Cadmar. (James Doohan) Male member of The Ruling Tribune of the Aquans. (The Ambergris Element. [TAS]).

Cait. This was the home planet of Lieutenant, M'Ress. (The Survivor. [TAS]). This is not established in the scripts but comes from a Lincoln Enterprise's biography.

Canopus III. The dinosaur-like creature found on Lactra VII was like those on Canopus III. (The Eye of the Beholder. [TAS]).

Capella IV.* Sarah April was carrying a flower from this planet when she came onto the Enterprise's bridge. It had only a few hours lifespan. When it started to regenerate, coinciding with Spock finding the ship's chronometers going backwards, it was realised the ship was in a reverse universe. (The Counter-Clock Incident. [TAS]).

Capellan power-cat. Giant cat in Kulkukan's zoo that he caught when it was young. A native of Capella IV. It could not normally be kept in captivity and discharged 2000 volts when touched. When the Enterprise crewmembers freed it, it set loose other animals in the zoo. Kirk was briefly caught by the charge from the cat when tranquillising it. (How Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth. [TAS]).

Caretaker.* Also known as the Keeper. Since the Enterprise's last visit he had died. His death was recorded on a gravestone. The inscription read "LAST OF HIS RACE. CEASED TO FUNCTION, FIFTH DAY OF THE TWELTH WEEK, YEAR 7009 OF THIS PLANET". Meanwhile the planet's amusement park computer was out of control. (Once Upon a Planet. [TAS]) Actually called the 'Keeper' in this episode not as credited in Shore Leave. [TOS]

Carver, Ensign. (James Doohan) He was a member of landing party on Taurus II and aged when the headband fitted by the Taurean settlers drained his energy. (The Lorelei Signal. [TAS]).

cat, large. A giant cat appears at the mouth of the cave into which the landing party have been chased when Spock suggests the planet is playing cat and mouse with them. (Once Upon a Planet. [TAS]) .

Cepheus. Star with a single Class-M planet of crystalline structure that was the source of radio signals containing the word Terratin. The planet and was rich in dilithium and was about to be destroyed by volcanic activity. (The Terratin Incident. [TAS]).

Cerberus. Planet saved from starvation by wealth of Carter Winston. Joanna McCoy was at school there at the time. (The Survivor. [TAS]).

Chapel, Christine.* In 2269 she was appointed acting Chief Medical Officer when Uhura took command of the Enterprise. The ageing Spock was able to telepathically communicate with her when she was part of the rescue party. This led to his location. (The Lorelei Signal. [TAS]). Mudd tempted her with a love crystal to use on Spock. Initially she took it purely for analysis but then tried it out, apparently at first with no effect on Spock. Mudd stole her Enterprise identity card, on which he put his own photo, so that he had access around the ship. Her rank is shown as Lieutenant and the identification numbers are NI-596, MT212 and 12 M. When she confronted Mudd about the apparently ineffectual crystals, he tricked her and took her hostage and escaped from the Enterprise to a nearby planet where he planned to abandon her. (Mudd's Passion. [TAS]). As her body shrank, it was her bracelet that provided the first clue to problem afflicting the Enterprise crew. Kirk rescued her after she fell into the halo fish tank when retrieving the microscope laser to heal Sulu's broken leg. (The Terratin Incident. [TAS]). With McCoy donned life support belts to join the mutated Kirk and Spock in the Enterprise water tank. (The Ambergris Element. [TAS]).

cheese-on-rye, grilled. Toasted sandwich. Ordered by Scott, at which point the energy field affected computer caused the food slot to dispense everything. (The Practical Joker. [TAS]).

choriocytosis. Illness that afflicted the crew of the Enterprise in 2270. Now no more serious than pneumonia except to Vulcans. (The Pirates of Orion. [TAS]).

Chuft Captain. (James Doohan) Renegade captain of the Kzinti police space vehicle, Traitor's Claw.. Spock kicked him breaking two of his ribs. The Slaver weapon killed him. (The Slaver Weapon. [TAS]).

Clayton, Lieutenant. (James Doohan) Pilot of the aquashuttle who was transported from the planet and then joined the rescue party. (The Ambergris Element. [TAS]).

communicator.* Spock made a miniature one for Kirk when he beamed down to Cepheus. After Kirk used it to report his height had been restored, it was lost in a lava flow. (The Terratin Incident. [TAS]). When the Starfleet personnel concentrated on their need for a communicator a young Lactran was beamed aboard the Enterprise when carrying it to them. (The Eye of the Beholder. [TAS]). Two communicators were strapped together by Spock in order to contact the Delta Theta III entity. (Bem. [TAS]).

Copernicus, shuttlecraft. New design in 2269, registry number NCC-1701/10, attached to U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701. When being used by Spock, Sulu and Uhura to transport a stasis box to Starbase 25 it landed on Beta Lyrae to trace another box. (The Slaver Weapon. [TAS]). Presumably a forerunner of the shuttle used in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier.

Coridan.* The Coridan planets affair threw into doubt Orion's neutrality. (The Pirates of Orion. [TAS]). Presumably this referred to the illegal mining of dilithium on Coridan and the Orion's attempt to thwart Coridan's admission to the Federation at the Babel Conference in Journey to Babel. [TOS].

cortropine. Strong stimulant administered to the ageing landing party. (The Lorelei Signal. [TAS]).

cosmic being. (Voiced by Majel Barrett) Giant intelligent cosmic cloud made of matter and energy from beyond the galaxy that consumes matter. It was 800,000 kilometres across and half that in depth. It devoured Alondra and changed course for Mantilles and enveloped the Enterprise. It agreed to return to its origin after a Vulcan mind-meld with Spock. (One of Our Planets Is Missing. [TAS]).

"Counter-Clock Incident, The." Animated Series episode #23. Written by John Culver. Directed by Bill Reed. Stardate 6770.3. First aired in 1974. While transporting Commodore Robert April, the U.S.S. Enterprise's first captain, and his wife to Babel, the Enterprise plunges through a nova and into an alternate universe where everything is backwards, and the crew begins to grow younger at an accelerated rate. GUEST CAST: James Doohan as Arex, Lieutenant, April, Captain Robert T. and Karl Four; Nichelle Nichols as April, Dr. Sarah and Karla Five. SEE: Amphion; April, Captain Robert T.; April, Dr. Sarah; Arret; Babel; Beta Niobe; Capella IV; dead star; Enterprise, U.S.S.; Karl Four; Karla Five's ship; Karla Five; Minara; reverse universe; Spock; transporter. universal translator.

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cusec. Taurean settler's measure of distance. The urn in which three members of the landing party were drowning was located many cusecs away. (The Lorelei Signal. [TAS]).

cutter beams. Used by an engineer to free Scott from the engineering core. (Beyond the Farthest Star. [TAS]).

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