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The Naked Time

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Title : The Naked Time Rating : 2
First Aired : 29 Sep 1966 Stardate : 1704.2
Director : Marc Daniels Year : 2266
Writers : John D. F. Black Season : 1
Rating : 2.5000 for 2 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Guybrush Rating : 3
Review : A stupid concept for an episode, delievered in even more ridiculous fashion. But, a good showcase for the characters. That's an important positive for an early episode. Plus the script finds room for supporting cast to actually participate, a somehwhat rare occurance before TOS.
Reviewer : Indefatigable Rating : 2
Review : Fast-paced, dramatic and a bit of a daft plot; sums up a lot of the original series. This particular one gave a very thin excuse for the Enterprise to be plunging to her doom, but if we just accept it and let it happen, it plays out very well. Not sure what is my great moment, Sulu chasing around the corridors with his foil or the look on Kirk's face when Riley says he'll sing his song "one more time...". Now I've watched the whole of the first disc, my views on the remastered series are that it is even better than I expected. The new shots do stand out a little, but it enhances the story rather than detracting from it. The feel is still right, the ship even flies with her nose down during the credits just like she used to. I call upon any television executive reading this (although I doubt any will) to broadcast the series as soon as possible. Anyone who remembers it as it was will thoroughly enjoy Trek Remastered.
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