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Babylon 5 Encyclopedia

Echoes of All Our Conversations, Volume 1

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Publication Date: March 14, 2012
Retire Date: May 31, 2013
Retail Price: $69.00
Pages: 344

Fifteen years of "behind the scenes" Babylon 5 history as told by the actors and crew who were there.

Photo of Peter Jurasik as Londo Mollari

THE VOLUME 1 COLLECTION INCLUDES
✔  344-page book of the complete, uncensored transcripts of 24 interviews with the Babylon 5 cast and key crew while Babylon 5 was in production.
✔  44 never-before-seen behind-the-scenes photographs.
✔  Hand-autographed by Peter Jurasik.
✔  A personal message from Peter Jurasik.
✔  Collectible postcard with a Londo quote selected by Peter Jurasik.
✔  Collectible bookmark with a Londo quote selected by Peter Jurasik.
✔ Audio CD interview with Peter Jurasik and Andreas Katsulas recorded between seasons 4 and 5. Note that this interview is NOT in the book.

Page sample showing personal autograph of Peter Jurasik
Each book personally autographed
by Peter Jurasik
Page sample showing personal message from Peter Jurasik
A special note to the fans
written by Peter Jurasik
Postcard with Londo quote selected by Peter Jurasik
Postcard with Londo quote
selected by Peter Jurasik

Bookmark with Londo quote selected by Peter Jurasik
Bookmark with Londo quote
selected by Peter Jurasik
Volume 1 Bonus Audio CD with Peter Jurasik and Andreas Katsulas Interview
BONUS AUDIO CD
with Peter Jurasik and Andreas Katasulas, together, recorded between seasons 4 and 5
A SAMPLING OF WHAT IS REVEALED IN VOLUME 1

