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Starring William Shatner Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Season 2 (NBC) (1967-68)
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NBC Fridays 8:30-9:30pm Eastern (26 episodes)

DeForest Kelley promoted to opening credits from the start of season 2

2.1 [--] Star Trek: AMOK TIME  (verified on film)
Desilu production in association with Norway Corporation - prod. no. 34
15 September 1967 NBC Fri
Produced by Gene L. Coon / Directed by Joseph Pevney / Written by Theodore Sturgeon
music composed & conducted by Gerald Fried; director of photography: Jerry Finnerman.
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Celia Lovsky ........ T'Pau
Also Styarring:
Arlene Martel ....... T'Pring
Lawrence Montaigne .... Stonn
Featuring:
Majel Barrett ...... Christine Chapel (recurring)
George Takei ....... Sulu (recurring)
Nichelle Nichols ... Uhura (recurring)
Walter Koenig ...... Chekov (recurring)
Byron Morrow ....... Admiral Komack
Spock goes through emotional changes at odds with his Vulcan roots, and he and Captain Kirk end up in
a fight to the death.

2.2 [--] Star Trek: WHO MOURNS FOR ADONAIS?  (verified on film)
22 September 1967 NBC Fri
Desilu production in association with Norway Corporation
Produced by Gene L. Coon / Written by Gilbert Ralston / Directed by Marc Daniels
director of photography: Jerry Finnerman
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Michael Forest .... Apollo
Leslie Parrish .... Lt. Carolyn Palamas
Featuring:
James Doohan
George Takei
Nichelle Nichols
Walter Koenig ...... Chekov (recurring)
John Winston ....... Lt. Kyle (recurring)
The Enterprise is stopped in its tracks by what appears to be the Greek god Apollo.

2.3 [--] Star Trek: THE CHANGELING  (verified on film)
29 September 1967 NBC Fri
Desilu production in association with Norway Corporation
Produced by Gene L. Coon / Written by John Meredyth Lucas / Directed by Marc Daniels
director of photography: Jerry Finnerman
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Featuring:
James Doohan
Nichelle Nichols
George Takei
Majel Barrett
With:
Blaisdel Makee ...... Lt. Singh
Barbara Gates ....... Crewwoman
Meade Martin ........ Crewman
Arnold Lessing ...... Security Guard (Lt. Carlisle)
Vic Perrin .......... Nomad's voice
When the crew encounter a tiny probe bent on destroying all life in the universe you have to hope
they can save us!

2.4 [--] Star Trek: MIRROR, MIRROR  (verified on film)
6 October 1967 NBC Fri
Desilu production in association with Norway Corporation
Produced by Gene L. Coon / Written by Jerome Bixby / Directed by Marc Daniels
director of photography: Jerry Finnerman
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Barbara Luna .... Lt. Marlena Moreau
Featuring:
James Doohan
George Takei
Nichelle Nichols
Vic Perrin ......... Tharn
Walter Koenig ...... Chekov (recurring)
John Winston ....... Lt. Kyle (recurring) (voice of Computer)
Garth Pillsbury .... Wilson
Pete Kellett ....... Kirk's Henchman (Farrell)
Beamed up during an ion storm, which causes a transporter malfunction, the landing party of Kirk, McCoy,
Scotty and Uhura find themselves in a mirror universe aboard a parallel Enterprise run by ruthless barbarians.
The ion storm also caused their malicious counterparts to beam to the real starship. Kirk and the others must
find a way home before they are discovered and exposed by their parallel crew members, who use treachery,
back-stabbing and seduction to get what they want.

2.5 [--] Star Trek: THE APPLE  (verified on film)
13 October 1967 NBC Fri
Desilu production in association with Norway Corporation
Produced by Gene L. Coon / Written by Max Ehrlich / Directed by Joseph Pevney
director of photography: Jerry Finnerman
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Keith Andes ........ Akuta
Co-Starring:
Celeste Yarnall .... Yeoman Martha Landon
Featuring:
James Doohan
David Soul ......... Makora
Walter Koenig ...... Chekov (recurring)
Jay Jones .......... Ensign Mallory
Jerry Daniels ...... Marple
John Winston ....... Lt. Kyle (recurring)
Mal Friedman ....... Hendorff
And:
Shari Nims ......... Sayana
Kirk sets out to find out the secret of the god like Vaal, the ruler of a primitive race.

