Majel Barrett

Actor, Producer

Majel Barrett-Roddenberry (born Majel Leigh Hudec; February 23, 1932 – December 18, 2008) was an American actress and producer. She was also the wife of Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry. As a result of her marriage to Gene Roddenberry and her ongoing relationship with Star Trek – participating in some way in every series to date – she was sometimes referred to as "the First Lady of Star Trek".

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Mentioned In 6 Books

  • The Star Trek Encyclopedia

    2011
    Debbie Mirek, Denise Okuda and Michael Okuda

  • The Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion: Revised Edition

    2003
    Larry Nemecek

  • From Sawdust to Stardust

    2005
    Terry Lee Rioux

  • Star Trek: Voyages of Imagination: The Star Trek Fiction Companion

    2006
    Jeff Ayers

  • Ready Player One

    2011
    Ernest Cline

  • Adventures in Time and Space

    2002
    Mary P. Taylor

  • “Aquiel.” Next Generation episode #139. Teleplay by Brannon Braga & Ronald D. Moore. Story by Jeri Taylor. Directed by Cliff Bole. Stardate 46461.3. First aired in 1993. A technician on a sub-space relay station is believed to have been murdered. GUEST CAST: Reneé Jones as Uhnari, Lieutenant Aquiel; Wayne Grace as Torak, Governor; Reg E. Cathey as Morag; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Batarael; Canar; coalescent organism; Cold Moon Over Blackwater; Deriben V; disruptor; Fatal Revenge, The; Halii; Horath; iced coffee; La Forge, Geordi; Maura; Morag; Muskan seed punch; oumriel; Pendleton, Chief; Qu’Vat; Relay Station 47; Relay Station 194; Rocha, Lieutenant Keith; Sector 2520; Shiana; Starbase 212; subspace technology; Torak, Governor; Triona system; Uhnari, Lieutenant Aquiel.

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    Star Trek: The Original Series (TOS). The classic adventures of the first Starship Enterprise under the command of Captain James T. Kirk

    . The original Star Trek was created by Gene Roddenberry and ran for only three seasons, totaling 79 episodes that first aired on the NBC-TV network from 1966 to 1969. Star Trek became a pop culture icon when, instead of vanishing after its 1969 cancellation, it experienced a dramatic rebirth in syndication, becoming more popular than ever, spawning the Star Trek feature films and spinoff series. CAST: William Shatner as Kirk, James T.; Leonard Nimoy as Spock; DeForest Kelley as McCoy, Dr. Leonard H.; James Doohan as Scott, Montgomery; George Takei as Sulu, Hikaru; Walter Koenig as Chekov, Pavel A.; Nichelle Nichols as Uhura; Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine; Grace Lee Whitney as Rand, Janice.

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    “Extreme Risk.” Voyager episode #97. Written by Kenneth Biller. Directed by Cliff Bole. No stardate given. First aired in 1998. B’Elanna Torres wrestles with depression over the loss of her Maquis friends, while the Voyager crew builds a new shuttlecraft to retrieve a piece of valuable equipment from the atmosphere of a gas giant planet. In this episode, Torres uses the orbital skydiving outfit that was to have been used by Captain Kirk in the opening scenes of Star Trek Generations. This episode also marked the first appearance of the Delta Flyer shuttlecraft. GUEST CAST: Hamilton Camp as Vrelk, Controller; Alexander Enberg as Vorik; Daniel Betances as shuttle pilot; Majel Barrett as Computer Voice. SEE: banana pancakes; burgundy; Captain Proton, The Adventures of; Delta Flyer, holodeck and holosuite programs: orbital skydiving, Torres 2-1-6, Torres Zeta-1; immersion shield; kellinite; Li Paz; Malon export vessel; Malon shuttle; maple syrup; Meyer; multispatial probe; Nelson; orbital skydiving; Paris, Thomas; photonic missile; Sahreen; tetra-burnium alloy; Torres, B’Elanna; Vorik; Vrelk, Controller.

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    “Enterprise Incident, The.” Original Series episode #59. Written by D. C. Fontana. Directed by John Meredyth Lucas. Stardate: 5027.3. First aired in 1968. Kirk, Spock, and the Enterprise are captured by the Romulans while on a secret mission to steal a new Romulan cloaking device. GUEST CAST: Joanne Linville as Romulan commander; Jack Donner as Tal; Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine; Richard Compton as Romulan technical officer; Robert Gentile as Romulan technician; Mike Howden as Romulan guard; Gordon Coffey as Romulan soldier. SEE: cloaking device, Romulan; Klingon Empire; physiostimulator; Romulan battle cruiser; Romulan commander; Romulan Neutral Zone; Romulan Right of Statement; Tal; Vulcan death grip.

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    “Chase, The.” Next Generation episode #146. Story by Ronald D. Moore & Joe Menosky. Teleplay by Joe Menosky. Directed by Jonathan Frakes. Stardate 46731.5. First aired in 1993. Picard’s old archaeology professor sends the captain on a quest to solve a four-billion-year-old mystery, a message from the first humanoid people in this part of the galaxy. This episode was in part intended to answer the question of why Star Trek showed so many aliens that were humanoid. GUEST CAST: Salome Jens as Humanoid; John Cothran, Jr. as Nu’Daq; Linda Thorson as Ocett, Gul; Norman Lloyd as Galen, Professor Richard; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Al-Leyan transport; Aolian Cluster; Atalia VII; B’aht Qul challenge; Data; Deep Space 4; DNA; Galen, Professor Richard; humanoid life; Indri VIII; Kea IV; Kurl; Kurlan naiskos; Loren III; macchiato; Maht-H’a, I.K.S.; Mot; M’Tell; Nu’Daq; Ocett, Gul; Picard, Jean-Luc; Rahmlzad system; Ruah IV; Satarrans; Sothis III; Tarquin Hill, The Master of; Vilmor II; Volterra nebula; Ya’Seem; Yash-EI, night blessing of; Yridians.

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    “Plato’s Stepchildren.” Original Series episode #67. Written by Meyer Dolinsky. Directed by David Alexander. Stardate 5784.2. First aired in 1968. Enterprise crew members are held captive by a civilization whose people once visited Earth during the time of Plato, and who now have remarkable psychokinetic powers. GUEST CAST: Michael Dunn as Alexander; Liam Sullivan as Parmen; Barbara Babcock as Philana; Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine; Ted Scott as Eraclitus; Derek Partridge as Dionyd; Armando Gonzales as Spock’s Flamenco dance double; Jay Jones as Kirk’s stunt double. SEE: Alexander; kironide; Parmen; Philana; Plato; Platonians; Platonius; psychokinesis; Sahndara.

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    International Space Station. Orbital scientific outpost above planet Earth during the late 20th and early 21st centuries. The station, which was built and operated by several nation-states working together, including some that had previously been bitter enemies, represented a significant step in that planet’s social evolution as well as its spaceflight capability. Benjamin Sisko displayed a model of an early version of Earth’s International Space Station in his office on station Deep Space 9. Ben Sisko’s ISS model was provided by Majel Barrett Roddenberry who presented it as a gift to the show. The Star Trek: Deep Space Nine art department made one tiny modification to the model. They changed the name on a model space shuttle, docked to the station, to bear the name Enterprise, even though the real shuttle Enterprise never flew in space.

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    “Mind’s Eye, The.” Next Generation episode #98. Teleplay by René Echevarria. Story by Ken Schafer and René Echevarria. Directed by David Livingston. Stardate 44885.5. First aired in 1991. Geordi is abducted and subjected to mental reprogramming by Romulan agents who intend to use him to murder a Klingon official. This episode marked the first appearance of the mysterious Sela, although she would not be identified until “Redemption, Part II” (TNG). GUEST CAST: Larry Dobkin as Kell; John Fleck as Taibak; Colm Meaney as O’Brien, Miles; Edward Wiley as Vagh; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: actinides; Costa, Lieutenant; E-band emissions; Ikalian asteroid belt; isolinear optical chip; k’adlo; Kell; Krios; Kriosian system; neural implants; Onizuka, Shuttlepod; phaser rifle; phaser type-3; rapid nadion pulse; Risa; Romulan Star Empire; Sela; Shuttle 7; somnetic inducer; Starbase 36; Taibak; Teldarian cruiser; Vagh; VISOR.

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    Roddenberry, Gene. (1921-1991). Star Trek’s creator and noted visionary futurist, nicknamed “Great Bird of the Galaxy.A former airline pilot and police officer, Roddenberry became a prolific television writer in the 1950s. He wrote the first Star Trek pilot episode in 1964, and served as producer and executive producer during the show’s original network run from 1966 to 1969. Roddenberry co-wrote and produced the first Star Trek movie in 1979 and served as executive consultant to subsequent Star Trek films. In 1987, he created Star Trek: The Next Generation, and served as the show’s executive producer until his death in 1991. Roddenberry’s personal optimism about humanity’s potential for a better future showed strongly in all of these productions. Roddenberry was married to actress Majel Barrett, who played several different roles on Star Trek, including the voice of the Enterprise computer. Even after his death, the producers of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager acknowledged Roddenberry’s vision with the screen credit: “Based Upon Star Trek, Created by Gene Roddenberry.” NASA posthumously recognized Roddenberry’s contribution to space exploration when his ashes were taken into orbit aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia in 1992. Gene finally got to voyage into the final frontier. SEE: Drake Equation.

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    “Eye of the Beholder.” Next Generation episode # 170. Teleplay by René Echevarria. Story by Brannon Braga. Directed by Cliff Bole. Stardate 47623.2. First aired in 1994. During the investigation of a crew member’s mysterious suicide, Troi experiences a series of disturbing hallucinations. GUEST CAST: Mark Rolston as Pierce, Walter J.; Nancy Harewood as Nara, Lieutenant; Tim Lounibos as Kwan, Daniel L.; Johanna McCloy as Calloway, Maddy; Nora Leonhardt as Finn, Maria E.; Dugan Savoye as Man; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Barson II; Calloway, Maddy; Finn, Marla E.; Kwan, Daniel L.; nacelle; Napean; Nara, Lieutenant; Pierce, Walter J.; psilosynine; Starbase 328; Til’amin froth; Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards; Wallace, Darian; Yridian tea.

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    Roddenberry, Gene: Creator-exec prod-writer, TOS, TNG; Prod, ST:TMP; Exec consultant, ST2, ST3, ST4, ST5; Theme from Star Trek television series, ST:TMP; Star Trek movies, DS9, and VGR are based on Star Trek created by Roddenberry, Majel Barrett: Writer, DS9

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    “Learning Curve.” Voyager episode #16. Written by Ronald Wilkerson & Jean Louise Matthias. Directed by David Livingston. Stardate 48846.5. First aired in 1995. Tuvok attempts to train several unruly Maquis crew members in the finer points of Starfleet protocol, while the ship’s bio-neural circuitry contracts a viral infection. GUEST CAST: Armand Schultz as Dalby, Kenneth; Derek McGrath as Chell; Kenny Morrison as Gerron; Catherine MacNeal as Henley, Mariah; Thomas Dekker as Burleigh, Henry; Lindsey Haun as Burleigh, Beatrice; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Ashmore, Ensign; bio-neural gel pack; brill cheese; Burleigh, Henry; Burleigh, Beatrice; Chell; Chez Sandrine; Circassian fig; Dalby, Kenneth; Davenport, Lucille; field training; Gerron; Henley, Mariah; holodeck and holosuite programs; Janeway Lambda-1; Jefferies tube; Kazleti pendant; Keela flowers; Laurelian pudding; macaroni and cheese; Napinne; putillo; schplict; Tuvok; varmeliate fiber; Voyager, U.S.S.

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    “Turnabout Intruder.” Original Series episode #79. Teleplay by Arthur H. Singer. Story by Gene Roddenberry. Directed by Herb Wallerstein. Stardate 5928.5. First aired in 1969. Captain Kirk is kidnapped by a woman scientist who places her consciousness in his body then traps his in hers. Arthur Singer was the story editor during Star Trek’s third season. This was the last episode of the original Star Trek television series. Captain Picard’s opening log reference to an “archaeological survey on Camus II” in “Legacy” (TNG) was intended as a tribute to this milestone in Star Trek history. GUEST CAST: Sandra Smith and William Shatner as Lester, Dr. Janice; Harry Landers as Coleman, Dr. Arthur; Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine; Barbara Baldavin as Lisa; David L. Ross as Galloway, Lieutenant; John Boyer as Guard; Roger Holloway as Lemli, Mr. SEE: Benecia Colony; Beta Aurigae; Camus II; celebium; Coleman, Dr. Arthur; Kirk, James T.; Lemli, Mr.; Lester, Dr. Janice; life-energy transfer; Potemkin, U.S.S.; Robbiani dermal-optic test; Starbase 2.

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    “Meld.” Voyager episode #33. Teleplay by Michael Piller. Story by Michael Sussman. Directed by Cliff Bole. No stardate given. First aired in 1996. Tuvok mind-melds with a murderer, causing the Vulcan to lose control of his violent emotions. GUEST CAST: Brad Dourif as Suder; Angela Dohrmann as Ricky; Simon Billig as Hogan; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Chez Sandrine; Darwin, Frank; electroplasma system; Hogan; holodeck and holosuite programs: Vulcan rage; Kal Rekk; mesiofrontal cortex; nanites; neurosynaptic therapy; potatoes, mashed; prime rib; radiogenic sweepstakes; raktajino; Rillan grease; Rumarie; spinach, creamed; Starfleet General Orders and Regulations: Directive 101; Suder, Lon; Tuvok; Vulcan mind-meld; Vulcans.

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    “Homeward.” Next Generation episode #165. Teleplay by Naren Shankar. Television story by Spike Steingasser. Based on material by William N. Stape. Directed by Alexander Singer. Stardate 47423.9. First aired in 1994. Worf’s adoptive brother violates the Prime Directive in a desperate attempt to save the primitive people he has been studying. GUEST CAST: Penny Johnson as Dobara; Brian Markinson as Vorin; Edward Penn as Kateras; Paul Sorvino as Rozhenko, Nikolai; Susan Christy as Tarrana; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: atmospheric dissipation; Boraalan seer; Boraalans; Boraal II; Boraal II/Vacca VI transformation; Cabral sector; Chronicle; Dobara; Draygo IV; holodeck imaging processor; Kateras; materialization error; Prime Directive; resolution failure; Rozhenko, Nikolai; Starbase 87; Tarrana; Vacca VI; Vorin.

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    “Lights of Zetar, The.” Original Series episode #73. Written by Jeremy Tarcher and Shari Lewis. Directed by Herb Kenwith. Stardate 5725.3. First aired in 1969. At planetoid Memory Alpha, an Enterprise crew member’s body is taken over by mysterious energy life-forms. Jan Shutan as Romaine, Lieutenant Mira; Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine; John Winston as Kyle, Mr.; Libby Erwin as Technician; Bud Da Vinci as Crewman; Majel Barrett as Computer voice; Barbara Babcock as Zetar voices. SEE: brain-circuitry pattern; decompression chamber; hyper-encephalogram; Kyle, Mr.; Martian Colonies; Memory Alpha; noncorporeal life; psychological profile; Romaine, Jacques; Romaine, Lieutenant Mira; Romaine, Lydia; Scott, Montgomery; Steinman analysis; Zetarians; Zetar.

