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Star Trek

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Star Trek and Supernatural have several parallels. Star Trek also spawned an [ animated series], which aired in 1973. A library of books set in the Star Trek universe has been written since the airing of the original series. Star Trek is famous for its vast fandom, members of which participate in [ conventions]. Additionally, Star Trek has been a popular subject for [[slash]].
Two Three members of the Supernatural crew have connections to Star Trek. The director of [[1.06 Skin]], [ Robert Duncan McNeil] starred in [ Star Trek: Voyager] as Lt Tom Paris, while [ Robert Picardo], who played [[Wayne Whittaker]], appeared with him as the Doctor. Actor [[Mark Sheppard]], who plays [[Crowley]] on Supernatural, guest starred in an episode of the same series.
[[Sera Gamble]] herself says "I will boldly admit to being a life-long Trekkie. I was born and bred on the cheesy rock [set] and William Shatner. So I am well aware of what it is to be part of a fandom. And fandom is defined by meticulous care and really giving a shit and having strong opinions and arguing." [ Source]. On the episode commentary to [[5.04 The End]] with [[Eric Kripke]] and [[Ben Edlund]], Eric mentions that Sera was meant to be doing the commentary but had been called up for jury duty, which she was attending in her Star Fleet uniform.

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