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Episode
Number
Title
Production
Number
Rating
Description
56
Spock's Brain
61
Incapacitated by a strange woman, the Enterprise crew awake to find that she has run off with Spocks brain. In a race against time, Kirk must locate the missing grey matter and reunite it with its body. TOS makes it's entry for the 'Worst of Trek' award.
 
Writer(s) :
Lee Cronin
Director :
Marc Daniels
57
The Enterprise Incident
59

Apparently unhinged, Kirk orders the Enterprise directly into Romulan space. Quickly surrounded by Romulan battlecruisers, Spock must assume command - but he is falling under the spell of the Romulan commander, and may be about to turn over the Enterprise.
 
Writer(s) :
D.C. Fontana
Director :
John Meredyth Lucas
58
The Paradise Syndrome
58
As the Enterprise battles to prevent an asteroid from hitting a planet populated by primitive people, Kirk is marooned on the world with no memory of his identity.
 
Writer(s) :
Margaret Armen
Director :
Judd Taylor
59
And the Children Shall Lead
60
Investigating a remote outpost, the Enterprise finds a a group of children alive among the dead bodies of their parents. As the ship leaves it becomes clear that there is more to the children than meets the eye.
 
Writer(s) :
Edward J. Lakso
Director :
Marvin Chomsky
60
Is There in Truth no Beauty?
62
Transporting an ambassador of a species so hideously ugly that nobody can see one and remain sane, the Enterprise is thrown off course into the great barrier at the edge of the galaxy.
 
Writer(s) :
Gean Lisette Aroeste
Director :
Ralph Senensky
61
Spectre of the gun
56

Kirk, Spock, McCoy and Chekoc are kidnapped by the mysterious Melkotians and forced to re-enact the gunfight at the OK corral - with them on the loosing side.
 
Writer(s) :
Lee Cronin
Director :
Vincent McEveety
62
Day of the Dove
66


After picking up a group of Klingons who insist that the Federation has attacked them, the Enterprise crew finds themselves locked into perpetual bloody warfare under the control of a mysterious alien.
 
Writer(s) :
Jerome Bixby
Director :
Marvin Chomsky
63
For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky
65
As the Enterprise tracks a massive spacecraft on collision course with a planet, McCoy discovers that he has an incurable illness - and decides to spend his remaining time on board the ship. But it's run by an all-powerful computer, and you know how Kirk feels about those...
 
Writer(s) :
Rik Vollaerts
Director :
Tony Leader
64
The Tholian Web
64
Kirk is apparently killed when he is sucked into a pocket of unstable space. Spock must await a chance to rescue his friend, but the Tholians have other ideas.
 
Writer(s) :
Judy Burns
Chet Richards
Director :
Herb Wallerstein
65
Plato's Stepchildren
67
The Enterprise officers are forced to perform for the amusement of a group of aliens with superpowers. A bit silly, but some good acting. Features the first inter-racial kiss ever screened on US television.
 
Writer(s) :
Meyer Dolinsky
Director :
David Alexander
66
Wink of an Eye
68

After visiting an apparently deserted planet, strange things start happening on the Enterprise. Spock realises that there are intruders on board who can move at astonishing speeds, but not before they have kidnapped Kirk.
 
Writer(s) :
Lee Cronin
Director :
Judd Taylor
67
The Empath
63
Kirk, Spock and McCoy must endure torture at the hands of alien beings determined to test a mysterious empathic woman.
 
Writer(s) :
Joyce Muskat
Director :
John Erman
68
Elaan of Troyius
57

Kirk must transport an alien princess who is to be married to her bitter enemies in order to end a war - but she refuses point blank, and to make matters worse Klingons agents are trying to destroy his ship.
 
Writer(s) :
John Meredyth Lucas
Director :
John Meredyth Lucas
69
Whom Gods Destroy
71
Kirk must battle the insane Captain Garth, former Starfleet hero, who has siezed control of the mental facility which was treating him.
 
Writer(s) :
Lee Erwin
Jerry Sohl
Director :
Herb Vollerstein
70
Let that be Your Last Battlefield
70

The Enterprise is caught up in the struggle between an alien and the official who persues him - both possesed of inhuman powers and both utterly fanatical that they will prevail.
 
Writer(s) :
Lee Cronin
Director :
Judd Taylor
71
The Mark of Gideon
72
Kirk finds himself on a USS Enterprise deserted apart from a single woman.
 
Writer(s) :
George F. Slavin
Stanley Adams
Director :
Judd Taylor
72
That Which Survives
69
On a peculiar planet, the Enterprise must face a woman who can kill with a single touch.
 
Writer(s) :
Michael Richards
Director :
Herb Wallerstein
Episode
Number
Title
Production
Number
Rating
Description
73
The Lights of Zetar
73
Enterprise crewman Mira Romain is posessed by an alien being, and the crew must struggle to free her.
 
Writer(s) :
Jeremy Tarcher
Shari Lewis
Director :
Herb Kenwith
74
Requiem for Methuselah
76
Desperate to find the cure for a plague that threatens to wipe out the Enterprise crew, Kirk must deal with the enigmatic Flint and his beautiful sidekick, Rayna.
 
Writer(s) :
Jerome Bixby
Director :
Murray Golden
75
The Way to Eden
75
Kirk has to deal with space hippies who hijack his ship, determined to head for the mythical Eden. This basic idea was recycled as Star Trek V - and the episode is even worse than the film.
 
Writer(s) :
Michael Richards
Arthur Heinemann
Director :
David Alexander
76
The Cloudminders
74
In need of Zenite to stop a plauge, Kirk finds himself in the middle of a dispute between the elite of the planet Ardana and its supressed worker class.
 
Writer(s) :
David Gerrold
Oliver Crawford
Director :
Judd Taylor
77
The Savage Curtain
77
Abraham Lincoln appears in space before the Enterprise (!). He takes them to a planet where some of histories goodies and baddies must battle so that the rock-like Excalibans can study good and evil.
 
Writer(s) :
Gene Roddenberry
Director :
Herschel Daugherty
78
All our Yesterdays
78
The planet Sarpeidon is due to be destroyed by a supernova - but the inhabitants have mysteriously vanished apart from the librarian Mr Atoz. He uses a time machine to throw the Enterprise officers into the distant past.
 
Writer(s) :
Gene Lysette Aroeste
Director :
Marvin Chomsky
79
Turnabout Intruder
79

Kirk must fight to regain command of the Enterprise after an unbalanced woman uses an alien machine to swap their personalities.
 
Writer(s) :
Gene Rodenberry
Director :
Herb Wallerstein


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