I thought Star Trek New Voyages/ Phase II viewers might be interested in a little list I put together a while back of all the times Enterprise women wore weapons belts on The Original Series. (It wasn’t all that often.) I was able to come up with eight such instances.
Folks may heard the story of how Gene Roddenberry wanted some salt shakers for “The Man Trap”–which ended up not being appropriate for use as salt shakers–so Gene asked that they be pressed into service as medical and surgical instruments for Doctor McCoy. Gene Roddenberry had this to say in the book The Making of Star Trek by Stephen E. Whitfield & Gene Roddenberry:
With the holidays upon us–a time of home and hearth, I thought I’d take a minute to discuss the toast that Dr. Tristan Adams makes in the episode “Dagger of
Although some cultures (notably through Asia) celebrate the anniversary of people’s deaths (or deathdays), the practice has never been very widespread in the
Star Trek Phase II would like to take a moment to wish ”happy birthday” to Star Trek—The Original Series. Hardcore fans of Trek know that although Star Tre
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Back when Star Trek was still being broadcas by NBC, Gene Roddenberry created the first Official Star Trek Fan Club: Star Trek Interstellar. For $3.50 a ye