Holodeck Follies – Captain’s Epilogue – August Of Wind (s3e7)

August 5 (S3E7): August of Wind

Captain Field’s Log

What a show! Another full house of Trekkies and friends were present for a killer show. Thanks to Geektropolis for filming the show for our upcoming geek profile!

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August Wind

While Ensign Pattycake stepped up to lead the missile delivery to the Veridian system, Jennifer and Tachyon headed out to Quadra-8 to rescue Ensign Enson Zach. Neither mission went as planned but there were plenty of laughs along the way.

Here are some highlights:

  • The subspace message from Enson Zach (currently in Vancouver)
  • The Ensign names (Sarah – Bootscootinbooty, Maddox – Lou Tennet, Tracy – Like Whatever, Brie – 5W – Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How)
  • Missile recipient (Soran) was confused for another similiar sounding antagonist (Sauron) and so ignored
  • The 13-armed monster made up of audience red shirts
  • The redshirt deaths and maiming
  • Whiz kid, Cadet Weezly Pincher, finally felt he fit in with the rag tag crew
  • The Andorian Slave dance and song thwarted the kidnapping of Zach by Species 8472
  • Jennifer chasing redshirt-towel clad Whatever around the ship a la Benny Hill
  • Ensign 5W’s demotion under (and forced to sit under) Guyson
  • Federation regulations and rules were broken left and right, resulting in a ship-wide cleansing (murder)

The USS Albatross will be refitted at Utopia Planitia and crew re-assignments to be considered. Stay tuned for more details.


These short snippets are teasers of what you missed from four diverse and entertaining acts.

Daphney Joseph

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This World In Colour

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This World In Colour #HolodeckFollies

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Parker & Seville

Leslie and Debs

End Transmission

“[T]his improvisational comedy show will delight Trekkies and non-Trekkies alike.”John K. Kirk

Laugh Long and Prosper

Holodeck Follies (Sept. 2nd, 2015) will feature more silly Star Trek and great variety comedy. You won’t want to miss it!