UNOFFICIAL QUESTARIAN GUIDE SECTION P

  • Paellin particles: may leak from broken starship engine ["Guest Starring", from Finnish-to-Estonian translator Kristi Paellin]

  • Paenph’l: noted for highly prized Wall-king’s whey at bazaar at Arggho spaceport (“The Pirates of Arrgho”)

  • pain-inducer: preferred weapon of the Fatu-Krey ["Galaxy Quest: The Movie" by David Howard and Robert Gordon]

  • “Pan-Galactic Neutron-Blaster Blues, The”: filksong inspired by “The Icicles of Pentillium” (retro-seredipitiously inspired “The Pan-Galactic Gargle-Blaster Blues”)

  • "Parallax Premonition": After re-upgrading the molecular conveyor, Chen notices Cmdr. Taggart and Madison strangely changed after their return from Z'tara. Cmdr. Taggart is unable to command, being obsessed with the Protector's "tools" and refers all questions to "his friend the monkey". Madison meanwhile keeps falling asleep when not mumbling incoherently about "leaky hominids" and the sixth dimension. Dr. Lazarus declares a medical emergency, assumes command and heads for Z'tara. There he discovers ancient-looking duplicates of rest of the Protector crew about to be activated and substituted as were Cmdr. Taggart and Madison. Cloaking himself with a magneto-reflective shield, he rescues the real Cmdr. Taggart and Madison, who battle and eventually destroy their dull-witted, nonsense-spouting duplicates. "Truz Taggart-ke av brut drex thub," ("Half a Taggart was better than two.") is Dr. Lazarus’ commentary to Chen over Martenne-nis, a reference to the battle of Zarnon. [Galaxy Quest Episode Guide by Travis Latke, "Grabthar's Toolbox" by Jeffrey Henning]

  • Parzizo: devolved Zarzipo, lost at Funn Games [“Funn and Games”, “Al’Pern, the Magnificent”]

  • passion-mist: mist given off by pollinating Delosian passionfruit trees that enflames passions ["The Mists of Delos 5"]

  • Pax-Galactica: broad-view space opera strategy game [Andrew Kelman]

  • Pax Galactica: idealistic goal of the Galactic Union, based on the idea that peace is built on mutual understanding

  • "Peacemaker of Cvar": The Protector's final encounter with the Cvarian warlord in which Taggart bravely faces him in individual combat and just barely defeats him [confusingly shown before "Warlord of Cvar" in Britain according to Feff's UK Jason Nesmith fanclub]

  • Pentillium: frigid, seemingly uninhabitable bronzium mining colony in Rexillum system ["The Icicles of Pentillium", beryllium dental alloy aka Rexillium III]

  • Peraxis V: planet manufacturing black-market bivrakium ["The Bivirakium Element"]

  • Peytonians: amphibians who like the Iotians have based their society on a book left by the Horizon, namely Peyton Place, adding the zest of hypocrisy, class conflict, incest, abortion, adultery, lust and murder to their otherwise dull lives ["Astro Quest: A Dollop of Apocalypse" by Naren Shankar, inspired "A Piece of the Action" by David P. Harmon]

  • Phibians: from Phibia, some of who are pirates [“The Pirates of Arggho"]

  • Ohpord: devolved Ordohp, lost in Funn Games [“The Pirates of Arrgho”, “Funn and Games”]

  • Phuss, the: Band from Arrgho, led by Reqqajjan Thry Yitz who were playing at the Neerist bar when the Protector visited [“The Pirates of Arrgho”, “Band from Arrgho”]

  • Physics of Galaxy Quest: noted for explaining what Mark speeds mean, how the digital conveyor works, plasma shields, voxes, etc. [by Lawrence M. Krauss with foreword by Steven Hawkings, Galaxy Quest fandom website]

  • pig-lizard: bipedal porco-reptilian from Gorignakless turned inside out by digital conveyor ["Galaxy Quest: The Movie", "Galaxy Quest: The Journey Continues"]

  • Pippin: engineer on Hoopty Doopty ["The Cloak", "Home Boys in Outer Space"]

  • “Pirates of Arrgho, The”: When Dr. Lazarus discovers the Joytan plague spreading through the crew, the Protector Arrgho to get vital aranar drug and find it is not so easy [retro-seredipitiously inspired the filksong "The Pirates of Orion'' and the cantina scene of “Star Wars”] see see Aganuv, atraylamylwide, Awmos Taw, Bbudh, Dazorfor, Deemo, Dhubb, Diphert empire, Divi, Djam, Dzhallish, Evri, h’Ors, Hautooss, hospi-tali tea, Joyntans, Laenph’p, Lishians, Madj, Meedo, Odgreans, Ohpord, Ordohp, orleev, Neerist, Niph, Nodd, Paenph’l, Pheeta Yardap, Phibians, Phuss, Qese, Qomm Pleqq, Reans, Remnans, Reqqajjans, roats ‘Sects, Seqans, Shautoosh, SHORP, Shutt River, Simp’ls, Spaesmans, thinggrene, Thingzob, Thry Yitz, Tirnd, toobisene, Tsuvi, Tuans, Tussans, Vidi, z’pon

  • Pladvog: rogue telepath who mindcontrolled the Eonids ["A Taste for Nothing"]

  • "Plan, The": "Protector II" episode

  • "Planet of Dr. Garbanian, The": The Protector discovers a small planet hidden behind double stars within a nebula -- and Dr. Garbanian. He seems an amiable enough host, until they learn all the inhabitants of his world are exact duplicates, androgynous, multiracial hybrids and that he is aiming his Gamma-Microcoagulant Ray at the diverse population of the binary’s colony. ["Galaxy Quest Episode Guide" by Travis Latke]

  • "Planet of NightMares": The crew has to work together to fight off a nocturnal monster, whose only vulnerable spots are its eyes, but it has many, many eyes. Dr. Lazarus prays, "Pef trom grabthar pef nof warvan mun sheck nofthack." "By the hammer of Grabthar, and the suns of Wavran, come on sunrise!")

