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Star Trek: The Original Series Season 1

Episode 26 "Errand of Mercy"

Stardate 3198.4: While negotiations quickly break down between the Federation and the Klingon Empire, the Enterprise is sent to Organia, a planet of primitive people strategically located between the two sides. Kirk and Spock beam down in an attempt to convince the peaceful Organians to accept Federation aid and protection against the Klingons. The Organians, however, show no interest in their offer and suggest that they go back to the Enterprise as soon as possible. Confused by their response, Kirk tries to explain the benefits of Federation aid while emphasizing the horrors of a Klingon occupation. As predicted, the Klingons invade, and the Enterprise is forced to withdraw and wait for the Federation fleet. To help them, the Organians disguise Kirk and Spock as an Organian and a Vulcan merchant, but it isn't long until the two Enterprise officers sabotage a Klingon ammunition depot in an effort to keep the occupation army off balance and to show the Organians how to resist the Klingons. Shocked by what has taken place, the Organians reveal the identities of Kirk and Spock and allow them to be captured, but while they await execution the Organians set them free. Bewildered by their behavior, Kirk decides to ignore the Organians and concentrate on creating havoc for the Klingons while they wait for help. Meanwhile, the Enterprise returns to Organia, now reinforced with the Federation fleet. As both sides gear-up for battle, the Organians decide that something must be done and quickly deactivate every weapon on both sides. Not the primitives that they appeared, the Organians are actually highly advanced beings of energy who abhor violence. Both sides are forced to sign a peace treaty, leaving the Klingon commander musing over the glory that could have been
 
 
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