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The Savage Curtain, TOS 3

Jordan | The Star Trek Project | Tuesday, January 30th, 2007

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Some months ago I got handed a mighty diss by one of my favorite humans on the whole planet, Cristin O’Keefe Aptowicz. I made some comment about watching Star Trek and she piped in: “Hey! Can we watch the one where they join forces with Abraham Lincoln?!?!?”


In case you were hoping that that one episode of Trek you saw late late late some night where Kirk & co. joined forces with Abraham Lincoln was maybe just some sort of fevered hallucination. . . alas, no. It’s real. And Gawwwwwd is it awful. Worse than And The Children Shall Lead? Well, I don’t know about that — but it is close. The only real way to shed any light on this episode is to use the language of the suburban twelve year old: Not only is this episode retarded, it is gay.

And there you have it.


  1. I completely agree. How can this be included with the other great episodes. I submit this one may be the worst one. Even worse than Spocks Brain!

    Comment by Sven Golly — May 24, 2012 @ 8:51 am

  2. I disagree I thought it was silly, but fun; it introduced both Kahless and Surak!

    Comment by Andrew Lindsey — August 18, 2012 @ 8:38 pm

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