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Star Trek The Marathon: Guess Who's Coming To Dinner?
Before Star Trek V started, I half expected Katey to change into a Trek uniform. The brilliance of Khan and the well-earned hilarity of Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home had won her over
Star Trek The Marathon: What Does God Need With A Starship?
It's been a long couple of days in mine and Josh's respective houses-- hours sitting on the couch, growing obese from inappropriate snack foods and practicing our Scotty impressions. We've been here so long, in fact
Star Trek The Marathon: There Be Whales Here!
Katey's mood doesn't matter. No need to beg, plead or bribe to keep her involved in this one. She started out a Star Trek virgin but by now, thanks to me, she's knee-deep in Federation education. Tonight we're here for time travel and humpback whales
Star Trek The Marathon: Desperately Seeking Spock
Despite the increasingly pungent smell of Cheetohs and Josh's insistence on shouting "Khaaan!" every five minutes, I was totally ready to stick around for Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, figuring that any story that picked up where Wrath of Khan left off couldn't be all bad
Star Trek The Marathon: KHAAANNNN!
By the time we got around to popping Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan in, Katey was pretty skeptical. I mean her first ever introduction to Star Trek was The Motion Picture and let's face it, even we Trekkies know that's the recipe for a pretty good nap
Star Trek The Marathon: The Motionless Picture
It was time to delve deep, figure out what all these characters become before we see their origin story. It was time to watch the original Star Trek movies, all of them-- to boldly go where no sci-fi averse girl has ever gone before