"The Way to Eden," Ep. 75 - Kirk and crew must deal with the insane leader of a band of rebellious idealists who are searching for the fabled planet Eden. " Requiem for Methuselah," Ep. 76 - An outbreak of Rigellian fever aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise forces Kirk to find an antidote on Holberg 917-G, where he meets the mysterious genius Flint.
Wow. Some people here just analyze Star Trek way to much. It's a great show, always was and always will be. Kinda campy, but fantastic! How can you not love space hippies? Read morePublished on July 27 2007 by Robert F. Pucci
A requiem is a mass for the dead. Methuselah lived 900 years but did die. Not so Mr. Flint, and old and tired man who cannot die but who has been dead for millenia. Read morePublished on Sept. 29 2002 by Walter Mitty
Wow! Could you get two episodes more different than these?
The better of the two - though the less entertaining - is "Requiem for Methuselah," which brings Kirk, Spock... Read more
Volume 38 of Paramount's complete reissue of Classic Trek contains two episodes which document the inconsistent quality of the series third season. Read morePublished on May 29 2002 by Hank Drake
Gonna snap my fingers and jump for joy, gotta clean bill of health from Dr. McCoy!
So, the third season is usually panned but how could you not love Spock "reaching"... Read more
Two of the worst stories in the history of TOS, but for different reasons. The 'Way to Eden' makes the mistake of trying to be trendy, and so dates badly. Read morePublished on March 3 2002 by J Mark
These are two of my favorites. A way to Eden shows a different side of the crew I think. Spock is actually hip for once instead of just clueless to human emotion. Read morePublished on Dec 13 2001 by John J. Keel
"The Way to Eden"...absolutely the WORST "Star Trek" episode of all time. Lame script...bad acting, lousy "flipped" images. Read morePublished on Nov. 28 2001 by McHenry John