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Uhura, possibly Chekov's arm, Scotty (looking as if he suspects Sulu of a dastardly deed), and Sulu (looking as if he may have pressed the wrong button.)

Uhura, possibly Chekov's arm, Scotty (looking as if he suspects Sulu of a dastardly deed), and Sulu (looking as if he may have pressed the wrong button.

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Lt. Cmdr. Gary Mitchell (Gary Lockwood) and Dr. Elizabeth Dehner (Sally Kellerman) - Star Trek: The Original Series S01E03: "Where No Man Has Gone Before" (First Broadcast: September 22, 1966)

Gary Mitchell (Gary Lockwood) and Dr. Elizabeth Dehner (Sally Kellerman) - Star Trek: The Original Series "Where No Man Has Gone Before" (First Broadcast: September

Star Trek: Voyager Screencap--"Dark Frontier"...And why shouldn't Captain Janeway stand this way in an officers' meeting (part 2)?

And why shouldn't Captain Janeway stand this way in an officers' meeting (part

"Star Trek: The Next Generation - All Good Things" - Last episode of the series

Five Sterling Examples of How To End a TV Show

Star Trek The Motion Picture.  Among my favorites.

Leonard Nimoy, William Shatner, and DeForest Kelley in Star Trek: The Motion Picture

Thirty years after Star Trek‘s second television series began, the majority of the cast delighted Star Trek Las Vegas convention attendees with funny stories and jokes during a 30th-anniversary celebration of Star Trek: The Next Generation. The cast turned down having a moderator for the panel. Despite a handful of boos from the audience, Marina …

'Star Trek: The Next Generation' Cast Reunites to Celebrate Anniversary of the Iconic Series

Star Trek: The Original Series S03E02: "The Enterprise Incident" (First Broadcast: September 27, 1968)

Possibly my favorite trek moment of all time! I think I laughed for 10 minutes straight!

Enterprise - "Awakening" Season 4 Episode 8

Enterprise - "Awakening" Season 4 Episode 8

broadcastarchive-umd: “ Happy birthday, Star Trek. Born stardate September 8, 1966. ”

48 years ago today Star Trek debuted on NBC, changing the face of popular culture, and introducing a generation to the moral and intellectual virtues of humanism.

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