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1 :01x?? - The Cage (Pilot)

1965
The Enterprise is lured to a planet by a repeating distress call. Capt. Pike and the crew find the aged survivors of a crashed spaceship. However, the crash and the survivors turn out to be illusions created by an advanced race of beings, with mysterious motives. They capture Capt. Pike and watch as they put him through false imagined adventures. But, the same woman keeps appearing in all these adventures with him.

Can Capt. Pike learn what the beings’ motives are, and can the Enterprise crew rescue their captain in time?
Starring Roles: Jeffrey Hunter as Capt. Christopher Pike |
Guest Stars: Susan Oliver (1) as Vina |
Co-Guest Stars: Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock | Majel Barrett as Number One | John Hoyt as Dr. Philip Boyce | Peter Duryea as Lt. Jose Tyler | Laurel Goodwin as Yeoman J. M. Colt |
Uncredited: Meg Wyllie as The Keeper | Malachi Throne as The Keeper | Jon Lormer as Dr. Theodore Haskins | Robert Phillips (1) as Officer | Joseph Mell as Orion Trader | Adam Roarke as C.P.O. Garrison | Clegg Hoyt as Transporter Chief Pitcairn | Mike Dugan (1) as Rigel VII Warrior | Anthony Jochim as Survivor #1 | Leonard Mudie as Survivor #2 | Serena Sands as Talosian #2 | Bob Herron as Capt. Pike's Stunt Double | Tom Curtis as Voice Over | Edward Madden as Geologist | Georgia Schmidt as Talosian #1 | Janos Prohaska as Anthropoid Ape / Humanoid Bird | Frank Da Vinci as Stunt Double | Bob Johnson (1) as Talosian #1 / Pitcairn | Felix Silla as Talosian #3
Director: Robert Butler

1 :01x01 - The Man Trap

Sep/08/1966
Stardate: 1513.1 When the crew goes to a distant archaeological outpost to conduct routine medical examinations, they find the husband and wife team healthy. However, each of the Enterprise’s away team seems to see the woman with a different familiar face. The wife becomes a major threat to the Enterprise crew when it appears that she is responsible for the death of several crewmen who died after the removal of all salt in their body. The lone male survivor is unconcerned and hostile toward the crew's plight, and resists their attempt to evacuate him from the planet.
Starring Roles: DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy | Grace Lee Whitney as Yeoman Janice Rand | George Takei as Lt. Hikaru Sulu | Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura |
Guest Stars: Alfred Ryder as Prof. Robert Crater |
Co-Guest Stars: Jeanne Bal as Nancy Crater | Michael Zaslow as Green | Bruce Watson as Darnell | Vince Howard as Crewman | Francine Pyne as Nancy III |
Uncredited: William Knight (2) as Guard | Garrison True as Crewman Guard #1 | Larry Anthony as Transporter Chief | Bob Baker (1) as Beauregard Puppeteer | Sharon Gimpel as M-113 Creature | William Blackburn as Lt. Hadley | John Arndt as Sturgeon | Frank Da Vinci as Brent/Vinci | Eddie Paskey as Leslie/Conners | Budd Albright as Barnhart | Jeannie Shepard as Yeoman
Director: Marc Daniels

2 :01x02 - Charlie X

Sep/15/1966
Another ship drops off a teenager that they found stranded on a planet, and Enterprise will deliver the boy, “Charlie,” to the next Starbase. Charlie has been without human contact for many years, and doesn’t have a normal teen’s social skills. This leads to his mishandling several encounters with the female crew. Although Kirk tries to take the boy under his wing, strange events continue to occur, including the destruction of the earlier ship. Charlie appears to be connected in some way, and Kirk must learn Charlie’s secret before the Enterprise is lost, too.
Starring Roles: DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy | Grace Lee Whitney as Yeoman Janice Rand | Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura |
Guest Stars: Robert Walker, Jr. as Charlie Evans |
Co-Guest Stars: Charles J. Stewart as Captain Ramart | Dallas Mitchell as Nellis | Don Eitner as Navigator | Patricia McNulty as Tina Lawton | John Bellah as Crewman I | Garland Thompson as Crewman II | Abraham Sofaer as "The Thasian" |
Uncredited: Gene Roddenberry as Galley Chef | Beau van den Ecker as Sam | John Lindesmith as Helmsman | Bob Herron as Crewman | Laura Wood as Old Lady | Frank Da Vinci as Security Guard
Director: Lawrence Dobkin
Story: Gene Roddenberry | Teleplay: D.C. Fontana
Songs: Wilbur Hatch & Gene L. Coon -- Beyond Antares

