Star Trek: The Original Series (season 2)


Star Trek: The Original Series
Season 2
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Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes26
Original networkNBC
Original releaseSeptember 15, 1967 (1967-09-15) –
March 29, 1968 (1968-03-29)
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The second and penultimate season of the American science fiction television series Star Trek, premiered on NBC on September 15, 1967 and concluded on March 29, 1968. It consisted of twenty-six episodes. It features William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk, Leonard Nimoy as Spock and DeForest Kelley as Leonard McCoy.

Broadcast history

The season originally aired Fridays at 8:30–9:30 pm (EST) on NBC.





No. in
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date [1]Prod.
301"Amok Time"Joseph PevneyTheodore SturgeonSeptember 15, 1967 (1967-09-15)34
When Mr. Spock begins behaving aggressively, Kirk discovers his first officer must return home to Vulcan to be married or die. Kirk disobeys his orders from Starfleet command to visit Altair 6 and decides to save Spock. Spock, Kirk, and McCoy land on Vulcan planet where Spock takes them to his family land to begin pohn farr. They meet T'Pau and T'pring only to find that T'pring wants a duel and chooses Kirk as a challenger. Kirk accepts the challenge thinking to let Spock win but is later told by T'Pau that it's a challenge to the death. During the fight, McCoy gives a neuro-tranquilizer to fake Kirk's death. Upon victory, Spock asks T'Pring to explain her decision and decides to not marry her. After beaming back to Enterprise, Spock is overjoyed to see Kirk alive.[2]
312"Who Mourns for Adonais?"Marc DanielsGilbert RalstonSeptember 22, 1967 (1967-09-22)33
The Enterprise is held captive within an energy field which is controlled by an alien who claims to be the Greek god Apollo. Apollo commands Kirk to meet him on the planet's surface. Bones, Chekov, Scotty, and Lieutenant Carolyn Palamis accompany Kirk. Apollo demands the crew to worship him as a god at his temple, captivating Carolyn and attacking Scotty when he disobeyed. Spock finds a way to go through the energy field and helps Kirk in taking down the temple that was the power source of the energy field.[2]
323"The Changeling"Marc DanielsJohn Meredyth LucasSeptember 29, 1967 (1967-09-29)37
The crew of the Enterprise deals with Nomad—an indestructible, planet-destroying space probe that thinks Kirk is its creator. The space probe is beamed up and after completing the analysis, Mr. Spock reveals that its real creator is Jackson Roykirk, a scientist from the twentieth century. Spock enters the mind of Nomad and finds out the real space probe was destroyed when another alien probe somehow united with Nomad, deleting the original memory banks and giving the new machine a new objective: sterilize all units which are imperfect. When Nomad takes control of the Enterprise, Kirk tells Nomad the truth making it realize that Nomad itself is flawed and must destroy itself. Star Trek: The Motion Picture was in part an expansion of this episode.[2]
334"Mirror, Mirror"Marc DanielsJerome BixbyOctober 6, 1967 (1967-10-06)39
A transporter mishap slips Captain Kirk and his companions into a parallel universe, where the Enterprise serves a barbaric Empire instead of the Federation. Kirk, Bones, Scotty, and Uhura try to look normal while figuring out how to get back to their universe where the crew of Empire beamed. In this universe, Mr. Sulu, tried to kill Captain Kirk to succeed as Captain of Empire but fails and was sent to the booth. Spock on Empire receives a command from Starfleet base to execute Captain Kirk if he does not annihilate Halkan planet by dawn, which he tells Kirk. Bones and Scotty reprogram the transporter room to beam them back but are encountered by Spock in Sick Bay. Spock attacks them but is defeated and about to die. Kirk allows Bones to treat him while others go to the transporter room. Spock learns about the truth and brings Bones to the transporter room and, helps them transport back to their real universe where Spock is waiting for them. This episode spun off several plotlines in Deep Space Nine, Enterprise and Discovery.[2]
345"The Apple"Joseph PevneyStory by : Max Ehrlich
Teleplay by : Max Ehrlich and Gene L. Coon
October 13, 1967 (1967-10-13)38
The crew of the Enterprise visits a mysterious and deadly paradise planet which they discover is controlled by a machine called Vaal. The crew, which includes Kirk, Spock, Bones and Sulu, are enchanted by the planet but encounter a strange flower that kills two members of the landing party. A mysterious bolt of lightning hurts Spock and disrupts the transporter room of the Enterprise. The landing crew finds a group of men and women who are controlled by Vaal. Vaal restricts their knowledge of human interactions such as sexual intercourse and has the island inhabitants feed it the explosive mineral found on the island in order to fuel itself. Vaal orders the inhabitants to kill the landing party by morning when it becomes clear that they represent a threat to the island inhabitant's current way of life. Scotty finds a way to route all the power to the ships phasers while Kirk and Bones prevent Vaal from being fed anymore explosive mineral. Vaal loses strength as a result and becomes vulnerable which allows the Enterprise to kill Vaal and free the inhabitants.[2]
356"The Doomsday Machine"Marc DanielsNorman SpinradOctober 20, 1967 (1967-10-20)35
