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Also on this disk is "The Conscience of the King," a memorable drama about a traveling Shakespearean troupe led by one Anton Karidian (Arnold Moss), who may or may not be the same man as Kodos the Executioner, former governor of a Federation planet who oversaw the mass murder of thousands of people rather than watch them starve to death during a food shortage. (Shortly after the deaths, Federation supply ships arrived and Kodos disappeared, right around the time that Karidian arrived as a classical actor touring the planets.) A nice twist: among victims of Kodos's wrongheaded mercy killings were relatives of Captain Kirk (William Shatner), adding a personal note to the mystery of Karidian/Kodos. Well-written (by Barry Trivers) and sensitively directed by a not-well-known but very interesting Hollywood filmmaker, Gerd Oswald.--Tom Keogh
McCoy and Spock are becoming an item to behold with this 12th episode, incomparable.
Volume 6 of The Star Trek original series DVD collection is similar to Volume 5: it's decent but not overall essential (except maybe MIRI).
Kirk encounters a young girl named "Miri"...she falls in love with Kirk, but gets jealous when she sees Kirk & Rand embrace.
I didn't care so much for Miri, never did, but I just had to see Conscience Of The King after reading Judith & Garfield Reeves Stevens book, Avenger, which (I won't give away too... Read morePublished on October 28, 2010 by Orion E. Hubbard
These are not two of the stronger eps from the first season but they are still worth viewing. The first ep, "Miri" is the stronger one with a very strong "Lord of the Flies" theme... Read morePublished on June 24, 2006 by Frederick Baptist
Captain Kirk is transporting Shakespearean acting group led by Anton Karidian to Benecia Colony on Planet Q. Read morePublished on November 30, 2005 by D. Nishimoto
These two episodes have their good points but suffer from poor execution.
In "Miri," Kirk (William Shatner), Spock (Leonard Nimoy), McCoy (DeForest Kelley), and their... Read more
"Miri" has always been one our family's favorite Star Trek episodes. So much so, that my son named his first-born daughter "Miri". Read morePublished on July 31, 2005 by William V. Mcclung
The Enterprise receives an Earth style distress signal from a planet that is an exact duplicate of the Earth in every detail. Read more
As wretched as these two are, it's worth owning Miri just to witness a 27 year-old Michael J.Pollard passing as a 14 year-old and hearing Shatner emote "NO BLAH-BLAH-BLAH!"Published on April 14, 2004 by M. Bergeron
Star Trek: The Original Series Volume 6 features two episodes originally aired in 1966:
"Miri:" Kirk, Spock, McCoy and Rand beam down to a planet inhabited by 300... Read more