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|07-09-2002, 11:27 PM||#1|
Join Date: Sep 28, 2001
Location: AL, United States, Alpha Quadrant
"Hypothetical Fun" - Episode 21 of Gopher's Gateway
Episode 21 of Gopher’s Gateway
by Sean Sporman
Heather Allgood, Jordan Reeves and June Gabert sat in the Holodeck Control Room of Holodeck 1 of Hueytown Academy. The room was new and atypical to Starfleet model holodecks, but was requested by Jordan and Heather for a way to observe holographic simulations without interacting with them. Of course, one could easily interact with the simulations if desired. The room’s wall resembled a Starfleet Extra-atmospheric suit, using a blue tile pattern. Three chairs were in the room, with two LCARS control panels for holographic control, as well as complete voice recognition.
Heather Allgood was the girlfriend of Sean Sporman. Extremely intelligent and beautiful, she had helped in the operation and design of Hueytown Academy. Jordan Reeves was a good friend of most of the student staff, and he had assisted some and he finally believed that Sean could have a girlfriend and respected it. June Gabert was once the archenemy of Sean Sporman, leader of the project, and the others, having caused tons of damage. But, June recently turned to the side of good.
“Computer, energize holographic matrix.” Heather Allgood said to the computer. The window shade that overlooked the Holodeck rose and below the ubiquitous yellow lines of the holodeck flashed to life. “I think I’ll go first. Computer, initate hypothetical computer.”
“I miss that ship a little bit.” Jordan Reeves said, referring to the holo-ship that had appeared in Earth orbit just over a month ago. It had been returned to the Federation, but Sean had gotten a Galaxy-class starship for helping stop a Ferengi plot, and it was a Galaxy-class ship named Enterprise.
“Let’s start out with the first simulation. Have you heard of Xanthi Virus Mark C?” Heather asked.
“Yes.” June responded, “Increases current attractions as well as flaring up latent attractions while destroying focus on anything else.” All three began to laugh.
“Computer, begin simulation one. Xanthi Fever Mark C at Hueytown High School before I went out with Sean. Now, this should be interesting.” Heather smiled.
“Sean will most likely faint, you realize that.” Jordan joked.
“Just like he did when I asked him out?” Heather inquired, smiling.
“Precisely.” Jordan responded.
Chapter One: Hypothetical One
Sean Sporman sat in his desk in Mrs. Painter’s Honors World History 9 class. As student aide Meagan Harris passed out the tests, one was placed on his desk. Unfolding it, Sean smiled at the 100 that was prominently displayed in red at the top of the paper. So far in his freshman year, he had all a’s and b’s with this being his best class with a 97, a mere three points ahead of his 94 in Speech class.
Turning around to Jordan, Sean smiled as he saw the 92 on his paper. Before Sean could laugh, Jordan started to talk, “I know. Just remember I stomped you on that math test.”
Sean smiled with confidence. “I was not aware that four points constitutes a stomp.”
Jordan grumbled and turned around. The bell rang and it was going to be onto fourth period. Sean walked out into the hall.
“Hey, Sean! What’s the weather?” Sean turned to see Hannah Clements, a new friend of his. “It isn’t going to rain, is it?”
“Nope.” Sean began, as the two walked through Ivy. “Thanks to high pressure area sitting over Georgia, it looks like sunny skies for the next three days.”
“Thanks, Sean.” Hannah smiled, “You’re pretty smart. Bye!”
Sean smiled as he looked up the blue sky. “Well, they certainly left the blue screen on today, didn’t they?” Sean chuckled at his own joke as he felt someone tap on his shoulder. He turned to see that it was Meagan Hall.
“Hey, Sean!” Meagan greeted.
Sean smiled. “Hey, Meagan. Would you like to know the weather?”
Meagan smiled. “You’ve already told me…twice. Actually, I just wanted to see how you were doing?”
“Doing great on this cool planet, as usual.”
