Babylon 5 Echoes Volume 3 Cast Interviews

Echoes of All Our Conversations, Volume 3

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Publication Date: May 16, 2012
Retire Date: May 31, 2013
Retail Price: $69.00
Pages: 373

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

Photo of Claudia Christian as Susan Ivanova

THE VOLUME 3 COLLECTION INCLUDES
✔  373-page book of the complete, uncensored transcripts of 39 interviews with the Babylon 5 cast and key crew, conducted while Babylon 5 was in production. See table of contents below.
✔  40 never-before-seen behind-the-scenes photographs accompanying the interviews, 8 concept sketches and 7 key documents.
✔  Hand-autographed by Claudia Christian.
✔  A personal message from Claudia.
✔  Collectible postcard and bookmark with an Ivanova quote selected by Claudia Christian.
✔  Audio CD roundtable interview with Bruce Boxleitner, Jeff Conaway, Jerry Doyle, Mira Furlan, Stephen Furst, Peter Jurasik, Andreas Katsulas, Bill Mumy and Patricia Tallman. This interview is NOT in the book. This is a rare opportunity to experience how the cast of Babylon 5 interacted with each other without cameras or an audience. Contains adult language and discussion.

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

Bookmark with Ivanova quote selected by Claudia Christian
Bookmark with Ivanova quote
selected by Claudia Christian
Volume 3 Bonus Audio CD with Group Interview
BONUS AUDIO CD
Never-before-heard group interview.
This interview is NOT in the book.
See below for the "Guide to the Voices
in the Bonus Audio Interview"
A SAMPLING OF WHAT IS REVEALED IN VOLUME 3

This volume is the most candid so far. In the midst of the fourth season, the actors and crew were secure in their positions and had been interviewed by Joe Nazzaro enough times that they were relaxed and trusting.

