Gaia’s Voyages Episode 9: Part 2 – Love and Terrorists Part 2

The chaos and carnage continues on Gaia. Mycroft and Gabriel make a run for Gaia’s computer core in order to administer the antidote for the virus that is killing Gaia. Elizabeth and Armarok wage an impossible battle with Shirvais – chaos incarnate. And everything finally comes to a head as Desedemona and Shirvais face off in space above Gaia as the Firestorms engage in a dogfight with the enemy. Will Gabriel and Mycroft succeed? Will Elizabeth and Armarok survive? Will Shirvais accomplish her mission of destruction? Tune in and see!

WARNING: There are scenes in this episode that are rather explicit and are NOT intended for a younger audience. This episode therefore has a mature rating!

Captain Elizabeth Monroe – Elaine Barrett
Commander Mycroft beckert – David Ault
Armarok “Ice”– Mark Kalita
Lt. Commander Desedemona Xanthaxis – Rene Christine Jones
Giacomo Casanova – Scott Vinnacombe
Dr. Candice Undomo – Ara Pelodi
Gaia – Melissa “Mippa” Johnson
Natty – Natasha Damroth
Amazo – Stevie K. Farnaby
Lt. Sherlock “Ace” Beckert – Chris Brittain
Lt. Anthony “Thor” Scott Thornton – Paul Lavelle
Ensign Vivian “Vixen” Thompson – Kristy Plotkin
Ensign Tremayne “Dove” Jordan – Julie Hoverson
Ensign Sokari ”Circuit” 32 – Laura Frechette
Ensign Slyzatyr ”Hard Drive” 29 – William Young
Ensign Talma “Wildcat” – Gwendolyn Jenson-Woodard
Ensign Zilia “Bats” Hakan – Elizabeth Rast
Ensign “Gimpy” – Christina Boyd
Ensign Ilidastun “Creeper” – Cary Ayers
Zeet – Anthony Piselli
Gabriel – Philip Weber
Shirvais – Lexy Rawle
Guest Starring:
Terrorists – Sam Haft, Chris Barnes, Bill Robb

Written, Cast, Directed, Engineered and produced by Elaine Barrett

Gaia’s Voyages Main Titles by Sam Haft

Additional Music by:
“Plans in Motion”
“Private Reflection”
“What You Want ver 2”
“Fast Talkin”
“The Whip Theme (Extended Version)”
“Exciting Trailer”
“Shiny Tech”
“Clenched Teeth”
“Ghostpocalypse – 7 Master”
“Epic Unease”
“Sad Trio”
“Stages of Grief”
by Kevin MacLeod of

NOTE This Podcast has been rated as AD-No One Under 17 – Visually explicit portrayals of violence, which may be characterized by extreme brutality, extreme bloodletting and extreme tissue damage. May include torture, horror, sexual violence. For more info:

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