“Uh…huh.” Meagan replied. “I’m going to go talk to Jordan now.”
Sean allowed his left eyebrow to arch.
In Mrs. Steven’s room, Jordan Reeves smiled at his friend Meagan Harris. “I’m glad you’re having a good day too. So, are you going to be singing any time soon?”
Harris smiled. “I know where this is headed…”
Behind them, Jonathan Reeves sat diagonally ahead of Heather Allgood. “Hello, Heather. Still being forced to work with space boy over there?” Jonathan pointed at Sean Sporman.
Heather sighed. “Listen, how many times must I tell you that he’s a cool kid, and very polite, not to mention optimistic and happy.”
“If you say so.” Sighed Jonathan.
“Hey, Sean!” Heather exclaimed. “Come sit behind me! Mrs. Stevens said that this desk wasn’t going to be used.” Sean smiled and proceeded to sit behind the beautiful teenager.
On the other side of the room, Brooke Stephens sat across from Meagan Hall. “So, how’s it going?” Meagan asked.
“Quite well, I must say.” Responded Brooke.
Just then, the door of the classroom was violently slammed shut and Sean heard it lock as the doorknob fell on to the floor. “Oh, my.” Meagan Harris calmly remarked.
“This is new.” Commented Jordan Reeves. Laughter filled the room.
Suddenly, Heather turned to face Sean. “Do you smell something?”
Sean sniffed the air. “Nothing out of the ordinary.”
“I do. You smell excellent.”
Sean blushed and stammered out his response. “Thank you, Heather.” He didn’t even notice that Jacob Allison was pounding hard on the door with no success.
“In fact,” Heather continued, “You not only smell excellent, you look excellent and, most importantly, act excellent. Will you go out with me, Sean?”
The question was extremely sudden, but Sean felt strange as well and leaned forward, as if in a trance, “Yes.” The two kissed…
Suddenly, a folding chair flew over their heads and shattered into numerous plastic pieces as it slammed into the floor. Sean pushed Heather to the floor to safety. One of the chair legs hit his shoulder, but it didn’t hurt too badly. “What was that, buddy?” Heather asked to Sean.
“I don’t know. Let’s listen in.” The two proceeded to crawl to safety under a large desk.
“She likes me!” Jordan Reeves screamed to Jonathan Reeves, under the grip of Xanthi Fever.
“No!” Jonathan Reeves yelled back, “Meagan Harris like moi.”
Sean and Heather giggled.
Joel Grey threw a stuffed Pikachu brought in by Meagan Hall at John Barnes that said, “Pika! Pika!” on impact.
“Listen, I like her!” Joel exclaimed.
“Little freshmen twits,” John Barnes proclaimed, his anger enhanced by the strange airborne disease, “Why do have to always go after the older women?” Sean had to contain himself from busting out in laughter. John suddenly lunged at Joel, but Joel tripped on a chair and fell down as John also fell down. Both still breathed, but were now unconscious.
Jacob Allison smiled at Tina Thomas. “No. No. I’m not getting involved in this.” Tina proceeded to run out the window, crashing through glass, with no harm to herself. Jacob then resumed trying to break the door down.
Meanwhile, Jordan Reeves threw a bag of stage dust down at his brother and dove into the puffy cloud of dust.
The chaos was mysteriously not limited to Mrs. Steven’s Room. In Mrs. Painter’s room, chaos ensued as well as a smattering of fights; chases and flirting attempts absorbed the room. Mrs. Painter had long since run to safety.
“You want a piece of me, fool?” Michael Jones asked to Randy Patrick.
“Only if you insist.” Randy Patrick proceeded to rip part of Michael’s jacket off.
“I got a piece of him! I got a piece of him!” Randy Patrick proclaimed, “Now, Lauren will love me!”
“Yeah, right,” sighed Michael Jones.
Laughter filled the Holodeck control room from Heather, June and Jordan. “That was great!” June exclaimed.
