Can you tell the difference between a Star Trek episode and a KISS song?

By: H&I Staff     Posted: August 15, 2019, 8:44AM

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Writers for Star Trek: The Original Series came up with remarkably poetic episode titles. Who could forget tales like "City on the Edge of Forever" and "For the World Is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky"? That was the result of hiring acclaimed authors such as Harlan Ellison.

KISS, the iconic hard rock band in makeup and armor, penned some poetic stuff, too. Yes, we are talking about the same group that wrote "Lick It Up" and "Love Gun." Their lyrics had words that rhymed and everything, so that's technically poetry.

Let's see if you can detect the difference between a Star Trek episode and a KISS song. Try to rock 'n' roll your way through this unscathed!

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  1. "Whom Gods Destroy"
  2. "Friday's Child"
  3. "While the City Sleeps"
  4. "Operation: Annihilate!"
  5. "Lonely Is the Hunter"
  6. "And on the 8th Day"
  7. "Two Sides of the Coin"
  8. "What Are Little Girls Made Of?"
  9. "Tomorrow Is Yesterday"
  10. "A Piece of the Action"
  11. "A World Without Heroes"
  12. "This Side of Paradise"
  13. "Under the Rose"
  14. "Wink of an Eye"
  15. "Escape from the Island"
  16. "Dark Light"
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