2.6 [--] Star Trek: THE DOOMSDAY MACHINE  (verified on film)
20 October 1967 NBC Fri
Desilu production in association with Norway Corporation
Written by Norman Spinrad / Directed by Marc Daniels
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
William Windom .... Commodore Matt Decker
Featuring:
James Doohan
George Takei
Elizabeth Rogers .... Lt. Palmer
With:
John Winston ....... Lt. Kyle (recurring)
Richard Compton .... Washburn
John Copage ........ Elliott
Tim Burns .......... Russ
Jerry Catron ....... Montgomery
The U.S.S. Constellation and its crew were destroyed by a giant robot ship which consumes planets for fuel,
leaving only a guilt-ridden Commodore Decker aboard the crippled ship. Kirk beams over to begin repairs while
Decker beams aboard the Enterprise. After Kirk loses radio contact with the Enterprise, the obsessed Commodore seizes
command of the starship, determined to destroy the planet-killer, even at the cost of Kirk's ship and the entire crew.

2.7 [--] Star Trek: CATSPAW   (verified on film)
Desilu production in association with Norway Corporation - prod. no. 30
27 October 1967 NBC Fri
Produced by Gene L. Coon / Written by Robert Bloch / Directed by Joseph Pevney
music composed & conducted by Gerald Fried / director of photography: Jerry Finnerman.
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Antoinette Bower .... Sylvia
Co-Starring:
Theo Marcuse ........ Korob
Featuring:
James Doohan
George Takei
Nichelle Nichols
Walter Koenig
Mike Barrier ........ Lt. Vincent DeSalle
With:
John Winston ........ Transporter Chief (Lt. Kyle) (recurring)
Rhodie Cogan ........ First Witch
Gail Bonney ......... Second Witch
Maryesther Denver ... Third Witch
Jimmy Jones ......... Crewman Jackson
A different sklant on the usual Star Trek fare in this episode, as the crew become embroiled in an eerie gothic tale.

2.8 [--] Star Trek: I, MUDD  (verified on film)
Desilu production in association with Norway Corporation
3 November 1967 NBC Fri
Produced by Gene L. Coon / Written by Stephen Kandel / Directed by Marc Daniels
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Roger C. Carmel ..... Harry Mudd (Harcourt Fenton Mudd)
Co-Staring:
Richard Tatro ....... Norman
Alyce Andrece ....... Alice #1 through 250
Rhae Andrece ........ Alice #251 through 500
Featuring:
James Doohan,
Nichelle Nichols
George Takei
Walter Koenig
Kay Elliot .......... Stella Mudd
Mike Howden ......... Lt. Rowe
Michael Zaslow ...... Ensign Jordan
An old adversary rears his head again, and this time he has a whole world of anfroids at his command!

2.9 [--] Star Trek: METAMORPHOSIS (verified on film)
Desilu production in association with Norway Corporation - prod. no. 31
10 November 1967 NBC Fri
Produced by Gene L. Coon / Written by Gene L. Coon / Directed by Ralph Senensky
music composed & conducted by George Duning; director of photography: Jerry Finnerman.
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Stars:
Glenn Corbett ....... Zefram Cochrane
Elinor Donahue ...... Commissioner Nancy Hedford
Featuring:
James Doohan,
George Takei
Nichelle Nichols
(no other cast)
An unusual love story takes place on a planet where a shuttle from the Enterprise is trapped.

2.10 [--] Star Trek: JOURNEY TO BABEL (verified on film)
Desilu production in association with Norway Corporation
17 November 1967 NBC Fri
Produced by John Meredyth Lucas / Written by D.C. Fontana / Directed by Joseph Pevney
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Stars:
Miss Jane Wyatt ...... Amanda
Mark Lenard .......... Ambassador Sarek
Featuring:
Nichelle Nichols
William O'Connell .... Thelev
Majel Barrett
Walter Koenig
John Wheeler ......... Gav
James X. Mitchell .... Lt. Josephs
And:
Reggie Nalder .... Shras
The Enterprise hosts a number of quarrelling diplomats, including Spock's father, but someone on board
has murder in mind.

