The Infinite Vulcan

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  • 7.7

    In the past, an augment from the Eugenics War landed on a planet that was populated by human like plants. While there, he became their king and wants to make peace by force across the universe. Years later, the Enterprise arrives on the planet...

    By GameraTrekkie, Jan 08, 2011

    This was a fairly interesting episode. Walter Koenig, Chekov from the original series, wrote this particular episode. 'The Infinite Vulcan' starts off really good with Sulu being poisoned by a "mobile plant" that Sulu mistakes as friendly. The aliens themselves are pretty cool, but kind of hard to explain what they look like.The best part of the episode is at the end when Dr. Keniclius 5 makes a giant Spock clone. It is a pretty good story, especially since it was written by Koenig, that alone makes this worth watching. I'd rank this episode as above average of the personal enjoyment scale.moreless

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  • 5.0

    Why, Gene?

    By cwr03, Aug 01, 2005

    Understandably, Roddenberry wanted to keep Star Trek alive in some form, but his choice of an animated, Saturday morning cartoon was just bad. Granted, some of the story lines were intriguing, and the animation allowed for a few things the limited special effects and budget of the original series could never produce. The actors\' performances are dry and lifeless, the animation itself is very poor with lots of still shots and conversations are just photos with moving lips, and the same shot may even be seen in many different episodes. I remember this from when I was a kid, but I don\'t remember it being this bad.moreless

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