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    “Conundrum.” Next Generation episode #114. Teleplay by Barry Schkolnick. Story by Paul Schiffer. Directed by Les Landau. Stardate 45494.2. First aired in 1992. Contact with an alien probe leaves the Enterprise-D crew with amnesia, so they have no way of knowing if Starfleet orders to attack a space station are genuine. GUEST CAST: Erich Anderson as MacDuff. Commander Keiran; Michelle Forbes as Ro Laren; Liz Vassey as Kristin; Erick Weiss as Crewman; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Cirrus IV; Cliffs of Heaven; crew manifest; el-Mitra Exchange; Emerald Wading Pool; Epsilon Silar system; hippocampus; Kriskov Gambit; La Forge, Edward M.; Lysia; Lysian Central Command; Lysian Destroyer; MacDuff, Commander Keiran; Ode to Psyche; photon torpedo; Ro Laren; Samarian Sunset; Satarrans; Starbase 301; Troi, Deanna.

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    “Journey to Babel.” Original Series episode #44. Written by D.C. Fontana. Directed by Joseph Pevney. Stardate 3842.3. First broadcast in 1967. The Enterprise, assigned to transport ambassadors to a critical diplomatic conference, becomes a hotbed of intrigue. One of the diplomats, Spock’s estranged father, suffers a heart attack and will die without Spock’s help. This is the first appearance of Sarek and Amanda, Spock’s parents. GUEST CAST: Jane Wyatt as Amanda; Mark Lenard as Sarek; William O’Connell as Thelev; Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine; John Wheeler as Gav; James X. Mitchell as Josephs, Lieutenant; Reggie Nalder as Shras; Billy Curtis as Little copper ambassador; Paul Baxley as Kirk’s stunt double; Jim Shepherd as Thelev’s stunt double. SEE Amanda; Andorians; Babel Conference; Babel; benjisidrine; cardiostimulator; Coridan; cryogenic open-heart procedure; dilithium; Gav; Josephs, Lieutenant; Kirk, James T; Orion; Orions; Rigel V; Rigelians; Sarek; Saurian brandy; sehlat; Shras; Spock; T-negative; tal-shaya; teddy bear; Tellarite; Thelev; Vulcan Science Academy.

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    “Spock’s Brain.” Original Series episode #61. Written by Lee Cronin. Directed by Marc Daniels. Stardate 5431.4. First aired in 1968. A mysterious woman steals Spock’s brain. Lee Cronin was the pen name of Gene L. Coon. GUEST CAST: Marj Dusay as Kara; Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine; James Daris as Creature; Sheila Leighton as Luma. SEE: Controller; Eymorg; ion propulsion; Kara; Luma; Morg; Sigma Draconis III; Sigma Draconis IV; Sigma Draconis VI; Sigma Draconis; sonic separator; Teacher; trilaser connector.

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    “Battle Lines.” Deep Space Nine episode #13. Teleplay by Richard Danus and Evan Carlos Somers. Story by Hilary D. Bader. Directed by Paul Lynch. No stardate given. First aired in 1993. Bajoran spiritual leader Kai Opaka is killed, then resurrected on a planet of eternal war. GUEST CAST: Camille Saviola as Opaka, Kai; Paul Collins as Zlangco; Jonathan Banks as Shel-La, Golin; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Bajoran wormhole; delta radiation; differential magnetomer; Ennis; Idran; Kira Nerys; mutual induction field; Nol-Ennis; Opaka, Kai; Rio Grande, U.S.S.; Shel-la, Golin; Yangtzee Kiang, U.S.S.; Zlangco.

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    “Projections.” Voyager episode #17. Written by Brannon Braga. Directed by Jonathan Frakes. Stardate 48892.1. First aired in 1995. The Doctor becomes trapped on the holodeck, and everything he experiences leads him to believe that he is a real person and that the Voyager and its crew have been holograms all along. GUEST CAST: Dwight Schultz as Barclay, Reginald; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: ARA scan; Barclay, Reginald; Emergency Medical Hologram; HTDS; Jupiter Station; kino-plastic radiation; Nondoran tomato paste; Predat or-class warship; Zimmerman, Lewis.

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    “Initiations.” Voyager episode #21. Written by Kenneth Biller. Directed by Winrich Kolbe. Stardate 49005.3. First aired in 1995. A young Kazon boy earns his Ogla name with the help of Commander Chakotay. GUEST CAST: Aron Eisenberg as Kar; Patrick Kilpatrick as Razik; Tim deZarn as Haliz; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Ayala, Lieutenant; Calogan dog; duranium; electroceramic; Haliz, Jal; holodeck and holosuite programs: Defense simulations; Jal; Kar; Kazon; Kazon spacecraft; Kazon-Ogla; Kazon-Relora; Kinell, Jal; Kolopak; magnesite; Pakra; polyduranide; Razik, Jal; Tarok; Trabe.

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    “Cage, The.” Original Series episode #1. Written by Gene Roddenberry. Directed by Robert Butler. No stardate mentioned. Captain Pike is captured by the illusion-creating Talosians, who want Pike to help them create a community of humans in hopes of revitalizing the Talosian civilization. This was the first pilot for Star Trek. It was produced in 1964 and was rejected by the network. It had a significantly different cast from the series, featuring Jeffrey Hunter as Captain Christopher Pike. A second pilot episode (“Where No Man Has Gone Before” [TOS]) was produced the following year, starring William Shatner as Captain Kirk. In fact, the only character from “The Cage” to carry over into Star Trek’s first season was Mr. Spock, portrayed by Leonard Nimoy. Robert C. Johnson, who provided the “1st Talosian” voice, gained fame as the tape-recorded assignment voice in Mission: Impossible. Bob Justman, who was associate producer on the pilot of Mission: Impossible, was responsible for selecting Johnson for both roles. Portions of “The Cage” were later incorporated into flashback scenes in the two-part episode “The Menagerie” (TOS). Years later, a restored version of “The Cage” was released for home video and syndicated broadcast. “The Menagerie” won the World Science Fiction Society’s Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation in 1967. GUEST CAST: Jeffrey Hunter as Pike, Christopher; Susan Oliver as Vina; M. Leigh Hudec (Majel Barrett Roddenberry) as Number One; John Hoyt as Boyce, Dr. Phillip; Peter Duryea as Tyler, José; Laurel Goodwin as Colt, Yeoman J.M.; Clegg Hoyt as Pitcairn, Transporter Chief; Meg Wyllie as Keeper, The; Malachi Throne as Keeper’s voice, The; Georgia Schmidt as 1st Talosian; Robert C. Johnson as 1st Talosian’s voice; Sande Serena as 2nd Talosian; Barker as Talosian female; Jon Lormer as Haskins, Dr. Theodore; Leonard Mudie as Survivor #2; Anthony Jochim as Survivor #3; Ed Madden as Geologist; Robert Phillips as Space officer (Orion); Joseph Mell as Earth trader; Mike Dugan as Kaylar; Robert Herron as Pike’s stunt double and stunt captain; Adam Roarke as C.P.O. Garrison and First crewman; Janos Prohaska as Anthropoid ape and Humanoid bird; Frank Vinci as Stunt double. SEE: Boyce, Dr. Phillip; Classic planet; Colt, Yeoman J.M.; Columbia, S.S.; Enterprise, U.S.S.; Haskins, Dr. Theodore; Kaylar; Keeper, The; laser weapons; Mojave; Number One; Orion animal women; Pike, Christopher; planetary classification system; Rigel VII; Spock; Starbase 11; Talos IV; Talos Star Group; Talosians; Tango; transporter; Tyler, José; Vega Colony; Vina.

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    “Adversary, The.” Deep Space Nine episode #72. Written by Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Directed by Alexander Singer. Stardate 48959.1. First aired in 1995. A member of the Founders infiltrates the U.S.S. Defiant in a plot to disrupt the balance of power in the Alpha Quadrant. This was the last episode of the third season, and marks the first appearance of the Defiant’s engine room. GUEST CAST: Lawrence Pressman as Krajensky, Ambassador; Kenneth Marshall as Eddington, Michael; Jeff Austin as Bolian; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Autarch; autodestruct; Barisa Prime; Bolians; Chateau Cleon; Defiant, U.S.S.; Dominion; Entebe, Captain; Founders; Helaspont Nebula; Krajensky, Ambassador; M’kemas III; Odo; phaser rifle; Risa; Sisko, Benjamin; Solais V; Tzenkethi; Tzenkethi war; Ulysses, U.S.S.

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    “Chain of Command, Part I.” Next Generation episode #136. Teleplay by Ronald D. Moore. Story by Frank Abatemarco. Directed by Robert Scheerer. Stardate 46357.4. First aired in 1993. Picard is relieved of command and replaced with a by-the-book officer who is intent on confronting the Cardassians. GUEST CAST: Ronny Cox as Jellico, Captain Edward; Natalia Nogulich as Necheyev, Alynna; John Durbin as Ssestar; Lou Wagner as Krax; David Warner as Madred, Gul; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Cairo, U.S.S.; Cardassians; Celtris III; class-5 probe; Corak, Glinn; Enterprise-D, U.S.S.; Feynman, Shuttlecraft; fusing pitons; Jellico, Captain Edward; Lemec, Gul; lynars; Madred, Gul; metagenic weapon; Necheyev, Alynna; Picard, Jean-Luc; Reklar; Riker, William T.; security access code; Solok, DaiMon; Tajor, Glinn; Torman V.

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    93. “The Muse.” Teleplay by René Echevarría. Story by René Echevarría & Majel Barrett Roddenberry. Directed by David Livingston.

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    Beta 5 computer. (Voice of Majel Barrett). Computer of extraterrestrial origin, used by Gary Seven to support operations on Earth in 1968. While a highly efficient tool, the computer, Seven felt, had a snobbish personality. (“Assignment Earth” [TOS]).

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    “Perfect Mate, The.” Next Generation episode #121. Teleplay by Gary Perconte and Michael Piller. Story by René Echevarría and Gary Perconte. Directed by Cliff Bole. Stardate 45761.3. First aired in 1992. In order to end a war, Picard must deliver an incredibly attractive woman to her future husband, but she falls for Picard. GUEST CAST: Famke Janssen as Kamala; Tim O’Connor as Briam, Ambassador; Max Grodénchik as Lenor, Par; Mickey Cottell as Alrik, Chancellor; Michael Snyder as Qol; David Paul Needles as Miner #1; Roger Rignack as Miner #2; Charles Gunning as Miner #3; April Grace as Transporter Chief; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Akadar, Temple of; Aldorian ale; Alrik, Chancellor; Briam, Ambassador; Ceremony of Reconciliation; Constitution of the United Federation of Planets; empathic metamorph; Ferengi shuttle; Ferengi Trade Mission; Finiis’ral; Garuth; Harod IV; Harodian miners; Kamala; Krios 1; Krios; Lenor, Par; Ludugial gold; Paloris Colony; pheromones; Qol; Starbase 117; Targhee moon-beast; Torze-qua; Valt Minor; Valtese horns; Valtese; Ventanian thimble.

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    “Jem’Hadar, The.” Deep Space Nine episode #46. Written by Ira Steven Behr. Directed by Kim Friedman. No stardate given. First aired in 1994. On a vacation trip to the Gamma Quadrant, Sisko and company are captured by the Jem’Hadar. GUEST CAST: Alan Oppenheimer as Keogh, Captain; Aron Eisenberg as Nog; Cress Williams as Talak’talan, Third; Molly Hagan as Eris; Michael Jace as 1st officer; Sandra Grando as 2nd officer; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Dominion; Eris; Ferengi Rules of Acquisition; Founders; guidance and navigation relay; IDIC; Itamish III; jambalaya; Jem’Hadar attack ships; Jem’Hadar; katterpod beans; Keogh, Captain; Kurill Prime; Mekong, U.S.S.; New Bajor; Odyssey, U.S.S.; Orinoco, U.S.S.; polaron; Rio Grande, U.S.S.; Talak’talan, Third; telekinetic suppression collar.

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    “Wink of an Eye.” Original Series episode #68. Teleplay by Arthur Heinemann. Story by Lee Cronin. Directed by Jud Taylor. Stardate 5710.5. First aired in 1968. The Enterprise is commandeered by aliens who exist in a hyperaccelerated time frame. Lee Cronin was a pseudonym for Gene L. Coon. GUEST CAST: Kathie Browne as Deela; Jason Evers as Rael; Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine; Erik Holland as Ekor; Geoffrey Binney as Compton; Ed Hice, Richard Geary, Scalosians; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Compton; Deela; hyperacceleration; Rael; refrigeration unit; Scalos; Scalosians.

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    “Realm of Fear.” Next Generation episode #128. Written by Brannon Braga. Directed by Cliff Bole. Stardate 46041.1. First aired in 1992. Reginald Barclay, who is scared of the transporter anyway, is attacked by creatures living in the transporter beam. This was the only time where the audience was shown what it looks like to be beamed from the transport subject’s point of view. GUEST CAST: Colm Meaney as O’Brien, Miles; Patti Yasutake as Ogawa, Nurse Alyssa; Dwight Schultz as Barclay, Reginald; Renara Scott as Admiral; Thomas Belgrey as Crew member; Majel Barrett as Computer voice SEE: Barclay, Reginald; Christina; Delinia II; Dern, Ensign; endorphins; Heisenberg compensators; Igo Sector; imaging scanner; Kelly, Lieutenant Joshua; kiloquad; Lycosa tarantula; matter stream; O’Brien, Miles; Ogawa, Nurse Alyssa; Olafson, Dr.; pattern buffer; phase transition coils; phased matter; plasma streamer; plexing; quasi-energy microbes; sample container; Talarian hook spider; Titus IV; transporter psychosis; Transporter Theory; Yosemite, U.S.S.; Zayra IV.

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    “Changeling, The.” Original Series episode #37. Written by John Meredyth Lucas. Directed by Marc Daniels. Stardate 3541.9. First aired in 1967. An ancient space probe launched from Earth centuries ago returns to Federation space on a bizarre mission to search for “perfect” life. GUEST CAST: Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine; Makee Blaisdel as Singh, Mr.; Barbara Gates as Astrochemist; Meade Martin as Engineer; Arnold Lessing as Carlisle, Lieutenant and voice of Security guard #1; Vic Perrin as Nomad, voice of; Jay Jones as Scott’s stunt double. SEE: antigrav; “Beyond Antares”; changeling; Malurians; Malurian system; Manway, Dr.; Nomad; Roykirk, Jackson; Scott, Montgomery; Singh, Mr.; Symbalene blood burn; Tan Ru; Uhura; Vulcan mind-meld; warp drive.

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    “Game, The.” Next Generation episode #106. Teleplay by Brannon Braga. Story by Susan Sackett & Fred Bronson, and Brannon Braga. Directed by Corey Allen. Stardate 45208.2. First aired in 1991. An addictive computer game leaves the Enterprise-D crew open for conquest. This episode featured Wesley Crusher’s first appearance on Star Trek: The Next Generation since “Final Mission” (TNG). GUEST CAST: Ashley Judd as Lefler, Ensign Robin; Katherine Moffat as Jol, Etana; Colm Meaney as O’Brien, Miles; Patti Yasutake as Ogawa, Nurse Alyssa; Wil Wheaton as Crusher, Wesley; Diane M. Hurley as Woman; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: A.F.; Boothby; chocolate; Crusher, Wesley; Endeavour, U.S.S.; frontal lobe; Home, Walter; Jol, Etana; Ktarian game; Ktarian vessel; Ktarians; Lefler’s Laws; Lefler, Ensign Robin; Merrimack, U.S.S.; Novakovich; O’Brien, Molly; Oceanus IV; Ogawa, Nurse Alyssa; Phoenix Cluster; reticular formation; Risa; Sadie Hawkins Dance; septal area; serotonin; site-to-site transport; Starbase 67; Starbase 82; Tarvokian pound cake; Troi, Deanna; Zhukov, U.S.S.

