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James Bama's Trek

If you’re old enough to remember the 1966 premiere of Star Trek: The Original Series – and even if y...ou’re not -- you’re undoubtedly familiar with one of the very first teaser images released for it. T...

"Bread and Circuses" at 50

Q: What is the major linkage between the Star Trek: The Original Series episode “Bread and Circuses”... and Suzanne Collins...

GUEST BLOG: "A Private Little War" at 50

The second season’s “A Private Little War” was the 48th broadcast episode of Star Trek: The Original... Series and its stor...
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The Fuzzies? Celebrating 50 Years of "The Trouble with Tribbles"

“The Trouble With Tribbles,” written by David Gerrold, is one of the very best episodes of Star Trek...: The Original Serie...

"Friday's Child" 50 Years Later

“Friday’s Child," the 40th aired episode of Star Trek: The Original Series, concerned the Enterprise...’s mission on Capell...

50 Years Later... "I, Mudd"

“I, Mudd,” written by “Mudd’s Women” scribe Stephen Kandel, is a fun and entertaining hour of Star T...rek: The Original Series. It’s got the second appearance of the seemingly gregarious Harcourt Fenton...

50 Years of "City's" Star, The Guardian of Forever

“The City on the Edge of Forever” – or “City,” for short – is considered by many Trek fans to be the... best episode of Star Trek: The Original Series and, quite possibly, the best episode of all of the ...
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50 Years Later -- The "Devil" Is In The Details

“The Devil in the Dark” was first broadcast on March 9, 1967, and became an instant classic for fans... of Star Trek: The O...

Shirts and Skins in TOS

Many fans of Star Trek: The Original Series are interested in the details of things that are seen in... the episodes, and w...

Lost Trek History: "The Menagerie"

THE MENAGERIE When “The Menagerie” was first broadcast in 1966, it occupied half of the four Star T...rek slots for the mo...