  • The part of his contract that Peter Jurasik felt he had to negotiate before he even discussed his salary.
  • Find out why Stage A was called the "opera set," the definition of "wild" when referring to sets and why Sinclair got a "captain's watch" when the show went to series.
  • The joke Michael O'Hare and Pat Tallman snuck into the pilot.
  • Why Warner Bros. said "Don't f--k with G'Kar."
  • The details on the "screaming match in the parking lot" between Andreas Katsulas and the makeup designers.
  • The writer who wrote his script parked in a car in Beverly Hills...for 8 hours a day.
  • Which of the stars enrolled in a real estate course right before their big break.
  • The no-detail-spared description of the holographic games played in the casino in "Survivors."
  • The poem that JMS says is "very important to the tenor of the show."
  • Why Bill Mumy was glad that Lennier was not "Kato to Delenn's Green Hornet."
  • Why Stephen Furst prefers working in TV to film, and why he specifically asked his agent to focus on small-screen roles (much to her surprise).
  • Why the pilot originally ran 25 minutes too long.
  • How the death of Jerry Doyle's 41-year-old dad impacted his life choices.
  • Why it was decided that G'Kar would wear gloves...and it's not because Andreas has "really big hands."
  • The actress who was hoping her character would have a relationship with G'Kar.
  • Why Jerry Doyle never sat in his trailer between scenes.
  • The reason why Mira Furlan would have to look to the left or right when talking to another character...who was standing right in front of her.
  • The situation in Andreas's personal life that made G'Kar's makeup look different.
  • Why G'Kar's makeup did not make Andreas unrelatable.
  • The context in which Peter Jurasik refers to the "sick little mind of J. Michael Straczynski."
  • Who designer John Iacovelli considered the biggest villain on Babylon 5, and it wasn't one of the characters.
  • Claudia's favorite episodes from Season 1, and why.
  • Why Peter Jurasik believed that he would not be returning to the show after season one.
  • The situations in which JMS would tell the crew not to do a "walk-and-talk" scene with the characters.
  • Why the makeup artists on the pilot waited years and years, and then, when they got the green light, only had three weeks to complete the look of the makeup...from scratch.
  • Why the production design team believed it was OK to change the Babylon 5 sets between seasons.
  • Director Jim Johnston's reasoning for always wanting to spend more time in casting...even if he found the perfect actor for a part right away.
  • Why Claudia Christian, after 15 feature films, was totally OK working in television.
  • Why the SF element of Babylon 5 was difficult for Stephen Furst.
  • What the makeup designers would do when everyone else was asleep.
  • How the key makeup folks spent five years designing Delenn, and how they changed the look with only three weeks' notice.
  • How the producers telling the makeup designers to "make anything you want" motivated the team in unexpected ways.
  • The crew member who confessed that he thought Londo's hair was "dumb."
  • Who said, "All the interesting things that happened in that show were all within Sinclair's mind or memory." (Hint: It's not Michael O'Hare.)
  • Which behind-the-scenes crew members got the scripts before the directors.
  • How eskimos living in Los Angeles influenced the approach to the alien costumes.
  • Why director Richard Compton agreed to direct the B5 pilot even though he directed an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation and didn't like the experience.
  • The kind gesture Peter Jurasik made to the makeup artists that most actors will never consider.
  • The promise that Michael O'Hare made to the crew if the show got picked up for a second season.
  • What you would find if, walking through the halls of Babylon 5, you popped off the head of one of the aliens.
  • The situation on the Babylon 5 set that would cause Claudia Christian to scream, "Isn't this glamorous?"
  • What was considered the goal of episodes that had nothing to do with the arc.
  • How actor Andy Griffith made it so that Peter Jurasik had extra time to design Londo with the hair and makeup people.
  • What Jerry Doyle believes is the reason that actors who are more talented than him don't get the jobs.
  • Exposed: The episode Bill Mumy doesn't like that is considered a Babylon 5 classic.
  • Why G'Kar's makeup design contains more foam than normal.
  • How Babylon 5 is more New York than Las Vegas.
  • Why Londo was made to look younger for the series than he was in the pilot.
  • Why Caitlin Brown would confront J. Michael Straczynski and exclaim Na'Toth "wouldn't say that."
  • Why the furnishings in G'Kar's quarters are stone and why there are so many trunks in Londo's quarters.
  • How G'Kar's makeup forced Andreas Katsulas to "stay as human as possible."
  • Why one of the makeup creators compares Star Trek's makeup designs to an M.C. Escher painting.
  • Why Claudia Christian refers to the Babylon 5 set as "the most unhealthy" she's ever worked on.
  • Why the first reading of the pilot script was a total "deja vu" for Andreas Katsulas.
  • The instance where Andreas Katsulas "freaked out" and screamed "that's too old."
  • The scene director Jim Johnston refused to rehearse.
  • Why Peter Jurasik felt he was never really done for the day, even after the director called "wrap."
  • Find out who said, "Actors are not puppets."
  • The different ways Jerry Doyle tried to play Garibaldi.
  • Which character pleased JMS most during the pilot.
  • The importance of "Universe Today" in the pilot.
  • The one piece of criticism about the pilot the producers took the most seriously.
  • Which prosthetic made Andreas Katsulas feel like the Pillsbury Dough Boy.
  • How Cheers and Seinfeld gave Jerry Doyle perspective about Babylon 5.
  • Why Claudia Christian was shocked to find out that Ivanova was Russian.
  • The situation in which Harlan Ellison told one of the writers "break our hearts."
  • The thing that really drove Claudia Christian "crazy" on the set.
  • Why not having a big budget is often more fun.
  • How director James Cameron influenced the design of G'Kar's makeup.
  • Why the producers of Alien Nation asked Andreas Katsulas to wear earplugs, off the set, when he wasn't in make-up.
  • Who said, "There's an alarming lack of imagination in this town known for its creativity."
  • What Bill Mumy considered the hardest part of playing Lennier...and it was not the 3+ hours in make-up.
  • Why Jerry Doyle and Peter Jurasik might not see each other on the set for two months while filming Babylon 5.
  • Details: Caitlin Brown's complete backstory for Na'Toth.
  • The quirky movement used by Soul Hunter Morgan Sheppard that would make you think he was on wheels.
  • What director Jim Johnston would do when Mira Furlan's makeup would pull away from the sides of her face because the lights were melting the adhesive.
  • The aspects of the pilot that J. Michael Straczynski did NOT want changed in any way.
  • How The Empire Strikes Back influenced the makeup department to NOT do something.
  • The one character in the pilot whose makeup JMS did not like.
  • The actor who insisted the makeup department redo their character's prosthetics over and over and over again.
  • The character Claudia Christian played that was "a lot snippier than Ivanova."
  • Why Deathwalker was female, and why writer Larry DiTillio put a lot of women in his scripts.
  • Why Jerry Doyle and Peter Jurasik would just say, "Do whatever you want to" to each other before a scene.
  • Why Doug's Dugout was created and what it really symbolized.
  • The reason Peter Jurasik believed that it was important for the look of a character to change.
  • How Bill Mumy came to rely on Huckleberry Finn and the TV show Kung Fu to fill out his perspective of Lennier.
  • The original story to "Survivors," and how it was massively changed from first draft to production...and the door left open in Marc Scott Zicree's script that was closed in the version that aired.
  • The genesis of Londo Mollari's accent, and how Woody Allen influenced it.
  • How the talking cat from the movie Hocus Pocus influenced the B5 makeup creators.
  • How Jerry Doyle's Wall Street background influenced his acting...and why acting is "like a vacation."
  • Why Andreas could watch the dailies of his performance of G'Kar when he couldn't stand to watch any other parts he had played.
  • Why Andreas Katsulas would refer to G'Kar as the "J. R. Ewing/Captain Hook of Space."
  • The one job Andreas Katsulas has his heart set on when he was a kid.
  • The look that made Peter Jurasik's wife's heart stop.
  • Why Babylon 5 audiences never got to hear Londo say, "It doesn't matter whether you win or lose; what matters is the nobility in the struggle rather than the success."
  • Andreas Katsulas's reaction the first time he popped in his contact lenses.
  • The one quality every actor had to have to be cast by Janet Greek, even more important to her than how well they could act.
  • What Andreas Katsulas loved that Pat Tallman said would have made her crazy.
  • How the phrase "Hey, isn't that the guy from Gremlins?" would haunt the makeup designers.
  • Why Andreas Katsulas didn't think Babylon 5 was going to be anything significant when he auditioned for G'Kar.
  • How Bruce Willis indirectly helped Jerry Doyle get his first role.
  • In what circumstances Andreas Katsulas said he could never play G'Kar.
  • Andreas's all-or-nothing proposition to play G'Kar for the entire series.
  • How Bill Mumy found Babylon 5 similar to shooting Papillon with Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman.
  • Which character the makeup department considered the most full of "crazy, harebrained ideas" and why the costume weighed over 40 pounds.
  • Why JMS did not like the delay from pilot to series but believed, in the end, it helped the show.
  • How Peter Jurasik and Stephen Furst were friends long before Babylon 5.
  • Why writing even one line of dialogue for Kosh was a "difficult job."
  • Why Peter Jurasik thanked J. Michael Straczynski for the episode "Born to the Purple."
  • The truth about the Grey Council...well, the chamber, anyway.
  • What the entire Babylon 5 crew would do each time G'Kar had a scene.
  • How Andreas Katsulas's personality was completely different as G'Kar, according to Claudia Christian.
  • The person who really "hated" the way Delenn looked and called her "ugly."
  • How the most unlikely person on the crew wanted to play Delenn, the one thing that stopped that from happening (other than the casting of Mira Furlan)...and the Minibari he did end up playing.
  • Why Stephen Furst wants to be a combination of Clint Eastwood and Woody Allen.
  • Why Delenn's original contact lenses were the color blue.
  • Why Pat Tallman considers Lyta a "Spock-like" character.
  • An entire storyline that was cut from "Born to the Purple."
  • The character whose chin was cut off between the pilot and the series...and why the actor was so happy it was gone.
  • The unusual question costume designer Catherine Adair asked before she started designing the costumes.
  • Why the Earth Alliance costumes had to be comfortable...having little to do with the actors' actual comfort.
  • Why direct Janet Greek never "pulled Andreas back."
  • Revealed: the inside jokes hidden on the Babylon 5 sets.
  • The one thing that happened with the Babylon 5 cast that Andreas had never seen before.
  • Why director Jim Johnston tried to stay away from the colors red and orange.
  • Why the sets started as 3-walls but evolved to include 4-walls...and why this was a joy for some of the crew.
  • The cast member who auditioned with a 103-degree temperature and doesn't remember a thing about it.
  • How the Babylon 5 stages were a "shell game."
  • Which sets were expanded after the pilot and why.
  • Claudia Christian reveals why she played Ivanova as "militaristic and uptight" in the first few episodes.
  • Director Richard Compton's uncensored criticism of Babylon 5...discussed after he left the show.
  • The episodes which were originally titled "Raiding Party," "The Resurrectionist" and "Trick of the Mind."
  • Why Peter Jurasik repeated Garibaldi's name over and over as he developed Londo.
  • The reason why 15th century Venice, Italy figured so prominently into the vision for the costumes on the show.
  • Why the episode "Believers" was held back after it was shot.
  • What Harlan Ellison meant when he told a B5 writer to "put a spike in it."
  • Why "Deathwalker" is Caitlin Brown's favorite episode.
  • Why production designer John Iacovelli described the sets as Tinkertoys.
  • The actor who thought his character was "one dimensional" in the pilot.
  • The no-holds-barred interview with Caitlin Brown (Na'Toth) after she left the show...and why she couldn't go back after Season 1.
  • Who took acting classes with Bob Dylan and Harvey Keitel.
  • How Jerry Doyle sees acting as a "party he's crashing," and what one quality he believes will get you the part more than talent, every time.
  • JMS's rules for alien design.
  • Details of the unfilmed fight scene between Na'Toth and Deathwalker.
  • Na'Toth as Ivanova? Yes! Caitlin Brown talks about auditioning for that part too.
  • The person who thought that Ivanova's line "I have to go to the bathroom" was "the least favorite of any ever written by J. Michael Straczynski."
TABLE OF CONTENTS FOR VOLUME 1

