UNOFFICIAL QUESTARIAN GUIDE SECTION R

  • Rak Lathe: Sarris’ lieutenant ["Galaxy Quest"]

  • Rafferty, D. Anna: questarian and contributor to NSEA Bulletin

  • Rak’Tam: aka Meechans, devolved Mak’Tar not erased because Dr, Lazarus forfeited the Funn Games [“Funn and Games”]

  • Ramses: NSEA starship [Davezilla.com]

  • "Reality Check": Mathesar reflects on becoming Commander of the Protector II [by Dalton S. Spense]

  • Reans: from homeplanet Rea and colony Spaesma which Chen bested in drinking contest at Arggho spaceport (“The Pirates of Arggho”)

  • Rebellious: NSEA starship "Roc" Ingersol served on ["Roc" Ingersol’s security_guy MySpace website]

  • Rem’Hadag: beings from which Gem’Hadar devolved, lost in Funn Games [“Funn and Games”]

  • Remnans: from Remna, like the tailor from whom Taggart got Tirnd pants while at Arrgho spaceport [“The Pirates of Arggho”]

  • Reneran: enemy leader ["Protector II"]

  • Reqqajjans: from Reqqajja, like Thry Yitz, leader of the band the Phuss were playing at the Neerist bar at Arrgho spaceport when the Protector visited (“The Pirates of Arrgho”)

  • "Resurrection": Dr. Lazarus shares his dream with Madison and together they convince Cmdr. Taggart to risk taking the Protector back in time to try to prevent the massacre of the Mak’Tar. They find that the past cannot be changed much, but the Thermian Teck dies valiantly fighting alongside Lazarus‘ parents, Lazienne and Lt. Cmdr.Trip LaTorr of the Traveller. When Meechans demand surrender, they cry out as one, "Khox!" After the Lectoids revive Lazarus he is discovered by the Xavier. [part three of three-parter with “The Sigournate Virus” and cliffhanger "Return to Tev’meck", and retro-seredipitiously inspired "First Contact" by Rick Berman, "Yesterday‘s Enterprise" by Rick Berman, Ira Steven Behr, Ronald Manning, Hans Beimler and Ronald D. Moore]

  • retro-serendipity: co-incidental connection between future and the past [Wikipedia "Galaxy Quest" entry] for example, Enterprise/Protector, Phlox/Lazarus, Archer/Taggart, Trip/Chen, Malcolm/Ingersol, Hoshi/Tawny, Travis/Laredo, T’Pol/Lailari parallels ["Stranger Than Fiction" by Azar]

  • "Return of Chen, The": The Protector returns to Miranee's world and now her god is dead and her people are dying. Chen saved the computer, but Dr. Lazarus cannot save Miranee, who gives Chen and Lailari her blessing. [retro-seredipitiously inspired Historical Record's "The Starlost: The Return of Oro"]

  • Return of Sarris, The: New Adventure novel in which Sarris’ ghost haunts the Protector bridge, re-triggering the Omega 13 to repeat his last acts over and over, until calmed by Tada Taika [retro-seredipitiously inspired "Voyager II: The Lost Planet", and "Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan"]

  • "Return to Delphos": Princess Mirabanna calls Taggart for help after all. She needs him to fight the unwanted suitor, duke Omachiva. ["Guest Starring"]

  • "Return to Planet Amexon": Dr. Lazarus and the Protector are both simultaneously stricken by mysterious viruses. Madison, unneeded in her usual duties, tends to doctoring the doctor. She claims to have translated his mumbling into Tev'Meckian and English. "Zar wak hov shef fros khax zar trot ped. Roj hos wak pot wab thack khet av paf dre ban wab bug wak khav trut lox." ("The last of our disciples will not last much longer. With all our people preyed upon, it is you who must pray to us for his recovery.") Cmdr. Taggart however convinces her that it was mere delirium, until they tell her in a dream, "Sok paf gub zog lazarus voz. trut drar fros grum trut. paf ban gun trut sa bog Adirolf-ke sheck mam Amexon-ke. nug kux sol." ("Only you can prevent Lazarus' fire. His fever will consume him. You must wash him in the spring of Adirolf on the planet Amexon. Rinse and repeat.")  Madison puts all the rest of the crew in stasis and takes solo command of the Protector , but almost too late she realizes that she's fallen into a trap set by Rulfian separatists. She manages to revived Dr. Lazarus and together they overcome the Rulfians, albeit revealingly ripping her body suit. He returns the ship, then she revives the rest of the crew. The Protector's good doctor mercifully keeps secret her mutiny and allows Madison to cheerfully return to her routine duties as computer interface specialist. [Galaxy Quest Episode Guide by Travis Latke, cut from the episode was a planned appearance of Grabthar himself according to Grabthar's Toolbox]

  • "Return to Sirenodon": Chen commandeers the Protector to return his former Commander Artemis Bishop to the planet Sirenodon [sequel to "Astro Quest: The Slavers of Sirenodon" by Naren Shankar]

  • "Return to Tev’Meck": Dr. Lazarus returns with his new bride, Tawny nad-vor Lazarus, to his homeworld [second part of three-parter with "The Sigournate Virus" and "Resurrection"]

  • Rexillium III: see Pentillium

  • Ribbit, Timothy James: (played by Kermit T. Frog) captain of Protector VI (“Muppet Quest”)

  • Rins: devolved Nirs, lost in Funn Games (“The Pirates of Arrgho”, “Funna and Games”)

  • Rosenberg, Willow: played Princess Mirabanna's handmaiden ["Long Live Mirabanna" "Return to Delphos"], fights fangor ["With Special Guest",], protects from vampires ["Guest Starring"], counters omegahedron [ "Escalation"]

  • Rovelstad, Dr. Glorianna: questarian contributor to NSEA Bulletin

  • "Rubber Forehead Aliens": Television Tropes and Idioms article on Alexander Dane's overcoming the limits of his low-budget prosthetic make-up

  • Rulfians: bestial humanoids from Rulf, most vicious opponents of the Galactic Peace Accord ["Return to Planet Amexon"]

  • Rusler, Morgan: questarian, played himself in "Galaxy Quest: The Movie", Mac in "The Tomorrow Man" (2001), DBA Emissary #2 in "Solaris" (2002), Barker in "Firefly" (2003)

 

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