||Not bad at all! In fact, very good for the third series. Things seemed a bit strange and a bit dubious on several occasions, but then reality was getting a bit distorted for both crews as well. The alien was an interesting threat, although it seemed to go away very fast at the end. It's perfectly possible to generate intense feelings of anger by increasing adrenaline production combined with false information (which might be what the alien was doing). Some of the details were nice. Scotty's claymore was matched by Sulu finding a katana, Chekov a Russian broadsword and Kirk a naval officer's sword - although this is long before batleths were first seen. The Klingons here were much more similar to 'modern' Klingons than we have seen before in TOS. Kang is clearly recognisable, and hardly changed when they brought him back in DS9. The ending was very neat as well, albeit a bit quick. The new visuals were nice, with the exploding D7 providing plenty of debris. A decent episode.