STAR TREK: THE ORIGINAL SERIES EPISODE GUIDE: Covers All 80 Episodes with Extensive, Detailed Plot Summaries. Searchable. Companion to DVDs, Blu Ray and Box Set. [NOOK Book]

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STAR TREK: THE ORIGINAL SERIES EPISODE GUIDE: Covers All 80 Episodes with Extensive, Detailed Plot Summaries. Searchable. Companion to DVDs, Blu Ray and Box Set.

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Overview

This digital episode guide is handy Nook companion. Use it to quickly find your favorite episodes, to answer triva questions, to test your knowledge of the show, and to relive your favorite episodes.

Each of the entries includes --
The exact name of the episode
The episode ID number
Date it was first aired in the United States
Detailed description of the episode.
Names of the celebrity guest stars
Episode specific trivia.

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Episode 28 (Season 1 - Ep 28)
THE CITY ON THE EDGE OF FOREVER
First aired: 04/06/1967
Writer: Harlan Ellison
Director: Joseph Pevney
Guest stars: DeForest Kelley (Dr. Leonard Horatio "Bones" McCoy), James Doohan (Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott), George Takei (Lt. Hikaru Sulu), Nichelle Nichols (Lt. Nyota Uhura), Joan Collins (Sister Edith Keeler), John Harmon (Rodent), Hal Baylor (Policeman), David L. Ross (Galloway), John Winston (Transporter Chief), Bart La Rue (Guardian Voice (as Bartell La Rue)), Howard Culver (The Drunk), Bobby Bass (Scott's Stunt Double), Carey Loftin (Truck Driver), Eddie Paskey (Lt. Leslie), David Perna (McCoy's Stunt Double), Mary Statier (Edith's Stunt Double)

Summary: Dr. McCoy receives an accidental overdose of a powerful medication and becomes dangerously paranoid. He escapes into Earth's past and there changes history in a way that prevents the Federation from ever having existed! Kirk and Spock must follow their deranged friend into the past to rescue him and set right whatever McCoy changed, or they will be stranded in the past forever.

Details: Stardate: Unknown; The Starship Enterprise investigates temporal disturbances centered on a nearby planet. Sulu is caught in a console explosion during the investigation and suffers a heart flutter. Doctor McCoy is summoned to his aid and decides on a cordrazine shot to awaken him. Moments later, a further temporal disturbance causes the ship to shake violently; as a result McCoy accidentally injects himself with an overdose of serum, causing him to become violently paranoid. Delusional, he flees from the bridge and beams down to the planet.
Captain Kirk forms a landing search party made up of two security guards, himself, Spock, Scotty, and Uhura. Once on the planet, Spock finds that the source of the time distortions is an ancient ring of glowing, stone-like material. The ring speaks and, identifying itself as the "Guardian of Forever", explains that it is a doorway to any time and place, and displays periods of Earth's history in its portal opening. The team soon locates McCoy, but he runs away and leaps through the portal before anyone can stop him. Suddenly the landing party loses contact with the Enterprise. The Guardian informs the landing party that history has just been altered and that, as a result, the Enterprise no longer exists.
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  • Posted August 5, 2011

    Too much of a time waster

    No headings, no references to know where you are...you literally have to search page by page to get anywhere or any info...lots of info, but not organized at all...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 5, 2014

    Star Trek Rocks!

    And so does Mr. Sulu!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 10, 2013

    Awesome

    I love Star Trek!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 16, 2012

    To turtlefoot:

    I really wish you stupid nerdy teenagers would quit wasting the time it takes to read your socalled "reviews" and try to actually get a life. No one wants to read your nonsensical posts. Have a wonderful day.

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