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Star Trek: The Original Series Season 2

Episode 10 "Journey to Babel"

Stardate 3842.3: The Enterprise is transporting a group of ambassadors from various planets across the Federation to the Babel Conference. Among the representatives are Spock's parents, Vulcan Anbassador Sarek and his Terran wife Amanda. Spock and Sarek have not spoken to each other for 18 years, ever since Spock joined Starfleet instead of the Vulcan Science Academy. On Babel, many controversial issues will be discussed, including the admittance of dilithium-rich Coridan into the Federation. During a formal reception, Ambassador Gav, an argumentative Tellarite who opposes the admission of Coridan, quarrels with Sarek. Gav is later found murdered, and the circumstances of his death point to Sarek as being the killer. When Sarek is confronted he suddenly falls in pain from a recently discovered heart condition. McCoy must operate on Sarek soon or he will die. However, there is not enough T-negative blood on board. Spock suggests using an experimental drug which speeds up the producion of blood, but McCoy hesitates. Meanwhile, Kirk is attacked and seriously wounded by the Andorian Thelev. With Kirk unable to command the ship, Spock assumes command and, because of regulations, can no longer be the blood doner for the operation. When Kirk learns of this, he conceals the seriousness of his injury to Spock and reassumes command. McCoy begins the operation just as an unidentified vessel attacks the Enterprise. Kirk learns that the Andorian is actually and Orion sent to disrupt negotiations and keep Coridan from becoming a protected planet under the Federation. It was he who killed Ambassador Gav, not Sarek. Kirk manages to disable the attacking vessel, but it self-destructs and the Orion commits suicide. Sarek recovers and makes peace with his son as both realize a common bond. Kirk reports to sickbay, and McCoy finally gets the last word
 
 
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