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This episode features the first use of rear-projected images on the main viewing screen (the moving starfield and planetary-system graphics), and the first appearance of thermal controls on the crew's uniforms.
Before the opening titles, one security guard is shown lying unconscious on the bridge; after the opening titles, we see two unconscious guards!
EVEN THOUGH I LOVED THIS EPISODE, I SAW WHERE THIS EPISODE WAS NOT SO POPULAR, BUT HEY, STAR TREK TAKES PLACE IN THE 23RD CENTURY, MAYBE TAKING SOMEONES BRAIN AND USING IT AS A... Read morePublished on August 16, 2013 by John J. Marco
"Spock's Brain" stops just short of being a parody of every mediocre Star Trek script ever written. You see, there are these scantily-clad priestesses who serve a machine that... Read morePublished on June 19, 2007 by Brian Overland
I have given this episode, the worst in my opinion of the entire series, 2 stars because this was my favorite television program of all time and any "Star Trek" episode is worth... Read morePublished on October 22, 2005 by Heather L. Parisi
This is a great Star Trek episode. If you don't think so then you either analyze star trek too deeply or have no sense of humor, possibly both. Read morePublished on August 16, 2003 by Keith A Singer
Don't be too hard on this episode. It's definitely a throwback to an earlier type of Sci-Fi -- Forbidden Planet and its ilk, with beautiful, brainless babes who must be rescued... Read morePublished on July 3, 2003 by Rebecca Menes