Evil never gets tired. The burden is on the rest of us to guard against these forces and confront them whenever they rise up.
Would a craftsman or artist or deep thinker from past centuries see anything useful in Facebook, human-less tech support, or the latest craptastic Netflix series?
This triangle is an interesting twist on colonialism and the Cold War power structure...
No matter how noble our intentions, we must prove ourselves again and again.
Spock in "The Galileo Seven" is less like Captain Bligh and more reminiscent of the best and the brightest...
"I've already had as much shore leave as I care for."
Governments paint their enemies in broad brushstrokes and make war for mystifying reasons...
The prosecution of war crimes doesn't end with the complex matters of identifying the crimes and those who committed them.
Spock is the central character of "The Menagerie," and it's Spock who demonstrates Star Trek's recurring theme of sacrifice.
The episode's premise is simple and a stark demonstration of our whole reason for being here: exploration.