2.11 [--] Star Trek: FRIDAY'S CHILD  (verified on film)
Desilu production in association with Norway Corporation - prod. no. 33
1 December 1967 NBC Fri
Produced by Gene L. Coon / Written by D. C. Fontana / Directed by Joseph Pevney  
music composed & conducted by Gerald Fried / director of photography: Jerry Finnerman.
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Julie Newmar ....... Eleen
Also Starring:
Tige Andrews ....... Kras
Michael Dante ...... Maab
Featuring:
James Doohan
George Takei
Nichelle Nichols
Cal Bolder ......... Keel
Ben Gage ........... Akaar
Walter Koenig
Kirk Raymond ....... Duur
Bob Bralver ........ Grant
A twisted power play is undertaken as Kirk competes with the Klingons for a lucrative mining contract.

2.12 [--] Star Trek: THE DEADLY YEARS (verified on film)
8 December 1967 NBC Fri
Produced by Gene L. Coon / Written by David P. Harmon/ Directed by Joseph Pevney
director of photography: Jerry Finnerman.
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Charles Drake ...... Commodore George Stocker
Also Starring:
Sarah Marshall ..... Dr. Janet Wallace
Featuring:
James Doohan
George Takei
Nichelle Nichols
Majel Barrett
Walter Koenig
Felix Locher ....... Dr. Robert Johnson
Carolyn Nelson ..... Yeoman Doris Atkins
Laura Wood ......... Elaine Johnson
And:
Beverly Washburn .... Lt. Arlene Galway
A landing party from the Enterprise is exposed to strange form of radiation which rapidly ages them.

2.13 [--] Star Trek: OBSESSION (verified on film)
15 December 1967 NBC Fri
Desilu production in association with Norway Corporation
Produced by John Meredyth Lucas / Written by Art Wallace / Directed by Ralph Senensky
director of photography: Jerry Finnerman.
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley .
Guest Star:
Stephen Brooks ..... Ensign Garrovick
*
James Doohan
Nichelle Nichols
Jerry Ayres ........ Ensign Rizzo
Majel Barrett
Walter Koenig
Kirk's obsessive nature takes over, as he is determined to stop a dangerous creature who got the better of
him eleven years earlier.
 
2.14 [--] Star Trek: WOLF IN THE FOLD (verified on film)
22 December 1967 NBC Fri
Desilu production in association with Norway Corporation
Produced by Gene L. Coon / Written by Robert Bloch / Directed by Joseph Pevney
director of photography: Jerry Finnerman.
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
John Fiedler ........ Hengist
Also Starring:
Charles Macaulay .... Jaris
Pilar Seurat ........ Sybo
Featuring:
James Doohan
George Takei
Charles Dierkop ..... Morla
Joseph Bernard ...... Tark
With:
Tania Lemani ........ Kara
John Winston ........ Transporter Chief (Lt. Kyle/Bartender)(recurring)
Virginia Aldridge ... Lt. Karen Tracy
Judy McConnell ...... Yeoman Tankris
Judi Sherven ........ Nurse
Scotty is accused of murdering a woman while on leave, an the evidence against him looks pretty convincing.

2.15 [--] Star Trek: THE TROUBLE WITH TRIBBLES (verified on film)
29 December 1967 NBC Fri
Desilu production in association with Norway Corporation
Produced by Gene L. Coon / Written by David Gerrold / Directed by Joseph Pevney
director of photography: Jerry Finnerman
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Co-Starring:
William Schallert .... Nilz Baris (Federation Undersecretary)
William Campbell ..... Koloth
Stanley Adams ........ Cyrano Jones
Whit Bissell ......... Lurry (Station K12 Manager)
Featuring:
James Doohan
Nichelle Nichols
Michael Pataki ....... Korax
Ed Reimers ........... Admiral Fitzpatrick
Walter Koenig
Charlie Brill ........ Arne Darvin
Paul Baxley .......... Ensign Freeman
David Ross ........... Guard
Guy Raymond .......... Trader
An iconic episode, as Kirk and co. face cute little creatures who can reproduce very quickly.