  • Peter Jurasik - Londo Mollari (15 Jan 1993)
  • J. Michael Straczynski - Writer/Co-Executive Producer (21 Dec 1992)
  • Jerry Doyle - Michael Garibaldi (18 Jan 1993)
  • Catherine Adair - Costume Designer (20 Jan 1993)
  • Andreas Katsulas - G'Kar (21 Jan 1993)
  • Greg Aronowitz & Rob Sherwood - Makeup (27 Jan 1993)
  • Patricia Tallman - Lyta Alexander (29 Jan 1993)
  • Richard Compton - Director (2 Feb 1993)
  • J. Michael Straczynski - Creator/Executive Producer (7 Dec 1993)
  • Jerry Doyle - Michael Garibaldi (7 Dec 1993)
  • Everett Burrell - Makeup Effects Creator (7 Dec 1993)
  • Stephen Furst - Vir Cotto (14 Feb 1994)
  • W. Morgan Sheppard - Soul Hunter (20 Feb 1994)
  • John Iacovelli - Production Designer (14 Mar 1994)
  • Andrea Thompson - Talia Winters (15 Mar 1994)
  • Richard Compton - Director/Co-producer (16 Mar 1994)
  • David Gerrold - Writer (circa 29 Apr 1994)
  • Marc Scott Zicree - Writer (28 June 1994)
  • Claudia Christian - Susan Ivanova (13 July 1994)
  • Caitlin Brown - Na'Toth (22 July 1994)
  • Peter Jurasik - Londo Mollari (26 July 1994)
  • Bill Mumy - Lennier (28 July 1994)
  • Jim Johnston - Director (4 Aug 1994)
  • Bruce Boxleitner - John Sheridan (5 Aug 1994)
  • Julia Nickson - Catherine Sakai (5 Aug 1994)
  • Janet Greek - Director (6 Aug 1994)
  • Lawrence G. DiTillio - Executive Story Editor (16 & 19 Aug 1994)
VOLUME 1 EXCERPTS

CLAUDIA CHRISTIAN EXCERPT - PAGE 1
Claudia Christian Interview Excerpt 1

CLAUDIA CHRISTIAN EXCERPT - PAGE 2
Claudia Christian Interview Excerpt 2

BRUCE BOXLEITNER EXCERPT - PAGE 1
Bruce Boxleitner Interview Excerpt 1

BRUCE BOXLEITNER EXCERPT - PAGE 2
Bruce Boxleitner Interview Excerpt 2

BILL MUMY EXCERPT - PAGE 1
Bill Mumy Interview Excerpt 1

BILL MUMY EXCERPT - PAGE 2
Bill Mumy Interview Excerpt 2

LARRY DITILLIO EXCERPT - PAGE 1
Larry DiTillio Interview Excerpt 1

LARRY DITILLIO EXCERPT - PAGE 2
Larry DiTillio Interview Excerpt 2

LARRY DITILLIO EXCERPT - PAGE 3
Larry DiTillio Interview Excerpt 3

PHOTO EXCERPT #1
Photo Excerpt of Michael O'Hare

PHOTO EXCERPT #2
Photo Excerpt of Julie Caitlin Brown

Index

20th Century Fox – page 224

Abbai – page 298

Abbut – page 300

ABC – pages 15, 196

Academy Award – page 105

Acapulco – page 260

Adair, Catherine – pages 31-37, 62

Adams, Mary Kay – page 335

Addison, David – pages 25-26

Advisory Council (B5) – page 222

Africa – page 39

Air and Space Museum – page 134

Alexander, Lyta – pages 16, 56, 68, 71-73, 86, 130

Aling, Ann Bruice – pages 124, 221, 224

Allen, Woody – pages 5, 114

Amiga – page 97

Amityville – page 262

"And the Sky Full of Stars" – pages 147, 296

Anderson, Gerry – page 167

Anderson, Michael J. – page 322

Anderson, Poul – page 337

Aristophanes – pages 21, 87

Aronowitz, Greg – pages 47-69

Asia – page 326

Australia – pages 39, 80

Avon – page 334

Axlerod, Elliot – page 110

Babcom – page 342

"Babylon Squared" – pages 1, 183, 234, 248, 251, 253, 270, 281, 305, 313, 322, 329-331

