mouser - 2008-02-09 That show was absolutely fabulous for many reasons.
- For all it's worth, this animated series' backdrops recaptured the cheesyness of the papier-maché sets of the original series.
- The cell animation recaptured the stillness of hazed-out looks of both original actors.
- The inanity of the dialogs reproduced the essence of the plots of the original series.
-1 star because we didn't get to see Kirk rip off his shirt, battle a rubbersaurus nor inter-racially make out with some green goddess.
kingarthur - 2008-02-09 "No, seriously, Spock. I mean it. How does this keep happening?"
This conversation was quickly followed by "Would you put your brain in a robot body?"
Meerkat - 2008-02-09 Right after this scene, Kirk tries to contact the disembodied Uhura voice that is the goddess of the planet.
"Kirk to Entity. Kirk to Entity."
Doomstein - 2008-02-09 Loved this show when I was a kid. Nickelodeon in the 80's ruled.
Blaise - 2008-02-09 Loved this show when I was a kid. NBC in the 70's ruled.
Corman's Inferno - 2008-02-09 I love the "Oh, not THIS again" expression of the alien in the background.
Spit Spingola - 2008-02-09 Nice stilted dialog. I wish they'd caricatured Kirk and Spock a little instead of making them look like the action figures that all used the same mold. Star Trek just isn't the same without Shatner's weird facial expressions. Hanna Barbera/Filmation were so boring but I enjoyed this short clip.
athodyd - 2008-02-09 "Star Trek just isn't the same without Shatner's weird facial expressions."