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Echoes of All Our Conversations, Volume 6

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Publication Date: August 15, 2012
Retire Date: May 31, 2013
Retail Price: $69.00
Pages: 351

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

Photo of Bill Mumy as Lennier

THE VOLUME 6 COLLECTION INCLUDES
✔  A 351-page book of the complete, uncensored transcripts of 34 interviews with the Babylon 5 cast and key crew conducted during the production of 3 TV Movies and The Lost Tales.
✔  41 never-before-seen, behind-the-scenes photographs accompanying the interviews, plus 1 storyboard, 2 concept sketches and 2 production documents.
✔  Hand-autographed by Bill Mumy.
✔  A personal message from Bill Mumy.
✔  Collectible postcard and bookmark with a Lennier quote selected by Bill Mumy.
✔  Never-before-heard group interview with Richard Biggs, Julie Caitlin Brown, Carrie Dobro, Jerry Doyle, Peter Jurasik, Marjorie Monaghan during the 2001 Chiller Theater Convention. This interview is NOT in the book but a Guide to the Voices is on the book's last page (and at the bottom of this webpage).

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

Bookmark with Lennier quote selected by Bill Mumy
Bookmark with Lennier quote
selected by Bill Mumy
Volume 6 Bonus Audio CD with Group Interview
BONUS AUDIO CD
Never-before-heard interview interview with
Richard Biggs, Julie Caitlin Brown, Carrie Dobro,
Jerry Doyle, Peter Jurasik and Marjorie Monaghan.
This interview is NOT in the book, but a Guide to
the Voices is included on the last page (and the
bottom of this webpage).
A SAMPLING OF WHAT IS REVEALED IN VOLUME 6

The interviews with the cast and crew in this volume occurred during the time frame 1998-2007, which included the filming of A Call to Arms, Crusade, The Legend of the Rangers, the aborted Babylon 5 flight simulator game and direct-to-DVD The Lost Tales.

