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  • Jack Ransom: I'm only hard on you when you make me hard. I mean, I'm not hard right now! I mean, I could, I could get hard, if I wanted to, but I'm not hard right now. I'm so sorry, you're both great! (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)

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  • Animals/Creatures
    • Alien Horse
      • There's a man on the Division 14 ship whose body is equal parts accelerated growth and reverse aging due to an alien horse bite. (Season 1 episode Much Ado About Boimler)
    • Rectal Insectoids
      • General K'orin asks Mariner if she remembers Jaxxa Prime and the commander that didn't believe her about rectal insectoids. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
    • Tribble
      • Beamed down to Beta III without authorization with contraband hidden throughout the ship, including illegal weapons, illicit drugs and a tribble - for personal use, she claims. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
  • Armed Forces
    • Tulgana IV Space Traffic Control
      • Organization that protects Tulgana IV, a planet protected by an ion field that restricts comms and transporters. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
  • Artifacts
    • The Adjudication Geode
      • Special type of constitutional crystal that the the people of Gelrak V use to legally smoosh their criminals. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • Fertility Totem
      • Jack Ransom and crew take the Yosemite down to Gelrak V to deliver the Honor Crystal, but accidentally bringing the Fertility Totem meant for Mavok Prime. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • The Honor Crystal
      • Jack Ransom and crew take the Yosemite down to Gelrak V to deliver the Honor Crystal. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • The Horn of Candor
      • After being thrown into an alien prison on K'Tuevon Prime, Boimler and his friends are forced to testify about their senior officers while speaking into the Horn of Candor, a sacred horn in which you can only speak the truth. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
  • Battles, Conflicts and Wars
    • Battle of Wolf 359
      • Steve Levy, Starfleet Lieutenant and conspiracy theorist that Mariner dated, claims that Wolf 359 was an inside job, changelings aren't real and the Dominion War didn't happen. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • The Dominion War
      • Steve Levy, Starfleet Lieutenant and conspiracy theorist that Mariner dated, claims that Wolf 359 was an inside job, changelings aren't real and the Dominion War didn't happen. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
  • Beverages
    • Raktajino
      • After General K'orin passes out, Mariner tells Boimler not to worry, they'll get him a hot cup of raktajino and he will be ready to go. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
  • Beverages-Alcohol
    • Romulan Ale
      • Apparently Captain Riker of the Titan and Mariner go way back, with him providing her with Rimulan Ale. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • Romulan Whiskey
      • Beckett Mariner gets drunk on the illegal blue beverage. (Season 1 episode Second Contact)
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • Adashake Center
      • Brad, Mariner and D'Vana visit Adashake Center on Orion in the Holodeck. (Season 1 episode Second Contact)
  • Classes
    • Advanced Diplomacy
      • Captain Freeman's workshop that Boimler mentions. (Season 1 episode Crisis Point)
  • Film Production Companies
    • Mariner Holodeck Programs
      • Mariner hijacks Boimler's holodeck program, making it into a movie. "Mariner Holodeck Programs presents a Mariner production of Crisis Point: The Rise of Vindicta" (Season 1 episode Crisis Point)
  • Flowers, Plants and Trees
    • Kitalia Leaves
      • Leaves on the wall in the Andorian bar that contain a numbing agent that Mariner uses following the bar fight. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
    • Rulot Seeds
      • An elite team from Cerritos has been selected by Admiral Syltrack to liaise with the Pisepian agricultural colony in disputed territory. Captain, Freeman, Shax and Ransom have been enlisted to join the mission due to their expertise in the germination of Rolut seeds. (Season 1 episode Much Ado About Boimler)
  • Government Entities and Agencies/Bureaus/Councils
    • Division 14
      • After a transporter accident, Boimler is sent to the Farm, a facility described as a great medical spa on Endicronimas V that's run by Division 14, which handles unsolvable space illnesses and science mysteries. (Season 1 episode Much Ado About Boimler)
    • Galardonian High Council
      • The U.S.S. Cerritos docks at Douglas Station for routine maintenance and resupply before setting course for the capital planet in the Galar system, scheduled to make second contact with Galardonian High Council. (Season 1 episode Second Contact)
