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Old June 1 2015, 01:05 PM   #901
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Yes, of course. I was just riffing on my own facetious use of "henching" as a verb, which is something that occasionally crops up in comedic treatments of henchman characters.
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Old June 1 2015, 02:00 PM   #902
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I certainly hope no supervillain takes the "gelding" aspect literally!
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Old June 1 2015, 06:27 PM   #903
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Old June 5 2015, 04:20 PM   #904
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It was mentioned that Gene Lyons was in an episode of THE FUGITIVE, and it was guessed that the episode was "Man In A Chariot."

That is correct, but that episode actually contains a trio of Trek guest stars as pictured:

Peter Duryea, who played Jose Tyler in the Pike-commanded STAR TREK pilot:


Stewart Moss, who played both Tormolen and Hanar:


and the aforementioned Gene Lyons, Ambassador Fox:


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Old June 5 2015, 06:59 PM   #905
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^And the old guy next to Duryea is Ed Begley, Sr. Who was in 12 Angry Men with John Fiedler.
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Old June 6 2015, 01:44 AM   #906
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That was a great FUGITIVE episode.
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Old June 6 2015, 03:34 AM   #907
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Speaking of Ed Begley Sr., was he ever in a TOS episode, even in the background, or was I really mistaking Hagan Beggs' name for his all these years like I thought?
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Old June 6 2015, 03:59 AM   #908
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Nope, the only Ed Begley in Trek was Junior in "Future's End."
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Old June 7 2015, 03:58 AM   #909
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I hope someday I'll figure out why I made that mistake.
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Old June 9 2015, 09:02 AM   #910
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The films rather than the series, but I was surprised when I finished season 1 of Knight Rider today to find Robin Curtis in a pre-Saavik role.

I don't rag on Curtis as much as many do (even if I do firmly think Alley was the better Saavik), but this was presumably a very early role for her as her performance was the first in the season to make David Hasselhoff look like an actor in comparison.
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Old June 9 2015, 12:27 PM   #911
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While I still prefer Kirstie over Robin, as Saviik, I discovered that Robin is an absolute sweetheart at a small convention I attended a few years after the film came out. Any irrational animosity I felt toward her because "she wasn't Kirstie" totally dissipated.
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