2.16 [--] Star Trek: THE GAMESTERS OF TRISKELION (verified on film)
5 January 1968 NBC Fri
Desilu production in association with Norway Corporation
Produced by John Meredyth Lucas / Written by Margaret Armen / Directed by Gene Nelson
director of photography: Jerry Finnerman
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Joseph Ruskin ...... Galt
Co-Starring:
Angelique Pettyjohn .... Shahna
Featuring:
Nichelle Nichols
James Doohan
Steve Sandor .... Lars
Walter Koenig
Jane Ross ....... Tamoon
Victoria George .... Ensign Jana Haines
Dick Crockett ..... Andorian Thrall
And:
Mickey Morton ..... Kloog
Kirk, Chekov and Uhura become entertainment pawns for a group of cruel aliens who force them to play their
violent games
 
2.17 [--] Star Trek: A PIECE OF THE ACTION  (verified on film)
12 January 1968 NBC Fri
Desilu production in association with Norway Corporation
Produced by John Meredyth Lucas / Teleplay by David P. Harmon & Gene L. Coon / Story by David P. Harmon
Directed by James Komack
director of photography: Jerry Finnerman
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Anthony Caruso ...... Bella Oxmyx
Co-Starring:
Victor Tayback ...... Jojo Krako
Lee Delano .......... Kalo
James Doohan
Nichelle Nichols
Walter Koenig
Featuring:
John Harmon ......... Tepo
Sheldon Collins ..... Tough Kid
Dyanne Thorne ....... First Girl
Sharyn Hillyer ...... Second Girl
Buddy Garion ........ Hood
And:
Steven Marlo ........ Zabo
The ship and crew land on a planet that seems to be a recreation of 1920's gangster-filled Chicago.

2.18 [--] Star Trek: THE IMMUNITY SYNDROME
19 January 1968 NBC Fri
Starring: William Shatner; With: Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley,
James Doohan, Nichelle Nichols, Walter Koenig, Majel Barrett
Guest Cast:
John Winston .... Lt. Kyle

2.19 [--] Star Trek: A PRIVATE LITTLE WAR  (verified on film)
2 February 1968
Desilu production in association with Norway Corporation
Produced by Gene L. Coon /
Teleplay by Gene Roddenberry / Story by Jud Crucis / Directed by Marc Daniels
director of photography: Jerry Finnerman
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Nancy Kovack ....... Nona
Michael Witney ..... Tyree
*
James Doohan
Nichelle Nichols
Ned Romero ......... Krell
Majel Barrett ...... Nurse Chapel (recurring)
Featuring:
Walter Koenig
Booker Bradshaw .... Dr. M'Benga
Arthur Bernard ..... Apella
Janos Prohaska ..... Mugato
Paul Baxley ........ Patrol Leader
And:
Gary Pillar .... Yutan
The Klingons are back, and this time they've become arms dealers for a primative society.

2.20 [--] Star Trek: RETURN TO TOMORROW  (verified on film)
9 February 1968 NBC Fri
Desilu production in association with Norway Corporation
Produced by John Meredyth Lucas / Written by John Kingsbridge / Directed by Ralph Senensky
director of photography: Jerry Finnerman
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Diana Muldaur .... Lt.Cmdr.Ann Mulhall/Thalassa
*
James Doohan
Nichelle Nichols
George Takei
Cindy Lou ......... Nurse
and:
Majel Barrett ...... Christine Chapel (recurring)

Kirk and the crew are on a mercy dash, as they go to the assistance of three powerful beings who are
the last of their kind.

2.21 [--] Star Trek: PATTERNS OF FORCE  (verified on film)
16 February 1968 NBC Fri
Desilu / Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
Produced by John Meredyth Lucas / Written by John Meredyth Lucas / Directed by Vincent McEveety
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Stars:
Richard Evans ....... Isak
Valora Noland ....... Deputy Secretary Daras
Special Appearance by:
Skip Homeier ........ Deputy Fuhrer Melakon
David Brian ......... John Gill
*
James Doohan
Nichelle Nichols
Patrick Horgan ...... Eneg
William Wintersole ... Abrom
Gilbert Green ........ S.S. Major
*
Walter Koenig
Ralph Maurer ....... SS Lieutenant
Ed McCready ........ S.S. Trooper
Peter Canon ........ Gestapo Lieutenant
Paul Baxley ........ First Trooper
Chuck Courtney ..... Davod
Bart La Rue ........ Newscaster
The crew find themselves in a reimaging of Nazi Germany while hunting a missing historian.

2.22 [--] Star Trek: BY ANY OTHER NAME   (verified on film)
23 February 1968 NBC Fri
Desilu / Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
Produced by John Meredyth Lucas / Written by ? / Directed by Marc Daniels
director of photography: Keith Smith (new)
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Warren Stevens ...... Rojan
Co-Starring:
Barbara Bouchet ..... Kelinda
Featuring:
James Doohan
Nichelle Nichols
Majel Barrett
Stewart Moss ........ Hanar
With:
Walter Koenig
Robert Fortier ...... Tomar
Lezlie Dalton ....... Drea
Carl Byrd ........... Lt. Shea
Julie Cobb .......... Yeoman Thompson
There are problems for Kirk as aliens commandeer the Enterprise in order to get home, a little trip of 300 years.
 
