UNOFFICIAL QUESTARIAN GUIDE SECTION T

  • T'kalandon empire: ancient empire of which the Protector finds the last remnant while pursuing Phibian pirates. Its beautiful but deadly sentinel threatens them both ["The Lost Outpost"]

  • T’Noseen: Elder of the Mak’tar, friend of Lazarus’s family, husband of L’Riss, uncle of L’Tisha ["Return to the Planet Amexon", "Return to Tev’meck"], died with Tev’meck ["Resurrection"]

  • T’rnd: Twister-like icebreaking game invented by xenologist Neer which drove off Aganguv pirates from Arggho spaceport (“The Pirates of Arggho”)

  • Tada Taika: (voiced by Robin Sachs) twin of Sarris who sought revenge against his twin brother's killer ["The Wrath of Sarris", "Protector II", “The Return of Sarris”]

  • Taggart, Ariel: granddaughter of Peter Quincy Taggart, sister of Richard Taggart, also captain of Repulse (Vendetta)

  • Taggart, Chuck: commander of space station Odyssey 5 ("Odyssey 5")

  • Taggart, Flynn: half-Bajoran, rose to Vice Admiral in Starfleet, son of Capt. Richard Taggart

  • Taggart, Gwen: wife of  Peter Quincy Taggart in Peter/Gwen fanfic

  • Taggart, James "Paladin": half-Pilgrim ["Wing Commander"]

  • Taggart, Jane: wife of Peter Quincy Taggart in Peter/Jane fanfic

  • Taggart, Lailari: wife of  Peter Quincy Taggart in Peter/Lailari fanfic

  • Taggart, Peter Quincy: (played by Jason Nesmith) from Iowa, served with Joan Edith on Arcadia ["Visions of Darkness" and "On the Edge of Forever City"], Tawny Madison on Democracy [lt_madison MySpace website], Commander of the Protector 2381-2384, the Protector II in 2399 and the Protector III 2400-2405, ["Galaxy Quest: The Voyage Continues"]

  • Taggart, Richard: (played by J. Patrick McNamara) captain of Repulse, grandson of Cmdr. Peter Quincy Taggart, husband of Luann of Bajor, father of Flynn Taggart (“Unnatural Selection” by John Mason and Mike Gray)

  • Taggart, Tawny: wife of Peter Quincy Taggart in Peter/Tawny fanfic

  • Takonians: imperialistic enemies of Thermians and Loff ["A New Adventure" by Tony Lee Healey]

  • Targathian: referring to Targath mountains on Empyrion which became a refuge to those fleeing the Talon [Galactica Con Forums]

  • “Targathian Babes": filksong sung on the anniversary of the original airing of “The Babes of Targath” or whenever “The Babes of Targath” is re-aired, ttto "I Believe” by Ervin Drake, Irvin Graham, Jimmy Shirl and Al Stillman

  • Targaths: ["The Babes of Targath" by Den Valdron, who also wrote "Ganymede or Bust"] feral survivors of post-war Targath, Ganymede (Jupiter III), four armed, bipedal, humanoid, golden furred, apelike beings, once noted for strike cruiser used by Dilgar, etal.  [Babylon 5 Wars RPG]

  • "Taste for Nothing, A ": While refueling on M'Yurg 47, the local Eonids kidnap Laredo and two other Protector crew members, as ordered by Pladvog‘s mindcontrol. Stored in half-cocoons they are offered in trade for the Galactic Union’s fuel codes. When that doesn’t work he threatens to complete the cocoons and suffocate them one by one.Cmdr. Taggart notices that the cocoon material is blocking Pladvog’s telepathy to Laredo and uses it to jam the telepathic kill signal to the Eonids just in time. The freed mindslaves turn against Pladvog and complete his cocoon-turban. [Galaxy Quest Episode Guide by Travis Latke]

  • Taw. Awmos: participant in bheer drinking contest beaten by Laredo at Arrgho spaceport who had to put the elk raft back on the roof of city hall (“The Pirates of Arrgho”)

  • "Tawny: Brainy and Brawny": article on Madison's computer translating of Tev'Meckian in "Return To Planet Amexon": [NSEA Bulletin #43 by Jeffrey Henning]

  • "Tawny, Tawny, We Hardly Knew Ye": part two of two-parter with "The Crack in the Mirror" in which Lazarus contemplates the possibility of losing Tawny forever, composing "Tawny-ke, Tawny-ke, wuk buz pan paf." [Starfest 2001]

  • Tawny Madison Institute for Computer Research: Thermian institution dedicated to Tawny Madison, with Dean Yoo as president ["Galaxy Quest: The Movie" by David Howard and Robert Gordon]

  • Teb: Thermian ["Galaxy Quest: The Journey Continues"]

  • Teck: (played by Susan Egan) Thermian female on Protector II and Protector III [uncut "Galaxy Quest: The Movie" by David Howard and Robert Gordon], died in "Resurrection"