  • REVEALED: The entire B-story that was taken out of "Gropos."
  • Why Bruce Boxleitner thought Babylon 5's ending was similar to the conclusion of The Sopranos.
  • Michael O'Hare's reaction to seeing himself in Minbari makeup.
  • The hobbies Andreas Katsulas took up after Babylon 5 that he considered "more challenging than acting."
  • Pop quiz: In the episode "The Wheel of Fire," where did you see a bowl of oranges.
  • Why actor Tim Choate refused to give the actor playing Zathras's workmate, Spragg, any acting pointers, even though he asked for them constantly.
  • Which episode began life as a story about Sheridan's father...before going in a very different direction.
  • The exact words JMS uttered when responding to Bill Mumy's assertion that "Lennier is in love with Delenn."
  • The scene with Mira where, even off camera, Bill Mumy said, "Tears were running down my face...every single time."
  • Why Michael O'Hare would rent convertible sports cars.
  • The reason Lennier's "bone sprouted" between seasons.
  • The connection between Baywatch and Babylon 5.
  • How V almost ruined Babylon 5.
  • The costume that made Michael O'Hare feel like "a waiter in an Arabian restaurant."
  • The process that, according to director Janet Greek, "the producers on Babylon 5 do not ever involve the director in."
  • The thing Patricia Tallman believes Lyta only did "twice in the whole five years."
  • Who really "wrote" one character's dialogue in "Gropos." (Hint: It wasn't writer Larry DiTillio or JMS.)
  • JMS's generosity towards Michael O'Hare, from giving him $5,000 to keep him afloat, to buying a $2,500 ad promoting his guest appearance in The Cosby Mysteries.
  • Why Patricia Tallman believed that, story-wise, Babylon 5 needed a sixth season.
  • The moment producer John Copeland decided that Babylon 5 had a "charmed existence" and would be able to overcome just about any obstacle.
  • How Babylon 5 could have been hit with a lawsuit...over a name.
  • Bill Mumy's five-page account of why Lennier's actions in "Objects at Rest" felt "totally wrong," why he believed he couldn't go to JMS about it and how he would have preferred it to play out.
  • The shot which prompted the crew to give actor Tim Choate "massive applause."
  • The thing that "bred a very strange insecurity amongst the cast," according to Bill Mumy.
  • What made Mira Furlan feel "totally excluded as an actor."
  • The episode Larry DiTillio thought was "mis-cast" and whose "Anglo sensibilities" he blamed.
  • The guest actor who couldn't remember his lines and had to have cue cards hidden in "strategic places."
  • Who believed Robert Rusler couldn't make his dialogue as Warren Keffer believable.
  • How JMS benefitted from having the same agent as Marc Scott Zicree early in both their careers.
  • The guest actor whose real life was the basis for Steven Seagal's Navy SEAL character in Under Siege.
  • What was meant by the statement, "There wouldn't be a Zack Allan if it wasn't for Lou Welch's mistake."
  • Mira Furlan's uncensored reaction to Lennier's eleventh-hour betrayal in "Objects at Rest."
  • Why Peter Jurasik believed that Bruce Boxleitner felt betrayed at the end of the series.
  • The episode that was written to minimize interactions between Jerry Doyle and Michael O'Hare.
  • The actress who said "Thirdspace was basically one big, long bad hair day for me."
  • Why Bill Mumy was "always schmoozing the guest cast."
  • The action in "The Corps Is Mother, the Corps Is Father" that Walter Koenig believed would have left Bester with "absolutely no redeeming quality" if it had been played as written.
  • Why producer John Copeland doubted that Babylon 5 could "have gone on with Michael [O'Hare] on it."
  • The technique popularized by director John Woo that director Mike Vejar would use on Babylon 5 to add an emotional element to everything on screen.
  • Why producer John Copeland said to Babylon 5 directors being considered for Crusade, "If you don't do it this way, you ain't coming back."
  • What Bruce Boxleitner thought about the direct-to-DVD distribution of The Lost Tales.
  • Producer John Copeland reveals his version of the events that led up to the sale of Babylon 5's pilot...and recounts Paramount's handling of the script prior to announcing Deep Space Nine.
  • The scene Michael O'Hare considered one of his favorites.
  • The situation in which Patricia Tallman believed JMS fell into the "clutches of some evil people."
  • What prompted Michael O'Hare to say, "My testicles felt about the size of two small frozen peas."
  • JMS's approach to a long-term story arc for The Legend of the Rangers...if it had gone to series.
  • Which episodes of season five stood out for former story editor Larry DiTillio...even though he hadn't worked on the show in three years.
  • Why writer Larry DiTillio liked writing characters like Garibaldi better than Sinclair or Sheridan.
  • Why director Mike Vejar found it hard to get any drama going while filming on the White Star.
  • The "twisted relationship" JMS and producer John Copeland had with Mattel toys.
  • Which actor said, "Ninety percent of all the heads on Babylon 5 are cast off my head."
  • Why Patricia Tallman "freaked out" when JMS told her to react to Kosh as though "you see God."
  • Why Delenn's black contact lenses were dropped from her makeup (other than the fact that they were painful).
  • What actor Tim Choate did NOT do in his audition that became one of Zathras's key characteristics.
  • The emotion that bled through Peter Jurasik during his farewell scene with Andreas Katsulas.
  • Bruce Boxleitner's glee that he still fit in his Babylon 5 costume...on the set of The Lost Tales.
  • What Peter Jurasik thought of Londo's final appearance in "Objects at Rest."
  • The only moment that Bill Mumy thought "Lennier is completely out of control."
  • The beloved Babylon 5 guest stars that director Janet Greek wanted to bring back in her final episode.
  • How Legend of the Rangers set decorator Barry Kemp used Bissell vacuum cleaners, the backs of Dirt Devils, ice cube trays and cheap, plastic Taiwanese lawn sprinklers.
  • The story that never got written involving Zack killing an alien child, and the subsequent trial.
  • The award that director Janet Greek didn't even know she had won.
  • Why Babylon 5's renewal process was so frustratingly last minute.
  • The actor who said to legendary acting teacher Lee Strasberg, "I have more discipline in my little finger that you've got in your entire class!"
  • Why JMS hired Christopher Franke to score The Legend of the Rangers after employing composer Evan H. Chen on Crusade.
  • Why Peter Woodward, on the set of The Lost Tales, thought it was good that Crusade was "unfinished."
  • What Bill Mumy thought of the big-budget Lost in Space movie.
  • Tim Choate's comparison of Zathras to I Love Lucy's Ricky Ricardo.
  • The exact first words Bruce Boxleitner spoke to Michael O'Hare.
  • The situation that prompted Bruce Boxleitner and Bill Mumy to sit around singing Beatles songs on the White Star.
  • Which set Patricia Tallman referred to as "the Muppet Sector."
  • The story behind this quote: "Listen, I have my head on a silver platter, would you like to try it?" and the reply, "If it's in fairly good shape and your features haven't changed, we'll use it."
  • The one thing Peter Jurasik would fault Michael O'Hare for.
  • The "incident" director Janet Greek had with Michael O'Hare on the set of "A Voice in the Wilderness" that caused her to shut down production.
  • Why an appreciation of JMS in a convention program was titled "Is There Any Stricture Against Kicking Them in the Nuts?"
  • How Bill Mumy and Mira Furlan were arbiters of all things Minbari on the set.
  • Writer Larry DiTillio never agreed with the poisoning of Adira Tyree in "Interludes and Examinations." Find out why.
  • Why JMS brought Mira Furlan a "huge amount of red flowers" early on in the pilot.
  • The subtleties Bill Mumy incorporated into his portrayal of Lennier that some viewers might not have noticed.
  • The post-Babylon 5 audition for the part of an aging ex-action hero to which Bruce Boxleitner brought his Sheridan action figure.
  • Why the Babylon 5 crew never resisted any of director Janet Greek's radical ideas.
  • The day the crew put a toilet seat on Kosh...and there was nothing he could do about it.
  • Why Peter Jurasik didn't see In the Beginning on its initial TNT broadcast.
  • The reason Bill Mumy agreed to guest star on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
  • Which guest actor kept a count of his on-screen deaths and was up to eighty-four at the time of his interview.
  • Which actor said, "...I paid for every single piece of it because I just thought it was something my character would have."
  • The sign on the Liandra that is discreetly placed, but always in view, and which reads, "Fuck TNT"...in Minbari.
  • The phone call practical joke Andreas Katsulas and Douglas Netter played on Peter Jurasik...who thought it wasn't really Doug but Stephen Furst doing an impersonation of Babylon 5's executive producer.
  • How this sentence was completed by a high-profile crew member: "There are two people who have a big impact on the mood on the set. One is the _____ and the other is the ______."
  • Jerry Doyle's "irrational" behavior about consummating his character's relationship with Dodger.
  • The situation where producer John Copeland would "leave room to be surprised."
  • Why Peter Jurasik thought that the regent's death scene lasted too long.
  • The cutting-edge tech used in 1987 to send Captain Power scripts back and forth from Canada.
  • Why Ivanova was a fan of jazz, why Sheridan played baseball and why Vir loved opera.
  • Peter Jurasik's approach to Londo's final scene with Sheridan and Delenn.
  • What was so confusing for Peter Woodward while shooting The Lost Tales, and how Bruce Boxleitner and he approached the difficulty.
  • Which high-profile Babylon 5 guest star read some of the B5 novels, and what he thought of them.
  • How Peter Jurasik completed this sentence: "I'll reveal something to you, I've done this twice in my life and I'm not proud of it, but I will actually __________."
  • Why director Mike Vejar was taken with the stage direction in the script for "The Face of the Enemy" that read "Sheridan is taken down as if by hyenas."
  • The scene Patricia Tallman describes as a "Three Stooges routine!"
  • Richard Biggs's one complaint about the Franklin addiction storyline.
  • The season that Bruce Boxleitner considered to be the show's strongest.
  • Which actor was "in tears" when telling Patricia Tallman, "Claudia is leaving."
  • How the experience of shooting Crusade was different from Babylon 5, from an actor's point of view.
  • The episode that producer John Copeland felt was the first one to be "hitting on all cylinders."
  • Why Martin Sheen had a hard time with the alien nature of the soul hunter in The River of Souls.
  • Peter Jurasik's poignant perspective on the ending of the series.
  • The recurring guest actor who originally read for the role of Garibaldi.
  • Janet Greek's account of directing the actors for the Babylon 5 flight simulator game (and why it took some actors as many as twelve takes), the Babylon 5 game's plot and which character was taped telling the game's prospective player that s/he had died in eight different, imaginative ways.
  • Why JMS wanted somebody from Babylon 5 in The Legends of the Rangers, and how a "bowl of ice cream the size of Latvia" led him to Andreas Katsulas.
  • The thing that caused the producers to lose their objectivity about their production choices, including the hiring of directors.
  • What Bill Mumy meant when he said, "I think the show should be spanked for not doing it consistently."
  • The actor who said, "Everybody in my family was a professor of some language."
  • Would Bill Mumy play Lennier again if he were asked?
  • How actress Maggie Egan, who played the long-unnamed ISN anchor, discovered her character's name was Jane.
  • The suggestion producer John Copeland made to fans who wanted a "different perspective on the characters and alternate points of view of what happened to them.
  • The actor who knew nothing about B5 but whose parents "went nuts" when they learned she was playing a Minbari.
  • How Mira Furlan created Delenn for her audition with only one scene to work on.
  • What prompted Bill Mumy to say, "It was the only episode out of the 110 that were made that I was acting in."
  • Why director Janet Greek wanted an "androgynous woman to be Kosh."
  • Producer John Copeland's answer to the question, "If you did the pilot now [after season five], would you do it with the same actors?"
  • Surprise: two photos of Andreas Katsulas in his G'Kar costume BUT without his makeup and mask. It is believed that these are the only two photos of him like this ever published.
  • A reflective Peter Jurasik sharing his uncensored opinions of key episodes: "Objects at Rest," "Darkness Ascending," "The Fall of Centauri Prime," "Day of the Dead," "A Tragedy of Telepaths," "The Quality of Mercy," "Soul Mates," "The Geometry of Shadows"...and the song he wrote with Bill Mumy memorializing the experience.
TABLE OF CONTENTS FOR VOLUME 6

