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Summary:

This is a series of missing scenes that add to — or resolve — the events of the episodes. Many (but not all) of those missing scenes will involve a meeting between Kirk and Spock to talk over the events of the mission after the conclusion of the episode.

Each chapter is a stand-alone story, so you don't need to wait until all 79 chapters are finished to read them. :-)

Chapter 9: Epilogue for "Amok Time" -- Spock explains some important aspects of Vulcan culture to Kirk and has an enlightening conversation with T'Pau.

(See the Author's Notes at the end of the first chapter for the assumptions, plans, and goals that underlie this series.)


Rated: All Audiences
Categories: Fiction Characters: McCoy
Crossover Fandom: None
Genres: Kirk-Spock Friendship
Other Languages: None
Specific movie: None
Story Type: Action/Plot, Character Study
Trope (OPTIONAL): None
Universe: ST:TOS Original Universe
Warnings: None
Challenges: None
Series: None
Chapters: 9 Completed: No
Word count: 23189 Read: 16550
Published: 06/17/2015 Updated: 06/22/2018

1. Chapter 1: Where No Man Has Gone Before by WeirdLittleStories [Reviews - 15] starstarstarstarstar (2447 words)

2. Chapter 2: The Corbomite Maneuver by WeirdLittleStories [Reviews - 3] starstarstarstarstar (2012 words)

1.  I've actually written TWO chapters for this episode.  I wrote this one first, decided it had Spock sharing too much too soon, then wrote a completely different chapter that hinges on a different point of the episode.  But then I thought that the K/S Archive folks might enjoy a chapter where Spock shares too much too soon :-), so I'm posting this here.  If you'd like to see the "real" chapter,  you can find it at FanFiction or AO3.  (If you decide to read them both, I'd love to hear which one you liked better.)

2.  I've included a summary of this episode at the end of the story, for those who'd like to refresh their memories; scroll down to the end to read it.  (At the end rather than at the beginning because most readers probably don't want or need a summary.)


 

3. Chapter 3: "Mudd's Women" by WeirdLittleStories [Reviews - 3] starstarstarstarstar (1703 words)

The story in this epilogue hinges on Kirk's actions during the first five minutes of the episode, but most people don't find those actions especially memorable, given what happens after Mudd and his "cargo" come aboard.  If you don't remember those first five minutes, you might want to either re-watch them or refresh your memory with the episode summary I've given in the notes below the story; scroll down to the very end to read that summary.  (Spock also describes much of it in the dialogue, and he's not embellishing — of course not, it's Spock :-) — so you can probably still follow the story even if re-watching episodes or reading episode summaries isn't your cup of tea.)

4. "The Enemy Within" by WeirdLittleStories [Reviews - 3] starstarstarstarstar (1874 words)

5. Chapter 5: "The Man Trap" by WeirdLittleStories [Reviews - 7] starstarstarstarstar (1264 words)

 

Reminder of which episode goes with this title: This is the one about the salt vampire, who spends much of the episode disguised as McCoy's ex-girlfriend.  

This story is a missing scene; it takes place in McCoy's quarters shortly after the creature is killed, but before the very last scene of the episode, which ends with Kirk, Spock, and McCoy on the bridge.


 

6. Chapter 6: The Naked Time by WeirdLittleStories [Reviews - 3] starstarstarstarstar (2691 words)

7. Chapter 7: "Charlie X" by WeirdLittleStories [Reviews - 3] starstarstarstarstar (5334 words)

8. Season 2, Episode 15 — "Journey to Babel" by WeirdLittleStories [Reviews - 3] starstarstarstarstar (2004 words)

9. Season 2, Episode 5: Amok Time by WeirdLittleStories [Reviews - 2] starstarstarstarhalf-star (3860 words)