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    “Jetrel.” Voyager episode #15. Teleplay by Jack Klein & Karen Klein and Kenneth Biller. Story by James Thornton and Scott Nimerfro. Directed by Kim Friedman. Stardate 48832.1. First aired in 1995. Neelix faces an enemy scientist who, 15 years ago, developed a terrible weapon that devastated Neelix’s homeworld and killed his family. GUEST CAST: James Sloyan as Jetrel, Dr. Ma’Bor; Larry Hankin as Gaunt Gary; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Chez Sandrine; Haakonian Order; Haakonians; Jetrel, Dr. Ma’Bor; Ka’Ree; Krallinian eel; metremia; metreon cascade; metreon cloud; Neelix; Palaxia; Pyrithian Gorge, Battle of; regenerative fusion; Rinax; Talaxians; Talax; talchok.

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    “Deadly Years, The.” Original Series episode #40. Written by David P. Harmon. Directed by Joseph Pevney. Stardate 3478.2. First aired in 1967. Exposure to an unknown form of radiation causes Enterprise crew members to age at an incredible rate. William Shatner reportedly threatened producer Bob Justman with bodily harm after enduring many torturous hours during the old-age makeup process. “Who’s afraid of such a wrinkled, feeble old coot?” scoffed Justman, derisively. Nevertheless, Bob locked his office door and hid under his desk until the episode finished shooting. GUEST CAST: Charles Drake as Stocker, Commodore; Sarah Marshall as Wallace, Dr. Janet; Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine; Felix Locher as Johnson, Robert; Carolyn Nelson as Arkins, Doris; Laura Wood as Johnson, Elaine; Beverly Washburn as Galway, Arlene; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: adrenaline; ldebaran; Chekov, Pavel A; Code 2; corbomite; Galway, Lieutenant; Gamma Hydra IV; hyronalin; Johnson, Elaine; Johnson, Robert; Kirk, James T.; Romulan Neutral Zone; Scott, Montgomery; Starbase 10; Stocker, Commodore; Sulu, Hikaru; Wallace, Dr. Janet; Wallace, Dr. Theodore.

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    “Mudd’s Women.” Original Series episode #4. Teleplay by Stephen Kandel. Story by Gene Roddenberry. Directed by Harvey Hart. Stardate 1329.8. First aired in 1966. The Enterprise rescues con man Harry Mudd and his “cargo” of three beautiful women. This episode marks the first appearance of Harry Mudd, who would reappear in “I, Mudd” (TOS). GUEST CAST: Roger C. Carmel as Mudd, Harcourt Fenton; Karen Steele as McHuron, Eve; Maggie Thrett as Ruth; Susan Denberg as Magda; Jim Goodwin as Farrell, Lieutenant John; Gene Dynarski as Childress, Ben; Jon Kowal as Gossett, Herm; Seamon Glass as Benton; Jerry Foxworth as Security guard; Eddie Paskey as Connors; Frank Da Vinci as Guard; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Benton; Childress, Ben; class-J cargo ship; Farrell, Lieutenant John; Gossett, Herm; lithium crystal; Magda; McHuron, Eve; Mudd, Harcourt Fenton “Harry”; Ophiucus III; Rigel XII; Ruth; Venus drug; Walsh, Captain Leo.

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    “Court Martial.” Original Series episode #15. Teleplay by Don M. Mankiewicz and Steven W. Carabatsos. Story by Don M. Mankiewicz. Directed by Marc Daniels. Stardate 2947.3. First aired in 1967. Kirk’s career is jeopardized when he is put on trial for apparently causing the death of an Enterprise crew member. GUEST CAST: Percy Rodriguez as Stone, Commodore; Elisha Cook as Cogley, Samuel T.; Joan Marshall as Shaw, Areel; Richard Webb as Finney, Ben; Hagan Beggs as Hansen, Mr.; Winston De Lugo as Timothy; Alice Rawlings as Finney, Jamie; Nancy Wong as Personnel officer; Bart Conrad as Kransnowsky; William Meader as Lindstrom, Space Command representative; Reginald Lal Singh as Chandra, Captain; Tom Curtis as Corrigan; Chuck Clow as Kirk’s stunt double; Troy Melton as Finney’s stunt double; Majel Barrett as Starbase recorder computer voice and Computer voice. SEE: Alpha III, Statutes of; Chandra; Cogley, Samuel T.; Corrigan; Finney, Ben; Finney, Jamie; Hammurabi, Code of; Hanson, Mr.; Intrepid, U.S.S.; ion storm; Justinian Code; Kirk, James T.; Kransnowsky; Lindstrom; Magna Carta; Martian Colonies, Fundamental Declarations of the; Martian Colonies; McCoy, Leonard H.; Phase 1 Search; Republic, U.S.S.; Shaw, Areel; Spock; Starbase 11; Starfleet Command; Stone, Commodore; United States Constitution.

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    “Chain of Command, Part II.” Next Generation episode #137. Written by Frank Abatemarco. Directed by Les Landau. Stardate 46360.8. First aired in 1993. Picard, held captive by a brutal Cardassian, is the victim of psychological and physical torture. GUEST CAST: Ronny Cox as Jellico, Captain Edward; David Warner as Madred, Gul; Heather L. Olson as Orra, Jil; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: antimatter mines; Cardassia; Cardassians; First Hebitian civilization; Gessard, Yvette; gettle; Jellico, Captain Edward; jevonite; Jovian run; La Forge, Geordi; Lakat; Lyshan System; Madred, Gul; McAllister C-5 Nebula; Minos Korva; Orra, Jil; Picard, Jean-Luc; Picard, Maurice; Picard, Yvette Gessard; security access code; Seldonis IV Convention; taspar egg; Titan’s Turn; Tohvun III; wompat.

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    “Obsession.” Original Series episode #47. Written by Art Wallace. Directed by Ralph Senensky. Stardate 3619.2. First aired in 1967. Kirk is determined to destroy a vampiric cloud creature that years ago killed 200 people on his first Starfleet assignment, deaths Kirk felt he could have prevented. GUEST CAST: Stephen Brooks as Garrovick, Ensign; Jerry Ayres as Rizzo, Ensign; Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine. SEE: antigrav; cor-drazine; Cygnian Respiratory Diseases, A Survey of; dikironi-um cloud creature; dikironium; Farragut, U.S.S.; Garrovick, Captain; Garrovick, Ensign; Kirk, James T.; Rizzo, Ensign; Theta VII; Tycho IV; Yorktown, U.S.S.

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    “Force of Nature.” Next Generation episode #161. Written by Naren Shankar. Directed by Robert Lederman. Stardate 47310.2. First aired in 1993. The Enterprise-D is disabled by two scientists trying to prove that warp drive is damaging the very fabric of space. This episode established a Federation-wide “speed limit” of warp 5. GUEST CAST: Michael Corbett as Rabal, Dr.; Margaret Reed as Serova, Dr.; Lee Arenberg as Prak, DaiMon; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: antimatter containment; biomimetic gel; D’Kbra-class; EPS discharge; Federation Council; Federation Science Council; Federation signal buoy; feline supplement 221; Fleming, U.S.S.; Hekaras Corridor; Hekaras II; high-energy distortion wave; high-intensity warp pulse; hull stress; Intrepid, U.S.S.; junction A-9; junction C-12; Kaplan, Commander Donald; La Forge, Ariana; phase buffer; plasma grid; polycomposite; power conversion level; Prak, DaiMon; Rabal, Dr.; reconnaissance probe; second officer; Serova, Dr.; ship’s log recorder; Spot; structural breach; subspace phenomena; tetryon; thermal stabilizers; verteron mines; warp field coils; warp field effect; warp speed; weather control matrix.

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    “Swarm, The.” Voyager episode #49. Written by Mike Sussman. Directed by Alexander Singer. Stardate 50252.3. First aired in 1996. Voyager crosses into a section of space belonging to a mysterious culture that does not tolerate trespassers. The Doctor begins to suffer memory failure, prompting the crew to take drastic measures. GUEST CAST: Carole Davis as Diva; Steven Houska as Chardis; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: adaptive heuristic matrix; Bristow, Fred; Callas, Maria; Chardis; cortical analeptic; Emergency Medical Hologram; Freni, Mirella; gigaquad; holodeck and holosuite programs: hydrocortilene; interferometric pulse; Jupiter Station; Jupiter Station diagnostics; La Bohème; Lake Como; level-4 memory fragmentation; matrix overlay program; Mislen; multitronics; neuroelectric weapon; Nicoletti, Susan; “O soave fanciulla”; parrises squares; Pavarotti, Luciano; Pentangeli, Giuseppina; potaron; preganglionic fiber; Puccini, Giacomo; resonant particle wave; Soral; surgical scrubber; Swarm; T’Penna; Tabran monk; tachyon detection grid; universal translator; Zimmerman, Dr. Lewis.

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    “Cathexis” Voyager episode #13. Teleplay by Brannon Braga. Story by Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky. Directed by Kim Friedman. Stardate 48734.2 First aired in 1995. Chakotay’s disembodied consciousness tries to warn his fellow crew members against entering a dangerous nebula, but the Voyager crew mistakes him for an alien presence. GUEST CAST: Brian Markinson as Durst, Peter; Michael Cumpsty as Burleigh, Lord; Carolyn Seymour as Templeton, Mrs.; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: bio-neural energy; Brown, Doc; Burleigh, Beatrice; Burleigh, Henry; Burleigh, Lord; cardiostimulator; Chakotay; cortical stimulator; Coyote Stone; dark-matter nebula; Davenport, Lucille; Durst, Peter; Emergency Medical Hologram; engram; garlic soup; gigaquad; holocomic books; holodeck and holosuite programs; holonovel; llidarians; Janeway Lambda-1; Janeway, Kathryn; Komar; magneton scan; matter/antimatter reaction chamber; medicine wheel; Mountains of the Antelope Women; noncorporeal life; Parsons, Ensign; pejuta; security access code; Templeton, Mrs.; trianic energy beings; Tuvok; Voyager, U.S.S.; Vulcan mind-meld; Vulcan nerve pinch.

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    “Violations.” Next Generation episode #112. Teleplay by Pamela Gray and Jeri Taylor. Story by Shari Goodhartz and T. Michael and Pamela Gray. Directed by Robert Wiemer. Stardate 45429.3. First aired in 1992. A researcher visiting the Enterprise-D commits a number of brutal telepathic rapes. GUEST CAST: Rosalind Chao as O’Brien, Keiko; Ben Lemon as Jev; David Sage as Tarmin; Rick Fitts as Martin, Dr.; Eve Brenner as Inad; Doug Wert as Crusher, Jack; Craig Benton as Davis, Ensign; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: antimatter containment; Betazoids; Circassian cat; CPK levels; Crusher, Jack R.; Davis, Ensign; diencephalon; hippocampus; histamine; Hurada III; Inad; Iresine Syndrome; Japanese brush writing; Jev; Kaldra IV; Keller, Ensign; La Forge, Geordi; Martin, Dr.; Melina II; Nel system; O’Brien, Keiko; Obachan; Starbase 440; Tarmin; telepathic memory invasion; thalamus; Ullians.

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    “Muse, The.” Deep Space Nine episode #93. Teleplay by René Echevarria. Story by René Echevarria & Majel Barrett Roddenberry. Directed by David Livingston. No stardate given. First aired in 1996. Lwaxana Troi, pregnant with an unborn son, begs Odo to help her escape her husband; Jake meets a mysterious woman named Onaya who encourages his literary pursuits-but her help may cost Jake his life. Odo and Lwaxana Troi become married in this episode. GUEST CAST: Majel Barrett as Troi, Lwaxana; Michael Ansara as Jeyal; Meg Foster as Onaya. SEE: Anslem; Betazoids; Catullus; foramen magnum; Gavaline tea; holodeck and holosuite programs; Jeyal; Keats, John; Kell, Tavor; neurotransmitter; Odo; Onaya; orange juice; qui’lari; Revalus; shakras; Sisko, Jake; Tagana; Tarbolde, Phineas; Tavnians; Troi, Lwaxana; Umani sector; visceral writing; Wait, The; wedding.

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    “Dreadnought.” Voyager episode #34. Written by Gary Holland. Directed by LeVar Burton. Stardate 49447. First aired in 1996. A Cardassian automated missile that B’Banna had reprogrammed for the Maquis turns up in the Delta Quadrant and she must deactivate it before it destroys an inhabited planet. GUEST CAST: Raphael Sbarge as Jonas; Nancy Hower as Wildman, Samantha; Michael Spound as Lorrum; Dan Kern as Kellan; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Alpha 441; Aschelan V; Benaren; destruct sequence; Dreadnought; duritanium polyalloy; Elrem; Greskrendtregk; Kellan; Kes; kinetic detonator; Ktarian; Lorrum; photon torpedo; quantum torpedo; Rakosa V; Rakosan fighters; Rollins; Sakura Prime; security access code; Sural; Wildman, Samantha.

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    “Parallels.” Next Generation episode #163. Written by Brannon Braga. Directed by Robert Wiemer. First aired in 1993. Worf finds himself shifting between different quantum realities. Worf celebrates his 30th birthday in this episode. GUEST CAST: Wil Wheaton as Crusher, Wesley; Patti Yasutake as Ogawa, Nurse Alyssa; Mark Bramhall as Nador, Gul; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Argus Array; Bajorans; Bat’leth competition; Battle of HarOs, the; birthday cake; Borg; broad-spectrum warp field; Cardassians; “Cha Worf Toh’gah-nah lo Pre’tOk”; champagne; Champion Standing; Crusher, Wesley; Curie, Shuttlecraft; Dalvan hissing beetle; Deep Space 5; Expressionistic phase; Forcas III; Gates, Ensign; Hayes, Ensign; ladara Colony; imaging logs; jolly; Nador, Gul; Ogawa, Alyssa; painstik, Klingon; Picard, Jean-Luc; quantum fissure; quantum flux; quantum reality; quantum signature; Riker, William T.; RNA; Rozhenko, Eric-Christopher; Rozhenko, Shannara; secondary plasma conduit; Sector 19658; Soh-chlm; Starbase 47; Starbase 129; surprise party; T’gha maneuver; temporal anomaly; Troi, Deanna; uncertainty principle; Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards; vertazine; VISOR; Worf.

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    “In Theory.” Next Generation episode #99. Written by Joe Menosky & Ronald D. Moore. Directed by Patrick Stewart. Stardate 44932.3. First aired in 1991. Data tries to experience a romantic relationship. GUEST CAST: Michele Scarabelli as D’Sora, Lieutenant Jenna; Rosalind Chao as O’Brien, Keiko; Colm Meaney as O’Brien, Miles; Pamela Winslow as McKnight, Ensign; Whoopi Goldberg as Guinan; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Arton, Jeff; Calaman sherry; cleaning processor; crystilia; D’Sora, Lieutenant Jenna; Data; krellide storage cells; Mar Oscura; Prakal II; Shuttle 03; Spot; Starbase 260; Thorne, Ensign; torpedo bay; Tyrinean blade carving; Van Mayter, Lieutenant; Voltaire; W-particle interference.

