Feb 13, 2018
That's how many were executed at the directive of Governor Kodos of the failed Tarsus IV after a fungus destroyed most of the colony's food supply leaving 8,000 colonists to starve to death. Kodos ordered the deaths of the 4,000 so the other 4,000 colonists might live.
Among those survivors was James T. Kirk and, now, he's left with the task of figuring out if actor Anton Karidian is really Kodos the Executioner.
This week, we'll discuss this classic TOS episode and why it was one of Bill's favorites, even as a child. We'll talk about our favorite moments from this episode and examine the central question, "What, if anything, could Captain Kirk have done differently?
Plus, news on a brand new Star Trek merchandise portal on the world's biggest retailer, how William Shatner thinks he could be incorporated into Star Trek again, and listener voice mails in this episode of Your Independent Star Trek Podcast!
FIVE YEAR MISSION
We can’t thank FIVE YEAR MISSION enough. We are truly grateful to them for allowing us to use their music for every episode of Trek Geeks. You really should check them out–they’re writing and recording one original song for each episode of the classic Star Trek series from the 1960’s.
Warp on over to their website at FiveYearMission.net and check out all of their fantastic albums! You can hear them all: Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, The Trouble with Tribbles, and of course, the amazing Spock’s Brain! Plus, they’re wrapping up Year 4 right now!
Please show them some support and download all their music!