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Star Trek: The Original Series Season 2

Episode 1 "Amok Time"

Stardate 3372.7: While on course for Altair VI, Kirk learns from his chief medical officer that Spock's behavior is becoming increasingly irrational. When Kirk questions his first officer, Spock insists that all he needs is rest on his home planet of Vulcan. Kirk tries to accommodate Spock, but when inauguration ceremonies on Altair VI are rescheduled, the trip to Vulcan is cancelled. Spock changes the ship's course to Vulcan, and when Kirk learns what has happened he orders a complete medical examination of his first officer. McCoy soon discovers that Spock must be taken to Vulcan as soon as possible or he will die. Because of ritual ceremonies in childhood, Vulcans are bound to their mates while still young and are drawn to a time of mating when they are an adult. The physiological pressures are too strong to ignore, and if they aren't relieved they will prove fatal. Kirk disobeys direct orders and heads for Vulcan. Once there, Kirk, Spock, and McCoy beam down for the ceremony during which Spock's chosen mate, T'Pring, announces that she does not wish to be Spock's consort and invokes the Vulcan right of challenge. Spock must fight for her, but T'Pring selects Kirk as her champion instead of Stonn, a Vulcan male that T'Pring wants but will not risk by making him her champion. Kirk accepts the challenge, thinking that Spock is too weak to fight a healthy Vulcan, but he is unaware that the fight is to the death! During the fight McCoy is allowed to give Kirk a better chance by injecting him with a tri-ox compound, but Spock is too strong and chokes the captain to death. While McCoy takes the body back to the Enterprise, Spock feels his mating urge has vanished. He surrenders T'Pring to Stonn and returns to the ship. Once aboard he finds that Kirk is not dead after all. Instead of a tri-ox compound, McCoy slipped in a neural neutralizer which simulated death. Pleased at seeing his captain alive, Spock experiences a brief period of jubilation before returning to his normal, logical self
 
 
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