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Sex Trek IV: The Next Orgasm (1994)

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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.


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Complete credited cast:
Captain Jean Pierre Prickhard (as Stephen St. Croix)
Tera Heart ...
Counselor Diana Joy (as Tera Hart)
Commander Will Dyker
Sally Layd ...
Dr. Beaverly Gusher (as Mustang Sally Laid)
Sean Michaels ...
Lt. Georgie La Toosh
Jordan McKnight ...
Julian St. Jox ...
Lt. Woof
Jonathan Morgan ...
Lt. Commander Dildo


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.

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Follows Sex Trek III: The Wrath of Bob (1992) See more »

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Episode title: 'Too Cute for Comfort'
23 December 2009 | by (The House of the Rising Sun) – See all my reviews

Having finished their 'Seeman Bob' trilogy with "Sex Trek III The Wrath of Bob", writer Cash Markman and director Mark Stone moved on to The Next Generation (which they had already alluded to in part II: The Search for Sperm). But clearly being more familiar with The Original Series, they asked Robert Kelly to help out with the script. Naturally a lot of the blinking set pieces from the previous Sex Treks are carried over into this new enterprise.

Inspired by the pilot episode 'Encounter at Farpoint', the plot resolves around the all powerful Cute (Anna Malle) of the Cute Continuum having fun while experimenting with the crew of the Sexship Intercourse. Note that they finally came up with a better and more appropriate name for the ship than the Plunderer. Also, the cheap looking CG ship is a big improvement over the flying dildo-and-rubber tit-ship seen in parts II and III.

Other improvements on the previous episodes are a more accurate opening title sequence (compete with all the spoof names on screen which is always handy for IMDb contributers) and the fact that TNG has more developed female characters to offer than TOS. In a way they didn't strictly need to have made Cute a woman (though it is a nice bonus). For even though the crew lacks a porn counterpart for Tasha Yar, Jordan McKnight makes up for it as 'Whoopi', the bartender at Ten Backward.

Cute abducts captain Jean Pierre Prickhard (Steven St. Croix) and claims to be seeking asylum aboard his ship. She starts by giving him the stamina of a 19 year old, including a full head of curly hair. This works as a good joke for most of the picture, though it will leave casual viewers who skip the non sex scenes wondering where Picard has gone.

A beardless Will Dyker (T.T. Boy) soon earns the wrath of Cute by beaming the Captain back on board immediately following the first sex scene. So, she sends Dyker to Heidi's Pleasure planet and tells him to think of the one he desires most. Naturally, Counselor Diana Joy (Tera Heart) appears before him in her underwear. Cute even goes to the trouble of buttering up Diana herself as part of Will's deepest fantasies in preparation for their threesome.

A bit later a horny Joy (obviously possessed by Cute) seduces Georgie La Toosh (Sean Michals) in Ten Backward and insists Whoopi joins in. Following this the Whoopster takes on Lt. Commander dildo (Jonathan Morgan) on the nearly deserted bridge (it's the night shift). Porn films in the Nineties sure knew how to make the most their cast members: it's great to see each of the female characters have two sex scenes in a row.

By now Jean Pierre has had enough, so he tries to draw out that infernal Cute by having a three way in sickbay with Dr. Beaverly Gusher (Sally Layd, who even does a little song and dance number) & Dingon crew member Woof (Jilian St. Jox). It all ends with the customary Deux Ex Machina and some references to Maddonna on Letterman. Oh, and Prickhard loses his hair which causes the rest of the crew to burst out in TOS style laughter. On to the next episode, Warp Factor Sixtynine! (sorry, couldn't resist)

7 out of 10

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