That's right, Spock's Brain. The campiested of campy episodes has gotten the remastered treatment. There's hardly been any contention about the fact that this one is one of the worst of Star Trek, but that hasn't stopped Mike and Denise Okuda and David Rossi from tackling Spock's Brain head-on.
The U.S.S. Enterprise is on a routine mission in deep space when a beautiful young woman beams onto the bridge. Without a word, she touches a band on her wrist and everyone is rendered unconscious. She moves around the bridge until finally she comes to Spock. Smiling, she lays a hand on the Vulcan's head, as if she's found what she was looking for.
When Kirk awakes, Spock is gone from the bridge. Before the captain can find out where his first officer has gone, McCoy calls, demanding his presence in sickbay immediately. Spock's body lays on a diagnostic table, on full life support. McCoy explains that his brain is gone ... miraculously removed with some technology that the doctor has never seen before. Every nerve was sealed and there was no blood lost. However, McCoy tells him if the Vulcan's brain isn't returned to his body within 24 hours, Spock will die.
Duh duhn DUHHHHH! [/dramatic reverb]
See the remastered images here