Yeah, those 70s ones are the worst and I've seen a lot of those of late since so many of Shatner's "guest killer of the week" spots are becoming more and more available on DVD. What's amusing about them is that those rugs are so bad it's easier to see where his real hairline begins and figure outwhat he really looks like, which is like Michael Ansara sans toupee (and Ansara did on a few occasions in the 70s appear without one).
A lot of people like this record on a camp level, but I legitimately love the album. Don Ralke's arrangements are great, and the pairings between the songs and the readings are perfect. An underrated gem of an album.