“I would never do that!” Jordan exclaimed.
“Alright, how about keeping the love theme, but with a Roarin’ Rebel twist!” June laughed…
Even with a Federation starship and a school full of Federation technology that could hold the entire state population if needed, Sean Sporman enjoyed his home. He had replicated every game system that had good games, from the Nintendo Entertainment System to the unreleased Sony Playstation II. His replicated game collection was over 2000 and included prominent game collections like EA Sports, Mario Bros., Sonic the Hedgehog, Crash Bandicoot and hundreds of others. It was intricately set up in Sean’s room via an Entertainment Center. Also, numerous books, a new television, VCR and other things had been replicated for himself as well. Of course, Sean had replicated his mom lots of books and porcelain dolls and his dad lots of CDs and books too. He had also replicated things for his girlfriend, Heather and some of his other friends as well.
Sean had greatly anticipated this day; it was his third super-party during his command of Hueytown Academy. Unlike his previous girl and boy parties, which had flopped, ever since it had been announced that he would design and command the school, the parties were a smashing success. But, problems had found their way into this party. Heather, Meagan, Lucy, Jordan, and Brooke had various reasons that they could not attend.
So, the ones left to come were June, Peyton and Amanda, the reformed enemies of Hueytown Academy. It worried Sean slightly. But, it was Sean’s optimism that shined through. Besides, they were girls.
Looking at his now-clean and well-organized room, Sean smiled broadly. Suddenly, he heard the newly installed Starfleet “doorbell”. It sounded like the classic door beep from Starfleet, but with reverberation.
Sean walked to the front room of his house and smiled as he turned the key and opened the door. Though his school and starship used automatic doors, he still knew how to open an old-fashioned door.
June Gabert smiled as she entered the house and walked toward Sean. “You know with the boys that know me being obsessive with me, it’s refreshing to have that turned around for a change.” June reached to hug Sean…
The doorbell rang and Sean ran to open the door as Amanda Epperson, the fifteen-year old, entered the living room. Sean noted that clouds had covered up the sun outside.
Amanda approached Sean and spoke in a very “low-key” voice, “Hey, Sean, how’s the weather?” Sean let out a nervous laugh as the doorbell rang again.
Sean noticed it was Peyton Freeman who had rang the doorbell. Sean opened the door and Peyton walked in. She looked at Sean. “You know how few boys are worth going with? You’re a rarity.” Sean blushed and chuckled nervously.
The three girls looked at each other for a brief moment. Sean saw something and shot off down the hall, just as the girls all exclaimed, “Let’s chase him!” Sean instincts of girls were top-notch
Sean had made it do the door, which was locked. Looking he saw snow beginning to fall outside. Sean patted at the tricorder in his pocket as he took out his phaser and blew the door outside. Switching on his personal shield, Sean simultaneously activated his anti-gravity generator. He floated above the destroyed door and landed with a smooth transition back to terra firma. By the being warning coming from the generator, it was obviously out of power. “I guess its not up, up, and away.” Sean tapped his combadge. “Sporman to Allgood, come in!” There was no response.
“Now, Sean, we jammed the frequencies so you can’t talk to your girl friend.” June said, laughing.
The girls that chased Sean were now struggling past the door and Sean was now in his yard…
“Simulation paused. Dynamic entry situation input mode is active.” The computer stated, and June smiled.
“Computer,” June began, “Initate dynamic variable one,” June looked at Heather, “Sean’s girlfriend Heather appears…”
Hypothetical 2: Dynamic Variable Mode
Sean Sporman enjoyed the chase through the snow around 2010 Highschool Road, better known as his house. So far, he had avoided his three attractive female pursuers. He jumped out from behind a tree and blew a kiss toward them.
“He threw that kiss at me!” Peyton exclaimed.
“As if!” June exclaimed.
“Oh, yeah!” Amanda added.