  • Introduction: The Antepenultimate Word
  • John Copeland - Producer (3 June & 3 Sept 1998)
  • Mira Furlan - Delenn (15 July 1998)
  • Janet Greek - Director (17 & 20 July 1998)
  • Bill Mumy - Lennier (28 July 1998)
  • Maggie Egan - Jane, the ISN Anchor (10 Aug 1998)
  • Mike Vejar - Director (12 Aug 1998)
  • Bill Mumy - Lennier (19 Nov 1998)
  • Curt Lowens - Varn (2 Dec 1998)
  • Patricia Tallman - Lyta Alexander (28 Jan 1999)
  • Michael O'Hare - Jeffrey Sinclair (29 Jan 1999)
  • Lawrence G. DiTillio - Writer (1 Feb 1999)
  • Peter Jurasik - Londo Mollari (2 Feb 1999)
  • Tim Choate - Zathras (6 Apr 1999)
  • Janet Greek - Director (10 Apr 1999)
  • Bruce Boxleitner - John Sheridan (12 Apr 1999)
  • Richard Biggs - Stephen Franklin (3 May 1999)
  • Marshall Teague - Ta'Lon (17 May 1999)
  • Gregg Maday - Warner Bros. (24 Aug 1999)
  • D.C. Fontana - Writer (10 Sept 2001)
  • Walter Koenig - Alfred Bester (6 Dec 2001)
  • Introduction: The Penultimate Word
  • J. Michael Straczynski - Creator/Executive Producer (30 May 2001)
  • Dylan Neal - David Martel (1 June 2001)
  • Myriam Sirois - Sarah Cantrell (1 June 2001)
  • Dean Marshall - Malcolm Bridges (1 June 2001)
  • Stephen Geaghan - Production Designer (1 June 2001)
  • Warren T. Takeuchi - Kitaro Sasaki (1 June 2001)
  • Enid-Raye Adams - Firell (1 June 2001)
  • Alex Zahara - Dulann (1 June 2001)
  • Douglas Netter - Executive Producer (1 June 2001)
  • Andreas Katsulas - G'Kar (5 June 2001)
  • J. Michael Straczynski - Creator/Executive Producer (10 Dec 2001)
  • Introduction: The Last Word
  • Tracy Scoggins - Elizabeth Lochley (4 June 2007)
  • Peter Woodward - Galen (13 June 2007)
  • Bruce Boxleitner - John Sheridan (14 June 2007)
  • Guide to the Voices in the Bonus Audio Interview
GUIDE TO THE VOICES ON THE BONUS DISC

Guide to the Voices in the Volume 6 CD Audio Interview

Index

20th Century Fox – pages 45, 88-89

ABC – pages 7, 42

Academy Award – page 211

Acavone, Jay – page 230

Ace Award (nomination) – page 138

"Acts of Sacrifice" – page 218

Adams, Enid-Raye – pages 262, 288-295

ADI – page 273

Alaska – page 227

Albany – page 65

Alexander, Lyta – pages 101, 108

Alexander, Wayne – pages 72, 180

Alison – page 101

"All Alone in the Night" – pages 58, 64

Allan, Zack – pages 115, 134, 141-142, 200

Amazon.com – page 327

"And All My Dreams, Torn Asunder" – pages 22, 38, 56

"And Now for a Word" – page 58

"And the Sky Full of Stars" – pages 27-30, 76, 121, 123, 127, 143, 246

Anderson, Gillian – page 122

Anderson, Pamela – page 326

Anderson, Richard Dean – pages 229-230

Anla-shok – pages 265, 299

Ansara, Michael – pages 71, 156

Apoian, Jerry – page 15

"Appearances and Other Deceits" – pages 101, 117, 119, 131, 147

Armageddon – pages 231-232

Arnold, Benedict – pages 47, 50

Arri 535 – page 69

Arthur, King – page 185

Ashley, Lauren – page 244

Asia – page 209

Atlanta, Georgia – pages 116, 327

"Atonement" – page 76

Attenborough, Richard – page 337

Auberjonois, Rene – page 228

Australia – pages 11, 167

Babylon 5: The Lost Tales – pages 302, 319-323, 326-328, 330-332, 336, 339-341, 343, 347, 349

Babylon Emporium – page 72

"Babylon Squared" – pages 78-79, 165, 168, 171

Babylonian Productions – pages 1, 63, 65-66, 69, 101, 105, 119, 145, 158-160, 183

Baen Books – page 148

Bajoran – page 87

Baltimore, Maryland – page 6

Banks, Jonathan – page 229

Barbie doll – page 291

Barnes – pages 40, 43

Baron, Blaire – page 109

Barron, Dana – page 244

Barton, Mischa – page 337

Batman – page 49

Battlestar Galactica – pages 63, 343, 350

Baywatch – page 12

BBC – pages 5-6

Beatles, The – page 188

Beethoven, Ludwig van – page 151

Behr, Ira Steven – pages 61, 87, 90

"Believers" – pages 126-127, 201-202, 204-205

Ben Zayn, Ari – page 139

Berkley/Ace – page 183

Berlin, Germany – pages 116, 118

Bester, Alfred – pages 17, 77, 244-251

Beta Colony – page 279

Bewitched – page 15

Bey, Turhan – page 35

"Beyond the Rim" – page 94

Biggs, Lori – page 349

Biggs, Richard – pages 2, 102, 106, 136, 200-208, 319, 327, 345, 349

Bikel, Theodore – page 139

Birk, Raye – page 191

Blackpool – pages 92, 111, 115, 181, 194, 247

Blish, James – page 132

Bolivia – page 227

"Born to the Purple" – pages 13, 131-132, 141, 152-153, 156

Bosnia – page 49

Boxleitner, Bruce – pages 1, 29, 33, 55, 70, 86, 102, 129, 137, 143, 160, 182-200, 217-218, 231, 248, 312, 319-320, 323-325, 332, 339-350

