SPOCK'S COCK: BOLDLY REWATCHING

Captain Ignaz Wisdom of the starship Spock’s Cock, at your service. Come aboard as we rewatch TOS, in original production order, and blog about it, occasionally while drunk.

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first-officer-banana:

"gurl, hold my mint julep"

spacepilots:

Goodness.

spacepilots:

Goodness.

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Friday’s Child

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Pages from the Official Star Trek Writers’ Guide, 1967

These excerpts from a 31-page photocopied writers’ guide for the original Star Trek series show how early Trek episodes were crafted. The guide, written in 1967, was meant to help writers for the year-old show—as well as prospective writers working on spec scripts—nail the tone and content of a typical “Trek” episode.

The pages list characters and their attributes (Captain Kirk is “a space-age Horatio Hornblower, constantly on trial with himself, a strong, complex personality”), outline dos and don’ts of costuming (no pockets; no space suits), and suggest places where writers working outside the studio can seek technical advice (ask nearby universities, ‘your local NASA office,’ or anyone in the ‘aero-space research and development industry’)…” (More)

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juliokirk:

Leonard Nimoy and his son, Adam, on the bridge.

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