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The folks who made the fan-produced 'Starship Exeter' classic-style Star Trek episode are in post-production for their second episode, which promises to be even better than their first.

The new episode is 'The Tressaurian Intersection', and is expected to have intense action and suspense.

Many characters are reprising their roles from the original episode, 'The Savage Empire', which featured the Klingons. New aliens will be featured in the new episode.

A third episode is scheduled to be produced in a couple of years; all of the people involved in the show have normal lives and can't get around to these things on the same schedule as professional television producers, cast and staff, plus the money for the first episode was largely out of their own pockets. The second episode was financed partly by donations from fans, such as this writer, for which a premium was given in the form of a DVD documenting the making of 'The Savage Empire' with a full background on the project.

For full details on everything about Starship Exeter, go to:

Background: The Federation starship featured in the show, the USS Exeter, is a sister ship of the USS Enterprise of original series fame. It was first seen in the episode 'The Omega Glory', its crew already decimated by a dehydrating disease, and its captain in a fit of megalomania on the planet below. In this fan-generated series, the crew and captain are the replacements for the now-disinfected and refit Exeter. The new first officer, interestingly, is of the Andorian race originally seen in the classic series and now occasionally seen on the 'Enterprise' series that is now in its fourth season.

The Alienist

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