Babylonian Productions – pages 1, 83, 189, 202, 255

Bach, Johann Sebastian – page 208

Bad Lieutenant – page 119

Bajoran – page 298

Baker, Rick – page 104

Barbie doll – page 68

Barney – page 134

Batman – page 228

Battlestar Galactica – pages 12, 15, 105

Beavis and Butt-head – page 88

Bedouin – page 32

"Believers" – pages 153, 156-157, 159-161, 163, 286, 301-302

Belker, Mick – page 15

Belushi, John – page 109

Ben Zayn, Ari – pages 321-322, 332

Berg, Steve – pages 52-53, 100, 103

Berlin Philharmonic Film Orchestra – page 87

Berman, Rick – page 159

Berrenger's – page 182

Bester, Alfred – pages 294, 321, 340

Beswick, Martine – pages 332-333

Beta 9 – page 287

Beverly Hills – page 175

Biggs, Richard – pages 156, 331

Bikel, Theodore – pages 177, 183, 306-307, 316

Blacke's Magic – page 182

Blade Runner – pages 120, 126, 255

Blake's 7 – page 334

Blish, James – pages 298, 337

Borg – page 336

Borgia, Lucretia – page 298

"Born to the Purple" – pages 109, 211-212, 280, 286, 289-292, 337

Boxleitner, Bruce – pages 145, 177, 235, 254-257, 276, 333-334

Boyer, Katy – page 311

Bozo the Clown – page 8

Brando, Marlon – page 324

Brazil – page 126

Broadway – pages 57, 187, 190-192, 197

Brook, Peter – pages 39, 42, 118

Brooks, Avery – pages 192, 262-263

Brooks, Mel – page 117

Brown, Julie Caitlin – pages 141-142, 183, 187-202, 222, 245, 247, 292, 325, 334-335

Bruton, Macaulay – page 89

Brynner, Yul – page 110

Buck Rogers – page 237

Buena Vista – page 50

Buntz, Norman – page 15

Burch, Scott – page 108

Burg, Steve – pages 60-61

Burrell, Everett – pages 97-106, 207, 224

"By Any Means Necessary" – pages 3, 216, 242, 244, 247, 295, 309, 311, 340

Caine (Kung Fu) – page 225

Calder-Braniff airplane – page 63

Caliban – pages 315-316, 318, 336

California – page 39

Cameron, James – pages 17, 52

Canada – page 207

Candy, John – pages 114, 140

Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future – pages 11, 168, 281, 284, 297

Carnegie Mellon – page 71

Carradine, David – page 80

Carren, David – page 167

Carroll, Larry – page 167

Cartwright, Angela – pages 230-231

Casablanca – page 25

"Cassandra" (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) – page 262

CBS – page 338

Centauri – pages 16, 36, 50, 82, 103, 134, 205-206, 209-213, 217, 288-290, 293-294, 299, 304, 313, 342

Centauri Prime – page 210

CFQ – pages 23, 33, 55

CGI – pages 12, 28, 79, 86, 218, 238-239, 243, 269, 274, 284, 293, 319-320, 324, 328, 331, 338, 340

Chambers, Johnny – page 224

Chapman crane – page 109

Cheryl – page 255

Chicago, Illinois – page 43

China – pages 207, 262

Christian, Claudia – pages 115, 137, 169, 177-185, 214, 257, 306-307, 311, 315-316, 327, 339

"Chrysalis" – pages 191, 210, 219-220, 226, 229-230, 271, 276-277, 326, 329, 333-334

Cimino, Michael – page 40

Cinefantastique – page 23

Cities in Flight – page 298

City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold – page 104

Clinton, Bill – page 18

Columbia Films – page 178

Combs, Jeffrey – pages 284, 294, 322, 336

Come See the Paradise – page 18

Communion – page 106

Compton, Richard – pages 7-8, 23-24, 27-28, 31, 42, 66, 73, 75-81, 85, 146-155, 237, 288

Conaway, Jeff – page 182

Connally, Neeoma – pages 309, 311

"Conscience of the King, The" (Star Trek) – page 298

Copeland, John – pages 104, 129, 168, 237, 239 242, 245, 255, 313, 315, 322, 327

Corman, Roger – page 147

Cornwallis, Charles – page 123

Costa, Cosie – page 300

Costner, Kevin – page 110

Cotto, Vir – pages 109, 113, 209, 212-213, 218

Courtney, James Jude – page 318

Cremin, Kevin G. – page 297

Criswell, John – pages 47-48, 50-51, 60, 63, 187

Criswell Productions – pages 6, 34, 46-69, 100, 207-208

Culp, Robert – page 332

Curtis, Tony – page 10

Cutter – page 305

Cylons – page 15

Dagool – page 304

Dark Star – page 134

Darth Vader – page 65

David, Peter – pages 231-232

Davis, Jason – page 2

De Niro, Robert – page 41

"Deathwalker" – pages 83, 91, 97, 198-199, 214, 228-229, 286, 297-299, 302, 305, 321, 332-333, 337

