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Most television shows aren’t still beloved forty-six-years later. An overwhelming majority that didn’t hit 100 episodes aren’t even remembered for that long, but Star Trek has always been a special case. More people love Star Trek: The Original Series today than did so during its original run in 1966. Apparently, a few Google employees are among them too.

The search engine, known for having fun on its home page, debuted a brand new Google Doodle this morning honoring the forty-sixth anniversary of Star Trek: The Original Series. The graphic allows fans, and bored, indifferent web browsers, to navigate the Google letters as they’re dressed up to look like the show’s main characters. You can check out the graphic on Google’s homepage here and an image from the game's third level below...

Love Star Trek or hate it, the Doodle will be hanging out on Google’s front page through tomorrow evening; so, you might as well have some fun with it and play along. It’s a better time than actually working, and unlike the one the programmers did with the hurdles, you don’t need to move the keys quickly to be successful at this one.

Happy 46th Star Trek: The Original Series. You’ve earned this Doodle fair and square.

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