|"By Any Other Name"|
| Series Star Trek|
Season 2, Episode 22
|Air date||February 23rd, 1968|
|Writers||D.C. Fontana; Jerome Bixby|
|Producers||John Meredyth Lucas; Gene Roddenberry; Robert H. Justman|
|Starring||William Shatner; Leonard Nimoy; DeForest Kelley|
"Patterns of Force"
"The Omega Glory"
"By Any Other Name" is the twenty-second episode of season two of the science fiction television series Star Trek and the fifty-first episode of the series overall. It was directed by Marc Daniels with a script written by D.C. Fontana and Jerome Bixby based on a story treatment by Bixby. It first aired on NBC on February 23rd, 1968. Like all episodes from the original series, this episode was digitally remastered with new visual sequences and effects. The remastered version first aired on CBS on November 4th, 2006.
|William Shatner||Captain Kirk|
|Leonard Nimoy||Mr. Spock|
|DeForest Kelley||Dr. McCoy|
Guest Starring Edit
|Carl Byrd||Lt. Shea|
Uncredited cast Edit
|Bill Blackburn||Lieutenant Hadley|
|Frank da Vinci||Lieutenant Brent|
|Roger Holloway||Lieutenant Lemli|
|Eddie Paskey||Lieutenant Leslie|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- The events of this episode take place in the year 2268 on Stardate 4657.5.
- This is the second appearance of the Galactic Barrier. It previously appeared in "Where No Man Has Gone Before". It will also appear in the 1989 film Star Trek V: The Final Frontier.
- Playing the role of Drea is the first television acting work for Lezlie Dalton.
- The title of this episode is taken from Act II, Scene II of the William Shakespeare play Romeo and Juliet. The full phrase is "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet". Captain Kirk invokes the phrase when he sees Kelinda takes interest in an alien flower.
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See also Edit
The World of Star Trek
Star Trek miscellaneous
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