  • Revealed: the truth behind the fondue steam in "A Distant Star." (It was Jerry Doyle's idea.)
  • How costume designer Ann Bruice developed the Ranger pin.
  • It's true: Peter Jurasik never thought Londo would make it the entire five years. Find out why.
  • The development of Claudia Christian's "sex dance" in "Acts of Sacrifice."
  • Andreas Katsulas's reaction to a possible prequel TV movie.
  • Who director Jim Johnston was talking about: "She's not an actress...I stayed off of her as much as I could because I just didn't think she was very good."
  • Which episode is considered by writer Peter David to be "the last gasp of funny Londo."
  • The case in which the producers were (jokingly) told they'd have to pay $15,000 just to use someone's last name.
  • What Mr. Toad's Wild Ride has to do with the Babylon 5 pilot, according to Peter Jurasik.
  • Why Bill Mumy "never had to take a job that he didn't want."
  • No-detail-spared description of actor Ed Wasser's first appearance at a Babylon 5 convention. Live the moments.
  • Specifics about the things JMS did on Babylon 5 that Star Trek would rather go off the air than do, according to conceptual consultant Harlan Ellison.
  • Why being confined to a viewscreen in "Knives" let actor William Forward be more angry.
  • How the departure of Na'Toth affected G'Kar, according to Andreas Katsulas.
  • Why "a good Centauri party always starts with a chained Narn."
  • The reaction of the costume department when, in a letter from an outraged fan, they were accused of sinking to the standards of "Charlie's Angels, Baywatch and Buck Rogers in leather bikinis."
  • The actor who loved doing commercials and considered it his "greatest success."
  • How one of the actors was "busted" by one of the producers for asking for opinions on his character in a Babylon 5/AOL chat room.
  • Where actor Wortham Krimmer had worked with Bruce Boxleitner, Richard Biggs and Peter Jurasik before Babylon 5.
  • How the main characters' costumes evolved in seasons three and four...and the suggestions from the actors that costume designer Ann Bruice integrated into them.
  • Chutzpah alert -- how Jim Johnston would have directed "And Now for a Word."
  • The one quality Jeff Conaway believes is essential for a director to be good.
  • Who said, "I draw from myself--the need to be wanted and needed and to feel some self-worth."
  • Jason Carter's opinion on the differences between the American and British press, and how it impacted him personally.
  • Details, memories, reminisces, snapshots, anecdotes -- okay, a lot of information -- from Harlan Ellison about what he did specifically as Babylon 5's conceptual consultant.
  • Find out what Jerry Doyle said he got more of than anyone else on Babylon 5.
  • Details of Richard Biggs's research for "Believers" and the choices Dr. Franklin made.
  • How Andrea Thompson's departure affected Jerry Doyle.
  • Why Bruce Boxleitner was compared to Errol Flynn.
  • Specifics of the problem Richard Biggs had with the episode "Gropos."
  • What Jason Carter believed was the one thing you had to prove before you could work in America.
  • The scene that Andreas Katsulas described as the "crowning jewel of difficulty."
  • Why Peter Jurasik believed that viewers were upset by the choices that Londo made.
  • How actor Turhan Bey -- who played Centauri Emperor Turhan -- used Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph as a basis of comparison for his part.
  • The actor who bumped into an old college buddy who didn't know they were both on Babylon 5 until they saw each other in the same episode.
  • The sets that caused the crew the most frustration.
  • Why Bill Mumy rarely appeared at conventions.
  • The episode Richard Biggs wished he "could have back."
  • The episodes Claudia Christian was asked about most often.
  • How the Vindrizi creatures were created without CGI.
  • The differences between directing Bruce Boxleitner and Michael O'Hare.
  • How JMS incorporated elements of Claudia Christian's personality into Susan Ivanova.
  • Why Peter Jurasik wasn't sure that Londo was telling the truth when, after Kosh was revealed at the end of season two, the character said he hadn't seen anything.
  • What actor Walter Koenig said he could do on Babylon 5 that he could never do on Star Trek.
  • The evolution of Kosh's suit, as told by the man who wore it.
  • Rangers with capes. Rangers with dusters. Who got which, and why?
  • Actor William Forward's reaction to the Centauri hair.
  • The violent scene that was edited for the original UK airing.
  • The classic novel that conceptual consultant Harlan Ellison said most resembled Babylon 5.
  • What happened when PTEN ran eight new episodes in a row.
  • The guest star that forced Andreas Katsulas to raise his game.
  • The thing director Tony Dow didn't understand about the Grey Council.
  • The actor who was never seen onscreen, but who described Babylon 5 as "the occasional jewel from heaven that drops in my lap."
  • The situation in which actor Jason Carter would barely move his head when shooting.
  • The "recipe" producers would use to select which directors would be assigned which episodes.
  • The two-sentence springboard writer Peter David was given by JMS to write "Soul Mates."
  • What Mars and Z'ha'dum have in common, from a production-design perspective.
  • Why Claudia Christian was convinced that she was going to die in a Starfury.
  • Which scene was described by one of the actors as "they're all going off to the Super Bowl."
  • Why it was believed that if the Babylon 5 crew were unionized, it would "be the economic death of the show," and how the producers got a landmark labor contract that had zero negative impact on the budget.
  • Why, over the hiatus between seasons three and four, half the makeup crew left the series.
  • The actor Jerry Doyle disliked so much he would barely speak to him.
  • The actor who would only watch his episodes when he was building a new demo reel.
  • How, when Morden was killed off, actor Ed Wasser thought he might return to the series.
  • What Jerry Doyle would do at the studio to make the best out of the fact that he "spent more time with the cast and crew" than he did with his own family.
  • How actor Walter Koenig's short stature helped his approach to playing Bester.
  • How Bob Dylan's song "Like a Rolling Stone" helped Peter Jurasik approach certain scenes.
  • Andreas Katsulas explains how his "evil twin" was responsible for the practical joke he played on JMS at a particular convention, and how he was afraid afterward that his character would suffer "seven more deaths."
  • The secrets behind how the show's digital effects were designed.
  • The two sets that production designer John Iacovelli said "will always stay there."
  • The actor who "fell in love" with his character's face.
  • The one word Richard Biggs said described what Franklin was looking for in season four.
  • The person who said of Babylon 5, "This is why I became an actor."
  • How director David J. Eagle intended to edit a pivotal scene with Refa, G'Kar and the Narn mob, and how it was re-cut by the producers.
  • Why Jason Carter was pissed off at Jerry Doyle for being "so brittle."
  • Why, in the episode "Revelations," director Jim Johnston cut out all traces of Sheridan's sister, only to have JMS put them all back in.
  • How the Lennier dummy from "Convictions" became a long-standing joke between Peter Jurasik and Bill Mumy.
  • How the elimination of the Earthforce uniforms and their leather trim created new problems just as frustrating to the costume department.
  • The question asked of Andreas Katsulas that struck fear into him.
  • Andreas Katsulas's favorite moments on Babylon 5.
  • Why Claudia Christian believed that Ivanova was the character most like her of the roles she had played.
  • Why actor Ed Wasser didn't like the episode "Falling Toward Apotheosis."
  • The specific reason JMS felt he had to write every season four episode, and how he likened his quandary to Frankenstein's monster.
  • The cinematic craft Babylon 5 producers would employ when they needed a huge set or location, but needed a really cheap alternative.
  • Why the character of Lorien was fitted with finger extensions.
  • Why director David J. Eagle would finish lunch ten minutes before anyone else.
  • What Bruce Boxleitner would do on set to make guest stars feel at ease.
  • Which guest actor gave hair and makeup signed copies of his autobiography.
  • Why there were so many new directors in season four.
  • The guest actor who played three different characters...and was married to one of the crew members.
  • How Wortham Krimmer said he was able to play Cartagia as "completely out of his mind, but not crossing over into cartoon."
  • The "fight" between Mira Furlan and JMS...over a bone.
  • Why actor Walter Koenig believed that an actor should never scream.
  • Andreas Katsulas's explanation of how his approach to acting differed from Peter Jurasik's.
  • Who said, "It's really Joe's song and we're all there to sing it."
  • What director Janet Greek did when Andreas Katsulas was struggling with a scene in the Zocalo.
  • Why the crew had to dismantle the medlab at the end of season two, and how that affected the set in season three.
  • Why actor Ed Wasser originally wanted a role like the part of Lt. Corwin, and why his logic was wrong.
  • The technique director Jim Johnston would use to prevent his actors from "thinking" during a take.
  • The thing that happened to Babylon 5 between seasons three and four that producers felt "raised the show to another level."
  • Jason Carter's version of the story where Bill Mumy and JMS led Jason to believe that Marcus was going to be killed in "Grey 17 Is Missing"...and how Mira Furlan reacted to their gag.
  • Why Jeff Conaway believed that "playing a hero is one of the most difficult things in the world."
  • Which Babylon 5 star got a good review in The Hollywood Reporter...but the paper used his character's name instead of his real name.
  • How did Jeff Conaway complete this sentence: "What an actor really needs, more than anything else, is _________."
  • Jason Carter's "weird confession" about why he had never seen Michael O'Hare's acting work.
  • Why, with Refa dead, Londo would need a new source for bagels. (Yes, bagels.)
  • Why a situation on the show Taxi gave Jeff Conaway extra empathy for Michael O'Hare when he returned in season three.
  • Which Babylon 5 star said he was developing a line of vitamins for the Home Shopping Network.
  • How Richard Biggs altered his approach to playing Franklin in the wake of his near-death experience in season three.
  • Why Ivanova's costume was consistently one of the toughest to fit.
  • The element of Kosh's encounter suit that always looked black onscreen, even though at one point the fabric was metallic purple.
  • Details about Peter Jurasik's videotape library of Babylon 5 episodes -- how he rated each of them with stars, why so few had more than three stars and the ones that earned his highest rating.
  • Which department head said, "I feel they are lucky to have me." And why that same person also said, "I don't even think I was a fan of Babylon 5 in the first year other than it was my show."
  • Take a guess: how many people does it take to fill up the central corridor set to prevent it from looking sparse? Find out in director Jim Johston's interview.
  • The scenes in which Richard Biggs was the only actor on set, why he had to film the last scene first and how he kept all the out-of-sequence scenes straight in his head.
  • Which costumed actor ran into JMS's office shouting, "Please, please, can I keep wearing it?"
  • The situation in the writing of the show that JMS compared to "the three queens who took Arthur back to Avalon."
  • The action producer John Copeland took that really "ruffled a lot of feathers" at Warner Bros., but which helped raised the profile of the show.
  • Which scene Mira Furlan and Andreas Katsulas refer to as "the crybaby scene."
  • The recurring character director Jim Johnston referred to as a one-beat thing.
  • What made Londo so interesting in season three, according to Peter Jurasik.
  • Why director Jim Johnston dreaded any scene set in Fresh Air or Earhart's.
  • What Jason Carter meant when he said, "You get a stunt guy to blow your nose."
  • How JMS turned PTEN's decision to air the season four premiere one week after the season three finale "to his advantage, rather than having it be a hindrance."
  • The thing Michael O'Hare would do (or not do) that would slow down the production.
  • According to Richard Biggs, the one skill Dr. Franklin didn't have that he really needed. (It's not medical.)
  • The instance where JMS would instruct an actor to say a character's lines exactly as the writer heard them in his head.
  • The movie Jeff Conaway wanted to be in so badly, he offered to pay the producers to be in the film.
  • The scene the producers thought was too gory for the show and had re-edited.
  • Which actor, when they did NOT get a part, would watch the show to see who did.
  • Who complained that, "I looked like I had a nose the size of Brooklyn" in the episode "In the Shadow of Z'ha'dum."
  • What quality an actor has to have so that there's little danger in stage fighting.
  • Find out which Babylon 5 star said, "I'll flirt with women and men because...I think it's amusing to watch people's reactions."
  • Which B5 star confessed, "I always look at the work and think that could have gone better."
  • Learn about how the costumes were used to hide deficiencies in the makeup.
  • The Marcus Cole backstory given to Jason Carter by JMS when he was cast -- everything from the character's work on Arisia to his arrival on Babylon 5.
  • The situation in which Andreas Katsulas was told he looked like Paul Newman.
  • How director Janet Greek handled the awkward process of filming the final episode of season one midway through the season and then following it up with the episode that set up the situation in the previous show.
  • Why production designer John Iacovelli thought the war room was the series's best-looking set.
  • Who would have said, "Without Sheridan's presence, we have become scattered like leaves," and why the line was cut from the edited episode.
  • Why Richard Biggs thought the line, "The only thing we've got is that we're alive" was important.
  • Which character's costume took three women two weeks just to manufacturer the fabric.
  • Why the Llorts were repeatedly redesigned by Optic Nerve.
  • The scene that caused conceptual consultant Harlan Ellison to exclaim, "I found that absolutely amazing. What other show would do that?"
  • The only series regular that actor Ed Wasser did NOT read with when Babylon 5's pilot was being cast.
  • What gym members would shout at Richard Biggs when he went for a workout.
  • Why Lyta's wardrobe was always bought-from-the-store stuff that was later tweaked prior to season four, and why she was put in a black quilted vest when shooting on the White Star.
  • What Jason Carter did when he was nervous during a scene.
  • The reason Stephen Furst was the only cast member who got the chance to direct.
  • The actor who considered himself primarily a writer.
  • The actor who had once directed Bruce Boxleitner.
  • Why JMS avoided back-to-back effects-heavy episodes.
  • Why actor Paul Williams couldn't remember anything before 1989.
  • Details about why many of actor Paul Winfield's lines were cut from "Gropos."
  • The "retro" method in which Andreas kept up with Internet feedback about his work.
  • Why Jeff Conaway chose Babylon 5 over the road tour of Grease, which would have paid "a lot of money."
  • How an article about Biosphere II in Science News impacted how Babylon 5 would shoot scenes in a certain locale.
  • What Jason Carter meant when he said, "It was like gong to a trainspotter's convention and you just happened to be the train, and they're busy writing your number down and photographing you."
  • The specific effort actor Michael York made that impressed Richard Biggs.
  • The problem with every story idea Andreas Katsulas suggested to JMS.
  • Why Peter Jurasik had to stop drinking coffee the day he played "Old Londo" in "War Without End."
  • Details of Andreas Katsulas's prank on his castmates about a pay-cut for the fourth season...as told by the one person who did NOT fall for it.
  • The script that inspired Peter Jurasik to call JMS and ask what drugs he was on when he wrote it.
  • What Claudia Christian meant when she said, "I'm still waiting for my big 'Mira scene.'"
  • Why JMS loaned actor Walter Koenig money...without being asked.
  • And last but not least, is it just us, or as you read this volume, can you not help but notice actor Ed Wasser's obsession with his hair?
TABLE OF CONTENTS FOR VOLUME 3

