How often did Bones say something like "I am a doctor, not a xx", how many "redshirts" had to die and which episodes were featuring the multitalent Mr. Leslie? This and further questions, e.g. which other TV shows quoted Star Trek, should be answered here.
Since I am about to build this area up, the entries will be pretty incomplete at the beginning. That's why everything that is not marked explicitly as complete is incomplete!
The sources resp. the episode(s) are placed after each entry.
Kirk has the reputation of being a galactic womanizer. Here the facts:
Old loves to reappear (currently listed: 3)
- Dr. Helen Noël in "Dagger of the Mind"
- Ruth in "Shore Leave" (manifestation out of Kirk's memory)
- Ariel Shaw in "Court Martial"
Old Loves mentioned only (currently listed: 1)
- Nurse (not named) that was set on Kirk by Gary Mitchell - Kirk did almost marry her ("Where No Man Has Gone Before")
New Loves, the serious ones (currently listed: 3)
- Janice Rand, Kirk's Yeoman; in several episodes it is indicated that under certain circumstances more would be possible between Rand and Kirk whereby nothing serious happens. In "The Enemy Within", the "evil" Kirk tries to rape her.
- Edith Keeler in "The City on the Edge of Forever"
- Miramanee in "The Paradise Syndrome" (while memory lost)
New Love Affairs - used as a tool to fulfil a certain purpose (currently listed: 2)
- Eleonore Karidian in "The Conscience of the King"
- Sylvia in "Cat Spaw"
The doppelganger theme was one of Star Trek's favourites - and most times Kirk was the victim:
- Devided personality in "The Enemy Within"
- Android as doppelganger in "What are Little Girls Made of?"
- Empersonated by "Lord" Garth of Izar in "Whom Gods Destroy"
- Body Switch with Dr. Lester in "Turnabout Intruder"
Episodes in which Kirk's shirt is torn (currently listed: 1)
- "Shore Leave" (Fight with Finnegan)
Epsiodes featuring the green command shirt (currently listed: 5)
To make it easier to distinguish between the "good" and the "bad" Kirk in the
episode "The Enemy Within" a second command shirt was created. Afterwards, the
green tunic was used frequently because it looks too well to be wasted on one episode only.
- "Amok Time" ("killed" by Spock)
- "The Enterprise Incident" (as a ruse)
- "Return to Tomorrow" - (Sargon dies while in Kirk's body - the Captain can be reanimated later)
- "The Tholian Web" (floating in space)
- with M5 ("The Ultimate Computer")
Episodes in which Kirk's preference for literature especially Shakespear and poems becomes visible (currently visible: 1)
- Kirk quotes a poem (A tall ship and a star) towards McCoy ("The Ultimate Computer"
- with Dr. Simon van Gelder in "Dagger of the Mind"
- with Nomad in "The Changeling"
- with the Medusian Ambassador and Dr. Jones in "Is There in Truths No Beauty?"
- the "evil" Kirk in "The Enemy Within"
- two officers at star base 11 in "The Menagerie - Part I/Part II": a technician in red and an officer in blue
- two in "The Omega Glory" (female and male Kohm)
- Dr. Daystrome in "The Ultimate Computer"
- two in "Whom Gods Destroy" (the Andorian and the Tellarite - the nerve pince performed on Martha does not count since Garth was the one to nerve pinche her while assuming Spock's shape)
- Henoch is able to survive in Spock's body without problems due to Vulcan physiology ("Return to Tomorrow")
- Spock survives poison darts that killed a redshirt before ("The Apple")
- Romulan Commander ("The Enterprise Incident")
McCoy was the one with a rough outside but a warm heart inside. His verbal attacks are legend and often
he used an expression like "I am a doctor, not a…". Even the later Series honoured him by
using that quote. Furthermore, McCoy was often forced to diagnose: "He is dead, Jim", when a redshirt passed away.
- the dog-like animal in "The Enemy Within"
- Dr. Adams in "Dagger of the Mind"
- Scotty in "The Changeling"
- Kirk in "Return to Tomorrow"
- Kirk in "The Enterprise Incident"
- Lawrence "Larry" Marvick in "Is There in Truths No Beauty?"
