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Okay, so in one of the Star Trek threads in D&D, someone linked to a page on Youtube.
It was official. I can't remember for what network though, either Paramount or CBS or Viacom or something.
Thing is, what they'd done was posted every episode of The Original Series legally for free on Youtube.
Thing is, they'd allowed you to view the episodes in a long list with an interface I'd never seen on Youtube before. There were no images, just a list of titles only, in Airdate order (starting with "The Man Trap) with a selection at the top to toggle between the three seasons.
Well I was an idiot who deleted the bookmark.
I've been cruising around youtube, and I've yet to locate the interface again, and I can't find the original post in D&D. Youtube HAS an official CBS site that has a bunch of episodes up, but they appear out of any kind of order, (Charlie X is the first ep for some odd reason) and don't use the kind of interface I described.
So, am I going insane? Does anyone else know what I'm talking about? Can anyone link me to it? I have a friend who wants to start watching the 60s series after the movie, and this is the best way I think I can present it to her.