The Enemy Within
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Episode:  5     Airdate:  October 6, 1966
Mudd's Women
©1978 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  4     Airdate:  October 13, 1966
What Are Little Girls Made Of?
©1978 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  10     Airdate:  October 20, 1966
Miri
©1978 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  12     Airdate:  October 27, 1966

Catalog Number 05092-2
Running Time 200 minutes
Issued August 31, 2004
Languages / Channels English 5.1
English 2.0
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5 4.98 mb/s 7 50min 18sec
4 5.17 mb/s 6 50min 20sec
10 5.30 mb/s 7 50min 22sec
12 5.22 mb/s 8 50min 20sec

The Enemy Within
Directed by Leo Penn
Written by Richard Matheson
Produced by Gene Roddenberry
Starring William Shatner
Leonard Nimoy
Featuring DeForest Kelley
James Doohan
George Takei
Grace Lee Whitney
Stardate 1682.1
A transporter malfunction causes Kirk to be split into separate beings: one compassionate, the other savage. Spock and McCoy suffer along with their friend as Kirk confronts a side of his nature no man should see. His only hope for survival is to reunite his two selves. But Kirk's passive half is losing the ability to make decisions, and a stranded landing party is slowly freezing to death on the planet below. This episode marks the birth of the Vulcan neck pinch and McCoy's now classic line, "He's dead, Jim."

Mudd's Women
Directed by Harvey Hart
Story by Gene Roddenberry
Teleplay by Stephen Kendel
Produced by Gene Roddenberry
Starring William Shatner
Leonard Nimoy
Guest Star Roger C. Carmel
Featuring DeForest Kelley
James Doohan
George Takei
Nichelle Nichols
Grace Lee Whitney
Stardate 1329.1
Kirk beams aboard the crew a a vessel destroyed by asteroids but at a price. All but one of the Enterprises dilithium crystals have burned out. The commander of the destroyed transport is Harry Mudd (Roger C. Carmel), scoundrel and space pirate. His cargo: three hypnotically beautiful women who immediately disrupt the normal workings of the ship. Kirk heads for Rigel 12, a dilithium mining colony. But Mudd secretly contacts the miners and Kirk discovers they will only trade the crystals for Mudd's Women.

What Are Little Girls Made Of?
Directed by James Goldstone
Written by Robert Bloch
Produced by Gene Roddenberry
Starring William Shatner
Leonard Nimoy
Guest Stars Michael Strong
Sherry Jackson
Ted Cassidy
Majel Barrett
Featuring Nichelle Nichols
Stardate 2712.4
The Enterprise is assigned to discover what has become of Dr. Robert Korby (Michael Strong), the "Pasteur of Archaeological medicine." There's been no word from him for five years. When Korby is found living in the tunnels of a frozen planet, his fiancée Christine Chapel and Kirk beam down. They're horrified to learn that Korby has developed the ultimate android in hopes of populating the universe with them. To prove his theory sane, Korby manufactures an android Kirk - but not before the real Kirk programs it, warning Spock.

Miri
Directed by Vincent McEveety
Written by Adrian Spies
Produced by Gene Roddenberry
Starring William Shatner
Leonard Nimoy
Guest Stars Kim Darby
Michael J. Pollard
Featuring Grace Lee Whitney
DeForest Kelley
Stardate 2713.5
Investigating an old style distress signal, Kirk, Spock, McCoy and a landing party beam down to a planet that's identical to Earth. They find a decaying 20th Century city inhibited by only "ancient children," diseased by a life-prolonging project that killed off the adults 300 years before. Aging imperceptibly, the children contract the disease when they reach puberty. Among the rubble, Kirk discovers Miri (Kim Darby), their only hope for survival, when all are stricken with the still contagious plague.


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