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Worst of TAS

Nominees

Title Disc
Number
Episode
Number
Airdate Stardate Season Year Rating
Beyond the Farthest Star 1 1 8 Sep 1973 5221.3 1 2268 2
One of Our Planets Is Missing 2 3 22 Sep 1973 5371.3 1 2268 2
The Survivor 3 6 13 Oct 1973 5143.3 1 2268 2
Once Upon A Planet 6 9 3 Nov 1973 5591.2 1 2268 2
The Ambergris Element 8 13 1 Dec 1973 5499.9 1 2268 1
The Slaver Weapon 8 14 15 Dec 1973 4187.3 1 2267 1
The Eye of the Beholder 6 15 5 Jan 1974 5501.2 1 2268 2
The Pirates of Orion 9 17 7 Sep 1974 6334.1 2 2269 2
Bem 10 18 14 Sep 1974 7403.6 2 2269 2
The Practical Joker 9 19 21 Sep 1974 3183.3 2 2267 2
How Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth 11 21 5 Oct 1974 6063.4 2 2269 2
The Counter-Clock Incident 11 22 12 Oct 1974 6770.3 2 2269 2

Best

Title :  Beyond the Farthest Star
Director : 
Hal Sutherland
Writer(s) :  Samuel A. Peeples

Plotline

The Enterprise is dragged off course by an imploded star, Questar M-17. The crew discover an alien vessel in orbit around the star which is occupied by a shapeless alien life form. When the creature seizes control of the Enterprise, Kirk orders the ship onto a collision course with Questar M-17. Believing the ship is about to be destroyed, the creature departs the ship. In fact the Enterprise is able to use a slingshot manoeuvre to escape, leaving the creature trapped orbiting the imploded star forever.

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