During the annual major science fiction convention, Nebula 9 - super-fan Audrey O'Neill, who finally organized a life performance starring the short-lived series' original cast as well after decade of 'webipsodes' with a nerd couple, is found dead on set, killed with a real 'space laser' (of which only two working ones were custom-made). Castle, who thinks he has better taste, is amused to find Becket was part of a college fan group. The team works out various personal, career and business motives as well as opportunities for cast and crew.
Did You Know?
: The fan who received Castle's autograph, better known as Commander William T. Riker of Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987). He calls himself Castle's "number one fan" and on ST:TNG, Frakes was often called "Number One." See more
So I was a "Nebula 9" fan. Big deal.
Oh, you were beyond a fan. You dressed up in costume. *You*.
Okay, yes. I was a sci-fi loving, costume-wearing geek. And you know what? Not ashamed of it or of "Nebula 9". Despite what you think, it was an *awesome* show.
Hmm. I'll tell you what. I'll forgive you your terrible taste if you... try on that "Nebula 9" costume for me.
In your dreams.
Look at my life. My dreams come true.
Written by Robert Duncan See more