Discussion in 'Star Trek - The Original & Animated Series' started by ItsGreen, Jun 21, 2010.
Anyone see this episode/clip? Any more info on this?
4 December 1967 (Season 1, Episode 12)
That's so logical!
Someone please tell me someone has got this on YouTube.
I couldn't find it...
I could not find a video clip anywhere.
I have watched the clip before. I thought it was posted by someone on this board. Try YouTube... use keywords like Carol Burnett, Leonard Nimoy, etc. Where did you find the image? Often you can use that to find others like it.
I did find this gem of a Carol Burnett TOS clip:
That was pretty damned funny!
Too dependent on cliched gender stereotypes, but interesting. The set included some things that looked like actual surviving pieces of the bridge, such as the upper back wall, or else an exceptionally faithful recreation (which is incongruous given how much was not faithful -- hence my thinking that maybe it's the real deal).
I'm surprised a sketch like that, with all the fondling, would've made it on the show. Maybe I never saw it because the more adult sketches were cut out for syndication.
The skit clip is from the brief 1991 revival.
^I wondered if it might be, since I didn't recognize any performers other than Burnett.
I did not see the clip, but how much original bridge would exist in 1991?
Oh man, that's pretty damn great. I watched that show all of the time, but I do not remember that LN was on it!
Other than some of the smaller blinky displays and the original command chair, not bloody much. However, there have been lots of replicas built over the decades, and more than enough reference material for anyone wishing to do a decent representation.
Has anyone found the clip online?
Maybe we should start pestering CBS.com...
Ahh, I was thinking "Man I don't remember anything quite like that on the old Carol Burnett Show".
I find it very hard to believe that shot is from 1991. Nimoy looked much older, thicker, and with poor posture in 1991. That looks like a 1960s episode. I think Burnett would have looked much older then, too.
I think they are talking about the clip referenced in Sector7's reply, not the one pictured in the OP.
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