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[[Commander]] {{dis|Collins|Commander}} suggested this individual may have been involved when Phlox was abducted from Earth later that year, though it was ultimately found to be the work of [[Rigelian]]s working for the [[Klingon]]s. ({{ENT|Affliction}})
 
[[Commander]] {{dis|Collins|Commander}} suggested this individual may have been involved when Phlox was abducted from Earth later that year, though it was ultimately found to be the work of [[Rigelian]]s working for the [[Klingon]]s. ({{ENT|Affliction}})
 
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=== Father {{anchor|Hernandez's father 001}}===
 
=== Father {{anchor|Hernandez's father 001}}===
 
Erika's '''father''' wanted her to be an explorer, something she recalled wistfully to Archer, saying she saw her [[2151|three-years-prior]] self in the {{dis|captain|rank}}. ({{ENT|Home}})
 
Erika's '''father''' wanted her to be an explorer, something she recalled wistfully to Archer, saying she saw her [[2151|three-years-prior]] self in the {{dis|captain|rank}}. ({{ENT|Home}})
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This '''professor''' got into an argument with [[John Frederick Paxton]] in which they opined that [[Colonel]] [[Phillip Green]] was a [[genocide|genocidal]] [[madman]]. Upon hearing Paxton recount this in [[2155]], [[Daniel Greaves]] guessed that they both had had the same [[professor]]. ({{ENT|Demons}})
 
This '''professor''' got into an argument with [[John Frederick Paxton]] in which they opined that [[Colonel]] [[Phillip Green]] was a [[genocide|genocidal]] [[madman]]. Upon hearing Paxton recount this in [[2155]], [[Daniel Greaves]] guessed that they both had had the same [[professor]]. ({{ENT|Demons}})
   
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== IME receptionist {{anchor|Receptionist 1}}==
 
== IME receptionist {{anchor|Receptionist 1}}==
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'''[[Travis Mayweather]]'s [[uncle]]''' was the source of a [[ghost story]] once told by Mayweather. The story recounted a man named [[George Webb]], who was supposedly a personal friend of the uncle's. ({{ENT|Strange New World}})
 
'''[[Travis Mayweather]]'s [[uncle]]''' was the source of a [[ghost story]] once told by Mayweather. The story recounted a man named [[George Webb]], who was supposedly a personal friend of the uncle's. ({{ENT|Strange New World}})
 
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== McCoy's great-great-granddaddy {{anchor|McCoy ancestor 001}} ==
 
== McCoy's great-great-granddaddy {{anchor|McCoy ancestor 001}} ==
 
This '''[[great-great-granddaddy]]''' was one of [[Leonard McCoy]]'s progenitors who lived in the [[American]] [[The South|South]] and was rumored to have the finest [[garden]] in the area. He also had a [[recipe]] for [[weed spray]] that McCoy used against the [[swooper]]s on the [[planet]] [[Phylos]] in [[2269]]. ({{TAS|The Infinite Vulcan}})
 
This '''[[great-great-granddaddy]]''' was one of [[Leonard McCoy]]'s progenitors who lived in the [[American]] [[The South|South]] and was rumored to have the finest [[garden]] in the area. He also had a [[recipe]] for [[weed spray]] that McCoy used against the [[swooper]]s on the [[planet]] [[Phylos]] in [[2269]]. ({{TAS|The Infinite Vulcan}})
 
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== News reporters {{anchor|News reporters}} ==
 
== News reporters {{anchor|News reporters}} ==
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File:Reporter 1, 2155.jpg|''Played by [[Rafeedah Keys]]''
 
File:Reporter 1, 2155.jpg|''Played by [[Rafeedah Keys]]''
 
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==O'Malley's friends {{anchor|Loved ones}}==
 
==O'Malley's friends {{anchor|Loved ones}}==
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== Samuels' father {{Anchor|Samuels' father 001}}==
 
== Samuels' father {{Anchor|Samuels' father 001}}==
 
[[Nathan Samuels]]' '''father''' died in a [[freighter]] accident while a [[Denobulan pilot 002|Denobulan]] was piloting it. Samuels' blaming of the pilot led him to join [[Terra Prime]], an action he later regretted. ({{ENT|Demons}})
 
[[Nathan Samuels]]' '''father''' died in a [[freighter]] accident while a [[Denobulan pilot 002|Denobulan]] was piloting it. Samuels' blaming of the pilot led him to join [[Terra Prime]], an action he later regretted. ({{ENT|Demons}})
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This '''[[grandmother]]''' of Hoshi Sato held on to a special [[Japanese]] [[recipe]] for [[oden]] that was shared with the young Sato. It was reportedly one of this grandmother's specialties that had been passed down for [[generation]]s. ({{ENT|Singularity}})
 
This '''[[grandmother]]''' of Hoshi Sato held on to a special [[Japanese]] [[recipe]] for [[oden]] that was shared with the young Sato. It was reportedly one of this grandmother's specialties that had been passed down for [[generation]]s. ({{ENT|Singularity}})
 
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=== Mother {{anchor|Sato's mother 001}} ===
 
=== Mother {{anchor|Sato's mother 001}} ===
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She had always wanted Hoshi to take [[piano]] lessons. In [[2154]], struggling to understand a [[language]], Sato commented that she wished she'd listened to her. ({{ENT|Damage}})
 
