The word “Star Trek” is one of the most commonly used terms in the media to describe the fictional franchise of science fiction films.
Its most prominent name in the film universe is Spock, the Vulcan scientist who first appeared on screen in the original “Star Wars” in 1977.
But in reality, the character of Spock is one half of the story of a series of TV shows that came to be known as “Star Ships.”
The other half of that story is the Star Trek franchise, a name that has been in use for decades.
Star Trek was created by Gene Roddenberry in 1966 and aired on NBC from 1966 to 1975.
The show was also the inspiration for the TV series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and the movies Star Trek and Star Trek Into Darkness.
The original cast members of the series include Leonard Nimoy as Spock, Patrick Stewart as the character, Christopher Lloyd as Scotty, Brent Spiner as Uhura, and Michael Dorn as Chekov.
In the “Star Voyage” episode of the show, “The Trouble with Tribbles,” the crew of the Enterprise is stranded on a planet in a star system called “Sci-16” when the planet’s star system is hit by a meteor shower.
They decide to seek refuge on a space station known as the USS Enterprise-D.
They then find out that the space station is actually a replica of the USS Kelvin, a ship built for the filming of the original Star Trek.
“The Kelvin” has been the setting for some of the best-known television and film characters in the universe.
Its famous Captain Kirk, played by William Shatner, was played by the late William Shakespearian.
Spock is played by Leonard Nimoys portrayal of Kirk.
And Captain Jean-Luc Picard is played in the movie “Star Child” by the actor Michael D’Arcy.
As a kid growing up in the 1950s and ’60s, I always knew that Spock was the most famous character on television.
And I also knew that Kirk was the only one I knew who looked like me.
I grew up thinking Spock was a boy and Kirk was a girl, and that Picard was a guy and Kirk is a girl.
And that was pretty much the way I saw him, too.
I also thought he was really cool, so I never really liked him.
And as I got older, I learned that he was a bit of a jerk, but that he’s a really cool guy.
And when he was the captain of the starship Enterprise, I was a little disappointed that he never got the chance to get a shot on the bridge.
I think it was because he was in the military at the time, and it wasn’t the kind of thing that was going to be easy.
And then when I was writing ‘Star Voyages,’ I just felt like, ‘Well, if we can just get him on the show at some point, maybe he could get a chance to show off his Spock abilities.
It would be fun to see him get his first shot at being captain.’
I knew I wanted to be a writer and play a part in the Star Voyages.
So I auditioned for the part of Spock.
I did not know it at the audition, but I was going through a rough time with my family and my father, and I was very depressed and had been living in a psychiatric hospital for about a year.
And so I got an offer to go to Los Angeles and be on the ‘Star Cruise.’
And that’s when I saw Kirk on the first day of the filming.
I had been reading a lot of science-fiction novels, and Spock was one of those novels that just seemed to capture my imagination.
So it was really a thrill to be on that ship.
And for a while, I got to meet him on and off for two months.
We spent a lot time together, and we just really connected on a personal level.
And at one point, I said to my father I’m sorry, but this isn’t a normal life.
It’s a crazy life.
And he said, ‘Okay, you’re not crazy, but you’re still on this ship.
You’re not normal.
And you’re in the same boat.
And all your problems are real, and you’re going to get through them.’
And then I got back on the ship and it was just like a different world.
And it was wonderful.
I’ve been a writer since the age of 12 and my first novel, “Pee Wee’s Big Adventure,” was published in 1998.
I was in college, working as a research assistant, when I read “Trouble with Tribble,” which was a sci-fi novel.
It was a very different kind of book, and at that point I had no idea what a sci fi novel was.
But it’s a book about a space captain.
It had a space-age theme and a lot more