Star Trek Episodes

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Star Trek Season 2 episodes

Assignment: Earth Season 2, Episode 26

The Enterprise travels into the past to observe Cold War-era Earth, where the crew encounters the enigmatic Gary Seven (Robert Lansing), who claims to be on a mission to save the planet. Roberta: Teri Garr. Sergeant: Lincoln Demyan. Nesvig: Morgan Jones. Cromwell: Don Keefer. Kirk: William Shatner. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. read more

Bread and Circuses Season 2, Episode 25

Kirk, Spock and McCoy are forced into fierce gladiatorial combat by a traitorous starship captain on a planet where a savage Roman Empire uses 20th-century technology. Merik: William Smithers. Claudius: Logan Ramsey. Septimus: Ian Wolfe. Flavius: Rhodes Reason. Drusilla: Louise Jewell. Policeman: William Bramley. Maximus: Max Kleven. Master of Games: Jack Perkins. read more

The Ultimate Computer Season 2, Episode 24

The M-5 computer, an experimental unit capable of running a starship by itself, is installed in the Enterprise and given a trial run during war games---at which point it decides they are no longer games. Dr. Daystrom: William Marshall. Wesley: Barry Russo. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. Kirk: William Shatner. Chekov: Walter Koenig. Uhura: Nichelle Nichols. Sulu: George Takei. read more

The Omega Glory Season 2, Episode 23

A Starfleet captain (Morgan Woodward) violates the Prime Directive by using Federation technology to protect a primitive tribe called the Kohms from barbarians called the Yangs. Written by Gene Roddenberry. Cloud William: Roy Jenson. Sirah: Irene Kelly. Marak Scholar: Morgan Farley. Lt. Galloway: David L. Ross. Wu: Lloyd Kino. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. read more

By Any Other Name Season 2, Episode 22

Kirk tries to outwit aliens who have seized the Enterprise and assumed human form by appealing to their newly acquired human senses---and desires. Rojan: Warren Stevens. Kelinda: Barbara Bouchet. Hanar: Stewart Moss. Drea: Lezlie Dalton. Tomar: Robert Fortier. Lt. Thompson: Julie Cobb. Nurse Chapel: Majel Barrett. Scotty: James Doohan. read more

Patterns of Force Season 2, Episode 21

While searching for a former Star Fleet professor, the Enterprise finds that he has created a culture patterned after Nazi Germany---and is about to declare war on his planet's neighbors. Gill: David Brian. Melakon: Skip Homeier. Isak: Richard Evans. Daras: Valora Noland. Abrom: William Wintersole. Eneg: Patrick Horgan. SS Lt.: Ralph Maurer. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Kirk: William Shatner. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. read more

Return to Tomorrow Season 2, Episode 20

An experimental transplant between formless, telepathic creatures and members of the Enterprise crew works well until the creature in Spock's body elects to keep its new form. Ann: Diana Muldaur. Kirk: William Shatner. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Nurse Chapel: Majel Barrett. Scotty: James Doohan. Sulu: George Takei. Uhura: Nichelle Nichols. read more

A Private Little War Season 2, Episode 19

Kirk takes steps to restore the status quo on a primitive planet, where the Klingons are secretly escalating the weapons technology among rival tribes. Nona: Nancy Kovack. Dr. M'Benga: Booker Marshall. Krell: Ned Romero. Tyree: Michael Witney. Yutan: Gary Pillar. Scott: James Doohan. Uhura: Nichelle Nichols. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. Chekov: Walter Koenig. read more

The Immunity Syndrome Season 2, Episode 18

The Enterprise becomes an antibody to penetrate an energy-draining invader resembling a giant amoeba that has annihilated a star system---and is about to reproduce. Lt. Kyle: John Winston. Kirk: William Shatner. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Scott: James Doohan. Chekov: Walter Koenig. Uhura: Nichelle Nichols. read more

A Piece of the Action Season 2, Episode 17

Kirk and his boys come on like gangbusters when they visit a planet with a culture patterned after Chicago's gangland society of the 1920s. Krako: Victor Tayback. Bela: Anthony Caruso. Zabo: Steve Marlo. Girl No. 1: Dyanne Thorne. Tepo: John Harmon. Kalo: Lee Delano. Scott: James Doohan. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Capt. Kirk: William Shatner. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. Chekov: Walter Koenig. read more

The Gamesters of Triskelion Season 2, Episode 16

Kirk, Uhura and Chekov find themselves on the planet Triskelion, where they are trained to fight to the death for the amusement of the planet's rulers. Shahna: Angelique Pettyjohn. Galt: Joseph Ruskin. Lars: Steve Sandor. Jana: Victoria George. read more

The Trouble with Tribbles Season 2, Episode 15

Kirk, assigned to protect a grain shipment, finds that he has trouble with "tribbles": balls of purring fluff that live on grainand are incredibly prolific.William Campbell reprised his role as the Klingon Koloth in an episode of "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine." Baris: William Schallert.Arne Darvin: Charlie Brill. Jones: Stanley Adams.Koloth: William Campbell. Admiral Fitzpatrick: Michael Pataki. Mr. Lurry: Whit Bissell. Ens. Freeman: Ed Reimers.McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Spock: Leonard Nimoy read more

A Wolf in the Fold Season 2, Episode 14

When a latter-day Jack the Ripper terrorizes a crime-free planet, evidence points to chief engineer Scott, whose fingerprints are on the murder weapon. Hengist: John Fiedler. Sybo: Pilar Seurat. Jaris: Charles Macaulay. Tark: Joseph Bernard. Morla: Charles Dierkop. Yeoman Tankris: Judy McConnell. Written by Robert Bloch. read more

