In addition, we have William Windom’s magnificent Decker. Windom brings so much depth to a character who could easily have been a caricature of a crazy person. Unlike, say, Adams in “Dagger of the Mind“—played by quite a fine actor in James Gregory—who was just randomly evil, Decker has very obviously been broken by the loss of his crew. His attempt to make up for it is tragic, but also understandable. And you can just see the stress, the agony, the pain etched on his face throughout.