It's a credit to the people involved with this series that they didn't feel the need to change Star Trek simply because they were doing it animated form. Others would have pandered to the younger viewers by having simplified stories with more visual gags and obnoxious sound effects; especially since this might have distracted viewers from limited movement in the animation. "One of Our Planets is Missing", like most of the episodes in this series, is Star Trek down to its core. Something dangerous is discovered, the crew of the Enterprise attempts to learn more about it, and reaching an understanding proves more effective than violence. That proves enough for a 24 minutes of entertainment.
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