Just finished watching The Enemy Within, and although I must have seen it hundreds of times, I did gain some new insights/perspectives this time around, contextualized with contemporary Trek. For example: 1. The fight between Good and Evil Kirk in engineering showcases much more of the space then we usually see. They're on the opposite site of the horizontal intermix tube, and it gives the room a much grander scale. Not quite what we see in Discovery, but more than the small room we usually get. Also, this fight scene reminded me of the fight with Karl on the roof in Die Hard. 2. The decor in Rand's room is, in retrospect, reminiscent of what we see in Picard: present-day objects (combs, dressers, mirrors, painting easel, etc...) grounding the look of the future. Kinda like Dahj's apartment. Humans are still human, even in the 23rd century. 3. It seems like Spock totally sexually harasses Rand in the final scene: SPOCK: The, er, impostor had some interesting qualities, wouldn't you say, Yeoman? He should be reprimanded! Interesting that that slipped by the censors (or I suppose in the 60s, it was commonplace). Anyone else have retroactive observations about this or other episodes?