  • Teivennil: merchant ship that helped track pirates' shuttle ["Guest Starring"]

  • Teirell: Thermian doctor on Protector II ["Guest Starring"]

  • "Ten Reasons Why Taggart Is Better Than Picard": by Jon Chalmers [Guy's site]

  • Terrakians: noted for enslaving humanoid females ["The Slave Girls of Terrakia"]

  • Textorian: system with third planet ring penal mining colony ["The Shape Shifter of Textorian III"]

  • Tev: sun of Tev'Meck, Warvan system, or legendary progenitor of the Mak'tar who colonized Tev'Meck ["Tales of the Mak’tar" by Stefanie Fleck]

  • Tev'meck: Mak'tar homeworld, Warvan system, destroyed by the Meechans

  • Tev'meckian: pidgin Mak’tarmat that Dr. Lazarus’ parents, Luchien and Trip LaTorr, constructed that brought unity and peace between the native Mak‘tar and the Trojan’s crew -- but not between the Mak’tar and the Meechans [Tev'meckian by Jeffrey Henning, Numbers in Pidgins, Creoles, and Constructed Languages at www.zompist.com/last.htm]

  • Thargats: devolved Targaths, lost in Funn Games (“Funn and Games”, “Ganymede or Bust”, “The Babes of Targath”)

  • Thelianar: Thermian mutineer ["Guest Starring"]

  • Theramin: Thermian homeworld destroyed by Sarris ["Galaxy Quest: The Journey Continues"]

  • Thermia: possible colony for homeworldless Thermians ["Protector II"]

  • Thermian mosquito: mosquitoid that managed to survive the destruction of Theramin and re-colonized elsewhere only to be accidentally exterminated [Quasi-Scientific Ponderings by David Sagis]

  • Thermians: marsupial land cephalopodans, with involuntary chromopores ["Galaxy Quest: The Movie" by David Howard and Robert Gordon, "Reality Check"] or pale humanoids ["Galaxy Quest: The Journey Continues"] from the Klatu nebula, threatened with genocide by Roth'h'ar Sarris of the Fatu-Krey, but saved by the Protector I crew ["Island on the Edge of Forever" by G. L. Peabody], discoverers of the Historical Records Guide and the Keeper of the Historical Records on Desing’s world, saviors of many other threatened peoples in the name of the Galactic Union ["Between Innings"]

  • thinggrene: hallucinogen with which Dr. Lazareth was drugged while at Arggho spaceport (“The Pirates of Arggh”)

  • Thingzob: night demon from Mak’Tar mythology hallucinated by Dr. Lazareth when at Arggho spaceport (“The Pirates of Arggho”)

  • "Those Poor People, or The Island on the Edge of Forever": 2009 "Protector II" episode in which Cmdr. Mathesar on Galaxy Quest discovers Keeper of the Historical Records on Desing’s world

  • Tikaru Rulu: Cmdr. over Chen on the Surpasser [Fred Chen’s MySpace website]

  • "Time Cubed": digital converter malfunction re-materializes Cmdr. Taggart from three hours in the future, after the Protector has been destroyed [by Kurt Michael Bensmiller, who also wrote "Time Squared"]

  • "Time Escape": Protector becomes trapped in the event horizon of the Singularites, a nomadic life-form that travels with their own quantum singularity [by Brannon Braga re-written into "Timescape"]

  • "Time Knots": episode commentary by Adam Kooyer

  • "Time Spirals of the Pryll'a Nebula": The crew gets stuck in a 12-hour time loop in the Pryll’a nebula, while the Meechans use the stolen Protector to attack neighboring allied colonies. Laredo and Chen build a Time-Extractor Pod in time to free the crew and prevent the theft. [Galaxy Quest Episode Guide by Travis Latke]

  • Tkek’ja: beings from which Jek’tka devolved, lost in Funn Games [“Funn and Games”]

  • TMICR: Tawny Madison Institute for Computer Research

  • "Today Is the Tomorrow of Our Yesterdays": Upon digitizing down to Elizabetha, Cmdr. Taggart and Dr. Lazarus are timewarped to 1601 Earth. Taggart becomes involved with Lady Jane Hathaway [Feff's UK Jason Nesmith fanclub website] and Dr. Lazarus is forced to disguise himself by playing an actor playing in the premier of "Hamlet". They are taken back to their own time in Emmett and Clara Brown's steam-powered time machine [Galaxy Quest Episode Guide by Travis Latke, "A Friend in Need", by Jean Lisette Aroeste, who also wrote "Yesterday's Tomorrow"]

  • "Tomorrow's Protector": The whole crew of the Protector awakes with 24-hour amnesia, but evidence of a hard-fought battle. Cmdr. Taggart orders them to find out who they fought, why, and whether they won. When all clues lead to dead-ends, Dr. Lazarus advises, paraphrasing Matthew 6:34, " Jud av'zef eb nof av-khev. hur nof av-khav av'zef eb nof av-khav." ("Do not worry about yesterday. Let yesterday worry about itself.") [by Ira Steve Behr, who also wrote "Yesterday's Enterprise" ]

