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=== Townsperson ===
 
=== Townsperson ===
 
[[Image:Townsperson.jpg|thumb|A townsperson]]
 
[[Image:Townsperson.jpg|thumb|A townsperson]]
This young woman was living in a settlement near [[Bozeman]], [[Montana]] in [[2063]] when the crew of the [[Vulcan]] ship ''[[T'Plana-Hath (ship)|T'Plana-Hath]]'' landed there and made [[first contact]] with [[Zefram Cochrane]]. (''[[Star Trek: First Contact]]'')
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This young woman was living in a settlement near [[Bozeman]], [[Montana]] in [[2063]] when the crew of the [[Vulcan]] ship ''[[T'Plana-Hath (ship)|T'Plana-Hath]]'' landed there and made [[first contact]] with [[Zefram Cochrane]]. ({{film|8}})
 
:''Played by [[Tamara Lee Krinsky]].''
 
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The [[blood bank]] '''supervisor''' was the boss of [[Loomis]]. She was responsible for paying donors their [[United States dollar|$20]], after donating [[blood]].
 
The [[blood bank]] '''supervisor''' was the boss of [[Loomis]]. She was responsible for paying donors their [[United States dollar|$20]], after donating [[blood]].
   
During his attempt to kidnap [[Lawrence Strode]], Loomis told Strode that he had signed the wrong papers and that he had to sign the correct papers in front of the supervisor, whom he refered to as "the fat broad" that paid him. ([[ENT]]: "[[Carpenter Street (episode)|Carpenter Street]]")
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During his attempt to kidnap [[Lawrence Strode]], Loomis told Strode that he had signed the wrong papers and that he had to sign the correct papers in front of the supervisor, whom he refered to as "the fat broad" that paid him. ({{ENT|Carpenter Street}})
   
 
=== Prostitute #1 ===
 
=== Prostitute #1 ===
 
[[Image:Pros 1.jpg|thumb|A prostitute in Detroit in 2004]]
 
[[Image:Pros 1.jpg|thumb|A prostitute in Detroit in 2004]]
This '''prostitute''' approached [[Loomis]], a blood bank worker, whom the [[Xindi]], who had traveled back in time, had enlisted to provide humans with different blood types for a bioweapon. She asked if he was looking for a date. He asked for her friend instead, and she told him that he did't know what he was missing. ([[ENT]]: "[[Carpenter Street (episode)|Carpenter Street]]")
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This '''prostitute''' approached [[Loomis]], a blood bank worker, whom the [[Xindi]], who had traveled back in time, had enlisted to provide humans with different blood types for a bioweapon. She asked if he was looking for a date. He asked for her friend instead, and she told him that he did't know what he was missing. ({{ENT|Carpenter Street}})
 
:''Played by [[Erin Cummings]].''
 
:''Played by [[Erin Cummings]].''
 
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=== Driver ===
 
=== Driver ===
 
[[Image:Driver-1159.jpg|thumb|A driver]]
 
[[Image:Driver-1159.jpg|thumb|A driver]]
The '''driver''''s car was hit in the back by [[Shannon O'Donnell]]. She was asking someone for information and was not paying attention. Unfortunatelly for him, her insurance had run out. He said he would take cash, but she didn't have any money. ([[VOY]]: "[[11:59]]")
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The '''driver''''s car was hit in the back by [[Shannon O'Donnell]]. She was asking someone for information and was not paying attention. Unfortunatelly for him, her insurance had run out. He said he would take cash, but she didn't have any money. ({{VOY|11:59}})
 
:''Played by [[Christopher Curry]].''
 
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=== Passerby ===
 
=== Passerby ===
 
[[Image:Passerby-1159.jpg|thumb|A passerby]]
 
[[Image:Passerby-1159.jpg|thumb|A passerby]]
The '''passerby''' was asked by [[Shannon O'Donnell]] were she could find, food, gas and lodging. The man told her that she could not find any of these things in town and that she should get back on the interstate. ([[VOY]]: "[[11:59]]")
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The '''passerby''' was asked by [[Shannon O'Donnell]] were she could find, food, gas and lodging. The man told her that she could not find any of these things in town and that she should get back on the interstate. ({{VOY|11:59}})
 
:''Played by [[James Greene]].''
 
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The '''male party guest''' was an associate of [[Chris Brynner]]. He and the female guest met [[Jadzia Dax]] at Brynner's party in [[2024]], where they had a brief conversation. He had recently secured the rights for a new seafloor mining operation, although the [[Pan-Caribbean]] government was skeptical about the project at first. Unfortunately, he and his date had to cancel their trip to [[France]] due to the student protests there.
 
The '''male party guest''' was an associate of [[Chris Brynner]]. He and the female guest met [[Jadzia Dax]] at Brynner's party in [[2024]], where they had a brief conversation. He had recently secured the rights for a new seafloor mining operation, although the [[Pan-Caribbean]] government was skeptical about the project at first. Unfortunately, he and his date had to cancel their trip to [[France]] due to the student protests there.
   