  • Jim Johnston - Director (3 Jan 1996)
  • Jason Carter - Marcus Cole (4 & 15 Jan 1996)
  • Harlan Ellison - Conceptual Consultant (29 Jan 1996)
  • William Forward - Antono Refa (30 Jan 1996)
  • Jeff Conaway - Zack Allan (2 Feb 1996)
  • Ed Wasser - Morden (4 Feb 1996)
  • Peter Jurasik - Londo Mollari (7 & 9 May 1996)
  • Jerry Doyle - Michael Garibaldi (2 Aug 1996)
  • Richard Biggs - Stephen Franklin (4 Nov 1996)
  • Ardwight Chamberlain - Kosh (voice) (13 Nov 1996)
  • Turhan Bey - Turhan (13 Nov 1996)
  • Ann Bruice - Costume Designer (15 Nov 1996)
  • Claudia Christian - Susan Ivanova (15 Nov 1996)
  • Susan Norkin - Associate Producer (15 Nov 1996)
  • Jason Carter - Marcus Cole (18 Nov 1996)
  • Eric Chauvin - Matte Artist (18 Nov 1996)
  • John Copeland - Producer (18 Nov 1996)
  • Tony Dow - Director (18 Nov 1996)
  • Stephen Furst - Vir Cotto/Director (18 Nov 1996)
  • John Iacovelli - Production Designer (18 Nov 1996)
  • Bill Mumy - Lennier (18 Nov 1996)
  • J. Michael Straczynski - Creator/Executive Producer (19 Nov 1996)
  • Jeffrey Willerth - Associate to the Producer (19 Nov 1996)
  • John Vulich - Makeup Effects Creator (20 Nov 1996)
  • John C. Flinn III - Director of Photography (20 Nov 1996)
  • Douglas Netter - Executive Producer (20 Nov 1996)
  • Netter Digital - Visual Effects (20 Nov 1996)
  • Wayne Alexander - Lorien (9 Dec 1996)
  • Wortham Krimmer - Cartagia (9 Dec 1996)
  • David J. Eagle - Director (10 Dec 1996)
  • Peter Jurasik - Londo Mollari (10 Dec 1996)
  • Andreas Katsulas - G’Kar (12 Dec 1996)
  • Walter Koenig - Alfred Bester (16 Jan 1997)
  • Wortham Krimmer - Cartagia (5 Feb 1997)
  • Majel Barrett Roddenberry - Morella (6 Feb 1997)
  • Ed Wasser - Morden (14 Feb 1997)
  • Peter David - Writer (19 Feb 1997)
  • Jeff Conaway - Zack Allan (10 Mar 1997)
  • Mira Furlan - Delenn (22 April 1997)
GUIDE TO THE VOICES IN THE AUDIO INTERVIEW

This guide can also be found on the last page of Volume 3.

