Of course this comes as no surprise to a life-long Trek fan like me. Whenever people ask those that were involved with the original series what is was that set it apart, there's always one clear delineation – the writing. For modern viewers, every year that goes by means the sets become cheesier-looking, the costumes more outrageous and the aliens less exotic. But the writing endures.
|"Spock's Brain" – a low point|
It's younger sibling, "Star Trek: The Next Generation", came in at number 79 – an indicator of its overall quality as well.
|"The Trouble With Tribbles" – a very high point|