UNOFFICIAL QUESTARIAN GUIDE SECTION G

  • Galactic Peace Accord: (GPA) document under which "each world and system operates independently under its own government (and is defended by its own military), using the protocols of the Accord as rules to deal with the other signatories" ["Reconstructing Galaxy Quest: Backstory Ideas" by Dalton S. Spence]

  • Galactic Union: (GU) private organization of scientists, philosophers and artists ["The Cthulian Craft"] including the data-gathering NSEA and the data-storing Galactic Union Archives (GUA), both adhering to the Galactic Peace Accord (GPA) [Terrain -- Ch. 1] or a League for heroes on the PC version of DC Universe Online

  • Galactic Union Archives: (GUA) branch of the Galactic Union storing the sum total of all data collected in NSEA explorations [Terrain -- Ch. 1]

  • "Galaktitkos Küldetés": Hungarian version of "Galaxy Quest"

  • Galatians: from Galatia, nearly killed Taggart on Callas ["Devotion"]

  • “Galaxies Quest”: intergalactic “Galaxy Quest” spin-off, with cameos by Jason Nesmith, Gwen DeMarco, and Alexander Dare, which didn’t make it past the pilot [retro-seredipitiously inspired “StarGate: Universe”]

  • "Galaxy Busters": Real Adventure The Protector crew again fights the Fatu-Krey, now lead by the vengeful widow of Sarris, Hath-Sarris, with help of Gwen's co-star in "S. O. S. Fantômes" (1984), and "River of Slime" (1989), ex-boyfriend, Peter Venkman, and his friends, Ray Stanz, and Egon Spengler. [by Sheila Paulson, published in Compadres 20]

  • Galaxy Quest: Thermian starship that discovered the Keeper of the Historical Records on Desing’s world ["Those Poor People or the Island on the Edge of Forever"]; also novelized version of “Galaxy Quest: The Movie" by Terry Bisson

  • Galaxy Quest 1: first in series of paperback collections of "Galaxy Quest: The Original Series" adaptations by Jesse James Blish, with much backstory added, considered by purists as apocryphal and not "Historical Record"

  • "Galaxy Quest": aka “Galaxy Quest: The Movie”, Real Adventure version of "Galaxy Quest: The Journey Continues" [based on "The Adventures of Capt. Zoom in Outer Space" by Brian Levant, Rick Copp and David A. Goodman]

  • "Galaxy Quest": aka "Galaxy Quest: The Original Show" (GQ:TOS), science fictional TV series 1981-85, chronicling the adventures of the NSEA starship Protector 300 years in the future

  • Galaxy Quest cards: collectable card set including: "Cmdr. Peter Quincy Taggart", "Lt. Tawny Madison", "Dr. Lazarus", "The Crew of The NSEA Protector", but noted for the rare first edition’s "Episode 41: The Bivrakium Element" and "Episode 52: Today Is The Tomorrow of Our Yesterdays" left out of later editions

  • Galaxy Quest comics: confusingly set in the Jedi galaxy by Stew Sparkey

  • Galaxy Quest comics: Real Adventures stories by Scott Lobdell, such as the pilot series, "Global Warming"

  • Galaxy Quest Episode Guide: guide to "Galaxy Quest: The Original Series" episodes [by Travis Lakte] later updated to include volume 2, Galaxy Quest: The Journey Continues Episode Guide

  • Galaxy Quest Fun Trivia: questions and answers about the minor facts of "Galaxy Quest" [funtrivia.com]

  • Galaxy Quest Game, The: simplified (1991) version of Galaxy Quest: Strategic Operations Simulator, rock-dodging, jewel-gathering astrogation simulation [VGA Planets]

  • Galaxy Quest Memories: autobiographical book by Jason Nesmith with Bob Gordon and David Howard [Galaxy Quest fandom website]

  • Galaxy Quest Monopoly: GQ themed Monopoly which substituted planets for streets, starships for railroads, Omega 13 for Get-out-of-blackhole free card, etc., and like “Space Alert” included a "How to Become a Space Explorer" handbook [by Cris Dippel at www.boardgamegeek.com]

  • Galaxy Quest Movie Corrections: corrects common misunderstandings of views of "Galaxy Quest: The Movie" at www.moviemistakes.com/film523/corrections

  • Galaxy Quest: Strategic Operations Simulator: 1983 video game voiced by Fred Kwan and Alexander Dane

