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1 The Cage
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Unknown Unaired * * *
5.29/10 (27 votes)
In the series first of two pilot episodes, a mission to rescue survivors on planet Talos IV goes awry when Pike is captured by the Talosians, and experiences visions and dreams centred around himself and a woman named Vina. Written by: Gene Roddenberry. Directed by: Robert Butler.
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2 Where No Man Has Gone Before
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1312.4 1966.09.22 * * * ½
4.84/10 (2524 votes)
In an effort to leave the galaxy, Kirk's friend Gary, and other crewmembers with ESP, are affected by the energy barrier. Gary, having the strongest ESP rating begins to become godlike, forcing Kirk to find a way of destroying his friend. Written by: Samuel A. Peeples. Directed by: James Goldstone.
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3 The Corbomite Maneuver
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1512.2 1966.11.10 * * *
6.67/10 (3 votes)
While on a mapping expedition, the Enterprise encounters a warning buoy, followed by a giant spherical ship which threatens to destroy the Enterprise. After bluffing his way out, Kirk's crew may await an even worse fate. Kirk will again use the Corbomite ploy in #40 "The Deadly Years". Written by: Jerry Sohl. Directed by: Joseph Sargent.
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4 Mudd's Women
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1329.1 1966.10.13 * * * ½
4.75/10 (4806 votes)
Kirk beams aboard four survivors from a ship whose engines overloaded. The ship's captain, Mudd says his only cargo are three women who seem to have a mysterious effect on the crew. Teleplay by: Stephen Kandel. Story by: Gene Roddenberry. Directed by:Harvey Hart.
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5 The Enemy Within
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1672.1 1966.10.06 * * * *
5.07/10 (694 votes)
A transporter malfunction causes two Kirks to materialise; one bad and one good. Little do either one of them realise that without the other, they are dying. Written by: George Matheson. Directed by: Leo Penn.
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6 The Man Trap
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1531.1 1966.09.08 * * *
6.17/10 (18 votes)
On a routine mission to check up on a couple of archaeologists, McCoy meets up with an old flame and her husband. However during this time mysterious deaths start to occur on fisrt the planet and then the ship. Deaths apparently caused by a salt-craving vampire. Written By: George Clayton Johnson. Directed by: Marc Daniels.
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7 The Naked Time
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1704.2 1966.09.29 * * * * *
5.27/10 (11745 votes)
Arriving at Psi 2000 to pick up a scientific research team, before a sun goes nova, the crew discovers the entire team dead from a bizarre set of circumstances. Soon whatever killed the research team gets on to the ship and people start acting crazy, including shutting the engines off, making it next to impossible to escape before the sun goes nova. This episode provides the basis for TNG.103 "The Naked Now". Written by: John D. F. Black. Directed by: Marc Daniels.
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8 Charlie X
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1533.6 1966.09.15 * * * *
5.03/10 (721 votes)
A 17-year-old boy, who was the sole survivor of a crash on Thasus fourteen years prior, comes on board with no knowledge of right or wrong. Charlie has unusual powers, which he soon uses to try and take over the ship. Teleplay by: D. C. Fontana. Story by: Gene Roddenberry. Directed by: Lawrence Dobkin.
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9 Balance Of Terror
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1709.1 1966.12.15 * * * ½
9.00/10 (2 votes)
Outposts along the Romulan neutral zone are mysteriously being destroyed, apparently by Romulans, who have never been seen by anyone in the Federation before this time. Due to a strong resemblance, Spock is targeted by a prejudiced officer. Written by: Paul Schneider. Directed by: Vincent McEveety.
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10 What Are Little Girls Made Of?
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2712.4 1966.10.20 * * *
5.00/10 (2473 votes)
On a mission to discover the fate of Dr. Roger Korby, they find him still alive. Korby, who had been engaged to Nurse Chapel, invites Kirk and Chapel down only to have them discover he's living among androids. Written by: Robert Bloch. Directed by: James Goldstone.
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11 Dagger Of The Mind
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2715.1 1966.11.03 * * * *
5.09/10 (984 votes)
Delivering supplies to a penal colony, an inmate escapes up to the Enterprise and requests asylum. Kirk and a psychology specialist beam down to learn more about the inmate who escaped and why, only to find they may never return. Written by Shimon Wincelberg. Directed by: Vincent McEveety.
