December 1998

Nancy Paquette of Rhode Island is the winner of the USS Defiant from Playmates Toys. She knew Butler was the name of Jame Kirk's dog, as was stated in the movie Star Trek: Generations.

October & November 1998

Mike Morgan of England is the winner of the Star Trek: The Captain's Table book set; Simon Freiberg of Australia is the winner of the Star Trek: Strange New Worlds book and Ian Bunn of England is the winner of the Star Trek: The Dominion War book set. All three knew that the computer was referring to tomato soup.

September 1998

Frieder Bartussek of Germany is the winner of the Star Trek: The Experience Prize Package! (There was no question this month in celebration of our one year anniversary.)

August 1998

Dave Stock of Utah is the winner of the Star Trek Voyager pilot episode Caretaker. Dave knew "To Bring Light into the Darkness" is on the U.S.S. Stargazer's dedication plaque.

July 1998

"B'Elanna Torres" of Boulder, Colorado is the winner of the autographed photo of Star Trek Deep Space Nine's Alexander Siddig a.k.a. Dr. Bashir. She knew that the number 16309 was the prefix code to the U.S.S. Reliant.

June 1998

Stephen A. Rogers of Coffeyville, Kansas is the winner of the Star Trek: Voyager Limited Edition CD-Rom Entertainment Utility by Sound Source Interactive. Stephen knew the answer was Mr. Setti, who is Mr. Mot's associate aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise.

May 1998

Sabrina Taylor is the winner of the Star Trek: New Frontier hardback book by Peter David. Sabrina knew the answer was Leonard Nimoy, whose voice was that of the U.S.S. Excelsior turbolift in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock.

April 1998

Inge Heyer of Maryland is the winner of a cast photo signed by Jeri Ryan a.k.a. 7 of 9. Inge knew The answer was Famke Janssen, who played Kamala in The Perfect Mate and Xenia Onatopp in the James Bond film Goldeneye.

March 1998

Brandee Boice of England is the winner of this month's contest and she chose Inside Star Trek, the hardback book by Herbert F. Solow and Robert H. Justman as her prize. She knew the nickname of the animal species on Vulcan that has six inch fangs and is not like it's counterpart on Earth was a teddy bear.

February 1998

The winner of the set of Star Trek: The Next Generation Cards (from 1992) and the set of First Contact Movie Cards for February's contest was Curtis C. Chen of Calafornia. He knew the name of the two transport vessels that ferried El-Aurian refugees in convoy and were then caught in the nexus energy ribbon in Star Trek: Generations were the S.S. Lakul and the S.S. Robert Fox (the latter was not identified in dialogue, but was displayed on the Enterprise-B science officer's bridge console).

January 1998

The winner of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D Blueprints for the January contest was Jocelyn Bouchard of Canada. Her name was randomly selected from all the correct entries. She knew one of the five actors was James Sloyan.

The five actors who played *different* rolls in Star Trek: TNG, DS9 and VOY are:

1) Vaught Armstrong:

Captain Korris in Heart of Glory (TNG), Gul Danar in Past Prologue (DS9) and
Telek in Eye of the Needle (VOY).
2) James Horan:
Jo'Bril in Suspicion (TNG), Lt. Barnaby in Descent II (TNG), Ikat'ika in
In Purgatory's Shadow (DS9) and Tosin in Fair Trade (VGR).
3) Scott MacDonald:
Subcommander N'Vek in Face of the Enemy (TNG), Tosk in Captive Pursuit
(DS9), Goran'Agar in Hippocratic Oath (DS9) and Ensign Rollins in Caretaker
4) Tim Russ:
Devor in Starship Mine (TNG), T'Kar in Invasive Procedures (DS9)
and Lieutenant Tuvok in Voyager.
5) James Sloyan:
Admiral Alidar Jarok The Defector (TNG), K'Mtar the future Alexander in
Firstborn (TNG), Dr. Mora Pol in The Alternate (DS9), and Dr. Ma'Bor Jetrel
in Jetrel (VOY).

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