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    “Immunity Syndrome, The.” Original Series episode #48. Written by Robert Sabaroff. Directed by Joseph Pevney. Stardate 4307.1. First aired in 1968. Kirk and his crew struggle to stop giant space amoeba that has destroyed a star system and now threatens the entire galaxy. Robert Sabaroff also wrote the story for “Conspiracy” (TNG). GUEST CAST: John Winston as Kyle, Mr.; Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine; Jay Jones, Dick Dial, Stunt doubles. SEE: acetylcholine; amoeba; Galileo, Shuttlecraft; Gamma 7A System; Intrepid, U.S.S.; Kyle, Mr.; Sector 39J; Starbase 6; Vulcans.

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    “Fascination.” Deep Space Nine episode #56. Teleplay by Philip LaZebnik. Story by Ira Steven Behr & James Crocker. Directed by Avery Brooks. No stardate given. First aired in 1994. During a Bajoran celebration on the station, Lwaxana Troi suffers from an unusual illness that causes an epidemic of romantic attractions among the crew. GUEST CAST: Majel Barrett as Troi, Lwaxana; Philip Anglim as Bareil, Vedek; Rosalind Chao as O’Brien, Keiko; Hana Hatae as O’Brien, Molly. SEE: Bajoran Gratitude Festival; Ermat Zimm; I’danian spice pudding; Mardah; O’Brien, Keiko; Odo; peldor joi; Redab, Vedek; Regulus III; Renewal Scroll; Sebarr; Troi, Lwaxana; Zanthi fever.

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    “Tribunal.” Deep Space Nine episode #45. Written by Bill Dial. Directed by Avery Brooks. Stardate 47944.2. First aired in 1994. O’Brien becomes a victim of the Cardassian court system, where the accused is always guilty. GUEST CAST: Rosalind Chao as O’Brien, Keiko; Caroline Lagerfelt as Makbar; John Beck as Boone, Raymond; Richard Poe as Evek, Gul; Fritz Weaver as Kovat; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: archon; Boone, Raymond; Cardassia; Cardassian Articles of Jurisprudence; Cardassian Bureau of Identification; Evek, Gul; Hideki- class Cardassian starship; Kovat; ladarium; Makbar; nestor; Odo; offender; Prokofiev, U.S.S.; public conservator; Valdemar, U.S.S; Volon III; weapons locker.

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    “Forsaken, The.” Deep Space Nine episode #17. Teleplay by Don Carlos Dunaway and Michael Piller. Story by Jim Trombetta. Directed by Les Landau. Stardate 46925.1. First aired in 1993. Ambassador Lwaxana Troi visits Deep Space 9 and takes a fancy to Security Chief Odo. GUEST CAST: Majel Barrett as Troi, Lwaxana; Constance Towers as Taxco; Michael Ensign as Lojal; Jack Shearer as Vadosia; Benita Andre as Anara. SEE: adaptive interface link; Anara; Andevian II; Arbazan; Betazoids; bipolar torch; carbon reaction chambers; Cardassian operation guidelines; Corado I Transmitter Array; corundium alloy; Dax, Curzon; Dopterian; electroplasma system; emulator module; Ferengi; fusion reactor; isolinear rods; laser-induced fusion; Lojal; Nehru Colony; New France Colony; Odo; Pup; recalibration sweep; root canal; Taxco; toranium; Troi, Lwaxana; turbolift; Vadosia; Wanoni tracehound.

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    “Suspicions.” Next Generation episode #148. Written by Joe Menosky and Naren Shankar. Directed by Cliff Bole. Stardate 46830.1. First aired in 1993. A scientist is murdered during a test of a new deflector-shield system. GUEST CAST: Patti Yasutake as Ogawa, Nurse Alyssa; Tricia O’Neil as Kurak; Peter Slutsker as Reyga, Dr.; James Horan as Jo’Bril; John S. Ragin as Christopher, Dr.; Joan Stuart Morris as T’Pan, Dr.; Whoopi Goldberg as Guinan; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Altine Conference; baryon particles; Brooks, Admiral; Christopher, Dr.; Ferengi death rituals; Jo’Bril; Justman, Shuttlecraft; Kurak; metaphasic shield; plasma infuser; Reyga, Dr.; Selar, Dr.; Starbase 23; T’Pan, Dr.; Takarans; tennis elbow; tetryon particle; Vaytan; Vulcan Science Academy.

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    Victory, H.M.S. Ancient British sailing ship. The H.M.S. Victory was Lord Horatio Nelson’s (1758-1805) flagship during the Battle of Trafalgar, in which he was killed. Geordi La Forge built a large model of the oceangoing vessel as a gift for Starship Victory Captain Zimbata. (“Elementary, Dear Data” [TNG]). Prior to the Borg encounter of 2366-2367, Captain Jean-Luc Picard drew inspiration from Nelson’s courage at Trafalgar. (“The Best of Both Worlds, Part I” [TNG]). Geordi’s Victory model still graces the late Gene Roddenberry’s office in the home of his widow, Majel Barrett Roddenberry.

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    “Return to Tomorrow.” Original Series episode #51. Written by John Kingsbridge. Directed by Ralph Senensky. Stardate 4768.3. First aired in 1968. Two lovers and their enemy from a society that died a half-million years ago “borrow” the bodies of Enterprise people so that they may build android bodies for themselves. But the temptations of human flesh prove too much, even for these beings of immense wisdom and power. John Kingsbridge was the pen name of writer John T. Dugan. GUEST CAST: Diana Muldaur as Mulhall, Dr. Ann; Cindy Lou as Enterprise nurse; Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine; William Shatner as Sargon, body of; James Doohan as Sargon, voice of; Eddie Paskey as Security guard. SEE: android; Henoch; metabolic reduction injection; Mulhall, Dr. Ann; negaton hydrocoils; Sargon’s planet; Sargon; Thalassa; Vulcans.

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    “Paradise Syndrome, The.” Original Series episode #58. Written by Margaret Armen. Directed by Jud Taylor. Stardate 4842.6. First aired in 1968. Kirk loses his memory and falls in love on a peaceful planet inhabited by descendants of Native Americans from Earth. GUEST CAST: Sabrina Scharf as Miramanee; Rudy Solari as Salish; Richard Hale as Goro; Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine; Naomi Pollack as Indian woman; John Lindesmith as Engineer; Peter Virgo, Jr. as Lumo; Lamont Laird as Indian boy; Sean Morgan as Engineer; Paul Baxley as Kirk’s stunt double; Richard Geary as Salish’s stunt double. SEE: Goro; Joining day; Kirk, James T.; Kirok; Lumo; Miramanee; Miramanee’s planet; Obelisk; Preservers; ritual cloak; Salish; Tahiti Syndrome; wedding; Wise Ones.

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    “Bloodlines.” Next Generation episode #174. Written by Nicholas Sagan. Directed by Jonathan West. Stardate 47829.1. First aired in 1994. A renegade Ferengi promises revenge on Picard by threatening to kill a son Picard never knew he had. This episode is something of a sequel to “The Battle” (TNG). GUEST CAST: Ken Olandt as Vigo, Jason; Lee Arenberg as Bok, DaiMon; Peter Slutsker as Birta, DaiMon; Amy Pietz as Rhodes, Sandra; Michelan Sisti as Tol; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Birta, DaiMon; Bok; B’Zal; Camor V; Camorites; Dichromic Nebula; Dorias Cluster; Forrester-Trent syndrome; Gorlan prayer stick; New Gaul; Picard, Jean-Luc; Rhodes, Sandra; Rog Prison; Saurian brandy; subspace technology; Vigo, Jason; Vigo, Miranda; Xendi Sabu system.

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    “Time’s Arrow, Part II.” Next Generation episode #127. Teleplay by Jeri Taylor. Story by Joe Menosky. Directed by Les Landau. Stardate 46001.3. First aired in 1992. Picard and company return to the past to rescue Data and save Earth from invading aliens. This was the first episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation’s sixth season. GUEST CAST: Jerry Hardin as Clemens, Samuel Langhorne; Pamela Kosh as Carmichael, Mrs.; William Boyett as Policeman; Michael Aron as London, Jack; James Gleason as Apollinaire, Dr.; Mary Stein as Devidian nurse; Alexander Enberg as Young reporter; Whoopi Goldberg as Guinan; Bill Cho Lee as Male patient; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Appollinaire, Dr.; Carmichael, Mrs.; Clemens, Samuel Langhorne; Data; Devidian nurse; Guinan; Halley’s comet; Hotel Brian; London, Jack; Midsummer’s Night Dream, A; neural depletion; ophidian; Presidio; Sisters of Hope Infirmary; Twain, Mark.

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    “Parturition.” Voyager episode #23. Written by Tom Szollosi. Directed by Jonathan Frakes. No stardate given. First aired in 1995. Neelix and Paris must put their jealousies over Kes aside when they are ordered to investigate a planet that may be rich in foodstuffs—and end up becoming foster parents to a reptohu-manoid hatchling. GUEST CAST: Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Alfarian hair pasta; Baytart, Pablo; clarinet; cordrazine; dermal osmotic sealant; driver coil assembly; Emergency Medical Hologram; Felaran rose; garnesite; holodeck and holosuite programs: Molière plays; Kes; Kim, Harry; Molière; Palliantyne peas; Paris, Admiral; Paris, Thomas; Planet Hell; Potak cold fowl; Potak III; reptohumanoid hatchling; Tanzian flu; technobabble; trigemic vapors.

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    “Drone.” Voyager episode #96. Teleplay by Bryan Fuller and Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky. Story by Bryan Fuller and Harry Doc Kloor. Directed by Les Landau. No stardate given. First aired in 1998. A new Borg drone is born when a transporter accident fuses nanoprobes from Seven of Nine and DNA from a Voyager crew member with the Doctor’s 29th-century mobile emitter. GUEST CAST: J. Paul Boehmer as One; Todd Babcock as Mulchaey, Ensign; Majel Barrett as Computer Voice. SEE: Borg sphere; class-2 shuttlecraft; duranium; gravimetric shear; holo-imager; maturation chamber; mobile emitter; Mulchaey, Ensign; One; polydeutonic alloy; protonebula; proximity transceiver; Seven of Nine; Voyager, U.S.S.

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    “Waking Moments.” Voyager episode #82. Written by Andre Bormanis. Directed by Alexander Singer. Stardate 51471.3. First aired in 1997. The Starship Voyager falls prey to a dream species that attacks the crew in their sleep. GUEST CAST: Mark Colson as Dream Alien; Jennifer Gundy as Ensign; Majel Barrett as Computer Voice. SEE: akoonah; animazine; Australian aborigines; Chile; dream species; Fiji; hoverball; hyper-REM; leola root; lucid dreaming; neurogenic field; Saint Moritz; Samoa; Tahiti; waking species.

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    “Investigations.” Voyager episode #35. Teleplay by Jeri Taylor. Story by Jeff Schnaufer & Ed Bond. Directed by Les Landau. Stardate 49485.2. First aired in 1996. To flush out a spy aboard Voyager, Tom Paris is put off the ship to act as bait for the Kazon. Prince Abdullah of Jordan made a brief nonspeaking cameo as a Voyager crew member in this episode. GUEST CAST: Raphael Sbarge as Jonas; Martha Hackett as Seska; Jerry Sroka as Laxeth; Simon Billig as Hogan; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Baytart, Pablo; Briefing With Neelix, A; Eskarian egg; Hamilton; Hemikek; Hints for Healthful Living; Hlaka soup; Hogan; impedrezine; Jonas, Michael; Kim, Harry; Kotati; Laxeth; magnetic constrictors; Mithren; monocrystal cortenum; Neelix; Paris, Thomas; Pendrashian cheese; poly-silicate verterium; security access codes; Silmic wine; verterium cortenide; Zabee nuts.

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    “Naked Time, The.” Original Series episode #7. Written by John D. F. Black. Directed by Marc Daniels. Stardate 1704.2. First aired in 1966. During the investigation of a disintegrating planet, a mysterious alien virus strips the Enterprise crew of their inhibitions, exposing their innermost feelings. This episode was originally planned as the first part of a two-parter, although the second half eventually became an independent story, “Tomorrow Is Yesterday” (TOS). The first regular episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation, “The Naked Now” (TNG), was sort of a sequel to this episode. “The Naked Time” was the first episode to establish that the Enterprise warp engines are powered by matter and antimatter. It was also the first episode in which the tricorder was used. GUEST CAST: Stewart Moss as Tormolen, Joe; Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine; Bruce Hyde as Riley, Kevin Thomas; Grace Lee Whitney as Rand, Janice; William Knight as Amorous crewman; John Bellah as Laughing crewman; Frank Da Vinci as Brent, Lieutenant; Eddie Paskey as Ryan, Lieutenant; Christin Ducheau, Woody Talbert, Bud Da Vinci, Crewmen. SEE: antimatter; Chapel, Christine; environmental suit; fencing; foil; intermix formula; Psi 2000 virus; Psi 2000 (planet); Rand, Janice; Riley, Kevin Thomas; Spock; Sulu, Hikaru; Tormolen, Joe; tricorder; warp drive.

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    Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Screenplay by Harold Livingston. Story by Alan Dean Foster. Directed by Robert Wise. Stardate 7412.6. Original theatrical release date: 1979. Kirk reunites his original crew to save Earth from a powerful machine life-form called V’Ger. CAST: William Shatner as Kirk, James T.; Leonard Nimoy as Spock; DeForest Kelley as McCoy, Dr. Leonard H.; James Doohan as Scott, Montgomery; George Takei as Sulu, Hikaru; Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine; Walter Koenig as Chekov, Pavel A.; Nichelle Nichols as Uhura; Persis Khambatta as Ilia; Stephen Collins as Decker, Willard; Grace Lee Whitney as Rand, Janice; Marc Lenard as Klingon captain; Billy Van Zandt as Alien boy; Roger Aaron Brown as Episilon technician; Gary Faga as Airlock technician; David Gautreaux as Branch, Commander; John D. Gowans as Assistant to Rand; Howard Itzkowitz as Cargo deck ensign; Jon Rashad Kamal as Sonak, Commander; Marcy Lafferty as DiFalco, Chief; Michèle Ameen Billy as Lieutenant; Terrence O’Connor as Ross, Chief; Michael Rougas as Cleary; Susan J. Sullivan as Woman; Ralph Brannen, Ralph Byers, Paula Grist, Iva Lane, Franklyn Seales, Momo Yashima, crew members; Jimmie Booth, Joel Kramer, Bill McTosh, Dave Moordigian, Tom Morga, Tony Rocco, Joel Schultz, Craig Thomas, Kingon crewman; Edna Glover, Norman Stuart, Paul Weber, Vulcan Masters; Joshua Gellegos as Security officer; Leslie C. Howard as Yeoman; Sayra Hummel, Junero Jennings, Technical assistant; Robert Bralver, William Couch, Keith L. Jensen, John Hugh McKnight, stunts. SEE: AU; air tram; Amar, I.K.S.; Branch, Commander; Columbia, U.S.S.; carbon units; center seat; Chapel, Christine; Chekov, Pavel A.; Cleary; Creator; Decker, Willard; Delta IV; Deltans; DiFalco, Chief; drydock; Enterprise, S.S.; Enterprise, Space Shuttle; Enterprise, U.S.S.; Epsilon IX monitoring station; I.K.S.; Ilia; intermix formula; Jupiter; Kirk, James T.; Kolinahr; linguacode; McCoy, Leonard H.; maneuvering thrusters; NASA; Nogura, Admiral; Oath of Celibacy; orbital office complex; Probert, Commodore; Rand, Janice; rec deck; Revere, U.S.S.; San Francisco Yards; shuttle, Vulcan; Sonak, Commander; sonic shower; Spock; Starfleet Headquarters; thruster suit; travel pod; turboshaft; V’Ger; Voyager VI; Vulcan Master; warp drive; Work Bee; wormhole.

