Time and Relative Dimensions in Space
accidental jaunt into the Mirror Universe, Jellico picked up a couple of Orion
women named Pooky and Shiny. They requested asylum on the Murgatroid, which he
granted (debate still rages on the legality of this action); and he brought them
back to our universe with him. They have stayed on the Murgatroid ever since.
Jellico decided that they cannot be given standard quarters on the Murgatroid,
since they are neither Federation citizens nor Starfleet officers, so he has
them living in his ready room. Captain Jellico spends a lot of time getting
ready. At right is the Mirror-Storvik -- In the
Mirror Universe, after Storvik's brain was stolen by Imorgs, Mirror-Jellico kept
his body as a remote-controlled toy (and occasional enforcer).
LEFT: This picture was taken when the Murgatroid accidentally visited Deep
Space Nine at a point twenty years in the future (shown with Storvik is Benjamin
Sisko's son Jake, the someday-to-be-famous writer). Jellico got an autographed
copy of his most famous novel; which will be worth a lot of latinum once Jake
actually gets around to writing it... The Murgatroid currently holds the
Starfleet record for having visited the most alternate universes (due largely
to Qaren's erratic and not completely controlled
powers, but also to bad helmsmanship); and is close to breaking Admiral Kirk's
record for most trips through time.
RIGHT: Storvik's Mirror-Universe analog was charming, witty, and quite the
ladies' man; once his brain was restored by the Murgatroid's Jellico. However,
he's not as smart as the Murgatroid's Storvik, who foiled a plot by Jellico and
several of the crew to switch him with his counterpart before returning to the
Qaren and Storvik in that part of Earth's late twentieth century known as The
Big 80s -- Possibly the scariest period in Earth's history. Beam me up before
CENTER/RIGHT: Jellico created the "Men in Black" legend in 20th-century
America, and uses it as a cover for his many trips back...
Other trips through time to critical moments of historic significance include
the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and a major beer blast in the