-1

There have been numerous instances in Star Trek where characters have been duplicated: by cloning, transporter accidents, holograms, alternate universes, imposters, and so on. Which characters have met their own duplicate?

For the purposes of this question:

  • Star Trek refers to any of its television series or movies. So the Animated Series counts, but comic books do not.
  • "Met" means being in the same room (or an equivalent proximity). Seeing each other on viewscreens does not count. Simultaneously swapping places does not count.
  • "Duplicate" is another entity played by the same actor, who could be reasonably be mistaken for the original character. So Data and Lore count, but Data and Dr. Soong do not count.
  • Please identify the episode or movie.

closed as off-topic by KutuluMike, fez, TheLethalCarrot, Valorum, Sekhemty Sep 29 '18 at 12:48

This question appears to be off-topic. The users who voted to close gave this specific reason:

  • "Requests for lists of works or recommendations are off-topic as they do not fit our questions and answers format. Feel free to ask about people's favorites in chat." – KutuluMike, fez, TheLethalCarrot, Valorum, Sekhemty
If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the help center, please edit the question.

  • 3
    It's an interesting question, but how will you choose which answer to accept if they can't be comprehensive? – Gaultheria Sep 29 '18 at 3:57
  • @Gaultheria: Not all questions necessarily have a "best" answer. However, you and I and everyone else can upvote good answers. – DrSheldon Sep 29 '18 at 5:01
  • 3
    The usual format for this kind of question would be for an answer to provide all the cases in one answer. – ThePopMachine Sep 29 '18 at 6:09
  • 8
    Insisting that people limit themselves to a single example is contrary to the state goal of the site to have comprehensive single answers. – Valorum Sep 29 '18 at 7:53
  • 1
    Voted to leave open, but as my two above neighbours pointed out, one example per answer isn't a great format. There are already six answers as of now; reading would be easier in one answer. If you're afraid of some kind of rep-gaming, Community Wiki seems like a good way to go. – Jenayah Sep 29 '18 at 11:43
3

William Riker met his transporter duplicate, Thomas Riker (TNG: Season 6 Episode 24, "Second Chances")

3

Captain Picard meets (and possibly kills) his duplicate in “Time Squared.”

3

Janeway

Episode 21, season 2 - "Deadlock" (Star Trek": Voyager)

In fact the whole team of Voyager had their doubles in the episode, but not all of them met each other.

Fun fact: Kim was swapped with his double in the episode, which means in all the future episodes Kim is not the same Kim anymore, but it does not bother anyone.

  • 1
    Note that Samantha Wildman's child also replaced the baby who died in the duplicate crew. – Foxy Sep 29 '18 at 8:41
  • Rumor has it that Captain Janeway had plans to promote the "real" Harry Kim. The imposter? Not a chance. He's a permanent ensign, no matter what. – Ham Sandwich Sep 29 '18 at 20:50
2

Does the Doctor from Voyager meeting his creator Dr Zimmerman also count? (Episode "Life Line" of Star Trek: Voyager)

1

In the original series, Captain Kirk was "split" by a transporter malfunction into two versions of himself, which met and conflicted, and eventually merged in "The Enemy Witin."

0

I might as well post the example I put in the question:

Data and his brother Lore (TNG: Datalore, Brothers, Descent part I and II).

Now post your own answer!

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.