With regard to [[Sanctuary District]]s, his attitude epitomized that of the period upper-class [[United States]]: ''"It's the only way to keep those... ''people''... off the streets."'' ([[DS9]]: "[[Past Tense, Part I]]")
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With regard to [[Sanctuary District]]s, his attitude epitomized that of the period upper-class [[United States]]: ''"It's the only way to keep those... ''people''... off the streets."'' ({{DS9|Past Tense, Part I}})
 
:''Played by [[Henry Hayashi]].''
 
:''Played by [[Henry Hayashi]].''
 
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The '''female party guest''' was an associate of [[Chris Brynner]]. She and the male guest met [[Jadzia Dax]] at Brynner's party in [[2024]], where they had a brief conversation.
 
The '''female party guest''' was an associate of [[Chris Brynner]]. She and the male guest met [[Jadzia Dax]] at Brynner's party in [[2024]], where they had a brief conversation.
   
She said she was glad the [[United States]] didn't have to worry about the political turmoil facing [[Europe]], and she seemed put off when Dax replied, ''"Don't count on it."'' ([[DS9]]: "[[Past Tense, Part I]]")
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She said she was glad the [[United States]] didn't have to worry about the political turmoil facing [[Europe]], and she seemed put off when Dax replied, ''"Don't count on it."'' ({{DS9|Past Tense, Part I}})
 
:''Played by [[Patty Holley]].''
 
:''Played by [[Patty Holley]].''
 
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=== Stairway Guard ===
 
=== Stairway Guard ===
 
[[Image:Stairway guard.jpg|thumb|The Stairway Guard]]
 
[[Image:Stairway guard.jpg|thumb|The Stairway Guard]]
The '''Stairway Guard''' was a human who lived in the San Francisco Sanctuary District in 2024. He refused to let [[Benjamin Sisko|Sisko]] and [[Julian Bashir|Bashir]], who had been transported to this era due to a [[transporter]] malfunction, enter a building when they were seeking shelter for the night. He told them there was no room and they had to look some place else. ([[DS9]]: "[[Past Tense, Part I]]")
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The '''Stairway Guard''' was a human who lived in the San Francisco Sanctuary District in 2024. He refused to let [[Benjamin Sisko|Sisko]] and [[Julian Bashir|Bashir]], who had been transported to this era due to a [[transporter]] malfunction, enter a building when they were seeking shelter for the night. He told them there was no room and they had to look some place else. ({{DS9|Past Tense, Part I}})
 
:''Played by [[Eric Stuart]].''
 
:''Played by [[Eric Stuart]].''
 
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=== Bell ringer ===
 
=== Bell ringer ===
 
[[Image:Bell ringer.jpg|thumb|The bell ringer]]
 
[[Image:Bell ringer.jpg|thumb|The bell ringer]]
The '''Bell Ringer''' was a character in the post atomic era on earth. Martial law existed, and courts were nothing more than barbaric rituals. The Bell Ringer would announce the arrival of Q on his floating throne. ([[TNG]]: "[[Encounter at Farpoint]]")
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The '''Bell Ringer''' was a character in the post atomic era on earth. Martial law existed, and courts were nothing more than barbaric rituals. The Bell Ringer would announce the arrival of Q on his floating throne. ({{TNG|Encounter at Farpoint}})
 
:''The Bell Ringer was portrayed by an unknown actor.''
 
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[[Image:Drugged military officer.jpg|thumb|A military officer]]
 
[[Image:Drugged military officer.jpg|thumb|A military officer]]
   
The '''Drugged military officer''' was an armed guard in Q's representation of a post atomic court on Earth. He shot his machine gun at the feet of Picard and his crew who had been brought by Q to answer for the crime of humanity. Tasha Yar would disarm him and knock him down. Q declared him out of order, and as he was being executed, he sniffed drugs that were attached to his suit, so he could die happy. ([[TNG]]: "[[Encounter at Farpoint]]")
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The '''Drugged military officer''' was an armed guard in Q's representation of a post atomic court on Earth. He shot his machine gun at the feet of Picard and his crew who had been brought by Q to answer for the crime of humanity. Tasha Yar would disarm him and knock him down. Q declared him out of order, and as he was being executed, he sniffed drugs that were attached to his suit, so he could die happy. ({{TNG|Encounter at Farpoint}})
 
:''The drugged military officer was played by [[Chuck Hicks]].''
 
:''The drugged military officer was played by [[Chuck Hicks]].''
 
