The Galactic Journey through (current) Trek continues! The Fall season has started, so we're getting all kinds of Trek guests traipsing through other shows. This week's episode of Mission: Impossible was particularly noteworthy. As you know, M:I and Trek are sister shows, and never has that been more apparent than the 67-09-17 episode: First, we have Mark Lenard, as Jaime Cohenez, brown-facing it up to play a Latin colonel. Then we have the Cestus III base with Vasquez Rocks peeping in the background. Beyond that, the score by Gerald Fried sounds like two Trek scores put together (mostly "Amok Time", which he probably composed around the same time). It's distractingly Trekkish. It makes me wonder why the fan Trek shows that use Trek library music, to the point where it gets a bit stale, don't raid other contemporary scores by Fried and Steiner to considerably expand the library at their disposal.