|Star Trek: Phase II|
|Riffers||Kevin Murphy, Bill Corbett|
|Date Released||May 8, 2008 and May 28, 2008|
Star Trek: Phase II (formerly known as Star Trek: New Voyages) is a fan-created science fiction series set in the Star Trek universe. The series was created by James Cawley in April 2003. Jack Marshall came aboard as a producer with the idea to market the series on the internet. The series, released exclusively via the Internet, is designed as a continuation of the original Star Trek, beginning in the fifth and final year of the starship Enterprise's "five-year mission."
RiffTrax Presents released their riffs of the episodes "World Enough and Time" and "To Serve All My Days" in May 2008, the first being the inaugural riff of the brand. They are riffed by RiffTrax main riffers Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett.
Description and PreviewEdit
World Enough and TimeEdit
A group of Klingons are planning to expand their territory, but while the crew is doing everything in their power to stop the invaders, one famous lieutenant has to fight off his own demons when an old disease starts to age him at an alarming pace. Celebrating 40 years of Star Trek, Walter Koenig returns as Pavel Chekov, USS Enterprise's best-known weapons officer. This episode is a sequel to The Deadly Years.
To Serve All My DaysEdit
When a failed Romulan weapons test traps Enterprise in an inter-dimensional rift, Sulu (Lim) and another crewmate are sent over to the wreckage of the Romulan ships. The anomaly's effect on the transporter causes Sulu (George Takei) to come back 30 years older... and with a daughter.
Cast and CrewEdit
- James Cawley as James T. Kirk
- Jeffrey Quinn as Spock
- John M. Kelley as Dr. McCoy
- Charles Root as Montgomery Scott
- Andy Bray as Pavel Chekov
- John Lim as Hikaru Sulu
- Walter Koenig as Old Chekov
- Mary Linda Rapelye as Ambassador Morgan
- John Carrigan as Kargh
- George Takei as Old Sulu
- Grace Lee Whitney as Old Rand
- Majel Barrett as the Computer Voice
- Christina Moses as Alana Sulu
- Lia Johnson as Dr. Chandris
- Mimi Chong as Demora Sulu