  • "Galaxy Quest": aka "Galaxy Quest: The Movie" (Christmas 1999), "Galaxy Quest: The Journey Continues" pilot expanded into movie length by adding the conspiracy theories about GalCon XVIII's saucer crash and resetting it in an alternative universe, won Hugo, Saturn, Silver Raven and Nebula awards, [by David Howard and Robert Gordon]. As the first full-length movie ever made in Thermian, the original Thermian version easily won the Hochi Film Award for best foreign language film, called by George Takei "a chillingly realistic documentary" and "a powerful piece of documentary filmmaking", by Patrick Stewart "brilliant", by Brannon Braga "well-done", [retro-seredipitiously inspired "Visit to a Weird Planet" by Jean Lorrah and Willard F. Hunt, "Visit to a Weird Planet, Revisited" by Ruth Berman, and "The Adventures of Capt. Zoom"]

  • "Galaxy Quest, The Journey Continues": revival of original "Galaxy Quest" with most of the original cast and introducing the humanoid Thermian Lailari and Security Chief "Roc" Ingersol, shown on XSCI-FI channel ["A New Type of Network" by Andrew Troy Keller]

  • Galaxy Quest: The New Adventures: revival of original “Galaxy Quest” and novelizations, including Lord Ksari and the Jen'tka Brigade

  • Galaxy Quest: The New Adventures Technical Manual: revised version of original Galaxy Quest Technical Manual including Falcon blueprints [by Matt Sweeney and Linda DeScenna with introduction by Frank Ross, Galaxy Quest fandom website]

  • "Galaxy Quest: The Next Generation": yet another spinoff leaked at 30th anniversary Wondercon by Ashley Miller (DarenDoc's blog)

  • Galaxy Quest: The Real Adventures: Galaxy Quest paperback novel series by Jesse James Blish based on "Galaxy Quest: The Movie" with cephalopodan Lailari and set in 21st, not 24th, century

  • Galcon: multi-player game Galaxy Conquest, not to be confused with GalCon

  • GalCon I: (1982) disenfranchised by rumors of Spock's death in "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan", the first Galaxy Quest Convention was organized by fan club president Guy Fleegman with the theme, "Spock is dead; Lazarus lives!" (Spock-ke av khep lazzarrus phock!")

  • GalCon II: (1983) London, thanks to questarians' letters and Jason Nesmith's success in his latest 006 film, "Dr. Nyet", "Galaxy Quest" is not cancelled

  • GalCon IV: (1985) questarians try to stop the cancellation of “Galaxy Quest”

  • GalCon V: (1986) St. Louis, all the efforts of the questarians fail and the series is still not revived, but they "never give up, never surrender." Travis Latke interviews Gwen DeMarco

  • GalCon VIII: (May 1989) in Glasgow, Scotland

  • GalCon XVIII: (Aug. 1999) in Los Angeles, noted for impressive saucer crash finale promoting "Galaxy Quest: The Movie (2000)", but interpreted by conspiracy theorists as the crash of a real flying saucer and not the fake that ended up at Paramount's theme park [Sky and Telescope, Galaxy Quest fandom website], cannibalized to help rebuild Prometheus, Daedalus, Odyssey and Korolev at Area 51 ("SG-1")

  • GalCon XIX: (2000) in New York City, featured Ghostbusters, Bruce Boxleitner from "Babylon 5", scriptwriter from "Buffy the Vampire Slayer", Len Wolfman of Capt. Steel comics ["Galaxy Busters" by Sheila Paulson]

  • GalCon XX: (2001) in Oxford, Miss., with Jason Nesmith, Alexander Dane and Jane Doe [Charles Lunkinbill, III's website]

  • GalCon XXII: (2003) in St. Louis, Grudge Match: "Galaxy Quest" vs. "Spaceballs" miscalled by the judges [WWWF]

  • GalCon XXV: (2006) in Los Angeles, noted for brawl that broke out between villains and heroes, Alex Dane transmogrified into Tev'meckian, Thermians join war against Ori, Odysseus saves Protector II, Mirabanna’s handmaid Willow Rosenberg disables omegahedron ["Escalation" by Vitruvian]

  • gallium arsenide: ore vital to Dominion technology (”Galaxy Quest: The Movie”]

  • Gath’gor: outlaw in Ngh’f of Nixvowls’ gang ("The Nixvowls Uprising")

  • Gar: Fatu-Kret guard Madison tries to seduce, by acting like a Terrakian slave girl [deleted scene in "Galaxy Quest: The Movie" by David Howard and Robert Gordon]

  • Gark'nor: Angian ["Gark'nor of Ang", Galaxy Quest by David Howard and Robert Gordon]