3 :01x03 - Where No Man Has Gone Before

Sep/22/1966
When the Enterprise attempts to penetrate the galactic barrier, they are thrown back and one of the crew, Kirk's friend Gary Mitchell, gains godlike powers and threatens the entire ship. Kirk must decide whether to kill him or strand him... before it becomes too late to do anything.
Starring Roles: George Takei as Lt. Hikaru Sulu | James Doohan as Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott |
Guest Stars: Gary Lockwood as Lt. Cmdr Gary Mitchell | Sally Kellerman as Dr. Elizabeth Dehner | Lloyd Haynes as Lt. Lloyd Alden | Andrea Dromm as Yeoman Smith | Paul Carr as Lt. Lee Kelso | Paul Fix as Dr. Piper |
Uncredited: Eddie Paskey as Lt. Leslie | Gene Roddenberry as Damage Control | Majel Barrett as Damage Control | Robert H. Justman as Damage Control
Director: James Goldstone

4 :01x04 - The Naked Time

Sep/29/1966
The crew of the Enterprise is infected with a alien compound that alters crewmens' minds and emotions in a way similar to alcohol and is spread by contact. The compound's effects led to the destruction of a science outpost's crew and is inadvertently brought aboard the Enterprise. One crewman locks himself in the engine room and shuts down the warp core, just as the planet beneath them begins to break up.
Starring Roles: Majel Barrett as Nurse Christine Chapel | DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy | Grace Lee Whitney as Yeoman Janice Rand | George Takei as Lt. Hikaru Sulu | James Doohan as Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott | Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura |
Co-Guest Stars: Stewart Moss as Joe Tormolen | Bruce Hyde as Lt. Kevin Thomas Riley | William Knight (2) as Amorous Crewman | John Bellah as Laughing Crewman |
Uncredited: Woody Talbert as Crewman #2 | Bud Da Vinci as Crewman #3 | Christin Ducheau as Crewman #1
Director: Marc Daniels

5 :01x05 - The Enemy Within

Oct/06/1966
A transporter malfunction separates Kirk into two people: a kind and gentle vacillitating version, and a strong-willed arrogant Kirk who gives in to his every bestial urge. When the divided Kirks start to die, Spock and Scotty must work to reverse the split and save him, as well as repair the transporter so they can beam up a stranded crew.
Starring Roles: DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy | Grace Lee Whitney as Yeoman Janice Rand | George Takei as Lt. Hikaru Sulu | James Doohan as Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott |
Co-Guest Stars: Edward Madden as Fisher | Garland Thompson as Wilson | Jim Goodwin (1) as Farrell |
Uncredited: Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura | Eddie Paskey as Lt. Leslie | Don Eitner as Kirk Stunt Double
Director: Leo Penn

6 :01x06 - Mudd's Women

Oct/13/1966
When their ship is destroyed, a freighter captain and three stunningly beautiful women arrive on the Enterprise. They want Kirk to take them to a mining colony where the women are wanted as brides, but the captain suspects something is going on.
Starring Roles: DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy | James Doohan as Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott | George Takei as Lt. Hikaru Sulu | Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura |
Guest Stars: Roger C. Carmel as Harcourt Fenton "Harry" Mudd |
Co-Guest Stars: Karen Steele as Eve McHuron | Maggie Thrett as Ruth | Susan Denberg as Magda | Jim Goodwin (1) as Farrell | Gene Dynarski as Ben | John Kowal as Herm | Seamon Glass as Benton | Jerry Foxworth as Guard |
Uncredited: Eddie Paskey as Conners | Frank Da Vinci as Guard | Majel Barrett as Computer
Director: Harvey Hart
Story: Gene Roddenberry | Teleplay: Stephen Kandel

7 :01x07 - What Are Little Girls Made Of?

