Peck

Ethan Peck, who plays Spock on Star Trek: Discovery, grew up in Los Angeles and attended college at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York. He is the grandson of legendary actor Gregory Peck, who counted among his final projects the 1998 TV miniseries Moby Dick, which starred Patrick Stewart as Captain Ahab, the role Gregory Peck famously played in the 1956 movie of the same name. Peck's film and television credits include Passport to Paris, That '70s Show, The Sorcerer's Apprentice, 10 Things I Hate About You, In Time, Madam Secretary and The Curse of Sleeping Beauty.

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patrol cruiser, Cardassian

Bardeezans

Planet: name unspecified. Space-faring race, otherwise nondescript, whose merchant ships have traversed the Bajoran wormhole into the Gamma Quadrant. One such ship left Deep Space Nine the night Dukat was kidnapped by the Maquis. As one of only two to do so, suspicion quickly shifted to the other ship, a Galdador freighter.

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Megas-Tu

Although its surface appears to be that of an arid desert-like planet with a blood-red atmosphere, when Lucien transforms it for the Enterprise crew in 2269 (stardate: 1254.4), Megas-Tu more closely resembles a lushly-forested world with a massive city on it. The city is full of buildings with arched architecture and curved buildings, rising above a carpet of greenery. Lucien notes that the world operates from rules different than those in Kirk's universe ? the rules of magic. There, crones sell "love philters" to women hoping to ensnare a man, and sorcerer-contractors create buildings. Asmodeus' spells trap the Enterprise crew in an area of Megas-Tu made to resemble Salem, Massachusetts, circa 1691.

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Rio Grande, U.S.S.

The only remaining survivor of Deep Space Nine's three original runabout vessels dropped off by the Enterprise-D.

The Rio Grande was first used by Science Officer Dax and Commander Sisko, during their initial exploration of the wormhole. Later, with the wormhole aliens' help, the runabout towed of the wormhole a Cardassian warship.

When Sisko and Dukat took the Rio Grande, along with the other three runabouts, to head off the Maquis at the Bryma colony, it sustained damage to its impulse fusion core, port warp nacelle, and required a few days to repair.

Jake Sisko and Nog disabled half of its systems while trying to navigate back from a Gamma Quadrant science project interrupted by Commander Sisko and Quark's capture by the Jem'Hadar.

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sausage

The processed product of various ground-together meat parts contained within an edible "skin."

Sausages were part of the native Germanic cultural festivities of New Berlin's lively ethnic Mazurka Festival, served with beer.

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Star Trek: Voyager Season Six Credits

Executive Producer
Rick Berman
Brannon Braga
Co-Executive Producer
Joe Menosky
Ken Biller
Creative Consultant
Michael Piller
Jeri Taylor
Supervising Producer
Peter Lauritson
Merri Howard
Producer
Robin Bernheim
J.P. Farrell
Co-Producer
Dawn Velazquez
Associate Producer
Steve Welke
Executive Story Editor
Bryan Fuller
Story Editor
Michael Taylor
Staff Writer
Robert Doherty
Raf Green
Unit Production Manager
Brad Yacobian
Production Coordinator
Diane Overdiek
First Assistant Director
Jerry Fleck
Arlene Fukai
Second Assistant Director
Michael DeMeritt
David Trotti
Script Supervisor
Cosmo Genovese
Jan Rudolph
Science Consultant
Andre Bormanis
Production Designer
Richard James
Art Director
Louise Dorton
Senior Illustrator/Technical Consultant
Rick Sternbach
Scenic Arts Supervisor/Technical Consultant
Michael Okuda
Scenic Artist
Wendy Drapanas
James Van Over
Construction Coordinator
Al Smutko
Property Master
Alan Sims
Set Decorator
Jim Mees
Director of Photography
Marvin Rush, A.S.C.
Chief Lighting Technician
Bill Peets
Key Grip
Randy Burgess
Special Effects
Dick Brownfield
Stunt Coordinator
Dennis Madalone
Video Supervisor
Denise Okuda
Hair Designer
Josee Normand
Hair Stylists
Charlotte Parker
Viviane Normand
Gloria Montmayor
Make-Up Designed and Supervised By
Michael Westmore
Make-Up Artists
Tina Hoffman
Scott Wheeler
James Rohland
Suzanne Diaz
Costume Designer
Robert Blackman
Wardrobe Supervisor
Carol Kunz
Key Costumers
Susie Money
Tom Siegel
Kim Shull
Matt Hoffman
Erin Regan
Set Security
Lazard Ward
Steve D'errico
Casting Executive
Helen Mossler
Casting Director
Junie Lowry-Johnson
Ron Surma
Original Casting By
Nan Dutton, C.S.A.
Film Editor
Daryl Baskin
Bob Lederman
Tom Benko
Composers
Dennis McCarthy
Jay Chattaway
David Bell
Paul Baillargean
Music Editor
Gerry Sackman
Visual Effects Producer
Dan Curry
Visual Effects Supervisor
Ronald B. Moore
Mitch Suskin
Visual Effects Coordinator
Art Codron
Liz Castro
Sound Mixer
Alan Bernard
Post Production Coordinator
Monique Chambers
Pre-Production Coordinator/Script Coordinator
Lolita Fatjo
Assistant Script Coordinator
Maggie Allen
Production Associates
David Rossi
Maril Davis
Michael O'Halloran
Nicole Gravett
Eric Norman
Terry Matalas
Production Assistants
Jenny Pray
Rodney Dugins
Christopher Petrus
Gerald Saavedra
Transportation Captain
Stu Satterfield
Drivers
Larry Dukes
Cameron Calder
John Moore
Ray McLaughlin
Location Manager Lisa White
DGA Trainee
Melissa St. Onge

