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Star Trek: The Original Series Season 1

Episode 15 "Shore Leave"

Stardate 3025.3: When the Enterprise arrives at an uncharted planet with hopes of conducting shore leave, the initial scouting parties find no animal or insect life forms, but what they do find is a quiet and beautiful planet which appears perfect for their needs. Shore leave is cancelled, however, when McCoy sees a likeness of Alice in Wonderland follow a large white rabbit through a hedge and no explanation can be found for the sudden appearance of life forms. Sulu then finds a 20th-century firearm, Yeoman Barrows encounters Don Juan, and Lieutenant Rodriguez narrowly escapes from a Bengal tiger and a Japanese fighter aircraft which injures Specialist Teller. Kirk finds it hard to take McCoy seriously until he meets Finnegan, a practical joker at the academy, and an old girlfriend, Ruth. Spock manages to beam down to the planet just before the transporter becomes inoperative and informs Kirk that an energy field on the planet is draining power from the Enterprise. The two hypothesize that the thoughts of the landing party are being read and that objects are being manufactured based on their thought patterns. Kirk orders all personnel to meet at the beamdown point, but just as Kirk and Spock arrive, McCoy is killed by a mounted knight. Eventually, the caretaker of the planet appears and insists that his world is simply an amusement park and that nothing they have experienced is permanent. McCoy is revived by the sophisticated machinery below the planet's surface, and the caretaker invites the Enterprise crew to enjoy what his planet has to offer. Kirk accepts and wanders off with Ruth. Spock, meanwhile, insists that he has had all the shore leave that he cares for and retunes to the ship
 
 
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