Oct/20/1966
Nurse Chapel is reunited with her fiancée Dr. Roger Korby whom she has not seen in years. But he captures Kirk and they soon discover that he has created a small army of androids and plans to take over the Enterprise with the ultimate goal of transferring everyone in the Federation into perfect undying bodies. Korby makes an android duplicate of Kirk and plans to use him to spearhead his efforts.
Starring Roles: Majel Barrett as Nurse Christine Chapel | Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura |
Guest Stars: Michael Strong (1) as Dr. Roger Korby |
Co-Guest Stars: Sherry Jackson as Andrea | Ted Cassidy as Ruk | Harry Basch as Dr. Brown | Vince Deadrick, Sr. as Mathews | Budd Albright as Rayburn |
Uncredited: Eddie Paskey as Lt. Leslie | Paul Baxley as Capt. Kirk's Stunt Double | Denver Mattson as Rayburn's Stunt Double
Director: James Goldstone
Writer: Robert Bloch

8 :01x08 - Miri

Oct/27/1966
The Enterprise investigates an Earth-like planet and an abandoned city, where they discover the entire planet was wiped out by a disease. The disease strikes at puberty, and the only survivors are a group of kids who have formed their own primitive society and are doomed to die once they become adults.
Starring Roles: DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy |
Guest Stars: Kim Darby as Miri | Michael J. Pollard as Jahn | Kellie Flanagan as Blonde Girl | Keith Taylor (1) as Jahn's Friend | Jim Goodwin (1) as Lt. John Farrell | John Megna as Little Boy | Grace Lee Whitney as Yeoman Janice Rand | Ed McCready as Boy Creature | Steven McEveety as Redheaded Boy | David L. Ross as Lt. Galloway |
Uncredited: Phil Morris as Boy in Army Helmet | Bob Miles (1) as Dr. McCoy's Stunt Double | Dawn Roddenberry as Little Blonde Girl | Lisabeth Shatner as Little Girl in Red-Striped Dress | Darlene Roddenberry as Dirty-Face Girl in Flowered Dress | Scott Dweck as Boy Who Stole Phasers #2 | Jon Dweck as Boy Who Stole Phasers #1 | Scott Whitney as Small Boy | Irene Sale as Louise | John Arndt as Security Guard
Writer: Adrian Spies

9 :01x09 - Dagger of the Mind

Nov/03/1966
The Enterprise crew drop off supplies at a penal colony and pick up a stowaway, a doctor who has gone insane. Kirk investigates and the facility director gives him a look at a neural neutralizer device. It is hoped the device can cure the criminally insane inmates held there. However, all is not as it seems.
Starring Roles: DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy | Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura |
Guest Stars: James Gregory as Dr. Tristan Adams |
Co-Guest Stars: Morgan Woodward as Dr. Simon Van Gelder | Marianna Hill as Dr. Helen Noel | Susanne Wasson as Lethe | John Arndt as First Crewman | Larry Anthony as Transportation Man | Ed McCready as Inmate | Eli Behar as Therapist |
Uncredited: David L. Ross as Guard | Walt Davis as Therapist #2 | Louie Elias as Inmate Guard | Eddie Paskey as Lt. Leslie | Frank Da Vinci as Brent/Vinci | Irene Sale as Noel's Stunt Double

10 :01x10 - The Corbomite Maneuver

Nov/10/1966
While exploring an unknown sector of space, the Enterprise encounters a gigantic spaceship that immobilizes the Federation starship and threatens to destroy it. With minutes ticking away to destruction, Kirk must attempt to bluff the enemy into letting them go before time runs out.
Starring Roles: DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy | Grace Lee Whitney as Yeoman Janice Rand | George Takei as Lt. Hikaru Sulu | James Doohan as Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott | Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura |
Guest Stars: Anthony D. Call as Dave Bailey | Clint Howard as Balok |
Uncredited: Ted Cassidy as Balok Puppet | Bruce Mars as Crewman #1 | Jonathan Goldsmith (1) as Crewman #3 | Ena Hartman as Crewwoman #2 | Mittie Lawrence as Crewwoman #1 | Gloria Calomee as Crewwoman #3 | John Gabriel (2) as Crewman #2 | George Bochman as Crewwoman #4 | Vic Perrin as Balok | Majel Barrett as Crew woman | Sean Morgan (1) as Crewman #5
Director: Joseph Sargent
Writer: Jerry Sohl

