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Star Trek Season 1 episodes

Operation: Annihilate! Season 1, Episode 29

A trip to Deneva reveals parasitic creatures have devastated the planet, driving the inhabitants insane---and one has infected Spock. Aurelan: Joan Swift. Peter: Craig Hundley. Kartan: Dave Armstrong. Zahra: Maurishka. Nurse Chapel: Majel Barrett. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. Kirk: William Shatner. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. read more

The City on the Edge of Forever Season 1, Episode 28

Harlan Ellison wrote this classic episode in which McCoy, delirious from the accidental ingestion of an experimental drug, leaps through a time portal to 1930s New York City with Kirk and Spock in pursuit, where their actions could affect the course of history. Edith: Joan Collins. Voice of the Guardian of Forever: Bartell LaRue. Scott: James Doohan. Uhura: Nichelle Nichols. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. read more

The Alternative Factor Season 1, Episode 27

Kirk's investigation of an energy force takes him to a planet where he encounters Lazarus (Robert Brown), who is actually two people---one sane, one insane---from parallel universes. Barstow: Richard Derr. Lt. Charlene Master: Janet McLaghien. Kirk: William Shatner. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. Uhura: Nichelle Nichols. read more

Errand of Mercy Season 1, Episode 26

A peace-loving race gives Kirk a lesson in warfare when they hesitate to interfere in a skirmish between the Federation and Klingons that threatens their planet. John Colicos reprised his role as the Klingon Kor in the “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” episodes “Blood Oath,” “Once More Into the Breach” and “The Sword of Kahless.” Ayelborne: John Abbott. Kor: John Colicos. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. Claymare: Peter Brocco. Sulu: George Takei. read more

Devil in the Dark Season 1, Episode 25

The Enterprise responds to a distress call from the crew on a mining colony who are being killed by a bizarre creature capable of moving through solid rock. Vanderberg: Ken Lynch. Horta: Janos Prohaska. Giotto: Barry Russo. Appel: Brad Weston. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Kirk: William Shatner. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. read more

This Side of Paradise Season 1, Episode 24

Kirk seeks an antidote to paradise when his crew deserts the Enterprise for a planet where colonists enjoy an idyllic existence, thanks to the tranquilizing effect of parasitic plant spores. Leila: Jill Ireland. Sandoval: Frank Overton. Leslie: Eddie Paskey. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Sulu: George Takei. Uhura: Nichelle Nichols. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. Kirk: William Shatner. read more

A Taste of Armageddon Season 1, Episode 23

Kirk finds his entire crew sentenced to death when the Enterprise is caught in the crossfire of a 500-year-old conflict in which computers decide who will live and who must die. Anan 7: David Opatoshu. Ambassador Fox: Gene Lyons. Mea 3: Barbara Babcock. Sar 6: Robert Sampson. Kirk: William Shatner. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. read more

Space Seed Season 1, Episode 22

A race of superhumans, created by genetic-engineering experiments in the 1990s, is discovered drifting in space, frozen for 200 years. Ricardo Montalban plays Khan Noonian Singh, a role he reprised in the 1982 movie “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan,” which was based on this episode. Marla: Madlyn Rhue. Helmsman Spinelli: Blaisdell Makee. Uhura: Nichelle Nichols. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Scotty: James Doohan. read more

The Return of the Archons Season 1, Episode 21

Kirk's search for survivors of a missing ship leads to a unique society ruled by Landru, where visitors are treated like infections, which must be absorbed or destroyed. Reger: Harry Townes. Marplon: Torin Thatcher. Tula: Brioni Farrell. First Lawgiver: Sid Haig. Tamar: John Lormer. Hacon: Morgan Farley. Lindstron: Christopher Held. Lt. O'Neil: Sean Morgan. Bilar: Ralph Morer. Guard: David L. Ross. Yeoman Tamura: Miko Mayama. read more

Court-martial Season 1, Episode 20

The Enterprise computer offers damaging evidence against Kirk, who has been brought to trial for criminal negligence in the death of crewman Ben Finney (Richard Webb). Portmaster Stone: Percy Rodriguez. Cogley: Elisha Cook Jr. Areel: Joan Marshall. Jamie Finney: Alice Rawlings. Kirk: William Shatner. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. read more