    • Romulan High Council
      • After being thrown into an alien prison, Tendi testifies about being mistaken for an experienced tactical operative by Ransom, and brought on a covert mission on board a Romulan Bird of Prey to Romulus, the capital world of the Romulan Star Empire. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
    • Romulan Star Empire
      • After being thrown into an alien prison, Tendi testifies about being mistaken for an experienced tactical operative by Ransom, and brought on a covert mission on board a Romulan Bird of Prey to Romulus, the capital world of the Romulan Star Empire. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
    • Section 31
      • Boimler speed walks on the planet Tulgana IV, claiming Section 31 does it. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
  • Holidays
    • Captain Freeman Day
      • Holiday on the ship that Rutherford mentions is going to be awkward this year. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • Captain Picard Day
      • Boimler assures Mariner that his girlfriend Barb is as real as a hopped up Q on Captain Picard Day. (Season 1 episode Cupid's Errant Arrow)
  • Institutes
    • The Farm
      • After a transporter accident, Boimler is sent to the Farm, a facility described as a great medical spa on Endicronimas V that's run by Division 14, which handles unsolvable space illnesses and science mysteries. (Season 1 episode Much Ado About Boimler)
  • Laws and Statutes
    • Boimler Effect
      • New ship wide mandate about encouraging shortcuts and preventing people fro use blindly following the rules. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • The Khitomer Accords
      • When General K'orin steals their shuttlecraft, stranding Boimler and Mariner on Tulgana IV, Boimler they may be violating the Khitomer Accords. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
    • Prime Directive
      • Captain Freeman claims that Mariner has gone against the Prime Directive in her dealings with the lizard and rat people. (Season 1 episode Crisis Point)
    • The Tulganan Neutrality Pact
      • When a fight breaks out at an Andorian bar on Tulgana, Boimler tries to stop it, shouting, "Stand down. This is a in violation of the Tulganan Neutrality Pact!" (Season 1 episode Envoys)
  • Meat
    • Bajoran Beefsteak
      • T'Ana mentions wanting to make a love connection with Shaxs, she'd love to snag that Bajoran beefsteak with her coital hooks. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
  • Medical Devices
    • Exoscalpel
      • Medical device. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
  • Methods, Procedures and Techniques
    • Basic Maneuver 88
      • After being thrown into an alien prison, Boimler testifies about being put on the spot on the bridge when he is asked for advice, and he suggested Basic Maneuver 88, which gets show down by the entire crew. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
    • Jamaharon
      • Some sort of sensual rite. While visiting Tulgana IV, Boimler is nearly seduced into jamaharon by a female Anabaj, before Mariner chases her away before she implants eggs in his throat. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
    • The Janeway Protocol
      • Maneuver that Rutherford is directed to use after losing his entire ship in a command training simulation. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
  • Military Bases
    • Outpost 79
      • Ensign D'Vana Tendi is a transfer from Outpost 79. (Season 1 episode Second Contact)
  • Movies-Science Fiction
    • Crisis Point: The Rise of Vindicta
      • Mariner hijacks Boimler's holodeck program, making it into a movie. "Mariner Holodeck Programs presents a Mariner production of Crisis Point: The Rise of Vindicta" (Season 1 episode Crisis Point)
  • Neighborhoods
    • Andoria Town
      • Boimler is recruited for mission to escort Commander Troi to Tulgana IV in the Tulgana System. He mentions the Klingon District and Andoria Town. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • Little Qo'noS
      • Klingon district on the planet Tulgana IV. General K'orin tells Boimler to land in Little Qo'noS because he wants gagh. (Season 1 episode Envoys) Boimler is recruited for mission to escort Commander Troi to Tulgana IV in the Tulgana System. He mentions the Klingon District and Andoria Town. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • Little Risa
      • Captain Riker mentions that Tulgana IV has a Little Risa, to which Commander Troi responds, Oh, so then should we take the little horga'hn? Riker: No, let's take the one we always use. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
  • Outer Space
    • Neutral Zone