Guide to the Voices in the Volume 3 CD Audio Interview

Index

ABC – pages 274, 281

Abduction – page 59

Accidentally on Purpose – page 165

Achilles heel – page 85

"Acts of Sacrifice" – pages 12, 92, 95, 149-150

Adams, John Quincy – page 59

ADI – pages 34, 123, 154, 159

Africa – page 24

Afterschool Special – page 297

AgamemCon III – page 288

Alaska – page 177

Alexander, EAS – page 303

Alexander, Lyta – pages 135, 144, 215, 224-225, 290, 334, 362

Alexander, Wayne – pages 242-243, 270-279, 295

Aling, Ann Bruice – pages 130-145, 209-210, 242-243

Allan, Zack – pages 51, 53-56, 58-59, 104, 132, 303, 359-363

Allen, Irwin – page 215

American Conservatory of Theater – page 281

American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) – page 255

American Zoetrope – page 24

Amistad – page 59

Amos and Andy – page 95

Anaheim, California – page 124

"And Now for a Word" – pages 13, 96, 195, 227

"And the Rock Cried Out, No Hiding Place" – pages 40, 78, 273

"And the Sky Full of Stars" – pages 187, 273, 331

Ansara, Michael – page 94

"Appearances and Other Deceits" – page 199

Argenziano, Carmen – page 96

Arisia – page 21

Arthur, King – pages 115, 138, 140, 224

Ashland, Oregon – page 46

Astaire, Fred – page 132

"Atonement" – pages 154, 160, 185, 190, 192, 204, 215, 228, 239, 245, 253, 259, 265, 312, 320, 359, 366, 370-371

Australia – page 36

Austria – pages 127-128

Avalon – page 224

Avery, James – page 106

AVID – page 259

Babylon Emporium – pages 200, 352

"Babylon Squared" – pages 8, 209

Babylonian Productions – pages 123, 127, 131, 147, 161, 169, 179, 191, 195, 201, 213, 219, 231, 253, 365, 369

Band, Charles – page 183

Battleground Earth – page 185

Baywatch – page 139

BBC – page 228

Beaudine, Skip – page 232

"Believers" – pages 117-118, 120

Bellisario, Don – pages 6, 15

Berlin, Germany – page 13

Bester, Alfred – pages 9, 78, 254, 302, 331-334

"Between the Darkness and the Light" – page 362

Beverly Hills 90210 – pages 19-20

Bey, Turhan – pages 45, 95, 126-128

Biggs, Richard – pages 10-11, 27, 78, 92, 102, 108-121, 151, 160, 162, 207, 215, 282, 315, 326

Biggs, Roxann – page 315

Bikel, Theodore – pages 147, 151

Blackpool – page 181

Blair, Ed – page 261

Boggs – page 255

"Born to the Purple" – pages 94, 151

Bowen, Elizabeth – page 358

Boxleitner, Bruce – pages 6-7, 20, 70, 75, 92, 96, 102, 115-116, 125, 127, 133, 149, 187, 196, 231, 262, 272, 281, 310, 360-362, 367

Boys in Autumn, The – page 331

Brakiri – page 247

Brivari – pages 311, 313-314

Brook, Peter – pages 163, 328

Brooklyn – page 69

Brown, Julie Caitlin – page 61

Brutus – page 95

Buck Rogers – page 139

Buddhist – page 34

Buddy – page 201

Burbank, California – page 288

Burch, Scott – page 100

Burg, Steve – pages 174, 176

Burrell, Everett – page 239

"By Any Means Necessary" – pages 11-12

Byzantine – page 137

Cadillac – page 235

Caesar, Julius – page 79

Cagney, James – page 350

California – pages 202, 216

Callenn – page 141

Calvin Klein – page 166

Canada – page 179

Candide – page 213

Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future – pages 179, 331

Captain Simian and the Space Monkeys – page 106

Carpathia – page 165

Carr, Jane – pages 95, 356

Cartagia – pages 134, 139, 198, 224, 281, 283, 286, 295, 311-312, 320, 336-339, 341, 351

Carter, Ben – page 23

Carter, Jason – pages 18-29, 114, 151, 160-167, 215, 326

Carter, Madeline – page 23

Casper – page 170

Cassidy, Butch – page 105

Cassius – page 95

CBS – page 90

Centauri – pages 21-22, 26, 45, 47, 80, 86, 95, 127, 133-134, 138-140, 174, 176, 197, 202, 204, 222, 244, 284-285, 309-311, 316, 349

Centauri Prime – pages 1, 44, 46, 85, 88-89, 126, 172, 188, 201, 209, 291, 313-314, 336

"Ceremonies of Light and Dark" – pages 34-35, 47, 85, 142, 255, 303

CGI – pages 179, 289-290, 294, 302

Chamberlain, Ardwight – pages 123-125, 159, 232

Champion, Fern – page 262

Charlie's Angels – page 139

Chauvin, Eric – pages 156, 168-177, 179, 203

Cheers – page 328

Chicago, Illinois – pages 202, 315, 323

China Beach – page 16

Choate, Tim – page 250

Chong, Ronnie – page 301

Chris-Craft – page 1

Christian, Claudia – pages 3, 9, 12, 20, 61, 91-92, 96, 102, 114, 146-153, 165, 354

Christian Coalition – page 105

Christie, Agatha – page 182

"Chrysalis" – pages 67, 94, 187, 347

Cinar – page 216

Cirrus, Mariah – page 119

"City on the Edge of Forever" (Star Trek) – page 36

Clancy, Tom – page 182

Clark, Morgan – page 63

Cole, Marcus – pages 19, 21, 26-27, 114, 132, 134-135, 161-163, 165-167, 193

Columbia Pictures – page 24

"Comes the Inquisitor" – pages 187, 255, 271-272, 295

"Coming of Shadows" – pages 45, 74, 92, 95-96, 126-127, 187, 202, 318, 325

Compton, Richard – pages 16, 65, 93, 347-348

Conaway, Jeff – pages 15, 35, 50-61, 103, 133, 358-363

Conaway, Kerri – page 50

"Confessions and Lamentations" – pages 120-121, 248

"Conflicts of Interest" – page 307

Connery, Sean – pages 59-60

"Convictions" – pages 80, 105, 256, 298, 312, 325

Cooney, Brian – page 348

Copeland, John – pages 5, 7, 9, 14-15, 19, 37, 49, 70, 113, 123, 125, 155, 178-189, 191, 206-207, 223, 232, 235-236, 244, 256, 259, 267, 271, 274, 277, 290-291, 293, 295, 297-300, 302, 348, 359, 369

