Wednesday, April 28, 2021

X-Factor Star Trek Question

 X is for X-hausted. At least thats how I feel during this stage of our AtoZ challenge. Heres an X-Factor Star Trek question for you trekkers. Can you name Star Treks librarian who lived on the planet Sarpellion whose sun was going supernova?  see below for answer.






😄  MR ATOZ aka Ian Wolfe


Live Long and prosper, trekkers - 

11 comments:

  1. I am not surprised that you are Xausted. Congratulations. So nearly there now.

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  2. Thanks EC for high fiving me on our journey

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  3. I think I was in my twenties before I realized Mister Atoz was "A to Z"! Definitely one of my favorite episodes... good job on the daily A to Z ST blogs, Spacer!

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  4. Exhausted but you are almost there!

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  5. Yeah man, high fives all round.

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  6. Nope, didn't know that. And yeah, we're all a bit done with A to Z by this point. Although, it's fun to see what cheats people have come up with. X is by far the hardest letter (although not for every theme).

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  7. Exhausted - that is me everyday, lately. A couple of more days and you have completed your mission.

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  8. There was a lot of alphabet play in the episode. The female lead of the story was Zarabeth.

    I think about "All Our Yesterdays" a lot - such wonderful Spock material. If I were to extend my Top 10 TOS episodes list to 11, this one would probably be #11.

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  9. I like the answer to your question!

    I love letter X posts! Always such variety.
    It's hard to believe the alphabet part of the blogging challenge is over for 2021. Down to the after survey, reflections, and the "road trip" sign-up.
    Plus, I'm taking part in the Bout of Books read-a-thon in May. So much excitement!
    J Lenni Dorner (he/him 👨🏽 or 🧑🏽 they/them) ~ Co-host of the #AtoZchallenge, OperationAwesome6 Debut Author Interviewer, Reference& Speculative Fiction Author

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  10. Thanks J Lenni Dorner. Star Trek's All Our Yesterdays everyone was Written by Jean Lisette Aroeste and directed by Marvin Chomsky, so really folks the original creators of the "ATOZ" concept was brought to life by a librarian who knew all about Atavachron, a machine with a time portal, a handy deus ex machina considering Sarpeidons sun was about to go nova.

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