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  2. Episode 002
    Trill Dating Services
    Trek Treats
    Grey Poupon Trek commercial
    Captain Kirkov and His Outstanding Star Treks: Chapter I
    Spock’s World #2 (Trek Babes Countdown)
    Klingon Pain Stick deodorant commercial
    Betazoid Friends Network

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  3. Episode 004
    Wackie’s Psycho House
    Spock’s World #4 (Spockman)
    Let’s Beam Things
    Blue Bat’telh medical insurance commercial
    Captain Kirkov and His Outstanding Star Treks: Chapter III
    Star Trek: The Unofficial, Unauthorized Non-Club Fan Club Show
    Homeworld Shopping Network #2

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  4. Ferdinand (9.25.1996)
    Takei-Beltran-Andorian-Dawson-Washburn-Russ-Takei-Dawson-Phillips plug
    Mops #1
    Spock’s World #7 (Spock Fiction, part 2)
    George Takei interview

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  5. Calvin (4.24.1996)
    Voyager: 1996
    La-Mo Classic: Hoi-Toi Pan Collection
    Klingon Hemorrhoid Cream commercial
    Fred’s Detective Agency: A Scooby Doo prequel
    Bri’s Basement Bash (featuring Gringo)
    Planet of the Grapes
    WOPA TV Awards

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A History of La-Mo Productions

Twenty years on, is hindsight still 20/20?

La-Mo Productions (sometimes spelled Les Meaux) was founded in the late 1980s by Michael Skeldon and Keith Sereby, who produced a series of short films, ranging from the experimental…


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A History of La-Mo Productions

Twenty years on, is hindsight still 20/20?

La-Mo Productions (sometimes spelled Les Meaux) was founded in the late 1980s by Michael Skeldon and Keith Sereby, who produced a series of short films, ranging from the experimental to nonsensical. “Highlights” included National Mail Gets Fridge and the Drag Bader Interview Hour, as well as the aborted Star Trek parody, Ster Trak: The Movie.

In 1991, Mike and Keith teamed up with Chris Ronci, Michael Day, Charlie and Chris Pistocco (and others who would later join La-Mo crew) for Interstellar Quest, a sci-fi parody that would contain several elements that would eventually find their way into the team’s public access shows. While the film was never completed, it stands as a harbinger of the nonsense that would follow in just a few years’ time.

Fast forward to 1995. Skeldon and Sereby were joined by newcomers Andrew Miernicki (late of another cable access program, Star Trek: The Unofficial Fan Club Show), Melanie Lee, Mark Badway, and others for Federation Forum, a Star Trek-themed sketch comedy, news, and interview show. Fed Forum aired Sunday nights (Monday mornings) at 1am and Wednesday mornings at 7am.

Episodes were numbered and not named. Episode numbers would appear onscreen at the start of each show. Episode 001 premiered on June 5, 1995.
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