DeFilipps, Kurt – pages 2-4, 22, 38, 108, 280, 307

Delenn – pages 50, 59-61, 97-101, 103, 133-134, 151, 163, 171, 197, 210, 213-214, 220, 226, 242-244, 248, 274, 284, 298-299, 302, 330, 334, 341

Delirious – page 140

Delvientos, Eduardo – page 309

"Demon on the Run" – pages 335-336

"Demon With a Glass Hand" (Outer Limits) – page 332

Desperado – page 155

Deuce – pages 319-320

Digi-View – page 97

Disney – page 231

"Distant Star, A" – page 340

DiTillio, Lawrence G. – pages 158, 160, 168, 173, 175, 272, 280-306, 309-342

Donaldson, Tom – page 305

"Doomsday Machine, The" (Star Trek) – page 147

Doug's Dugout – pages 90, 128, 133

Douglas, Sarah – pages 199, 298, 333

DownBelow – pages 128, 132-133, 241, 340

Doyle, Arthur Conan – page 73

Doyle, Jerry – pages 6-7, 22-29, 89-95, 150, 166, 169, 172, 179, 203, 212, 214, 216, 229, 233, 246, 250-251, 257, 291, 303-305, 324, 343

Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde – page 333

Dr. Pepper – page 236

Draal – pages 204, 275-276, 279, 328-329

Drazi – pages 317, 326

Dread Youth – page 297

Drennan, Kathryn – pages 283, 310

Drexel – page 25

Duane, Diane – page 164

Dylan, Bob – page 138

Eastwood, Clint – pages 110, 114

Easy Rider – page 148

Edgars-Garibaldi, Lise – page 329

Edwards, Blake – page 40

Edwin (makeup) – page 63

Einstein, Albert – page 21

Elfquest – page 338

Ellison, Harlan – pages 14, 84, 134, 158-160, 285, 298, 317, 319, 335, 337

Emmy Award – pages 189, 197, 207, 245

Energizer Bunnies – page 91

England – pages 18, 34, 118-119, 122-123, 220

"Enterprise Incident, The" (Star Trek) – page 147

Enterprise, USS – page 311

Epsilon 3 – pages 327-328

Equalizer, The – pages 151, 237

Escher, M. C. – page 100

Eskimo – page 32

Ewing, J. R. – page 41

"Eyes" – pages 137, 147, 177, 229, 233, 283, 286, 294, 297, 321-322, 329, 331-332, 335

Fairchild, Morgan – page 117

Falcon Crest – page 199

"Fall of Night, The" – page 1

Fantastic Four, The (1994 film) – page 104

FCC – page 94

Federation – pages 15, 302

Ferrari, Abel – page 119

Filmation – page 281

Finn, Huckleberry – page 225

Fleck, John – page 146

Flinn, John C., III – pages 121, 131, 156, 184, 233, 238, 246, 255, 268, 272, 297, 306-307, 316, 319, 343

Fonda, Peter – page 149

Fontana, D.C. – pages 14, 84, 159, 169, 283, 286, 294-295, 325, 338, 340

Ford, Harrison – pages 26, 43

Forever Night – page 167

Foster, Jodie – page 231

Foundation (book series) – page 11

Foundation Imaging – pages 127-128, 269-270

Franke, Christopher – page 87

Franklin, Benjamin – page 123

Franklin, Stephen – pages 134, 159-160, 292, 302, 331

Frederick – page 117

Fugitive, The – pages 43-44

Funk, Greg – pages 107, 208

Furillo, Frank – page 15

Furlan, Mira – pages 28, 46, 60, 101-102, 115, 141, 204, 226, 241-243, 253, 275, 279, 330

Furst, Stephen – pages 108-115, 209

Future Quest – page 136

G'Kar – pages 16, 39-40, 42-44, 50-53, 55-57, 59, 64, 67-68, 78, 84, 99-101, 103, 127, 133-135, 141, 171, 183, 191, 194-196, 198, 205, 210-211, 216-217, 220, 247-249, 263-264, 288, 292-295, 298-299, 302, 304, 310, 325, 334-335, 340

Gaiman, Neil – page 338

Gajic, Aldous – pages 318-319

Garfunkel, Art – page 34

Garibaldi, Michael – pages 6, 23-25, 27, 89, 91-92, 95, 131, 133, 150, 162, 168-174, 179, 210, 213, 216, 220, 229-230, 246, 251-252, 256-257, 284, 287, 289, 294, 299, 303-305, 318, 323-324, 326, 330, 334, 336, 340