  • toobisene: wear-resistant synthetic clothing material (“The Pirates of Arrgho”)

  • "To the Stars ... and Right Back Down Again": Sirius, Lily, Melina, Remus, Peter and James from Hogwort's are mistakenly transported up to the Protector II [Harry Potter/Galaxy Quest xover fanfic by Candy and Bells, with introduction by Melina Sorino]

  • Tothian mine field: all that remains of the Tothian Empire, which Cmdr. Taggart used as a weapon against Sarris ["Galaxy Quest: The Journey Continues"]

  • Traveller: [Travell backformation] NSEA starship "Roc" Ingersol served on before it was lost in Beta sector testing the newly acquired Travell hyperdrive ["Roc" Ingersol’s security_guy  MySpace website], captured by the Meechans in the destruction of Tev'meck, on which served Lazarus' father, LaTorr ["Resurrection"], rediscovered only to be destroyed in the battle with Meechans for ORAC. ["ORAC"]

  • Treebs: members of the religious sect that differed in theology with the Largoss with regard to intercession to Ipthar, resulting in disunity exploited by Sar (“Galaxy Quest: The Movie”)

  • Treinta: crewwoman who sacrificed herself to save Protector crew in Mirad'llah civil war ["Stardust"]

  • Trout: Cmdr. of the Protector after May and before Taggart, played by Lloyd Bridges in "Return to Tev'Mek" [dr_lazarus MySpace website]

  • Trojan: starship rescued from Delos 5 by the Protector ["Mists of Delos 5"]

  • "True Yoo": Yoo returns to the Protector to share his gift of invisibility with Madison just when it’s about to be taken over by female-hating Gdonk drones. She is greatly instrumental in repelling the attack, but she gives back the gift because none of her crewmates even noticed [ by René Echevarria, who also wrote Star Trek: The Next Generation: "True Q"]

  • Tsuvi: Remnan tailor who made Tirnd pants for Cmd. Taggart while in Arggho spaceport (“The Pirates of Arggho”)

  • Ttazzbasses: devolved Ssazzbatts, allies with Kdongs in Funn Games (“Funn and Games”, “The Two Loves of Medusa”)

  • Ttfn: Galactic Union diplomat that the Protector transports to Starf ["Bff"]

  • Tuans: aliens in Tuan ghetto in Arggho spaceport where Dr. Lazarus was drugged with thinggrene and hallucinated Thingzob (“The Pirates of Arggho”)

  • Tuaran: pleasure planet [named for town on Borneo] visited by Cmdr. Taggart at least twice in 2382 ("Cmdr.'s Holiday", "The Pleasures of Tuaran")

  • Tussans: used ymor as currency until their economy collapsed (“The Pirates of Arrgh”)

  • "Two Faces of Avsnoyl, The": On Avsnoyl, the crew encounters a friendly race, but soon discover that they only want virilium, that they desperately, insanely want virilium. Cmdr. Taggart at first refuses, and counters every attempt by the Avsnoylians, but to save his crew he eventually gives them the virilium. Their stockpile reaches critical mass, obliterating the Avsnoylians. [Galaxy Quest Episode Guide by Travis Latke]

  • "Two Lovers of Medusa, The": While acting as peacemaker between the warring Gdonks and Ssazzbatts, Cmdr. Taggart inadvertently becomes the object of affection for both matriarchs, Fulvia and Octavia. If that wasn’t bad enough, both races dismember their mates upon mating. Cmdr. Taggart manages to make both females lose interest in him, by claiming he is Madison‘s mate -- and it's verified by the sexometer -- and she demonstrates to them the long-term advantages of a living husband. With the abolition of the death threat they are both pleasantly overwhelmed by suitors. [Galaxy Quest Episode Guide by Travis Latke]

  • "Two Moons of Mee'Kan, The": Mee’Kan’s two moons’ magma fields produce a unique violence-inducing radiation that severely affects Laredo. Dr. Lazarus sedates and restrains him, but he escapes and the sickness is spreading. While defending himself from his crewmates and them from each other, he manages to develop and administer an antidote just before he is overwhelmed and the Protector is able to leave Mee’Kan far behind. [Galaxy Quest Episode Guide by Travis Latke]

  • "Two Worlds of Dilirium, The": While recording for history the birth of a new black hole in the Dilirium nebula Laredo gets the Protector too close and it spawns a time-delayed echo Protector and crew. Both Cmdr. Taggarts eventually conclude that they have to plot synchronized courses around the Dilirium hole to merge their timelines again. [Galaxy Quest Episode Guide by Travis Latke]

  • Ugon: system of the planet Stasis ["The Mystery of Stasis"]

  • Ulysses: NSEA starship "Roc" Ingersol served on before the Protector ["Roc" Ingersol’s security_guy MySpace website]

 

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