Charlie X
"Charlie X" is a first season episode of the science fiction television series Star Trek first broadcast on September 15, 1966. It was repeated by NBC on June 1, 1967. It is episode #2, production #8. It was dramatized for television by Dorothy C. Fontana from a story written by Gene Roddenberry, and directed by Lawrence Dobkin. The Enterprise picks up an unstable 17-year-old boy with dangerous mental powers who lacks the training and restraint to handle them wisely. The eponymous character Charlie Evans is featured as an adult in the fan created mini-series Star Trek: Of Gods and Men.
Charlie X
"Charlie X" is a first season episode of the science fiction television series Star Trek first broadcast on September 15, 1966. It was repeated by NBC on June 1, 1967. It is episode #2, production #8. It was dramatized for television by Dorothy C. Fontana from a story written by Gene Roddenberry, and directed by Lawrence Dobkin. The Enterprise picks up an unstable 17-year-old boy with dangerous mental powers who lacks the training and restraint to handle them wisely. The eponymous character Charlie Evans is featured as an adult in the fan created mini-series Star Trek: Of Gods and Men.