Widely hailed as the greatest Star Trek episode ever made. Watched it yesterday for the first time in years, and was actually pretty disappointed.
Not a patch on Balance of Terror, The Enemy Within to name but two.
I think my disappointment centres on the Edith Keeler character and my pathological hatred for Joan Collins. The story was essentially good but to me it just seemed like an excuse to use those old Depression type wornout clothes they had lying around on the studio lot.
Probably the best outing that DeForrest Kelley had as McCoy, but that apart it was a bit of a let down to me.