  • "Planet of the Titans": The Protector encounters and turns off a huge threatening AI [inspired "Star Trek: The Movie" (1982)]

  • "Planlos durchs Weitall": German version of "Galaxy Quest", literally "Plan-less through Outer Space", quickly and foolishly replaced by "Robin von Sherwood" [German Galaxy Quest website]

  • plasma emitter: used on NSEA ships for generating a plasma shield

  • plasma shield: used to protect NSEA ships or personnel, protects from energy weapons, but not projectiles, and so revived hand-to-hand combat [Global Operations Network Variation Force Arms]

  • "Pleasures of Tuaran, The": In 2382 the Protector crew visits the pleasure planet of Tuaran for some much needed R-and-R, but finds more pleasure in uncovering and thwarting the Z'tarans' new improved plot to replace them, this time via a VR program in which they are actors in a space opera [by Susan Bronson]

  • plemming

  • “Plemming Problem, A”: [retro-seredipitiously inspired “The Trouble with Tribbles”]

  • Pleqq, Qomm: see Qom Pleq

  • "Pod People of Amarna, The": On Amarna Dr. Lazarus disintegrates the pod people by adapting his medical tranquilizers [retro-seredipitiously inspired "Invasion of the Body-snatchers", Galaxy Busters by Sheila Paulson]

  • Poniya: Thermian commander [Lost Questarians website]

  • "Price of Peace, The": When a Gdonk peace talk delegate seeks asylum the Protector is immediately surounded by an armada of Gdonk heavy cruisers and given 24 hours to surender. Cmdr. Taggart replaces the Gdonk with a not-yet-perfected mime simulife prototype and manages to escape with the original just as the substitution is discovered. [Galaxy Quest Episode Guide by Travis Latke]

  • "Princess of Tara": New Adventure episode in which Kraspo and Fedor mistake Lailani for a lost princess. She rather likes all the attention, but not so Chen. He tries to work out a way to remotely disable her appearance generator. [retro-seredipitiously inspired "Lost in Space" episode.] When they reach Tara, they find other princesses -- a holographic imposter [inspired "Dr. Who: The King's Demons" by Terrence Dudley], an android one and the real, but imprisoned one, [inspired "Dr. Who: The Androids of Tara" by David Fisher] Chen's disrupter works just in time to expose the imposer as an imposter just as she's about to marry the prince.

  • plemming: lemming-like pest (“A Plemming Problem”, retro-serendipitiously inspired “The Trouble with Tribbles”

  • “Plemming Problem, A”: the Protector is plagued with plemmings in their plumbing until the plummers prove to be a worse problem [retro-serendipitiously inspired “The Trouble with Tribbles”, “More Tribbles, More Troubles”]

  • plummer: plemming predator (“More Plemmings, More Problems”)

  • Prometheus: SGC ship which refitted using parts from Protector II's saucer [“SG-1”]

  • Protector: (Vito Austin, or Joe Frank in "Galaxy Quest: The Movie" and "Galaxy Quest: The Journey Continues") NSEA starship imprinted to Tawny Madison, commanded by May, then Trout [dr_lazarus MySpace website], and then Peter Quincy Taggart, with whom she had served on the Democracy, helmed by Laredo, maintained by Chen, and protected by "Roc" Ingersol

  • "Protector II": spinoff children's series with Cmdr. Mathesar of Galaxy Quest, nurse Teck and Dr. Teirell and new Leitren enemies [by Lil Prancer, in both Human and Thermian versions, see "The Wrath of Sarris", "The Plan", "The Device", "Flirting with Danger"]

  • Protector III: fled fight in Aladdin system [SubSpaceStatic 209:33]

  • Protector IV: returned to fight in Aladdin system

  • Protector V: manned by recruits of the last First One (“The Last First One”)

  • Protector VI: ship commanded by Timothy James Ribbit (“Muppet Quest”)

  • "Psirens": With the whole male crew of the Protector is lured away by deadly telepaths, it's up to Madison to save the day. [inspired by Homer’s Odyssey, as was a "Red Dwarf" episode, and the animated Star Trek, "The Loralei Signal"]

  • "Pupae Farm, The": A megawasp queen captures the Protector and flies it to its homeworld nest, where it buries the ship and lays myriads of eggs on the hull. Dr. Lazarus creates mass quantities of eau d’kep-mok as a mega-insecticide. [Galaxy Quest Episode Guide by Travis Latke]

  • “Purgator, Francis X.”: pseudonym of contributor to NSEA Bulletin

  • Pryll'a: nebula noted for its cheese ["Time Spirals of the Pryll'a Nebula"]

 

©2019 by Hierogamous Enterprises. Proudly created with Wix.com