Boxleitner, Michael Garrett – pages 186, 231

Boys in Autumn, The – page 250

Bradbury, Ray – page 90

Brakiri – page 152

Bridges, Malcolm – pages 278-279, 300

British Columbia Film Awards – page 298

Broadway – pages 98, 189

Brown, Julie Caitlin – page 153

Brown Sector – pages 104-105

Bruckheimer, Jerry – page 232

Buckingham Palace – page 337

Bugs Bunny – page 297

Burbank, California – page 83

Burch, Scott – page 199

Bureau 13 – pages 133, 142

Burnaby – page 273

Burns, Kevin – page 91

Bush, George W. – page 332

Buzz Lightyear: Star Command – page 92

Cage, Nicolas – pages 213, 337

Calgary – page 290

California – pages 20, 119, 173

Call to Arms, A – pages 1, 5, 14-15, 19, 50, 66, 101, 119, 131, 147, 165, 177, 183, 196, 201, 209, 259, 332, 343-344

Calvet, Camille – page 228

Campbell, Neve – page 337

Canada – pages 5, 11, 83, 230, 267, 304, 345

Cantor's – page 203

Cantrell, Sarah – pages 272-274, 277, 281, 300, 315-316

Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future – pages 5-6, 139, 257, 264, 305

Captain Simian and the Space Monkeys – page 243

Carlin, Mike – page 43

Carr, Jane – page 155

Carrow, Lynn – page 305

Cartagia – pages 153, 162

Carter, Chris – page 255

Carter, Jason – pages 74, 203, 206

Cartwright, Angela – page 89

Casablanca – page 11

CBS – pages 7, 10, 81, 187, 239, 255, 267

Centauri – pages 32, 35, 70, 138, 152, 154, 240, 343

Centauri Prime – pages 150, 162, 257, 317

"Ceremonies of Light and Dark" – pages 53, 59

CGI – pages 31, 126, 185, 215, 316, 324, 329-330, 334

Changeling – pages 327, 342

Cheers – page 128

Chekov, Pavel – pages 247-248, 251

Chen, Even – page 258

Chen, Li – page 285

Chicago Cubs – page 137

Chicago, Illinois – page 173

Choate, Tim – pages 2, 77, 164-175

Chris-Craft – pages 7, 233

Christian, Claudia – pages 14, 40, 59, 71, 74, 79, 95, 114-115, 137, 140, 158, 170, 175, 186, 194, 349

"Chrysalis" – pages 30-32, 63

Cinar – page 94

Cinemax – page 7

Cole, Gary – pages 1, 224-225, 348

Cole, Marcus – pages 53, 59, 74

Collins, Michael – page 217

Columbia (NASA shuttle) – page 232

"Comes the Inquisitor" – pages 72-73

"Coming of Shadows" – pages 34, 162

Communion – page 64

Compton, Richard – pages 12-13, 16, 20, 108, 110, 121, 156, 158-159, 215

Conaway, Jeff – pages 115, 142, 200

"Confessions and Lamentations" – pages 63, 204

"Conflicts of Interest" – pages 165, 174

Connery, Sean – page 213

Conquest – page 336

"Convictions" – pages 47, 73, 92

Coolidge, Martha – page 41

Coon, Gene L. – page 137

Cooney, Brian – pages 95, 341

Copeland, John – pages 2, 4-17, 20, 26, 30, 34, 46, 49, 69-70, 80, 92, 107, 116, 120, 139, 149, 160, 163, 169, 172, 177-178, 192, 214-215, 217-218, 221, 223, 234

"Corps Is Mother, the Corps Is Father" – pages 244, 247, 249-250

Cosby Mysteries, The – pages 124, 126

Cotto, Vir – pages 72-73, 137, 155-156

Cox, Courteney – page 185

Crawford, Michael – page 189

Cronkite, Walter – page 66

Crowley, David L. – page 142

Crusade – pages 1-2, 14-15, 17, 25-26, 38-39, 50-51, 63, 65-67, 69, 75, 84-85, 87, 97, 101-102, 111, 116-117, 119, 131, 134, 140, 147, 159-160, 165, 173-174, 177, 180-181, 183, 201, 208-209, 224, 233, 241, 245-246, 253, 255-260, 263, 273, 279, 281, 285, 289, 297, 303-304, 307, 315, 317-319, 321-322, 324, 332-333, 338, 344, 347-348

Da Vinci's Inquest – page 292

Daniels – page 209

Dante's Cove – pages 327-328

"Darkness Ascending" – pages 5, 38, 55, 104, 106, 150

Darrin (Bewitched) – page 15

Darth Vader – page 93

David, Peter – pages 43, 46, 71, 94, 155

Davis, Jason – page 319

"Day in the Strife, A" – pages 218, 220-221

"Day of the Dead" – pages 134, 144, 152-153

De Cunto, Gabe – page 112

De Luca, Michael – page 45

Deadly Relations: Bester Ascendant – page 245

"Deathwalker" – pages 132, 140, 143

DeFilipps, Kurt – pages 18, 68, 182, 199

Del Rey Books – pages 253, 255

Delenn – pages 19-23, 47, 51-54, 56, 58-59, 72, 74, 77, 92-94, 133, 149-150, 155, 184, 192, 342

denn-bok – pages 87, 267, 286

DiLeo, Mario – page 58

Diplomatic Act – page 148

Dirt Devils – page 282

Disney – page 92

"Distant Origin" (Star Trek: Voyager) – page 228

"Distant Star, A" – page 242

DiTillio, Lawrence G. – pages 2, 6, 131-145, 203, 242

Ditko, Steve – page 43

"Divided Loyalties" – pages 111-112

Dobro, Carrie – pages 15, 26

Dourif, Brad – page 58

Dow, Tony – pages 15, 56, 66, 76, 90, 153, 191

DownBelow – page 185

Downes, Robin Atkin – page 105

Downing, Steve – page 81

Doyle, Jerry – pages 38, 135, 146, 152, 158, 189, 200, 206, 243, 248, 252, 307, 319, 321