Coppola, Francis Ford – page 24

Corey, Jeff – page 345

"Corps Is Mother, the Corps Is Father" – page 199

Correlilmurzon – page 12

Corring, Doug – page 231

Cortez, EAS – page 153

Corwin, David – page 65

Cotto, Vir – pages 15, 69, 77, 79, 81, 85-86, 89-90, 96, 195-199, 213, 283, 299, 311-314, 337-338

Cox, Joshua – pages 65, 67

Cremin, Kevin G. – pages 13-14, 70

Cressida, Kathryn – page 95

Cruise, Tom – page 152

Crusade – pages 1, 199, 221

Custer, George Armstrong – page 125

Dali, Salvador – page 93

Dallas, Texas – pages 62, 202, 344

Danny – page 360

Danza, Tony – page 57

Dave – page 315

David, Peter – pages 216, 352-356

Davis, Jason – pages 2, 29, 61-62, 288, 344

"Day in the Strife, A" – pages 81, 294, 297-299, 305, 326

"Day of the Dead" – page 351

Day-Lewis, Daniel – page 23

"Deathwalker" – page 252

"Deconstruction of Falling Stars" – page 199

DeFilipps, Kurt – pages 146, 194, 210, 308, 335-336

Delenn – pages 6, 22, 26-27, 83, 87-88, 92-93, 132-133, 135, 138, 151, 167, 192-193, 208, 213, 215-216, 223-225, 245, 262, 305, 310, 353-355, 365-368, 370-371

Demon Knight – page 246

denn-bok – pages 22-23, 165

DGA – page 301

DiLeo, Mario – pages 13, 96, 227

Diplomatic Act – page 315

Disney – page 274

"Distant Star, A" – pages 7-8, 119, 153

DiTillio, Lawrence G. – pages 7, 30, 96, 179, 252

DiTillio, Robert – page 252

Dobson, Kevin James – pages 276-277, 284, 293, 346-347

Doherty, Shannen – page 20

Don Juan – page 372

Doohan, James – page 315

Doors, The – page 215

Dorn, Michael – page 106

Dourif, Brad – page 66

Dow, Tony – pages 190-193, 205, 228, 254, 256, 369-370

DownBelow – pages 22, 27, 112, 206

Doyle, Jerry – pages 6, 11, 23, 57, 66, 95, 100-107, 111, 119, 148, 255, 262, 302

Dr. Kildare – page 343

Dracula – pages 18, 24-25

Drazi – pages 22, 150-151, 247-248

Drennan, Kathryn – page 35

Dreyfuss, Richard – page 315

Dukhat – pages 141, 192, 245, 371

Duncan – page 115

Durman, Elizabeth – pages 11-12

"Dust to Dust" – pages 81, 297, 301-302, 305

Duvall, Rory – page 200

Dylan, Bob – page 313

"Each Night I Dream of Home" – page 199

Eagle, David J. – pages 276, 284, 288-307, 337

Earhart's – page 202

Earth-Minbari War – pages 182, 216

Earthforce – pages 26, 131, 133

Ed Sullivan Show, The – page 93

Edward, Brother – page 66

Eiffel Tower – page 188

Eilerson, Pamela – page 99

Eisenhower jacket – pages 131, 133

Ellison, Harlan – pages 30-38, 55, 331

Ellison, Susan – page 35

Emmy Award – pages 170, 255, 292, 297

"Endgame" – page 369

England – pages 32, 41-42, 54, 152, 277, 327

Enterprise, USS – page 31

Entil'zha – page 164

"Epiphanies" – pages 109, 116, 244, 254-255, 308, 333, 345

Eskimo – page 75

ESP – page 249

Europeans – page 25

Exabyte – page 171

"Exercise of Vital Powers" – pages 322, 345, 353

"Exogenesis" – pages 27, 114, 248

"Face of the Enemy" – page 359

"Fall of Night, The" – page 97

"Falling Towards Apotheosis" – pages 271, 281, 289, 309, 319, 331

Fantasy Island – page 24

Fawcett, Bill – page 315

FedEx – pages 171, 177

Ferrari – page 246

Finn, Huckleberry – page 331

flarn – page 215

Flinn, John C., III – pages 8, 21, 46, 95, 97, 113, 147, 193, 196-197, 209, 226, 231, 244, 252-257, 272, 290-291, 293, 301, 311, 337-338

Flok – page 215

Flynn, Errol – pages 127-128

Forrest Gump – page 170

Forward, William – pages 35, 40-49, 198

Foundation Imaging – pages 156, 158, 171, 210, 265-267, 269, 294

Foundationist – page 109

Foxworth, Robert – page 304

Frankel, Eric – page 261

Frankenstein's monster – page 221

Franklin, Richard – page 120

Franklin, Stephen – pages 27, 104, 109-120, 151, 162-163, 165, 193, 262

Franz Joseph of Austria – page 127

Frazier, Jim – page 254

Frazier lens – page 254

Friedman, Kim – page 113

Fuchs, Fred – page 24

Funk, Greg – pages 87, 249

Furlan, Mira – pages 6, 30, 43, 66, 91-92, 102, 114, 133, 151, 163, 215, 245, 272-273, 310, 325, 355, 362, 364-372

Furst, Stephen – pages 15, 40, 69, 79, 81, 86, 96, 187, 194-199, 227, 254-255, 263, 282-284, 299, 310, 314, 321, 326, 337, 342-343

G'Dan – pages 271, 295

G'Kar – pages 66, 81-82, 87, 92, 105, 130, 138, 140, 193, 222, 225-226, 244-245, 248-249, 262, 301, 306, 310-312, 317-328, 338

Gallifrey One – page 61

Galus, Ray – page 153

García Lorca, Federico – page 372

Garibaldi, Michael – pages 10, 12, 15, 54-55, 95, 101-102, 104-106, 119, 123, 131-132, 137, 147-148, 155, 163, 175, 201, 204, 208, 219, 224-226, 259, 262, 277, 283, 300, 303, 346, 361-362