There are 12 Constitution Class Starships: (currently listed: 7)
Every Constitution Class Starship is manned by a crew of about 430. In "Charlie X" a number of 428 is named, in "The Ultimate Computer" 430. In "Who Mourns for Adonais?", Kirk mentioned that he has 430 people "up there" while he was on Pollux IV accompanied by a landing party. Under Captain Pike the Enterprise was manned by 203 persons. ("The Menagerie - Part I/Part II")
- Enterprise NCC 1701, Captain Kirk (all episodes), previously commanded by Captain Christopher Pike ("The Menagerie" Part I and II resp. "The Cage") and by Captain Robert April (Star Trek - The Animated Series)
- Intrepid (Remastered Version: NCC 1631) - crew exclusively Vulcan, ship was destroyed ("The Immunity Syndrome")
- Exeter, originally under the command of Captain Ronald Tracy ("The Omega Glory")
- Excalibur (Remastered Version: NCC 1664; manual: NCC 1705) unter the command of Captain Harris - ship including it's crew was completely destroyed by M5 after the first computer attack claimed 12 victims. ("The Ultimate Computer")
- Hood, NCC 1703, ("The Ultimate Computer")
- Potemkin, NCC 1657, ("The Ultimate Computer")
- Lexington, NCC 1709, at least temporarily under the command of Commodore Robert "Bob" Wesley ("The Ultimate Computer")
- Constellation, NCC 1017 under the command of Commodore Matt Decker - the ship was completely destroyed ("The Doomsday Machine")
- Defiant, NCC 1764 - the crew was killed, the ship thrown into another dimension ("The Tholian Web")
Other Starfleet Ships:
Starfleet ship destroyed by Charlie Evans. The Antares was under the command of Captain Ramert, First Officer was Tom Nellis overall the Antares had a crew of 20. She was described as a "Cargo vessel" as well as a "science probe vessel". ("Charlie X")
Officially, there are no mutinies on Starfleet ships. It is possible, however, to count the following incidents as mutiny:
- Spock's actions in"The Menagerie - Part I/Part II"
- The Enterprise crew under Kirk mutinied under the influence of spores ("This Side of Paradise")
- The crew of Captain Garth mutinied when he lost his sanity ("Whom Gods Destroy")
Killed Starfleed Personnell (non Enterprise)
- Because of the M5 incident 12 persons on the Excalibur and 53 on the Lexinton are killed at first. Later, there are much more victims - the Excalibur was completely destroyed and therefore all 430 crewmen killed. ("The Ultimate Computer")
- Charlie destroys the Antares and killes the crew of 20 ("Charlie X")
Killed Enterprise Crew (currently listed: 12 + 10 redshirts = 22
- When the Enterprise leaves the galaxy crossing the barrier claims nine victims. Additionally killed: Dr. Elisabeth Dehner, Lieutenant Commander Gary Mitchell and Lieutenant Lee Kelso. ("Where No Man Has Gone Before")
thereof Redshirts (currently listed: 10)
- nameless redshirt killed by Horta ("The Devil in the Dark")
- four nameless redshirts killed by Nomad ("The Changeling")
- Lt. Galloway (injured by the Kohms, then killed by Captain Tracy) ("The Omega Glory") Crew der Exeter
- Hendorff, Kaplan and Mallory - all killed on Gamma Trianguli VI ("The Apple")
Killed Civilians (currently listed: 7)
- killed by Horta: miner Schmitter, nameless miner ("The Devil in the Dark") [addionally, there are 50 fatalities mentioned killed by Horta - not included in the statistics]
- Dr. Adams, victim of his own invention ("Dagger of the Mind")
- Ambassador Gav (Tellarite), killed by the Orion spy cloaked as an Andorian named Telev; Telev committed suicide after he was disguised. ("The Journey to Babel")
- Lawrence "Larry" Marvick, died after his direct encounter with the Medusian Ambassador, in "Is There in Truths No Beauty?"
