In “The Naked Time,” Enterprise crew members begin acting strangely…because sweat?
In Where No Man Has Gone Before, two crew members acquire god-like abilities.
In Charlie X, the crew of the Enterprise picks up an “unusual” passenger who assaults Yeoman Rand and can make people disappear with his mind.
Did you miss me?
In “The Man Trap,” the crew of the Enterprise faces off against an alien who needs salt to survive.
“The Cage” was originally intended to be the pilot episode of Star Trek: The Original Series. However, the network refused it and ordered a new one.
Before I start my series of reviews of Star Trek: TOS, here is a brief summery of what I know of the series off the top of my head. Considering I’ve already seen a few episodes, I would’ve thought I’d know more.
I don’t know if it was my history background or what, but there was a period of my life when I looked down on historical fiction. I’m not proud of that fact, but there it is. It wasn’t until I discovered science fiction that I began to appreciate historical fiction for what it is.
I don’t know how many people will be online on this holiday, but just in case, I wanted to take a moment to tell you about what I’m planning to do with She Treks. Spoiler: it involves watching lots of Star Trek.