After losing his entire crew to a planet-eating alien machine from another galaxy, Commodore Matt Decker pulls rank on Kirk in order to play a game of cat-and-mouse with the mechanical adversary. His efforts to destroy the menace place the Enterprise in grave danger. This episode serves as the backstory for the Star Trek 25th Anniversary Game Boy game.[2]
367"Catspaw"Joseph PevneyRobert BlochOctober 27, 1967 (1967-10-27)30
Two powerful aliens threaten the well-being of the Enterprise and her crew with their magical powers. Scotty, Sulu, and Jackson from the landing party go missing on the planet known to be uninhabited in this part of the system. Upon returning Jackson gives Kirk a warning to leave the system right now. Kirk Spock and Bones beam down to find a mysterious castle. A man and a woman, Korob and Slyvia meet them and they find that Korob and Slyvia are not this system but have moved here with an intention of knowing more about the humans. Korob has good intentions but Slyvia loses herself and captures Sulu, Scotty, and Bones completely by mind control. Kirk uses her own tricks on Slyvia to get the truth out and destroys the most powerful source 'transmuter' to free the entire landing party and end the illusions.[2]
378"I, Mudd"Marc DanielsStephen KandelNovember 3, 1967 (1967-11-03)41
Captain Kirk and the crew have a second run in with the con man, Harry Mudd, this time finding him as the king of a planet of androids. Enterprise is captured by an android which takes the entire crew to an uncharted planet in the galaxy. Kirk, Spock, Bones, Uhura, Scotty, Chekov land with the android on the planet to find Harry Mudd as the King of the planet and about 200K androids to serve him. He reveals that androids want to learn about humans and serve humans and demanded more specimens. Harry Mudd plans to leave the entire crew of Enterprise behind and take the starship. By unraveling the weak points of the androids, the crew of the enterprise damage the main control unit 'Norman', reprogram the androids to serve their original purpose of settling the planet, gain control of the enterprise and leave Harry Mudd behind to live with the humorous androids.[2]
389"Metamorphosis"Ralph SenenskyGene L. CoonNovember 10, 1967 (1967-11-10)31
A shuttle crew from the Enterprise encounters a castaway (who appears to be Zefram Cochrane, the inventor of warp drive) and his mysterious alien companion. Kirk, Bones, Spock and a disease-stricken officer is brought down on a planet surface en route to Enterprise where they meet Zefram Cochrane, who is recorded to be dead for 150 years. Zefram explains the companion, the mysterious energy field, keeps him alive, fit and recently decided that he needed a companion. After investigating and challenging the alien companion, Kirk is able to identify the companion has feelings for Zefram and finds a way to get back to Enterprise in a surprisingly romantic episode.[2]
3910"Journey to Babel"Joseph PevneyD. C. FontanaNovember 17, 1967 (1967-11-17)44
While transporting dignitaries to an important peace conference the Enterprise is pursued by a mysterious vessel and an assassin is discovered among the passengers. Enterprise has been instructed to carry multiple dignitaries to planet Babel but mysterious killings begin on the starship after a quarrel between Spock's father and another high personnel. Kirk is also attacked by the assassin and Spock takes charge of the Enterprise but an ethical dilemma comes up when Spock's father gets injured by the assassin and need Spock's blood for the operation. Kirk and Bones make a plan that allows Spock to assist in the operation, fight off the assassin's plan and assist the starship.[2]
4011"Friday's Child"Joseph PevneyD. C. FontanaDecember 1, 1967 (1967-12-01)32
The crew of the Enterprise become entangled in a planet's tribal power struggle. Upon landing and seeing a Klingon, one crew member is killed by the tribe. In an interesting turn of events, the leader of the 10 tribes is killed and Maab takes the charge who supports Klingon and not Earth people. Eleen along with the landing party, Kirk, Spock, and Bones manage to escape but cannot contact Enterprise who has been tricked into leaving the planet's orbit following a distress signal. Eleen and others manage to hide out, Maab realizes Klingon's true intention and Enterprise manages to return back in time to help the landing party and get the deal with the tribe people.[2]
4112"The Deadly Years"Joseph PevneyDavid P. HarmonDecember 8, 1967 (1967-12-08)40
Strange radiation exposes the command crew of the Enterprise to the effects of rapid aging. The landing party, Chekov, Kirk, Spock, Bones, Scotty, and one other member divide into small teams to find the planet's inhabitants. Chekov enters a building and is shocked to see a dead man and calls others. The landing party meets two other people who are old in appearance but young in age. Bones concludes the analysis and says the two other people have only a few days to live because their bodily functions are aging about 30 years a day. The same thing begins to happen to the landing party upon getting back to the Enterprise. Scotty, Bones, Spock, Kirk, start to get old except Chekov. This inhibits the decision-making abilities of Captain Kirk and Commodore aboard Enterprise takes command of the ship and makes incorrect decisions leading Enterprise to the Neutral zone and into a standoff with Romulans. Bones manages to find a vaccine containing adrenaline that Spock and members of the sickbay readily test and give to Kirk who resumes command of the Enterprise and tricks Romulans, saving the Enterprise.[2]