11 :01x11 - The Menagerie Part I

Nov/17/1966
Spock kidnaps his former captain and illegally takes control of the Enterprise, forcing a court martial where the events of a fateful mission to Talos IV are revealed.
Starring Roles: DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy | James Doohan as Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott | Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura |
Special Guest Stars: Jeffrey Hunter as Capt. Christopher Pike |
Guest Stars: Susan Oliver (1) as Vina | Malachi Throne as Commodore Jose I. Mendez | Majel Barrett as Number One (as M. Leigh Hudec) | Peter Duryea as Lt. Jose Tyler | John Hoyt as Dr. Philip Boyce | Adam Roarke as C.P.O. Garrison |
Co-Guest Stars: Sean Kenney as Disabled Christopher Pike | Hagan Beggs as Lieutenant Hansen | Julie Parrish as Miss Piper |
Uncredited: Brett Dunham as Guard | Edward Madden as Geologist | Bob Herron as Capt. Kirk's Stunt Double | Anthony Jochim as Survivor #1 | Clegg Hoyt as Transporter Chief Pitcairn | Leonard Mudie as Survivor #2 | Jan Reddin as Security Guard #1 | Laurel Goodwin as Yeoman J. M. Colt | Serena Sands as Talosian #2 | Tom Lupo as Security Guard #2 | George Sawaya as Chief Humbolt | Tom Curtis as Voice | Georgia Schmidt as Talosian #1 | Jon Lormer as Theodore Haskins | Frank Da Vinci as Brent/Vinci | Eddie Paskey as Lt. Leslie

12 :01x12 - The Menagerie Part II

Nov/24/1966
Spock and Pike's fate is in jeopardy as Kirk and Mendez learn of Pike's incarceration at the hands of the Talosians years earlier, and how it relates to Spock's theft of the Enterprise.
Starring Roles: Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura |
Special Guest Stars: Jeffrey Hunter as Capt. Christopher Pike |
Guest Stars: Susan Oliver (1) as Vina | Malachi Throne as Commodore Jose I. Mendez | Majel Barrett as Number One (as M. Leigh Hudec) | Peter Duryea as Lt. Jose Tyler | John Hoyt as Dr. Philip Boyce | Laurel Goodwin as Yeoman J. M. Colt | Adam Roarke as C.P.O. Garrison |
Co-Guest Stars: Sean Kenney as Disabled Christopher Pike | Hagan Beggs as Ensign Hansen | Meg Wyllie as The Keeper |
Uncredited: Frank Da Vinci as Brent/Vinci | Clegg Hoyt as Transporter Chief Pitcairn | Joseph Mell as Orion Trader | Serena Sands as Talosian #2 | Robert Phillips (1) as Officer | Georgia Schmidt as Talosian #1 | Brett Dunham as Guard | Mike Dugan (1) as Kaylar Warrior | Vic Perrin as The Keeper | Janos Prohaska as Anthropoid Ape / Humanoid Bird | Eddie Paskey as Leslie/Conners

13 :01x13 - The Conscience of the King

Dec/08/1966
When a friend of Kirk's dies under mysterious circumstances, Kirk suspects a Shakespearean actor of being a mass murderer at a colony where Kirk was during the massacre. Kirk brings the actor and his daughter on-board to determine the man's guilt or innocence, but he becomes the next target of the killer.
Starring Roles: DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy | Grace Lee Whitney as Yeoman Janice Rand | Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura |
Guest Stars: Arnold Moss as Karidian | Barbara Anderson as Lenore Karidian |
Co-Guest Stars: William Sargent as Dr. Leighton | Natalie Norwick as Martha Leighton | David Troy as Larry Matson (as David-Troy) | Karl Bruck as King Duncan | Marc Adams (1) as Hamlet | Bruce Hyde as Kevin Riley |
Uncredited: Eddie Paskey as Lt. Leslie | Majel Barrett as Computer | Frank Vince (1) as Capt. Jon Dailey
Director: Gerd Oswald
Songs: Wilbur Hatch & Gene L. Coon -- Beyond Antares

