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Is Dr who like Star Trek?
Doctor Who is the only TV-based franchise to rival Star Trek in the realm of “expanded universe” releases. Much as Star Trek fans are known as “Trekkies”, some Doctor Who fans have dubbed themselves “Whovians”.
Where is Marina Sirtis now?
The actress, who now lives in Twickenham, says she hasn’t regretted coming back to London for a “nanosecond”.
What inspired Doctor Who?
The Doctor was partly inspired by Sherlock Holmes. According to the BBC, Doctor Who was partly inspired by Sherlock Holmes (and both the Fourth and Eleventh Doctors have even dressed up as him).
Could the Tardis exist?
According to Science, Yes… Maybe. According to a paper published by a pair of Whovian physicists, the geometry of spacetime that the TARDIS maneuvers in might exist in our own universe, allowing for travel in all directions through space and time. …
Why is it called Star Wars?
the Sequel, Prequel and Episodes IV, V and VI always pertains to the battle between the Sith and the Jedi, between the Galactic Empire and the Rebel Alliance which happened in different planets and star systems, so it is called Star Wars, because it is a War in different Star Systems in a Galaxy composed of trillions …
What was Spock’s first name?
S’chn T’gai Spock
Spock (full name S’chn T’gai Spock) was a famed half-Vulcan/half-Human Starfleet officer who served the Federation in the 23rd and 24th centuries. Spock’s full name was revealed in TOS novel: Ishmael. In TOS episode: “This Side of Paradise”, Spock said that his full name was unpronounceable to Humans.
How did bones get his nickname in Star Trek?
The character’s nickname, “Bones”, is a play on sawbones, an epithet for a physician qualified as a surgeon. In the 2009 Star Trek film reboot, when McCoy first meets Kirk, he states, “The ex-wife took the whole damn planet in the divorce. All I got left is my bones”, which also could be from where his nickname came.
Is Marina Sirtis married?
Michael Lamperm. 1992