Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Kes2370, Jul 10, 2011.
"Who Mourns for Adonais" (TOS)
"The Changeling" (TOS)
"The Nth Degree" - TNG
Ds9 Iner Anim silenece egis.
Dagger of the Mind
Geordi and Data's Excellent Adventure (aka Generations).
Enterprise "Fight or Flight" OK, appropriately prequel-ish. Liked the crew getting scanned.
TOS: Journey to Babel.
"Amok Time" (TOS)
VOY - "Dark Frontier"
ST "Where No Man Has Gone Before," "The Man Trap" and "Charlie X" Good characters and stories despite the silliness in the second.
Edit: Surprised Uhura referred to Spock having "Satan's guise" back then.
Good episodes, one and all. At that point in 1966 the producers and the network were still having fun at Spock's expense and making reference to his "Satanic" appearance, something hinted at even in NBC promotional materials printed and distributed at the time of the show's premiere.
It's an early growth pang of the series more than anything else, I suppose. In hindsight it doesn't sound flattering considering that canonically humans have known Vulcans for a smidge over 200 years at that point so their appearance shouldn't be so controversial or poke-worthy, but 1966 America wasn't used to a lead television character looking like that.
"The Apple" (TOS)
DS9 Changing face of evil
"Journey to Babel" TOS
"Journey to Babel(Remastered)" on tonight's MeTV episode.
I would think it would be controversial to say it at all at the time, let alone as a joke from a good character to another.
ST "The Naked Time," "The Enemy Within" (both OK) and "Mudd's Women" (disappointing), all felt a bit too stretched-out.
The Savage Curtain
The Royale - season 2 of TNG
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