"Amazing Race" host Phil Keoghan visits an exact replica of the Starship Enterprise on the final installment of "Keoghan's Heroes."
Once a year, Trekkies fly from around the country to this remade car dealership to recreate episodes of "Star Trek."
In their recreation of "Star Trek," the fans of the show pick up where the show left off.
A fan-turned-actor takes a mock swipe at another actor on set.
All of the actors are volunteers who are die-hard fans of "Star Trek."
One of the actors receives make-up from a professional make-up artist.
The Trekkies have a wide variety of ears to choose from when they play their favorite "Star Trek" characters.
David Gerrold, left, was a writer on the original "Star Trek" series. Here, he talks with Phil Keoghan about directing "Star Trek: the New Voyages."
"Star Trek: the New Voyages" has received more than 30 million hits online since it debuted.
Some of the cast stands around before they prepare so shoot a new episode of "Star Trek: the New Yoyages."
"Admiral" Keoghan gets in front of the camera as he wears one of the original "Star Trek" shirts.
Keoghan gets a brief view into what the actors call their "Star Trek family."
Phil Keoghan examines the exact replica set of the Starship Enterprise.
Keoghan takes a glance at a piece of a set that was orignially built for a "Star Trek" summer camp.
Phil Keoghan gets his make-up done prior to putting on his "Star Trek" costume.
A shot of some of the lights and machinery that make up this "Star Trek" set.
The elaborate set was personally financed by James Cawley.
The actors for "Star Trek: the New Voyages" have careers ranging from a video store owner to an Elvis impersonator.
Like the rest of the cast, Keoghan gets his make-up done professionally prior to going on set.
The Trekkies are meticulous in their recreation of "Star Trek," right down to the last bit of facepaint.