Monday, April 02, 2018

Android Andrea

A is for Sci-Fi Androids - Ash, Bishop, Call and Data.

QUESTION Who was the MOST beautiful android creation from STAR TREK The Original Series? Heres a hint. Archaeologist Roger Korby built her using technology left over from an ancient civilization on Exo III.

SHERRY JACKSON AKA ANDREA


ANSWER: Sherry Jackson played stunning android, Andrea in star trek's classic episode "What are little girls made of?" and wasn't she a stunner?

 Seizing the moment and the android, Kirk plants a sloppy wet kiss right onto her sweet pretty smacker. Poor Andrea, I bet her that move overloaded her logical android programming.

KIRK AND ANDREA  you get the idea.


While trying to grapple with emotions, Android Andrea is so innocent and trusting.

All she says "No, not programmed for you." in her sweet pure voice.  

She realizes feelings are so illogical yet the kiss triggers an unstoppable chain of emotions in her! How is this possible?



What happens in the end? More phaser blasts and kissing but I won't ruin the fun on you, lol.

Live Long and Prosper

8 comments:

Susan Kane said...

I loved this episode, and have a vague memory of the end. Also, I always wondered how her costume stayed in place. Glue?

also, loved seeing how Sherry Jackson has aged. Not a bit, in my way of thinking.

Elephant's Child said...

You always remind me of how much I have missed.

Liz A. said...

Ah, the sexist '60s...

Tony Laplume said...

Surely one of the more attractive babe-of-the-week babes Kirk came across.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Scantily clad. No complaints here.

Birgit said...

She must have fallen out a few times much to the men's happiness:) Good ole tape holds those suckers in and she was a beauty indeed and still is. This was a great episode that brought out a little of Nurse chapel's history.

Susan Kane said...

Okay! I looked it up "What are little girls made of". Ending was what I remembered. Thanks for putting this up!

The Armchair Squid said...

Certainly a memorable costume, too.

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