The Top 50 Babes in Star Trek Original Series
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(Season 1, Episode 10: "What Are Little Girls Made Of?")
Just imagine what you'd find in a mad scientist's cavern: the perfect specimen. Beauty and a hot android body and the sexiest voice in the universe. Korby puts it better this way: She's got a pulse, sensation and no commitment.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: Kirk was the test subject of her kisses.
(Season 2, Episode 33: "Who Mourns for Adonais?")
Lt. Palamas already looked stunning in Federation science uniform but when clothed barely became a living Barbie doll who looked to have caught a flying pillow case with her naked body.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: Scotty saw her first but Apollo conquered her heart. Who’d compete with a god with a Baywatch bod and grows four stories high?
(Season 2, Episode 20: "By Any Other Name")
Anybody would've wanted to be in Kirk's shoes in "Educating Kelinda." The body the Kelvan had chosen happened to be sugar and spice and all things nice.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: Kirk advanced towards the Kelvan and kissed her on the mouth saying it's how humans apologize. The act left Kelinda aroused and later wanted more of the "apologizings." You bad Kirk!
(Season 3, Episode 68: “Wink of an Eye”)
All eyes were on Deela, the Scalosian Queen, with such charming smiles and a dress that makes her about 1/3 naked. She’s somewhere in the star system of a Gwyneth Paltrow, only Scalosians are invisible since they move in superhuman speed. Think of the many things you could accomplish with that.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: Even before they met, Deela had stolen kisses from Kirk. Unfortunately for the Captain, she was also kissing another Scalosian in between without stopping in the powder room to gargle. Caught between time, they fell in love and had all the time to do it.
(Season 3, Episode 57: “Elaan of Troyius”)
The arrogance, temper, and brattiness of the would-be wed Elaan is what makes her irresistible, not counting that her tears act as an ultimate love potion. Cleopatra meets Helen of Troy, those revealing costumes of hers could indeed launch an interstellar war.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: Kirk falls for her unwillingly, and it is suggested they had sex after Kirk said, “What happened was an accident.”
(Star Trek Pilot: "The Cage")
She’s like a menagerie of the best things in a Star Trek woman: she transforms from a wild child in grass skirts to a potent Eve to an exotic green-skinned dancing alien…and Captain Pike rejected her. With good reason, of course. She is an illusion far from her true appearance of a deformed crash victim. But with the Talosian illusionists as insurance, the play acting scenarios are limitless.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: Pike was the Captain.
(Season 1, Episode 18: "The Squire of Gothos")
Trelane, the Squire of Gothos was impressed in seeing Uhura, but was awestruck at the sight of the stunningly beautiful Yeoman that he compared her to Helen of Troy. Not satisfied, he donned her in a fairy tale gown and took her dancing.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: He eyed her like a tasty concoction, but didn't have a chance to indulge.
(Season 1, Episode 11: "Dagger of the Mind")
Just what is her specialty? Ah, yes, those dimples!
THE KIRK CONNECTION: A Christmas party not so long ago, Kirk "swept" her off her feet, and gave her a Christmas kiss. He repeats it without any real occasion.
(Season 2, Episode 38: "The Apple")
She’s got the prettiest face in all of paradise that you’d willingly brave exploding stones and thorn-firing flowers just to be with her. The federation uniform doesn’t do her justice.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: Early in the story, she was already tied up with Chekhov.
(Season 3, Episode 75: “The Way to Eden”)
Beneath the perfect face of the young flower power girl, is a restlessness that only accounts for more sexiness. Plus, she’s Russian too. The perfect dream girl on the way to Planet Eden.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: She’s just too young for Kirk and Pavel Chekov already had a history with her back in the Academy.
(Season 3, Episode 67: “Plato’s Stepchildren)
She’s 2,300 years old but stopped aging at 30 and possesses psychokinetic powers. That means she’s very nifty with household chores. But piss her-off and you’d find yourself doing ridiculous stuff. She’s a goddess in her own right, chiseled and marble statuesque, and I repeat, she stopped aging at 30.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: As far as Kirk is concerned, anyone with the power to make men weaker than the opposite sex is out of the question, but thanks to Philomena's wicked husband, he got to kiss Uhura.
(Season 1, Episode 17: "Shore Leave")
Such a fair medieval damsel the yeoman when donned as such, but we all wanted her on that ripped fed reds. The one that rascal Don Juan ripped a second time.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: It was the good doctor for which the damsel had fits of jealousy. Kirk was reliving a past love somewhere else.
