UNOFFICIAL QUESTARIAN GUIDE SECTION C

  • Cadia: Thermian medic on the Protector II ["Protector II"]

  • Cailen: Fatu-Krey lieutenant under Tada Taika ["The Wrath of Sarris", "Protector II"]

  • Callas: system visited by Protector ["Devotion", "Callas Forever", John Callas]

  • "Call for Help, The": Real Adventure version of "The Wrath of Sarris" chapter one [by Silent-Diamonds]

  • "Captain Obvious": Television Tropes and Idioms article calling Tawny Madison more useful to Protector than Deanna Troi to Enterprise

  • Capt. Steel: Ironman-like comic book hero, whose writer was one of the guests at GalCon XIX ["Galaxy Busters" by Sheila Paulson]

  • "Capt. Steel Saves the Day": Capt. Steel crosses the dimensional barrier, but so does his archenemy Dr. Destructo ["Galaxy Busters" by Sheila Paulson, "The Real Ghostbusters" episode by Michael Reaves and Steve Perry]

  • carbonizing cloud: metallovorous sooty mold adapted to space able break down metals leaving a sooty residue ["Angel Dust of Abraxas"]

  • Carlson, MacBeth: questarian contributor to NSEA Bulletin

  • Carpath: oppressed by treacherous Galatians ["Devotion"]

  • cavecat: cave-dwelling felinoid from Cthulaj used to guard Merseen’s slaves ["The Cthulian Craft"]

  • cerebrum: crystalline drug particularly addictive to Scithyans ["The Scythian Syndrome"]

  • Chase, Codelia: played Princess Mirabanna of Delphos in Galaxy Quest: The New Adventures: "Long Live Princess Mirabanna", “Witch-queen of Guk”, “Escalation”, "With Special Guest", "Guest Starring", and "Return to Delphos", and Shaneera on "Swine Trek" ["Actresses These Days"]

  • Chen: (played by Fred Kwan) engineer on Surpasser, nicknamed for Starbase Fred ["The Daedalus Factor"] by Trip LaTorr while under Cmdr. Tikaru Rulu [Fred Chen's MySpace website], discovered and rescued Lazarus, sole survivor of the Mak’tar genocide, ["Resurrection"], chief engineer of the Protector ["Galaxy Quest"] and romantically linked with humanoid ["Galaxy Quest: The Movie" by David Howard and Robert Gordon] and cephalopodan ["Galaxy Quest: The New Adventures"] Lailari

  • Chen, Alexandria: daughter of Chen in xover fanfic

  • Chen, Alexander: son of Chen in xover fanfic

  • Chen, Fredrica: daughter of Chen in fanfic

  • Chen, Gwen: wife of Chen in Chen/Gwen xover fanfic

  • Chen, Jane: wife of Chen in Chen/Jane xover fanfic

  • Chen, Jason: son of Chen in xover fanfic

  • Chen, Lailari: humanoid wife of Chen in Chen/Lailari in the New Adventures or cephalopodan wife in "Galaxy Quest: The Movie" fanfic

  • Chen, Peter: son of Chen in Chen fanfic

  • Chen, Quellek: humanoid son of Chen in Chen/Lailari in the New Adventures or cephalopodan son in "Galaxy Quest: The Movie" fanfic

  • Chen, Tawny: wife of Chen in Chen/Tawny fanfic

  • Chott, Bill: questarian, played Fred in "Third Rock from the Sun" (1998-99), himself in "Galaxy Quest: The Movie", Agent Messie in "Invader ZIM" (2006)

  • "Classically Trained Extra": Television Tropes and Idioms article explaining why Alexander Dane can't play the protagonist, but still has a vitally important role in "Galaxy Quest", as does Krusty the Clown in "The Simpsons"

  • "Clean Up, The": Real Adventure sequel to "Galaxy Quest: The Movie" by Dalton S. Spense revealing SGC's involvement, with its own sequel by Andrew Troy Keller, “A New Kind of Network"

  • Cloak: experimental cloaked NSEA starship Tawny Madison served on before the Protector [lt_madison MySpace website], destoyed by the Mank'nar ("The Cloak")

  • "Cloak, The": With Madison's classified knowledge Protector tries -- and barely succeeds -- with the help of Chen and a fellow engineers Pippin from the Hoopty Doopty ["Home Boys in Outer Space"] and Dogbody of the Dispensable ["Spacevets"] to salvage her old ship, the invisible Cloak, without the Meechans or Mank'nar discovering its secret.

