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Goodbye, Polumbus 

The Head has reason to believe that the dreaded Gorgons are behind a dastardly plot concerning the planet Polumbus, so he sends Quark on a suicide mission to the planet. When they reach ... See full summary »

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Gene / Jean (as Timothy Thomerson)
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The Head has reason to believe that the dreaded Gorgons are behind a dastardly plot concerning the planet Polumbus, so he sends Quark on a suicide mission to the planet. When they reach Polumbus, the Betty's, Ficus, and Quark beam down to the planet, and strange occurrences start to happen. The Betty's become transfixed with two handsome dancing men and Quark is enchanted by a beautiful and tempting woman. They soon discover other starship commanders who are happy and content on Polumbus due to the presence of "The Limbicon." In short order, we find that Quark and his entire crew are involved in their own fantasies and adventures on Polumbus - Ficus with a math teacher, Adam with Diane from his academy days, to name a few. Adam concludes that all on Polumbus worship The Limbicon since it provides them pleasurable fantasies, which makes all of them find their own paradise, trapping them on Polumbus forever. Quark realizes that he must destroy The Limbicon, but he has to overcome his ... Written by H Pylypiw

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17 March 1978 (USA)  »

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The title, "Goodbye, Polumbus" is a take-off on the title of the Philip Roth novel and the 1969 film it was based on, "Goodbye, Columbus" which also starred Richard Benjamin, the star of "Quark." See more »

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Adam Quark: Can you at least give me a clue why no one has ever come back alive?
Otto Palindrome: Oh, we don't know. No one has ever come back to tell us.
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References Star Trek (1966) See more »

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