Star Trek Continues (2013– )
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Pilgrim of Eternity 

The original Apollo is back aboard the Enterprise and once again wreaks havoc. Is there any reasoning with him?



(Based upon "Star Trek" created by), (teleplay by) (as Steve Fratt) | 3 more credits »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Christopher Doohan ...
Mr. Scott (as Chris Doohan)
Diana Hale ...
Computer Voice (voice)
Kim Stinger ...
Wyatt Lenhart ...
Steven Dengler ...
Abbey Hazel ...
Nurse Temple


The Enterprise reconnoiters an anomalous object that has drained three emergency power stations. And in the process, Captain Kirk must take on a being he never thought he'd see again: Apollo. Now visibly aged, Apollo wants to live out what years remain to him in peace. But can he really lay aside his imperative for worship? Or will he always remain a positive menace to everyone around him? Written by Terry A. Hurlbut

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26 May 2013 (USA)  »

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This Series was in response to Fan wanting to see a fourth season of The Original Series (TOS) to help close and continue where Kirk left off. Even to go so far as getting some of the original actors to reprise their rolls or help create new ones. Mostly funded by fans, Vic and friends do a great job. As a fan I am pleased to say this series is keeping with the tradition of TOS and Gene Roddenberry's vision. Looking forward to a complete 13 episode 4th season and more. See more »


When Kirk carries the unconscious Uhura into Sickbay and places her on the biobed, her head slumps off to her right on the pillow. In a subsequent close-up, her head is straight and she's facing the ceiling. The following wide shot shows her with her head slumped off to her right. And then, after the life-sign monitors show that she's dead, her head slumps off to her left. See more »


Paladin: I'd like you to take a look at this gun. It's handcrafted to my specifications. Balance is excellent. The trigger responds to a pressure of one ounce.
Captain James T. Kirk: I'm quite familiar with the piece. Perhaps we could talk about this.
Paladin: I rarely draw it unless I mean to use it. Care for a demonstration?
Mr. Scott: Freeze program. Was she everything I promised, sir?
Captain James T. Kirk: And more! I've never seen a holographic program this detailed before. I swear I can almost smell the gun oil.
Mr. Scott: Aye, well she's still in the experimental stage, ...
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References Star Trek: Spectre of the Gun (1968) See more »

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Some Great Match Ups To The Old Show But...
4 March 2015 | by See all my reviews

A direct follow up to the original 1960s series complete with the same sets, costumes and musical scores. In this adventure, the trouble making Apollo, from the second season of the original, returns.

When I first viewed "Pilgrim" in 2013 I thought it was the best thing out. In 2013 I had never seen any of the other Trek web shows so "Pilgrim" was my very first taste of this whole grab-everything-from-the-old-show production style.

Today, I still think "Pilgrim" is wonderful for matching up sets and musical scores from the old series. I give it full marks for that.

But, for whatever reason, I have not made an effort to catch other STC episodes on YouTube?? Perhaps part of the problem is that I simply don't like spending 50 minutes watching a show on a computer...I would rather watch things on a large TV screen where I can sit in a nice comfortable chair and put my feet up.

Or perhaps I am just turned off by the new cast of STC?? Maybe I will become a fan one day...but not today.

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