On the good ship Voyager, Victor Frankenstein has been slowly recovering his health, and telling his fantastic tale of the man he created. Today he tells more about the confrontation between himself and his monster.
The monster rages in despair at his hideous appearance, and how he has been an outcast of siciety. Is it the responsibility of the baron to help the monster out of his misery? Should Victor end the life of his creation? Does Victor love the monster he created too much to kill him off?
What every creature needs is a mate. Will the monster be satisfied if Frankenstein builds him a mate? The monster is willing to wait for his wife, but still threatens more death and destruction if Victor can’t provide satisfaction. Is the quest for satisfaction the right road, or will it just lead to more troubles?