Dr. Demento Show, The – page 44

Draal – page 99

Drake, Nelson – pages 2, 209, 214-218

Drazi – pages 71, 106-107, 215, 256

Drennan, Kathryn – page 307

Dreyfuss, Richard – page 326

Dukhat – page 76

Dulann – pages 262, 291-292, 296-301

Dumont, Margaret – page 147

Durman, Elizabeth – pages 134-136, 141

"Each Night I Dream of Home" – pages 102, 201, 241, 245, 253, 255, 263, 273, 279, 281, 285, 289, 297, 303, 307, 315

Eagle, David J. – pages 56, 174

Earls, Tim – page 24

Earthforce – page 198

Eastman, Rodney – page 240

Eastwood, Clint – pages 327, 341-342

Edgars, William – page 81

Edgars-Garibaldi, Lise – page 134

Eerie, Indiana – page 216

Egan, Maggie – pages 63-67

Egan, Tracy – page 65

Ellison, Harlan – pages 132, 183, 250

Elric – pages 71, 156

Emmy Award – page 72

"Endgame" – pages 63, 107

England – pages 19, 115, 124, 337-338

Enterprise, USS – pages 1, 61

Epsilon 3 – page 98

Equalizer, The – page 225

"Eyes" – page 39

"Face of the Enemy" – pages 76-77, 80, 82, 190, 250

"Fall of Centauri Prime, The" – page 150

"Fall of Night, The" – page 35

FBI – pages 122, 335, 337

Ferrer, Miguel – pages 40, 42

Firell – pages 262, 288-289, 291-292

Fishler, Stephen – page 42

fjords – page 319

Flinn, John C., III – pages 29, 50-51, 56, 69-72, 74, 76, 83, 102, 107, 128, 139, 155, 224

Florida – pages 34, 247

Fontana, D.C. – pages 240-243

Ford, Whitey – page 151

Fossey, Dian – page 323

Foster, Jodie – page 335

Foundation Imaging – page 241

Franke, Christopher – page 258

Franklin, Richard – pages 136, 203-204

Franklin, Stephen – pages 82-83, 114, 136, 201-207, 317, 319

Frazier lens – page 83

Fremont, Anthony – page 88

Fugitive, The – page 307

Furlan, Mira – pages 1, 18-23, 31, 40, 48, 50, 54-55, 58-59, 77, 79-80, 86, 93, 95, 99, 131, 133, 150, 156, 170, 179, 186, 193, 345, 349

Furst, Stephen – pages 46, 56, 70, 76, 137, 149, 240, 308

G'Kar – pages 22, 60, 73-74, 78, 80, 83, 102-104, 106, 133, 142, 150, 153, 159, 162, 185, 220-221, 223-224, 226-227, 257, 275, 298, 305-314, 317, 319, 342

Gaiman, Neil – pages 134, 141, 143

Gajic, Goran – pages 22-23, 38, 56

Galen – pages 15, 331-333, 342

Garibaldi, Michael – pages 38, 76, 81, 104-105, 134-136, 141-142, 145, 152, 189, 195, 200, 205, 214, 323

Gathering, The – pages 11, 109, 146, 253

Geaghan, Stephen – pages 259, 281-283

Geer, Will – page 349

GeoCities – page 268

"Geometry of Shadows" – pages 69-70, 156-157, 162

Georgia – page 211

Gerrold, David – page 241

Ghiran, Valeria – page 66

Gideon, Matthew – page 322

Gilbert, Melissa – pages 184, 186, 199, 231

Glenn, Scott – page 212

Goldsman, Akiva – page 45

Goodfellas – page 160

Gordon, Byron – pages 104-106, 114

Gotham City – page 49

"Grail" – pages 126, 177, 180

Gray, Harriman – page 139

Grayson, Dick – page 49

Greek, Janet – pages 2, 25-38, 55-56, 98, 104, 106, 115, 121, 127, 156, 177-181, 226

Greek, Savannah – page 27

Greenberg, Michael – page 230

"Gropos" – pages 63, 134-138, 141, 204

"Gut Reactions" – pages 46, 94

Haimer, Robert – page 43

Hallmark – pages 55, 257, 349

Hamill, Mark – pages 41-42

Hant, Shelley – page 229

Harris, Jonathan – pages 39, 89-91, 93

Hawaii – pages 50, 327

Hawaii Five-O – page 348

Hayes, Gabby – page 141

HBO – pages 7, 260

Heston, Charlton – page 213

Higgins, Joanne – page 192

Hikaru, Chen – page 244

"Hippocratic Oath" (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) – page 228

Hitchcock, Alfred – pages 140, 175

Hitchhiker, The – page 138

Hitler, Adolf – pages 98, 132, 331

Holland – page 98

Hollywood – pages 10-11, 67, 88, 111, 116, 152, 230, 232

Hollywood Reporter, The – page 124

Hopkins, Anthony – pages 299, 335

Hopkins, Stephen – page 45

Hoskins, Bob – page 335

Houdini – page 97

"Hour of the Wolf" – page 188

Howard's End – page 169

Hugo Award – pages 34, 184, 348

Hypernauts – pages 180, 242-243

Iacovelli, John – pages 7, 12, 283

Ikarran – pages 2, 216

"Illusion of Truth, The" – page 56

In the Beginning – pages 32, 53, 60, 76, 82, 122, 128, 161, 193, 206, 286, 304

"Infection" – pages 2, 120, 122, 209, 214-217, 224

Innovation Comics – page 43

"Interludes and Examinations" – page 134

"Intersections in Real Time" – pages 190-191

Interstellar Alliance – page 342

"Into the Fire" – pages 165, 176-177, 183, 190, 201, 209, 233

Ironside, Michael – page 345

ISN – pages 8, 13, 44, 49, 51, 61, 63, 65-66, 73, 80, 88, 94, 101, 103, 113, 117, 136-137, 140-141, 153, 184, 186, 188, 196, 218, 221, 256, 267, 275, 281, 291, 293, 297, 299, 322, 325, 343-344, 346

Italy – page 7

Ivanova, Susan – pages 135, 137, 140-141, 194

Jackson, Kate – page 211

Jackson, Samuel L. – page 332

Jane (ISN reporter) – pages 63, 67

Japan – page 7

Jem'Hadar – page 228

Jenerators – pages 40, 94

Jeopardy – page 325

Jeremiah – pages 258, 260, 318

Johnston, Jim – pages 63, 76, 79, 125, 139, 157, 168

Jolie, Angelina – page 327

Jordan, Gregor – page 337

Jupiter – page 39

Jurasik, Barbara – page 150

Jurasik, Benjamin – page 150

Jurasik, Peter – pages 1, 32, 34, 40, 70, 72, 95, 112, 116, 132, 146-163, 240, 307-308, 311, 345

