Star Trek

Season 1 Episode 3

Where No Man Has Gone Before

Aired Unknown Sep 22, 1966 on NBC

Episode Fan Reviews (14)

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  • Fantastic episode of the classic show.

    This episode has everything a fan of science fiction could ever want. Action, moral decisions, life and death struggles. Of all the Star Trek episodes to follow, this might be the most brutal ever filmed. The fight to the death between Mitchel and Kirk is far more primal and realistic than the sanitized versions of "fights" you will get now. Although William Shatner is performing for the first time as the character that would forever define him, James Kirk, he appears completely comfortable with that character. Leonard Nimoy, as Spock, has not yet found his own way, and it can be a little jarring to see the more emotional way he portrays the Vulcan. Overall, this is a top level Star Trek. If you have never watched the series before, this is a great place to start.
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