| Series Star Trek|
Season 1, Episode 15
|Air date||December 29th, 1966|
|Producers||Gene L. Coon; Gene Roddenberry; Robert H. Justman|
|Starring||William Shatner; Leonard Nimoy|
"Balance of Terror"
"The Galileo Seven"
"Shore Leave" is the fifteenth episode of season one of the American science fiction adventure TV series Star Trek. The episode was directed by Robert Sparr with a teleplay written by Theodore Sturgeon. It first aired on NBC on December 29th, 1966. Like all episodes from the series, "Shore Leave" was digitally remastered with upgraded visual effects. This version first aired on May 26th, 2007 on CBS.
|William Shatner||Captain James T. Kirk|
|Leonard Nimoy||Mr. Spock|
|Emily Banks||Tonia Barrows|
|DeForest Kelley||Dr. McCoy|
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- Spock: I picked this up from Doctor McCoy's log. We have a crew member aboard who's showing signs of stress and fatigue, reaction time down 9-12%, associational reading norm minus 3.
- Captain Kirk: That's much too low a rating.
- Spock: He's becoming irritable and quarrelsome, yet he refuses to take rest and rehabilitation.
- Captain Kirk: Mm-hmm.
- Spock: Now, he has that right, but we've found...
- Captain Kirk: A crewman's right ends where the safety of the ship begins. Now, that man will go ashore on my orders. What's his name?
- Spock: James Kirk. Enjoy yourself, Captain.