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Sex Trek III: The Wrath of Bob (1992)

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When we last saw Seeman Bob, the landing-party crewman in the red shirt (at the conclusion of "Sex Trek: the Next Penetration"), Dr. McJoy said, "He's dead, Jim," and Bob was buried in the ... See full summary »


Scotty Fox


Marc Cushman (as Cash Markman)


Complete credited cast:
Dominique Simone Dominique Simone ... Lt. Uwhore (as Domonique Simone)
Randy Spears ... Capt. Jim Quirk
Alicia Rio ... Alien Girl
Mike Horner ... Mr. Sperm, First Officer
Shayla LaVeaux ... High Pristess Latrinia of Youranus
Joey Silvera ... Dr. 'Boner' McJoy
Brooke Ashley Brooke Ashley ... Leca the Alien (as Fantasia)
Randy West ... Mr. 'Squatty' Squat
J.B. J.B. ... Seeman Bob


When we last saw Seeman Bob, the landing-party crewman in the red shirt (at the conclusion of "Sex Trek: the Next Penetration"), Dr. McJoy said, "He's dead, Jim," and Bob was buried in the futile and smelly soil of the planet Uranus. But Bob wasn't dead, and now, as a result of all that fertilizer, he has mutated into a super-sexual being and a really angry dude, bent on revenge against "Boner" McJoy, Captain Quirk, Mister Sperm, and the crew of the Starship Intercourse. Written by Anonymous

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Adult | Comedy | Sci-Fi



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This was the second "Sex Trek" comedy to be written by Marc Cushman, but the third to be produced. Days before the start of production, actor Mike Horner was detained in Europe where he had been filming, and director Scotty Fox asked Markman to whip up a replacement script that would exclude the presence of Mr. Sperm. Markman had 24 hours to deliver. The title of that new script (and movie) was "Sex Trek: the Search for Sperm," a take-off, in title, of "Star Trek III: the Search for Spock" and, story-wise, a rip-off of the notorious "Spock's Brain." "Wrath of Bob," then, was held back several months before being placed before the cameras. See more »


Followed by Sex Trek: The Man Eater (1999) See more »

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"Comedy-Porn" item with zero comedy skills
16 May 2020 | by maxastreeSee all my reviews

These films are (presumably) aimed at teens and other "lonely guys" that want to jack off to filmed sex scenes, but occasionally someone from the (mob-connected) adult video community of the 80s and 90s would try to get above their station and presume that an entry in the "Comedy Porn Parody" pantheon will turn up some "mad bank", I'm yet to hear of any convincing stats suggesting these films make more money than other entries in the genre.

NOR that they were "fun to do", 80s porn mainstays Mike Horner (the regular guy), Joey Silvera (the blank, creepy guy) and Randy Spears (the angry, controlling looking guy) get directed in a series of very, very inert and tasteless comedy situations, sometimes revolving around lowbrow bodily-function type gags. If you can't get your actors to improvise well, or think of any dialogue worth remembering, perhaps this should have been, I don't know, a comedy-porn-tribute musical? At least having the cast pretend to sing to a miming track would have worked better. Inevitably viewers will fast forward through the sets and dialogue to the sex scenes, due to the lack of quality material elsewhere.

Overall though, far more entertaining that the nominal "Star Trek" motion picture series from Paramount released during the previous decade.

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