4213"Obsession"Ralph SenenskyArt WallaceDecember 15, 1967 (1967-12-15)47
Captain Kirk becomes obsessed with destroying a murderous entity that killed many of the crew of his old ship. After finding a mysterious cloud that quickly kills the three crew members, Captain Kirk is determined to find a way to understand this thing, stop it from spreading to more planet systems and destroy it. Kirk recalls his past experience with this cloud a few years ago on a different planet system on the other side of the galaxy. His obsession with this cloud starts to interfere with his decision-making skills as the commander of the starship prompting a medical record from Bones and Spock. Soon, Spock and Bones realize why Kirk is obsessed with this cloud. Enterprise begins attacking the cloud only to realize that the cloud is not running away and manages to enter the air circulation system of the Enterprise. Kirk, Spock and Bones devise a way to finally destroy the cloud.[2]
4314"Wolf in the Fold"Joseph PevneyRobert BlochDecember 22, 1967 (1967-12-22)36
Mr. Scott is implicated in a series of bizarre murders. On planet Argelius during a planned break for Scotty, Kirk and Bones encounter a series of events where Scotty is blamed for murdering three women, two local to the planet, and one crew member aboard the Enterprise Lt. Tracy. Prefect wants to investigate the murder on the planet but all methods seem futile. Once aboard the Enterprise, the computer, fed with all medical records of Scotty, begins analyzing Scotty's response to all the questions. The committee realizes that Scotty is not lying and indeed someone/something else is responsible for the murder. The committee finds that the thing resembles Jack the Ripper from early times and has known to exist throughout the 20th, 21st century on all systems between Earth and Argelius. Upon further analysis, Hengist, security adviser to Prefect is found to be possessed with the shifter that causes fear in humanoids and kills them. The thing takes control of the Enterprise and threatens to kill them all. Spock overrides the control to manual, overloads the computer banks to calculate the last digit of pi making the thing impaired for a few hours while Bones tranquilizes the entire crew aboard. The thing is captured inside Hengist finally and transported to the further most regions of the galaxy in thousands of small pieces.[2]
4415"The Trouble with Tribbles"Joseph PevneyDavid GerroldDecember 29, 1967 (1967-12-29)42
Tribbles – purring, fluffy, and fertile creatures – disrupt the exploitation of a disputed planet between the Klingons and Federation. Enterprise responds to a distress signal priority 1 from the k7 space station on the edge of the neutral zone and close to Sharman's planet. Mr. Baris asks Kirk to provide protection to the storage facility in space station to preserve an improved grain that will help USS to gain control of the Sharman's planet and prevent Klingon's from capturing it. Kirk sanctions the security guard and also gives shore leave to the crew aboard Enterprise. Uhura and Chekov find an interesting creature Tribble on the planet and bring it aboard the Enterprise. Tribbles begin to reproduce exponentially and are present everywhere on the Enterprise. A Klingon ship also reaches the k7 facility for shore leave and Kirk allows it under the Enterprise protection. Tribble begins to enter the vent system of the Enterprise and k7 space station that destroys the crop. Later it is revealed that the crop was poisoned by a Klingon spy aboard space station which also killed the Tribbles. Kirk finds the spy and solves the Scotty finds a way to get rid of the Tribbles from Enterprise.[2]
4516"The Gamesters of Triskelion"Gene NelsonMargaret ArmenJanuary 5, 1968 (1968-01-05)46
Captain Kirk, Chekov and Uhura are kidnapped by powerful disembodied aliens and forced to fight in gladiatorial contests for the aliens' gambling entertainment. While trying to beam down to planet gamma 2, Kirk, Uhura and Chekov are transported to a mysterious planet of Triskelion that has never been mapped by the federation. There, the three of them are captured and trained in skills to fight from trainers called Thralls. Any act disobedience was met with pain through collars around their necks. The Enterprise, now commanded by Spock, leaves Gamma 2 system and finds a hydrogen cloud with mysterious energy fields. On Triskelion, Kirk manages to impress the Providers and bonds with his Thrall to learn more about the Providers. While trying to run away, the Providers show their true selves and wager a deal with Kirk for one last fight between Kirk and three Thralls. Kirk manages to defeat them, setting all the Thralls free and making the Providers teach the Thralls with all the knowledge they possessed.[2]
4617"A Piece of the Action"James KomackStory by : David P. Harmon
Teleplay by : David P. Harmon and Gene L. Coon
January 12, 1968 (1968-01-12)49
The Enterprise visits a planet with a violent culture based on America's 1920s prohibition era. After receiving a 100-year late report from an old starship, Kirk, Bones, and Spock decide to beam down to the Iotian planet to learn about their methods of living and are surprised that the entire system is based on 1920s-era Chicago mob culture. Realizing that Enterprise must help this situation, Kirk decides to collect all the bosses in one place and form a syndicate but runs into trouble with the two biggest bosses Bela and Krako. Kirk captures Bela and transports Krako to the Enterprise forcing all the bosses to gather together by playing mind games and using Starfleet command as the oversight body, Kirk forms the syndicate. The syndicate will be headed by boss Bela and Krako will be his lieutenant. Kirk hopes that they can teach a new style of living to these people under the surveillance of the Federation.[2]