Filmed with Panavision cameras and lenses

Main Title Design by
Santa Barbara Studios
Dan Curry
Post Production Sound by
4MC Sound Services
Digital Optical Effects
Digital Magic
Special Video Compositing
CIS, Hollywood
Editing Facilities
Four Media Company
Computer Generated Effects
Foundation Imaging
Digital Muse

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Star Trek: Voyager Season Two Credits

Executive Producer
Rick Berman
Michael Piller
Jeri Taylor
Supervising Producer
Brannon Braga
Peter Lauritson
Producer
Merri D. Howard
Wendy Neuss
Co-Producer
Kenneth Biller
Line Producer
Brad Yacobian
Theme By
Jerry Goldsmith
Music by
Dennis McCarthy
Director of Photography
Marvin V. Rush, A.S.C.
Production Designer
Richard D. James
Editor
Robert Lederman
Unit Production Manager
Brad Yacobian
First Assistant Director
Adele Simmons
Second Assistant Director
Arlene Fukai
Casting by
Junie Lowry-Johnson, C.S.A.
Ron Surma
Original Casting by
Nan Dutton, C.S.A.
Casting Executive
Helen Mossler, C.S.A.
Costume Designer
Robert Blackman
Set Decorator
Leslie Frankenheimer
Visual Effects Producer
Dan Curry
Visual Effects Supervisor
Ronald B. Moore
David Stipes
Edward L. Williams
Joe Bauer
Post Production Supervisor
Dawn Velazquez
Supervising Editor
J.P. Farrell
Scenic Art Supervisor/Technical Consultant
Michael Okuda
Senior Illustrator/Technical Consultant
Rick Sternbach
Make-up designed and supervised by
Michael Westmore
Art Decorator
Michael L. Mayer
Set Designer
Louise Dorton
Visual Effects Coordinator
Arthur J. Codron
Visual Effects Series Coordinator
Edward L. Williams
Visual Effects Associate
Cheryl Gluckstern
Script Supervisor
Cosmo Genovese
Special Effects
Dick Brownfield
Property Master
Alan Sims
Construction Coordinator
Al Smutko
Scenic Artist
Wendy Drapanas
Video Coordinator
Denise Okuda
Hair Designer
Susan Bagdadi
Make-up Artists
Tina Hoffman
Scott Wheeler
Mark Shostrom
Hair Stylists
Barbara Minster
Laura Connolly
Wardrobe Supervisor
Camille Argus
Sound Mixer
Alan Bernard, C.A.S.
Camera Operator
Doug Knapp, S.O.C.
Chief Lighting Technician
Bill Peets
First Company Grip
Randy Burgess
Key Costumers
Kimberely Shull
Jaimie Thomas
Music Editor
Gerry Sackman
Supervising Sound Editor
Bill Wistrom
Supervising Sound Effects Editor
Jim Wolvington
Sound Editors
Miguel Rivera
Masanobu Tomita
Ruth Adelman
Post Production Sound by
Modern Sound
Production Coordinator
Diane Overdiek
Post Production Coordinator
Cara Columbini
David Rossi
Zyra Cabot
Sandra Sena
Pre-Production Coordinator
Lolita Fatjo
Stunt Coordinator
Dennis Madalone
Science Consultant
Andre Bormanis
Main Title Design by
Santa Barbara Studios
Dan Curry
Colorization
CST Entertainment
Filmed with PANAVISION® cameras and lenses
Motion Control Photography
Image G
Digital Optical Effects
Digital Magic
Special Video Compositing
CIS, Hollywood
Computer Animation
Santa Barbara Studios;
Vision Art Design Animation
Editing Facilities
Unitel Video

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Hudson

Wife of Calvin Hudson, who died prior to her husband's posting to the Demilitarized Zone in 2370. The Hudsons and the Siskos had been good friends and often dined together.

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Disruptor Rifle

Used by Klingons in the mid 23rd century.

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Scott

Over the course of his long career, T.J. Scott has worn many hats: actor, producer, writer, second unit director and director. The Canadian sported his director’s hat to direct the first-season Star Trek: Discovery episode “The Wolf Inside.” His 60-plus credits as a director alone span from Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, Xena: Warrior Princess, Mutant X, Journey to the Center of the Earth and Spartacus: War of the Damned to Black Sails, Orphan Black, Bates Motel, The Strain and Gotham. He won a Canadian Screen Award in 2015 for his work on Orphan Black.

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Kotakians

Planet: name unspecified. A race known to be interstellar travelers in the area of the UFP-Cardassian border near Bajor, harboring ship registries at least.

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Mount

Anson Mount plays Captain Christopher Pike of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 on Star Trek: Discovery. Mount, who was born in Illinois and raised in Tennessee, earned a degree in theater from Columbia University in New York City. He made his television debut in Ally McBeal and has since added to his resume such shows and films as Crossroads, Smallville, All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, Lost, Dollhouse, Straw Dogs and Non-Stop, as well as the recent series Hell on Wheels and Inhumans.

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