UNOFFICIAL QUESTARIAN GUIDE SECTION H
h’Ors: equinoids whose fondness for ryoat got Dr. Lazarus arrested at Arrgho spaceport (“The Pirates of Arrgho”)
"Habitation": Real Adventure episode in which Fred and Lailani’s relationship develops, she takes on the role of Lord Ksari as well as Crewman Lailari [by Li]
"Hair Shirt, The": After the Protector chases a Zatchzxy battle barge through a polluted worm hole, the crew finds themselves plagued with accelerated hair growth. Although Dr. Lazarus longs for Cthulan technology, "Tug wak-sok on brarnep mam Cthulaj-ke." ("If we only had the catacombs of planet Cthulaj..."), he nevertheless finds the antidote, but not before their hirsute disguises help them infiltrate and capture the Zatchzxy. ["Galaxy Quest Episode Guide" by Travis Latke]
Hal'Pern: magician, poet, thief wanted by the Zarzipo empire ["Hal'Pern, the Magnificent"]
"Hal'Pern, the Magnificent": The Protector brings Hal'Pern back alive and well to the emperor of Zarzipo, thanks to the even more magnificent crew of the Protector
Hath-Sarris: widow of Rak’h’ar Sarris who seeks revenge (“Galaxy Busters” by Sheila Paulson)
Hautooss: noted for unique software programming (“The Pirates of Arggh”)
Heinlein, Robert: wrote two episodes of original "Galaxy Quest" [German Galaxy Quest website] based on his Hugo-winning "Double Star" and "Mistress Is A Harsh Moon", the popular parody of his "The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress"
"Héroes Fuera de Órbita": ["Heroes outside of orbit" ] Argentinian/Spanish version of "Galaxy Quest" [Leonardo D'Espósito]
Heróis Fora de Órbita: Brazilian/Portuguese version of "Galaxy Quest"
Historical Records Guide: (HRG) Thermian "Bible" found by Desing on the Edge of Forever, along with the inter-dimensional portal guarded by the Keeper of the Historical Records ["Those Poor People or, The Island on the Edge of Forever"]
Hollander, Katelyn: wife of Hollander in Hollander/Katelyn fanfic
"Hollow God, The": The Protector comes across a space-faring biosphere, its technology failing. The computer that runs the world is breaking down. It believes the legends that its inhabitants have told for hundreds of years -- believes it is a god. And now the god is dying. It scans the Protector's databank and kidnaps Chen, hoping beyond hope for repair. Chen has to convince Princess Miranee to become a heretic. ["Habitation", retro-seredipitiously inspired Historical Record's "For the World is Hollow and I have Touched the Sky" by Rik Vollaerts, and "The Starlost" by Harlan Ellison]
"Homeward Voyage": The Protector crew think themselves fortunate to get themselves back alive and reasonably well, despite a detour in time, while attempting to return the last pair of breeding ponyhoppers to the Thermians, until the Protector’s surrounded by time knots and the Commander has to order activation of the Omega 13.
Hoopty Doopty: engineer Pippin's ship ["The Cloak", "Home Boys from Outer Space"]
Houston, Walter: questarian contributor to NSEA Bulletin
hospi-tali: sensation-enhancing tea, usually contraband (“The Pirates of Arrgho”)
Howard, Jeremy "Kyle": questarian, played himself in "Galaxy Quest: The Movie" (1999), postal sorter in "Men in Black II" (2002), Tartutic #1 in "Lady in the Water" (2006)
HRG: Historical Records Guide, Thermian “Bible”
"How to Become a Space Explorer": rulebook included with Galaxy Quest boardgame