14 :01x14 - Balance of Terror

Dec/15/1966
A Romulan warbird has crossed the Neutral Zone and attacked Federation outposts with a deadly new weapon, and Spock's loyalties are questioned when a Romulan transmission is intercepted. The Enterprise must intercept and destroy the warbird before it gets back to Romulan space with its intelligence.
Starring Roles: DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy | Grace Lee Whitney as Yeoman Janice Rand | George Takei as Lt. Hikaru Sulu | James Doohan as Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott | Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura |
Guest Stars: Mark Lenard as Romulan Commander | Lawrence Montaigne as Decius |
Co-Guest Stars: Paul Comi as Lt. Andrew Stiles | Stephen Mines (1) as Tomlinson | Barbara Baldavin as Angela | Garry Walberg as Hansen | John Warburton as The Centurion |
Uncredited: John Arndt as Engineer Fields | Walt Davis as Romulan Crewman #3 | Sean Morgan (1) as Romulan Crewman #1 | Vince Deadrick, Sr. as Romulan Crewman #2 | Robert Chadwick as Romulan Scanner Operator

15 :01x15 - Shore Leave

Dec/29/1966
The crew of the Enterprise investigate a seemingly serene planet with no life, but then encounter fictional characters and old friends and enemies from their pasts.
Starring Roles: DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy | George Takei as Lt. Hikaru Sulu | Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura |
Co-Guest Stars: Emily Banks as Tonia Barrows | Oliver McGowan as Caretaker | Perry Lopez as Rodriguez | Bruce Mars as Finnegan | Barbara Baldavin as Angela | Marcia Brown as Alice | Sebastian Tom as Warrior | Shirley Bonne as Ruth |
Uncredited: Irene Sale as Mary Teller's Stunt Double | Paul Baxley as Black Knight / Capt. Kirk's Stunt Double | Vince Deadrick, Sr. as Finnegan's Stunt Double | John Carr (1) as Guard | James Gruzaf as Don Juan | William Blackburn as White Rabbit / Shore leave intercom announcer | Eddie Paskey as Lt. Leslie
Director: Robert Sparr

16 :01x16 - The Galileo Seven

Jan/05/1967
McCoy, Scott, Spock, and four other crewmen crashland on a hostile planet while on an exploratory mission in the shuttlecraft Galileo. While the stranded crew attempt to survive against hostile natives, Kirk must choose between looking for them and following his mission to aid a plague-infested planet.
Starring Roles: DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy | James Doohan as Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott | George Takei as Lt. Hikaru Sulu | Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura |
Co-Guest Stars: Don Marshall (1) as Boma | John Crawford as Commissioner Ferris | Peter Marko as Gaetano | Phyllis Douglas as Yeoman Mears | Rees Vaughn as Latimer | Grant Woods as Kelowitz | Robert Maffei as Creature (as Buck Maffei) | David L. Ross as Transporter Chief (as David Ross) |
Uncredited: Majel Barrett as Computer | Frank Da Vinci as Spock's Stunt Double | Gary Combs as Latimer's Stunt Double
Director: Robert Gist

17 :01x17 - The Squire of Gothos

Jan/12/1967
The crew is captured by Trelane, the Squire of Gothos, who has styled himself and his dwelling on his out-of-date observations of Earth. Trelane has almost unlimited power and decides to make the crew his playthings, and Kirk must challenge him so they can make their escape.
Starring Roles: DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy | Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura | George Takei as Lt. Hikaru Sulu | James Doohan as Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott |
Guest Stars: William Campbell as Trelane | Richard Carlyle as Jaeger | Michael Barrier as Lt. Vincent DeSalle | Venita Wolf as Yeoman Teresa Ross |
Uncredited: Barbara Babcock as Trelane's Mother | Bart La Rue as Trelane's Father
Director: Don McDougall
Songs: Johann Strauss II -- Rosen aus dem Süden

18 :01x18 - Arena

Jan/19/1967
After an unknown alien race destroys an Earth colony, Kirk pursues them into unknown space where a third group of aliens, the Metrons, transport him and the alien captain to a deserted planet where they must fight to the death... and the Metrons promise to destroy the loser's ship and crew.
Starring Roles: DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy | George Takei as Lt. Hikaru Sulu | James Doohan as Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott | Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura |
Co-Guest Stars: Jerry Ayres as O'Herlihy | Grant Woods as Kelowitz | Tom Troupe as Lt. Harold | James Farley as Lang | Carolyne Barry as Metron | Sean Kenney as DePaul |
Uncredited: Ted Cassidy as The Gorn | Bobby Clark (1) as The Gorn | Vic Perrin as Metron | Dick Dial as Kirk Stunt Double | William Blackburn as Lt. Hadley | Frank Da Vinci as Brent/Vinci | Eddie Paskey as Lt. Leslie | Ron Veto as Harrison | Gary Combs as The Gorn
Director: Joseph Pevney
Story: Fredric Brown | Teleplay: Gene L. Coon

