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After "Star Trek" ended its initial run in 1969, Nimoy joined the cast of CBS' "Mission: Impossible" for its final two seasons --ironically he filled the void left by the departure of Martin Landau, who had been on the short list to play Spock.
Later in the film, when crewman Chekov is in trouble, Spock insists that the crew save him, even at risk of jeopardizing the crew's vital mission to save Earth and everyone on it.
Spock also believed that raising healthy, happy children was inexorably linked with politics and world peace, so he was politically active and vocal.
young Spock (Zachary Quinto) gets to grips with the story
Quinto had a chance to form a personal relationship with Nimoy, who reprises his role as the older Spock.
Through a series of events, Kirk, Spock and a host of other characters are introduced to one another and take their seats as the crew of the starship Enterprise.
Let's take a look at these voyagers from the past and future--Caine from the 19th century and Spock from the 23rd century.
Spock says its edge is in its ability to focus on people-specific data.
This new series gives a fresh generation of parents an opportunity to find out what made 1960s baby care expert Dr Spock (rather than Star Trek's Mr Spock) so popular, as well as getting the chance to sample the teachings of 1950s specialist Truby King and the ContinuumConcept of the 1970s.
Spock, the ship's science officer and Captain Kirk's logical foil, points out, "It seems illogical for a sun worshiper to develop a philosophy of total brotherhood.