She had always wanted Hoshi to take [[piano]] lessons. In [[2154]], struggling to understand a [[language]], Sato commented that she wished she'd listened to her. ({{ENT|Damage}})
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{{bginfo|In deleted scenes from {{e|The Expanse}}, Sato tells Archer she's sending [[book]]s and [[clothing]] home to her mother.}}
 
{{bginfo|In deleted scenes from {{e|The Expanse}}, Sato tells Archer she's sending [[book]]s and [[clothing]] home to her mother.}}
   
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According to [[Montgomery Scott]], he likened the experimental [[transwarp drive]] that the {{USS|Excelsior}} was equipped with to the equivalent of '''his grandmother''' being "a [[wagon]] if she had [[wheel]]s." ({{film|3}})
 
According to [[Montgomery Scott]], he likened the experimental [[transwarp drive]] that the {{USS|Excelsior}} was equipped with to the equivalent of '''his grandmother''' being "a [[wagon]] if she had [[wheel]]s." ({{film|3}})
   
''The [[alternate reality]] version of {{alt|Montgomery Scott}} mentioned her to [[Jaylah]], stating, "''My grand nanny used to say that you can not break [[stick]]s in a bundle''".'' ({{film|13}})
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''The [[alternate reality]] version of {{alt|Montgomery Scott|Scotty}} mentioned her to [[Jaylah]], stating, "''My grand nanny used to say that you can not break [[stick]]s in a bundle''". ({{film|13}})
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== Senator {{anchor|Senator 1}}==
 
== Senator {{anchor|Senator 1}}==
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When [[T'Pol]] criticized [[Human]]s for still eating [[animal]] [[flesh]], Tucker piped up and told her that "''Grandma taught me never to judge a species by their eating habits.''" ({{ENT|Broken Bow}})
 
When [[T'Pol]] criticized [[Human]]s for still eating [[animal]] [[flesh]], Tucker piped up and told her that "''Grandma taught me never to judge a species by their eating habits.''" ({{ENT|Broken Bow}})
 
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=== Mother {{anchor|Tucker's mother 001}} ===
 
=== Mother {{anchor|Tucker's mother 001}} ===
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=== Brother {{anchor|Tucker's brother 001}}===
 
=== Brother {{anchor|Tucker's brother 001}}===
'''Trip Tucker's [[brother]]''' spent [[week]]s practicing the [[two-step]] with Trip in order to help him prepare for the [[school]] [[dance]] at [[Bayshore Elementary]] because he wanted to be able to impress [[Melissa Lyles]] there. ({{ENT|Fusion}})
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'''Trip's [[brother]]''' spent [[week]]s practicing the [[two-step]] with Trip in order to help him prepare for the [[school]] [[dance]] at [[Bayshore Elementary]] because he wanted to be able to impress [[Melissa Lyles]] there. ({{ENT|Fusion}})
   
 
{{bginfo|{{omid}}|In the first draft [[script]] of "Fusion" (which had the [[working title]] "Equilibrium"), this character and Trip Tucker were referred to, in the latter's dialogue, as having required, one [[Halloween]] during their childhood, for their mother to take them to a [[hospital]] so they could have their [[stomach]]s pumped because they had eaten too much [[candy]] after going [[trick or treat]]ing.|The [[novels|novel]] ''[[The Good That Men Do]]'' gives his name as {{mb|Albert Tucker}}. In the novel, he is gay and has a husband and an adopted son.}}
 
{{bginfo|{{omid}}|In the first draft [[script]] of "Fusion" (which had the [[working title]] "Equilibrium"), this character and Trip Tucker were referred to, in the latter's dialogue, as having required, one [[Halloween]] during their childhood, for their mother to take them to a [[hospital]] so they could have their [[stomach]]s pumped because they had eaten too much [[candy]] after going [[trick or treat]]ing.|The [[novels|novel]] ''[[The Good That Men Do]]'' gives his name as {{mb|Albert Tucker}}. In the novel, he is gay and has a husband and an adopted son.}}
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Four '''scientists''' and [[Henry Archer]] were present when [[Zefram Cochrane]] opened the newly-built [[Warp Five Complex]] in [[2119]] on Earth. The speech was again used during the launch of ''Enterprise'' NX-01 in 2151. ({{ENT|Broken Bow}})
 
Four '''scientists''' and [[Henry Archer]] were present when [[Zefram Cochrane]] opened the newly-built [[Warp Five Complex]] in [[2119]] on Earth. The speech was again used during the launch of ''Enterprise'' NX-01 in 2151. ({{ENT|Broken Bow}})
 
{{bginfo|The four scientists were played by background performers (from left to right) [[Irina Bazidott]], [[Michael Chong]], [[Shauna Moore]], and [[David Williams]].|They filmed their scene on [[Paramount Stage 16]] in front of a blue screen on {{d|22|June|2001}} and were listed as scientists on the call sheet of the episode.|It is possible that one of the scientists is Doctor [[Tasaki]].}}
 
{{bginfo|The four scientists were played by background performers (from left to right) [[Irina Bazidott]], [[Michael Chong]], [[Shauna Moore]], and [[David Williams]].|They filmed their scene on [[Paramount Stage 16]] in front of a blue screen on {{d|22|June|2001}} and were listed as scientists on the call sheet of the episode.|It is possible that one of the scientists is Doctor [[Tasaki]].}}
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== Water polo players ==
 
== Water polo players ==
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