      • After the Cerritos ventures across the Neutral Zone into the Romulan Star Empire to retrieve some sort of package, Imperium Magistrate Clar of K'Tuevon Prime demands information from Boimler and his friends. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
    • Trivoli Pulsar
      • Tendi asks Rutherford if they're going to watch the Trivoli Pulsar together. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
  • Planets
    • Beta III
      • The Cerritos is in orbit around Beta III, where back in the day the residents worshipped a violent god called Landru, who suppressed their creativity and made them kill each other until Kirk figured out it was actually a computer... but at some point the knuckleheads went back to worshipping Landru. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • Cardassia Prime
      • The Cerritos is en route to Cardassia Prime for peace negotiations when it is re-assigned to instead deliver diplomatic trinkets to Gelrak V. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • Endicronimas V
      • After a transporter accident, Boimler is sent to the Farm, a facility described as a great medical spa on Endicronimas V that's run by Division 14, which handles unsolvable space illnesses and science mysteries. (Season 1 episode Much Ado About Boimler)
    • Gelrak V
      • The Cerritos is en route to Cardassia Prime for peace negotiations when it is re-assigned to instead deliver diplomatic trinkets to Gelrak V. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • Idlocana 6
      • Admiral Vassery of Douglas Station receives a bizarre message from the leaders of Idlocana 6 - their president wanted to thank him for a wonderful second contact with the crew of the San Clemente... but Starfleet doesn't have a San Clemente. (Season 1 episode Crisis Point)
    • Jaxxa Prime
      • General K'orin asks Mariner if she remembers Jaxxa Prime and the commander that didn't believe her about rectal insectoids. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
    • Khwopa
      • The Cerritos is sent to repair the water filtration system on the planet Khwopa, then to rendezvous with U.S.S. Rubidoux. (Season 1 episode Much Ado About Boimler)
    • K'Tuevon Prime
      • After being thrown into an alien prison on K'Tuevon Prime, Boimler and his friends are forced to testify about their senior officers while speaking into the Horn of Candor, a sacred horn in which you can only speak the truth. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
    • Magus III
      • While fighting over who gets to participate in the trial by combat with the people of Gelrak V's greatest warrior, Mariner shows Jack her scars and tells him where she got them, including Magus III, Nanibia Prime, and Scottsdale. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • Mavok Prime
      • Jack Ransom and crew take the Yosemite down to Gelrak V to deliver the Honor Crystal, but accidentally bringing the Fertility Totem meant for Mavok Prime. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • Mixtus II
      • Neighbor of Mixtus III, the planet whose moon the Cerritos has been sent to help demolish. The residents, of whom there are few, claim that destroying the moon of Mixtus III will destroy their planet. (Season 1 episode Cupid's Errant Arrow)
    • Mixtus III
      • The Cerritos is in orbit around Mixtus III to assist Parliament class ship the U.S.S. Vancouver in a controlled demolition of an unstable moon. (Season 1 episode Cupid's Errant Arrow)
    • Nanibia Prime
      • While fighting over who gets to participate in the trial by combat with the people of Gelrak V's greatest warrior, Mariner shows Jack her scars and tells him where she got them, including Magus III, Nanibia Prime, and Scottsdale. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • Orion
      • Brad, Mariner and D'Vana visit Adashake Center on Orion in the Holodeck. (Season 1 episode Second Contact) Tendi mentions that there are no dogs on her home planet Orion. (Season 1 episode Much Ado About Boimler)
    • Phylos
      • Planet that Boimler mentions when he explains that senior officers don't always know what they're doing, where Kirk didn't know about that giant Spock. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
    • Risa
      • Mariner's Ferengi friend Quimp heads to Risa with his wife. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
    • Romulus
      • After being thrown into an alien prison, Tendi testifies about being mistaken for an experienced tactical operative by Ransom, and brought on a covert mission on board a Romulan Bird of Prey to Romulus, the capital world of the Romulan Star Empire. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
    • Sendu IV
      • On Sendu IV it took Boimler a week to realize he was peeing in their species' sinks and not their toilets. (Season 1 episode Cupid's Errant Arrow)
    • Tulgana IV