  • "Gark'nor of Ang": ["Galaxy Quest: The Movie" by David Howard and Robert Gordon, "Galaxy Quest: The Original Series"]

  • gat: source of gat extract, particularly addictive to Scithyans ["The Scithyan Syndrome"]

  • Gdonks: galactic empire at war with the Ssazzbatt empire until peace talks on Medusa, pig-lizard-like [Travis Latke photo archive, “The Two Lovers of Medusa”]

  • Gem'Hadar: reptilian cyborgs who replaced the Dominion's Jent'ka, who had replaced the Fatu-Frey ["Galaxy Quest: The Movie", "Galaxy Quest: The New Adventures", "Star Trek: Deep Space 9"]

  • Giebehain, Todd: questarian, played himself in "Galaxy Quest: The Movie"

  • "Global Warming": IDW Publishing's Real Adventure comic book miniseries by Scott Lobdell in which the crew of the Protector II (fixed by Maj. Carter, etal. formerly of SG-1) saves world from Judgement ship, while Col. Stetson tries to cover it up, amid rumors of killing off Lazarus on "Galaxy Quest: The Journey Continues"

  • "Golden Orbit": The Protector rescues a stranded spaceship. [retro-seredipitiously inspired Historical Record's "Salvage-1" episode]

  • Golding, Marc: questarian contributor to NSEA Bulletin

  • Golding, Drew: questarian contributor to NSEA Bulletin

  • goppa: fruit whose juice paralyses ["The Scithyan Syndrome"]

  • Gordon, Howard: writer of many of original “Galaxy Quest” episodes

  • Gorignak: rock giant that disrupted operations on the beryllium sphere mine, but found peace and quiet again when Chen returned him back into space ["Galaxy Quest: The Journey Continues"], similar to Spragg the Living Mountain animated by rock-encrusted spores [Strange Tales by Jack Kirby and Stan Lee] which in turn are very like Yog aka Gezora ["Space Amoeba" aka "Yog -- Monster from Space" by Ei Ogawa]

  • Goriknakless: re-named bronzium mining colony after Chen removed the rock giant Gorignak ["Galaxy Quest: The Journey Continues"]

  • GPA: Galactic Peace Accord

  • GQ: Gentleman’s Quarterly, not to be confused with Galaxy Quest magazine

  • GQ:SOS: Galaxy Quest: Strategic Operations Simulator (1983) video game complete with Commander’s chair

  • GQ:TNA: sequel to original "Galaxy Quest", beginning with pilot “Galaxy Quest: The Journey Continues” and the spin-off novelizations

  • GQ:TRA: Galaxy Quest: The Real Adventures book series

  • GQ:TOS: "Galaxy Quest", the original series

  • Grabthar: [Tev'meckian "king of the gods" or "Creator-God"] ancient Mak'tar god who forged the universe with his hammer, mightier than all demigods born from his union with a Mak'tar ["Tales of the Mak'tar" by Stefanie Fleck], on the Last Day (Zar-nof) he will use his hammer as a gavel to judge those who have followed the Code of the Mak'tar and those who have not

  • "Grabthar's Hammer": In 2381 Dr. Lazarus learns new clues to destroyers of his planet near Mulu-izi. Prof Yoo, leads the Protector to "minorly successful" explorations of Vilmor I, Indri II, Ruah III, Loren IV, Kea V, and Atalia VI. In appreciation Dr. Lazarus treats all his friends, old and new, to "Grabthar’s Silver Hammer" on his Tev’meckian dulcimer [by Steve MacDonald, inspired "The Chase" by Ronald D. Moore and Joe Menosky]

  • Grabthar's Toolbox: annotated version of "Galaxy Quest Episode Guide" by Travis Latke [by Jeffrey Henning]

  • Gretner AI: Stage 5 AI developed by Aidel Grenter used on all NSEA ships, partial to beautiful, intelligent, gentle, patient female computer interface specialists, the kind Aidel Grenter aspired to be and wanted to see in NSEA ["Artificial Devotion"]

  • Grentner, Aidel: developer of the Gretner AI, ranked with Richard Daystrom and Noonien Soong ["Artificial Devotion"]

  • GUA: Galactic Union Archives

  • Guardians of the Universe: title of the Oans [Green Lantern series]

  • "Guest Starring": Real Adventure version of "Return to Delphos" with "Buffy" xover

  • "Guilty Pleasures": conspiracy theories threaten to break up LAQ, Los Angeles Questarians

  • Guk: homeworld of Zellda, visited by the Protector ["The Witch-queen of Guk", inspired Zelda of Hyrule RPG

 

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