Tomorrow Is Yesterday Season 1, Episode 19

An accident sends the Enterprise back to the 1960s, where it's spotted and identified as a UFO, requiring Kirk to erase all evidence of the ship's journey before returning to his own era. Captain: Roger Perry. Sergeant: Hal Lynch. Col. Fellini: Ed Peck. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. Kirk: William Shatner. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Scotty: James Doohan. read more

Arena Season 1, Episode 18

The fate of the Enterprise hinges on the outcome of a duel between Kirk and the vicious, lizard-like commander of an alien spaceship. Metron: Carole Shelyne. Gorn Captain: Gary Coombes. Mr. Kelowitz: Grant Woods. O'Herlihy: Jerry Ayres. Mr. DePaul: Sean Kenney. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. Kirk: Willam Shatner. read more

The Squire of Gothos Season 1, Episode 17

On an uncharted planet, Kirk and his crew become the playthings of a spoiled, petulant being called Trelane (William Campbell) who is fascinated by his human toys. DeSalle: Michael Barrier. Jaeger: Richard Carlyle. Yeoman Ross: Venita Wolf. Kirk: William Shatner. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Uhura: Nichelle Nichols. read more

The Galileo Seven Season 1, Episode 16

When the shuttlecraft Galileo crash-lands on a hostile planet inhabited by angry giants, the crew members argue bitterly as Spock attempts a desperate ploy to be rescued. Boma: Don Marshall. Commissioner: John Crawford. Mears: Phyllis Douglas. Gaetano: Peter Marko. Latimer: Rees Vaughn. Scotty: James Doohan. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. Kirk: William Shatner. read more

Shore Leave Season 1, Episode 15

A rest-and-recreation stop is anything but restful when the crew sees living persons from their own pasts and a host of other unexplainable sights, including knights on horseback and Samurai warriors. Tonia: Emily Banks. Alice: Marsha Brown. Caretaker: Oliver McGowan. Lt. Rodriguez: Perry Lopez. Finnegan: Bruce Mars. Ruth: Shirley Bonne. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Sulu: George Takei. Kirk: William Shatner. read more

Balance of Terror Season 1, Episode 14

Kirk matches wits with a Romulan Commander (Mark Lenard) as the Enterprise chases a cloaked Romulan ship, which destroyed four Federation outposts, into the Neutral Zone. Centurion: John Warburton. Decius: Lawrence Montaigne. Yeoman Rand: Grace Lee Whitney. Stiles: Paul Comi. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. Kirk: William Shatner. Uhura: Nichelle Nichols. read more

The Conscience of the King Season 1, Episode 13

Kirk treads the fine line between justice and vengeance as he investigates a claim that one of his passengers is Kodos, a man who slaughtered 4000 people years earlier. Karidian: Arnold Moss. Lenore: Barbara Anderson. Dr. Leighton: William Sargent. Lt. Riley: Bruce Hyde. Yeoman Rand: Grace Lee Whitney. King Duncan: Carl Bruck. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. read more

The Menagerie Season 1, Episode 12

Conclusion. Spock conducts his own defense against a mutiny charge, offering a startling reenactment (with footage from the series' original pilot) of his former commander's visit to a forbidden planet. Pike: Jeffrey Hunter. Vina: Susan Oliver. Kirk: William Shatner. Mendez: Malachi Throne. Injured Pike: Sean Kenney. Miss Piper: Julie Parrish. read more

The Menagerie Season 1, Episode 11

Part 1 of two. Spock acts mysteriously when he kidnaps a former captain (Jeffrey Hunter) of the Enterprise and sets the ship's controls to a forbidden planet, resulting in Spock being put on trial for a court martial. This episode uses footage from the series pilot, titled “The Cage.” Vina: Susan Oliver. Commodore Mendez: Malachi Throne. Injured Pike: Sean Kenney. Miss Piper: Julie Parrish. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. Kirk: William Shatner. read more

The Corbomite Maneuver Season 1, Episode 10

Kirk uses a desperate gamble---the corbomite maneuver---to save the Enterprise from destruction at the hands of Balok, a mysterious alien who accuses him of trespassing. This episode introduced the characters of Dr. McCoy and Yeoman Rand. Balok: Clint Howard. Bailey: Anthony Call. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. Dr. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Yeoman Rand: Grace Lee Whitney. read more

