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William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk
Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock
DeForrest Kelley as Dr. Leonard McCoy
James Doohan as Lieutenant Commander Montgomery Scott
George Takei as Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu
Nichelle Nichols as Lieutenant Nyota Uhura
Majel Barrett as Nurse Christine Chapel


James Doohan as Lieutenant Arex
Majel Barrett as Lieutenant M'Ress
Roger C. Carmel as Harry Mudd

Episode 1 - Beyond the Farthest Star

Stardate 5221.3
A formless, malevolent entity takes control of the Enterprise, but Kirk lures it into an imploded star mass to save the crew and civilization.

Episode 2 - Yesteryear

Stardate 5373.4
After a mission involving the Guardian of Forever, no one recognizes Spock, who must journey into the past to save his own life during a Vulcan coming of age ritual.

Episode 3 - One of Our Planets Is Missing

Stardate 5371.3
When a huge cosmic cloud that ingests planets is intercepted by the Enterprise, Spock tries a mindmeld to convince it to stop harming inhabited worlds.

Episode 4 - The Lorelei Signal

Stardate 5483.7
The Enterprise visits a planet where a race of seductive women suck the lifeforce out of men to remain alive; Uhura and an all-female landing party must rescue the rapidly degenerating male crewmembers.

Episode 5 - More Tribbles, More Troubles

Stardate 5392.4
The Enterprise rescues Cyrano Jones and a new breed of tribbles which get enormous instead of reproducing, but Jones has stolen a tribble predator from a ship of angry Klingons who want it back.

Episode 6 - The Survivor

Stardate 5143.3
A shapeshifter encountered by the Enterprise assumes the shape of a missing philanthropist in order to carry out a spy mission for the Romulans.

Episode 7 - The Infinite Vulcan

Stardate 5554.4
A cloned giant from the Eugenics Wars wants to clone Spock in his own image as a galactic peacemaker.

Episode 8 - The Magicks of Megas-Tu

Stardate 1254.4
The Enterprise enters a realm where magic has more power than technology, and the crew meets an alien who was the basis for human myths about Satan.

Episode 9 - Once Upon A Planet

Stardate 5591.2
The crew returns to the planet it visited in "Shore Leave," only to find that the benign Keeper is dead and the computer, resenting its role as pleasure servant, has made fantasy run amok.

Episode 10 - Mudd's Passion

Stardate 4978.5
Kirk rescues Harry Mudd from a group of miners to whom he sold a fake love potion, but no one is more surprised than Mudd when the potion turns out to be effective after Nurse Chapel uses it on Spock.

Episode 11 - The Terratin Incident

Stardate 5577.3
Everyone on the Enterprise begins to shrink after being hit by an energy bolt, and the crew discovers a lost Earth colony in miniature.

Episode 12 - The Time Trap

Stardate 5267.2
The Enterprise is trapped in the Delta Triangle with a Klingon ship, where they find a graveyard of other vessels and their crews all living in harmony.

Episode 13 - The Ambergris Element

Stardate 5499.9
On an unstable planet which is covered almost completely by oceans, Kirk and Spock are turned into water-breathing Aquans, a race prejudiced against land-dwellers.

Episode 14 - The Slaver Weapon

Stardate 4187.3
Enterprise crewmembers are taken hostile by the Kzin, a dangerous race trying to collect the ancient technology of the Slavers.

Episode 15 - The Eye of the Beholder

Stardate 5501.2
A landing party is imprisoned in a zoo by giant slug-like creatures who do not believe that the Enterprise crewmembers are intelligent.

Episode 16 - The Jihad

Stardate 5683.1
An ancient race of spacefarers asks Kirk and Spock to help them prevent a holy war by retrieving the soul of a dead peacemaker.

Episode 17 - The Pirates of Orion

Stardate 6334.1
Spock contracts an illness fatal to Vulcans, but the treatment is stolen by Orion pirates.

Episode 18 - Bem

Stardate 7403.6
Visiting Commander Bem is imprisoned, and Kirk is threatened by a local god when he tries to rescue him.

Episode 19 - The Practical Joker

Stardate 3183.3
After the Enterprise passes through an energy cloud, the ship is plagued by perforated drinking glasses and eyepieces which give viewers black eyes - while being pursued by Romulans.

Episode 20 - Albatross

Stardate 5275.6
Dr. McCoy is arrested and charged with causing a plague on a planet he visited nineteen years earlier, and the Enterprise crew contracts the illness while looking for evidence to use in his defense.

Episode 21 - How Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth

Stardate 6063.4
An ancient alien astronaut who visited Earth centuries before and was worshipped as a god takes Kirk as a specimen for a collection of species he's affected.

Episode 22 - The Counter-Clock Incident

Stardate 6770.3
When Robert April, the Enterprise's first captain, and his wife travel aboard the ship to his retirement ceremony, the crew is pulled into a universe where time works backwards, and they become children. Because of his age, April remains an adult longer than the rest, and must assume command.

Read a brief review of the entire series on DVD at The Trek Nation.



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