Kirk, Spock, and McCoy are imprisoned in a zoo by slug-like creatures who do not believe the Enterprise crewmembers are intelligent.
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Spock, Uhura and Sulu are captured by the Kzinti, a dangerous enemy trying to collect the ancient technology of the Slavers.
On a planet covered almost completely by oceans, Kirk and Spock are turned into water-breathing creatures from a species distrustful of air-breathers.
The Enterprise is trapped in the Delta Triangle with a Klingon ship, where they find other vessels and their crews all living in harmony.
Everyone on the Enterprise begins to shrink after being hit by a mysterious energy surge that shatters the ship’s dilithium crystals.
No one is more surprised than Harry Mudd when the love potion he’s been selling causes Spock to fall in love with Christine Chapel.
The crew returns to the “Shore Leave” planet, only to find that the computer, resenting its role as a servant, has made fantasy run amok.
The Enterprise enters the center of the galaxy, where magic has more power than technology.
A cloned giant from the Eugenics Wars wants to clone Spock in his own image as a galactic peacemaker.
The Enterprise crew rescues a missing philanthropist whose fiancee is aboard the ship.
The Enterprise rescues Cyrano Jones and a new breed of tribbles from a ship of angry Klingons.
Star Trek XI Writer Roberto Orci is mulling over a new Star Trek animated series.
For some Star Trek fans, it has been too long since they’ve been able to enjoy a Star Trek show on television, so like fans of the original series back in the early 1970s, they would be satisfied with an animated series, as long as the episodes were more like Yesteryear and less like The Infinite Vulcan.
Nothing definite is in the works (yet) but when Orci was asked about the possibility of a new animated series, he had this to say: “We’ve actually talked about it. Let’s see!”
The Enterprise visits a planet where a race of seductive women suck the life force out of men to remain alive.
When a huge cosmic cloud ingests a planet, Spock must determine whether it is sentient.