19 :01x19 - Tomorrow is Yesterday

Jan/26/1967
After a near-collision with a black star, the Enterprise is thrown back to 20th century Earth. They rescue an Air Force pilot, John Christopher, when his ship breaks up in their tractor beam, but realize they have created a paradox: they can't send him back to Earth with knowledge of the future, but if they take him with them to the future then his son will never be born and history will be changed.
Starring Roles: DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy | James Doohan as Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott | George Takei as Lt. Hikaru Sulu | Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura |
Guest Stars: Roger Perry as Major Christopher | Hal Lynch as Air Police Sergeant |
Co-Guest Stars: Richard Merrifield as Technician | John Winston as Transporter Chief | Ed Peck as Col. Fellini | Mark Dempsey as Air Force Captain | Jim Spencer (1) as Air Policeman | Sherri Townsend as Crew Woman |
Uncredited: Majel Barrett as Computer | William Blackburn as Lt. Hadley | Frank Da Vinci as Brent/Vinci | Eddie Paskey as Lt. Leslie
Writer: D.C. Fontana

20 :01x20 - Court Martial

Feb/02/1967
Kirk is forced to eject a sensor pod containing a crewman and friend during an ion storm. When he arrives at the next starbase, he discovers he must face a court martial when he is accused of violating procedure.
Starring Roles: DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy | Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura |
Co-Guest Stars: Percy Rodriguez as Portmaster Stone | Elisha Cook as Cogley | Joan Marshall as Areel Shaw | Richard Webb as Finney | Hagan Beggs as Helmsman | Win De Lugo as Timothy (as Winston DeLugo) | Alice Rawlings as Jame Finney | Nancy Wong as Personnel Officer | Bart Conrad as Krasnowsky | William Meader as Board Officer | Reginald Lal Singh as Board Officer |
Uncredited: Tom Curtis as Corrigan | Majel Barrett as Computer / Starbase Recorder Computer
Director: Marc Daniels

21 :01x21 - The Return of the Archons

Feb/09/1967
The Enterprise travels to a planet that was the last known location of a Federation ship, the Archon, that went missing a century ago. Sulu is "infected" with the peacefulness and Kirk must take down a landing party to investigate.They find an Earth-like society that exists in absolute peace... except once a year when they have a Festival and everyone turns violent.
Starring Roles: DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy | George Takei as Lt. Hikaru Sulu | James Doohan as Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott | Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura |
Guest Stars: Harry Townes as Reger | Torin Thatcher as Marplon |
Co-Guest Stars: Morgan Farley as Hacom | Brioni Farrell as Tula | Sid Haig as First Lawgiver | Charles Macaulay as Landru | Jon Lormer as Tamar | Christopher Held as Lindstrom | Sean Morgan (1) as O'Neil | Lev Mailer as Bilar | David L. Ross as Guard |
Uncredited: Bobby Clark (1) as Townsperson | Miko Mayama as Yeoman Tamura | Eddie Paskey as Lt. Leslie | Barbara Weber as Dancing Woman
Director: Joseph Pevney
Story: Gene Roddenberry | Teleplay: Boris Sobelman

22 :01x22 - Space Seed

Feb/16/1967
The Enterprise encounters the SS Botany Bay. She has been in space for centuries, carrying seventy two men and women in suspended animation. Kirk and Spock realize these people are dangerous refugees from Earth's last great war. The result of selective breeding and genetic engineering, these men and women possess superior power and skill... and superior ambition that drives their plans for the modern era. They awaken the group's leader, Khan Noonien Singh, but he quickly takes over the Enterprise and plans to lead a new war of conquest in the 23rd century.
Starring Roles: DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy | James Doohan as Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott | Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura |
Guest Stars: Ricardo Montalban as Khan | Madlyn Rhue as Marla (Lt. Marla McGivers) |
Co-Guest Stars: Makee K. Blaisdell as Lt. Spinelli | Mark Tobin as Joaquin | Kathy Ahart as Crew Woman | John Winston as Transporter Technician |
Uncredited: Barbara Baldavin as Angela Baker | John Arndt as Crewman #1 | Bobby Bass as Guard | Gary Combs as Capt. Kirk's Stunt Double | Chuck Couch as Khan's Stunt Double | Jan Reddin as Crewman #2 | Joan Johnson (1) as Female Guard | Joan Webster as Nurse | William Blackburn as Lt. Hadley | Frank Da Vinci as Brent/Vinci | Eddie Paskey as Lt. Leslie | Ron Veto as Harrison
Director: Marc Daniels

