UNOFFICIAL QUESTARIAN GUIDE SECTION D

  • Daedalus: SGC ship which was refitted using parts from Protector II's saucer

  • "Daedalus Factor, The": Madison is encouraged "to fly" by her father, E. Z. Madison III, when he is rescued from a Meechan attack at Starbase Fred [by David McCullough]

  • Dane, Jessica: born 1986, daughter of Alexander ["The Call for Help"]

  • Dane, Sir Alexander: aka "The Great Dane" born Feb. 21, 1951 in Hammersmith, Eng., grandson of Clemence Dane, graduated from Royal Luger Hagen-Daas School in London [rickmanistareview/galaxyquest.html], played Tybalt in "Romeo and Juliet" (1978), Richard III in "Richard III" (1979), Dr. Lazarus in "Galaxy Quest" (1981-1985) and "Galaxy Quest: The New Adventures" (2000-2005), voiced Galaxy Quest: Strategic Operations Simulator (1983), Alan Rickman in "Galaxy Quest: The Movie" (1999), Marvin in "Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy" (2005), author of I Am Not Lazarus (1986), I Am Lazarus (2000), and many Galaxy Quest: The Real Adventures books, director of "Galaxy Quest: The Journey Continues"

  • Dane, Clemence: (1888-1965) aka Winifred Ashton, author of The Arrogant History of White Ben (1939), editor of Novels of Tomorrow series (1955-6), paternal grandmother of Alexander Dane

  • Dane, Jason: son of Sir Alexander Dane in the Real Adventures series

  • Dane, Lady Gwen: wife of Sir Alexander Dane in Alexander/Gwen fanfic

  • Dane, Lady Jane: wife of Sir Alexander Dane in Alex/Jane xover fanfic

  • Dane, Lady Lailari: wife of Sir Alexander Dane in Alex/Lailari fanfic

  • Dane, Lady Tawny: wife of Sir Alexander Dane in Alex/Tawny fanfic

  • Dane, Peter: son of Sir Alexander Dane in xover fanfic

  • Dane, Quellek: wife of Sir Alexander Dane in Alex/Quellek fanfic, see "If Quellek Had Lived"

  • Darkanians: confronted by Taggart on the Arcania and later on the Protector ["Visions of Darkness", "On the Edge of Forever City"]

  • Dark Star: where "Roc" Ingersoll began carrying his weapon at all times ["Quest for the Stellar Nursery" by Mandy Marguerite]

  • Dazorfor: blackmarketeers from which the Protector got vital aranar to fight Joytan plague (“The Pirates of Arrgho”)

  • "Deathwatch": The crew of the Protector get involved in strange goings-on on Altor after a meteor shower. Some Altorians are being mind controlled to reunite the parasitic seed, and so end all other life on the planet -- and if they get control of the Protector crew, the galaxy. [inspired a "Space Precinct" two-parter]

  • Dectroils: devolved Lectroids, lost in Funn Games (“Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eighth Dimension”, “Lazarus, Lazarus” alternative ending, “Funn and Games”)

  • Deemo: which Chen bested in drinking contest at Arggho spaceport (“The Pirate of Arggho”)

  • Defender: NSEA starship ["Galaxy Quest: The Movie" by David Howard and Robert Gordon]

  • Delos: planet of gentle but threatened planthropes ["Capt. Zep -- Space Detective: Death on Delos"]

  • Delos 5: fifth moon of Delos, noted for its feudalism and forests and passion-mist, where the Protector rescued the Trojan ["Mists of Delos 5"]

  • Delosian passionfruit tree: swamp-dwelling tree of Delos 5 that produces passion-mist when pollinating ["Mists of Delos 5"]

  • Delphos: homeworld of Princess Mirabanna, source of corbundium ["Long Live Princess Mirabanna"]

  • DeMarco, Susan Alexandra "Gwen": born Oct. 8, 1959, Harmony, Ind., played Medea in summerstock in the Hamptons, graduated summa cum lauda from Brown University on a high diver scholarship, starred as Stephanie in Broadway hit "SPENT", Naomi in "Love and Share" soap opera, then Spy Angel in "Silent, But Deadly" with Jason Nesmith; and starred in spin-off "Spy Angel", " 'Ellin' Ellen" Ripley in "Star Beast" (1979), "Star Beast II" (1986), "Star Beast III" (1992), and "Star Beast IV" (1997), as Danna Barrett in "S. O. S. Fantômes" (1984), and "River of Slime" (1989), turned down role of Ariel in "A Midsummer's Night Sex Comedy" to play Tawny Madison in "Galaxy Quest" (1981-85) and "Galaxy Quest: The Journey Continues" (2000-2005), as Sigourney Weaver in "Galaxy Quest: The Movie" (1999), voice of Bulgarian Lioness automobiles, [Starfest 2003], author of Beyond Tawny (1986) and many "Galaxy Quest: The Journey Continues" episodes and Galaxy Quest: The Real Adventures books, has sister Elaine and niece Melissa ["Guest Starring"], sisters Grace Annabelle DeMarco Augustine and Ellen DeMarco Ripley (Gwen DeMarco facebook page), cousin Tom