"Geometry of Shadows" – pages 44, 92, 94, 151

Gerrold, David – page 117

Gilbert, Melissa – pages 75, 81, 345

Gilmore, Ruth – page 207

Gimpel, Erica – page 112

Globe Theatre – page 32

Goddard, Seth – page 216

Godfather III – page 313

Gomez, Lisa – page 364

"Grail" – page 257

Grant, Brian – page 24

Greek, Janet – pages 45-46, 58, 68, 94, 97, 147, 187, 226, 347

Green, Bruce Seth – page 252

"Grey 17 Is Missing" – pages 161, 255

"Gropos" – pages 7, 10-12, 120, 176

Gross, Matt – page 13

Hague – page 304

Hallmark – page 106

Hamlet – page 19

Haymarket Theater – page 164

HBO – pages 11, 90, 328

Hendricks, Vance – page 116

Henry, Carol – page 162

Hitler, Adolf – page 198

Hobbs, Al – page 200

Hoffman, Dark – page 160

Holly, Kim – pages 133, 136, 138, 140-141, 270-271, 273-274, 295, 358

Hollywood – pages 42, 95, 121, 127, 219, 315

Hollywood Reporter, The – pages 59, 260

Homefront – page 304

Hope and Gloria – page 53

Hopkins, Anthony – pages 59-60

"Hour of the Wolf" – pages 109, 173, 185, 204, 215, 219, 223, 259, 268, 283, 292-293, 296, 337, 350

Howard, Rance – page 304

HTV – page 24

Hugo Award – page 260

Huse, Linda – pages 50, 230, 329

Hutton, Timothy – page 247

Hypernauts – pages 6, 13-14, 70, 180, 205, 240, 243, 249, 273

Iacovelli, John – pages 200-211, 283, 311

Icarus – page 348

"Illusion of Truth, The" – pages 123, 131, 147, 149, 155, 161, 169, 175, 178-179, 191, 195-197, 199, 201, 213, 219, 227, 231, 255, 263, 267, 353

ILM – pages 169-170

In the Beginning – pages 1, 68, 303, 309, 366

"In the Shadow of Z'ha'dum" – pages 69, 187, 297-298, 346

"Infection" – page 116

"Interludes and Examinations" – pages 23, 69, 71, 75, 79, 86, 124, 159, 234-235, 346

Interstellar Alliance – page 1

"Into the Fire" – pages 154, 157, 222, 264-265, 267, 277-278, 292, 337, 343, 346, 348-349

Irrera, Dom – page 106

Isil'zha – page 135

ISN – pages 24, 31, 58, 67, 75, 83, 86, 109, 111, 120, 135, 137, 140, 163, 167, 175, 192, 196, 213, 217, 220, 224, 226, 245, 251, 279, 312, 319, 325, 332-333, 351

isolab – page 207

Israel – page 166

Ivanova, Susan – pages 8-9, 12, 26, 112, 121, 131-132, 147-149, 151, 166, 208, 215, 224-225, 275, 298, 305, 307, 354-355

Jack the Ripper – pages 272-273

Jaddo, Urza – page 96

JAG – pages 5-6, 9, 13-17

Jake and the Fatman – page 255

James, Cailyn – page 112

Jiminy Cricket – page 197

Johnson, Anne-Marie – page 119

Johnson, George – pages 155, 259-260

Johnson, Russell – pages 232, 364

Johnston, Jim – pages 4-17, 83-84, 226, 347

Jordan, Shant – pages 265-269

Jurasik, Barbara – page 314

Jurasik, Benjamin – page 316

Jurasik, Peter – pages 12, 15, 27, 30, 33-35, 43-45, 66, 68, 74-99, 102, 133, 197-198, 245, 255, 280, 282, 284-285, 301, 308-317, 319-321, 336-337, 342-343, 355, 368

Justin – page 345

Katsulas, Andreas – pages 12, 27, 30, 40, 45-46, 66, 78, 80, 82, 84-85, 90, 92-93, 97, 102, 105, 114, 133, 139, 163, 198, 244-245, 273, 284-285, 301, 310-312, 316-329, 337, 368

Kavounas, E.J. – page 236

Keith, Bill, Jr. – page 315

Kenickie – pages 360, 363

Kimbro, Art – page 153

King, Don – page 11

Kirk, James – page 36

Kline, Kevin – page 315

Klingon – page 217

Knight Two – pages 273, 331

"Knives" – pages 46, 96-97, 175

Koenig, Walter – pages 9, 116, 254, 302, 330-335

Kosh – pages 27, 57, 71, 75, 86, 97, 122-125, 135-136, 154, 159, 207, 225-226, 232-237, 245-246, 268, 289-291, 338, 346, 364

Kowalski, Peter B. – page 235

Kramer – page 303

Krimmer, Wortham – pages 198, 280-287, 295, 310-311, 321, 326, 336-340, 351

Kubrick, Stanley – page 370

Kung Fu – page 245

Kung Fu: The Legend Continues – pages 1, 220

Lady of the Lake – page 138

Lafia, John – page 338

Laseter, Curtis – page 201

"Late Delivery from Avalon" – pages 27, 182, 263, 326

Lebowitz, Adam "Mojo" – page 267

"Legacies" – page 248

Lenard, Mark – page 331

Lennier – pages 22, 27, 80, 213, 215-217, 312, 369

Letterman, David – page 90

Levitt, Judy – page 330

Linden, Hal – page 297

"Lines of Communication" – pages 255, 319

Llort – page 247

Lockhart, June – pages 118-119

Loffler, Gianin – page 10

London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) – pages 22, 41

London, Damian – page 310

"Long Dark, The" – page 119

"Long Night, The" – pages 154, 265, 275, 292, 338

"Long, Twilight Struggle, The" – pages 46, 93, 97, 254

Lorca – page 372

Lorien – pages 137, 139, 145, 222, 238, 241-243, 250, 271, 274-279, 292, 295

Los Angeles – pages 13, 42, 64, 90, 174, 278, 281, 315

Louisiana – page 118

Lycra – page 19

Lyndisty – page 86

Macht, Stephen – page 326

Macintosh – page 170

Macy's – page 202

Mafia – page 79

Manzarek, Ray – pages 212, 215

Mark, Geoffrey – pages 265-269

Mark Taper Forum – pages 90, 281

Markab – pages 248, 252

Marshall, Marie – page 11

"Matters of Honor" – pages 70, 78, 224, 298

Mayrand, Luc – pages 206, 211

MBA – page 236

McCallum, David – page 116

McDowell, Malcolm – page 106

McGill, Bruce – page 303

McIntyre, David – pages 263, 326

McLane, Haley – page 301

medbay – page 207

Mediterranean – page 328

medlab – pages 85, 109-110, 114, 117, 131, 162, 193, 207-208, 312

"Messages from Earth" – pages 182, 187

MGM – page 207

Miami, Florida – page 202

Miami Vice – page 16

"Midnight on the Firing Line" – pages 93, 224

Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers – page 240

Minbar – pages 1, 21, 79, 81, 172, 174, 201, 204, 209, 299

Minbari – pages 21, 26-27, 92, 132, 134-135, 139-141, 172, 182, 203, 205, 215-216, 222, 247-248, 358, 367