4718"The Immunity Syndrome"Joseph PevneyRobert SabaroffJanuary 19, 1968 (1968-01-19)48
The crew of the Enterprise encounters an energy-draining space creature. On their way to Starfleet Command base 6, Enterprise receives an order for a mission to check on Starship Intrepid in Gamma 7 solar system. They find a black space covering the path to the system with no stars visible through it. Upon crossing into space, the Enterprise begins to lose energy and it pulled into space towards a single-celled organism that is massive in size. After losing two probes to investigate the organism and failing an attempt to pull away, Kirk chooses Spock to take the shuttlecraft into the organism membrane, investigate it and find a way to destroy it. Spock finds that the organism is about to reproduce and has a nucleus that can be attacked with a full charge of antimatter energy. Kirk manages to send a probe with the help of Scotty equipped with a timed bomb of antimatter energy and Enterprise begins to drift out of the membrane tagging the shuttlecraft. Finally, the organism is destroyed and galaxy is saved.[2]
4819"A Private Little War"Marc DanielsStory by : Don Ingalls[a]
Teleplay by : Gene Roddenberry
February 2, 1968 (1968-02-02)45
Captain Kirk must decide how to save a primitive people from the technological interference of the Klingons. Upon landing on the planet with a humanoid population, Kirk finds that half of the population, led by his old friend Tyree, is still primitive while the other half has firearms. Spock is shot and he is beamed back to the ship to recover. Kirk and McCoy begin an investigation and Kirk is poisoned by a wild beast. With the Enterprise unavailable to help, Tyree's wife, Nona, heals Kirk, but she also attempts to control both Kirk and Tyree. After recovering, Kirk takes Nona away from the camp but is attacked by her. She steals his phaser and runs to the enemy camp but is killed in the ambush. Tyree agrees to use weapons to fight to protect his people. Kirk asks Mr. Scott to make firearms for the primitive people, to maintain a balance of power between the two camps.[2]
4920"Return to Tomorrow"Ralph SenenskyJohn T. Dugan[b]February 9, 1968 (1968-02-09)51
Telepathic aliens take control of Kirk and Spock's bodies with the intention to build new, mechanized bodies for themselves. After receiving a distress signal from a planet way deep into the galaxy far from the last chartered area, Enterprise is contacted by a life form of pure energy that wishes Kirk, Spock, Dr. Mulhall and Bones to beam down. They meet Sargon, a conscious mind trapped in a machine. Sargon explains that their civilization travelled Space just like Kirk centuries ago and left people on various star system to colonize. But this planet went in to a war where people destroyed themselves except a few. Sargon, his wife and another remain alive like this and wish to take control of Kirk, Spock and Dr. Mulhall's body to make android body for themselves. Enterprise accepts their offer after deliberation and Sargon begins work. To allow the body to sustain this transformation, Henock makes a potion to help but has other plans. Sargon devices a plan to destroy him, apologizes to Enterprise and accepts their fate thereby ceasing to exist.[2]
5021"Patterns of Force"Vincent McEveetyJohn Meredyth LucasFebruary 16, 1968 (1968-02-16)52
The crew of the Enterprise visits a planet dominated by a Nazi culture and at war with its planetary neighbor. Enterprise is visiting the planet of Ekos that is surrounded by system Zeon inhabitants. Ekosians are violent and Zeons are peaceful people. Enterprise wants to contact a professor John from Earth who came here to research without interaction but the planet turned into Nazi-type colony hating the Zeons. Apparently, John becomes the leader of Ekos and leading a plot to eliminate Zeons. Spock and Kirk beam down and try to contact John but run into trouble and care captured. They scheme to run out of the jail with a Zeon and make another scheme to meet John but realize that John is drugged and Malekon is controlling the entire process. Bones is beamed down and gives a stimulant that finally works on John, explaining to Kirk what went wrong with his observation here and he saves the day by giving an eye-opening speech to the people of Ekos restoring the peace.[2]
5122"By Any Other Name"Marc DanielsStory by : Jerome Bixby
Teleplay by : D. C. Fontana and Jerome Bixby
February 23, 1968 (1968-02-23)50
Beings from the Andromeda Galaxy steal the Enterprise, technologically modify it, and attempt to return home. Kirk, Spock, Bones, and few crew members beam down on the planet's surface and find few people who ask Kirk to surrender the ship by parallelizing everyone except Kirk. These people are the inhabitants of Kelvan planet in the Andromeda galaxy. They crossed the intergalactic boundary in to the Milky way to find a sustainable system for their people and their journey spanned for over 300 years. Soon, Rojan controls the Enterprise and along with his people, immobilizes the entire crew aboard and begins the journey for Andromeda. Upon reaching the intergalactic boundary, Spock and Scotty make a plan to blow up the Enterprise to fail the mission for Kelvans, but Spock says no. Later, Kirk and Spock realize that these people, though have taken human form, they are unable to handle the flow of emotions. Thus, Spock, Kirk, Bones, and Scotty begin challenging those emotions that help them get control of the Enterprise and help Kelvans realize that with the help of the Federation of Planets, Kelvans can peacefully make their journey into the Milky Way and live in harmony with other human civilization without wars.[2]
