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Blood and Fire: Part One 

Ensign Peter Kirk asks his uncle James to marry him and his lover, Lt. Alex Freeman. But first both of them join a security team headed by Mr. Spock investigating a distress call by the U.S.S. Copernicus.

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David Gerrold

Writers:

Gene Roddenberry (creator), Carlos Pedraza | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
James Cawley James Cawley ... Kirk
Ben Tolpin ... Mr. Spock
John M. Kelley John M. Kelley ... Dr. McCoy (as John Kelley)
Bobby Rice ... Peter Kirk (as Bobby Quinn Rice)
Evan Fowler Evan Fowler ... Alex Freeman
Charles Root ... Scott
Jay Storey ... Kyle
Kim Stinger ... Uhura
Ron Boyd ... DeSalle
Andy Bray Andy Bray ... Chekov
Meghan King Johnson Meghan King Johnson ... Rand
Nick Cook Nick Cook ... Hodel
Paul Sieber Paul Sieber ... Ahrens (as Paul R. Sieber)
Patrick Bell Patrick Bell ... Xon
Debby Huth Debby Huth ... Fontana
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The USS Enterprise must investigate an incident that occured on USS Copernicus.Ensign Peter Kirk, a newcomer on board the Enterprise & a nephew of captain Kirk, wants to marry his lover, lt. Alex Freeman, soon after completing their mission on Copernicus. Written by dominikmajdak

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Originally conceived as an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987), this story was set to introduce gay characters to the "Star Trek" universe for the first time, something Gene Roddenberry had insisted upon. However, after Roddenberry's death, the script was pulled from production, prompting David Gerrold to quit the series. Years later, with the production of this web series, the producers approached Gerrold about reviving the story. Gerrold agreed, and adapted the script to include the "New Voyages" characters, and even directed the two-part story himself. See more »

Quotes

Mr. Spock: The red giant is named Lear after King Lear. The blue dwarf is Iago.
Lt. Pavel Chekov: Hm. Somebody didn't know their Shakespeare very well. A Russian wouldn't make that mistake.
Mr. Spock: It is a metafore, Mr. Chekov. The red giant is a very old star. The blue-white dwarf is pulling the fire out of it. It will take thousands of centuries, of course.
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Riva Gijanto is credited as an extra twice during the end credits. See more »

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Star Trek New Voyages
22 March 2009 | by williamtaylor1969See all my reviews

I can't really see why these people CONTINUE to create this mess! The acting is laughable, Crawley is totally clueless to the fact that he is a total joke. His main EGO is the really big star here! If they weren't giving these episodes away for free, they would not produce a single dollar for all their work! After so many episodes, the production values have not improved.

It still looks like it was taped in somebody's mother's basement, the lighting needs major improvement, perhaps buying about 20 more lights would do the trick. The filming angles are very rough, and the sound is just plain BAD! The sound effects and music seem to be totally out of place with the action, and it just gets worse! There are some good video productions out there, but this is not one of them!


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Release Date:

20 December 2008 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Port Henry, New York, USA

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Cow Creek Productions See more »
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