But compiling a list of the sexiest ever was never going to be easy. With all its different incarnations and the sheer volume of life-forms Captain Kirk alone has sullied, it’s certainly a tough job. But Hecklerspray has never been one to shirk a challenge and is prepared to risk the wrath of Trekkies across the world by compiling a list of lovelies that are the envy of the galaxy.
And we are pretty happy with the results. Put it this way, we’d certainly love to get our hands on their tricorders. However, we are sure you will have your own suggestions. As always, please let us know of any glaring omissions â€“ not that you need any encouragement, you pedantic, miserable bastards.
And before you ask, we have not included the upcoming Star Trek film, which is due to be released next year. So the names Zoe Saldana and Jennifer Morrison have not been added to the list this time, but would certainly come into contention next time if we decided to do this list again.
Anyway, set your phasers to stun and enjoy.
26. Tasha Yar (Denise Michelle Crosby)
A personal favourite, but, sadly, the frankly blokeish haircut bumped our dear Tasha down the list.
24. Dr Helen Noel (Marianna Hill)
Love her bedside manner.
23. Droxine (Diana Ewing)
One of the most elegant actresses to pass through the series.
22. Nona (Nancy Kovack)
Played a Kanutu medicine woman in A Private Little War, but is possible more famous for her role as Medea in Jason And The Argonauts.
10. Anij (Donna Murphy)
Star Trek: Insurrection
A looker for her age (over 300 years old). If Picard didn’t have his eyes already set on Anij, you know you’d want a piece of that action.
9. Ezri Dax (Nicole de Boer)
Deep Space Nine
Essentially, Jadzia Dax version 2, which can’t be all bad.
8. Android Andrea (Sherry Jackson)
Kissing Kirk was not part of her programming. What can we say, programmes are there to be hacked. Better still that costume doesn’t leave much to the imagination.
4. Jadzia Dax (Terry Farrell)
Deep Space Nine
A very hot woman who attracted the attentions of Bashir and ultimately Worf. Slight turn-off: her multiple personalities, call it what you will.
3. Kamala (Famke Janssen)
Star Trek: Next Generation
Simply stunning and a real favourite at Hecklerspray Towers.
2. T’Pol (Jolene Blalock)
A Trellium-D addict, which is great for lowering her inhibitions.
Lieutenant Valeris (Kim Cattrall)
Kira Nerys (Nana Visitor)
[story by Michael Chenucha]