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  • The Mark of Gideon
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  • "The Mark of Gideon" was the 72nd episode of Star Trek: The Original Series, the 17th episode of the show's third and final season, first aired on 17 January 1969. The episode was written by George F. Slavin and Stanley Adams, directed by Jud Taylor and novelized in Star Trek 6 by James Blish.
  • In 2256, this book was stored on a bookshelf in the USS Shenzhou's ready room. (DIS: "The Vulcan Hello") A photo of this bookshelf appeared in the Twitter account of Star Trek: Enterprise producer Aaron Baiers. The title of this book, and other books on the shelf, are Original Series episode titles, and were described as "Easter eggs for all Trek lovers". [1] However, the shelf as it appeared on screen counted fewer books, and since the titles were not obviously readable, it is unclear which were removed and which remained.
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  • 2268
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  • Star Trek 6 by James Blish
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  • The Mark of Gideon
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  • "The Mark of Gideon" was the 72nd episode of Star Trek: The Original Series, the 17th episode of the show's third and final season, first aired on 17 January 1969. The episode was written by George F. Slavin and Stanley Adams, directed by Jud Taylor and novelized in Star Trek 6 by James Blish.
  • In 2256, this book was stored on a bookshelf in the USS Shenzhou's ready room. (DIS: "The Vulcan Hello") A photo of this bookshelf appeared in the Twitter account of Star Trek: Enterprise producer Aaron Baiers. The title of this book, and other books on the shelf, are Original Series episode titles, and were described as "Easter eggs for all Trek lovers". [1] However, the shelf as it appeared on screen counted fewer books, and since the titles were not obviously readable, it is unclear which were removed and which remained. This book's title refers to the episode "The Mark of Gideon" . In-universe the title might not necessarily refer to the planet Gideon, as there are a a number of things with that name in Earth culture.
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