Trek - The Original Series, Episode 36: Wolf in the Fold (1966) VHS
~ A randy
Captain Kirk (William
Shatner), Dr. McCoy (DeForest
Kelley), and Scotty
Doohan) take shore leave on Argelius II, a trip that becomes a
nightmare when Scotty is suspected in a series of murders. From its
opening scene featuring a seductive belly dancer to the ultimate...
Trek - The Original Series, Episode 37: The Changeling (1966) VHS
destroying 4 billion people in the Malurian star system, a 21st- century
NASA probe called Nomad--carrying friendly greetings to whatever
unknown, extraterrestrial race might find it--has a violent encounter with
the Enterprise, nearly blowing the starship out of space. Hoping to
Trek - The Original Series, Episode 38: The Apple (1966) VHS
~ A landing
party beams down to Gamma Trianguli VI, a lush planet that's just like
paradise... or is it? This is not the episode to be caught wearing
a red shirt in: dangers abound and crew members drop like flies. Soon the
party discovers a seemingly unspoiled tribe of innocents who spend their
Trek - The Original Series, Episode 39: Mirror, Mirror (1966) VHS
~ Rejoining the enterprise, Kirk and company find
themselves aboard a duplicate Enterprise whose crew are ruthless
barbarians. First aired October 6, 1967.
Trek - The Original Series, Episode 40: The Deadly Years (1966) VHS
~ While on the
planet Gamma Hydra IV, Captain Kirk (William
Shatner), Mr. Spock (Leonard
Nimoy), Dr. McCoy (DeForest
Kelley), and Scotty (James
infected with an unknown disease that causes rapid aging. The only member
of the party unaffected is Chekov (Walter
Koenig), who becomes...
Trek - The Original Series, Episode 41: I, Mudd (1966) VHS
scoundrel Harry Mudd (Roger
C. Carmel) returns following his debut
appearance in the first-season episode "Mudd's Women," this time as the
leader of a race of helpful (and leggy) androids. Mudd tries to take
control of the Enterprise, but soon finds that the androids have
plans of their own....
Trek - The Original Series, Episode 42: The Trouble With Tribbles
(1966) VHS ~ Kirk
is in trouble when furry creatures called Tribbles won't stop eating and
Klingons invade a space station storing a valuable grain shipment. First
aired December 29, 1967. This episode became the subject of a DS9 time
Trek - The Original Series, Episode 43: Bread and Circuses (1966) VHS
Spock and McCoy visit a former colleague who now holds sway over a
parallel Roman Empire mixed with modern technology and televised gladiator
fights. First aired March 15, 1968.
Trek - The Original Series, Episode 44: Journey To Babel (1966) VHS
is in a dilemma as his ailing father needs a transfusion in order to live
while the Enterprise is crowded with alien ambassadors and he has replaced
Captain Kirk on the bridge of the Enterprise. First aired November 17,
Trek - The Original Series, Episode 45: A Private Little War
(1966) VHS ~ Kirk
is bewitched by the wife of a tribal chief on a stone age planet when she
cures him of a poisonous bite. Kirk soon forgets the Prime Directive, and
begins training the tribesmen how to fight their enemies. First aired
February 2, 1968.
Trek - The Original Series, Episode 46: The Gamesters Of
Triskelion (1966) VHS ~ This is one
of the more entertainingly sadomasochistic Star Trek episodes.
Kirk, Uhura, and Chekov are kidnapped from the Enterprise and taken
to Triskelion, where they are forced to participate in gladiator-style
fights for the amusement of the mysterious "Providers." In addition to the
Trek - The Original Series, Episode 47: Obsession (1966) VHS
must find a way to stop a "vampire" cloud creature before it destroys all
humanoid life in the galaxy. First aired December 15, 1967.
Trek - The Original Series, Episode 48: The Immunity Syndrome
(1966) VHS ~ Kirk
and his crew must destroy a giant amoeba before it reproduces and destroys
the entire universe. First aired January 19, 1968.
Trek - The Original Series, Episode 49: A Piece of the Action
(1966) VHS ~ In
this comic episode, Kirk and crew visit the planet Iotia only to find
themselves in the midst of a planet-wide gang war. Apparently, the entire
society has fashioned itself after Prohibition Era America. First aired
January 12, 1968.
Trek - The Original Series, Episode 50: By Any Other Name (1966) VHS
a landing party encounters aliens the crew members are transformed into
crystalline blocks. The aliens then assume human form and plan to take the
Enterprise on a 300-year journey to their home galaxy. First aired
February 23, 1968.
Trek - The Original Series, Episode 51: Return To Tomorrow (1966) VHS
Spock and a beautiful, red-shirted crew member, Dr. Ann Mulhall (TREK
Diana Muldaur who would later play Dr. Katherine
Pulaski on The Next Generation), allow
superbeings to possess their bodies until they are able to build android
bodies. However, once they feel flesh, the superbeings decide to keep
their bodies, putting the crew of the Enterprise in a quandary. First
Trek - The Original Series, Episode 52: Patterns of Force (1966) VHS
Enterprise is threatened by nuclear missiles when passing the planet Ekos.
A closer look reveals a culture that mirrors Nazi Germany. First aired
February 16, 1968.
Trek - The Original Series, Episode 53: The Ultimate Computer
(1966) VHS ~ Captain Kirk must stand aside as a powerful computer
and its creator are allowed to run the Enterprise as part of a test - a
test that goes horribly wrong. First aired March 8, 1968.
Trek - The Original Series, Episode 54: The Omega Glory (1966) VHS
crew of the Enterprise discover a ghost ship and a crazed captain who
thinks he has found the fountain of youth on planet Omega IV inhabited by
thousand-year-old natives. First aired March 1, 1968.
Trek - The Original Series, Episode 55: Assignment: Earth (1966) VHS
~ The final
broadcast episode of Star Trek's second season was this clever and
funny story in which the Enterprise travels back in time to 1968
(the year this program aired) to discover how the nuclear arms race came
to an end. Captain Kirk (William
Shatner) encounters a strange fellow