- Marta, killed by Garth ("Whom Gods Destroy")
Planets (currently listed: 7 + 3 = 10)
Planets visited by the Enterprise (currently listed: 5)
- Alpha 177 "The Enemy Within"
- Alpha Carinae II [landing party was planned but didn't beam down] ("The Ultimate Computer")
- Delta Vega ("Where No Man Has Gone Before") Attention: Obviously, there are two different planets named "Delta Vega". This one is located near the Gallactic Barrier
- Gamma Trianguli VI ("The Apple")
- Minara II ("The Empath")
- Pollux IV ("Who Mourns for Adonais?")
- Talos IV ("The Menagerie - Part I/Part II")
Planeten mentioned only (currently listed: 3)
Androids can be seen in several episodes such as (currently listed: 1)
- "Return to Tomorrow" - Android bodies are supposed to house Henoch, Sargon and Thalassa but were never used
During her mission the Enterprise discovers several beings with superhuman capabilites (currently listed encounters: 6)
- Thasians ("Charlie X")
- Gary Mitchell and Elisabeth Dehner after being changed by crossing the Galactic Barrier ("Where No Man Has Gone Before")
- Adonais on Pollux IV ("Who Mourns for Adonais?")
- Sargon, Thalassa and Henoch in "Return to Tomorrow"
- The Platonians in "Plato's Stepchildren"
- The Talosians ("The Menagerie - Part I/Part II")
Star Trek is a phenomenon that one can not avoid even if tried. : During the past decades Star Trek was quoted in various other movie and tv productions whereby most hints are directed at the original Series. That is reason enough to put a
list here sorted by years (that will be extended as time goes by):
- Back to the Future
USA, Director: Robert Zemeckis
Marty McFly wants to persuade his SF novel writing father and therefore pretends to be an alien. To do so, he puts his protective suit on, gave his father his first encounter with a walk man and finally he claims to come from a planet called Vulcan. In addition, he shows the Vulcan salute \\//
- Crimson Tide
USA, Director: Tony Scott
The movie takes in place in a submarine. In a dangerous situation, a bridge officer quotes a Star Trek scene between Captain Kirk and Scotty in which Kirk demands full warp drive.
Stargate SG1, Series USA, VI. Season, Episode "Unnatural Selection"
The space ship X-303, the later "Prometheus", hasn't be named yet. O'Neill and Carter are talking about it whereas O'Neill wants to name the ship "Enterprise".
Kill Bill Vol. 1
USA, Director and Script: Quentin Tarantino
At the beginning, Star Trek is quoted with "revenge is a dish best served cold" - old Klingon saying. During the movie itself, a woman's look is compared to the one of a bad guy in Star Trek (although there is no optical basis for that).
Remark: In reality, the saying has it's origins in Italy but here, Star Trek is named as the source explicitly.
USA, Director: Steven Spielberg
Airport employee Officer Torris is a Star Trek fan and visits conventions dressed as Yeoman Rand (!). Later, she accepts a marriage proposal by showing the Vulcan salute first, then turning her hand to show the ring of engagement/marriage. - Funny detail: Zoë Saldaña, playing Officer Torres, will be Uhura in Star Trek XI to be expected in 2008/2008!
Dr. Who, Series GB, IX. Season with Christopher Eccleston as Doctor
Episode "Aliens of London (Part 1)"
Rose answers the question who is an alien specialist with "Mr. Spock".
Stargate SG1, Series USA, X. Season, 2006, Episode "200"
A TOS bridge scene with a short switch to the engineering section was reproduced, "Star li>
- Stargate SG1, Serie USA, X. Season, 2006, Episode "Counterstrike"
Captain Kirk is quoted twice.
- Emergency Room, Serie USA, X. Season, Episode "Lights Out"
A Star Trek convention visitor, masked as a (TNG) Klingon, is brought into the emergency room.
Heroes, Serie USA, I. Season, Episode "Genesis"
Hiro is protrayed as a Star Trek fan and claims to be able to bend time and space. His friend Ando makes fun of him and his Star Trek mania.
Heroes, Serie USA, I. Season, Episode "Unexpected"
Hiro uses the Vulcan Salute and says "I come in peace".