A is for Antares. B is for Babel. C is for Corbomite. Will it go boom? D is for Donatu V. Alt: D is for "Damn it Jim, I'm a doctor not a brick layer!" E is for Energy-Matter Scrambler, the principle of the Transporter as described to Abraham Lincoln. F is for the Ferengi Alliance, one of the great commercial powers of the Alpha Quadrant. G is for Gorkon, who despite appearances did not lead Dr. Tolian Soran on a chase through time to 20th-century San Francisco. H is for Harry Kim. Promotions didn't come easy on Voyager. I is for Izar, an Earth colony world and the birthplace of the legendary Captain Garth, one of Starfleet's greatest heroes in both war and peace. J is for Jenolan. Tough little ship with one heck of a transporter. K is for Korob. L is for the Lysians. M is for Mars. Who's sky is home to the Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards. N is for Nerds playing Star Trek A To Z. O is for Orac calling us out as nerds. P is for Positronic brains. Q is for Quatloos. In a deleted scene at the end it was determined that quatloos were just really soft jelly beans. Like gummi bears. It was the only thing the brains could eat. R is for Romulus. Homeworld of the Romulans and their mighty Star Empire. Destroyed in 2387 by the shockwave from an unusually and historically powerful supernova. S is for Spock's Stash. T is for Tula, daughter of Reger. Native of Beta III and one of Landru's followers who was swept up in the violence and debauchery of the Red Hour. U is for Universal Armageddon. V is for Vulcan gongs used at weddings, in all their geometrical oddity. W is for Wessels. Nuclear Wessels. In Alameda.