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Star Trek - Season Two

Title Prod # Stardate Original US Airdate
Amok Time 34 3372.7 15 September 1967
Spock undergoes a Vulcan stage of life known as the Pon Farr where he is forced to mate with his bride, T'Pring. Trouble starts when T'Pring announces she would rather marry Stonn, a full Vulcan. T'Pring evokes her right to have Spock fight for her. However, she chooses Kirk as her champion, leaving Spock with a devastating choice...      
Who Mourns for Adonais? 33 3468.1 22 September 1967
The Enterprise crew are held captive by a powerful being who claims to be the ancient Greek God Apollo. The being demands the crew transfer down to the planet so they may worship him. Attempting to leave, Kirk soon discovers that he is the target of all the "God"s wrath and anger.      
The Changeling 37 3451.9 29 September 1967
The Enterprise is sent to investigate the destruction of a star system and its four billion inhabitants. When it arrives at the coordinates, the Enterprise is threatened by a probe calling itself Nomad. When Kirk identifies himself by name, Nomad mistakes him it's creator.      
Mirror, Mirror 39 Unknown 06 October 1967
Kirk, Scott, McCoy and Uhura enter a parallel universe where the crew of the Enterprise act as sadistic savages. Unbeknownst to them, their evil counterparts have entered their "normal" universe and seem determined to wreak havoc.      
The Apple 38 3715.3 13 October 1967
When a landing party beams down to the planet Gamma Trianguli VI, they find what appears to be an idyllic paradise. They quickly discover, however, that the planet is deadly, sporting plants that shoot thorns, rocks that explode, and incredibly accurate lightning bolts.      
The Doomsday Machine 35 4202.9 20 October 1967
Investigating the destruction of several planetary systems, the Enterprise discovers a crippled starship floating in space. Commodore Decker is the only one left on the ship and is soon found to be less than sound-minded when he takes control of the Enterprise and exposes it to lethal danger.      
Catspaw 30 3018.2 27 October 1967
Kirk, Spock and McCoy beam down to planet Pyris VII to discover Scotty and Sulu have been transformed into mindless zombies by beings known as Korob and Sylvia. The trio are taken prisoner and soon demonstrated the extend of their captors' powers when the Enterprise is subjected to immense heat.      
I, Mudd 41 4513.3 03 November 1967
The Enterprise is commandeered by an android masquerading as a Starfleet officer. Calling himself "Norman", the android takes the ship to a planet where the crew's old nemesis, Harry Mudd, has named himself leader of the colony of androids.      
Metamorphosis 31 Unknown 10 November 1967
Escorting Federation Commissioner Nancy Hedford for emergency medical treatment, the Galileo shuttlecraft is pulled off course by a mysterious energy entity which deposits it on a planet where none other than Warp Drive inventor Zephram Cochrane is living.      
Journey to Babel 44 3842.3 17 November 1967
The Enterprise plays host to Federation ambassadors on their way to the Babel Conference, including Sarek of Vulcan -- Mr. Spock's father. En route to Babel, Tellarite ambassador Gav is murdered and Sarek is the prime suspect, but he soon suffers a Vulcan heart attack. Soon thereafter, Captain Kirk is critically injured as well leaving Mr. Spock torn between his duties as a Starfleet officer and his duties as a son.      
Friday's Child 32 3497.2 02 December 1967
Sent to negotiate a mining treaty on planet Capella IV, Kirk discovers a Klingon agent has infiltrated the culture and become embroiled in a deadly conflict. Kirk and Spock must reveal the Klingon's involvement before it's too late and the planet plunges into permanent civil war.      
The Deadly Years 40 3478.2 08 December 1967
An Enterprise landing party finds an entire research team on Gamma Hydra IV suffering from rapid aging. Soon thereafter, Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, Dr. McCoy, Scotty and Lieutenant Galway begin to suffer from the affliction as well. Concerned about his command ability, Commodore Stocker convenes a competency hearing against Kirk with Mr. Spock as the prosecutor.      
Obsession 47 3619.2 15 December 1967
When an entire landing party is killed, Captain Kirk leads the Enterprise on a mission to destroy a malevolent entity that nearly destroyed him eleven years earlier.      
Wolf in the Fold 36 3614.9 22 December 1967
Scotty is implicated in a series of murders on planet Argelius II. Hengist, the local authority, wants to arrest Scotty, but Kirk intervenes and seeks the help of a priestess to clear his Engineer's name. Unfortunately, she's killed and once more the blame seems to fall at Scotty's feet...      
The Trouble With Tribbles 42 4523.3 29 December 1967
The Enterprise crew must contend with secret agents, insulting Klingons and furry Tribbles on a mission to protect a shipment of quadrotriticale stored aboard Space Station K-7.      
The Gamesters of Triskelion 46 3211.7 05 January 1968
Captain Kirk, Chekov and Uhura are kidnapped from the Enterprise and held captive on the planet Triskelion where they are forced to participate in barbaric exhibitions for the amusement of the unseen "Providers".      
A Piece of the Action 49 4598.0 12 January 1968
Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock and Dr. McCoy beam down to the planet Sigma Iotia to find the culture contaminated by a previous visit by the U.S.S. Horizon and modelled after Chicago's gangs of the 1920s.      
The Immunity Syndrome 48 4307.1 19 January 1968
After losing contact with the U.S.S. Intrepid and the Gamma 7-A star system, the Enterprise encounters a giant amoeba that is preparing to reproduce.      
A Private Little War 45 4211.4 02 February 1968
On a planet Captain Kirk had visited thirteen years earlier, he finds that the Klingons have been arming one side of the planet's natives and disrupting the balance of power. Meanwhile, injured on the planet's surface, Mr. Spock fights for his life in sickbay.      
Return to Tomorrow 51 4768.3 09 February 1968
Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock and Dr. Ann Mulhall volunteer their bodies to three super-beings so they can experience corporeal form once again, but one of the beings soon refuses to give up Mr. Spock's body.      
Patterns of Force 52 2534.0 16 February 1968
On the planet Ekos, famous historian and cultural observer John Gill appears to have violated the Prime Directive by introducing Nazi ideology to the Ekosians. Posing as a Nazi officer, Kirk resolves to find the truth.      
By Any Other Name 50 4657.5 23 February 1968
The Enterprise is captured by extragalactic aliens known as the Kelvans who plan to use the ship to return to their own galaxy; a voyage that will take over 300 years.      
The Omega Glory 54 Unknown 01 March 1968
The Enterprise encounters the U.S.S. Exeter abandoned in orbit of Omega IV. After boarding the ship, the landing party finds that the crew has been killed by a mysterious virus and that the ship's captain may be violating the Prime Directive.      
The Ultimate Computer 53 4729.4 08 March 1968
The Enterprise is outfitted with the new experimental multitronic unit, the M-5, a computer that may threaten the future of human exploration of space, but the experiment soon takes a terrible turn for the worse.      
Bread and Circuses 43 4040.7 15 March 1968
Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock and Dr. McCoy are taken prisoner on planet 892-IV where they find that the culture has taken a form very similar to ancient Rome.      
Assignment: Earth 55 Unknown 29 March 1968
The Enterprise travels through time to the year 1968 to fulfil its role in history when they encounter the mysterious Gary Seven, a space traveller with an unknown intent for an orbital nuclear warhead.      
 
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