iTunes must use the same guy as IMDB. Why is the Venus probe top secret? What do they know about Venus? What are they keeping from us?! Clark is still adjusting from print to broadcasting. Makes me wonder if the Daily Planet is a streaming service or something now. To avoid fatalities? Wasn't that a Far Side cartoon? He can afford an android factory, but he has to use a pay phone to contact the Super Friends? At least he's not an eco-terrorist, but every villain on this show is trying to save the world. Their super power is mastering obscure, complex technology in seconds. Sure, now that he's in custody. These guys are all alike. Mad Scientists seldom make good use of their technology. Why not put his androids to work helping people, or license the technology and use the profits to support charities? It would have been funny if it arrived all beat up, like Elon's Roadster, and just fell apart. Apparently all scientific knowledge was lost in WWIII. In a deleted scene, Kirk, Spock, and McCoy sample Orion Hurricanes before reporting to the bridge. Commander Straker? That was a rather amazing re-interpretation of Christian mythology for a Saturday morning cartoon. And, like previous episodes, it drew on TOS tropes, such as the witchy time period in "All Our Yesterdays" and the acquiring of the antagonist's superpowers in "Plato's Stepchildren." That's either an indication that Chet and the guys are better friends than it would seem, or else an awkward way to get Chet involved in the plot. What?! "This is an urgent care center! You can't just walk right in!" Those lights over Early's head look kind of Sick Bay-ish. Backdoor pilot: Hippie Doc and the Square Nurse. In reality, he never completed his residency because of the drug charges and had to settle for where they were too desperate to care (sadly, a joke based on a true story). Do we ever find out what happened to this bunch? No cutting open the wound and sucking out the venom? Indeed, this seems like a pretty exciting episode all around. This kind of triggers a vague memory that this approach was a thing at the time. I remember this. Word gets around. Sigh. I'm not Capping this either. And yet he will never be seen again, as far as I know. Which is too bad. It would have been an interesting ongoing plot. My two favorite things. I remember a short story back in the 80s, which I'm 99% sure was in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, about a guy who orchestrated a Beatles reunion, using an AI hologram of John to fill out the quartet. Once again, real life catches up to fiction.