City on the Edge of Forever
- McCoy’s gross “sick” makeup - Over the top OR way over the top?
- Starting out with a full cast in the landing party and ending up with a Kirk/Spock episode.
- George Takei’s documentary, To Be Takei, chronicling World War II Internment Camps.
- Andy’s belief that an optimistic, Star Trek future is possible.
- Kirk is a Man of Action, forced to take no action
- The Guardian of Forever must have been the inspiration for Stargate.
- Author and Science Fiction award-winning writer, Harlan Ellison.
- Who wouldn’t fall in love with Edith Keeler?
- The incomparable Joan Collins.
- The World War II generation actually watched this episode live.
- Jessica shares her observations about the history of WWII.
- Edith kisses Kirk, not the other way around.
- Couldn’t they just bring Edith back with them? Nope.
- Andy reveals his ACTUAL FAVORITE EPISODE!
- It’s all about one moment, “Jim, Edith Keeler must die.”
4 of 5 Guardian of Forevers
Star Trek's got a lot of time travel, so if you enjoy looking at our history back in time, the suggestions are Tomorrow is Yesterday and Assignment Earth.
Next Up: Space Seed
Since eugenics was mentioned, I think the Enterprise will have to deal with an alien device or virus that creates a super powerful or super fast human.