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Star Trek: The Original Series Season 2

Episode 18 "The Immunity Syndrome"

Stardate 4307.1: After a long and tiring patrol the Enterprise crew are due for shore leave, but a priority message from Starfleet ends all of that with orders to assist in a rescue operation. All contact has been lost with solar system Gamma 7A, and the Enterprise is ordered to investigate. As the ship heads toward that region of space, Spock suffers a severe mind jolt and insists that the starship Intrepid (NCC-1631), manned exclusively by Vulcans, has been destroyed. The Enterprise moves closer and discovers only a zone of darkness in an area once populated by an entire star system. Kirk decides to enter the zone to investigate. While inside, Scotty reports a power drain from engineering, and McCoy informs the captain that the entire crew is suffering from a unexplained life-draining phenomenon. Without the power to leave the zone of darkness, the ship continues to advance and soon discovers a giant spacegoing amoeba that uses planetary systems as sources of food and energy. Spock takes a shuttlecraft closer to the amoeba in order to investigate and attempt to find the amoeba's weak spot. He discovers that the amoeba is ready to reproduce, and everyone realizes the danger that this emplies. Kirk orders the ship closer in an effort to plant an anti-matter bomb at its nucleus. After planting the bomb, the Enterprise tries to move away. Spock's shuttlecraft is detected, and Kirk orders a tractor beam locked onto the small vessel. Energy levels, though, are falling too fast, and the ship runs out of power just as the bomb detonates. Luckily, the Enterprise and Spock's shuttlecraft escape just in time
 
 
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