2.23 [--] Star Trek: THE OMEGA GLORY   (verified on film)
1 March 1968 NBC Fri
Desilu / Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
Produced by John Meredyth Lucas / Written by Gene Roddenberry / Directed by Vincent McEveety
director of photography: Jerry Finnerman
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Morgan Woodward ..... Capt. Ronald Tracey
Also Starring:
Roy Jenson .......... Cloud William
*
George Takei
Nichelle Nichols
Irene Kelly ......... Sirah
*
Morgan Farley ....... Yang Scholar
David L. Ross ....... Lt. Galloway
Lloyd Kino .......... Wu
Ed McCready ......... Dr. Carter
Frank Atienza ....... Kohn Villager
Kirk faces a deadly virus and a futile war, let's hope he can pull through and save the day.

2.24 [--] Star Trek: THE ULTIMATE COMPUTER (verified on film)
8 March 1968 NBC Fri
Desilu / Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
Produced & Directed by John Meredyth Lucas
Teleplay by D.C. Fontana / Story by Laurence N. Wolfe
director of photography: Jerry Finnerman
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
William Marshall .... Dr. Richard Daystrom
*
James Doohan
George Takei
Nichelle Nichols
Featuring:
Walter Koenig
Sean Morgan ........ Harper
Barry Russo ........ Commodore Robert Wesley
Kirk and a sub-skeleton crew are ordered to test out an advanced artificially intelligent control system that
could potentially render them all redundant.

2.25 [--] Star Trek: BREAD AND CIRCUSES (verified on film)
15 March 1968 NBC Fri
Desilu / Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
Produced by Gene L. Coon / Written by Gene Roddenberry & Gene L. Coon / Directed by Ralph Senensky
director of photography: Jerry Finnerman
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
William Smithers ..... Capt. R.M. Merik
Co-Starring:
Logan Ramsey ......... Claudius Marcus
Ian Wolfe ............ Septimus
William Bramley ...... Policeman
And:
Rhodes Reason ........ Flavius Maximus
Featuring:
James Doohan
Nichelle Nichols
Walter Koenig
*
Bart La Rue .......... Imperial Announcer
Jack Perkins ......... Master of Games
Max Kleven ........... Maximus/Achilles
And:
Lois Jewell .......... Drusilla
While searching for the crew of a destroyed spaceship, the Enterprise discovers a planet whose oppressive
government is a 20th-century version of Earth's Roman empire. Kirk, Spock, and McCoy meet the rebels,
seemingly sun worshipers, but are quickly kidnapped by the regime. The missing Captain Merrick is revealed
as the "First Citizen" and pawn of the regime, but he and the rebels ultimately help Kirk and company to
escape. Back on the Enterprise, Uhura observes that the crew's understanding that the rebels are sun worshipers
was not completely accurate.

2.26 [--] Star Trek: ASSIGNMENT: EARTH  (verified on film)
29 March 1968 NBC Fri
Desilu / Paramount production in association with Norway Corporation
Produced by Gene Roddenberry
Teleplay by Art Wallace, Story by Gene Roddenberry & Art Wallace
Directed by Marc Daniels
director of photography: Jerry Finnerman
Starring: William Shatner; Also Starring: Leonard Nimoy & DeForest Kelley
Guest Star:
Robert Lansing as Mister Seven (opening credits)
*
Co-Starring: (end credits)
Terri Garr .... Roberta Lincoln
*
James Doohan
George Takei
Nichelle Nichols
Walter Koenig
*
Don Keefer ........ Launch director Cromwell
Lincoln Demyan .... Sergeant
Morgan Jones ...... AF Col. Jack Nesvig
Bruce Mars ........ First Policeman
Ted Gehring ....... Second Air Force Policeman
Paul Baxley .... Security Chief
The Enterprise is assigned to visit the 20th century to study critical political tensions. After arriving,
the intercept a transporter beam that originates at least a thousand light-years from Earth. Who is the
20th century human who seems to command technology superior to that of the 23rd century Federation? Is he
here to preserve humankind as he claims? Or has he arrived on this critical day to start World War III?

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