After the Enterprise encounters a severe ion storm that results in the disappearance and presumed death of a crewman, Captain Kirk is held responsible and is ordered to stand trial for negligence and perjury. With his future as a starship commander on the line, Kirk's only hope lies with a scrappy and very old fashioned defense attorney, but his sworn testimony is still no match for the damning evidence provided by his main accuser: the computer logs of the Enterprise. Once again, "Star Trek" deftly explores the conflict of man versus machine -- and, in effect, man versus himself -- in "Court Martial," a superbly-acted, socially relevant and very entertaining episode that's filled with aspirational and unforgettable moments.
Special Guest: Dave Rossi (Associate Producer: "Star Trek: Enterprise"; Visual Effects Producer: "Star Trek: The Original Series Remastered")
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