Star Trek Voyager went off the air 15 years ago today. To commemorate this very depressing occasion, here are what I truly believe are the five best nonsequiturs (but not from the episode “Non-Sequitur”) from that occasionally brilliant, often unintentionally hilarious show.
This is the best possible choice. Bryan Fuller—who worked on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager back in the day, before going on to create Pushing Daisies, Wonderfalls and Hannibal—will be the showrunner of the new Star Trek TV show.
Well, a lot of them do anyway - but while there's no Janeway in sight, a good chunk of her bridge officers are returning to the Delta Quadrant for the latest expansion to Star Trek Online. Hooray!
We've finally done it. After more than 40 years, we finally have the green light on a Star Trek theme park, thanks to King Abdullah of Jordan. And it only cost a measly $1.5 billion to do it. I'm buying my ticket now.
Computer! Yes captain? Place all 172 Star Trek Voyager episodes onscreen. Voyager? Yes. Not TNG? No, not TNG. You're sure not TNG? I said Voyager, dammit. And play them back at 14x speed! ...OK
Remember that Star Trek-inspired apartment we showed you not too long ago? Well, Tony Alleyne (the man behind the apartment) is putting his 1 bedroom home up for sale asking for $967,000. The apartment is located in Hinckley, Leics, UK and comes with all the bells and whistles we showed you before, but unless there's…
You'd never guess by looking at that mild-mannered apartment building pictured above that inside would be a convincing replica of the set of Star Trek: Voyager. But that's just what Trekkie Tony Alleyne has done to his studio apartment north of London, creating a bachelor pad where he'll probably never, ever get laid.