For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky


For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky

McCoy is dying. And he’s in love! And he’s getting married to a woman who lives on a spaceship set to crash into a planet. Lots happening as we put For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky in the Mission Log.

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  • Will Wright

    For some reason – this episode kind of reminded me of Space 1999. I wonder why?

  • nathankc

    “Ex Machina” novel is a good sequel to this episode as well as a sequel to The Motion Picture. Kirk as computer killer is a big player in the book.

  • Low Mileage Pit Woofie

    The regime on Yonada did seem harsh by our standards – or anyone’s standards really – but the results were that their society appeared to have remained stable and unchanged for millennia, far longer than any on Earth. It was possible that if they knew they were travelling on a spaceship, generations living, working and dying, most of them to reach a world that they might never see, the society could have radically shifted or even broken apart.
    Revisiting it reminded me of the recent TV series Wayward Pines, where a rural community lived in the eponymous town never realising they had been cryogenically frozen and revived in a post-apocalyptic future, secretly watched and protected by a select few who knew the truth, keeping it a secret because the reality of having lost the world and everything in it would be too much for many to bear…