Prod # Title Stardate Airdate DS93's Rating
Visitor Rating
Synopsis

1 More Tribbles, More Troubles 5392.4 1973.10.06 * * * ½
8/10 (1 votes)
Transporting a shipment of quadrotriticale, the Enterprise rescues Cyrano Jones from a Klingon Warship with a new cargo of tribbles that don't reproduce. Written by: David Gerrold. Directed by: Hal Sutherland.
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2 The Infinite Vulcan 5554.4 1973.10.20 * * *
No votes received
Beaming down to Phylos, the landing party finds the giant clone of an ancient Earth scientist, who wants to clone Spock to stand as a symbol of universal peace. But in doing so, the real Spock almost dies. Written by: Walter Koenig. Directed by: Hal Sutherland.
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3 Yesteryear 5373.4 1973.09.15 * * * * *
No votes received
Returning from Orion's past through the Guardian of Forever, the landing party find Vulcan's past has been changed, and Spock died when he was seven. Now the old Spock must go back to save himself. Written by: D.C. Fontana. Directed by: Hal Sutherland.
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4 Beyond The Farthest Star 5521.3 1973.12.22 * * *
10/10 (1 votes)
After being pulled off course by an imploded negative star mass, the Enterprise discovers a strange starship inhabited by a formless, evil alien. Written by: Samuel A. Peeples. Directed by: Hal Sutherland.
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5 The Survivor 5143.3 1973.10.13 * *
No votes received
A philanthropist missing for five years is discovered aboard a damaged craft. But when he meets up again with his fiancee, who's serving on the Enterprise, he says he can no longer marry her. Written by: James Schmerer. Directed by: Hal Sutherland.
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6 The Lorelei Signal 5483.7 1973.09.29 * *
1/10 (1 votes)
The ship visits the Taurean system, where one starship has been disappearing once every twenty-seven years. Soon the entire male crew is captivated by visions of women on the planet below. Written by: Margaret Armen. Directed by: Hal Sutherland.
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7 One Of Our Planets Is Missing 5371.3 1973.09.22 * * * ½
No votes received
On their way to stop a dangerous planet-eating cloud headed for Mantilles (population: 82 million), the Enterprise is pulled off course. Written by: Marc Daniels. Directed by: Hal Sutherland.
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8 Mudd's Passion 4978.5 1973.11.10 * * *
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Old foe Harry Mudd is found selling fake love potion to miners. Nurse Chapel is taken hostage when the potion fails to work on Mr. Spock. Written by: Stephen Kandel. Directed by: Hal Sutherland.
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9 The Magicks Of Megas-Tu 1254.4 1973.10.27 * * ½
No votes received
The ship is propelled into another dimension where its technology doesn't work. They are rescued by a devil-like creature who informs them that it's magic and not science that functions in his universe. Written by: Larry Brody. Directed by: Hal Sutherland.
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10 The Time Trap 5267.2 1973.11.24 * * *
No votes received
Exploring the Delta triangle, where many ships have disappeared, the Enterprise comes under Klingon attack and both ships become trapped in the triangle. Written by: Joyce Perry. Directed by: Hal Sutherland.
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11 Slaver Weapon 4187.3 1973.12.15 * * ½
10/10 (1 votes)
An Enterprise shuttle crew carries one of the last Slaver stasis boxes left in the galaxy when they are lured away by someone else who wants it. Written by: Larry Niven, based on his short story "The Soft Weapon". Directed by: Hal Sutherland.
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12 Jihad 5683.1 1974.01.12 * * *
10/10 (1 votes)
The Enterprise is summoned to go look for a stolen brain wave pattern to prevent a galactic holy war. Written by: Stephen Kandel. Directed by: Hal Sutherland.
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13 The Ambergris Element 5499.9 1973.12.01 * * ½
No votes received
While exploring a practically completely water-covered planet, Kirk and Spock are attacked and wake up underwater breathing water as though it were air. Written by: Margaret Armen. Directed by: Hal Sutherland.
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14 Once Upon A Planet 5591.2 1973.11.03 * * *
6/10 (1 votes)
The Enterprise returns to the "Shore Leave" planet only to find the caretaker dead and the computer gone haywire. Written by: Len Jenson and Chuck Menville. Directed by: Hal Sutherland.
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15 The Terratin Incident 5577.3 1973.11.17 * * *
No votes received
The ship plots course for a planet upon receiving a call for help with only one decipherable word: "terratin". Written by: Paul Schneider. Directed by: Hal Sutherland.
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16 Eye Of The Beholder 5501.2 1974.01.05 * * ½
No votes received
IThe Enterprise discovers a missing ship whose crew has beamed down to the giant slug filled world below. Written by: David P. Harmon. Directed by: Hal Sutherland.
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17 Bem 7403.6 1974.09.14 * * *
2/10 (1 votes)
The Enterprise is in orbit of a newly discovered planet. On beaming down, Commander Bem is imprisoned by the inhabitants. Written by: David Gerrold. Directed by: Hal Sutherland.
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18 Albatross 5275.6 1974.09.28 * * * ½
4.73/10 (113 votes)
While delivering medical supplies, Dr. McCoy is arrested and charged with causing a plague nineteen years ago. Written by: Dario Finelli. Directed by: Hal Sutherland.
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19 The Pirates Of Orion 6334.1 1974.09.07 * * *
No votes received
A disease, deadly to Vulcans, strikes the Enterprise and Spock falls victim. While trying to get the antidote, the ship is attacked by Orion pirates. Written by: Howard Weinstein. Directed by: Hal Sutherland.
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20 The Practical Joker 3183.3 1974.09.21 * * ½
No votes received
The ship is attacked by Romulan warships who claim the Enterprise crossed into their territory. Written by: Chuck Menville. Directed by: Hal Sutherland.
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21 How Sharper Than A Serpent's Tooth 6063.4 1974.10.05 * * * ½
No votes received
Following the path of an alien probe that came to Earth, the ship encounters Kukulkan, an ancient Mayan god, who's been waiting all this time for humans to work out his plans and summon him back. Written by: Russell Bates and David Wise. Directed by: Bill Reed.
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22 The Counter-Clock Incident 6770.3 1974.10.12 * * * * ½
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In trying to stop an alien vessel the Enterprise is pulled straight into a nova and ends up in a universe where everything functions backward. i.e.: you are born elderly and die a baby. Written by: John Culver. Directed by: Bill Reed.
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