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The sexship Intercourse is invaded by the shape-shifting Qute, of the Cute Continuem, who has taken the form of a knock-out Earth female Anna Malle, and ignites the crew's repressed sexual fantasies. Boner is reunited with his former lover Nancy Mooner, who appears different to the eyes of each other crew member. She appears to be the Tasha who went down with the Enterprise C and ended up on Romulus. Slowly she adjusts to her familiar, yet different crew. When Scotty beams Sulu and Chekov down to rescue them, a transporter malfunction sends them to the Oval office the day before Kennedy was shot. Sperm, who was abducted by a race of sex-starved space Plot Summary: The Starship Intercourse is dispatched to Deep Space Station 69 to retrieve Charly Walker, the lone survivor of a spaceship crash, marooned on a desolate planet for 20 years. The crew has found life on the planet Uranus.
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The story of my courtship and love affair with Star Trek has been well documented in prior One Trek Mind columns. Your comments both here and on Facebook have shown me that I'm not alone in feeling that a love for this franchise is a significant and enriching part of life. However, even we heavy advocates are not always blind yes men. When our franchise stumbles, we're there to help it back on its path. Probably the most notable deviation from the transwarp corridor of perfection is the feature film Star Trek V: The Final Frontier. Even its defenders will admit that, yeah, it coulda been a whole lot better, as you'll see below. Now, everybody fight!