Gash – page 317

Gathering, The – pages 1, 5, 8, 11, 23, 31, 39, 47, 71, 75, 146, 326

Genghis Khan – page 266

"Geometry of Shadows" – pages 320, 340

Gere, Richard – page 178

Gerrold, David – pages 14, 84, 157-165, 283, 286, 301, 302

Gettysburg – pages 118, 120

Golas III – page 290

Gomez, Lisa – page 90

Gordin, Eyal – page 156

Gottfried, Gilbert – pages 299-300

Graham, Gerrit – pages 217, 273

"Grail" – pages 178, 217, 228-229, 318-321

Gray, Harriman – pages 294, 322, 336

Greek, Janet – pages 85, 184, 267-279, 288-289, 296, 340

Green, Bruce Seth – pages 85, 293, 297, 325

Green Hornet – page 226

Gremlins – page 64

Grey, Billy – page 231

Griffith, Andy – page 58

"Gropos" – pages 339, 341

Gunsmoke – page 118

Gyor – pages 317-318

Hackman, Gene – page 162

Hallmark – page 152

Hamill, Mark – page 335

Happy Daze – page 133

Hardie, Chris – page 289

Harris, Ed – page 118

Harry's Hong Kong – page 261

Hartman, Lisa – page 9

Hawaii – pages 199, 259-260, 265

Heathrow Airport – page 126

Henson Creature Factory – page 17

Hercules: The Legendary Journeys – page 320

Hexed – page 178

Hill Street Blues – pages 5, 8-9, 12, 15, 128, 209

Hitchcock, Alfred – page 310

Hitchhiker, The – page 281

Hitler, Adolf – page 298

Hocus Pocus – page 99

Hoffman, Dustin – pages 28, 110, 225

Hollywood – pages 50, 52, 68, 110, 122-123, 138, 157, 182

Holm, Celeste – page 162

Homeguard – page 170

Honolulu – page 261

Hopkins, Anthony – page 118

Hopper, Dennis – page 148

Hounds of the Hood – page 111

Howard, Ron – page 231

Hunt, Linda – page 183

Hurley, Maurice – page 159

Hutton, Timothy – page 98

Iacovelli, John – pages 31-32, 124-136, 169, 241

identicard – page 73

In the Beginning – pages 63, 65, 75, 77, 154, 183, 261, 296

India – page 255

Indiana University – page 39

"Infection" – pages 117, 153-154, 292

Iran – page 39

Ironheart, Jason – pages 293, 321

IRS – page 94

Island of the Snake People – page 147

ISN – pages 19-20, 53, 64, 75, 77, 86-87, 95, 103, 126-127, 148, 151, 155, 162-163, 172, 180, 206, 210, 213, 265, 269-270, 299, 312, 328, 333, 341

isolab – page 134

Italy – page 220

Ivanova, Susan – pages 126, 131, 134-135, 171, 173, 177-179, 183-185, 193, 256-257, 275, 284, 294, 301-302, 311-312, 314-317, 322, 324-325, 328, 330, 334, 336-337, 339

Jamaica – page 225

Japan – page 18

Jenerators – page 232

Jinxo – pages 318-319

Johnston, Jim – pages 85, 121, 185, 212, 233, 235-253, 288-289, 295, 297, 310-311, 314, 316, 321-322, 324, 340

Johnston, Joe – page 52

Jones, Tommy Lee – page 43

Jurasik, Peter – pages 4-10, 16, 26, 38, 46, 56-57, 101, 107-108, 112, 115, 137, 154, 183, 198, 204-221, 245-246, 256, 284, 292, 313, 332, 337

Jurassic Park – page 98

Justman, Bob – page 159

Kajada, Ty – page 192

Karloff, Boris – page 147

Kato – page 226

Katsulas, Andreas – pages 7, 16, 27, 38-44, 51, 53-54, 58, 60, 68, 70, 73, 99-102, 112, 137, 141, 150, 179, 183, 188-189, 193, 195, 197, 199, 202, 215, 222, 247, 264, 271, 284, 325

Kawasaki – pages 233, 323-324

Keffer, Warren – page 340

Keitel, Harvey – page 138

Kellerman, Susan – page 142

Kemmer, Lianna – pages 170-171, 173-174, 252, 303-305

Kenobi, Obi-Wan – page 265

Kentucky – page 109

Kilmer, Val – page 110

Kimchee and Chitlins – page 266

Kingston, Jamaica – page 225

Kiro – pages 217, 273

Klingon – pages 17, 100, 119

Knight One – page 296

Knight Rider – pages 283, 338

Knight Two – pages 269, 296

Knightriders – page 71

Ko'Dath – pages 141-142, 191, 292

Koenig, Walter – pages 86, 230, 294, 332

Kolbe, Winrich – page 289

Kosh – pages 17, 34, 50, 61-63, 65, 162-163, 285, 299-300, 302

Koslov, Yossel – pages 177, 306, 316

Kowalski, Peter B. – page 156

Kristen, Marta – page 230

Kumatay – page 317

Kung Fu – pages 225, 302

Kung Fu: The Legend Continues – page 80

Kyle, Benjamin – page 18

LaBelle, Patti – page 8

Ladira – page 273

Landis, John – page 109

Lao-Tsu – page 21

Las Vegas – page 126

"Laser-Mirror-Starweb" – page 301

Last of the Mohicans – page 119

Last Starfighter, The – page 12

Laura – page 266

Laurie Samuels Story, The – page 9

Leachman, Cloris – page 9

League of Non-Aligned Worlds – pages 298, 329

"Learning Curve" – page 87

Lee, Stephen – pages 156-157

"Legacies" – pages 187, 194-195, 205, 286, 325-326

Lego – page 125

Lenard, Mark – page 332

Lennier – pages 218, 223-226, 228-230, 284, 298, 323-324

Lensman – page 11

Leviathan – page 52

Lewin, Bob – page 159

Limburger the fish – page 122

Linden, Hal – page 182

Lockhart, June – pages 230, 332

"Long Dark, The" – page 340

Los Angeles – pages 32, 40, 76, 126, 162, 168, 182, 213, 260

Los Con – page 168

Lowens, Curt – page 204

Loy, Myrna – page 181

Lucas, George – page 17

Lynch, David – pages 118-119

Mac (computer) – page 87

Macbeth – page 188

MacGyver – page 338

Madalone, Dennis – page 74

Magnum – pages 259-260

Maharajah – page 255

Mandella, Nelson – page 21

Mann & Machine – pages 34-35

Mann, Michael – pages 119, 236

Mars Colony – pages 314, 329

Mars Rebellion – pages 286, 321, 329

Martin, Gregory – pages 321, 323, 332

Marvel Comics – page 227

Marx, Christy – pages 283, 319

Masada – page 119

Matlock – page 58

Max Headroom – pages 40, 117, 120-122, 240, 267, 271

McCallum, David – pages 230, 292

McCartney, Paul – page 231

McCluhan, Marshall – page 237

McCoy, Leonard – page 302

McDonalds – page 69

McDowall, Roddy – page 231

McKinney, Greg – pages 90, 318

McLane, Haley – page 253

McQueen, Steve – page 225

medlab – page 299

Melrose Place – page 113

Mendell, Ron – page 62

Mengele, Josef – page 297

Meyer, Nicholas – page 120

Miami Vice – pages 236-237

"Midnight in the Sunken Cathedral" – page 335

"Midnight on the Firing Line" – pages 83, 91, 97, 154, 210, 238, 287-288

Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers – page 228

Minbar – page 326

Minbari – pages 50-51, 60-61, 128, 178, 210, 222-223, 226, 245, 248, 270-271, 287, 296, 326, 329, 333