Dagger of the Mind Season 1, Episode 9

The inspection of the Tantalus Penal Colony results in the discovery of dangerous experiments on the inmates and staff, being performed by the colony's director. Adams: James Gregory. Helen: Mariana Hill. Van Gelder: Morgan Woodward. Kirk: William Shatner. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Uhura: Nichelle Nichols. read more

Miri Season 1, Episode 8

Kirk, Spock, McCoy and Yeoman Rand arrive on a planet resembling Earth in the 1960s and discover it has been ravaged by a genetically engineered virus that kills adults and extends childhood. Many of the children who appear in this episode are William Shatner's, Gene Roddenberry's and director Vincent McEveety's actual children. Miri: Kim Darby. Jahn: Michael J. Pollard. Fat Boy: John Megna. Kirk: William Shatner. read more

What Are Little Girls Made Of? Season 1, Episode 7

Kirk finds the long-missing Dr. Corby still alive on a frigid planet, where Kirk becomes a guinea pig in Corby's mad experiment to create a civilization of obedient androids. Corby: Michael Strong. Ruk: Ted Cassidy. Dr. Brown: Harry Basch. Matthews: Vince Dedrick. Rayburn: Budd Albright. Andrea: Sherry Jackson. Nurse Chapel: Majel Barrett. Kirk: William Shatner. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. Written by Robert Bloch. read more

Mudd's Women Season 1, Episode 6

The Enterprise rescues Harry Mudd and three beautiful women at the expense of the dilithium supply, so they head to the nearest mining planet where Mudd plans to trade the women for fuel. Eve: Karen Steele. Magda: Susan Denberg. Ruth: Maggie Thrett. Ben: Gene Dynarski. Kirk: William Shatner. Written by Robert Bloch. read more

The Enemy Within Season 1, Episode 5

A transporter malfunction results in two separate Capt. Kirks---one, meek and indecisive, the other, violent and animalistic. Meanwhile, a landing party is stranded on a frozen planet. In this episode, McCoy first utters the phrase “He's dead, Jim.” Fisher: Edward Madden. Lt. Farrell: Jim Goodwin. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. Sulu: George Takei. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Written by Richard Matheson. read more

The Naked Time Season 1, Episode 4

A highly communicable virus is accidentally brought aboard by a crewman and spreads rapidly through the ranks, driving the crew into unique forms of madness. This episode introduced the Nurse Chapel character, played by Majel Barrett. Barrett went on to recurring roles in spin-off series, including "Star Trek: The Next Generation," and married series creator Gene Roddenberry. Tormolen: Stewart Moss. Riley: Bruce Hyde. Dr. Harrison: John Bellah. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. Uhura: Nichelle Nichols. read more

Where No Man Has Gone Before Season 1, Episode 3

On a probe beyond the galaxy, the Enterprise encounters an unknown force that transforms two crew members into superior beings determined to take over the ship. Mitchell: Gary Lockwood. Elizabeth: Sally Kellerman. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. Scott: James Doohan. Kirk: William Shatner. read more

Charlie X Season 1, Episode 2

Spock is suspicious of a space orphan who claims he was the only survivor of a spaceship crash---and managed on his own for 14 years. Charlie: Robert Walker Jr. Capt. Ramart: Charles J. Stewart. Janice: Grace Lee Whitney. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Kirk: William Shatner. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. read more

The Man Trap Season 1, Episode 1

Kirk and McCoy find trouble when a stop on planet M-113 for the annual medical checkup of two archaeologists reveals strange inconsistencies. Nancy: Jeanne Bal. Crater: Alfred Ryder. Crewman Green: Bruce Watson. Crewman Darnell: Michael Zaslow. Blonde Nancy: Francine Pine. M-113 Creature: Sharon Gimpel. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Uhura: Nichelle Nichols. Kirk: William Shatner. read more

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Premiered: September 08, 1966, on NBC
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Premise: Capt. Kirk, Mr. Spock, Dr. McCoy and the USS Enterprise crew seek out new civilizations in this seminal sci-fi series. The ship's five-year mission may have only lasted three seasons on NBC, but its impact has proved timeless. By the 1970s, its rabid fans---dubbed Trekkers---turned the show into a pop-culture phenomenon and syndication juggernaut that yielded a merchandising boom, a number of hit sequel and prequel spin-off TV series, a successful movie franchise and even a children's cartoon.

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