Sean smiled at his distraction and turned around…to see his girlfriend Heather Allgood. “Hey, Heather! What are you doing here?”
“I’m not really sure myself…”
Suddenly, the simulation paused as the real Sean Sporman was heard over the comm channel. “All primary staff members report to OPS…”
The real Federation Starship Enterprise lay in dock at Spacedock, in orbit around Earth, in the year 2391.
It’s commander, Captain Sean Sporman, sat smiling in the command chair on the bridge, the control center of the vessel.
Besides him to the right was Commander Heather Allgood, his girlfriend. She was working on a PADD, a personal access display device, at the moment.
To Sean’s left was Commander Jordan Reeves, a friend of Sean since the second grade.
At the forward left console, CONN, sat Lieutenant Commander Meagan Hall, a friend of some and amusing at times.
At the other forward console, OPS, sat Lieutenant Commander Lucy Camden. She had left her home because she was truly happy and popular in Hueytown, Alabama…or the Enterprise, depending on the way you look at it.
Behind and above Sean, stood Lieutenant Commander June Gabert, at tactical. She had once been on the side of evil, but was now on the side of good.
Behind tactical were the usual lineup of five wall-mounted sit-down consoles. Currently, three of the stations were being used. At Science I sat Lieutenant Peyton Freeman, once evil, she had also joined Sean’s side.
At Science II was Lieutenant Hannah Clements, a new friend of Sean.
At the Engineering Station sat Ensign Amy Rodgers.
They had recently come from late 1999 to the future by the request of the Federation Starfleet and now even had official ranks.
“We are receiving a mission transmission from Starfleet Command, Admiral William Ross.” June Gabert reported.
“Put it on screen.” Sean ordered.
The face of the Starfleet admiral replaced the inside of the Spacedock. “Greetings, Mr. Sporman. Let’s cut right to the chase, shall we?”
“As you know, the Starfleet is currently undergoing a massive retrofitting and rebuilding project after the victory of the Dominion at the Battle of Cardassia. Right now, the majority of our fleet that is not undergoing retrofitting is at the yearly Babel conference. However, we do have a problem.”
“Go on.” Sean stated calmly.
“Near the MIDAS array, which we are using to communicate with the Starship Voyager, still in the Delta Quadrant, our unmanned sensor arrays have picked up some starships in the region. But, since the short-range sensors on the array are only a tertiary function, they are low-resolution, sort of like those older…what did you call them…video gaming systems, you gave to some of the Enterprise crew members. But, as I was saying, you will investigate with the assistance of three other vessels, which you will meet up with after departing from spacedock. Ross out.”
“June, clear all moorings.”
June smiled, tapping at her tactical console. “Moorings cleared, Sean…or should I say Captain.”
Sean smiled. “Lucy, plot a course out of the spacedock.”
“Course plotted.” Lucy replied.
“Heather, confirm departure.”
“Ok, but read this first.” Heather handed him the PADD. Sean pressed the button and read it: Hey, Sweetie. Just wanted to say I enjoy being on the Enterprise and how sweet you’ve been to me. Love, Heather.”
Sean smiled. “Thank you, Heather.” He hugged her.
“You’re so sweet.” Heather replied.
At Science I, Peyton Freeman stuck her finger in her open mouth, indicating she was being overloaded by sweetness. “Blech.” She said.
“You sure are cynical.” Hannah Clements commented.
“You had better believe it.” Peyton replied.
Hannah shook her head.
“We are cleared for departure, Sean.” Heather stated in between chuckles.
Sean stood up. “Take us out!”
The spacedock spotlights now illuminated the Galaxy-class starship as it slowly approached the space doors. “Computer, external view, 45 degrees aft.” Sean said, sitting down once more.
“What a view.” June commented.
On the viewscreen, the Galaxy-class starship cleared the space doors quickly. “We are 500 million kilometers from rendezvous point one.”
“In five minutes.” Meagan stated.
“Hey, Sean. I think there is a problem.” June Gabert said.
