I've just read a news story that implies the new Star Trek movie will involve going back to some elements from many Trek fan's favorite episode, "City on the Edge of Forever".
Seems the Guardian donut guy is going to be the element used to travel through time, so old Spock can meet young Spock.
And Harlan Ellison, the guy who originally WROTE "City" is none too happy.
Not that he ever IS too happy.
I never did read the book that had his original script for "City". I've heard it's a completely different story than the one we ended up with.
I do like time travel. A lot. There's some really good Trek time travel. "City on the Edge of Forver". "Yesterday's Enterprise". Star Trek IV. Star Trek VII (Generations). Star Trek VIII (First Contact). But the whole time travel element of Enterprise lost me. I only watched about half the episodes, and that was a major plot element.
So I hope this goes well.
Oh, and on a side note, Journeyman, on NBC has become very interesting. The time travel is confusing (it's meant to be, it's part of the mystery), but consistent. And the consequences of bringing things back and forth in time has been cool to watch.
Back to Galileo.