A WHOLE LOTTA LOVE
Watch out, alien scum. Now they're married.
How will the crew cope with a married Peterman and Baxter? The loss of Richards and
Browning? The gain of Baxter's parents? And the addition of the tiny USS Escort? Changes
a-plenty and a guaranteed increase in neuroses is assured for Year Three!
1. "The Honeymoon's Over" YEAR THREE PREMIERE!
When the Explorer is sabotaged by the Starshine Kids, Commander Conway must take the
refurbished starship Escort to rescue Peterman and Baxter from the clutches of Sesil, the evil
Vulcan cult leader. Featuring musical adaptations from The Rocky Horror Picture Show and
answers to many of your Delta Quadrant questions!
2. "A Relative Problem"
Captain Baxter's parents visit the Explorer and threaten never to leave, forcing him to decide
whether to abandon ship or simply kill them.
3. "On the Job Hazards"
Just another day on the jobs for Browning on Waystation and Richards on the Klingon
homeworld, or is...are...it...them?
4. "The Host with the Most"
Commander Conway finds that love doesn't conquer all, especially when it comes to a certain
Trill colony specialist.
5. "You Will Be Inventoried"
When the Borg assimilate an inventory officer, it's up to J'hana to stop them from inventorying
the Federation into oblivion.
6. "Nothing to Sneeze At"
Mirk contracts a vicious flu that not only impairs his drink-serving abilities, but begins sending
him into alternate universes as well. Someone break out the Nyquil!!
7. "The Caped Engineer"
After a severe bump on the head, Lt. Hartley becomes convinced that she is a superhero. Will
Captain Baxter's extensive comic book knowledge be enough to save the Explorer from her fiery
8. "Thicker Than Water"
When Captain Baxter falls prey to a strange illness, Dr. Benzra is forced to delve into the world
of bizarre healing techniques, and Mrs. Baxter and Counselor Peterman are pitted against each
other in a battle to see who can coddle the captain the best.
9. "Sacrifice of Bagels"
Captain Baxter and Counselor Peterman visit Waystation, to visit Browning's new restaurant and,
on Baxter's part, convince her to please, please, please come back to the Explorer. Special guest
stars: Commander Lisa Beck and Bradley Dillon.
10. "Days of Honor"
More problems arise on the Klingon homeworld for Christopher Richards. Will Baxter and the
Escort be able to save him, and what on Earth would force Baxter into a Klingon suit of
armor?Even that may not save Richards's life, but at least it's stylish!
11. "Tidings of Joy"
Christmas on the Explorer is somewhat tainted when someone drops by to perform deranged
experiments on the crew.
12. "The Ford Maneuver"
After narrowly escaping the Leeramar, Lt. Ford is hailed for his innovative helming techniques,
soon becoming one of Starfleet's most famous helmspersons. Is the Ford Maneuver all it's
cracked up to be, or was it just a fluke?
While the Explorer negotiates a treaty with a planet of penguins, Lt. Commander Larkin gets
word that Romulan Commander Ardek has kidnapped the human Larkin and is holding her
hostage on an ice planet. Larkin and Richards go to her rescue, only to find that the planet has a
frigid, flightless, waterfowl-type secret!
13. "Starting from Scratch"
It's time for hellos, goodbyes and the beginning of a new romance as the Explorer crew comes to
terms with the events of Birds of a Feather.
14. "Many Happy Returns"
Conway, Hartley and Tilleran find a dead world with an achingly happy secret, while another
starship goes around tarnishing the real Explorer's good name.
15. "Just Because You're Paranoid..."
Guest-written by Alan Decker (CmdrAJD@aol.com)
The Explorer is beset by a strange area of space that makes everyone extremely paranoid.
Luckily, that's not much of a change for Baxter. Guest-written by Alan Decker!
16. "The Doctor is Out"
Dr. Browning's attempt at a promotion is aided by a mysterious alien gift that slowly drives her
stark raving mad. Is the jump to Commander really worth it?
17. "The Wrath of Irma"
She's been after him since she was first transported out of her cushy life on 20th century Earth. It
was only a matter of time before she caught up with him. Now, Mirk faces the biggest challenge
of his life: Defeat the abominable Irma at all costs. Does he have what it takes? Find out as Irma
and Mirk face off in a battle-o-rama! Or, a battle-o-Irma!!
18. "Generation Gap, Part One"
The Explorer crew...sort of runs into some cremembers from the USS Enterprise 1701-E ©, and
are forced to spend a month in space transit with them. Not a problem, right? Or is it?
19. "Generation Gap, Part Two"
One of the Enterprise crew comes up with a...unique way to get the Explorer crew's minds off
their current plight. Only one problem: It involves singing and choreography. THE HORROR!
20. "Love and War"
Commander Conway and Ensign Madera come across a Leeramar ship, and discover some of the
race's less attractive qualities. And some things about themselves, as well.
21. "Rapid Eye Movement"
Are the Directors messing with Lt. Hartley's dreams? It certainly seems so, if the disturbing
dreams she's been having about a certain Maloxian bartender are any indication. What do they
want from her? And does it involve time-travel? Maybe!
While on vacation, Baxter, Peterman, and Richards get stuck on a planet that reeks of swampland
and rot, only to realize that it's the home of a familiar, obsessive-compulsive foe.
23. "The Torn Rubber Sheet"
Guest-written by Daniel McNickle (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Carlos Hernandez!
When a new drive system tears a hole in reality, the Explorer is sent to investigate. Unfortunately,
she doesn't return. It's a smorgasbord of alternate universes, all waiting to annoy (and kill) the
Explorer crew. There's more alternate universes in one story than ever before attempted, more
cussing by new characters and quite a bit of cold blooded murder. Enjoy!
24. "Lost and Founder"
A downed Jem'Hadar ship yields a special gift for Dr. Browning, and a highly-addictive caffiene
substitute for Commander Conway.
25. "Not Without My Dean"
The Federation Social Service comes to claim Crewman Dean Wilcox, and it's up to Holly Carter,
his legal guardian/girlfriend and the rest of the Explorer crew to stop them.
26. "Down to Earth" YEAR THREE FINALE!
The Explorer returns to Earth for a refit and a debriefing on exactly how much they screwed up
in the last two years. In the interim, Baxter and Peterman visit the in-laws and the crew starts to
notice certain...changes taking place within Starfleet. Could it be the Explorer's due for some, uh,
minor adjustments? Find out in the final story of Year Three!