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12 Miri
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2713.5 1966.10.27 * * * ½
5.01/10 (602 votes)
A landing party beams down to a planet resembling 1960's Earth right down to the last detail. The only inhabitants they discover are children, ranging from ages three to twelve in appearance, but in fact are 300 years old. They're the result of a life prolongation experiment that kills people past puberty. Now the landing party is trapped. Written by: Adrian Spies. Directed by: Vincent McEveety.
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13 The Conscience Of The King
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2817.6 1966.12.08 * * *
4.95/10 (2574 votes)
The Enterprise is called off course to planet Q by an old friend of Kirk's who believes he's found Kodos the Executioner, who had slaughtered thousands of innocents twenty years ago. Only nine people had ever actually seen his face. This is the last episode featuring Yeoman Janice Rand; but she returns again in Star Trek - The Motion Picture. Written by: Barry Trivers. Directed by: Gerd Oswald.
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14 The Galileo Seven
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2821.5 1967.01.05 * * * ½
4.96/10 (3600 votes)
Spock and six others are sent in a shuttle to investigate a quasar like phenomenon. When high energy levels in the formation force Spock to crash land, Kirk is only able to stay twenty-four hours to search for his missing officers. Teleplay by: Oliver Crawford & S. Bar-David. Story by: Oliver Crawford. Directed by: Robert Gist.
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15 Court Martial
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2947.3 1967.02.02 * * * *
3.50/10 (2 votes)
During an ion storm, Kirk was forced to eject the ship's ion pod; unfortunately with friend Ben Finney. However, according to the ship's log, Kirk ejected the pod prematurely, in fact murdering Finney. Kirk requests a court-martial to prove his innocence. Teleplay by: Don M. Mankiewiez & Steven W. Carabatsos. Story by: Don M. Mankiewiez. Directed by: Marc Daniels.
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16 The Menagerie
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3012.4 1966.11.17-24 * * ½
4.97/10 (5630 votes)
In this two-part episode, the Enterprise is diverted to Starbase 6, supposedly by former Enterprise Captain Christopher Pike, now extremely disabled. First officer Spock beams Pike to the Enterprise, sets course for Talos IV, the penalty for which is death, and claims Kirk is on extended rest leave. Kirk catches up to Spock in a shuttle with Commodore Mendez. A hearing is convened in which images sent from Talos are seen, depicting images of 13 years previous (images are actually from #1 "The Cage"). Written by: Gene Roddenberry. Directed by: Marc Daniels & Robert Butler.
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17 Shore Leave
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3025.3 1966.12.29 * * * ½
5.08/10 (9125 votes)
On a scouting mission to decide whether a planet is suitable for shore leave, the landing party starts to witness strange things that turn out to be physical manifestations of things they had talked or thought about. One of these manifestations even kills McCoy. Written by: Theodore Sturgeon. Directed by: Robert Sparr.
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18 The Squire Of Gothos
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2124.5 1967.01.12 * * * * ½
5.02/10 (4494 votes)
En route to Colony Beta Six, the Enterprise stumbles upon an uncharted planet. Kirk and Sulu are taken from the Enterprise and held on the surface below. At the heart of the operation is an omnipotent being known as Trelene. Written by: Paul Schneider. Directed by: Don McDougall.
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19 Arena
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3045.6 1967.03.30 * * *
5.14/10 (994 votes)
The Enterprise is diverted to Cestus III, only to learn the entire base there has been destroyed. The landing party is then attacked on the surface, while the Enterprise is attacked in orbit. Upon finally beaming up, the Enterprise gives the hostile ship chase. Both ships are stopped by an outside force, and Kirk is forced to fight the captain of the other ship known as the Gorn. Teleplay by: Gene L. Coon. Story by: Fredric Brown. Directed by: Joseph Pevney.
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20 The Alternative Factor
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3087.6 1967.03.30 * * ½
5.00/10 (2 votes)
While in orbit around an unknown planet, the Enterprise experiences a moment of "non-existence". On the surface the crew encounter Lazarus, who blames the disturbance on his arch-enemy. Written by: Don Ingalls. Directed by: Gerd Oswald.