"Mind War" – pages 144, 293-294, 305

Mollari, Londo – pages 5-7, 16, 26-27, 50, 56-57, 59, 101, 103, 107, 133-134, 171-174, 193, 205-219, 229, 247, 256, 287-289, 291-293, 295, 298-299, 302, 304, 310, 313, 327-328, 334, 337, 340

Monroe, Marilyn – page 21

Montreal, Canada – page 255

Moon Over Miami – page 141

Moonlighting – page 25

Morden – pages 217, 273-274, 313

Morrow-Heus Productions – page 152

Morse, Mary Kay – pages 90, 108, 156, 306

Motown – page 8

MTM – page 209

Mumy, Bill – pages 102, 218, 222-233, 284, 324, 332

Murphy Brown – pages 191, 201, 335

Muta-Do – page 308

Mutai – pages 308, 316-317, 336

n'grath – pages 133-134, 242-243, 248

Na'Toth – pages 141-142, 187-188, 190-191, 194-195, 198-200, 245, 247, 249, 292, 299, 311, 316, 325, 334-335, 341

Nancy – page 207

Narn – pages 50-51, 67, 127, 189, 193, 195, 205, 210-211, 288, 292-294, 299, 311, 334-335

Nazzaro, Joe – pages 1, 86

NBC – pages 164, 182

Neame, Christopher – pages 268-270, 296

Nebraska – page 119

Needful Things – page 118

Nero – page 246

Netter, Douglas – pages 25, 31, 46, 75, 77, 102, 129, 152, 168, 223, 237, 239, 255, 284, 313-314, 319, 322

Neuman, Paul – page 138

New York – pages 26, 71, 75-76, 126, 138-141, 172, 187, 197, 236-237, 252, 266, 300

Newhart – page 319

Newsweek – page 109

NewTek – page 97

NFL – page 119

Nicholson, Jack – pages 26, 148-149

Nickelodeon – page 231

Nickson, Julia – pages 247, 258-266, 293

Nigeria – page 18

Nissan – page 104

Niven, Larry – page 18

North Carolina – page 57

Northern Exposure – page 85

Nouri, Michael – page 34

Nova – page 136

Number One – pages 11, 14, 20

NYPD Blue – pages 283, 312

O'Hare, Michael – pages 7, 25-26, 46, 144, 149, 177, 180, 197, 222, 247, 263, 265, 276, 306, 344

O'Neil, Tricia – page 157

Odo – page 41

Olster, Fredi – page 273

Ombuds – pages 319, 332

One West Waikiki – page 265

Onteen – page 301

Optic Nerve – pages 97, 197, 207, 224

Orco – page 301

Pacific northwest – page 136

Pacino, Al – page 28

pak'ma'ra – page 326

Papillon – page 225

Paramount – pages 71, 164, 189, 196

Paris, France – page 40

"Parliament of Dreams, The" – pages 82, 115, 190, 198-199, 212, 226, 228, 244-245, 248, 292-293, 205

PBS – page 136

Perkins, Anthony – page 118

Perry Mason – page 231

"Phoenix Rising" – page 2

Picard, Jean-Luc – page 172

Pillsbury Dough Boy – page 41

Pini, Wendy – page 338

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – page 71

Planet of the Apes – page 224

"Points of Departure" – pages 177, 187, 205, 223, 235, 255, 259, 267, 277, 281, 333, 340