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=== Mandarin bailiff ===
 
=== Mandarin bailiff ===
 
[[Image:Mandarin bailiff.jpg|thumb|The Mandarin bailiff]]
 
[[Image:Mandarin bailiff.jpg|thumb|The Mandarin bailiff]]
The Mandarin bailiff was a character in the post atomic court that Q recreated and brought Picard and his crew to stand trial for the crimes of humanity. He order the prisoners to stand as he introduced Q. He read the charges, declaring humans as a savage species. ([[TNG]]: "[[Encounter at Farpoint]]")
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The Mandarin bailiff was a character in the post atomic court that Q recreated and brought Picard and his crew to stand trial for the crimes of humanity. He order the prisoners to stand as he introduced Q. He read the charges, declaring humans as a savage species. ({{TNG|Encounter at Farpoint}})
 
:''The mandarin bailiff was played by [[Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa]].''
 
:''The mandarin bailiff was played by [[Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa]].''
 
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List of unnamed Humans from the 21st century.

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Inhabitants of Bozeman, Montana

Townsperson

Townsperson

A townsperson

This young woman was living in a settlement near Bozeman, Montana in 2063 when the crew of the Vulcan ship T'Plana-Hath landed there and made first contact with Zefram Cochrane. (Star Trek: First Contact)

Played by Tamara Lee Krinsky.



Inhabitants of Detroit, Michigan

Blood Bank Supervisor

The blood bank supervisor was the boss of Loomis. She was responsible for paying donors their $20, after donating blood.

During his attempt to kidnap Lawrence Strode, Loomis told Strode that he had signed the wrong papers and that he had to sign the correct papers in front of the supervisor, whom he refered to as "the fat broad" that paid him. (ENT: "Carpenter Street")

Prostitute #1

File:Pros 1.jpg

This prostitute approached Loomis, a blood bank worker, whom the Xindi, who had traveled back in time, had enlisted to provide humans with different blood types for a bioweapon. She asked if he was looking for a date. He asked for her friend instead, and she told him that he did't know what he was missing. (ENT: "Carpenter Street")

Played by Erin Cummings.



Inhabitants of Portage Creek, Indiana

Driver

Driver-1159

A driver

The driver's car was hit in the back by Shannon O'Donnell. She was asking someone for information and was not paying attention. Unfortunatelly for him, her insurance had run out. He said he would take cash, but she didn't have any money. (VOY: "11:59")

Played by Christopher Curry.


Passerby

Passerby-1159

A passerby

The passerby was asked by Shannon O'Donnell were she could find, food, gas and lodging. The man told her that she could not find any of these things in town and that she should get back on the interstate. (VOY: "11:59")

Played by James Greene.



Inhabitants of San Francisco, California

Male Party Guest

Henry Hayashi

The male guest

The male party guest was an associate of Chris Brynner. He and the female guest met Jadzia Dax at Brynner's party in 2024, where they had a brief conversation. He had recently secured the rights for a new seafloor mining operation, although the Pan-Caribbean government was skeptical about the project at first. Unfortunately, he and his date had to cancel their trip to France due to the student protests there.

With regard to Sanctuary Districts, his attitude epitomized that of the period upper-class United States: "It's the only way to keep those... people... off the streets." (DS9: "Past Tense, Part I")

Played by Henry Hayashi.


Female Party Guest

Female party guest

The female guest

The female party guest was an associate of Chris Brynner. She and the male guest met Jadzia Dax at Brynner's party in 2024, where they had a brief conversation.

She said she was glad the United States didn't have to worry about the political turmoil facing Europe, and she seemed put off when Dax replied, "Don't count on it." (DS9: "Past Tense, Part I")

Played by Patty Holley.


Stairway Guard

Stairway guard

The Stairway Guard

The Stairway Guard was a human who lived in the San Francisco Sanctuary District in 2024. He refused to let Sisko and Bashir, who had been transported to this era due to a transporter malfunction, enter a building when they were seeking shelter for the night. He told them there was no room and they had to look some place else. (DS9: "Past Tense, Part I")

Played by Eric Stuart.



Post-atomic horror Humans

Bell ringer

Bell ringer

The bell ringer

The Bell Ringer was a character in the post atomic era on earth. Martial law existed, and courts were nothing more than barbaric rituals. The Bell Ringer would announce the arrival of Q on his floating throne. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint")

The Bell Ringer was portrayed by an unknown actor.


Drugged military officer

Drugged military officer

A military officer

The Drugged military officer was an armed guard in Q's representation of a post atomic court on Earth. He shot his machine gun at the feet of Picard and his crew who had been brought by Q to answer for the crime of humanity. Tasha Yar would disarm him and knock him down. Q declared him out of order, and as he was being executed, he sniffed drugs that were attached to his suit, so he could die happy. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint")

The drugged military officer was played by Chuck Hicks.


Mandarin bailiff

Mandarin bailiff

The Mandarin bailiff

The Mandarin bailiff was a character in the post atomic court that Q recreated and brought Picard and his crew to stand trial for the crimes of humanity. He order the prisoners to stand as he introduced Q. He read the charges, declaring humans as a savage species. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint")

The mandarin bailiff was played by Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa.


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