Kirk’s Weird Green Uniform Finally Explained By Strange New Worlds

Perhaps the TOS episode best associated with Kirk’s green uniform is “The Trouble With Tribbles,” which makes sense since “Spock Amok” is Strange New Worlds‘ first comedic episode in the style of TOS‘ classic “The Trouble With Tribbles.” Just as Captain Kirk was caught in an absurd scenario where Starbase K-7 and the Starship Enterprise are overrun with tribbles, Captain Pike makes the best of a bizarre situation and recruits T’Pring, who is in Spock’s body, to negotiate with the aliens in his Science Officer’s place. Meanwhile, Spock in T’Pring’s body has to do her job and meet with a rogue Vulcan with the help of Nurse Christine Chapel (Jess Bush).

Strange New Worlds has done a fantastic job of upgrading the look of Star Trek: The Original Series while still honoring its familiar iconography. The Starship Enterprise and its crew ideally tread the fine line between being modern as well as throwing it back to the styles pioneered in the Star Trek of the 1960s. Amusingly, the green uniform was also worn by the Mirror Universe Jonathan Archer (Scott Bakula) in the Star Trek: Enterprise two-parter, “In A Mirror, Darkly.” Of course, it makes perfect sense that Pike would have a green Starfleet Captain’s uniform and that it would endure several years throughout the TOS era. “Amok Spock,” Star Trek: Strange New Worlds hour of hijinks, is the logical time to debut Captain Pike’s fashion-forward version of Captain Kirk’s green uniform, which brings its own subtle brand of comedy.

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds streams Thursdays on Paramount+.


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Perhaps the TOS episode best associated with Kirk’s green uniform is “The Trouble With Tribbles,” which makes sense since “Spock Amok” is Strange New Worlds‘ first comedic episode in the style of TOS‘ classic “The Trouble With Tribbles.” Just as Captain Kirk was caught in an absurd scenario where Starbase K-7 and the Starship Enterprise are overrun with tribbles, Captain Pike makes the best of a bizarre situation and recruits T’Pring, who is in Spock’s body, to negotiate with the aliens in his Science Officer’s place. Meanwhile, Spock in T’Pring’s body has to do her job and meet with a rogue Vulcan with the help of Nurse Christine Chapel (Jess Bush).

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Strange New Worlds has done a fantastic job of upgrading the look of Star Trek: The Original Series while still honoring its familiar iconography. The Starship Enterprise and its crew ideally tread the fine line between being modern as well as throwing it back to the styles pioneered in the Star Trek of the 1960s. Amusingly, the green uniform was also worn by the Mirror Universe Jonathan Archer (Scott Bakula) in the Star Trek: Enterprise two-parter, “In A Mirror, Darkly.” Of course, it makes perfect sense that Pike would have a green Starfleet Captain’s uniform and that it would endure several years throughout the TOS era. “Amok Spock,” Star Trek: Strange New Worlds‘ hour of hijinks, is the logical time to debut Captain Pike’s fashion-forward version of Captain Kirk’s green uniform, which brings its own subtle brand of comedy.

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Star Trek: Strange New Worlds streams Thursdays on Paramount+.

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