"Mind War" – page 333

Ministry of Peace – page 55

Misanthrope, The – page 71

Mitchell, John – page 252

Moffat, John – pages 164-165

moldavite – page 347

Molière – pages 71, 198

Mollari, Londo – pages 44, 46, 74-92, 95-97, 105, 133, 135, 197, 208, 222, 224, 226, 244, 248-249, 254-255, 262, 283, 301, 309, 311-314, 317, 319-320, 322, 338, 341, 347, 352-353, 355

"Moments of Transition" – pages 134, 333

Montana – page 151

Montray, Jeff – pages 265-269

Montreal, Canada – page 216

Moon Over Parador – page 315

Morden – pages 63-72, 78-79, 85, 89, 224, 309-310, 313, 345-351

Morella – pages 37, 77, 342-343

Morris, Aubrey – page 115

Morris, Greg – page 303

Morris, Phil – page 303

MTM – page 282

Mumy, Bill – pages 80, 119, 133, 161, 212-217, 245, 257, 312, 326-327, 358, 369

Murphy, Fred V., II – pages 8-9

Musante, Julie – page 55

Na'Toth – page 325

Narn – pages 40, 47, 58, 86, 93, 140, 173-174, 201, 209, 222, 244, 246, 254, 273, 285, 302-303, 305-306, 311, 316-317, 325-326

National Enquirer – page 196

NDEI – page 186

Neame, Christopher – page 273

Neroon – page 251

Netter Digital – pages 265-269

Netter, Douglas – pages 7, 19, 70, 123, 125, 155-156, 179, 185-186, 258-265, 267, 269, 295, 348

New York – pages 42, 57, 202, 261, 271, 281, 372

Newman, Paul – page 244

Nickelodeon – page 214

Nickson, Julia – page 61

Nightwatch – pages 15, 51, 54, 104, 359, 362

Nimoy, Adam – pages 228, 263, 345-347

Nimoy, Leonard – page 228

"No Surrender, No Retreat" – pages 337, 343

Norkin, Susan – pages 154-159

Norm – page 328

Northern Ireland – page 25

Northridge, California – page 150

Norway – page 372

Number One – page 260

NYPD Blue – pages 9, 71, 192, 273, 346

O'Hare, Michael – pages 6, 10, 30, 34, 52, 66, 88, 164, 252

"Objects at Rest" – page 326

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest – page 66

Optic Nerve – pages 136, 233, 235, 239, 324, 364

Oregon Shakespeare Festival – page 46

Pacino, Al – page 313

pak'ma'ra – pages 248, 250

Paladini, Mark – page 262

"Paradise Lost" (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) – page 304

Paramount – pages 1, 13, 31, 217, 261

"Parliament of Dreams, The" – pages 34, 213

Pasadena, California – page 321

"Passing Through Gethsemane" – pages 5, 19, 66

Path to Paradise – page 328

Patton, Josh – page 246

PBS – page 36

Perez, Patrick – pages 265-269

Phelan, Walt – pages 246-247

Photoshop – page 172

Picket Fences – page 48

Plano, Texas – page 29

Playboy Magazine – page 61

Plummer, Matt – page 201

"Point of No Return" – pages 5, 14-15, 54, 77, 84, 326, 342-343

"Points of Departure" – pages 37, 168, 224

Polaroid – page 48

Pollock, Jackson – page 93

Posey, Stephen L. – page 96

Presley, Elvis – page 308

Prisoner, The – page 32

Psi Corps – pages 1, 78, 89, 135, 204, 309

PTEN – pages 1, 106, 219-220

"Quality of Mercy, The" – pages 118, 241

Quantium 40 – page 21

"Race Through Dark Places, A" – pages 8, 10, 12, 367

"Racing Mars" – pages 162, 271, 281, 289, 309, 365

"Ragged Edge" – pages 226, 326

Rahman, Omar – page 328

Rangers – pages 21-22, 26-27, 71, 134-135, 139, 165, 167, 215, 309, 346

Rathbone, Basil – page 128

Rattlesnake Productions – page 259

Refa, Antono – pages 40-41, 43-48, 78-80, 85, 88-89, 95, 198, 205, 305-306, 311, 313

"Revelations" – pages 6-7, 68, 94, 119, 127, 347

Revill, Clive – page 94

Rickman, Alan – page 163

Roberts, Julia – page 147

Robin Hood – page 134

Robotech – page 124

Roddenberry, Gene – pages 15, 36-37

Roddenberry, Majel Barrett – pages 15, 37, 77, 83-84, 140, 342-343

Roddenberry-Bacha, Darleen – page 84

Rogers, Buck – page 139

Romeo and Juliet – page 22

Rossall, Kerry – page 22

rotoscope – page 170

Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) – page 19

Rubinstein, Ali – page 207

"Rumors, Bargains and Lies" – pages 218-219, 331

Rusler, Robert – page 153

Russian Godfather, The – page 59

Ryan – page 303

Saban – page 183

SAG – pages 232, 247

San Diego – page 353

San Fernando Valley – page 42

San Francisco – pages 169, 202, 281

Sawyer, Tom – page 331

Scarecrow and Mrs. King – page 281

Schindler's List – page 198

Schöne, Reiner – page 371

Scott, Ridley – page 328

seaQuest DSV – page 229

Seattle, Washington – page 207

Sebastian – pages 271-272, 277, 279

Seinfeld – page 303

Sekka, Johnny – page 66

"Severed Dreams" – pages 221, 292, 296-297, 302-305

"Shadow Dancing" – pages 112-113

Shadows – pages 1, 21, 77, 79, 89, 185, 221-222, 226, 262, 293, 309, 313, 349-350, 356, 367

