8 January 2006
Enter the Glish, a race of permanently-moist aliens who lick each other in greeting. Despite its buzzing cafÃ¨ culture and farmers' market, the Glish are hesitant about Peterborough and must do a lot of hand- and face-licking before they sign. When the deal falls through, Space Force demand that Commander Henderson and crew find another investor by the end of the week.
18 January 2006
Henderson must make first contact with a strange, new world: Queppu. This is his chance to speak to the peoples of a planet - to make history. Instead, Henderson, Teal and York are greeted with crossbow fire and accused of being rebels against the leader.
25 January 2006
It's Gary Neville Day and time for the crew of the Camden Lock to let their hair down and take a well-earned break. Traditionally, the crew hold the Cadet's Ball and extend a courtesy invitation to the Commander. But in a more 'appropriate' tradition, the Commander holds a dinner with fine wine and Wotsits for the Officers.
Season 1, Episode 4: Asteroid1 February 2006
Henderson has his eye on a Nobel Peace Prize when the Bulaah and the Lallakiss arrive at the Camden Lock for negotiations over the rights to an asteroid. Discarding Teal's complex agendas in favour of a 'man-to-thing' chat, Henderson raises the stakes of the negotiation by threatening to blow up the disputed rock if they don't agree to share it.
Season 1, Episode 5: Clare7 February 2006
While scanning the galaxy for drug smugglers, the Camden Lock encounters the ship of the round-the-galaxy solo spacewoman, Clare Winchester. Concerned for her mental wellbeing, Henderson decides to put the mission on hold to do a little bonding. He finds Clare a mass of neuroses and superstitions - she also appears to have a tortuous relationship with a 'Mr. Cup'. When his poster of an orangutan fails to improve her outlook, the two row. Desperate to cheer her up, Henderson doles out more and more flattery until she finally forgives him. However, when he goes to leave, Clare has other ideas. York's newly instated self-defense drills are toughening the crew up, but will they be hard enough to rescue the commander?
Season 1, Episode 6: Assessment15 February 2006
During a round of psychological tests, the Camden Lock is fired upon. Mistaking it for part of the evaluation, Henderson ignores the sounds of the destruction. Could it be his last mistake?
12 July 2007
The Camden Lock is assigned to fly with the renowned spaceobatics team, The Green Javelins, but Officer Teal's history with squadron leader Jeremy Mason may stop the assignment before it starts. Meanwhile, York tests an unusual scheme for increasing crew productivity.
Season 2, Episode 2: Artefact19 July 2007
Henderson tries to return a mysterious object to its owners, who seem very familiar and appear to have become more technologically advanced.
26 July 2007
York is sacked and Teal promoted to first officer in his place. On her first assignment, the Shiny Robots of Vortis attack to harvest the minds of the crew. Will York redeem himself and rescue them?
Season 2, Episode 4: Harvest2 August 2007
After York is charged and removed from his office, he is taken to Starbase 6, where the crew encounters the Shiny Red Robots of Vortis.
Season 2, Episode 5: Dreamgate9 August 2007
The crew discovers the Dreamgate, a device that can give its owner the ability to walk in others dreams without their knowledge. Henderson and York get trapped in Vine's dream of owning the pub in the 1990s. Can the crew rescue them?
Season 2, Episode 6: Convoy16 August 2007
The convoy guarding a new powerful weapon is attacked by the Scrane. In order find a traitor in their midst, the crew decides that each officer should submit to the ship's detective software.
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