(Season 3, Episode 58: “The Paradise Syndrome”)
Pocahontas of deep space, Miramanee, the tribal priestess is simple-minded and speaks in broken English but she’s quite a woman and easy to get along with, in the hippie-kind-of way. Though, I do have a problem with hygiene issues in that primitive, reservation-like planet.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: Kirok loved her and mated with her and she carried her child but they both perished. With a Daniel Boone mentality, Kirk became attached with the simple frontier life.
(Season 2, Episode 45: "A Private Little War")
As a Kahn-ut-tu, she's a potent healer using herbs. Plus, the way she does it reminds you of a pole dancer. But she's just too ambitious that it cost her her life.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: She used the "horny" leaf on Kirk and they made-out. Tyree let them be. Such a good friend.
(Season 3, Episode 71: “Whom Gods Destroy”)
The spritely and playful green-skinned alien dances rather erotically. But she seemed dumb as an ox with her plagiarized poetry and psychologically unstable mind—a very dangerous mix, if you ask me. She does, however, look very sexy in a swimsuit.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: Kirk nearly found out whether the bush was green, but after a kiss, she pulled out a knife from under the pillow. Again, unstable in the mind.
(Season 3, Episode 67: "Plato's Stepchildren")
The quintessential Nubian.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: Repressed feelings open in the episode popular as the first to have a first interracial TV kiss.
(Season 3, Episode 78: “All Our Yesterdays”)
In the freezing ice age past, you’d want to just warm yourself on her body for all eternity and that’s just the problem. The time machine that is the Atavachron stranded her there with but two sets of clothing: a Raquel Welch “One Million Years BC” bikini and a winter hunting coat. In hindsight, it’s not a place you’d be willing to grow old and die.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: No connection since Kirk gets thrown in a different past. Spock takes this one in his absence.
(Season 3, Episode 69: “That Which Survives”)
The men were all in agreement in saying that she’s “very beautiful.” Ms. Meriwether, Catwoman in the Batman movie, is very beautiful indeed, but lethal at the same time for once Losira comes for you, her touch is death. To make matters worse, she is but a computer projection having died a long time ago. She can duplicate herself though which could make for an interesting virtual show.
KIRK CONNECTION: Kirk didn’t even want to be touched.
(Season 2, Episode 32: "Friday's Child")
Under the right circumstances, Julie Newmar is a babe. She was Batman's Catwoman. In this episode, however, she's a pregnant wife of a Capellan leader and is due anytime within the day. And Capellan women insists not to be touched by anybody except their husbands.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: Only McCoy was allowed to touch her. For Godssakes, he's a doctor!
(Season 1, Episode 6: "Mudd's Women")
Susan Denberg was a Playboy playmate.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: The Captain definitely missed something here.
(Season 1, Episode 8: "Charlie X")
She was Charlie's first crush, but she goes for older men, preferably, the Captain of the ship.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: Kirk and Rand's sexual tension is legedary.
(Season 2, Episode 39: "Mirror, Mirror")
Everytime she appears onscreen, the music seems to be whistling—and with good reason. The Latina is a bombshell. Think J.Lo with the same ambitious energy upon her.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: The "good" Kirk found out where the "bad" Kirk gets his mojo. She doesn’t seem to leave the Captain’s quarters, very convenient after a hard day’s exploring the galaxy.
(Season 1, Episode 6: "Mudd's Women")
Ruth, the dark-haired, Latina-like beauty playfully rubbed her back on McCoy's monitor, no wonder it stopped working.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: Kirk, himself admitted to the sensual powers of the women, as do the entire male crew. It was however, Eve (the least one) that tried to seduce the Captain. Anyway, they wouldn't match up to Kirk's main squeeze--the Enterprise.
(Season 2, Episode 36: "Wolf in the Fold")
In her brief appearance, she danced the night away like hulahoops around the rings of Saturn. That is why the smile on the faces of Kirk, McCoy and especially Scotty seemed permanent. The finest belly and belly dance ever.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: Kirk allowed Scotty to take her out for a walk in the fog. She ended up killed by the spirit of Jack the Ripper.
(Season 2, Episode 43: "Bread and Circuses")
" I am ordered to please you.:" The words say it all, as a slave girl in a rich Roman household, Drusilla, a blonde bombshell, is well kept and maintained.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: Suggested sex after a warm kiss. So went Kirk's one night with Drusilla.
(Season 2, Episode 41: "I. Mudd")
Harcourt Fenton Mudd prefers the Alice series for obvious reasons: the android is stunning, dynamic and very efficient. Yes, there's little difference between this Alice and the other one. The best thing about these manufactured mannequins is that they are programmed to function everything a real woman could—with no commitment---production guaranteed.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: Not before Rayna Kapec, did Kirk even considered Androids, not in his wildest dreams.