Sean stood up from his command chair and walked to the tactical console where June had called from. “What seems to be the problem?”
June pointed at the message display portion of the tactical console. As Sean read it, Sean’s eyes widened and June smiled.
Sean walked back down. “Heather, may I see you in my ready room?”
“Of course.” Heather replied. The two walked into the Ready Room.
“Now what do you suppose that is about?” Lucy Camden inquired.
“I have no idea.” Meagan Hall responded.
“I think I do.” said Jordan Reeves.
“What’s up?” Heather inquired.
“You know that rumor we heard about June yesterday?”
“That she likes you mainly as a friend, but if you asked her out, she would go out with you? I thought it was a rumor started by the Pranksters.”
“I’m afraid you were wrong. But, just remember, you’re not wrong very often. Here, look at this.” Sean activated the small computer on the ready room desk.
Heather looked at the screen. “She’s asking you out?”
“Yes, and I have no idea what to do.”
“If it were six months ago, I would have said, ‘Go for it, buddy.’ But, now you’re taken.” Heather and Sean smiled at each other. “So, there is one solution I can think of.” Heather noticed Sean was leaning forward, listening to her every word.
“What?” Sean wondered aloud.
“You have to make June not like you.”
Sean allowed his shock to show. “How do I make someone not like me?”
Heather sighed. “You do have a problem with that. I don’t know with anyone with half a brain that dislikes you.”
“But, seriously,” Heather resumed. “I do not know. Unless…”
Sean stood up. “No, I can’t me mean to people, especially girls. And, I will use my manners for the next 70 years!”
“You are very sweet.” Heather smiled.
“Thank you.” Sean blushed. “What other solution might there be?”
“You could go out with her as a fake.”
“That would mean—“
“Two…I mean three girlfriends for you.” Heather looked at Sean. “So, you know about her going out with Rav?”
“You bet.” Sean replied.
“You’ve taken it pretty good.” Heather commented.
“Always. I respect everyone’s other’s actions…or something like that.” The two laughed.
“Reeves to Ready Room. If you two are done k-i-s-s-i-n-g we’re at the rendezvous point.”
Sean and Heather laughed loudly. “Boy, Jordan’s a tad goofy in making his assumptions, eh?”
“That’s Jordan for you.” Heather commented.
“Let’s make it appear that way though.” The boyfriend and girlfriend giggled as they walked out of the door in the middle of a kiss.
“What did I tell you?!” Jordan exclaimed.
Sean looked at Heather, “I’m only will go out with her to keep her on the side of good. I still like you the best.”
“Mushy mush.” Peyton Freeman said.
“Be quiet, please. This is no time for cynicism!” Heather responded. Sean smiled.
Sean sat back in the Captain’s chair and Heather in the chair by him. The two smiled at each other and they were both still laughing.
“Put the ships on screen.” Sean saw the three ships on the screen. “The Hypothetical!” Lucy exclaimed, “It’s still in service!”
“In fact,” June noted, “Commander Angela Tomi is hailing us.”
“On screen.” Sean ordered.
On the compact, yet highly functional bridge of the Hypothetical, sat only Commander Tomi. “This is Commander Tomi. As you can see, I’m the only one on the Bridge. Since I know that all of your crew has experience, I am requesting your assistance, Captain.”
“Yes, Ma’am. I would be glad to help. I have the perfect one for the job.”
“Thank you, Captain. Tomi out.”
Sean tapped his combadge. “Tina Adams, Amy Rodgers and Emily Ham, report to transporter room 3.”
“Lucy, I want you to go over there as First officer.” Lucy nodded and began to walk toward the turbolift. “And Lucy,”
Lucy smiled as she entered the turbolift.
“We are being hailed by the Miranda-class USS Birmingham.”
“This is Lieutenant Commander Harry Stokes. We are also short on crewmembers. We require a commander with good experience and seven or eight other officers for the mission.”
