Doctor Who… As far as a Science Fiction show goes, this show has three things that I would definitely say is definitely similar to that of, ‘Star Trek’… That being the fact that both shows have been entertaining audiences since the 60s, (‘Star Trek’ being an American science fiction show that started airing in 1966, and Doctor Who being a British science fiction show that started airing in 1963.) 955 more words
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Broadcast: September 8, 1966 (Read our thoughts on the previous episode, The Enemy Within)
Writer: George Clayton Johnson
Director: Mark Daniels
Plot Summary: The Enterprise arrives at a world to carry out physical exams on an archaeologist and his wife but a routine mission takes a deadly turn when a crew member is found dead and covered in strange markings. 646 more words
Okay, perhaps one of the greatest U.S. produced low-budget animated films of all time… but still a great toy ad. The basic premise behind making the film was to kill off the ’84-’85 toy line and introduce new characters for kids to buy. 171 more words
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SPOCK: I am preparing to toast a ‘marsh melon’.
McCOY: Well, I’ll be damned. A marsh melon. Where did you learn to do that?
SPOCK: Before leaving the ship I consulted the computer library to familiarise myself with the customs associated with ‘camping out.’
The Enemy Within
Broadcast: October 6, 1966 (Read our thoughts on the previous episode, Mudd’s Women)
Writer: Richard Matheson
Director: Leo Penn
Plot Summary: A transporter malfunction causes Captain Kirk to be split into two individuals, one good and one evil. 516 more words
I like bizarre trivia. New information that makes my eyebrows raise and my brain freeze.
Information that I don’t need to know. We are inundated with this kind of crap on every web-site we open…from Facebook to Buzz feed, the weird stuff begs us to click and look. 293 more words