      • Planet protected by an ion field that restricts comms and transporters. Mariner and Boimler pilot General K'orin down to Tulgana IV in the Yosemite shuttle. (Season 1 episode Envoys) Boimler is recruited for mission to escort Commander Troi to Tulgana IV in the Tulgana System. He mentions the Klingon District and Andoria Town. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • Vendu
      • Where Brad met his girlfriend Barb. (Season 1 episode Cupid's Errant Arrow)
    • Vulcan
      • Brad mentions that he's been to Vulcan. (Season 1 episode Second Contact) When General K'orin takes off in Boimler and Mariner's shuttlecraft, Mariner says,Classic K'orin. He did this on Vulcan. And on Earth. He steals a lot of things. (Season 1 episode Envoys) Cardassian peace negotiations are moved to Vulcan. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
  • Recipes
    • Gagh
      • Klingon delicacy made from serpent worms. General K'orin tells Boimler to land in Little Qo'noS on the planet Tulgana IV, because h wants gagh. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
  • Schools-Military
    • Starfleet Academy
      • Boimler mentions Fletcher saving him back at Starfleet Academy. (Season 1 episode Terminal Provocations) Ramsey, the temporary captain of the Cerritos that came from the Oakland, is an old friend of Mariner's from the academy. (Season 1 episode Much Ado About Boimler)
  • Sex Products
    • Horga'hn
      • Captain Riker mentions that Tulgana IV has a Little Risa, to which Commander Troi responds, Oh, so then should we take the little horga'hn? Riker: No, let's take the one we always use. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
  • Songs
    • Essence
      • Song that Boimler plays for the crew of the Cerritos on his violin. He wrote it about his mom. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
    • Requiem For a Hug
      • Song that Boimler plays for the crew of the Cerritos on his violin. He wrote it about his mom. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict)
  • Space Stations
    • Deep Space 3
      • Mariner mentions that she saw the Zebulon Sisters do the Chu Chu dance on Deep Space 3. (Season 1 episode Terminal Provocations)
    • Douglas Station
      • The U.S.S. Cerritos docks at Douglas Station for routine maintenance and resupply before setting course for the capital planet in the Galar system, scheduled to make second contact with Galardonian High Council. (Season 1 episode Second Contact) Admiral Vassery of Douglas Station receives a bizarre message from the leaders of Idlocana 6 - their president wanted to thank him for a wonderful second contact with the crew of the San Clemente... but Starfleet doesn't have a San Clemente. (Season 1 episode Crisis Point)
    • Starbase 77
      • Captain Freeman orders the crew to set coordinate for Starbase 77. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • Starbase 80
      • T'Ana tells Mariner, "You wanna goof around, go work on Starbase 80." (Season 1 episode Terminal Provocations)
  • Stars
    • Galar System
      • The U.S.S. Cerritos docks at Douglas Station for routine maintenance and resupply before setting course for the capital planet in the Galar system, scheduled to make second contact with Galardonian High Council. (Season 1 episode Second Contact)
    • Kalla System
      • The Cerritos receives a partial distress call from the Solvang, in the Kalla System. Ransom mentions that the Titan is also in range, but Captain Freeman wants to be the one to assist. The Titan, featuring Captain Riker, eventually shows up to rescue the Cerritos. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • Tulgana System
      • Boimler is recruited for mission to escort Commander Troi to Tulgana IV in the Tulgana System. He mentions the Klingon District and Andoria Town. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
  • Substances
    • Dilithium
      • Element used in the warp core, which Boimler tells Rutherford is where he got burned. (Season 1 episode Envoys) Robot Peanut Hamper knocks over several canisters. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
  • Theater Productions
    • The United Federation of Characters
      • Lieutenant Winger Bingston Jr.'s one man show. (Season 1 episode Moist Vessel)
  • Vehicle Models - Space
    • Cali Class
      • Captain Riker of the Titan mentions that Cerritos is a Cali class - and that Cali class can hold their own longer than people say. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • Romulan Bird of Prey
      • After being thrown into an alien prison, Rutherford testifies about being assigned to a secret, high-stakes mission stealing a Romulan Bird of Prey from a Vulcan museum. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
    • Sovereign Class
      • Captain Freeman hates it when a ship gets repaired and comes out looking like it's almost Sovereign class. She wants the Cerritos coming out looking like she usually does. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
