The Mean “Star Trek” Trick

I’ve mentioned this development in other cherished pop artworks from when I was growing up. I played “Star Trek” right — I loved and watched all the original-run episodes (among the very select bits of TV I enjoyed), was sorry when it was canceled and correctly vowed that it had a potential enormous audience. But that was that — “Star Trek” felt whole to me. I had zero interest in having anything to do with it when it returned. It was very crucial to the show’s effect it was so optimistic and was far more than what it has become — a brand.I keep the original shows safe in my memory as part of my “Sci-Fantasy Three” — “Twilight Zone,” “The Outer Limits” and, yes, “Star Trek.”

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