A is for Ambassador-class starships. The fourth Federation starship named Enterprise was a member of this class. B is for Barclay's Protomorphosis Syndrome. C is for the Ceti Alpha star system, where the former Earth tyrant Khan Noonien Singh was exiled in 2267 along with his surviving Augment followers. D is for Dabo girls and Deela, whose fancy for Kirk allows him to scotch the Scalosians' cold plans for Enterprise and her crew. E is for Excelsior. She's supposed to have trans-warp drive. F is for Fesarius, Flagship of the First Federation. G is for Grissom. Sent to study the Genesis Planet, ended up as target practice for a Klingon with an itchy trigger finger. H is for the Hell, which Kirk proposed to get out of here. I is for Impulse Engine. Not warp speed, but good for a nice cruise. J is for Jerome Bixby, writer of several good TOS episodes. K is for Kodos, victim of accidental patricide. L is for Lal, the short-lived android daughter of Data. M is for Miri, a young woman trying to avoid getting the affliction of the grups on lookalike Earth. N is for Nona. Loves it when men watch her bathing outdoors. O is for Omicron Theta. Planet where both Data and Lore were created. P is for Pollux IV, where the humanoid alien once known to the ancient Earth Greeks as Apollo had settled and awaited humanity's journey to the stars. Q is for Queen. Evidently the Borg had one. Who knew??? R is for Captain Ransom, as in "we don't need no stinking Federation principles in the Delta Quadrant" fame. S is for Scalosians. They jump in and out of bed at warp speed. T is for Tomlinson, who took in too many vapors and consequently missed his wedding. U is for Uhura, communications officer aboard both Enterprises commanded by James Kirk. V is for Valiant. She went down in a blaze of glory. W is for the War between the Federation and the Talarians, waged during the early 2350s. X is for Xenon-based life forms. Y is for Yominium Sulfide.