Shakespeare, William – pages 32, 41

Sharif, Omar – page 164

Shattuck, Shari – page 55

Sheridan, Anna – pages 75, 81, 345

Sheridan, John – pages 1, 7, 22, 26-27, 69, 75, 81, 87-88, 119, 131-132, 151, 172, 208, 213, 219, 221-224, 230, 256, 275, 277, 279, 292, 298-299, 303-305, 345, 354-355, 367-368

Shimerman, Armin – page 315

"Ship of Tears" – pages 5, 19, 90, 92, 305, 325, 368

"Sic Transit Vir" – pages 85, 90, 198

"Signs and Portents" – pages 67, 94, 347

Sinclair, Jeffrey – pages 4, 52, 135

Singer, Susie – page 23

Slater, Mary Jo – pages 43, 371

Sleepers – page 170

"Sleeping in Light" – pages 1, 369

Sleeping Prince, The – page 164

Sliders – page 348

Smith, John – page 209

Snyder, Jon – page 249

"Soul Hunter" – pages 12, 116, 137, 242-243, 249

"Soul Mates" – pages 8, 95, 97, 353, 355, 368

Space Rangers – page 229

Special Air Service (SAS) – page 224

"Spider in the Web" – page 359

spoo – page 311

St. Louis, Missouri – page 202

Star Trek – pages 2, 15, 31, 33, 36-37, 65, 84, 99, 117, 217, 260-261, 278, 292, 304, 315, 332, 343, 355

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – pages 169, 188, 304, 315

Star Trek: The Next Generation – page 169

Star Trek: Voyager – pages 31, 169, 188, 217, 315

Starfleet – page 37

Starfury – pages 150, 153

Stargate – page 10

Staten Island – page 70

Steadicam – pages 9, 195, 256, 279

Stellar Occasion 5 – pages 62, 344

Straczynski, J. Michael – pages 1, 5, 14, 19, 21, 30, 32-33, 44, 52, 66, 76-77, 83, 86-88, 91, 96, 109-110, 122-124, 127-128, 148, 155, 157, 159, 162, 184, 191, 201, 214, 218-229, 234, 242, 253, 259, 267, 271, 275, 283, 292, 297, 309, 312, 319, 321-322, 327-328, 331-332, 337, 342-343, 347-348, 353, 361, 367

Stringer, Howard – page 90

Stroud, Don – page 255

Sullivan, Ed – page 93

Sulu, Hikaru – page 65

"Summoning, The" – pages 161, 169, 173, 179, 191, 195, 201, 204, 213, 219, 231, 239, 253, 259, 265, 268, 284, 355

Sun Valley, California – page 151

Superboy – page 213

Suskin, Mitch – page 169

Swackhamer, E.W. – page 13

Switzerland – page 102

Ta'Lon – pages 299, 326

Tallman, Patricia – pages 115, 151

Tamblyn, Russ – pages 7-8

Taq – page 12

Tarantino, Quentin – pages 35, 363

telepath – page 120

Television Academy – pages 291-292

Telluride – pages 13, 16

Texas – pages 29, 62, 344

Thanksgiving – page 231

Thatcher, Dennis – page 164

Thatcher, Margaret – pages 164-165

"There All the Honor Lies" – pages 96, 352

Third Reich – page 79

Thirdspace – page 1

Thompson, Andrea – pages 5, 10, 17, 40, 102, 135, 149-150

Thornton, Ron – pages 11, 13, 267, 269

Three Musketeers, The – page 128

Throne, Malachi – page 126

Timov – pages 95, 356

Titanic – page 201

"TKO" – pages 147, 151

TNT – pages 1-2, 114, 167, 180, 182, 220, 261

Tomita, Tamlyn – page 66

Toronto – page 179

Toussaint, Beth – page 81

Trainor – page 303

Trakis – page 94

Treviño, Jesús Salvador – pages 71, 188, 228, 235, 263, 346-347

Twickenham Studios – page 182

Twilight Zone – pages 214, 260, 300, 331

Tybalt – page 22

Tyree, Adira – pages 79, 88, 313, 346

Tyson – page 11

Udenio, Fabiana – page 88

unabomber – page 105

UPN – page 1

USA – page 17

Valen – page 234

Van Nuys, California – page 61

Vancouver – page 179

Vejar, Michael – pages 44, 58, 187, 226, 228, 255, 263, 271-272, 305, 369

Vickery, John – pages 167, 251

Vindrizi – page 115

"Voices of Authority" – pages 26, 31, 35, 41, 51, 55, 63, 133

Vorlon – pages 124, 151, 233-236, 245-246, 268, 291, 293, 325

Vulich, John – pages 238-251, 273, 276

Wal-Mart – page 48

"Walkabout" – pages 78, 88, 111-112, 161

Walters, Mark – pages 201, 210

"War Without End, The" – pages 31, 41, 51-52, 58, 63, 86, 88, 101, 163, 172, 187, 205, 209, 234-235

Warner Bros – pages 1-2, 31, 59-60, 75, 90, 125, 157, 180-182, 186, 198, 219-220, 247, 259-261, 263, 299, 314

warrior caste – page 134

Washington – pages 170-171

Wasser, Ed – pages 62-72, 310, 344-351

Wayne, John – page 276

"Whatever Happened to Mr. Garibaldi?" – pages 123, 131, 137, 147, 155, 163, 201, 204, 259, 283

Wheaton, John – pages 238, 241

Wheeler, Bobby – pages 361, 363

White Star – pages 22, 132, 136, 138, 165, 205-206, 208, 211-213, 215, 225

Wilde, Oscar – page 273

Willerth, Jeffrey – pages 125, 230-237, 290

Williams, Paul – page 12

Wilshire Court – pages 13, 16

Winfield, Paul – pages 10-11, 120

Winters, Talia – pages 102, 135, 149, 353

Woronov, Mary – page 40

Yerma – page 372

York, Michael – pages 27, 115, 138, 140, 164-165, 263, 326

Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, The – pages 170, 231

Young Riders, The – page 16

Yugoslavia – pages 245, 366, 370

Z'ha'dum – pages 1, 68-69, 75, 101, 185, 187, 204, 219, 222, 292, 297-298, 310, 345-346, 348

Zagros 7 – pages 21-22

Zathras – pages 172, 243, 250, 307

Zeiss, Martin – page 281

Zen Garden – pages 97, 173-174, 204, 207-208

Zócalo – pages 46-47, 79, 113