5223"The Omega Glory"Vincent McEveetyGene RoddenberryMarch 1, 1968 (1968-03-01)54
Captain Kirk must battle a deadly virus and a treacherous fellow starship captain to stop a meaningless intertribal war. Enterprise responds to a signal received from USS Exeter which is orbiting a planet but not responding to any communication link. Upon boarding the ship, Kirk, Bones, and Spock finds that the crew has disappeared and have left behind clothes and mysterious salt rich in potassium and carbon. Bones realize that this can only happen if the body loses all the water. Spock plays the last log from Exeter and finds a message that says everyone is affected by a virus and should not go back to their ship but beam down to the planet's surface. Upon landing, they find Exeter's Captain but he is fighting a war with the inhabitants on the side of Yangs. The landing party is imprisoned and Bones is instructed to find the cure of the disease so that they can go back to the planet's surface. Kirk, Spock, and Bones realize that the human body develops antibodies for the disease within a few hours if they remain on the surface and then beam back to the USS ship and this is natural for local Yangs and Kohms. Finally, the Yangs realize Kirk follows the same book as them (American Indian literature, American Constitution and Flag), but in order to decide who is right, he makes Kirk and Exeter's Captain fight trial by combat. Spock manages to allure one of the Yangs and trick her into giving the communicator device and beam down three security personnel and take control of the situation. Finally, Kirk tells Yangs that their constitution is for everyone including Kohms and they should try to live peacefully here.[2]
5324"The Ultimate Computer"John Meredyth LucasStory by : Laurence N. Wolfe
Teleplay by : D. C. Fontana
March 8, 1968 (1968-03-08)53
A new computer system causes havoc while being tested aboard the Enterprise Most of the Enterprise crew was deboarded and a new M5 multitronic system is installed to test if it can control the Enterprise and manage operations aboard. Dr. Daystrom has built this M5 unit and will take care of the unit. Everything goes normal as M5 unit completes the demo tasks. but somehow the machine begins taking over the Enterprise too much and that starts to worry Spock and Kirk. When Kirk says he wants M5 to let go of some of the controls the machine begins to see that as a threat and starts locking out all manual controls. This becomes a problem because the next task is a demo battle with 3 starships and M5 thinks these are actual attacks. M5 loads the torpedoes and demolishes USS Excalibur and seriously injures USS Lexington. Dr. Daystrom tries to talk to M5 but he loses sense so Spock puts him to rest. Then Kirk talks to M5 and makes it understand that M5 was designed not to harm humans but that's the rule M5 has broken by attacking USS Lexington and Excalibur. M5 realizes that its understanding is still weak and destroys itself leaving Enterprise to manual control. Kirk Spock Uhura Scotty and Chekov take control of the ship and return safely to base. [2]
5425"Bread and Circuses"Ralph SenenskyGene Roddenberry and Gene L. CoonMarch 15, 1968 (1968-03-15)43
Captain Kirk and his companions are forced to fight in gladiatorial games on a planet modeled after the Roman Empire. In of the unconventional episode, Kirk Spock and Bones beam down to a planet to see and understand why a planet lives like a Roman Empire where slaves are subjected to fight gladiator wars. They ask refugee people who escaped this empire to help them get into the empire where they can meet a former captain of the starship. One thing leads to another and all three of them are captured. Spock and Bones are forced to fight the war and later all three of them are subjected to the death penalty. Things take a turn again and somehow Kirk Spock and Bones manage to get back their transponders and are beamed up immediately by Scotty. [2]
5526"Assignment: Earth"Marc DanielsStory by : Gene Roddenberry and Art Wallace
Teleplay by : Art Wallace
March 29, 1968 (1968-03-29)55
During a historical research mission in 1968, the Enterprise encounters Gary Seven, a human from the future who appears to be attempting to alter history. Enterprise is on its mission to observe the Earth in 1966 when it beams aboard a mysterious man named Gary Seven. Gary wants to get back to the planet's surface but Enterprise is unable to decide how to proceed from here. Seven tricks the guards, escape that leads to Kirk and Spock beam down to the planet surface. History suggests that on this day, a crucial spacecraft launch failed in the US that changed the course of history. But Kirk and Spock fail to realized that Seven is trying to help the events take place and not stop it. Using his secret portal, Seven is able to reach the launch site and install the device that will fail the mission. And the Enterprise can safely return back to its present time. [2]
  1. ^ Credited as Jud Crucis
  2. ^ Credited as John Kingsbridge

