This week, we’re covering the first six Star Trek movies in one big episode in honor Star Trek’s 54th birthday. Running from 1979 to 1991, these movies proved that Star Trek could live outside the world of television and make entertain a whole new generation of fans. So get ready for Star Trek Movie Trivia.
Movies covered in this episode:
- Star Trek: The Motion Picture
- Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
- Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
- Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
- Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
- Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
If you like this, you’ll want to check out our previous six Star Trek episodes, covering the first series and it’s many spin-offs.
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Hey crew, I’m your host Brian Rollins and this is the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia podcast. This week, we’re diving into the Star Trek movies. Specifically, the first six, that is, the ones starring the original cast from the 1966 show.
If you’re new, welcome aboard. We offer up thirty geeky trivia questions every week. If you’d like to learn more about the show and check out past episodes (including the six previous Star Trek shows), you can visit us at DorkyGeekyNerdy.com.
Have we not heard the chimes at midnight? It’s time to get under way.
The Dorky Round
1. Which is the only Star Trek movie to receive a G rating in the US?
2. The USS Excelsior was equipped with what type of engines?
3. What is the only Star Trek film to win a Golden Raspberry award?
4. George and Gracie are what kind of whales?
5. Series creator, Gene Roddenberry died during the production of which Star Trek film?
6. Star Trek IV was dedicated to who?
7. What was the name of the moon that exploded at the start of Star Trek VI?
8. Who was the new Navigator of the Enterprise in Star Trek: The Motion Picture?
9. Khan's final speech is taken from what classic novel?
10. In Star Trek VI, who takes over at the helm of the Enterprise for Sulu?
The Geeky Round
1. Star Trek II was a sequel to which Original Series episode?
2. Regula I, from Star Trek II, was a recycled model from what other movie?
3. What book does Spock give to Kirk for his birthday during Star Trek II?
4. What mountain is Kirk attempting to climb in Star Trek V?
5. The phrase, 'The Undiscovered Country' comes from what play?
6. Star Trek IV featured the first woman captain in Star Trek. What ship did she command?
7. James Horner composed the score for what two Star Trek movies?
8. What material is 'invented' by Scotty in Star Trek IV?
9. Star Trek VI was an allegory for what historical event?
10. Who played Admiral Cartwright in Star Trek IV and VI?
The Nerdy Round
1. Who described the interior of the Enterprise from the first movie as looking like 'the lobby of a Hilton'?
2. Who directed Star Trek: The Motion Picture?
3. What class of starship is the USS Reliant?
4. What aircraft carrier stood in for the USS Enterprise in 1986?
5. Most of the actors that portrayed Khan's henchmen belonged to what entertainment group?
6. Who was originally asked to play Sybok?
7. The music for Star Trek VI was based on what classical composition?
8. What was the original hull number for the Excelsior?
9. The shape of the probe in Star Trek IV was inspired by what Arthur C. Clarke novel?
10. Who was the original captain of the Excelsior?
And that’s it. Run the end credits and turn up the house lights. I hope you enjoyed this week’s episode. We’ll be back with more Star Trek in coming weeks and something completely different for next week. Here’s your clue:
What was the highest grossing film of 1980?
Not a tough clue, when you think about movies celebrating their 40th this year.
I’m your host Brian Rollins and this has been episode 85 of the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast. Thanks for listening and always remember to listen to Lt. Saavik.
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Music by Jason Shaw
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Love the star trek movies!
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