Kafta – page 259

Kanater, Ismail – pages 152, 156

Kaplan, Jonathan Charles – page 126

Katsulas, Andreas – pages 21, 32, 34, 40, 64, 73, 76-77, 95, 102-103, 106, 109-110, 117, 133, 150-151, 153, 155, 158-159, 161-162, 219-221, 223, 253, 257-258, 287, 293, 305-314, 317, 319, 342, 344-345, 349

Keffer, Warren – page 138

Keith, Bill, Jr. – page 148

Keller, Jack – page 73

Kemp, Barry – page 282

Kennedy, John F. – page 66

Kevlar – page 323

Keyes, J. Gregory – page 245

Kim, Harry – page 287

Kimmel, Sidney – page 337

Kirk, James – pages 127, 248

Klingon – page 247

Knight One – page 133

Knight Two – pages 28, 133, 246

"Knives" – pages 137, 141-142

Kobe, Rick – page 89

Koenig, Walter – pages 28, 76, 244-251

Kosh – pages 31, 35-36, 109, 112-114, 134, 185-186

Kowalski, Peter B. – page 86

Krantz, Judith – page 185

Krimmer, Wortham – page 153

Kromagg – page 230

Kruger, Diane – page 337

Kung Fu: The Legend Continues – page 233

Kyle, Benjamin – page 109

Landfield, Tim – page 173

Lansbury, Angela – page 27

Larroquette, John – pages 39, 91

Las Vegas – pages 159-160

"Late Delivery from Avalon" – pages 68, 75-76, 185, 205

Latvia – page 257

Lazarenn – page 204

LCD – page 83

"Learning Curve" – pages 70, 195

Ledger, Peter – page 6

Lee, Reggie – page 244

Lee, Tommy – page 326

"Legacies" – page 242

Legend of the Rangers – pages 241, 245, 253, 255, 257, 259-261, 263, 266, 269, 273, 275, 279, 281, 285-286, 289, 294, 297, 303-304, 306-307, 310, 312, 314-315, 317, 319, 321, 331, 341, 344

LeJohn, Lawrence – pages 36-37

Lenard, Mark – page 250

Lennier – pages 22, 39, 45-61, 87, 92-94, 155

Leone, Sergio – page 198

Lestat – page 323

Liandra – pages 254, 256, 262, 276, 281, 283, 286, 299-300

Lochley, Elizabeth – pages 103-104, 194-195, 321-324, 326, 328-329, 342

Locke, Tembi – page 147

Lockhart, Annie – pages 63, 66

London, Damian – page 152

Lonesome Dove: The Outlaw Years – page 326

"Long Dark, The" – page 58

"Long Night, The" – pages 209, 224

Lorien – page 180

Lorkan – page 173

Los Angeles – pages 20, 26, 234, 250, 267

Los Angeles-class submarine – pages 281, 283

Lowens, Curt – pages 2, 97-99

Lucite – page 113

MacGyver – pages 81, 229-230

Macht, Stephen – page 220

Mack – pages 36, 143

MacLaine, Shirley – page 325

Maday, Gregg – pages 2, 10-11, 233-239, 328, 342, 346

Mafia – pages 255, 309

Magar, Guy – page 231

Malibu, California – page 161

Maray, Kiron – page 240

Markab – pages 204-205

Marshall, Dean – pages 278-280

Marshall, Marie – page 135

Martel, David – pages 257, 262-263, 265, 267, 271, 286, 299-300

Martin, Gregory – page 139

Marvel Comics – page 43

Marx, Christy – pages 177, 180, 243

Marx, Groucho – page 147

Matheson, John – page 101

Mattel – page 6

"Matters of Honor" – page 59

May, Bobby – page 91

Mayrand, Luc – page 96

McCleod, Ron – page 266

McDonalds – pages 157, 327

McHattie, Stephen – page 72

McIntyre, David – pages 75-76

McKellar, Danica – page 240

McLaine, Shirley – page 337

McNichol, Kristy – page 187

McQueen, Steve – pages 61, 126

McShane, Ian – page 51

medbay – pages 74, 262, 283

"Meditations on the Abyss" – page 83

medlab – pages 74, 203, 205-206

Medusa – page 224

Mel's Diner – page 307

"Memory of War" – pages 63, 69

Memphis Little Theater – page 210

Merlin – page 185

"Messages from Earth" – page 74

Metropolis Comics – page 42

Meyer, Barry – page 9

MGM – page 217

"Midnight on the Firing Line" – page 63

Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers – page 59

Minbar – pages 49, 80, 299, 317

Minbari – pages 1, 30, 53-56, 83, 130, 150, 154, 173, 256, 261, 282, 286, 289-291, 293, 298-300

Mollari, Londo – pages 13, 35, 47, 59, 72, 74, 78, 80, 92, 132-134, 137, 142, 145, 147-150, 152-153, 155-156, 158-159, 161-162, 241

Mona Lisa – page 335

Montreal, Canada – page 60

Morden – pages 31-32, 108, 153, 156

Mordred – page 93

Morella – pages 157, 222

Morrow, Bruce – page 79

Moss, Carrie-Anne – page 332

"Movements of Fire and Shadow" – pages 19, 25, 106

Mumy, Bill – pages 1, 3, 31, 39-62, 74, 83, 86-95, 154-155, 159, 173, 188, 349

Mumy, Eileen – page 42

Mumy, Liliana – page 41

Mumy, Seth – page 59

Murphy, Fred V., II – pages 15, 50, 179

Murrell, John – page 294

Mutai – page 140

Na'Toth – page 153

Nafeel, Dureena – pages 15, 26, 134

Narn – pages 1, 32, 154, 209, 222, 226, 256-257, 259

NASA – pages 231-232

Nashville, Tennessee – page 95

Nazi – pages 92, 98, 154

Nazzaro, Joe – pages 2, 5, 19, 119, 183, 209, 241

NBC – pages 7, 65, 186-187

NDR – page 7

Neal, Dylan – pages 257, 262-271, 275, 290-292, 305, 311, 313

Neame, Christopher – pages 28-29, 246

"Needs of Earth, The" – pages 1, 25, 39, 63, 233

Neroon – page 185

Netter, Douglas – pages 6, 12, 20, 120, 192, 234, 255, 264, 273, 289, 302-305, 308, 327, 333, 341, 346

Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory – page 232

New Guinea – page 49

New Jersey – page 323

New York – pages 14, 19-20, 42, 44, 79, 111, 130, 170, 210, 315

Nexus convention – page 118

NHK – page 7

Nickelodeon – pages 60-62, 94

Nickson, Julia – page 126

Niemi, Lisa – page 213

Nimoy, Adam – page 112

Nimoy, Leonard – page 90

"No Compromises" – page 34

"No Surrender, No Retreat" – pages 80, 162

Norris, Chuck – page 267

North Carolina – page 309

North Hollywood – pages 109, 345

Number One – pages 140, 160, 172, 224

NYPD Blue – pages 69, 161

O'Connell, Charlie – page 231

O'Connor, Raymond – pages 36-37

O'Hare, Michael – pages 1, 28, 78, 109-110, 118-130, 143, 158-160, 170, 189, 236

Oakville – page 275

"Objects at Rest" – pages 4, 22, 45, 50, 58, 63, 86-87, 92-93, 102, 148-149, 196, 215, 224, 325

"Objects in Motion" – page 102

Odo – page 11

Optic Nerve – pages 214, 218, 259, 311

Oregon – page 26

Othello – page 201

Outpost Omega – page 41

Panavision – page 83

Pandemic – page 349

Papazian, Steve – page 10

Papillon – page 61

"Paragon of Animals, The" – pages 82, 100, 139

Paramount – pages 7, 87-89, 213, 235

Paris, France – page 309

Parker, Sue – page 283

"Parliament of Dreams, The" – pages 125, 162

"Passing Through Gethsemane" – pages 58, 112

"Path of Sorrows" – pages 87, 101

"Patterns of the Soul" – page 97

Pauley, Jane – page 65

Paxton, Bill – page 44

Peckinpah, David – pages 230-231

Peckinpah, Garrett – page 231

Phantom of the Opera – page 189

"Phoenix Rising" – pages 106, 144

Picard, Jean-Luc – page 127

Picasso, Pablo – pages 168-169

Plummer, Christopher – page 337

"Point of No Return" – pages 63, 157, 221-222

Pointman – page 233

"Points of Departure" – pages 29, 33

Polaris – pages 253, 315

Polix – pages 165, 173

Pomona, California – page 174

Posey, Stephen L. – page 142

Power, Jonathan – page 257

PPG – page 126

Presley, Elvis – page 217

Prisoner, The – page 137

Psi Corps – pages 17, 82, 245, 247, 258

PTEN – pages 7-12, 120-122, 233, 236, 238

Puerto Rico – page 51

"Quality of Mercy, The" – pages 59, 155

Quantum Leap – pages 8, 64

Rabehl, Ken – page 283

"Ragged Edge" – pages 220, 223-224

RAI – page 7

Rangers – pages 47, 49, 54, 59, 82, 92, 253-255, 258-259, 265-266, 285, 299, 303, 308, 312

Rattlesnake Productions – pages 6, 109

Reeves, George – page 59

Refa, Antono – pages 134, 154

Remar, James – page 349

Renaissance Records – page 95

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste – page 168

Revill, Clive – page 156

Ricardo, Ricky – page 167

"Rising Star" – pages 63, 66, 191

Ritz-Carlton – page 125

River of Souls, The – pages 1, 24-26, 50-51, 206

Robertson, Dick – page 7

Robinson, William – pages 39, 48, 91, 93

Robinsons – pages 45, 61

RoboCop – page 81

Rockford Files, The – page 348

Roddenberry, Gene – page 137

Roddenberry, Majel Barrett – pages 157, 222

Rogers, Roy – page 141

Romania – page 97

Romeo and Juliet – page 241

Rope – page 175

Rugrats – page 43

"Rules of the Game" – pages 165, 173

"Rumors, Bargains and Lies" – page 80

Russia – page 64

Rykodisc – page 95

Rysher – page 81

SAG – page 220

Sakai, Catherine – pages 14, 125-126

Samurai – pages 212, 221, 299

San Diego Comic-Con – pages 319, 341

Santa Clarita – pages 108, 159

Santa Monica – page 349

Sasaki, Kitaro – pages 284-286

Saudi Arabia – page 337

Scarecrow and Mrs. King – pages 70, 143, 197

Scoggins, Tracy – pages 95, 115, 194-195, 319-328, 332, 342, 346

Scotty – page 248

Scrooge, Ebenezer – page 249

Seagal, Steven – page 209

seaQuest DSV – page 197

Sebastian – pages 72-73

"Secrets of the Soul" – page 114

Seinfeld – pages 124, 128

Sekka, Johnny – pages 109, 146

Sentinel, The – page 298

"Severed Dreams" – pages 63, 66-67, 184

Shadows – pages 34, 53-54, 106, 113-114, 133, 136, 184, 190, 285-286

Shakespeare, William – pages 139, 214, 249 256

Sharpshooter – page 349

Shatner William – pages 16, 90

Sheen, Martin – pages 25-26, 51

Sheridan, Anna – page 186

Sheridan, John – pages 4, 33-36, 47, 49, 52, 64, 71-72, 77, 80, 92, 107, 134, 136, 141, 143, 149, 174, 183-186, 188, 190-195, 197-198, 218, 237, 310, 325, 331, 341-343

Sherman Oaks, California – page 183

"Ship of Tears" – page 76

Shirley – pages 325, 337

shiva – page 140

Shon – page 126

Shooter, Jim – page 43

Showtime – pages 7, 258

Sidney, George – page 217

Sidney Kimmel Entertainment – page 337

Sidney, Lillian – page 217

"Siege of AR-558, The" (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) – page 89

Sierra Online – pages 165, 176-178, 180, 183, 196, 201, 209, 233

"Signs and Portents" – page 32

Silver, Joel – page 212

Simpson, Homer – page 43

Sinclair, Jeffrey – pages 14, 28-30, 119-120, 124-129, 132, 139, 141, 143, 188-189, 235

Singh, Tarsem – page 337

Sirois, Myriam – pages 272-277, 285, 316

Sisko, Benjamin – page 137

Skywalker, Luke – page 285

Slater, Mary Jo – pages 20, 109

"Sleeping in Light" – pages 18, 50, 97, 149, 192-193, 200, 206-207, 322, 325, 342

Sliders – pages 147, 158, 230-231

Smith (Lost in Space) – pages 39, 45, 91

Smits, Jimmy – page 161

Solari – page 259

Sopranos, The – page 344

"Soul Hunter" – pages 25, 238

"Soul Mates" – page 155

Spectre – page 43

"Spider in the Web" – pages 134, 142

Spider-Man – page 43

Spragg – page 172

Sprite – page 323

St. Louis, Missouri – page 349

Stalag 17 – page 98

Stanley Park – page 230

Stapel, Chuck – page 217

Star Trek – pages 8-11, 16-17, 61-62, 70, 77, 84, 87, 90, 112, 124-127, 137, 163, 201, 215, 228, 233, 241, 245, 248, 251, 280, 344, 347