23 :01x23 - A Taste of Armageddon

Feb/23/1967
The Enterprise comes across two civilizations that fight a virtual war using computers. Each side's computer simulates losses on the other side, checks with its counterpart, and the "victims" willingly go into disintegration chambers so that their cities aren't wiped out by real war and destruction. When the Enterprise is declared a fatality, Kirk refuses to willingly march to his destruction and must figure out a way to stop the war once and for all.
Starring Roles: DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy | James Doohan as Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott | Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura |
Guest Stars: David Opatoshu as Anan 7 |
Co-Guest Stars: Gene Lyons as Ambassador Robert Fox | Barbara Babcock as Mea 3 | Miko Mayama as Tamula | David L. Ross as Galloway | Sean Kenney as DePaul | Robert Sampson (1) as Sar 6 |
Uncredited: John Burnside as Eminiar Guard #5 | Eddie Paskey as Eminiar Guard #1 | Frank Da Vinci as Lt. Osborne / Eminiar Guard #4 | William Blackburn as Eminiar Guard #2 | Majel Barrett as Computer | Ron Veto as Eminiar Guard #3 | Walker Edmiston as Eminiar Security Voice
Director: Joseph Pevney

24 :01x24 - This Side of Paradise

Mar/02/1967
The Enterprise is sent to evacuate a colony which should be dead due to radiation exposure. But the colonists are alive and well and oddly sedate. When Kirk tries to evacuate them, they refuse, and Spock soon discovers that the colonists are under the effects of spores that makes them curiously sedate... and heal any injuries. The Enterprise crew is "infected" as well, and Kirk soon finds himself stranded in Paradise.
Starring Roles: DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy | George Takei as Lt. Hikaru Sulu | Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura |
Special Guest Stars: Frank Overton as Elias Sandoval |
Guest Stars: Jill Ireland as Leila Kalomi |
Co-Guest Stars: Grant Woods as Kelowitz | Michael Barrier as DeSalle | Dick Scotter as Painter | Eddie Paskey as Crewman |
Uncredited: John Lindesmith as Engineer #2 | Bill Catching as Spock's Stunt Double | Bobby Bass as Crewman #2 | Sean Morgan (1) as Engineer #1 | Fred Shue as Crewman #1
Director: Ralph Senensky

25 :01x25 - The Devil in the Dark

Mar/09/1967
The Enterprise goes to a mining colony where 50 workers have been killed by a creature that can move through solid rock. Shortly after Kirk starts investigating, the creature takes a vital irreplaceable component from the colony's reactor and they have only a few hours to catch or kill the creature and recover the part before everyone must evacuate or die.
Starring Roles: DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy | James Doohan as Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott |
Co-Guest Stars: Ken Lynch as Vanderberg | Brad Weston as Appel | Biff Elliot as Schmitter | George E. Allen (4) as Engineer #1 | Jon Cavett as Guard | Barry Russo as Lt. Cmdr. Giotto |
Uncredited: Davis Roberts as Lewis | Janos Prohaska as The Horta | Eddie Paskey as Lt. Leslie | Frank Da Vinci as Brent/Vinci | Dick Dial as Sam | Ron Veto as Harrison | William Blackburn as Lt. Hadley
Director: Joseph Pevney
Writer: Gene L. Coon

