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Desc:POWER OF THIS UNIVERSE, ENTER MY BEING
Category:Classic TV Clips, Religious
Tags:star trek, Magic, Spock, filmation, not canon
Submitted:codehappy
Date:08/17/10
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codehappy - 2010-08-17
Later in this episode Captain Kirk duels a Puritan in a battle of magic to save the devil. Seriously.

Bort - 2010-08-17
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Magicks_of_Megas-tu

memedumpster - 2010-08-17
I have these on DVD. I am such a terrible nerd that I've had them on DVD since before they were available on DVD.
Caminante Nocturno - 2010-08-17
Kirk's "this gives me an idea" smile at the end has me worried.
Fyren - 2010-08-17
He's channeling Ray Smuckles.

dead_cat - 2010-08-17
So they introduced fucking MAGIC to a fictional reality that already has teleporters, faster-than-light space travel, and a universe full of anthropoid alien races.
This shouldn't annoy me nearly as much as it does.
fluffy - 2011-08-21
Eh, plenty of the original series episodes had magic and telekinesis and other such bullshit in it. And Vulcans have always had some level of psychic ability too.

Adramelech - 2010-08-17
Clearly Spock knows how to harness the incredible power of The Secret.
cognitivedissonance - 2010-08-17
If I'm recalling my cartoon esoterica correctly, the writing staff on this show was almost entirely first wave Scientologists.

Squeamish - 2010-08-17
DeForest Kelley clearly wanted to be anywhere but the recording booth that day.
FeeFiFoFoTheFifeFifeBrown - 2010-08-17
The bizarre thing is that a very few of the animated episodes are actually much less ridiculous than norma; and decent expansions to the series, if you can believe that.

The Harry Mudd one is an example, of course. You can't go wrong with Harry Mudd.
codehappy - 2010-08-17
Oh, no doubt about that. The original series had space hippies, a planet where thoughts materialized, rock-beings that re-created Abraham Lincoln and Genghis Khan, an planet full of 20th-century Romans that spoke colloquial English, and "Spock's Brain". You could interchange any of that with any of the animated series and I doubt people would notice.

This is pretty ridiculous even by "Star Trek" standards though.

jyrque - 2010-08-17
"It's logical."
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