The Enterprise picks up a intergalactic conman, Harry Mudd, and three incredibly beautiful women who harbor a dark secret.
I’m not going to lie to you, this episode goes well off the rails. We discuss Mudd’s Women for approximately 15% of the podcast and the rest of it is spent wandering around what ridiculous trains of thought that we can come up with.
I would argue that this isn’t the best episode to begin with (of Star Trek or this podcast).
We discuss many adult concepts and giggle like 12 year olds.
A transporter malfunction causes Captain Kirk to split into his “good” and “evil” selves, and a landing party will freeze to death if the crew is unable to find a way to merge the two Kirks back together.
It’s hard to not like an episode that features an alien unicorn dog but Heath and Lee give it a red hot go!
It’s an interesting episode for discussion and maybe not so much for watching. Along with Unicorn Dog we discover “Useless Sulu” and also we wonder what Uhura does on her days off.
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Kirk’s friend, Gary Mitchell, is transformed into a God-like entity.
Wow! The third episode already and we’re talking about Where No Man Has Gone Before, the second pilot episode for Star Trek!
We learn that Heath does not have a huge lens for his camera, if you know what I mean. Lee is excited to be pirating toys via 3D printing technology and they also discuss the challenges of being endowed with god like abilities.
Where No Man Has Gone Before is a surprisingly strong episode and it very much speaks to why Star Trek endures 50 years later.