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21 Tomorrow Is Yesterday
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3113.2 1967.01.26 * * * * *
8/10 (1 votes)
After encountering a black star, the Enterprise is sent back in time to the 1960s Earth, where it is reported as a UFO. Kirk beams aboard a pilot from a plane that was breaking up in the ship's tractor beam. Written by: D. C. Fontana. Directed by: Michael O'Herlihy.
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22 The Return Of The Archons
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3156.2 1967.02.09 * * *
5.06/10 (3901 votes)
In an effort to learn the fate of the USS Archon a hundred years ago, on a landing party, Lt. O'Neil is captured by "Lawgivers" and Sulu is changed, claiming he is part of the body. Kirk beams down with another landing party just in time to witness the "Red Hour". Teleplay by: Boris Sobekman. Story by: Gene Roddenberry. Directed by: Joseph Pevney.
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23 A Taste Of Armageddon
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3192.1 1967.02.23 * * * ½
5.03/10 (1130 votes)
On a diplomatic mission to Eminiar VII, the Enterprise is asked to keep away. But, Starfleet ambassador Fox orders Kirk to disregard the request. Upon beaming down, they discover that they are at war with a neighbouring planet; a war fought by computers. Teleplay by: Robert Hammer & Gene L. Coon. Story by: Gene L. Coon. Directed by: Joseph Pevney.
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24 Space Seed
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3141.9 1967.02.16 * * * * *
5.04/10 (5895 votes)
The Enterprise discovers a sleeper ship from the late 1990s adrift in space. They beam aboard and awaken the leader of the crew, Khan Noonian Singh and bring him back to the Enterprise. Khan turns out to be a genetically engineered criminal; who manages to romance Lt. Marla McGivers and apparently still has evil intentions for Kirk and crew. This episode was the basis for Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. Teleplay by: Gene L. Coon & Carey Wilbur. Story by: Carey Wilbur. Directed by: Marc Daniels.
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25 This Side Of Paradise
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3417.3 1967.03.02 * * * * ½
6.28/10 (11 votes)
On a visit to Omicron Ceti III, Kirk and crew discover the Federation colony still alive even after three years' exposure to Berthold radiation. The reason seems to be spores from a plant on the surface that create artificial happiness and perfect physical and mental health. Teleplay by: D. C. Fontana. Story by: Nathan Butler & D. C. Fontana. Directed by: Ralph Senesky.
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26 The Devil In The Dark
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3196.1 1967.03.09 * * *
5.03/10 (1651 votes)
Miners on Janus VI are being killed by an unknown creature that moves through solid rock as easily as we move through air. Kirk and Spock investigate and even manage to injure it. At Kirk's prodding, Spock mind melds with it while McCoy works to heal its phaser wound. Written by: Gene L. Coon. Directed by: Joseph Pevney.
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27 Errand Of Mercy
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3198.4 1967.03.23 * * * ½
5.01/10 (14760 votes)
The Enterprise journeys to Organia to offer protection before the Klingons arrive to impose dictatorship. They arrive to find the Organians not at all concerned about the Klingon threat, and seem to know everything on their world as it happens. They insist they do not need protection, even when the Klingons start to kill them. The Klingon Commander, Kor is later seen in DS9 #439 "Blood Oath". Written by: Gene L. Coon. Directed by: John Newland.
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28 The City On The Edge Of Forever
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3134.0 1967.04.06 * * * * *
4.95/10 (7040 votes)
Treating Sulu with a highly dangerous drug, McCoy accidentally injects himself with 100 times the normal dosage, causing him to go insane. He beams down to the planet they're orbiting and leaps through a time portal into 1930s Earth and changes history. Kirk and Spock follow and Kirk falls in love with a woman who must die. This episode won the "Writers' Guild of America Award" for the "most outstanding dramatic episode teleplay" for 1967-68. Written by: Harlan Ellison. Directed by: Joseph Pevney.
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29 Operation: Annihilate!
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3287.2 1967.04.13 * * *
4.50/10 (6 votes)
En route to Deneva, the ship receives a message from a Denevian pilot flying into the sun, declaring he's free. Beaming down, they discover mass insanity. Kirk's brother, who lived there with his family, is found dead. His wife and son have been affected by some sort of parasites. The parasites soon attack Spock. McCoy must find something to kill the parasites before Spock dies. The body of Kirk's brother George Samuel Kirk is actually William Shatner. Written by: Steven B. Carabatsos. Directed by: Herschel Daugherty.
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