Talk:The Pirates of Orion

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"I think you'll find he's Orion"[edit]

In the final scene of Journey to Babel, Spock speculates on the origin of Thelev, as well as that of the mysterious fast-moving ship that attacked the Enterprise. For encyclopedia purposes, I think it's fair to say they might have been Orions (given Spock's credibility and the ease with which his speculation was accepted by the other characters), but there wasn't any hard evidence in that or any subsequent episode to prove it. BryanEkers 23:44, 21 December 2006 (UTC)

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Reviewer: Taylor Trescott (talk · contribs) 14:09, 7 October 2013 (UTC)

  1. I don't think it is necessary to point out there were no guest stars in the infobox.
  2. Production: "Middle school" should be uncapitalized.
  3. Production: Perhaps add "producer" in front of Lou Scheimer to give a brief idea who he is.
  4. Production: The script sold in April 1973, it was his first professional sale and credit as a writer. This sentence is clunky.
  5. Production: After the script was used, Weinstein found that it enabled him to write the Star Trek novel The Covenant of the Crown for Pocket Books How did the script being used enable him to write a novel?
  • Thanks for the review. I've removed the guest bit from the infobox, sorted "middle school" and added "producer". I split the first sentence into two, and went back to the source for the second sentence - there wasn't a great deal of detail there so rather that misinterpret it - I simply quoted the writer. Miyagawa (talk) 20:51, 8 October 2013 (UTC)