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1. A, 2. B, 3.B, 4.A, 5.A, 6.A, 7. Chess, 8 . “Space-the final frontier,” 9 . B, 10 . It’s the metallic base of his blood
11. C, 12. Amanda and Sarek, 13.B, 14 . True, 15. A, 16. A, 17 . False-she was an android that loved Kirk.
18.B, 19. Raised right hand, held forward and away from the body. Fingers positioned into 3 units: thumb, second and third fingers , and fourth and fifth.
20. C, 21. False -Jeffrey Hunter portrayed Kirk in the pilot, 22. C, 23. Six, 24. C, 25. A, 26. Its an agreement between the Klingons and the United Federation of Planets
27. C, 28. Mr. Spock, 29 . “Peace . Live long and prosper,” 30. A
So, how’d you do?
In 1978, when this issue of Pizzazz was published, Star Trek had reached a huge level of popularity: a decade of reruns had accumulated a ton of fans, and combined with a sci-fi explosion via Star Wars had created a a perfect storm for Star Trek to ride the waves. The following year saw Star Trek: The Motion Picture to mixed reviews.