“I understand. They’ll be right over. Sporman out.”
“Commander Hall, I think you are just right for this mission. Take command. Feel free to take six others of your choice to the Birmingham. Even Rav if you want too.”
“You know?” Meagan looked, shocked, “And, you’re not going to fire me or anything?”
“Of course not.” Sean chuckled. “Now, go take command, Meagan.”
She smiled. “Yes, sir.”
Jordan sighed. “Well, we do have to have a homily of the week, don’t we?”
“You better believe it.” Sean replied with a smile
“Captain’s Log, USS Enterprise-D, Sean Sporman reporting on Stardate 5239.47, we are only two minutes from the MIDAS array, and continuing at Warp 8. The remainder of the command crew, except for me and Commander Allgood as well as Lieutenant Commander June Gabert have been posted on other ships for this mission, leaving me to handle a certain situation…”
Heather Allgood smiled at Sean as she stood from her chair on the nearly empty bridge of the USS Enterprise-D. Besides tactical, everything was automated. Sean Sporman sat at the helm, ready to take command of the engines, should the need arise. Heather entered the turbolift and winked at Sean as the doors slid shut.
There were a few moments of total silence on the bridge, save the beeping of the computer consoles and the hum of the warp engines.
June then began to walk down toward Sean. “So, Sean, have you decided yet?”
Sean turned and smiled. “The answer is yes.”
June was shocked. “Through all I did to you and your school and your spaceships.”
“Yes. I do believe you have turned fully good, June.”
“You’re a good person, Sean.” June replied.
Suddenly, the ship was shaken violently. Both June and Sean were thrown to the floor as the ship was thrown out of warp. “What happened?” June inquired as she struggled off of her feet.
Sean walked to the tactical console. “We’ve been thrown out of warp by a forced plasma blast…of Starfleet origin.”
“What?” June inquired, shocked, “Why would out allies fire a weapon at one of our own ships?”
“I agree. It makes no sense.” The ship was shaken again, as Heather emerged on the bridge.
“I’ll take over the helm.” Heather said, “Mission complete?”
Sean nodded and smiled. “The first mission, affirmative.”
On the bridge of the USS Hypothetical, Commander Angela Tomi watched the viewscreen in shock as an Excelsior-class starship pummeled down on the USS Enterprise-D, which had been caught off guard with their protective shields down.
“They’ve been damaged!” Lucy Camden exclaimed.
“I’m going to the special section.” Tomi replied, “Take command.”
“Special section?” Lucy’s question went unanswered.
“Emily, do we have phasers?”
Emily Ham was at the tactical console, “Yes.”
“Then,” Lucy smiled, “Prepare to fire!”
Meagan Hall sat in command of the Miranda-class Starfleet starship USS Birmingham, only minutes behind the Enterprise-D.
“We’re picking up a distress call from Sean on the Enterprise-D. They’re under attack by a…Federation vessel.” Hannah Clements did not hide the surprise in her report.
“I told you some were no good.” Peyton Freeman commented.
“Oh, be quiet.” Hannah Clements replied as Peyton glared at her. “You people are all the same…too stinking jolly.” Peyton sighed.
“Oh, come now.” Peyton heard a voice say, “It’s always good to be optimistic.” Peyton turned to see the Emergency Medical Hologram walking onto the bridge. Lieutenant Commander stokes wore the SPHT, which allowed the hologram to be transmitted.
“They will not respond to hails!” Heather exclaimed.
“Well, maybe they’ll respond to this,” Sean replied, “June, target their warp nacelles at 50% power. Heather, see if you can scan for lifeforms. I don’t think Starfleet would attack us.”
“Firing.” June replied. A phaser beam lanced out at the enemy ship, and hit its shields. Suddenly, it flew toward the Enterprise at high impulse speed…and passed over it.
“It’s heading toward the Birmingham and the Hypothetical!”
“I’ve detected Ferengi onboard!” Heather exclaimed.
