Captain James Quirk and the crew of the Starship Plunderer search an uncharted star system for their missing First Officer, Mr. Sperm, who was abducted by a race of 7000 sex-starved space babes wanting to worship the mightiest penis in the universe. Written by
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"Sex Trek: the Wrath of Bob" was supposed to be shot the week this movie was produced, but essential cast member Mike Horner (Mr. Sperm) was unable to make the shoot. So the night before filming began, director Scotty Fox had writer Cash Markman dash off a new script, "Sex Trek: the Search for Sperm," which explained why a key member of the crew was missing, and allowed Horner to participate via clips from the first "Sex Trek" parody (already in the can) and Voice Over to be recorded later. The rush job didn't seem to hurt matters. This take-off of the original "Star Trek" notorious misfire, "Spock's Brain," got a 4 star review from critic Gene Ross for the December 1991 issue of Adult Video News, peaked at #6 in AVN's sales' chart for that month, and was up for a Best Screenplay award 30 days later at the Adult Video News Awards. "The Wrath of Bob" was pushed back several months and filmed for release the following year. See more
Capt. James T. Quirk
Is there intelligent life there?
Mr. 'Squatty' Squat
I don't see how there could be intelligent life, sir, after all, it is inhabited by a race of females.
That's not very fair, Mr. Squat. I'm sure the conditions on the planet are fine, except for just a few days out of each month.
Followed by Sex Trek: The Man Eater