Obsession Season 2, Episode 13

For the second time in his Starfleet career, Kirk encounters a cloud-like creature that drains humans of red blood cells, and decides this time to pursue and destroy the creature---no matter what the cost. Garrovick: Stephen Brooks. Rizzo: Jerry Ayres. Nurse Chapel: Majel Barrett. Kirk: William Shatner. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. McCoy: DeForest Kelly. read more

The Deadly Years Season 2, Episode 12

The crew of the Enterprise contracts a strange disease that causes rapidly accelerated aging---leaving the inexperienced Capt. Stocker in charge. Then he blunders into a Romulan attack. Stocker: Charles Drake. Dr. Wallace: Sarah Marshall. Arlene Galway: Beverly Washburn. Robert Johnson: Felix Locher. Yeoman Atkins: Carolyn Nelson. Nurse Chapel: Majel Barrett. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Chekov: Walter Koenig. Scott: James Doohan. read more

Friday's Child Season 2, Episode 11

While negotiating a mining treaty on Capella IV, Kirk runs afoul of Klingon subterfuge and a rebellion among the planet's people that jeopardizes the lives of the landing party. Eleen: Julie Newmar. Kras: Tige Andrews. Maab: Michael Dante. Keel: Cal Bolder. Akaar: Ben Gage. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Kirk: William Shatner. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. read more

Journey to Babel Season 2, Episode 10

While the Enterprise transports delegates including Spock's father Sarek (Mark Lenard) to a Federation meeting, a Tellarite representative is murdered and Sarek is the prime suspect. Amanda: Jane Wyatt. Gav: John Wheeler. Shras: Reggie Nalder. Thelev: William O'Connell. Nurse Chapel: Majel Barrett. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. Kirk: William Shatner. read more

Metamorphosis Season 2, Episode 9

A cloud-like creature detours the shuttlecraft Galileo to a remote planetoid, where the crew, including Kirk, Spock and an ailing Federation commissioner (Elinor Donahue), are to provide its sole inhabitant with companionship---forever. Cochrane: Glenn Corbett. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Kirk: William Shatner. Scotty: James Doohan. Sulu: George Takei. Uhura: Nichelle Nichols. read more

I, Mudd Season 2, Episode 8

Kirk and company fall prey to their old nemesis Harry Mudd (Roger C. Carmel), who is now both ruler and captive of an android civilization. Norman: Richard Tatro. Stella Mudd: Kay Elliott. Alice No. 1: Rhae Andrece. Alice No. 2: Alyce Andrece. Herman No. 1: Tom Legarde. Herman No. 2: Ted Legarde. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Scott: James Doohan. read more

Catspaw Season 2, Episode 7

Castles, dungeons, witches, black cats and magic prevail as Kirk seeks a rational explanation of---and escape from---forces that lured him to an alien planet. Korob: Theo Marcuse. Sylvia: Antoinette Bower. Lt. DeSalle: Michael Barrier. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. Scott: James Doohan. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Written by Robert Bloch. read more

The Doomsday Machine Season 2, Episode 6

While on a mission to investigate the mass destruction of entire planetary systems, Kirk encounters a crippled starship, its desperate captain (William Windom) and an unstoppable, planet-eating machine. Elliot: John Copage. Washburn: Richard Compton. Lt. Kyle: John Winston. Russ: Tim Burns. Lt. Palmer: Elizabeth Rogers. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Scott: James Doohan. Sulu: George Takei. read more

The Apple Season 2, Episode 5

Kirk tries to save the Enterprise crew from destruction by terminating a powerful godmachine---and the paradise it provides for its subjects. Akuta: Keith Andes. Makora: David Soul. Martha: Celeste Yarnall. Sayana: Shari Nims. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Scott: James Doohan. Chekov: Walter Koenig. read more

Mirror, Mirror Season 2, Episode 4

A transporter malfunction sends Kirk, Scotty, Uhura and McCoy to a parallel universe, where assassination, fear and treachery rule the Enterprise (and Spock has a beard). Marlena: Barbara Luna. Tharn: Vic Perrin. Lt. Kyle: John Winston. Scott: James Doohan. Sulu: George Takei. Uhura: Nichelle Nichols. read more

The Changeling Season 2, Episode 3

Kirk encounters a sophisticated killer, the Nomad probe---a talking metallic cylinder programmed to destroy life-forms that don't meet its mechanical standards of perfection. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Scott: James Doohan. Nurse Chapel: Majel Barrett. Sulu: George Takei. Singh: Blaisdell Makee. Voice of Nomad: Vic Perrin. read more

Who Mourns for Adonais? Season 2, Episode 2

The Enterprise encounters the Greek god Apollo (Michael Forest) who desires the crew to remain on his planet and worship him. Also, he wishes to take a crewman (Leslie Parrish) for his wife. Lt. Kyle: John Winston. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. Scotty: James Doohan. Kirk: William Shatner. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. read more

Amok Time Season 2, Episode 1

Theodore Sturgeon wrote this memorable episode in which Spock falls victim to “pon farr,” the Vulcan mating urge, and challenges Kirk in ritual battle---to the death. T'Pau: Celia Lovsky. Stonn: Lawrence Montaigne. Chapel: Majel Barrett. T'Pring: Arlene Martel. Chekov: Walter Koenig. Spock: Leonard Nimoy. Kirk: William Shatner. McCoy: DeForest Kelley. 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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