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"The Stars Fill The Sky, So In Love With You Am I" is the fifteenth episode of the second season of Star Trek: The Cantabrian Expeditions.

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Summary

Cantabrian commanding officer Captain Noel Turner and his partner Counselor Scott Fack need a break, so they take some much-needed shore leave. But the holiday turns into a drive to solve a mystery, including finding out the possible fate of the Cantabrian's second commanding officer, Captain Jack Annand...

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Notes

  • Turner and Fack's relationship is strengthened in this episode.
  • We learn the Cantabrian's second commanding officer is Captain Jack Annand, who took over command from Thekla Lawless after her retirement in 2330, and that he disappeared without a trace in 2341 on the same planet Turner and Fack vacation on.
  • The title of the episode comes from a lyric in Cole Porter's song "So in Love" from the musical Kiss Me, Kate. The lyric goes, "Strange, dear, but true, dear/When I'm close to you, dear/The stars fill the sky/So in love with you am I".

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