Polaroid – page 41

Pollack, Bernie – page 28

PRI – page 317

Prime Directive – page 302

Prisoner, The – pages 296, 314

Psi Corps – pages 73, 86, 142, 293-294

PTEN – page 80

"Quality of Mercy, The" – pages 218, 226, 229, 309, 331-332

QVC – page 19

"Race Through Dark Places, A" – page 340

Radulovic, John – pages 66, 156, 307

Ragesh III – page 321

Raimi, Sam – page 320

Raines, Claude – page 25

Ralph (makeup) – page 53

Rambo – pages 259-261

Redford, Robert – page 28

Reeves, J. Michael – page 164

Reg, Blank – page 122

Ren and Stimpy – page 230

Renko, Andrew – page 15

"Resurrectionist, The" – page 331

"Reunion" (Tales from the Darkside) – pages 309, 340

Revill, Clive – pages 280, 290

Rifkin, Alan – page 181

Ritter, John – page 111

Roberts, Julia – page 182

Robin Hood: Men in Tights – page 104

Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves – page 123

Robinson, William – page 226

Rocketeer, The – page 65

Rocky – page 88

Roddenberry, Gene – pages 147, 159-160, 163-165

Rogers, Buck – page 237

Romero, George – page 71

Romulan – pages 17, 42

Rosalind – page 117

Roseanne – page 200

Rotunda – page 128

Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) – page 117

Rusler, Robert – pages 334, 340

Ryan, Mitchell – page 122

SAG – pages 25, 247

Sakai, Catherine – pages 258-259, 263, 293

samovar – pages 135, 315

San Diego – page 85

San Francisco – page 187

San Quentin – page 207

Sanderson, William – pages 319-320

Sandman – page 338

Santa Clarita – pages 87, 129

Sarek – page 332

Satan – page 301

Savini, Tom – page 72

Schindler, Peter – page 104

Scorsese, Martin – page 119

seaQuest DSV – pages 29, 86, 127-128, 140

Segal, George – page 117

Seinfeld – page 94

Sekka, Johnny – pages 18, 28, 39, 93

Sellier, Charles – page 155

Serling, Rod – page 167

Shah of Iran – page 39

Shakespeare, William – pages 117-120

Shearer, Hannah Louise – pages 283, 301, 338

Sheppard, W. Morgan – pages 116-123, 240-244, 287

Sheridan, Jim – page 119

Sheridan, John – pages 1, 177, 255-257, 276-277, 294, 312, 330, 336, 339-340

Sherwood, Rob – pages 47-69

Shimerman, Armin – page 208

Shiraz, Iran – page 39

shiva – pages 179, 306, 315

Shogun – page 119

Shooter, Jim – page 227

Showtime – page 167

Sicilian, The – page 40

Sid the Snitch – pages 5, 8

Sidekicks – page 262

Sigma 957 – page 294

"Signs and Portents" – pages 83, 217, 272, 305, 313

Simpsons, The – page 228

Sinclair, Jeffrey – pages 21, 42, 59, 92, 95, 100, 126, 130-131, 133-134, 171-173, 200, 217, 242, 247-248, 250-251, 256, 268, 270-271, 274-275, 284, 288, 293-299, 304, 311-312, 321-324, 328, 330-331, 333-334, 339-341

Singapore – page 259

Sirag, Scott – pages 62, 68-69

Slater, Mary Jo – pages 142, 188, 193

"Sleeping in Light" – page 1

Sluggo (Nancy comics) – page 207

Smith (Lost in Space) – pages 224, 229

Smith, Walker – pages 90, 315, 318

Snyder, Jon – page 242

Soderbergh, Steven – page 118

Soul, David – page 261

"Soul Hunter" – pages 116-117, 121, 169, 237-238, 240, 242-244, 248, 287-288

Space Invaders – pages 47, 50

Space Precinct – page 167

Space Rangers – pages 29, 181, 183

Spain – page 12

"Spider in the Web" – pages 281, 296, 309, 339

Spielberg, Steven – pages 17, 29

Spock – pages 73, 177

St. Louis, Missouri – page 39

Stallone, Sylvester – page 260

Star Trek – pages 9, 11-12, 14, 17-18, 29, 32-33, 40-44, 51, 54, 61, 65, 72, 74-77, 87, 100, 105, 112, 119-121, 125-126, 131, 135, 140, 147, 155, 158-160, 163-164, 172, 176, 189, 192-193, 196, 201, 206, 237, 255, 262, 266, 283, 289, 295, 298, 301, 311-312, 318, 325, 333, 338-339

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – pages 17, 29, 41, 76, 100, 125, 127, 140, 189, 192, 199, 208, 262, 266, 298, 342

Star Trek: The Next Generation – pages 33, 42, 51, 72, 74-75, 100, 125, 155, 159, 163-164, 175, 189, 193, 333, 338

Starburst (magazine) – pages 208, 215

"Starship Mine" (Star Trek: The Next Generation) – page 74

Steadicam – page 251

Stewart, Patrick – pages 121, 192, 206

Stiers, David Ogden – pages 9, 123

Straczynski, J. Michael – pages 1-2, 6-7, 11-21, 24, 31-32, 37, 43, 46, 50, 72-73, 75, 80, 82-89, 99, 101, 115-116, 127, 142, 144, 149, 167-168, 191, 194, 198, 205, 208-211, 223, 225, 230, 235, 237, 257-258, 271, 273, 281, 315, 322, 327, 331, 339

Stratton, Albert – page 253

Streep, Meryl – page 199

Stribling, Rick – page 233

Stroud, Don – pages 315-316

Sun Valley, California – pages 181, 219

Super Mario Brothers – page 265

"Survivors" – pages 166, 172, 174, 216, 244, 250, 303-305, 310

Suskin, Mitch – page 238

Sussman, Janet – page 117

Takashima, Laurel – page 18

Tallman, Patricia – pages 1-2, 70-74, 138, 146, 162

"Taste of Armageddon, A" – page 158

Teague, Marshall – page 154

Teck-Oh, Soon – page 308

telepath – pages 16, 86, 142, 162, 284, 294, 300, 322-323, 325, 341

Tennyson, Alfred – page 21

Tharg – pages 156-157

Thomas, Elaine – page 303

Thomas Guide – page 204

Thompson, Andrea – pages 137-145

Thornton, Ron – pages 12, 50, 52, 63, 68, 103, 132, 238

Three-card Monte – page 241

Time – page 109

Time Trax – pages 29, 76, 79-80

"TKO" – pages 90, 109, 117, 128, 133, 167, 177, 183-184, 286, 297, 306-308, 314-316, 327, 331, 341, 343

Todd, Tony – page 72

Tomalak – pages 44, 51

Tomita, Tamlyn – pages 18, 25, 28

Tour of Duty – page 237

Trakis – pages 280, 289-290

treel – page 307

Tron – pages 12, 256

"Trouble with Tribbles, The" (Star Trek) – pages 163, 337

Tu'Pari – pages 249, 292

Tufeld, Dick – page 230

Turenne, Louis – pages 204, 275, 279

Twilight Zone – pages 14, 167, 231

Twilight Zone: The Creative Vision – page 167

Tyree, Adira – page 290

UFP Con – page 157

"Ulysses" – pages 21, 88

United Nations – page 69

USA – page 281

Utah – page 155

Uzi – page 182

Van Zant, Gus – page 118

Vancouver – page 9

Varn – page 204

Varner, Del – page 146

VCR – page 299

Vejar, Michael – page 340

Venice, Italy – pages 12, 32

Video Toaster – page 87

Vietnam – pages 159, 260

"Voice in the Wilderness, A" – pages 125, 133, 204, 218, 223, 235, 255, 259, 267, 272, 275, 279, 321, 326-327, 329, 331

Vorhaus, John – pages 283, 338

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