Star Trek Re-Watch: “All Our Yesterdays”

Thursday, yo! You know what that means, right? Right! Another thrilling installment of Star Trek Re-Watch, brought to you by me and David Mack (infinitydog) and hosted by people who are only just now beginning to figure out that they probably could’ve gotten someone else to do this cheaper, Tor.com.

This week, we look back at a rare gem from Star Trek‘s final season which is also the series’ penultimate episode, “All Our Yesterdays.” Cranky librarians, Kirk hassling the natives, and Mariette Hartley in a leather bikini. What’s not to love? Mr. Mack provides the episode recap this time around, and I get to remember that there was more to love than hate during this rare third-season bright spot.

So, head on over to Tor.com, and partake of our latest scribblings and musings, whydontcha? Jump on in and offer up some comment action, too. The Tor-folk have just unveiled a new look for their website, and they want people to “Oooo” and “Ahhh” over it, anyway.

The Mack/Ward Star Trek Re-Watch Archive:

Next Voyage: It’s the series finale, “Turnabout Intruder,” which brings to an end the original Star Trek‘s broadcast run. Is it a bang, or a whimper? More like a tortured wease, really. I get to provide the episode recap, and Mr. Mack will almost certainly eviscerate it during his analysis. Then we’ll all gather ’round for a rousing chorus of “Auld Lang Syne.”

Well, maybe, “Hit the Road Jack.”

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About Dayton Ward

Freelance word slinger, husband, dad, Trekkie, Tampa Bay Bucs fan, Rush fan (the band), observer and derider of human behavior. I know where my towel is.
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