Kirk tries to kill Kerry and Sherri in this episode at around the 35:00 mark. You’ll know it when you hear it.
Our old friend Q is back, and this time, he introduces our friends on the Enterprise to their most powerful foe yet.
All your salt are belong to us. An old flame of Dr. McCoy’s turns out to not be who she seems to be.
Talking Westeros is back to season 2! Aw, remember when Shae wasn’t a bitch?
In this episode, Sansa gets a nice surprise, Jaime smashes in his cousin’s head with a rock, and those dragons are still missing.
In this original, unaired pilot for Star Trek, we meet a captain who is questioning his leadership role, and an alien race who can make illusions real, but can’t put a human back together properly.
Data violates the Prime Directive by communicating with a young girl from a planet that is tearing itself apart. The Enterprise crew is then faced with the dilemma of whether or not they are allowed to save the planet’s inhabitants.
We wrap up Season 4 of Game of Thrones.
We all thought this was the most action-packed episode since The Blackwater.