A is for Alex, an otherwise unremarkable crewman aboard the Enterprise NX-01, makes his way into the action in over 20 episodes without being killed despite not having a last name. He dies in the MU. B is for Boothby. An autopsy upon his death revealed that he wasn't really Human. Apparently he was a centuries old alien and had a pair of antennae in his head. Along with some sort of specialized neurological organs in his index fingers. C is for Crewman Rostov. D is for Dax. Much better looking as a girl than as a guy. E is for the Enterprise-B, the third Federation starship to bear the name. F is for form fitting Starfleet uniforms. Some look really good. Some don't. G is for Gowron the crazy-eyed Klingon! H is for Heliopolis City on planet Alpha Eridani II. I is for IDIC. Infinite Diversity in Infinite Combinations. Watch it. That's some radical thinking there. J is for Jaresh-Inyo, the Grazerite who served as Federation President during the early-to-mid 2370s at around the same time as the Dominion War. K is for Kodos the Executioner. L is for Ligonian death match. M is for Montgomery Scott. Chief Engineer of the USS Enterprise. N is for Nimbus III. Planet of Galactic Peace. O is for Oberth-class science vessels. P is for Paul Baxley. Q is for Quark. R is for Rayna Kopec. She really blew a fuse. S is for Sybok, half-brother of Spock who went into exile for the Vulcan taboo of embracing his emotions and pursuing his vision of Sha-Ka-Ree.