  • DeMarco, Tom: cousin of “Gwen” DeMarco, winner of Warnier Prize for lifetime contribution to the field of computing (1986)

  • Democracy: NSEA starship Tawny Madison and Peter Quincy Taggart served on together before the Protector [lt_madison MySpace website]

  • de Paul, Brandon Michael: questarian, played himself in "Galaxy Quest: The Movie", Frankie Carter in "The Day the World Ended" (2001), Josh in "K-PAX" (2001)

  • Desing’s world: where Thermian ship, Galaxy Quest, in 2409 discovered the Historical Record Guide and Desing fell through the inter-dimensional portal connecting creation and sub-creation in which the Minnow survivors weren’t stranded ["Return to Gilligan’s Island"] and the Protector never launched ["Those Poor People, or The Island on the Edge of Forever" by G. L. Peabody]

  • “Desing’s World”: filksong based on "Those Poor People, or The Island on the Edge of Forever" by G. L. Peabody

  • "Destiny Be Mine": pilot for "Galaxy Quest: The Journey Continues"

  • "Device, The": "Protector II" episode in which Mathe discovers [Questarian Forums, retro-serendiptiously inspired "The Slaver Weapon" by Larry Niven]

  • "Devotion": Laredo saves Cmdr. Taggart's life on Callas when Galatians are attacked by Carpathians [by Setcheti]

  • Dezap: energy-damping planet ["The Nixvowls Uprising"]

  • Dhubb: noted for bheer which Chen had too much of at the Arggho spaceport (“The Pirates of Arggho”)

  • Diphernt: empire from which the Nirs and ‘Sects come (“The Pirates of Arggho”)

  • digital conveyor: matter transmitter that digitizes transported object into qubits and then reassembles them, considered safer by the NSEA than the accident-prone UFP transporter [Galaxy Quest Technical Manual], 24th century upgrade of Control Systems Engineering, Inc.'s trademarked Digital Conveyors

  • Digitize Me, Lailari: sequel to Digitize Me, Chen

  • Digitize Me, Chen: autobiography of Fred Kwan

  • Dilirium: nebula visited by the Protector ["The Two Worlds of Dilirium"]

  • Dispensable: engineer Dogbody's ship ["The Cloak", "Spacevets"]

  • Divi: [sing. Divus] devolved Vidi, lost in Funn Games [“The Pirates of Arrgho”, “”Funn and Games”]

  • Djam: devolved Madj, lost in Funn Games [“The Pirates of Arrgho”, “Funn and Games”}

  • Doe, Jane: played Missi Pyle in "Galaxy Quest: The Movie", and Lailani and Lord Ksari in "Galaxy Quest: The New Adventures" ["Habitation"]

  • Dogbody: engineer on Dispensable ["The Cloak", "Spacevets"]

  • Dominionite: member of the Dominion, includes the Fatu-Krey ["Guest Starring"] and later the Gem'Hadar ["Deep Space 9"]

  • Doras: star in Mirad'llah constellation, near Tev'Mek

  • "Double Star": Cmdr. Taggart impersonates prince consort of Delphos [by Robert Heinlein, inspired The Prisoner of Zenda by Anthony Hope]

  • Double Yoo: Real Adventure in which Gwen’s friend Egon Spengler tinkers with her vox and gets it to work inter-dimensionally like Tawny’s after "A Crack in the Mirror", and she's able to get advice from Yoo too. Confusion ensues when everyone thinks she's having an affair with the actor who plays Yoo on the show, Martin O'Hara

  • "Down the Short Shoot": The Protector helps a pro-family agricultural colony defeat cloner invasion [inspired "Up the Long Ladder" by Melody M. Snodgrass]

  • Dzhallish: from Dzhalli, use very valuable orleev for currency (“The Pirates of Arrgho”

 

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