A life or death battle with a Klingon battlecruiser suddenly ends for the crew of the Potemkin when the barrier between two universes erupts and threatens to encompass the ship in a ...
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When the crew of the U.S.S. Potemkin find themselves in the middle of a dispute between the Klingons and Andorians, Chief Engineer Dutch Mooney must diffuse the situation while protecting a... See full summary »
"All in a Day's Work" has the crew of the Potemkin dealing with one of those days where nothing seems to go the way it ought to. Can Commander Moody hold things together until Captain Grigory returns from Starbase 211?
A landing party from the Potemkin is engaged in a search for a new medicine found on what is purported to be an uninhabited planet. Yeah, right! Can Commander Cooper and the landing party solve the mystery of 'The Hunt'?
Third Watch, the middle of the night for a starship; usually a quiet shift with little of consequence to do. But tonight, the Potemkin's third watch commander, Lieutenant Sara Rose Mallon, finds herself tested as things get interesting.
After a tragic mission to Shimura IV, the crew of the Potemkin takes a well-needed shore leave. But their ladies night out turns eerie as their visit coincides with the arrival of the Klingon Barge of the Dead.
A life or death battle with a Klingon battlecruiser suddenly ends for the crew of the Potemkin when the barrier between two universes erupts and threatens to encompass the ship in a universe of its own. Time is short for Captain Grigory to decide whether or not to place his trust in a small child from another universe who appears to have the ability to control the very substance of energy itself.Written by
The voice of the alien child was provided by Elena MacKenzie, wife of producer/writer David A. MacKenzie. The choice of using a Russian voice for the child was intended to be psychologically appealing to Captain Grigory who is Russian. See more »