Ugh. Is it really Thursday? Again? Yup, afraid so. Well, if I have to cope with it, so do you.
You know the drill: It is the day of Thor, god of thunder, so Dayton Ward and I present to you our latest pile of drivel: a recap and analysis of the third-season original series Star Trek episode “Let That Be Your Last Battlefield,” brought to you by the fine folks at Tor.com.
Ever bought a black-and-white cookie at a deli, bitten into it, and found out only then that it was stale? Well, this is kind of like that, except the taste lasts for 50 minutes.
As long as you’re online, catch up on our recaps-and-analyses of third-season Star Trek with this handy index:
- Spock’s Brain
- The Enterprise Incident
- The Paradise Syndrome
- And the Children Shall Lead
- Is There in Truth No Beauty?
- Spectre of the Gun
- Day of the Dove
- For the World Is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky
- The Tholian Web
- Plato’s Stepchildren
- Wink of an Eye
- The Empath
- Elaan of Troyius
- Whom Gods Destroy
Please leave all comments at the Tor.com article. It makes them feel needed.
If this doesn’t permanently sour your appetite for all things Star Trek, we’ll see you again next week for “The Mark of Gideon.” That ought to do it.
Word to your Vulcan.