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The various television series of Star Trek have become household names, but do you know in which

series the following characters first appeared? Some of them have crossed over into different

series, and you will have to decide which of the three possible answers provided is the correct show.

If you would like to send your answers to us here at smiley - thepost we will give
you a mention in next week's edition. An email address has been handily provided for you below the

Ten Startling Star Trek Stalwarts

  1. Morn
    A. The Next Generation
    B. DS9
    C. Enterprise

  2. Thomas Eugene Paris
    A. The Next Generation
    B. The Original Series
    C. Voyager

  3. Dr. Phlox
    A. DS9
    B. Enterprise
    C. Voyager

  4. Worf - Of The House of Martok
    A. The Next Generation
    B. DS9
    C. Voyager

  5. Spock
    A. Enterprise
    B. The Next Generation
    C. The Original Series

  6. Guinan
    A. The Next Generation
    B. Voyager
    C. DS9

  7. Montgomery Scott
    A. Enterprise
    B. DS9
    C. The Original Series

  8. Q
    A. The Next Generation
    B. DS9
    C. Voyager

  9. T'Pol
    A. The Original Series
    B. Enterprise
    C. Voyager

  10. Seven of Nine
    A. Enterprise
    B. The Next Generation
    C. Voyager

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A Dr. Justin - 8 Questions Correct.


Nasty Novel Idea's Answers

  1. Gone With The Wind by Margaret Mitchell.
    A. Ba! Ba! Black Sheep
  2. Moby Dick by Herman Melville.
    B. The Whale
  3. War And Peace by Leo Tolstoy.
    A. All's Well That Ends Well
  4. Roots by Alex Haley.
    C. Before This Anger
  5. The Time Machine by H.G. Wells.
    A. The Chronic Argonauts
  6. Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson.
    B. The Sea-Cook
  7. Lady Chatterley's Lover by D.H. Lawrence.
    B. Tenderness
  8. Frankenstein by Mary Shelley.
    C. Prometheus Unchained
  9. Jaws by Peter Benchley.
    B. The Summer of The Shark
  10. Catch-22 by Joseph Heller.
    B. Catch-18

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