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Officer Doug Eiffel, communications officer on board the U.S.S. Hephaestus Station, is willing to go to any lengths to procrastinate his work.
When Eiffel discovers that there’s only one tube of toothpaste remaining on board the Hephaestus, he decides that immediate action is necessary.
The time arrives for another one of Dr. Hilbert’s infamous biannual physical and wellness checks, causing Eiffel and Minkowski to descend into a state of panic.
Eiffel takes a quick trip to the exterior of the Hephaestus in pursuit of a cleaner reading of one of the mysterious space transmissions.
A mysterious illness strikes Eiffel, quickly leaving him out of commission and bedridden.
The Hephaestus Mission reaches its 500th day since launch, and Eiffel is determined to make the most of the occasion.
When Minkowski and Hera get into a fight, Eiffel decides to stay out of the way until the dust settles.
Eiffel takes time from his busy schedule to answer third graders' questions.
In accordance with protocol and the need to maintain crew morale, Minkowski insists on holding another of her infamous talent shows.
As the Hephaestus begins a hazardous passage through an ion wind cluster, Eiffel is surprised to discover a message from the mission higher-ups waiting for him in the Communications Room.
Eiffel decides that he wants to step up his game and play a more active role in documenting life on the Hephaestus.
In a set of short stories, we get to see what the Hephaestus crew does when they are by themselves.