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Star Trek: The Original Series Season 2

Episode 20 "Return to Tomorrow"

Stardate 4768.3: When the Enterprise visits a long dead planet, a voice calls out to Kirk from deep under the planet's surface asking for assistance. The senior officers are skeptical of Sargon's intentions, but Kirk decides to help and beams down to investigate. The landing party finds three living, highly intelligent, but disembodied entities living inside globes. They are Sargon, his wife Thalassa, and his former enemy Henoch. The remainder of their race has died, and Sargon no longer sees his differences with Henoch to be of any importance. Sargon wants to build android bodies that will contain their intelligence so that they can travel the galaxy and help others avoid the problems that led to their demise. But, in order to perform this task, they need the dexterity of human bodies to build the androids, and Sargon manages to convince Kirk to allow them to use the bodies of the captain, Spock, and Dr. Mulhall for short periods of time. After centuries of being disembodied, the aliens enjoy their brief experiences with human sensations. Henoch, however, decides that he wants to keep Spock's body and poisons Kirk/Sargon so that he will not interfere. But Sargon escapes, using powers that Henoch is unaware of, and Kirk's body is kept alive in sickbay until his mind can be returned to it from the globe. Sargon then destroys the globes and tricks Henoch into leaving Spock's body. Henoch dies, and Spock's consciousness, safely stored inside Nurse Chapel, returns to his own body. Now realizing the temptations of occupying human bodies and the unappealing nature of living inside an android, Sargon and Thalassa willingly abandon their work and accept oblivion and whatever awaits them
 
 
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