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No Child Left Untested is the eighth episode of the first RIS Bouteina season.

TeaserEdit

After five months in space, shore leave is welcomed by the crew. They have arrived at a resort planet, and their well-deserved vacation was all going well, until a redshirt had a run-in with the locals.

SummaryEdit

Act OneEdit

After spending five months in space, Annika Hansen was still trying to unravel the mystery of how the Korlivilars had World of Warcraft under their possession. Pazzo suggested the entire bridge crew to take a shore leave, so they stopped at Malachor V and go out on the beach. The conclusions of the enigma were such that the Korlivilar Central Army (then a component of the ISC) captured a Klingon ship in 2294, meaning that the Klingons had obtained WoW from the Federation before that date. Pazzo saw his Emergency Medical Holographic program out on the beach as well, when he realized that Neleras wanted to use the EMH to bully him into using it more often. But he loses a fight against Pazzo and pries the EMH emitter from his hands.

Act TwoEdit

While Terenar and Fizdis played roulette at a casino, a Malachorian child asked Terenar for assistance, Terenar goes to Pazzo see him under the guise of medical assistance, baking pumpernickel bread afterwards. Meanwhile, Pazzo makes Vaebn meet a local woman, Brianna Reiss. At first, Vaebn feels angry at Brianna, and Brianna because he left his EMH activated. Terenar realizes that the kid is facing a lot of pressure due to the final exams approaching. To unwind from the pressure, he gets the kid to the concert of the Triple-E Senates and Vaebn realizes that Brianna is a prescription given by Pazzo to him in order to cure his inability to fall in love.

Act ThreeEdit

After Annika made her semi-secret ballet show, Terenar and his protégé open a letter and it says that his protégé is officially a cheater-candidate. With Rihanna and, more importantly, Aehmig, they study music together. After their short study session, Terenar supervises a cheating drill, with another cheater-candidate, in Pazzo's hotel room. However, in Pazzo's hotel room, he tried programming the EMH so it could look like Susan Cardinell, rather communicating with her instead. He then reverts the programming to how it was beforehand. Then, Vaebn learns that Brianna is, in fact a cheating charter holder, even if she was a counselor.

Act FourEdit

Under the guise of a defecting counselor from the Lyran Star Empire, Vaebn introduces Brianna to Annika. She debates the issue with Neleras, Lovestospooch and Terenar who also request permission to aid two Malachorian children obtain their cheating charters as well. As the Tal Shiar has decided to cashier the last counselor, Annika accepts both requests at the condition that the Tal Shiar must not use her to spy on the Lyrans. The next morning, these two kids received their grades and they realize that their dreams of holding cheating charters were safe. The Malachorian kid asks Brianna what would the charter bring them.

Act FiveEdit

Taev Radaik realizes that the whole cheating practices began much earlier than he previously thought. He realizes that they overglorify cheating and that they even give out tricks to make the procurement of cheating charters easier, but only through Lovestospooch's translation. They also realize that few cheaters actually succeed in getting their charters. Heavy emphasis (since 1760 actually) on teaching to the test made the Malachorians less and less knowledgeable. Lovestospooch, Terenar and Aehmig organize a gigantic cheating drill in a high school gymnasium. As Pazzo gets the EMH to work, Vaebn eats gagh with her prescription woman and gives the leftovers to Annika, who gets llhrei'sian because of the gagh. Their shore leave ends with the Malachorian protégés both getting their cheating charters.

BackgroundEdit

No Child Left Untested is a play on No Child Left Behind, an American program of the early 21st century that put massive emphasis on standardized testing to dole out federal funding for U.S. schools.

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RIS Bouteina episodes
Season 1
"The Departure" • "Distress Call" • "Take Me Out to the Zoo" • "Marianela" • "What about some D'oh!" • "Fundraiser" • "Declaration of Warcraft" • "No Child Left Untested" • "Manhunt" • "Eidolon" • "Four Redshirts and a Shirt" • "Merry Christmas" • "We're All In This Together" • "Marriage and Honeymoon"
Season 2
"Cloak, baby, Cloak!" • "Fury of the Prison Ships" • "Women's Dark Frontier" • "Easter Eggs" • "Bowser Shakedown" • "Sphere of Influence" • "Broken Bread" • "Extraordinary Summit" • "My Carpet, Tis of Thee" • "The Whole Kitten Kaboodle" • "Battle at the Grave of Thoughts" • "Redshirt Distribution" • "Bottle to Throttle" • "Quantic Fissure" • "Quantic Return" • "Blackrock and Roll" • "Kingdom Hospital" • "Monster-in-a-Box" • "A Tale of Two Holodecks" • "Grinch and Scrooge" • "Miracle in Whoville" • "Battle of Eight Beat" • "Planet of the Cheaters" • "How the Charter Was Won"
Season 3
"Yesterday's Lyrans" • "The Measure of a Romulan" • "Cost of Captivity" • "Hussade Contract" • "Degree of Liberty" • "Days of Wine and D'ohses" • "Doctor Rihanna" • "Grade Inflation, Part One" • "Grade Inflation, Part Two" • "Grade Inflation, Part Three" • "Holographic Family" • "There's no Coffee in the Nebula" • "Tobacco Quest" • "Super Size Me" • "Super Size Me Again" • "Limit at Plus Infinity" • "The Day Where Students Have Stopped Calculating" • "If At First You Don't Succeed" • "Going, going, gone" • "Drug Wars" • "Monopolis" • "TV Dinner" • "Love Plan" • "Spoiled Rotten"
Season 4
"Humans, Romulans and Space-Beasts" • "Vosteage" • "Ice Cream Parlor" • "Gogmagog" • "Relief and Refuge" • "Real Estate Liberty" • "High Priestess of Evacuation" • "Limit at Minus Infinity" • "Low-Cost Vacation" • "Back to School" • "Tribble Resupply" • "Midwife" • "Night of the Were-Hawks" • "Forlorn Hope" • "Party Quest" • "Combinatorics Nightmare" • "Redshirt Computer" • "Party School" • "Just Cause" • "Kathelet"
Season 5
"Resolution on Krant" • "Hilbert Hotel" • "New York Convention" • "Propane Dream" • "Hospital Blues" • "Home Sense" • "Homeward" • "Dr Jekyll and Dr Hyde" • "Varlamov Steak" • "Credit Card Scholarship" • "Black Sox" • "Jockship" • "Two-Speed Intellect" • "Toy Dream" • "A Hockey Game Broke Out" • "Ultimate Wager" • "Cigarette Redshirt" • "Rator III Awaits" • "Hystelic Kingdom"
Sequel: Star Trek: The Stoneship Files

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