(Season 1, Episode 15: "Court Martial")
Nobody doubts her capabilities as a lawyer. She's shrewd as she is sexy. Mature as she looked to be playful.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: She had counted, more or less, the days in which she and Kirk last saw each other. She was never shy in asking Kirk to kiss her on the bridge.
(Season 1, Episode 7: "The Naked Time")
In her most vulnerable moment, the stiff nurse opens up her sexy side, admitting love for the stiffer Mr. Spock.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: Strictly professional. You know, she's the creator's wife.
(Season 3, Episode 61: “Spock’s Brain”)
An underground city way below an icy planet houses virginal ladies which McCoy described as having minds of a child. Kara, the leader is authoritative but still takes cue from a supercomputer which provides her everything she needs to know. However, that doesn’t include sex. Ah, the things you could teach her.
KIRK CONNECTION: Kirk didn’t have time to strut his stuff as they needed to bring Spock’s brain back to his body.
(Season 2, Episode 51: “Return to Tomorrow")
Must be the hair and the Fed uniform, but Diana Muldaur looked better in her role here than that frigid Dr. Miranda Jones in "Is There in Truth No Beauty?" More woman.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: Kirk was not in his right mind when he made out with the beautiful doctor as thetheir human bodies were borrowed by the beings Sargon and Thalassa.
(Season 1, Episode 25: "This Side of Paradise")
Jill Ireland's disntinct, natural beauty was well-made for this episode in which she's a cross between a farm girl and an extra in "The Sound of Music." She conquers Spock's heart anew.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: For the first time in his life, Spock was happy and Kirk had to take her away from the Science Officer.
(Season 3, Episode 72: “The Mark of Gideon”)
As a native of Gideon, Odona is certain of a long, healthy existence but happy she is not. She’s as sad for her people as that awful thing she’s wearing. But she’s not without hope. Optimism reflects on her beautiful face and the rest of her body is germ-free which means no harmful sexually-transmitted disease.
KIRK CONNECTION: Kirk’s feelings for her was that of sympathy. They kiss even when being monitored and are suggested to have had sex. He cared for her and that exchange of smiles towards the episode’s ending was a sort of mystery.
(Season 3, Episode 74: “The Cloudminders”)
She’s labeled as a work of art—she is also, bless our souls, a work of less is more clothing. The princess that resides in the cloud city of Stratos, Droxine is royalty and good breeding ala Nicole Kidman. Take also into consideration the weather up there, and what it’s like for lovemaking.
KIRK CONNECTION: It’s Spock that ogles, not Kirk.
(Season 3, Episode 65: “For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky”)
High priestesses are an unusual lot, they always show the appearance of being in control, but at least, they are typically honest in their feelings, albeit in a subtle way. When they wanted to be alone with someone, they just say, “Leave us!” Then let out all those repressed feelings…and libido. Bold, brunette Natira is all that, plus very, very devoted.
KIRK CONNECTION: Kirk leaves this one to a dying Leonard McCoy, after all, there are more high priestesses where they come from.
(Season 3, Episode 76: “Requiem for Methuselah”)
Rayna’s intelligence can be compared to 17 university degrees and it’s the simple fact that she’s got gigabytes of disk space because she’s an android. But what circuitry and what artificial covering! Is it that hard to love a robot?
THE KIRK CONNECTION: Kirk’s a little bitter he fell head over heels for her only to learn she’s an android--just when he was just beginning to warm her lips.
(Season 3, Episode 74: “The Cloudminders”)
Vanna looked better nourished than the other chick in the episode, Droxine, and to think that she lived in the caves. With her figure (those legs!) and pretty face, why she chose to hide in the dark when she could’ve gotten a job in Stratos as say, a game show assistant, is beyond me. Must be the icy-tongue and a penchant for wrestling men to the ground.
KIRK CONNECTION: They wrestled twice and that’s just about it.
(Season 3, Episode 79: “Turnabout Intruder”)
Behind the pretty face of the ambitious doctor is hate and jealousy…for men. And with a machine that could transfer her mind to another body and vice-versa, she’s a danger to the male species. Too bad, here’s a MILF going to waste.
KIRK CONNECTION: Exchanging bodies with a female wasn’t exactly in Kirk’s plans, even with an attractive old flame. The final episode of Star Trek
(Season 1, Episode 28: "The City on the Edge of Forever")
Goody two-shoes. Peacemaker. Keeler is the epitome of true love and she doesn’t need to be blonde or a bombshell. She's a partner for life, a best friend you could talk to and listen to forever.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: 3 words: Kirk's greatest love.