  • Vehicles-Space
    • U.S.S. Alhambra
      • Federation ship from an alternate universe that Boimler mentions when he explains that senior officers don't always know what they're doing. (Season 1 episode Veritas)
    • U.S.S. Cerritos
      • One of Starfleet's least important ships in the year 2380. (Season 1 episode Second Contact)
    • U.S.S. Enterprise
      • The gang discusses crewmember command ensign Castro, who once served on the Enterprise. (Season 1 episode Envoys) In the story that Mariner tells Brad about when she was serving on the Quito, one of her friends mentions Data's evil twin brother on the Enterprise. (Season 1 episode Cupid's Errant Arrow) Boimler demonstrates the sound of the warp core on the Enterprise-D. (Season 1 episode Terminal Provocations)
    • U.S.S. Illinois
      • Captain Freeman mentions that she and Captain Durango of the Merced served together aboard the Illinois years earlier. (Season 1 episode Moist Vessel)
    • U.S.S. Merced
      • The Cerritos joins a joint mission with the Federation ship Merced to tow a disabled generation ship carrying terraforming material that converts inert matter to organic matter. (Season 1 episode Moist Vessel)
    • U.S.S. Oakland
      • Ramsey, the temporary captain of the Cerritos that came from the Oakland, is an old friend of Mariner's from the academy. (Season 1 episode Much Ado About Boimler)
    • U.S.S. Quito
      • Mariner reveals that she was demoted with serving on the Quito. (Season 1 episode Second Contact) In the story that Mariner tells Brad about when she was serving on the Quito, one of her friends mentions Data's evil twin brother on the Enterprise. (Season 1 episode Cupid's Errant Arrow)
    • U.S.S. Rubidoux
      • The Cerritos is sent to repair the water filtration system on the planet Khwopa, then to rendezvous with U.S.S. Rubidoux. (Season 1 episode Much Ado About Boimler)
    • U.S.S. Sacramento
      • Ransom mentions reviewing candidates for the Sacramento promotion, and Mariner considers applying. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • U.S.S. San Clemente
      • Admiral Vassery of Douglas Station receives a bizarre message from the leaders of Idlocana 6 - their president wanted to thank him for a wonderful second contact with the crew of the San Clemente... but Starfleet doesn't have a San Clemente. (Season 1 episode Crisis Point)
    • U.S.S. Sequoia
      • Shuttle on Cerritos. Shaxs and Rutherford fly it during the battle. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • U.S.S. Solvang
      • The Cerritos receives a partial distress call from the Solvang, in the Kalla System. Ransom mentions that the Titan is also in range, but Captain Freeman wants to be the one to assist. The Titan, featuring Captain Riker, eventually shows up to rescue the Cerritos. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • U.S.S. Titan
      • The Cerritos receives a partial distress call from the Solvang, in the Kalla System. Ransom mentions that the Titan is also in range, but Captain Freeman wants to be the one to assist. The Titan, featuring Captain Riker, eventually shows up to rescue the Cerritos. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
    • U.S.S. Vancouver
      • The Cerritos is in orbit around Mixtus III to assist Parliament class ship the U.S.S. Vancouver in a controlled demolition of an unstable moon. (Season 1 episode Cupid's Errant Arrow)
    • U.S.S. Voyager
      • Rutherford demonstrates the sound of the warp core on Voyager. (Season 1 episode Terminal Provocations)
    • Yosemite
      • Mariner and Boimler pilot General K'orin down to Tulgana IV in the Yosemite shuttle. (Season 1 episode Envoys) Jack Ransom and crew take the Yosemite down to Gelrak V to deliver the Honor Crystal. (Season 1 episode Temporal Edict) Background. (Season 1 episode Cupid's Errant Arrow)
  • Virtual Reality
    • Boimler 7
      • Boimler's holodeck program he creates to prepare for Captain Freeman's Advanced Diplomacy workshop. (Season 1 episode Crisis Point)
    • Combat Simulation Smorgasborg
      • Security department training simulation where Rutherford kicks Borg ass. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
    • Command Trainer 4
      • Basic training simulation, something a little more straightforward than Command Trainer 43, which Rutherford fails. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
    • Command Trainer 43
      • Classic bridge simulation that Rutherford fails. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
    • Mariner Program: All Nude Olympic Training Facility
      • Mariner's holodeck program. (Season 1 episode Second Contact)
    • Rutherford Training Beta 2.5
      • Rutherford's holodeck program. (Season 1 episode No Small Parts)
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