Hold My Beer, Season 1
A Science Fiction Comedy
If you love Star Trek and parodies… If the Orville and Galaxy Quest give you as much joy as Wrath of Khan… If you believe (as Tumblr users do) that humans will rule the galaxy because we are the only species crazy enough to tie two warp cores together, reverse the polarity and toss them into a star just to see what will happen… then this is the book for you. These are the voyages of the HMB Impulsive.
Space Traipse: The Blog Episodes
Episode 1: Best Laid Plans of Vegetation and Cybernetic Beings
The fun begins! The HMB Impulsive has a routine diplomatic mission – to assist two warring planets to achieve peace through marriage by ferrying the prince to his wedding. But when the prince falls for the ship’s sexy (yes, that’s her title), and the Cybers attack, it’s far from routine. Improvisation and human hold-my-beer ingenuity save the day and the wedding.
Episode 3: Foot in the Door
When Loreli is attacked by xenophobic terrorists and left for dead, her body defends itself by taking root in the soil. However, her fight to save her life causes an interplanetary incident that could destroy peace in the area – and cost the lives of her friends on the Impulsive.
Episode 5: Lone Star
The Impulsive finds the lost deep space generation ship, Lone Star. However, it’s in the midst of a civil war as half the crew tries to stop the other from committing genocide of an alien species. But is it genocide, or evolution?
Episode 6: The No-Brainer
What does happens when you tie two warp cores together and toss them into a star? It’s the episode inspired by the Tumblr post that inspired the series! Kuricrearrogance at its finest? Don’t know what “kuricrearrogance” means? Read the story and find out.
Episode 7: Trouble in Filedise – Current Episode
When the replicators start malfunctioning all over the Union, the Impulsive is sent to Filedise, from which all replicator designs come. But the planet is plagued with panic, rebellion, and customer service disasters of global proportions. Even worse, the Cybers arrive to collect their order!
Episode 8: Phantom of the Cybersong
Because every series needs a musical episode, amiright?