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – pages 11, 61, 84-85, 87, 89, 132, 137, 228, 235, 241

Star Trek: The Next Generation – pages 124-126

Star Trek: Voyager – pages 61-62, 84-85, 90, 228

Starfury – pages 179, 326

Stargate: Atlantis – pages 230, 333, 347

Stargate SG1 – pages 229, 230, 286, 298, 350

Steadicam – pages 50, 69, 179

Sternlicht, Suzanne Chambre – page 25

Stevens, Andrew – page 211

Straczynski, J. Michael – pages 6, 10, 16, 20, 25, 27, 45, 64, 70-72, 77, 101, 111-113, 116-117, 120, 123-124, 127, 129, 132-133, 148, 155, 160, 162-163, 165, 167, 177-178, 183, 190, 192, 195, 201, 203, 207, 217, 219, 234, 237, 241-242, 246-247, 249-250, 253-62, 264, 266, 268-269, 273, 279, 283, 285, 289, 293, 297, 299, 302-303, 307, 315-320, 323-325, 327, 329, 331, 336, 339-341, 345, 348

"Strange Relations" – page 326

Strasberg, Lee – pages 210, 216

Stratford – page 214

Streib – page 64

Streiber, Whitley – page 64

Sulu, Hikaru – page 287

Sun Valley, California – page 108

Superboy – pages 15, 61

Superman – pages 42, 59

"Survivors" – page 63

Swayze, Patrick – page 212

Swiss Family Robinson – page 90

Ta'Lon – pages 2, 185, 209, 211, 215, 217-224, 226-227

Takashima, Laurel – page 14

Takeuchi, Warren T. – pages 284-287

Tales from the Crypt – page 229

Tallman, Patricia – pages 1, 40, 82, 100-118, 146, 206, 349

Tannier – page 286

Teague, Marshall – pages 2, 122, 185, 209-232

telepath – pages 105, 114, 139, 144, 190, 195, 202-203, 246-247, 258, 291, 299

Television Academy – page 109

Terezakis, Bill – page 259

Texas – page 256

Thanksgiving – page 294

Theo, Brother – page 74

"There All the Honor Lies" – page 71

Thirdspace – pages 15, 28, 39, 63, 69, 115, 193

Thompson, Andrea – pages 111, 135, 158

Thompson, Evan – pages 7, 11, 233

Thornton, Ron – pages 7, 9-10, 12, 243

Three Stooges – page 106

Timov – page 155

Titan Books – pages 1, 241

"TKO" – pages 139-141

TNT – pages 1, 26, 33, 50-51, 103, 117, 119, 130, 183, 193, 197, 236, 238-239, 253, 256, 260, 303-304, 327, 344

Tomita, Tamlyn – page 109

Topper – page 211

Toronto – pages 6, 258, 305

"Tragedy of Telepaths" – page 153

Trakis – page 156

Tron – pages 157, 346

Turenne, Louis – pages 74, 99

Twilight Zone – pages 40, 61, 88

Tyree, Adira – pages 13, 134, 141, 152

Udenio, Fabiana – pages 152, 154

Uncle Sam – page 211

Under Siege – page 209

USA – page 315

Valen – pages 58, 124, 129, 286

Valentine, Ian – page 303

Valley Girl – page 41

Van Dyke, Dick – pages 88, 204

Van Peebles, Mario – page 349

Vancouver – pages 229, 253, 255, 258, 263, 273, 279, 281, 285, 289, 297, 302-303, 305, 313, 319, 324, 326, 333, 342-343, 346

Varn – pages 2, 96-97

Vejar, Michael – pages 2, 14, 26, 56, 69-85, 90, 156, 169, 171, 188, 190, 259, 281-282, 293, 310

Vejared – pages 68, 75

Ventura Boulevard – pages 183, 307

Verchan – page 139

Verne, Jules – page 125

Vickery, John – page 185

Video Toaster – page 9

Vienna, Austria – page 315

Vietnam – pages 56, 89, 226

"View from the Gallery, A" – pages 36-37, 143

Virini – page 152

"Visitors from Down the Street" – page 15

"Voice in the Wilderness, A" – pages 2, 29, 32, 96-98

Voice of the Resistance convention – page 95

Vorlon – pages 112, 114-115, 133, 215

Voth – page 228

Walken, Christopher – pages 64, 298

Walker, Texas Ranger – page 256

Wallace, Tonia – page 136

Walters, Barbara – page 65

"War Prayer, The" – pages 13, 240-241

"War Without End, The" – pages 75-79, 128-129, 164, 169-173, 188-189

"War Zone, The" – pages 26, 63

Warden, Jack – page 211

Warner Bros – pages 2, 7-11, 20, 33, 109, 121, 131, 139, 143, 233, 236, 253, 260, 303-304, 315, 319, 328, 341-342, 345-346

Wasser, Ed – pages 31-32, 108

Watson, Ralph – page 179

Wayne, John – page 122

Welch, Lou – page 142

"Well of Forever, The" – page 26

Westwood One Radio Network – page 44

"Wheel of Fire, The" – pages 33, 37, 103-104, 115

White Star – pages 22, 49, 53, 59, 74, 77, 80, 188

Willerth, Jeffrey – pages 102, 112, 117, 185-186, 199

William – page 191

Williams, Guy – page 59

Williams, Tennessee – page 123

Willis, Bruce – page 232

Winfield, Paul – pages 136, 138, 204

Wings of the Apache – page 213

Wise, Douglas E. – page 151

Woodward, Edward – pages 27, 225, 338

Woodward, Peter – pages 15, 225, 319-320, 322-323, 325, 330-339, 342-343, 346

Worldcon – page 6

Writing Science Fiction and Fantasy Television – page 241

WTEN – page 65

X-Files, The – page 70

Yankees – page 151

Ybarra, Blanca – page 136

York, Michael – pages 68, 76, 185, 205

Young, Sean – page 213

Yulin, Harris – page 132

Z'ha'dum – pages 182, 184, 187-188

Zahara, Alex – pages 296-301

Zathras – pages 77, 79, 164-175

Zicree, Marc Scott – page 5

Zimbalist, Efrem, Jr. – page 81

Zivot, Eric – page 172

Zócalo – pages 29-30, 71-72

Zoe – page 323

Zorro – page 59

Zoya – page 186

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