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    Barrett, Majel: Chapel, Christine; Narrator, “Cold Fire” (VGR); Troi, Lwaxana. Voice of the Companion, “Metamorphosis” (TOS); Computer voice; SEE also: Hudec, M. Leigh.

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    “Killing Game, The, Part II.” Voyager episode #87. Written by Brannon Braga and Joe Menosky. Directed by Victor Lobl. Stardate 51715.2. First aired in 1998. Holographic warriors from the Hirogen World War II simulation overrun the Voyager and Janeway must work within the French Resistance program to regain control of her ship. GUEST CAST: Danny Goldring as Alpha-Hirogen; Mark Deakins as Hirogen SS Officer; Mark Metcalf as Hirogen Medic; J. Paul Boehmer as Nazi Kapitan; Paul S. Eckstein as Young Hirogen; Peter Hendrixson as Klingon; Majel Barrett as Computer Voice. SEE: Allied Forces; Alpha-Hirogen; Brigette; Cinema Mystere; Davis, Bobby; de Neuf, Mademoiselle; dynamite; France; French Resistance; Grable, Betty; Hirogen medic; Hirogen SS Officer; Hirogen; holodeck and holosuite programs: French Resistance; holodeck; Karr, Commandant; Katrine; Kraut; Le Coeur de Lion; machine gun; Master Race; Miller, Captain, Nazi Germany; Nazi Kapitan; neural interface; nucleonic charge; optronic datacore; RAF; Sainte Claire; swastika; Third Reich; United States of America; West, Mae; World War II.

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    “Genesis.” Next Generation episode #171. Written by Brannon Braga. Directed by Gates McFadden. Stardate 47653.2. First aired in 1994. A cure for a simple flu becomes a disease that causes the crew to regress into their evolutionary forbearers. GUEST CAST: Patti Yasutake as Ogawa, Nurse Alyssa; Dwight Schultz as Barclay, Reginald; Carlos Ferro as Dern, Ensign; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: alpha four seven authorization; amniotic fluid; amniotic scan; amphibian; aquatic lab; arachnid; arboretum; Australopithecine; Barclay’s Protomorphosis Syndrome; Barclay, Reginald; biospectral analysis; cholic acid; Crusher, Beverly; Cyprion cactus; Dern, Ensign; electropnoretic activity; Hacopian, Dr.; Hayes, Lieutenant; hypothalmic series; iguana; intravascular pressure; introns; K-3 cell count; lemur; microcellular scan; nictitating membrane; Ogawa, Alyssa; Ongilin caviar; pheromone; Powell, Lieutenant Andrew; pygmy marmoset; retrovirus; ribocyatic flux; Selar, Dr; Smith, Rebecca; Spot; spread pattern delta nine four; Starfleet Medical Database; Symbalene Blood Burn; T-cell; Terellian Death Syndrome; Urodelean flu; Worf.

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    “Playing God.” Deep Space Nine episode #37. Story by Jim Trombetta. Teleplay by Jim Trombetta and Michael Piller. Directed by David Livingston. No stardate given. First aired in 1994. A miniature universe is brought on board Deep Space 9, and Dax acts as a training guide for a potential Trill host. GUEST CAST: Geoffrey Blake as Arjin; Ron Taylor as Klingon host; Richard Poe as Cardassian officer; Chris Nelson Norris as Alien man; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: “Ak’la bella doo”; Arjin; Black Hole; citrus blend; Dax (symbiont); Dax, Curzon; Dax, Jadzia; Dax, Lela; directional sonic generator; dynametric array; entomology; entropy; Evek, Gul; Ferengi Rules of Acquisition; field docent; Frenchotte; Galeo-Manada style wrestling; Gedana post; gravimetric microprobe; inertial dampers; initiate; joined; kiosk, Klingon; Koliay; lach’tel; latinum stairway; Mardah; Mekong, U.S.S.; microdyne; Odo; protouniverse; quantometer probe; Quark’s bar; Quark; racht; red lining; Rio Grande, U.S.S.; Sisko, Benjamin; Sisko, Jake; spectral line profile analysis; Starbase 41; sub-nagus; subspace phenomena; synthale; tongo; Trajok; Trill; verteron; vole; Wormhole Junction.

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    “Half a Life.” Next Generation episode #96. Teleplay by Peter Allan Fields. Story by Ted Roberts and Peter Allan Fields. Directed by Les Landau. Stardate 44805.3. First aired in 1991. A scientist must decide between helping his people or conforming to his society’s expectation of ritual suicide at age 60. GUEST CAST: Majel Barrett as Troi, Lwaxana; Michelle Forbes as Dara; Terrence McNally as B’tardat; Colm Meaney as O’Brien, Miles; Carel Struycken as Homn; David Ogden Stiers as Timicin, Dr. SEE: B’tardat; Dara; helium fusion enhancement; Kaelon II; Kaelon warships; Mantickian paté; neutron migration; oskoid; Praxillus system; Resolution, The; Rigel IV; Timicin, Dr.; torpedo sustainer engine.

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    “Deadlock.” Voyager episode #38. Written by Brannon Braga. Directed by David Livingston. Stardate 49548.7. First aired in 1996. The Voyager and its crew are duplicated, and one Janeway must sacrifice herself and her ship so that the other can evade the Vidiians. GUEST CAST: Nancy Hower as Wildman, Samantha; Simon Billig as Hogan; Bob Clendenin as Vidiian surgeon; Ray Proscia as Vidiian commander; Keythe Farley as Vidiian #2; Chris Johnston as Vidiian #1; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: anodyne relay; dermaline gel; destruct sequence; fire suppression system; hemocythemia; hyperthermic charge; Janeway, Kathryn; Kent State University; Kim, Harry; Ktarians; molecular signature; mutual annihilation; osmotic pressure therapy; phase discriminator; security access code; spatial scission; Voyager, U.S.S.; Wildman, Samantha.

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    “Dark Page.” Next Generation episode #159. Written by Hilary J. Bader. Directed by Les Landau. Stardate 47254.1. First aired in 1993. Counselor Troi enters her mother’s mind to bring her out of a coma and learns of a sister that she never knew she had. GUEST CAST: Majel Barrett as Troi, Lwaxana; Norman Large as Maques; Kirsten Dunst as Hedril; Amick Byram as Troi, Ian Andrew (senior); Andreana Weiner as Troi, Kestra. SEE: Cairn; Folnar III, Folnar jewel plant; Hedril; Maques; metaconscious; paracortex; psilosynine; Troi, Deanna; Troi, Ian Andrew (senior); Troi, Kestra; Troi, Lwaxana.

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    “Man of the People.” Next Generation episode #129. Written by Frank Abatemarco. Directed by Winrich Kolbe. Stardate 46071.6. First aired in 1992. A famous Federation mediator maintains extraordinary equanimity in tough negotiations by even more extraordinary abuse of his female companions. GUEST CAST: Chip Lucia as Alkar, Ambassador Ves; Patti Yasutake as Ogawa, Nurse Alyssa; George D. Wallace as Simon, Admiral; Lucy Boryer as Janeway, Ensign; Susan French as Maylor, Sev; Rick Scarry as Jarth; Stephanie Erb as Liva; J.P. Hubbell as Ensign; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Alkar, Ambassador Ves; counselor; Darthen; Dorian; dylamadon; Janeway, Ensign; Jarth; Liva; Maylor, Sev; melorazine; Mok’bara; neurotransmitter; Ogawa, Nurse Alyssa; Pinder, Lieutenant; “receptacle”; Rekag-Seronia; Rekags; Talmadge, Captain.

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    “Power Play.” Next Generation episode #115. Teleplay by Rene Balcer and Herbert J. Wright & Brannon Braga. Story by Paul Reuben and Maurice Hurley. Directed by David Livingston. Stardate 45571.2. First aired in 1992. Alien criminals take over the minds of Enterprise-D crew members. GUEST CAST: Rosalind Chao as O’Brien, Keiko; Colm Meaney as O’Brien, Miles; Michelle Forbes as Ro Laren; Ryan Reid as Transporter technician; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: anesthezine gas; anionic energy; Daeda/us-class starship; Essex, U.S.S.; iono-genic particles; Jat’yln; Kelly, Lieutenant Morgan; Mab-Bu VI; McKinley Park; microoptic drill; Mullen, Commander Steven; Narsu, Admiral Uttan; neutrino field; neutrino; O’Brien, Keiko; O’Brien, Molly; pattern enhancer; Shumar, Captain Bryce; Ux-Mal.

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    “Tomorrow Is Yesterday.” Original Series episode #21. Written by D. C. Fontana. Directed by Michael O’Herlihy. Stardate 3113.2. First aired in 1967. The Enterprise accidentally travels back in time to the 20th century, where it is sighted by the Air Force as a UFO. The episode does not make it clear exactly when in the 20th century the Enterprise was, but the radio reference to the first moon-landing mission to be launched “next Wednesday” would seem to place it about a week before July 16, 1969, when Apollo 11 was launched. GUEST CAST: Roger Perry as Christopher, Captain John; Hal Lynch as air police sergeant; Richard Merrifield as Webb; John Winston as Kyle, Mr.; Ed Peck as Fellini, Colonel; Mark Dempsey as Air Force captain; Jim Spencer as Air policeman; Sherri Townsend as Crew woman; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: air police sergeant; Alpha Centauri; Apollo 11; black star; Blackjack; Bluejay 4; Christopher, Captain John; Christopher, Colonel Shaun Geoffrey; Cygnet XIV; Earth-Saturn probe; Enterprise; Fellini, Colonel; food slot; Kyle, Mr.; moon; Omaha Air Base; slingshot effect; Starbase 9; Saturn; UFO; United Earth Space Probe Agency; Webb.

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    “Assignment: Earth.” Original Series episode #55. Teleplay by Art Wallace. Story by Gene Roddenberry and Art Wallace. Directed by Marc Daniels. No stardate given. First aired in 1968. The Enterprise travels back in time to 1968, where Kirk and Spock help a mysterious stranger named Gary Seven avert a nuclear crisis. “Assignment: Earth” was an unofficial pilot episode for a proposed television series that would have chronicled the present-day adventures of Gary Seven and Roberta Lincoln on Earth as they battled extraterrestrial invaders called Omegans. GUEST CAST: Robert Lansing as Seven, Gary; Teri Garr as Lincoln, Roberta; Don Keefer as Cromwell, Mr.; Lincoln Demyan as Lipton, Sergeant; Morgan Jones as Nesvig, Colonel; Bruce Mars as First policeman; Ted Gehring as Second policeman; Paul Baxley as McKinley, Crewman; Eddie Paskey as Leslie, Mr.; Barbara Babcock as Isis’s voice; Barbara Babcock as Exciever computer voice; Majel Barrett as Beta 5 computer voice. SEE: Agents 201 and 347; Beta 5 computer; exceiver; Isis; light-speed breakaway factor; Lincoln, Roberta; McKinley Rocket Base; Omicron IV; Seven, Gary; Supervisor 194.

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    “Menagerie, Parts I and II, The.” Original Series episode #16. Written by Gene Roddenberry. Directed by Marc Daniels (Part I). Directed by Robert Butler (Part II). Stardate 3012.4. First aired in 1966. Spock hijacks the Enterprise to return Captain Pike to planet Talos IV. This two-part episode incorporated most of the footage from the original Star Trek pilot episode “The Cage” (TOS). Using the courtroom drama of Spock’s trial as a framing device, this episode was an ingenious effort to make use of the first pilot, despite the fact that “The Cage” had a markedly different cast. Use of “The Cage” footage helped the tightly budgeted series control costs and stay on schedule. Marc Daniels directed the “envelope” scenes of Spock’s trial, while Robert Butler received screen credit for “The Menagerie, Part II” for directing the scenes from “The Cage” that formed the majority of that segment. Despite being a two-parter, the wrap-around “envelope” footage was treated as a single episode by studio accounting, so it is listed here as one segment. GUEST CAST: Jeffrey Hunter as Pike, Christopher; Susan Oliver as Vina; Malachi Throne as Mendez, Commodore José; M. Leigh Hudec (Majel Barrett Roddenberry) as Number One; John Hoyt as Boyce, Dr. Phillip; Peter Duryea as Tyler, José; Laurel Goodwin as Colt, Yeoman J.M.; Adam Roarke as C.P.O. Garrison and First Crewman; Sean Kenney as Pike, Captain (Injured); Hagen Beggs as Hansen, Mr.; Julie Parrish as Piper, Miss; Meg Wyllie as Keeper, The; Clegg Hoyt as Pitcairn Transporter chief; George Sawaya as Humbolt, Chief; Brett Dunham as Security chief; Tom Lupo, Ian Reddin, Security guards; Majel Barrett as Enterprise computer voice and Starbase computer control voice; Bob Herron as Kirk’s stunt double and stunt double captain. SEE: Boyce, Dr. Phil; Columbia, S.S.; delta radiation; duranium; fleet captain; Haskins, Dr. Theodore; Kaylar; Keeper, the; laser weapons; Mendez, Commodore José; Mojave; Number One; Orion animal women; Pike, Christopher; Rigel VII; Spock; Starbase 11; Starfleet General orders and Regulations; Talos IV; Talos Star Group; Talosians; Tango; tritanium; Tyler, José; Vega Colony; Vina.

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    Ambassador Troi paid an official visit to Deep Space 9 in 2371 as the Betazoid representative to the Bajoran Gratitude Festival. Troi did not realize that she was suffering from Zanthi fever, which caused her to project amorous emotions onto several station personnel. (“Fascination” [DS9]). Lwaxana married a Tavnian man, Jeyal, in 2371, and subsequently became pregnant with his son. Troi rebelled against Tavnian tradition when she refused to acquiesce to Jeyal’s wish to have her son taken from her at birth to be raised among men only. Troi returned to Deep Space 9, where she sought the protection of her friend, Odo. Lwaxana and Odo wed in a traditional Tavnian marriage ceremony, thereby nullifying Jeyal’s claim upon his unborn son. Not wishing to further inconvenience Odo, Lwaxana returned to Betazed to have her child. (“The Muse” [DS9]). Majel Barrett, the widow of Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry, also played Number One in the first Star Trek pilot, “The Cage” (TOS), as well as Nurse Christine Chapel. Barrett also lent her voice to the U.S.S. Enterprise computer, the Companion (“Metamorphosis” [TOS]), and the Beta 5 computer (“Assignment: Earth” [TOS]). Lwaxana Troi’s first appearance was in “Haven” (TNG). She also appeared in “The Forsaken” (DS9).

