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Season: 2

Episode: The Munnery

Length: 2:18

Cast: Seth Green (Toby the Redshirt), Sarah Silverman (Lt. Uhura), Fred Tatasciore (Captain James T. Kirk, Spock, Dr. McCoy) Frank Welker (Scotty)

Characters: Captain James T. Kirk, Scotty, Spock, Lt. Uhura, Dr. McCoy, Toby the Redshirt

Segment Summary: The crew of the Starship Enterprise faces their greatest foe yet - themselves!

Themes: Bug Eyes, Callback, Death, Food & Drink, Guns, Sexuality, Space Travel, Television, Bleeped

Allusions:

  • This segment is a parody of TV's Star Trek.
  • This segment alludes to the Donner Party, a group of settlers that were stranded and resorted to cannibalism in order to survive.
  • Redshirt is a term used in American college athletics that refers to a delay or suspension of an athlete's participation in order to lengthen his or her period of eligibility.

Trivia / Info:

  • The final line, "That's good ham!" is a callback to Care Bear Genocide's "That's good rainbow!", and also calls attention to William Shatner's overblown acting style.
  • Sulu and Chekov are absent in this sketch.
  • Sarah Silverman has actually starred in a Star Trek: Voyager episode as Rain Robinson in the two-part episode Future's End.
  • The sets, characters and in Silverman's case, voice actress were all repurposed from a G4TV advertising campaign Stoopid Monkey did for "Star Trek 2.0," an annotated reshowing of Star Trek's original series.
  • Most likely, Kirk was the one who traded the dilithium crystals for pornographic holograms and put the crew in danger in the first place.

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Transcription - Interpretations


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