UNOFFICIAL QUESTARIAN GUIDE SECTION M

  • M’ianne: Elder of the Tev’meck, friend of Lazarus’s family, wife of Liamoto ["Return to Planet Amexon", "Return to Tev’meck", "Resurrection"], died with Tev’meck ["Resurrection"]

  • M'Yurg 47: refueling depot ["A Taste for Nothing"]

  • Madison, Sr., Ezekiel Zebediah: great grandfather of Tawny, founder of EZ Cybernetics ["Artificial Devotion"]

  • Madison, Jr., Ezekiel Zebediah: grandfather of Tawny ["Artificial Devotion"]

  • Madison, III, Ezekiel Zebediah: father of Tawny, heir of EZ Cybernetics ["Artificial Devotion"]

  • Madison, Tawny: (played by Gwen DeMarco) daughter of computer interface specialist on the Protector, although she studied to be security at Starsearcher Academy ["Artificial Devotion"]

  • Madj: rivals of Ordohp at bazaar at Arggho spaceport (“The Pirates of Arrgho”)

  • magneto-pistol: preferred weapon of the NSEA

  • Magna Roma: imperial Romanesque civilization that learned than it’s more profitable to export android security personnel than live ones [“Bread and Circuses” by Gene Roddenberry and Gene L. Coon]

  • Mak’tar: purplish saurians with head ridges (which became status symbol among non-Galactic Union saurians, such as the Klingons, after the destruction of Tev'Meck), a complex waste elimination system ["Galaxy Quest: The Movie" by David Howard and Robert Gordon], with males carrying an undeveloped back-up twin of undetermined sex in his volvac sac ["Friends Never Forget"], whose homeworld, Tev’meck was destroyed by the Meechans, with Lazarus the sole survivor

  • Mak’tarmat: language of the Mak’tar of Tev’meck, of which Tev’meckian is a pidgin form

  • Mak’tar Code: Mosaic code of justice that includes revenge, but equitably, eye-for-an-eye, a death-for-a-death ["Galaxy Quest: The Journey Continues"]

  • Mak’tar stealth: ninja-like technique for becoming nearly undetectable, clinging to walls, etc. ["Galaxy Quest: The Journey Continues"]

  • Manley, Jennifer: questarian, played herself in "Galaxy Quest: The Movie"

  • mapper: device used by NSEA to collect and record information on the planets it explores

  • Marte: noted for women ("Parallax Premonition")

  • Martenne-ni: [Fren. "Martean woman or ..."] non-alcoholic fruit drink, NOT a martini, said to be the only thing better than a woman from Marte, that Dr. Lazarus introduced to Chen ("Parallax Premonition")

  • Mary: identified by several titles, mother of Jesus [Mokthar], spouse of the Holy Spirit [Ipthar], daughter of the Father [Fonkom], Our Lady of Victory

  • Mathesar: (voiced by Erico Colantoni) Thermian Cmdr. of the Protector II

  • May: Cmdr. of the Protector before Cmdr. Trout [dr_lazarus MySpace website, retro-seredipitiously inspired Historical Record's Capt. April in "Star Trek"]

  • Medusa: site of intergalactic peace talks between the Gdonk and Ssazzbatt empires ["The Two Lovers of Medusa"], matriarchal planet ruled by Fulvia ["Space Maidens"]

  • Meecha: with Tev the two suns of the Warvan binary system or the two sons of the god Warvan ["Tales of the Mak’tar" by Stefanie Fleck]

  • Meechanese: language of the Meechans, generally considered even more illogical than English, in which their most heard phrase, "Give up! Surrender!", is "Zaripo Pto! Mogifta Pto!" ["Return to Tev'Meck"]

  • Meechans: aka Rat’kam, warrior-thieves who reproduce clones of themselves or in whomever they implant a volvac sac, who destroyed the Mak'tar homeworld of Tev'meck after stealing Lazarus’ father’s ship, the Trojan ["Resurrection"], later also temporarily stole the Protector ["Time Spirals of the Pryll'a Nebula"]

  • Meedo: devolved Deemo playing Funn Games [“The Pirates of Arrgho”, “Funn and Games”]

  • Mee'Kan: planet with two moons ["mee kan" means "is possible" in Dutch, "The Two Moons of Mee'Kan"]

  • Megabuckle: metal-rich irregular asteroid belt in the ATV-54 nebula

  • Merseen: (Vito Austin, who also voiced the Protector computer) leader of Cthulaj, Olian 11-galaxy empire ["The Cthulian Craft"]

  • Miletus: system in which planet Arctinus is located [Arctinus of Miletus, "Attack of the Kreemorians","Galaxy Busters" by Sheila Paulson]

  • Mirabanna, Princess: (played by Cordelia Chase) ruler of Delphos ["Long Live Princess Mirabanna", "Special Guest", "Guest Starring", "Return to Delphos"]

  • Mirabanna's Handmaiden: (played by Willow Rosenberg) quantum manipulator who helped save Taggart from fangor beast ["Long Live Mirabanna", "Special Guest", "Guest Starring", "Return to Delphos"] and Earth from omegatron [“Escalation”]

  • Mirad'llah: constellation visible from Tev'Mek

  • "Mist of Delos 5": In 2381 the Protector attempts to rescue the Trojan moored on Delos 5, but like them succumbs to its passion-mist. Stranded in the Misty Swamp Cmdr. Taggart fights to protect the never more ravishing Madison from himself and saves both ships. [by Russell Behr] Dr. Lazarus also succumbs, but that’s another story. The Meechans trying to plunder the Trojan are forced to give up. "Zaripo Pto." ("Back down."), the Meechan Commander orders. "Mogifta Pto.” Dr. Lazarus responds, “Met tula te." ("Stand down: let the Humans go!") ["Galaxy Quest Episode Guide" by Travis Latke, adaptation by Jesse James Blish of "Mist of Delos V", "Return to Tev’meck"]

  • "Mistress Is a Harsh Moon": The Protector stops an AI-led revolution on the moon colony called Mistress [by Robert Heinlein, parodying his The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress]

  • "More Plemmings, More Problems": sequel to "A Plemming Problem", plemmings return and the Protector crew attempts to remove them by using their natural predators, plummers (inspired the filksong "What Do You Do with a Plemming Problem")

  • Mottera: where Madison and Dr. Lazarus bonded to save her life ["The Sigournate Virus"]

  • "Muppet Quest": parody of "Galaxy Quest: The Movie" by Doozersticks, in which Cmdr. Timothy James Ribbit (Kermit the Frog) and Dr. Samus (Sam the Eagle) of Protector VI help save the Teethazar and the Physcodelicans from Carris

  • "Mystery of Stasis, The": With Stasis on a collision course for the Ugonian asteroid belt, the Protector is disabled in a meteor shower and forced to land on the planet for repairs, but the planet’s aura compels them to tell the panicked, xenophobic natives only the truth, "Never give up." ["Galaxy Quest Episode Guide" by Travis Latke]

  • "Mystery Science Theater 3000 Presents 'Galaxy Quest'": which reveals the clue to the meaning of “Larak Tarath” [by Varakorn Unovichian and Ben Greenwood]

 

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