|First Appearance||Tak: The Hideous New Girl|
|Users|| Tak (formerly)|
Dib (current owner)
Gaz (The Most Horrible X-Mas Ever only)
It is presumed that she built it while trapped on Planet Dirt, and promptly used it to escape her duty as a janitorial drone. It is highly customized, decorated with her personal insignia and painted red. Because it was originally a Spittle Runner, it was sometimes referred to as the "Tak Runner". However, it is simply referred to on-screen as "Tak's ship," or even just "Ship." She also downloaded her personality into it, which caused problems for Dib when he tried to repair it. Tak's Ship is more advanced than any other known Irken vehicle, and it can create excellent holographic disguises, better than any Invader's disguise seen on the show.
Tak's ship is controlled by a joy-stick that sometimes doesn't appear.
At the end of Tak: The Hideous New Girl, Tak had to eject herself out of her failing ship after an outer space dogfight with Zim. It crashed into Dib's backyard, and he immediately began repairs in the hopes that he would get it to fly once more. In Backseat Drivers From Beyond the Stars, Dib used the ship's computer to decipher data stolen from Zim's computers. Ironically, Zim ended up using Dib's spy bug in his base to control the ship and throw Dib out, reactivating Tak's downloaded personality in the process. Later, Dib downloaded his personality into it in Dibship Rising, and the ship demonstrated an ability to transform itself and even change its color. However, it deleted its own personality, leaving it without any personality at all. Zim also attempted to control the ship in this episode in order to revert it back to Irken service.
Aside from the computer, it also possesses "tentacles" and two pointed arm-like appendages that allow it to "walk" rather than fly, which it did before being able to fly again. However, Gaz got it to fly right before the climax of The Most Horrible X-mas Ever.
Had the series continued, it is unknown whether or not the ship's creator would have come back for it. In the cancelled episode Invader Dib, Dib allegedly would have gone to Irk to attempt to take it over, and it is likely that he would have used Tak's ship to get to the Irken homeworld.