  • Colbrook, Greg: questarian, played himself in "Galaxy Quest: The Movie"

  • "Commander's Holiday": Cmdr. Taggart and the crew of the Protector try to relax and recreate on the pleasure planet of Tuaran, but comes to the rescue of beautiful lady xenarcheologist Louisiana Smith, pursued by Zatchzxy who desperately want their ydaalzy returned. He gets the gem, but not the girl, learning she‘s engaged to Yoo's clone, Yoo 2 [inspired "Captain's Holiday" by Steven Behr]

  • Concord: NSEA starship "Roc" Ingersol served on before the Protector ["Roc" Ingersol’s security_guy MySpace website] as did Tawny Madison [lt_madison MySpace website]

  • Coou’Eeeilo: ship stolen by escaped Thermian convicts ["Guest Starring"]

  • corbundrium: element found on Mirabanna's world, Delphos ["Long Live Princess Mirabanna", "Special Guest", "Guest Starring", "Return to Delphos"]

  • "Crack in the Mirror, A": Season cliff-hanger in which the Protector is stopped by an impenetrable, reflective magnetic shield, the Mirror, as Laredo dubs it. When there's a slight shift in magnetic alignment a spacesuited Madison falls through a crack in the time-space continuum and disappears. Taggart chooses not to blast any new cracks or waste time going around the Mirror. With all available personnel searching, it’s finally Crewman Zwölf who finds the crack and pushes Madison out just the crack closes. Taggart struggles with doubts over whether her made the right decision, risking all their lives for Tawny’s. Dr. Lazarus’ "Khep wus hos. Khax hos wus khep. Fet nul rug shom." ("Death faces all; not all face death. Crewman Number Twelve did.") helped. Still as he nursed his Martene-ne, he once again silently prayed he’d be able to give the right command again the next time. ["Galaxy Quest Episode Guide" by Travis Latke, NOTE: It at the end of this two-parter that Madison discovers that her vox is now not only interstellar, but interdimesional like the portal on the Edge of Forever and Yoo]

  • Cremoria: Roden empire in the Tarian Isles that, over the years, has used up its resources and so raids the Calderian Empire and Tanglewood for resources [Roden Continuity Encyclopedia], misused by Jesse James Blish for Keemoria

  • Cthulaj: binary system in the Olian 11 galaxy, home to the Cthulians ["The Cthulian Craft"]

  • "Cthulian Craft, The": The Protector leaves the Milky Way to respond to an emergency beacon from Cthulaj in the Olian 11 galaxy. They find its two suns and five moons fascinating, but the natives surprisingly Human with a civilization uncannily similar to late 20th century Earth. Dr. Lazarus and Madison cringe as Cmdr. Taggart smiles and says, "Take me to your leader." The charming, friendly Cthulian leader, Merseen, denies any knowledge of the beacon, but Dr. Lazarus tracks it underground. He muses to himself: "La brarnep av sebnak muv. jod von av trut dros pog tud." ("These catacombs are surprisingly modern. But why are they full of feline fur?") and learns it is because of the Cthulian cavecats who guard this uncharming, unfriendly and underground labor camp for presumed dead Galactic Union scientists and artists. When Taggart confronts Merseen with the truth he claims it was an attempt to rekindle curiosity and creativity in the Cthulians. A few elders agree to stay on Cthula to live with its people willingly to keep the peace. The Protector returns the rest to rejoicing relatives, as the computer, apparently to better charm and befriend Madison, adopts Merseen’s voice. [Galaxy Quest Episode Guide by Travis Lakte, "Grabthar‘s Toolbox"], having to do with Cthulhu [The Cthulian Singularity by Carl Dershem, etc.]

  • Cullen, Katelyn: questarian played herself in "Galaxy Quest: The Movie" by Robert Howard

  • "Cult Cargo": Television Tropes and Idioms article explaining Thermians' aptitude for reverse technology

  • Cvar: homeworld of Cvarians [allusion to Console Variable, used in many computer games and 3D simulations, including the "Warlord of Cvar" RPG]

  • Cvarians: peoples of Cvar star system, oppressed by a warlord ["Warlord of Cvar"], until freed by the brave fighting of Cmdr. Taggart ["Peacemaker of Cvar"]

 

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