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Star Trek: The Original Series Season 2

Episode 23 "The Omega Glory"

Stardate not given: Upon approaching planet Omega IV, the Enterprise finds the missing starship Exeter (NCC-1672) in orbit but is unable to communicate with her. Kirk beams over with a landing party and finds all of the crew dead from a mysterious disease. After reviewing the chief surgeon's final log report which warns boarders not to carry the virus back to their ship, Kirk and the others hurriedly beam down to the planet. On Omega IV the landing party finds Captain Ron Tracey, commander of the Exeter, who has been living with a group of villagers called the Kohms since being stranded on the planet. But soon, Spock discovers that Tracey has also been violating the Prime Directive by killing hundreds of barbarian Yang raiders! Tracey takes the landing party captive and explains to Kirk that he believes Omega IV holds the secret to immortality and offers proof in the form of 1000 year old Kohn villagers. He then demands additional phasers from the Enterprise and forces McCoy to search for a longevity serum. But Kirk refuses to cooperate and is thrown into a cell with a Yang chieftain where he learns that Omega IV fought the devistating war that Earth avoided. McCoy eventually learns that exposure to the Omegan atmosphere kills the virus and that the inhabitants of Omega IV are long lived because they have evolved in that direction. Kirk and Tracey are forced to fight a duel to determine which side is good and which is evil. Kirk wins and, as the crew of The Enterprise arrive in time to save him and place Capt. Tracey under arrest, manages to convince the Yang leader, Cloud William, that the holy words and documents that they cherish must apply to everyone or they mean nothing. Cloud William does not fully understand but promises that the holy words will be obeyed
 
 
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