26 :01x26 - Errand of Mercy

Mar/23/1967
War breaks out between the Federation and the Klingon Empire. Spock and Kirk are sent to establish a treaty with the residents of the planet Organia, which occupies a key strategic position. The Organians are complete pacifists who reject Kirk's diplomatic overtures, saying simply that the officers do not understand them. Then the Klingons arrive and take Organians hostage to force them to obey, and Kirk and Spock must work undercover to defeat them, even as the Organians' total disinclination to defend themselves disgusts the Federation officers. Both fleets move to engage in space above Organia, as the officers on the ground below prepare to do the same. And then something happens that changes everything...
Starring Roles: George Takei as Lt. Hikaru Sulu | Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura |
Guest Stars: John Abbott (1) as Ayelborne | John Colicos as Kor |
Co-Guest Stars: Peter Brocco as Claymare | Victor Lundin as Klingon Lieutenant #1 | David Hillary Hughes as Trefayne | Walt Davis as Klingon Soldier #1 | George Sawaya as Klingon Lieutenant #2 |
Uncredited: Bobby Bass as Klingon Soldier #3 | Gary Combs as Klingon Soldier #2 | William Blackburn as Klingon Guard | Frank Da Vinci as Brent/Vinci | Eddie Paskey as Lt. Leslie
Director: John Newland
Writer: Gene L. Coon

27 :01x27 - The Alternative Factor

Mar/30/1967
After a dimensional disruption shakes the known galaxy to its very core, the Enterprise is sent to investigate the planet of origin and find a man named Lazarus who claims ignorance. But Lazarus displays strange personality shifts from good to evil and it soon becomes clear that Kirk is not dealing with just one Lazarus... but two. And the second one is a psychopathic killer who means to destroy everything to eliminate his counterpart.
Starring Roles: DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy | Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura |
Guest Stars: Robert Brown (1) as Lazarus | Janet MacLachlan as Lt. Charlene Masters |
Co-Guest Stars: Richard Derr as Barstow | Arch Whiting as Assistant Engineer | Christian Patrick as Transporter Chief | Eddie Paskey as Lt. Leslie |
Uncredited: Ron Veto as Security Guard #1 | Tom Steele as Crew Stuntman #3 | Tom Lupo as Security Guard #2 | Bill Catching as Anti-Matter Lazarus Being #2 | Al Wyatt as Anti-Matter Lazarus Being #1 | William Blackburn as Security Guard #4 | Gary Combs as Capt. Kirk's Stunt Double | Frank Da Vinci as Crew Stuntman #1 | Larry Riddle as Officer | Carey Foster (1) as Crew Stuntman #2 | Vince Calenti as Security Guard #3
Director: Gerd Oswald
Writer: Don Ingalls

28 :01x28 - The City on the Edge of Forever

Apr/06/1967
Dr. McCoy receives an accidental overdose of a powerful medication and becomes dangerously paranoid. He escapes into Earth's past and there changes history in a way that prevents the Federation from ever having existed! Kirk and Spock must follow their deranged friend into the past to rescue him and set right whatever McCoy changed, or they will be stranded in the past forever.
Starring Roles: DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy | James Doohan as Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott | George Takei as Lt. Hikaru Sulu | Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura |
Guest Stars: Joan Collins as Sister Edith Keeler |
Co-Guest Stars: John Harmon (1) as Rodent | Hal Baylor as Policeman | David L. Ross as Galloway | John Winston as Transporter Chief | Bart La Rue as Guardian Voice (as Bartell La Rue) |
Uncredited: David Perna as McCoy's Stunt Double | Mary Statier as Edith's Stunt Double | Carey Loftin as Truck Driver | Bobby Bass as Scott's Stunt Double | Howard Culver as The Drunk | Eddie Paskey as Lt. Leslie
Director: Joseph Pevney

29 :01x29 - Operation -- Annihilate!

Apr/13/1967
Colonists on a distant planet are taken over by alien organisms that control their hosts by inflicting pain. Things take a turn for the worse when Spock is infected by one of the organisms and even his Vulcan ability to control pain isn't sufficient to resist them. The Enterprise crew must come up with a means of destroying the organisms without killing their human hosts.
Starring Roles: DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy | James Doohan as Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott | Majel Barrett as Nurse Christine Chapel | George Takei as Lt. Hikaru Sulu | Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura |
Guest Stars: Joan Swift as Aurelan | Maurishka as Yeoman Zahra (as Maurishka) | David Armstrong (1) as Kartan |
Co-Guest Stars: Craig Huxley as Peter | Fred Carson as Second Denevan | Jerry Catron as First Denevan |
Uncredited: William Shatner as Body of Sam Kirk | Bill Catching as Spock's Stunt Double | Eddie Paskey as Lt. Leslie | Gary Combs as Capt. Kirk's Stunt Double | William Blackburn as Lt. Hadley
Warning: Star Trek guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: NBC ( USA)
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 08, 1966
Ended: June 03, 1969
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