Hiro gives the Vulcan salute.
Star Trek is a science fiction television and film franchise, set between 2151 and 2379 A.D. The franchise has spanned forty years, six series, and ten films. Hiro and Ando are big fans, Hiro more so than Ando.
Referenzen in Episoden
- When Hiro states that he will also be able to bend space and teleport, Ando comments that it's "like Star Trek" (meaning the transporter). (Genesis)
- Hiro tells Ando, "I broke the space-time continuum!", a phrase made popular in the Star Trek: The Next Generation series. (Genesis)
- Ando comments that Hiro's "Kräfte beyond any mere mortal" are like Spock's. He then suggests that Hiro use his Vulcan death grip when he is dragged back to his desk by his boss. (Genesis)
- After getting bounced from the club for teleporting into the women's bathroom, Hiro expresses his desire to be different as "I wanna boldly go where no man has gone before". This is from the opening monologue of Star Trek, and was eventually revealed to be a quote from Zefram Cochrane's speech before the first warp flight. (Genesis)
- Ando sarcastically says to Hiro, "Na los, Scotty, beam uns hoch!".(Genesis)
- 9th Wonders!, Issue #14 depicts the conversation in which Hiro tells Ando, dass er "in Welten vordringen wird, die nie ein Mensch zuvor gesehen hat." (Don't Look Back)
- Hiro again compares his teleportation ability to Star Trek's transporters while speaking to the NYPD detectives investigating the murder of Isaac Mendez in the future. He then offers the detective the vulkanischer Gruß. (Don't Look Back)
- Hiro repeats his Vulcan salute when he meets Isaac in Midland at the Burnt Toast Diner. (Fallout)
- Kaito Nakamura's limo's license plate reads, "NCC-1701". This is the service number for the USS Enterprise. George Takei was an original cast member of Star Trek. (Distractions)
- Hope calls Hiro "Sulu" just before she punches him in the face. (Run!)
- Hiro gives Steve Gustavson the Vulcan salute and says, "I come in peace." (Run!)
- Hiro and Ando part ways with the Vulcan salute. (Unexpected)
- Ando tells Hiro that his whole life he talked about his favorite stories of heroes he wanted to be, Star Trek being part of those heroes. (How to Stop an Exploding Man)
Referenzen in Hiros Blog
Hiro's blog on the NBC site makes the following Star Trek references:
- Hiro marks his first blog entry as "Captain's Log, Stardate 1771.1," and catalogs each ongoing entry similarly.
- In Stardate 1739.1, he lists his favorite TV show as Star Trek.
- In Stardate 1739.1, he concludes with "Live long and prosper."
- In Stardate 1739.1, he leaves a postcript saying, "Happy Birthday, Star Trek!"
- Erick Avari (Chandra Suresh) appeared in Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Star Trek: Enterprise.
- Michael Reilly Burke (LVPD detective) had recurring roles in Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Star Trek: Enterprise.
- Josh Clark (Sheriff Davidson) appeared in Star Trek: The Next Generation, and played Lt. Joe Carey on Star Trek: Voyager.
- Eliza Coleman (Woman in car crash) did stunt work for Star Trek: Nemesis and Star Trek: Insurrection.
- Roxann Dawson (director) played Lt. B'Elanna Torres on Star Trek: Voyager, and directed episodes of Voyager and Star Trek: Enterprise.
- Thomas Dekker (Zach) appeared in Star Trek Generations and two episodes of Star Trek: Voyager.
- Bryan Fuller (writer/co-executive producer) was a writer on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager.
- Colby French (Hank) appeared on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
- Jeremy Fry (stunt driver) performed utility stunts in several episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise.
- Brad Greenquist (Kaito's assistant) appeared in four different roles on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, and Enterprise.
- Adam Harrington (Paramedic) played a scientist on Star Trek: Enterprise.
- Tina Lifford (Paulette Hawkins) appeared on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
- Bart McCarthy (Mr. Claremont) appeared in an episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and provided the voice for a character in the video game Star Trek: Starfleet Academy.
- Malcolm McDowell (Mr. Linderman) played Tolian Soran in Star Trek Generations.
- Brian Morri (Mr. Crane) played an Enolian guard on Star Trek: Enterprise.
- Terrence O'Hara (director) directed an episode of Star Trek: Voyager.
- John Prosky (Micah's principal) appeared on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager.
- Ian Quinn (Officer Ramsford) was a stunt performer in Star Trek: Insurrection.
- Mark Riccardi (Greg Grunberg's stunt double) did stunts for Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, and Star Trek Generations.
- Cristine Rose (Angela Petrelli) played a Klingon in an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
- Rick Scarry (Bartender) appeared on Star Trek: The Next Generation as "Jarth".
- Justin Sundquist (stunt double) did was a MACO and did stunts for Star Trek: Enterprise.
- George Takei (Kaito Nakamura) played Hikaru Sulu on Star Trek and in the first seven films, and voiced several characters on Star Trek: The Animated Series.
- Beth Toussaint, Jack Coleman's wife, played Tasha Yar's sister in an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
- Dan Warner (dünner Polizist) appeared as a cop on Star Trek: Enterprise.
- Clay Wilcox (Gun seller) appeared on Star Trek: Enterprise.
- D. Elliot Woods (SWAT officer) had roles in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Insurrection, and Star Trek: Enterprise.
- Dale Smither's hometown of Bozeman, MT is the location of Zephram Cochrane's original warp engine project, and was a pivotal location in Star Trek: First Contact.
Ando and Hiro compare teleportation to the Star Trek transporter.
The license plate on Kaito's limo is NCC 1701.
Hiro breaks the ice with Steve Gustavson.
- Memory Alpha], das Star Trek Wiki-Projekt
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