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Writer(s): Cecelia Fannon
Cover Artist(s): James Wang
Publisher: Simon and Schuster Audioworks
Series: Alien Voices
Published: 1 December 2000
Run Time: Approx. 1 Hour
(one cassette or CD)
Stardate: N/A (Present Day)
Reference(s): ISBN 0743507029 (cassette)
ISBN 0743507037 (CD)

The battle of wits and logic is joined again!

Cover SummaryEdit

From the box
Following their debate over the fate of mankind, Spock and Q continue their discussions over a meal. After dining, the two return to the stage to recount their repast, which included encounters with several of Spock's former shipmates.
However, at the moment the two verbal sparring partners shake hands, a power surge places them in total darkness. Suddenly, Spock and Q are no longer on stage, but somewhere in deep space.
As they struggle to determine what has happened, a curious personality change takes hold. Spock is overcome with giddy delight. Q is much more serious, even...logical.
Masterfully performed by Leonard Nimoy and John de Lancie, Star Trek® Spock vs. Q: The Sequel is a fascinating and often hilarious role reversal that reveals previously unknown sides of Spock and Q. It is a program so original it could only come from Alien Voices®.
Excerpts of copyrighted sources are included for review purposes only, without any intention of infringement.

Background InformationEdit

In the cover art, Spock and Q are sitting on a rock on the surface of the asteroid, facing away from each other. Q is facing left, wearing the standard 2350s-2370s Starfleet uniform with 2360s-style combadge. No rank pips are visible. Spock is facing right and once again wearing his Starfleet uniform and wrist communicator from Star Trek: The Motion Picture, even though in the story, he is supposed to be his much older ambassadorial self.

CastEdit

Production StaffEdit

CharactersEdit

Spock
Former Starfleet officer, now Federation Ambassador-at-large.
Omnipotent being.

ReferencesEdit

USS Enterprise
Federation starship; Spock's former assignment.
Uhura
Starfleet officer; former communications officer and colleague of Spock aboard Enterprise.
Montgomery Scott
Starfleet officer; former chief engineer and colleague of Spock aboard Enterprise.
Pavel Chekov
Starfleet officer; former navigator and colleague of Spock aboard Enterprise.
Earth
Planet about to be hit by an asteroid, but now with Spock and Q aboard for the ride.
Shakespeare
16th century human poet
Asteroid
The same one originally heading for Earth in Spock Vs. Q.
777
The equivalent of 911 for emergency contact of the Q Continuum.
Betty
Switchboard operator at the 777 line.
Petunia
A Super-Super Being able to police the Q (at first mistaken for another operator at the 777 line).

MORE REFERENCES FORTHCOMING

NOTE: This story was also re-released as part of a boxed CD "gift set" [ISBN 0743509463], which included both stories on CD and a bonus third disc of material, including segments of video of Nimoy and de Lancie performing both stories.


Previous audio production: Series Next audio production:
"Spock Vs. Q" Alien Voices Final audiobook in series

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