The U.S.S. Enterprise again crosses paths
with Cyrano Jones, who this time has tribbles that
do not breed, but instead grow to a tremendous size.
- This episode was a sequel to David Gerrold's own Original STAR TREK series
episode "The Trouble with Tribbles."
- Unlike in the original STAR TREK series, the tribbles in this animated episode were
all the same color: pink.
- This episode's author, David Gerrold, also wrote another Animated STAR TREK episode
"Bem". He also wrote the script for the original STAR TREK series
episode "The Cloud Minders." David Gerrold recently said that both "Bem" and "More Troubles, More Tribbles" were originally written as possible
episodes for the original STAR TREK's third season. He said that Gene Roddenberry asked him to write the tribbles
sequel, but that it was dropped when the show changed management. In the mid-eighties, Mr. Gerrold helped Gene Roddenberry create
STAR TREK: The Next Generation.
- David Gerrold also voiced the character of Korax. Korax had originally appeared
in "The Trouble with Tribbles" and was played by Michael Pataki.
- Actor Stanley Adams
reprised his role of Cyrano Jones by providing the voice of the animated Cyrano Jones.
- The Klingon captain Koloth was seen in this episode and was originally seen in "The Trouble
with Tribbles." Koloth was played by
in the original series but was voiced by
James Doohan in animated form. William Campbell did later reprise his role of Koloth on the
STAR TREK: Deep Space Nine episode
- There is a page in this site that focuses on the Starfleet Cargo Drones
that were featured prominently in this episode.
- There is also a page devoted to the Scout Craft
used by Cyrano Jones' in this episode.
- The Klingon Battle Cruiser
seen in this episode is examined in detail on its own page in this site.
- There were two visual errors in this episode: In one scene, the elevator doors on the bridge
were shifted a little to the right.
(Picture showing elevator error, 35KB jpeg).
In a later brief scene, Captain
Koloth was mistakenly placed on the bridge instead of on the bridge's viewscreen.
(Picture showing this second error, 35KB jpeg).
- A VHS video tape containing "More Tribbles, More Troubles"
and "Infinite Vulcan" is available for purchase from
amazon.com, the online bookseller.
- "More Tribbles, More Troubles" was novelized by Alan Dean Foster in Star Trek Log Four
published by Ballantine Books in March 1975. Also novelized in the book was
"The Time Trap" and "The Terratin Incident".