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    “Schisms.” Next Generation episode #131. Teleplay by Brannon Braga. Story by Jean Louise Matthias & Ronald Wilkerson. Directed by Robert Wiemer. Stardate 46154.2. First aired in 1992. Aliens from another time continuum kidnap Enterprise-D crew members. GUEST CAST: Lanei Chapman as Rager, Ensign; Ken Thorley as Mot; Angelina Fiordellisi as Kaminer; Scott T. Trost as Shipley, Lt.; Angelo McCabe as Crewman; John Nelson as Medical technician; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Adele, Aunt; Amargosa Diaspora; anapestic tetrameter; coherent graviton pulse; FGC-13 Cluster; Hagler, Lieutenant Edward; “Ode to Spot”; plasma infusion unit; quasimolecular flux; Rager, Ensign; resonance tissue scan; Setti, Mister; solanagen-based entities; solanagen; tertiary subspace manifold; tetryon.

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    Chapel, Christine. (Majel Barrett). Nurse aboard the original U.S.S. Enterprise under Chief Medical Officer Leonard McCoy. Chapel gave up a promising career in bioresearch to sign aboard a starship in the hopes of finding her lost fiancé, Dr. Roger Korby. Chapel found Korby on planet Exo III in 2266, but learned he had transferred his consciousness into an android body. Korby was destroyed by another android on that planet. (“What Are Little Girls Made Of?” [TOS]). Chapel admitted she was in love with Mr. Spock while under the influence of the Psi 2000 virus, although Spock did his best to ignore this. (“The Naked Time” [TOS]). Following the return of the Enterprise to Earth in 2270, Chapel earned a medical degree, and later returned to the Enterprise as a staff physician. (Star Trek: The Motion Picture). Chapel directed emergency operations at Starfleet Command when Earth was threatened in 2286 with ecological disaster by an alien space probe of unknown origin. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home). Chapel’s first appearance was in “The Naked Time” (TOS). Majel Barrett, real-life widow of Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry also played Number One, second-in-command of the Enterprise in “The Cage” (TOS), as well as the recurring character Lwaxana Troi in Star Trek: The Next Generation. Barrett lent her voice to computers on the original Star Trek, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Star Trek: Voyager. Barrett also provided the voice for the Beta 5 computer (“Assignment: Earth” [TOS]), and M’Ress in the animated Star Trek. A nurse aboard the Enterprise-D in “Transfigurations” (TNG) was referred to in the script as Nurse Temple (played by Patti Tippo), sort of an homage to Nurse Chapel.

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    “Private Little War, A.” Original Series episode #45. Teleplay by Gene Roddenberry. Story by Jud Crucis. Directed by Marc Daniels. Stardate 4211.4. First aired in 1968. The peaceful society on a primitive planet is shattered when the Klingons provide firearms to the inhabitants. GUEST CAST: Nancy Kovack as Nona; Michael Kovack as Tyree; Ned Romero as Krell; Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine; Booker Bradshaw as M’Benga, Dr.; Arthur Bearnard as Apella; Janos Prohaska as mugato; Paul Baxley as Patrol leader; Gary Pillar as Yutan; Regina Parton as Nona’s stunt double; Dave Perna as Spock’s stunt double; Bob Orrison as McCoy’s and Village stunt doubles; Roy Slickner, Bob Lyon, Villager stunt doubles; Paul Baxley as Kirk’s and Apella’s stunt doubles. SEE: Apella; flintlock; hill people; Kahn-ut-tu; Kirk, James T.; M’Benga, Dr.; mahko root; mugato; Nona; Prime Directive; Spock; Tyree; Vulcans; Yutan.

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    “Vortex.” Deep Space Nine episode #12. Written by Sam Rolfe. Directed by Winrich Kolbe. No stardate given. First aired in 1993. A fugitive bargains with Odo for his safety. GUEST CAST: Cliff DeYoung as Croden; Randy Oglesby as Ah-Kel; Max Grodenchik as Rom; Gordon Clapp as Hadron; Kathleen Garrett as Vulcan officer; Leslie Engelberg as Yareth; Majel Barrett as killed Duras aboard the Computer voice. SEE: Ah-Kel; Chamra Vortex; changeling; Croden; Exarch; Ganges, U.S.S.; Miradorn; Nehelik Province; Odo; Rakhar; Rakhari; Rigelian freighter; Ro-Kel; T’Vran; toh-maire; Vanoben transport; Yareth.

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    “Haven.” Next Generation episode #5. Teleplay by Tracy Tormé. Story by Tracy Tormé & Lan Okun. Directed by Richard Compton. Stardate 41294.5. First aired in 1987. Deanna Troi’s mother, Lwaxana, visits the Enterprise-D for her daughter’s wedding. “Haven” was the first appearance of Majel Barrett in the recurring role of Lwaxana Troi, and her aide, Mr. Homn. Writer Tracy Tormé is the son of famed jazz singer, Mel Tormé. Episode director Richard Compton had, during the original Star Trek series, played the part of Lieutenant Washburn in “The Doomsday Machine” (TOS). Coincidentally, the first assistant director of “Haven” was Charles Washburn (who had also worked on the original series). GUEST CAST: Majel Barrett as Troi, Lwaxana; Rob Knepper as Miller, Wyatt; Jan Martin as Miller, Victoria Robert Ellenstein as Miller, Steven; Carel Struycken as Homn; Anna Katarina as Valeda; Raye Birk as Wrenn; Danitza Kingsley as Ariana; Michael Rider as Transporter chief. SEE: Alcyones; Ariana; Beta Cassius; Betazed; Betazed, Holy Rings of; Betazoids; bonding gifts; chameleon rose; chime, Betazoid; Fifth House of Betazed; gift box, Betazoid; genetic bonding; Haven; Homn; Innis, Valeda; Miller, Wyatt; Miller, Steven; Miller, Victoria; Sacred Chalice of Rixx; Tarella; Tarellians; Troi, Deanna; Troi, Lwaxana; wedding; Wrenn; Xelo.

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    “Paradise.” Deep Space Nine episode #35. Teleplay by Jeff King and Richard Manning & Hans Beimler. Story by Jim Trombetta and James Crocker. Directed by Corey Allen. Stardate 47573.1. First aired in 1994. Sisko and O’Brien find themselves trapped on a planet where humans have abandoned technology. GUEST CAST: Julia Nickson as Cassandra; Steve Vinovich as Joseph; Michael Buchman Silver as Vinod; Erick Weiss as Stephan; Gail Strickland as Alixus; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Alixus; astatine; bioimplant; Cassandra; core behavior; Crockett, U.S.S.; duonetic field; Gasko; Gemulon V; Golanga; Joseph; Mitsuya, Admiral; O’Brien, Miles; Orellius Minor; Orellius; Orinoco, U.S.S.; Rio Grande, U.S.S.; runabout; Santa Maria; Sector 401; sleeper fungi; Stephan; Vinod; xupta tree.

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    “Ménage à Troi.” Next Generation episode #72. Written by Fred Bronson & Susan Sackett. Directed by Rob Legato. Stardate 43980.7. First aired in 1990. A Ferengi DaiMon kidnaps Lwaxana Troi in hopes of using her empathic senses in his business dealings. This episode marks the first time we see the surface of Troi’s homeworld, Betazed. It was also the first episode directed by visual effects supervisor Rob Legato. Episode cowriter Susan Sackett was Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry’s executive assistant. GUEST CAST: Majel Barrett as Troi, Lwaxana; Frank Corsentino as Tog, DaiMon; Ethan Phillips as Farek, Dr.; Peter Slutsker as Nibor; Rudolph Willrich as Grax, Reittan; Carel Struycken as Homn. SEE: Aldabren Exchange; Algolian ceremonial rhythms; Arcturian Fizz; Betazed; Betazoids; Bradbury, U.S.S.; Cochrane distortion; Crusher, Wesley; Farek, Dr.; Ferengi; Ferengi lobes; Gamma Erandi Nebula; Grax, Reittan; Homn; Krayton; “Little One”; muktok plant; Nibor; oo-mox; Orion wing-slug; oskoid; Riker, William T.; Tog, DaiMon; Trade Agreements Conference; Troi, Deanna; Troi, Lwaxana; uttaberries; warp field; Xanthras III; Zapata, U.S.S.

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    “Quality of Life, The.” Next Generation episode #135. Written by Naren Shankar. Directed by Jonathan Frakes. Stardate 46307.2. First aired in 1992. Data refuses to send robotic servomech-anisms to do hazardous tasks because he believes the machines to be sentient life-forms. GUEST CAST: Ellen Bry as Farallón, Dr.; J. Downing as Kelso, Chief; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: axionic chip; bat’leth; boridium power converter; Carema III; exocomp; Farallón, Dr.; interlink sequencer; Kelso, Chief; main particle impeller; microreplication system; Pierson, Lieutenant; Tyran system; Tyrus VIIA.

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    “Elaan of Troyius.” Original Series episode #57. Written by John Meredyth Lucas. Directed by John Meredyth Lucas. Stardate 4372.5. First aired in 1968. The Enterprise must transport Elaan, the beautiful Dohlman of Elas, to an arranged marriage on planet Troyius. Unfortunately, Elaan is uninterested in her duty, and instead causes Kirk to fall in love with her. GUEST CAST: France Nuyen as Elaan; Jay Robinson as Petri; Tony Young as Kryton; Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine; Lee Duncan as Evans; Victor Brandt as Watson; Dick Durock as Elasian guard #1; Charles Beck as Elasian guard #2; K.L. Smith as Klingon. SEE: dilithium; Dohlman; Elaan; Elas; Elasian tears; Elasians; Kryton; Petri; radans; Tellun star system; Troyians; Troyius.

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    Orion animal women. Sensual, seductive, and green-skinned, these humanoid females were a commodity of trade in the seamier parts of the galaxy during the 23rd century. Christopher Pike saw Vina as an illusory Orion slave woman while both were under control of the Talosians in 2254. (“The Cage,” “The Menagerie, Part II” [TOS]). Marta, the insane consort of Captain Garth, was Orion. (“Whom Gods Destroy” [TOS]). In 2373, Quark had an energetic holosuite program that featured three Orion slave girls. (“The Begotten” [DS9]). Actor Majel Barrett was painted green for the initial makeup tests for this blatantly sexist character. Ironically, Barrett would also play the progressive part of Number One, second-in-command of the Enterprise in “The Cage” (TOS).

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    “And the Children Shall Lead.” Original Series episode #60. Written by Edward J. Lakso. Directed by Marvin Chomsky. Stardate: 5029.5. First aired in 1968. Children who have survived the bizarre death of their parents are possessed by the evil spirit that killed their parents. GUEST CAST: Craig Hundley as Starnes, Tommy; James Wellman as Starnes, Professor; Melvin Belli as Gorgan; Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine; Pamelyn Ferdin as Janowski, Mary; Caesar Belli as O’Connel, Steve; Mark Robert Brown as Linden, Don; Brian Tochi as Tsingtao, Ray; Lou Elias as 1st Technician; Eddie Paskey as Leslie, Mr.; Dick Dial as Technician #2; Jay Jones as Crew stunt double. SEE: cyalodin; Epsilon Indi; food slot; Gorgan; Janowski, Mary; lacunar amnesia; Marcos XII; O’Connel, Steve; Starbase 4; Starnes Expedition; Starnes, Professor; Starnes, Tommy; Triacus; Tsingtao, Ray; Wilkins, Professor.

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    “Operation: Annihilate!” Original Series episode #29. Written by Steven W. Carabatsos. Directed by Herschel Daugherty. Stardate 3287.2. First aired in 1967. At a Federation colony, Kirk finds his brother and sister-in-law are victims of neural parasites causing planetwide insanity. This was the last episode of the original series’s first season. GUEST CAST: Joan Swift as Kirk, Aurelan; Zahra Maurishka as Yeoman; Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine; Craig Hundley as Kirk, Peter; Fred Carson as First Denevan; Jerry Catron as Second Denevan; Dave Armstrong as Kartan; Gary Coombs as Kirk’s stunt double; Bill Catching as Spock’s stunt double; Eddie Paskey as Transporter chief; William Shatner as Sam Kirk’s body. SEE: Beta Portolan system; Deneva; Denevan neural parasite; Denevan ship; Enterprise, U.S.S.; GSK 739; Ingraham B; inner eyelid; K-3 indicator; Kirk, Aurelan; Kirk, George Samuel; Kirk, James T.; Kirk, Peter; Levinius V; Scott, Montgomery; Spock; Starbase 10; Theta Cygni XII; tri-mag-nesite; ultraviolet satellite; Vulcans.

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    “Darmok.” Next Generation episode #102. Teleplay by Joe Menosky. Story by Philip LaZebnik and Joe Menosky. Directed by Winrich Kolbe. Stardate 45047.2. First aired in 1991. An alien ship captain strands himself and Captain Picard on a planet in hopes of helping Picard understand a language based entirely on metaphors. This episode marked the first appearance of the new midsized shuttlecraft. GUEST CAST: Richard Allen as Kentor; Colm Meaney as O’Brien, Miles; Paul Winfield as Dathon; Ashley Judd as Lefler, Ensign Robin; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: annular confinement beam; Children of Tama; “Darmok and Jalad at Tanagra”; Dathon; El-Adrel IV; El-Adrel system; Enkidu; Gilgamesh; Homeric hymns; Lefler, Ensign Robin; Magellan, Shuttlecraft; “Shaka, when the walls fell”; Shiku Maru; Silvestri, Captain; “Sokath, his eyes uncovered!”; Tamarians.

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    “Facets.” Deep Space Nine episode #71. Written by René Echevarria. Directed by Cliff Bole. No stardate given. First aired in 1995. Dax undergoes a Trill ritual that lets her meet her previous hosts. GUEST CAST: Jefrey Alan Chandler as Guardian; Max Grodénchik as Rom; Aron Eisenberg as Nog; Chase Masterson as Leeta; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Dax, Audrid; Dax, Curzon; Dax, Emony; Dax, Jadzia; Dax, Joran; Dax, Lela; Dax (symbiont); Dax, Tobin; Dax, Torias; Delvin fluff pastries; Guardians; Leeta; Lonzo; Nog; Odo; Program delta 5 9; root beer; runabout simulation; spatial orientation test; Starfleet Academy Preparatory Program; tranya; Trill Symbiosis Commission; zhian’tara.

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    “Alter Ego.” Voyager episode #55. Written by Joe Menosky. Directed by Robert Picardo. Stardate 50460.3. First aired in 1997. Harry Kim falls in love with a beautiful holodeck character, then turns to Tuvok to help him eliminate his emotions. Unfortunately, Tuvok falls for her too, then learns that she is actually a lonely being living in a nearby nebula. GUEST CAST: Sandra Nelson as Marayna; Alexander Enberg as Vorik; Shay Todd as Holowoman; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: big daddy-O; holodeck and holosuite programs: Polynesian resort; hydrosail; inversion nebula; k’oh-nar; kal-toh; lei; Marayna; plasma strand; Polynesian resort; shon-ha’lock; soo-lak; t’an; t’san s’at; volleyball; Vorik.