(Season 2, Episode 55: "Assignment: Earth")
She’s funny, quirky, jumpy, wears silk stockings, and cute as hell. She’s as unsophisticated as secretaries get but she’s no dumb blonde. According to a supercomputer, Roberta possesses a high I.Q. Hey, it’s Teri Garr!
THE KIRK CONNECTION: She’s a Terran from the present time (in this case, 1968). The Enterprise was on a mission of importance and time is of the essence, Kirk didn’t get a good look.
(Season 1, Episode 14" The Galileo Seven)
She was quite cute even though she spent most of the time seating on the Galileo and pretending to read from the tricorder. What purpose she had back there remains a mystery, well, maybe as eye candy.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: None
(Season 3, Episode 59: “The Enterprise Incident”)
Women in uniform you just have to dig ‘em. And to command a Romulan flagship! Yes, pointy ears and bleeds green. And to be such in a command position means she must have put on some years, though she appears to still got it after putting on something more “woman-like.”
KIRK CONNECTION: No, Kirk didn’t disguise himself as a Romulan to shag her, he even left this one in the hands of Spock.
(Season 3, Episode 66: “Day of the Dove”)
One look at the exotic Mara, you’d almost forget that she’s a Klingon--and the wife of that huge Klingon named Kang. Just ask Chekov who had rape (the kind that goes with pillaging) on his mind. Good luck on that, she generally mistrusts humans and keeps to her kind.
KIRK CONNECTION: Kirk wouldn’t touch a Klingon woman with a ten-foot pole, even as Klingon-attractive as this one.
(Season 2, Episode 31: "Metamorphosis")
From the very first moment, the sick Commissioner is a problematic burden. She’s pretty but no trace of tenderness in her. That’s the reason she admitted to being “unloved.” Let’s just take her word for it.
KIRK CONNECTION: She’s a Federation Commissioner. She’s ailing. Hands off Kirk.
(Season 1, Episode 13: "The Conscience of the King")
Raised a thespian, Lenore could invoke long lines of Shakespeare if the occasion calls for it---like the death of her father, whose identity she so dutifully protected by committing multiple murders. She reminds us of Poe's heroine--beautiful but tragic.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: At first, Kirk uses her to get to the bottom of things, but got involved with her romantically, even showing-off the Enterprise to impress her and kissing her under the stars.
(Season 1, Episode 17: "Shore Leave")
A planet amusement park where thoughts become reality including beautiful women who comes walking from your past.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: Kirk and Ruth have history and something that makes the Captain smile sheepishly.
(Season 1, Episode 1: "Where No Man Has Gone Before")
She literally got crazy eyes. A product of gaining powers far beyond mortal men. Normally, she's quite nice and dedicated to work, but, it’s the powers you need to be worried about and it killed her in the end.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: It was Kirk's debut so he was more involved with running the ship. She did save his life though.
(Season 2, Episode 16: The Gamesters of Triskelion)
Women in prison films, mondo, sexploitation, Shahna is the kind of chick that would fit in as the alpha female, or the warden. I mean, just check the outfit. But, as Thrall's lead mistress of pain in Triskelion, she showed some heart and compassion and once the diabolical dictator was ousted, became her own woman. Lady Gaga ain't got no shit on her.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: One look at her and Kirk sees a dumb blonde ripe for picking and manipulating.
(Season 3, Episode 73: "The Lights of Zetar")
A crany neck and Linda Carter tighs, Science Officer Romaine looks as though she stepped out and grown over an episode of The Brady Bunch. However, her fate isn’t a happy one as she has to absorb the consciousness of a whole dead race. Possessed, she speaks in a deep male voices. It’s like waking up beside Linda Blair. Scary.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: Kirk considers her as but a victim, only Scotty had the hots for the lass.
(Season 2, Episode 30: "Catspaw")
She’s one bad hair day away from looking like the witches in the early scenes. Her real form is even worse—a feathery, bird-like reject from the “Muppet Show.” Thanks to her ultra-powerful magic, she can make the impossible possible.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: Kirk seduces her to use her. She falls on his arms and...lips.
(Season 1, Episode 24: "Space Seed")
Ship historian McGivers ideal man is along the lines of Alexander and Napoleon, that is why she fell immediately for Khan Noonian Singh.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: McGivers have her eyes on Khan. How could Kirk compete with a Latino lover?