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Episode
Number
Title
Production
Number
Rating
Description
30
Amok Time
34

Spock is driven to return home to Vulcan by the mysterious Pon Farr. But when Kirk violates orders to get him there, he finds himself in a fight to the death with his friend.
 
Writer(s) :
Theodore Sturgeon
Director :
Joseph Pevney
31
Who Mourns for Adonis?
33
A giant energy field in the shape of a hand drags the Enterprise to a meeting with the last of the Greek Gods. Apollo demands the worship of the crew, but Kirk isn't about to let anybody else get the worship around here...
 
Writer(s) :
Gilbert Ralston
Director :
Marc Daniels
32
The Changeling
37


The Enterprise encounters an immensely powerful alien probe determined to wipe out all life; but for some reason it thinks Kirk is its creator. The first Trek film is a virtual remake of this episode.
 
Writer(s) :
John Meredyth Lucas
Director :
Marc Daniels
33
Mirror, Mirror
39

A freak transporter accident throws Kirk and co. into a parallel universe where the Federation is an all conquering Empire, with the Enterprise as one of its most brutal enforcers.
 
Writer(s) :
Jerome Bixby
Director :
Marc Daniels
34
The Apple
38
Finding culture which has had peace for aeons, Kirk decides to destroy their computerized God in order to make them face up to life on their own.
 
Writer(s) :
Max Ehrlich
Director :
Joseph Pevney
35
The Doomsday Machine
35

When the Enterprise finds the USS Constellation dead in space, its Captain tells them of a huge machine which destroys planets for fuel. Kirk and Spock must stop the monster before it can reach a heavily inhabited area and kill millions.
 
Writer(s) :
Norman Spinrad
Director :
Marc Daniels
36
Catspaw
30
On a mission to Pytris III, Kirk Spock and bones find themselves assaulted by tremendously bad poetry. Things go from bad to worse as the mysterious Sylvia and Korob reveal that an invasion of the Federation is planned.
 
Writer(s) :
Robert Bloch
Director :
Joseph Pevney
37
I, Mudd
41

Harcourt Fenton Mudd returns as the leader of a planet of Androids. But he has tired of his rule and convinced his subjects that they need new new Humans to care for... the crew of the Enterprise.
 
Writer(s) :
Stephen Kandel
Director :
Marc Daniels
38
Metamorphosis
31
Crashed while transporting Assistant Federation Commissioner Hedford on a shuttlecraft, Kirk and co. meet Zephram Cochrane, famed inventor of Warp drive. He has been kept permanently young by a mysterious alien who has fallen in love with him. The alien wants to keep them there as company for Cochrane, but Hedford is ill and will die without treatment.
 
Writer(s) :
Gene L. Coon
Director :
Ralph Senensky
39
Journey to Babel
44


Transporting a group of diplomats, the Enterprise comes under attack by assassins within and Kirk is badly wounded. To make matters worse, an Orion ship is taking pot-shots at them as well.
 
Writer(s) :
D.C. Fontana
Director :
Joseph Pevney
40
Fridays Child
32
Kirk and Spock must negotiate with a primitive but fierce warrior race for mining rights on their planet - but a Klingon agent is present to complicate matters, and soon things turn violent.
 
Writer(s) :
D.C. Fontana
Director :
Joseph Pevney
41
The Deadly Years
40
Affected by a strange type of radiation which causes rapid ageing, Kirk is removed from command of the Enterprise. But his successor is an incompetent idiot who just might get them all killed.
 
Writer(s) :
David P. Harmon
Director :
Joseph Pevney
42
Obsession
47
Kirk must face an old enemy when a vampire-cloud-creature kills three men.
 
Writer(s) :
Art Wallace
Director :
Ralph Senensky
43
Wolf in the Fold
36


Argelius II is a planet dedicated to pleasure - but somebody is murdering the locals, and all the evidence points directly to Scotty.
 
Writer(s) :
Robert Bloch
Director :
Joseph Pevney
44
The Trouble With Tribbles
42

Ordered by a Federation diplomat to protect a shipment of wheat, Kirk must face Klingon spies - and a foe both more destructive and a great deal more furry...
 
Writer(s) :
David Gerrold
Director :
Joseph Pevney
Episode
Number
Title
Production
Number
Rating
Description
45
The Gamesters of Triskelion
46
Kidnapped by the mysterious Providers, Kirk Uhura and Chekov are to become gladiators performing for sport.
 
Writer(s) :
Margaret Armen
Director :
Gene Nelson
46
A Piece of the Action
49

Investigating a planet culturally contaminated by long ago starship visit, the Enterprise officers find an exact replica of 30's Chicago. Faced with gun toting mobsters, Kirk decides to fight fire with fire.
 
Writer(s) :
David P. Harmon
Director :
James Komack
47
The Immunity Syndrome
48
Investigating a mysterious energy draining region, the Enterprise finds a single celled being of colossal size. Can they stop it before it breeds and wipes out the entire galaxy? Of course they can! Great special effects for the time.
 
Writer(s) :
Robert Sabaroff
Director :
Joseph Pevney
48
A Private Little War
45

Tyrees planet was a tranquil paradise when Kirk visited thirteen years ago. But now the villagers are armed with muskets and determined to slaughter the hill people - and Kirk wants to start dishing out weapons to even things up.
 
Writer(s) :
Jud Crucis
Director :
Marc Daniels
49
Return to Tomorrow
51
Kirk, Spock and Dr Ann Mulhall agree to surrender their bodies to alien hosts for a time. But then the aliens don't want to leave.
 
Writer(s) :
John Kingsbridge
Director :
Ralph Senensky
50
Patterns of Force
52
The Enterprise crew find a planet where history is repeating itself as the Nazis run riot again.
 
Writer(s) :
John Meredyth Lucas
Director :
Vincent McEveety
51
By any Other Name
50

Aliens from the Andromeda galaxy hijack the Enterprise, reducing most of the crew to chemical blocks. Can the remaining officers use strong emotions to win the day?
 
Writer(s) :
Jerome Bixby
Director :
Marc Daniels
52
The Omega Glory
54


Kirk must deal with a Starship Captain who has taken sides in a war in order to secure the secret of immortality.
 
Writer(s) :
Gene Roddenberry
Director :
Vincent McEveety
53
The Ultimate Computer
53


Kirk must allow the famed Dr Daystrom to install a computer on the Enterprise which can do the jobs of almost the entire crew - including the Captain.
 
Writer(s) :
Laurence N. Wolfe
Director :
John Meredyth Lucas
54
Bread and Circuses
43
On another just-like-Earth planet, Kirk finds the Romans still in power and a Starship Captain assisting them.
 
Writer(s) :
Gene Roddenberry
Gene L. Coon
Director :
Ralph Senensky
55
Assignment : Earth
55

In the 1960's to do historical research, the Enterprise intercepts a Human named Gary Seven who has been transported to the planet by mysterious aliens. But is he there to help Humanity - or destroy it?
 
Writer(s) :
Gene Roddenberry
Art Wallace
Director :
Marc Daniels


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