Sean smiled. “This is going to be easy! Get me Andy Blackerby on SpecDeck.”
Heather Allgood looked and Sean and nodded.
On the bridge of the captured USS Magnificent, NCC-2002, Ferengi Daimon Treebok sat in the Captain’s chair, that he had laced with latinum after stealing this from some junkyard run by an idiot Zachdorn. “Look at this, Daimon!” His first officer handed him a PADD of fresh sensor readings. “There are twenty thousand bars of latinum on the Enterprise!”
“Yes. Ready to fire again. We are going to rich today.”
“We are quite ready to fire.”
“Fire!” Daimon Treebok smiled as he saw his weapon hit the shields of the Enterprise. The shields flared up and overloaded.
“Their shields are down!”
Treebok laughed diabolically. “Let’s get our Latinum, boys.”
On the bridge of the Birmingham, Meagan Hall made an inquiry. “How long until we intercept with the captured cruiser.”
“They are no longer headed toward us!” Hannah Clements exclaimed. “In fact, they are beaming an away team to the Enterprise. But, the Enterprise’s shield Generator is at 94%.”
Meagan Hall knew Sean was up to something good.
Daimon Treebok and his away team materialized into an empty, unoccupied corridor. “They must be chicken hew-mons! Telmork, which way is our latinum?”
“Down this way and then left and in the room at the end.”
“Raise you weapons.” Treebok ordered to his men. “Let’s go.”
The six ran down the corridor and looked down the next one, which was also unoccupied. They ran down to the door and opened it.
It was dark, but two spotlights shone down from the ceiling. One shined on the latinum and another shined on a legendary Starfleet captain. “You are not going anywhere.” Then, one by one, spotlights shined down on Starfleet officers, regular humans, Pokemon, aliens and other things.
“Let’s get out of here!”
“It’s to dark! I can’t find the door.”
“Idiot!” Suddenly, the Ferengi cowered in fear. “We give up! We give up!” The Ferengi dropped their weapons, which were beamed out.
Then, a voice said, “Computer, end holographic program!”
The Ferengi watched as everything disappeared but Sean Sporman and Heather Allgood. The others had been a false 3D image.
“NOOOOOOOOOOOO!” The Ferengi named Treebok screamed a useless scream. “Curse you, Sean Sporman!!!!”
“Oh yeah, curse you too Heather Allgood!!!”
Sean and Heather gave each other a high-five for they had triumphed over evil once more.
“Captain’s Log, Supplemental, We have successfully captured Daimon Treebok and his men, rebels in the Ferengi Alliance. All of my friends are back on the ship and we are set to return to the past after a stop on Tarsus V, sometimes called the ‘Six Flags’ of the twenty-fourth century.”
Sean Sporman smiled as June Gabert and Heather Allgood sat by him on the bridge. Jordan Reeves currently was on the Battle Bridge.
“So,” Meagan Hall said, standing by her new boyfriend, “You are going out with just Heather now. That’s cool.”
“I hope you are happy too.” Sean replied.
Meagan left the bridge with her boyfriend.
“Well, I think I need to get my beauty sleep now.” Heather said, yawning, “See you in the morning.”
Sean smiled. “I think you are beautiful enough already.” Sean stood up and hugged Heather. Heather smiled and then left the bridge, once again leaving Sean and June alone on the command center of the USS Enterprise.
“Thanks to you keeping it a secret, I won’t need to be so paranoid anymore.” June commented. “So, what do you think will happen tomorrow?”
“Anything can happen…let’s just hope it’s good.” Sean looked up. “You had better get some sleep.”
The computer then began. “Night shift in progress. Night crew on bridge in three minutes.”
The Enterprise then proceeded through space, continuing to boldly go where no one had gone before…
Next time on Gopher’s Gateway:
A mysterious attacker threatens the Federation! And only an alliance of two forces can stop it! Find out who it is on the next exciting episode…24!!!
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