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    “Message in a Bottle.” Voyager episode #81. Teleplay by Lisa Klink. Story by Rick Williams. Directed by Nancy Malone. No stardate given. First aired in 1997. An alien relay station allows Starship Voyager’s Emergency Medical Hologram to beam to the Alpha Quadrant aboard the U.S.S. Prometheus, where he works with another hologram to defeat a party of Romulans. Starfleet Command learns for the first time that Voyager was not destroyed four years ago, but is in the Delta Quadrant, heading for home. GUEST CAST: Judson Scott as Rekar; Valerie Wildman as Nevala; Andy Dick as Emergency Medical Hologram-2; Tiny Ron as Alpha-Hirogen; Majel Barrett as Computer Voice; Tony Sears as Prometheus officer. SEE: ablative armor; Almar; anesthezine; axonol; Emergency Medical Hologram-2; Emergency Medical Hologram; Gray’s Anatomy; Hippocratic Oath; Hirogen relay station; Hirogen; McCoy, Dr. Leonard H.; multivector assault mode; neu-rozine; Nevala; Prometheus, U.S.S.; Rekar; “Rodeo Red’s Red Hot Rootin’ Tootin’ Chili”; Starfleet General Orders and Regulations: Security Protocol 28, Subsection D; T’Met; Terrellian plague; thrombic modulator; Torothka virus; Voyager, U.S.S.

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    “Maneuvers.” Voyager episode #27. Written by Kenneth Biller. Directed by David Livingston. Stardate 49211.5. First aired in 1995. The Voyager is attacked in a daring raid masterminded by Seska and Jal Culluh of the Kazon-Nistrim. Chakotay, taking responsibility for the disaster, goes off by himself to a Kazon ship. GUEST CAST: Martha Hackett as Seska; Anthony DeLongis as Culluh, Jal; Terry Lester as Haron; John Gegenhuber as Surat, Jal; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Chakotay; Culluh, Jal; enemy’s blood; Haron, Jal; Kazon; Kazon spacecraft; Kazon-Hobii; Kazon-Mostral; Kazon-Nistrim; Kazon-Oglamar; Kazon-Relora; Loran, Jal; quantum resonance oscillator; Sankur, Jal; Seska; Surat, Jal; Torres; Trabe; Valek, Jal.

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    “Let That Be Your Last Battlefield.” Original Series episode #70. Teleplay by Oliver Crawford. Story by Lee Cronin. Directed by Jud Taylor. Stardate: 5730.2. First aired in 1969. Two men from a dead civilization are unable to shake the racial hatred that destroyed their people. GUEST CAST: Frank Gorshin as Bele; Lou Antonio as Lokai; Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Ariannus; Bele; Cheron; destruct sequence; Lokai; Mendel, Gregor Johann; Starbase 4; Vulcans.

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    “State of Flux.” Voyager episode #11. Teleplay by Chris Abbott. Story by Paul Robert Coyle. Directed by Robert Scheerer. Stardate 48658.2. First aired in 1995. The Voyager crew learns that Ensign Seska is a Cardassian agent and that she has been secretly selling Federation replicator technology to the Kazons. GUEST CAST: Martha Hackett as Seska; Josh Clark as Carey; Anthony DeLongis as Culluh, Jal; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: bio-neural circuitry; bloodworms; Carey; Chakotay; Culluh; dermal regenerator; gin rummy; Jackson; kaylo; Kazon-Nistrim; Kazon; kelotane; leola root; masking circuitry; mushroom soup; neosorium composite; nucleonic radiation; Orkett’s disease; pattern buffer; polaron; pyrocyte; Rakan folk songs; replicator; Seska; subspace bubble; vakol fish; Voyager, U.S.S.

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    “Tholian Web, The.” Original Series episode #64. Written by Judy Burns and Chet Richards. Directed by Herb Wallerstein. Stardate 5693.2. First aired in 1968. Kirk disappears and is presumed dead while Spock tries to keep the Enterprise from being the victim of a weblike alien weapon. The original script was an unsolicited submission entitled “In Essence Nothing,” which Bob Justman read and recommended to producer Fred Freiberger. It was writer Judy Burns’s first professional sale, leading to a lengthy writing career. Burns also teaches scriptwriting at UCLA and other schools and colleges. GUEST CAST: Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine; Sean Morgan as O’Neil, Lieutenant; Barbara Babcock as Tholians’ voices. SEE: Defiant, U.S.S.; environmental suit; Kirk, James T.; Loskene, Commander; spatial interphase; theragen; Tholian Assembly; Tholian web; Tholian; tri-ox compound.

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    “Visitor, The.” Deep Space Nine episode #76. Written by Michael Taylor. Directed by David Livingston. No stardate given. First aired in 1995. When a freak accident kills Ben Sisko aboard the Defiant, his son, Jake, spends the rest of his life searching for a way to reach across time and space to restore his beloved father to life. The future Starfleet uniforms in this episode were originally designed for “All Good Things…” (TNG). “The Visitor” was nominated for a Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation at the 1996 World Science Fiction Convention. GUEST CAST: Tony Todd as Sisko, Jake (older); Galyn Gorg as Sisko, Korena; Aron Eisenberg as Nog; Rachel Robinson as Melanie; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Anslem; antimatter containment; Bajoran wormhole; Betar Prize; blackened redfish; Collected Stories; Defiant, U.S.S.; holodeck and holosuite programs; ion surfing; Melanie; Morn; New Orleans; Nog; Sisko’s; Sisko, Benjamin; Sisko, Jake; Sisko, Korena; subspace inversion; Takarian mead; temporal signature.

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    “Manhunt.” Next Generation episode #45. Written by Tracy Tormé. Directed by Rob Bowman. Stardate 42859.2. First aired in 1989. Lwaxana Troi returns to the Enterprise-D with the intent of finding a husband. GUEST CAST: Diana Muldaur as Pulaski, Dr. Katherine; Majel Barrett as Troi, Lwaxana; Robert Costanzo as Bender, Slade; Carel Struycken as Homn; Rod Arrants as Rex; Colm Meaney as O’Brien, Miles; Rhonda Aldrich as Madeline; Mick Fleetwood as Antedean dignitary; Wren T. Brown as Transporter pilot. SEE: Antede III; Antedean ambassador; Antedeans; Bender, Slade; brown dwarf; chime, Betazoid; co-orbital satellites; Hill, Dixon; Madeline; Marejaretus VI; Pacifica; Parrot’s Claw, The; phase, the; Rex; Sacred Chalice of Rixx; Troi, Lwaxana; Ultritium; vermicula.

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    “Threshold.” Voyager episode #32. Teleplay by Brannon Braga. Story by Michael DeLuca. Directed by Alexander Singer. Stardate 49373.4. First aired in 1996. Lieutenant Tom Paris becomes the first human to break the warp 10 speed barrier, causing Janeway and him to mutate into another stage of evolution. This episode marks the first explanation of the transwarp concept first mentioned in Star Trek III, and the first appearance of Voyager’s small “speedboat” shuttlecraft. GUEST CAST: Raphael Sbarge as Jonas; Mirron E. Willis as Rettik; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: acidichloride; AMU; antiproton; Armstrong, Neil; Cochrane, Shuttlecraft; dark-matter nebula; dilithium; duranium; Emergency Medical Hologram; gigaquad; holodeck and holosuite programs: Transwarp flight; infinite velocity, theory of; Janeway, Kathryn; Jonas, Michael; Kalavian biscuits; Neelix; Paris delight; Paris, Thomas; parsec; pizza; Rettick; space door; Trabalian freighter; transwarp; tritanium; warp 10; Wright, Orville.

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    Troi, Lwaxana. (Majel Barrett). Ambassador for the government of Betazed, and Deanna Troi’s mother. Lwaxana Troi was daughter of the Fifth House, Holder of the Sacred Chalice of Rixx, Heir to the Holy Rings of Betazed. (“Haven” [TNG]). Lwaxana, a full Betazoid, married a Starfleet officer, Ian Andrew Troi (“The Child” [TNG]), and the couple had two children, Kestra and Deanna. Kestra died in 2336 in a swimming accident. Lwaxana suppressed the memory of her death until 2370. (“Dark Page” [TNG]). Her other daughter, Deanna Troi, became a Starfleet officer. Ian Troi died when Deanna was seven. (“Dark Page” [TNG]).

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    “Phage” Voyager episode #5. Story By Timothy De Haas. Teleplay By Skye Dent and Brannon Braga. Directed by Winrich Kolbe. Stardate 48532.4. Aliens steal Neelix’s lungs. This was the first appearance of the Vidiian Sodality. GUEST CAST: Cully Fredricksen as Alien #1; Stephen B. Rappaport as Alien #2; Martha Hackett as Seska; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: asparagus; blood-gas infuser; cellular toxicity; cytoplasmic stimulator; darvot fritters; Dereth; eggs benedict; Emergency Medical Hologram; holodeck and holosuite programs; honat-ta; isotropic restraint; Kes; KLS stabilizer; mess hall; Motura; Neelix; oatmeal; Parsons, Ensign; phage; pulmonary scanner; ration pack; Rectilian vulture; Seska; strawberries and cream; Talaxians; tricorder operations manual; Vidiian Sodality; Vidiian; Voyager, U.S.S.; Yallitians.

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    “Firstborn.” Next Generation episode #173. Story by Mark Kalbfeld. Teleplay by René Echevarria. Directed by Jonathan West. Stardate 47779.4. First aired in 1994. An enigmatic family friend gives Worf some unexpected help in teaching his son to be a Klingon warrior. James Sloyan as K’mtar; Brian Bonsall as Rozhenko, Alexander; Gwynyth Walsh as B’Etor; Barbara March as Lursa; Joel Swetow as Gorta; Colin Mitchell as Yog; Armin Shimerman as Quark; Michael Danek as Singer; John Kenton Shull as Molor; Rickey D’shon Collins as Eric; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Age of Ascension; Anjoran biomimetic gel; B’Etor; Cambra system, Corvallan trader; darseks; Deep Space 9; Dopterian; fullerenes; gin’tak; Gorta; Hatarian system; Kalla III; Kearsarge, U.S.S.; Klingon opera; K’mtar; K’mtar Alpha-one; kor’tova candles; Kot’baval Festival; Lursa; magnesite; Maranga IV; Molor; Ogat Training Academy; Pakled; Rozhenko, Alexander; Ufandi III; Vodrey Nebula; ya’nora kor, Yog; Yridian; Yridian freighter.

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    “Day of the Dove.” Original Series episode #66. Written by Jerome Bixby. Directed by Marvin Chomsky. No stardate given. First aired in 1968. The Enterprise crew and a group of Klingons are trapped by an energy creature that feeds on hatred. Kang, the Klingon commander, later returned in “Blood Oath” (DS9). GUEST CAST: Michael Ansara as Kang; Susan Howard as Mara; David L. Ross as Johnson, Lieutenant; Mark Tobin as Klingon; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: agonizer; Archanis IV; armory; auxiliary control; Beta XII-A entity; Beta XII-A; Chekov, Pavel A; Chekov, Piotr; claymore; Devil; intraship beaming; Johnson, Lieutenant; Kang; Klingon Empire; Klingons; Mara; Organian Peace Treaty.

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    “Cost of Living.” Next Generation episode #120. Written by Peter Allan Fields. Directed by Winrich Kolbe. Stardate 45733.6. First aired in 1992. A planetary dignitary visits the Enterprise-D to be married to Lwaxana Troi, but he doesn’t count on her being such a free spirit.. GUEST CAST: Majel Barrett as Troi, Lwaxana; Brian Bonsall as Rozhenko, Alexander; Tony Jay as Campio, Minister; Carel Struycken as Homn; David Oliver as Young humanoid man; Albie Selznick as Juggler; Patrick Cronin as Erko; Tracey D’Arcy as Young woman; George Ede as Poet; Christopher Halsted as 1st Learner; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: antimatter containment; Campio, Minister; chrondite; Erko; exanogen gas; Jestral tea; Laughing Hour; Moselina system; nitrium; nitrium metal parasites; Parallax Colony; Pelloris Field; petrokian sausage; Shiralea VI; Tessen III; Troi, Lwaxana; wedding.

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    Number One. (M. Leigh Hudec, aka Majel Barrett Roddenberry). Executive officer holding the rank of lieutenant, and second-in-command of the original Starship Enterprise under the command of Captain Christopher Pike. (“The Cage,” “The Menagerie, Parts I and II” [TOS]). Number One was a cool, mysterious woman whose name was never given, although she was intended as a regular character in Roddenberry’s original version of Star Trek. Number One is apparently a common nickname given by starship captains to their second-in-command, since Captain Picard gave the same moniker to Commander William T. Riker. SEE: Flores, Marissa. The character of Number One was dropped from the original Star Trek series at the insistence of the network, and Mr. Spock was “promoted” to second-in-command. It was not until 1986, when Madge Sinclair was cast as the captain of the ill-fated U.S.S. Saratoga in Star Trek IV, that the decision was reversed. Majel Barrett also played Nurse Chapel in the original Star Trek series and Lwaxana Troi in Star Trek: The Next Generation. Barrett also lent her voice to various computers in the spin-off series.

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    “Galileo Seven, The.” Original Series episode #14. Teleplay by Oliver Crawford and S. Bar-David. Story by Oliver Crawford. Directed by Robert Gist. Stardate 2821.5. First aired in 1967. A shuttlecraft piloted by Spock crashes on planet Taurus II, forcing him to grapple with the life-and-death responsibilities of command. S. Bar-David was the pen name of dramatist Shimon Wincelberg, who also wrote “Dagger of the Mind” (TOS). The Enterprise shuttlecraft made its first appearance in this episode. Earlier episodes (like “The Enemy Within” [TOS]) did not use the shuttle because it had not been built until this point. Stephen Whitfield represented model toy manufacturer AMT and negotiated the deal to market the original Enterprise model kit. He also made a deal for the studio for AMT to fund construction of the full-sized Galileo mockup for filming in return for the rights to market the shuttlecraft model kit. With Gene Roddenberry Whitfield wrote The Making of Star Trek. Now known as Stephen Poe, he has written many books, videos, and films. GUEST CAST: Don Marshall as Boma, Lieutenant; John Crawford as Ferris, Galactic High Commissioner; Peter Marko as Gaetano, Lieutenant; Phyllis Douglas as Mears, Yeoman; Reese Vaughn as Latimer, Lieutenant; Grant Woods as Kelowitz, Lieutenant Commander; Buck Maffei as Creature; David L. Ross as Transporter chief; Gary Coombs as Latimer stunt double; Frank Vinci as Spock’s stunt double; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Boma, Lieutenant; Columbus, Shuttlecraft; Ferris, Galactic High Commissioner; Gaetano, Lieutenant; Galileo, Shuttlecraft; Hansen’s Planet; Immamura, Lieutenant; Kelowitz, Lieutenant Commander; Latimer, Lieutenant; Makus III; Mears, Yeoman; Murasaki 312; New Paris colonies; O’Neill, Ensign; quasars; space-normal; Taurus II.

