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Star Trek TOS Season 3

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Date: 20 Sep 1968 to 3 Jun 1969
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Spectre of the Gun

Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, Dr. McCoy, Scotty, and Chekov are forced to re-enact the gunfight at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone as the team that lost the gunfight.[1]

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Elaan of Troyius

The Enterprise transports Elaan, Dohlman of Elas, to an arranged marriage on Troyius.[4]

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  • France Nuyen [5] as Elaan

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Interesting Connections

Tony Young was married to Madlyn Rhue who appeared on the Star Trek season 1 episode Space Seed


The Paradise Syndrome

Kirk loses his memory and joins the descendants of a tribe of Native Americans.[9]

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  • Sabrina Scharf [10] as Miramanee

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  • Majel Barrett as Nurse Chapel
  • Naomi Pollack [11] as Native American
  • John Lindesmith [12] as Engineer
  • Peter Virgo, Jr. [13] as Warrior
  • Lamont Laird [14] as an Native American boy

The Enterprise Incident

Acting apparently restless and irrational, Captain Kirk inexplicably orders the Enterprise into Romulan space where the ship is quickly captured by the enemy and Kirk held captive aboard their flagship.[15]

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  • Joanne Linville [16] as the Romulan Commander

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And the Children Shall Lead

A group of children on the Federation outpost Triacus, under the influence of an evil spirit, commandeer the Enterprise.[20]

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Caesar Belli ("Steve") is Melvin Belli's son.


Spock's Brain

An alien raids the Enterprise and steals Spock's brain, leading Kirk and McCoy into a desperate race to retrieve it.[27]

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Is There in Truth No Beauty?

A beautiful woman escorts an alien ambassador so hideously ugly that the sight of him can drive a Human insane.[31]

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  • Diana Muldaur [32] as Dr. Miranda Jones

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The Empath

On a doomed planet Kirk, Spock and McCoy become the subjects of an alien experiment whose mysterious intention involves a beautiful, empathic woman.[34]

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  • Kathryn Hays [35] as Gem

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The Tholian Web

While trying to rescue the Starfleet ship USS Defiant, Captain Kirk disappears when the dead ship is pulled into interspace. The Enterprise is then attacked by a mysterious local race, the Tholians.[36]

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For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky

The Enterprise finds an asteroid that contains a generational ship on a collision course with an inhabited planet.[38]

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Day of the Dove

An extremely powerful non-corporeal being brings the Enterprise and a Klingon ship in direct conflict with one another.[39]

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Plato's Stepchildren

The Enterprise finds a planet inhabited by aliens who were once followers of the Greek philosopher Plato.[43]

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Wink of an Eye

The Enterprise is hijacked by hyperaccelerated, sterile aliens who want the crew for breeding stock.[46]

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That Which Survives

Enterprise crew members are stranded on a ghost planet and terrorized by the image of a beautiful woman.[49]

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Let That Be Your Last Battlefield

The crew of the Enterprise find themselves caught in the middle of an intractable conflict with a bizarre fugitive alien and his equally belligerent pursuer.[53]

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Whom Gods Destroy

Kirk and Spock are held captive in an insane asylum by a former Starfleet hero.[55]

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The Mark of Gideon

Kirk is held captive on an empty duplicate of the USS Enterprise.[56]

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The Lights of Zetar

At planetoid Memory Alpha, an Enterprise crew member's body is taken over by mysterious energy lifeforms.[60]

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Interesting Connections

This episode was written by Jeremy Tarcher and his wife Shari Lewis.


The Cloud Minders

Kirk's efforts to obtain a vital mineral are complicated by terrorists striking at the beautiful cloud city Stratos and its virulent apartheid policies.[63]

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The Way to Eden

The Enterprise picks up a group of renegades who have rejected modern technological life to search for the mythical planet Eden.[71]

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Requiem for Methuselah

While the Enterprise searches for the rare cure to a deadly disease, the landing party is confronted by a reclusive man who is willing to kill to preserve his privacy.[74]

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The Savage Curtain

Kirk and Spock are forced to fight alongside such historical figures as Abraham Lincoln of Earth and Surak of Vulcan by rock-like aliens who want to understand the concepts of "good" and "evil."[76]

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All Our Yesterdays

Kirk, Spock, and McCoy are trapped in a planet's distant pasts, where Spock finds love with an exiled woman.[81]

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  • Mariette Hartley[82] as Zarabeth

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Turnabout Intruder

A mad scientist tries to take control of the Enterprise by switching bodies with Captain Kirk.[84]

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  1. Spectre of the Gun
  2. Bonnie Beecher
  3. Rex_Holman
  4. Elaan of Troyius
  5. France Nuyen
  6. Lee Duncan
  7. 7.0 7.1 Victor Brandt
  8. Charles Beck
  9. The Paradise Syndrome
  10. Sabrina Scharf
  11. 11.0 11.1 Naomi Pollack
  12. John Lindesmith
  13. Peter Virgo Jr
  14. Lamont Laird
  15. The Enterprise Incident
  16. Joanne Linville
  17. Jack Donner
  18. Mike Howden
  19. Gordon Coffey
  20. And the Children Shall Lead
  21. Craig Huxley
  22. James Wellman
  23. Pamelyn Ferdin
  24. Caesar Belli
  25. Mark Robert Brown
  26. Brian Tochi
  27. Spock's Brain
  28. Marj Dusay
  29. James Daris
  30. Sheila Leighton
  31. Is There in Truth No Beauty?
  32. Diana Muldaur
  33. David Frankham
  34. The Empath
  35. Kathryn Hays
  36. The Tholian Web
  37. Sean Morgan
  38. For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky
  39. Day of the Dove
  40. Susan Howard
  41. 41.0 41.1 David L Ross
  42. Mark Tobin
  43. Plato's Stepchildren
  44. Barbara Babcock
  45. Derek Partridge
  46. Wink of an Eye
  47. Erik Holland
  48. Geoffrey Binney
  49. That Which Survives
  50. Lee Meriwether
  51. Brad Forrest
  52. Kenneth Washington
  53. Let That Be Your Last Battlefield
  54. Lou Antonio
  55. Whom Gods Destroy
  56. The Mark of Gideon
  57. Sharon Acker
  58. David Hurst
  59. Eugene Dynarski
  60. The Lights of Zetar
  61. Jan Shutan
  62. Libby Erwin
  63. The Cloud Minders
  64. Diana Ewing
  65. Kirk Raymone
  66. Jimmy Fields
  67. Ed Long
  68. Fred Williamson
  69. Garth Pillsbury
  70. Harv Selsby
  71. The Way to Eden
  72. Linda_Rapelye
  73. Deborah Downey
  74. Requiem for Methuselah
  75. Louise Sorel
  76. The Savage Curtain
  77. Arell Blanton
  78. Carol Daniels Dement
  79. Robert Herron
  80. Nathan Jung
  81. All Our Yesterdays
  82. Mariette Hartley
  83. Stan Barrett
  84. Turnabout Intruder
  85. Sandra Smith
  86. Harry Landers
  87. Barbara Baldavin




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