Home release

The season was released on DVD and Blu-ray by Paramount Home Entertainment. There is earlier version and a remastered version.

There was DVD set release in 2004, and later a remastered version was also released on DVD, which featured some updated special effects in some scenes as well as re-processed color, etc.[3]

The Remastered DVD set also included special features for 'Tribbles', including the episodes "Trials and Tribblations" from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and "More Tribbles, More Troubles" from Star Trek: The Animated Series.[3][4] The Remastered DVD set included 8 DVD discs.[4]


In 2019, CBR rated Season 2 of Star Trek (original series) as the second best season of all Star Trek seasons up to that time, and the best season of the original's three seasons.[5]

See also


  1. ^ Trimble, Bjo (1976). Star Trek Concordance. New York: Ballantine Books. pp. 37–89. ISBN 0-345-25137-7.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z "Star Trek: Episodes (Season 2)". Archived from the original on 2009-06-03. Retrieved 2009-06-04.
  3. ^ a b Pascale, Anthony. "Review: Star Trek Remastered Season Two DVD Set". Retrieved 2019-07-02.
  4. ^ a b Star Trek: The Remastered Series Seasons 1, 2 & 3 review James Hunt. 20 May 2009. Retrieved 7 August 2019.
  5. ^ "Every Star Trek Season of TV Ever, Ranked from Worst to Best". CBR. 2019-01-04. Retrieved 2019-03-26.