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    “Relics.” Next Generation episode #130. Written by Ronald D. Moore. Directed by Alexander Singer. Stardate 46125.3. First aired in 1993. Captain Montgomery Scott is found to be alive, having survived in a transporter beam after his ship crashed on a Dyson Sphere 75 years ago. “Relics” establishes that Scotty disappeared aboard the Jenolen about a year after the events in Star Trek VI, and that he remained lost until 2369. GUEST CAST: Lanei Chapman as Rager, Ensign; Erick Weiss as Kane, Ensign; James Doohan as Scott, Montgomery; Stacie Foster as Bartel, Engineer; Ernie Mirich as Waiter; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Aldebaran whiskey; Bartel, Engineer; Code One Alpha Zero; containment fields; deuterium; dilithium; duotronics; Dyson Sphere; Enterprise-A, U.S.S.; Fleet Museum; Franklin, Ensign Matt; Goddard, Shuttlecraft; gravimetric fluctuation; holodeck; isolinear optical chip; Jenolen, U.S.S.; Norpin Colony; pattern buffer; Rager, Ensign; Starfleet General Orders and Regulations; rematerialization subroutine; Scott, Montgomery; Sydney-class transport; synthehol; Ten-Forward.

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    “For the World Is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky.” Original Series episode #65. Written by Rik Vollaerts. Directed by Tony Leader. Stardate: 5476.3. First aired in 1968. Dr. McCoy, stricken with a fatal disease, finds love with the leader of a doomed asteroid spaceship. GUEST CAST: Kate Woodville as Natira; Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine; Byron Morrow as Westervliet, Admiral; Jon Lormer as Old man; James Doohan as the Oracle, voice of. SEE: Darán V; Fabrina; Fabrini Book of the People; Fabrini creators; Fabrini; Instrument of Obedience; McCoy, Dr. Leonard H.; Natira; Oracle; xenopolycythemia; Yonada.

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    “What Are Little Girls Made Of?” Original Series episode #10. Written by Robert Bloch. Directed by James Goldstone. Stardate 2712.4. First broadcast in 1966. Nurse Chapel’s long-lost fiance is discovered, living in a “perfect” android body, on a planet controlled by incredibly sophisticated robots that destroyed the civilization there. James Goldstone also directed the second pilot episode, “Where No Man Has Gone Before” (TOS). GUEST CAST: Michael Strong as Korby, Dr. Roger; Sherry Jackson as Andrea; Ted Cassidy as Ruk; Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine; Harry Basch as Brown, Dr.; Vince Deadrick as Matthews; Budd Albright as Rayburn; Paul Baxley as Kirk’s stunt double; Denver Matson as Rayburn’s stunt double. SEE: Andrea; android; archaeology; Brown, Dr.; Chapel, Christine; Earth Colony 2; Exo III; Kirk, George Samuel; Kirk, James T.; Korby, Dr. Roger; Matthews; Midos V; Old Ones; Rayburn; Ruk.

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    “Ship in a Bottle.” Next Generation episode #138. Written by René Echevarría. Directed by Alexander Singer. Stardate 46424.1. First aired in 1993. The computer-generated Professor James Moriarty tries to emerge from the holodeck, demanding that a way be found for him to leave the ship. This episode continues the story of Moriarty begun in “Elementary, Dear Data” (TNG). GUEST CAST: Daniel Davis as Moriarty, Professor James; Stephanie Beacham as Barthalomew, Countess Regina; Dwight Schultz as Barclay, Reginald; Clement Von Franckenstein as Gentleman; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Barclay, Lieutenant Reginald; Barthalomew, Countess Regina; cogito ergo sum; Detrian system; Heisenberg compensators; holodeck matter; Justman, Shuttlecraft; matrix diodes; Mêles II; Moriarty, Professor James; pattern enhancers; Picard Delta One; protected memory; Sherlock Holmes program 3A; spatial orientation systems; strychnine; tsetse fly.

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    “Remember.” Voyager episode #48. Teleplay by Lisa Klink. Story by Brannon Braga & Joe Menosky. Directed by Winrich Kolbe. Stardate 50203.1. First aired in 1996. When shuttling a group of telepathic aliens to their homeworld, Torres experiences realistic dreams, which turn out to be actual memories of a horrific genocide perpetrated decades ago. GUEST CAST: Eugene Roche as Brel, Jor; Charles Esten as Dathan; Athena Massey as Jessen; Eve H. Massey as Mirell, Jora; Bruce Davison as Jareth; Nancy Kaine as Woman; Tina Reddington as Girl; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Alaris, Dathan; algae puffs; Brel, Jor; Demalos; Enara Prime; Enarans; Farran; Fima system; hover-ball; Janeway, Kathryn; Jareth; Jessen; Mirell, Korenna; radioseptics; Regressives; resettlement; Sanric; tarin juice; thermal sweep.

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    “Cold Fire.” Voyager episode #26. Teleplay by Brannon Braga. Story by Anthony Williams. Directed by Cliff Bole. No stardate mentioned. First aired in 1995. The Voyager crew encounters the Caretaker’s mate, a malevolent entity who has enslaved hundreds of Ocampa, while Kes discovers the incredible power of her latent telekinetic powers. Opening narration establishes this episode to be set ten months after “Caretaker” (VGR), the show’s pilot movie. Gary Graham as Tanis; Lindsay Ridgeway as Girl; Norman Large as Ocampa; Majel Barrett as Narrator. SEE: airponics bay; Caretaker; Exosia; hexiprismatic field; Kes; Nacene; noncorporeal life; Ocampa; sporocystian; Suspiria’s Array; Suspiria; Tanis.

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    “New Ground.” Next Generation episode #110. Teleplay by Grant Rosenberg. Story by Sara Chamo and Stuart Charno. Directed by Robert Scheerer. Stardate 45376.3. First aired in 1992. Alexander returns to the Enterprise-D to live with his father, Worf, but the transition is not easy for either. GUEST CAST: Georgia Brown as Rozhenko, Helena; Brian Bonsall as Rozhenko, Alexander; Richard McGonagle as Ja’Dar, Dr.; Jennifer Edwards as Kyle, Ms.; Sheila Franklin as Felton, Ensign; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Balduk warriors; Bilana III; Brentalia; calisthenics program, Klingon; Cochrane, Zefram; Corvan gilvos; Corvan II; Donaldson; Draco lizards; Felton, Ensign; firefighting; Ja’Dar, Dr.; Kahless the Unforgettable; Kyle, Ms.; Lapsang souchong tea; Lemma II; Maktag; Milan, S.S.; Morath; Rozhenko, Alexander; Rozhenko, Helena; soliton wave; white rhinos; Yeager, Chuck.

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    “Wolf in the Fold.” Original Series episode #36. Written by Robert Bloch. Directed by Joseph Pevney. Stardate 3614.9. First aired in 1967. Scotty is accused of murdering two women on a peaceful planet, but the culprit is an evil entity that was once known as Jack the Ripper. GUEST CAST: John Fiedler as Hengist, Mr.; Charles Macaulay as Jarvis; Pilar Seurat as Sybo; Charles Dierkop as Morla; Joseph Bernard as Tark; Tania Lemani as Kara; John Winston as Transporter chief; Virginia Aldridge as Tracy, Lieutenant Karen; Judy McConnell as Tankris, Yeoman; Judi Sherven as Nurse; John Winston as Argelian bartender; Suzanne Lodge, Marlys Burdette, Serving girls; Majel Barrett as Computer voice; Paul Baxley as Hengist’s stunt double. SEE: Alpha Carinae V; Alpha Majoris I; Alpha Proxima II; Argelians; Argelius II; Argus River region; Beratis; Deneb II; drella; Hengist, Mr.; Jack the Ripper; Jarvis; Kara; Kesla; Martian Colonies; mellitus; Morla; pi (n); psychotricorder; Redjac; Rigel IV; Scott, Montgomery; Sybo; Tark; Tracy, Lieutenant Karen.

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    “Starship Mine.” Next Generation episode #144. Written by Morgan Gendel. Directed by Cliff Bole. Stardate 46682.4. First aired in 1993. Terrorists seize the Enterprise-D in an attempt to steal trilithium resin. GUEST CAST: David Spielberg as Hutchinson, Commander Calvin; Marie Marshall as Kelsey; Tim Russ as Devor; Glenn Morshower as Orton, Mr.; Tom Nibley as Neil; Tim DeZarn as Satler; Patricia Tallman as Kiros; Arlee Reed as Waiter; Alan Altshuld as Pomet; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Arkaria Base; Arkarian water fowl; bary-on particles; baryon sweep; Conklin, Captain; Devor; Edwell, Captain; field diverters; Gaspar VII; Hutchinson, Commander Calvin; Kelsey; Kiros; Magellan, U.S.S.; Mitchell, Admiral; Neil; optical transducer; ornithology; Orton, Mr.; Pomet; Remmler Array; saddle; Satler; security access code; Starbase 97; trilithium; Tyrellia.

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    “Lessons.” Next Generation episode #145. Written by Ronald Wilkerson & Jean Louise Matthias. Directed by Robert Wiemer. Stardate 46693.1. First aired in 1993. Jean-Luc Picard falls in love with a member of his crew. GUEST CAST: Wendy Hughes as Daren, Neela; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Beck; Bersallis firestorms; Bersallis III; Borgolis Nebula; Cabot, Ensign; Cheney, Ensign; Chopin’s Trio in G Minor; Daren, Neela; Deng; “Frere Jacques”; Havana, U.S.S.; Jefferies tube; Kerelian; Landris II; Marquez, Lieutenant; Mataline II; Melnos IV; Mowray, Dr.; Picard, Jean-Luc; Ressikan flute; Richardson; Spectral Analysis department; Starbase 218; Stellar Cartography; Thelka IV; thermal deflector.

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    “Way to Eden, The.” Original Series episode #75. Teleplay by Arthur Heinemann. Story by Michael Richards and Arthur Heinemann. Directed by David Alexander. Stardate 5832.3. First aired in 1969. The Enterprise is hijacked by a group of renegades who have rejected modern technological life to search for the mythical planet Eden. An early version of this episode, originally titled “Joanna,” written by D. C. Fontana, was a love story between James Kirk and Joanna McCoy, daughter of Dr. Leonard McCoy. In the aired version, the Joanna character became Irina Galliulin, Chekov’s love interest. Michael Richards is the pseudonym of D.C. Fontana. GUEST CAST: Skip P. Homeier as Sevrin, Dr. Thomas; Charles Napier as Adam; Mary-Linda Rapelye as Irina Galliulin; Majel Barrett as Chapel, Christine; Victor Brandt as Tongo Rad; Elizabeth Rogers as Palmer, Lieutenant; Deborah Downey as Girl #1; Phyllis Douglas as Girl #2. SEE: Adam; Aurora; auxiliary control; Catualla; Chekov, Pavel A.; Eden; Galileo II, Shuttlecraft; Herbert; Galliulin, Irina; One; Palmer, Lieutenant; Sevrin, Dr.; Synthococcus novae; Tiburon; Tongo Rad; Vulcan lute.

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    “Thine Own Self.” Next Generation episode #168. Teleplay by Ronald D. Moore. Story by Christopher Hatton. Directed by Winrich Kolbe. Stardate 47611.2. First aired in 1994. Data finds himself stranded on a planet with a pre-industrial society, and he has no memory of who he is or how he got there. Deanna Troi was promoted to full commander in this episode. GUEST CAST: Ronnie Claire Edwards as Talar; Michael Rothhaar as Garvin; Kimberly Cullum as Gia; Michael G. Hagerty as Skoran; Andy Kossin as Apprentice; Richard Ortega-Miro as Rainer; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Barkon IV; Barkonians; Bridge Officer Examination, Starfleet; dorak; Garvin; Gia; Bridge Officer Exam, Starfleet; Jayden; Lexington, U.S.S.; selton; Skoran; Starbase 231; Talar; Taranko colony; Troi, Deanna; Vellorian mountains.

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    “Non Sequitur.” Voyager episode #22. Written by Brannon Braga. Directed by David Livingston. First aired in 1995. Ensign Kim finds himself back on Earth in an alternate reality, one in which he never served on Voyager. GUEST CAST: Louis Giambalvo as Cosimo; Jennifer Gatti as Libby; Jack Shearer as Strickler, Admiral; Mark Kiely as Lasca, Lieutenant; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: antimatter containment; Apollo 11; Byrd, Daniel; Cochrane Medal of Excellence; Cosimo; Drake, Shuttlecraft; Exeter, U.S.S.; Kim, Harry; Ktarian music festival; Lasca, Lieutenant; Libby; navigational deflector; Paris, Thomas; polaron; security anklet; site-to-site transport; Spacedock; Starfleet Corps of Engineers; Strickler, Admiral; tetryon; timestream; Voyager, U.S.S.; Vulcan mocha; Yellowstone, U.S.S.

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    “Conscience of the King, The.” Original Series episode #13. Written by Barry Trivers. Directed by Gerd Oswald. Stardate: 2817.6. First aired in 1966. Kirk suspects that a distinguished Shakespearean actor may have been an infamous mass murderer many years ago. The episode’s title is a quote from Shakespeare’s Hamlet. GUEST CAST: Arnold Moss as Karidian, Anton; Barbara Anderson as Karidian, Lenore; Grace Lee Whitney as Rand, Janice; William Sargent as Leighton, Dr. Thomas; Natalie Norwick as Leighton, Martha; Troy David as Maston, Larry; Karl Bruck as King Duncan; Marc Adams as Hamlet; Bruce Hyde as Riley, Kevin Thomas; Eddie Paskey as Leslie, Mr.; Frank Vince as Daily, Jon (voice); Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Astral Queen; Benecia Colony; “Beyond Antares”; Cygnia Minor; Daily, Jon; Hamlet; Karidian Company of Players; Karidian, Anton; Karidian, Lenore; Leslie, Mr.; Kirk, James T.; Kodos the Executioner; Leighton, Dr. Thomas; Leighton, Martha; Molson, E.; Q, Planet; Riley, Kevin Thomas; Saurian brandy; Shakespeare, William; Tarsus IV; tetralubisol; Uhura; Vulcan lute.

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    “Heroes and Demons.” Voyager episode #12. Written by Naren Shankar. Directed by Les Landau. Stardate 48693.2. First aired in 1995. The Doctor is called upon to investigate the disappearance of three crew members from the ship’s holodeck. GUEST CAST: Marjorie Monaghan as Freya; Christopher Neame as Unferth; Michael Keenan as Hrothgar, King; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Amanita muscaria; atuta; Beowulf; Emergency Medical Hologram; Freya; Grendel; Kim, Harry; holodeck and holosuite programs; holonovel; Hrothgar, King; noncorporeal life; Parinisti measles; photonic beings; Rakella Prime; Schweitzer; Unferth; Vok’sha.

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    “Warlord”. Voyager episode #52. Teleplay by Lisa Klink. Story by Andrew Shepard Price & Mark Gaberman. Directed by David Livingston. Stardate 50348.1. First aired in 1996. An egomaniacal tyrant named Tieran places his mind into the body of Kes, using her to overthrow his government. GUEST CAST: Anthony Crivello as Adin; Brad Greenquist as Demmas; Galyn Gorg as Nori; Charles Emmett as Resh; Karl Wiedergott as Ameron; Leigh J. McCloskey as Tieran; Majel Barrett as Computer voice. SEE: Adin; Ameron; Demmas; Denar; Gallia nectar; gamma radiation; holodeck and holosuite programs: Paxau resort, Volleyball; llari autarch; llari bioelectric microfibers; llari First Castallan; llari talisman; llari; Kes; lectrazine; Martin, Ensign; Neelix; Nori; paraka wings; Paxau resort; Rekarri starbursts; Resh; thoron; Tieran; volleyball; Yaro.

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