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By saving a life in the 1930s, Dr. McCoy dangerously endangers the future, and forces Captain Kirk to make the most difficult decision of his life ("The City on the Edge of Forever"). Then Spock is once again forced to deal with his emotions after being infected by magic-shoppe vomit ("Operation: Annihilate!"). And as the first season of Star Trek comes to a close, Dan and Mike rank their top five episodes, go over the stats, and give their general impressions of the season as a whole. (Please pardon the slight echo of Mike's line, as well as the pops.) [ 1:14:31 || 36.2 MB ]

To listen, click here: http://www.earth-2.net/podcasts/theedgeofforever/episodes/theedgeofforever_014.mp3

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I'd never noticed that before. The Andy Griffith Show was filmed at Desilu Studios, so that explains it, but it's weird that such a famous part of such a popular show would have been reused in that manner.

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