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Star Trek
Hiro vulcan salute.jpg
Hiro gives the Vulcan salute.

First reference: Genesis
"Star Trek" on Wikipedia

Star Trek is a science fiction television and film franchise, set between 2151 and 2379 A.D. The franchise has spanned forty years, six series, and eleven films. Some of the various television series have aired on NBC. Hiro and Ando are big fans of the show--Hiro more so than Ando.



When Hiro first discovers his powers at Yamagato, he states that he will be able to bend space and teleport. Ando comments that it's like the transporter on Star Trek. Hiro tells Ando, "I broke the space-time continuum!", a phrase made popular in the Star Trek: The Next Generation series. Ando comments that Hiro's "powers beyond any mere mortal" are like Spock's. He then suggests that Hiro use his Vulcan death grip when he is dragged back to his desk by his boss.

Later, after getting bounced from a karaoke bar for teleporting into the women's bathroom, Hiro expresses his desire to be different as "I wanna boldly go where no man has gone before". This is from the opening monologue of Star Trek, and was eventually revealed to be a quote from Zefram Cochrane's speech at the opening of the Warp 5 Complex. Later, Ando sarcastically says to Hiro, "Beam us up, Scotty!".

Don't Look Back

Hiro shows Ando 9th Wonders!, Issue #14, which depicts the conversation in which Hiro tells Ando he wants to "boldly go where no man has gone before."

Later, Hiro again compares his teleportation ability to Star Trek's transporters while speaking to the NYPD detectives investigating the murder of Isaac Mendez in the future. The detective thinks it's funny, since he's seen all the Star Trek television series and doesn't recall seeing Hiro in any of them. Hiro then offers the detective the Vulcan salute.


Hiro repeats his Vulcan salute when he meets Isaac in Midland at the Burnt Toast Diner.


Kaito Nakamura's limo's license plate reads, "NCC-1701". This is the service number for the USS Enterprise. (Incidentally, George Takei was an original cast member of Star Trek.)


Hope calls Hiro "Sulu" just before she punches him in the face. Later, Hiro gives Steve Gustavson the Vulcan salute and says, "I come in peace."


Hiro and Ando part ways with the Vulcan salute.

How to Stop an Exploding Man

Ando reminds Hiro that his whole life he talked about his favorite stories of heroes he wanted to be, Star Trek being part of those heroes.

Cold Wars

When Nathan tells Danko that he wants Peter caught with "no bloodshed", Danko orders his men saying, "Phasers on stun."

Cold Snap

Hiro and Ando believe that Matt Parkman's infant son might actually be Matt Parkman. Wondering how such a thing could have occurred, Hiro explains that on The Next Generation, a transporter accident caused something similar to happen.


After Damian lays his hands on Hiro, Hiro says, "Beam me up, Scotty," and disappears.

Upon This Rock

Hiro, whose "fanboy brain" has been "stirred up" by Damian, tells a ramen vendor that he is a "humble knight from the Starship Enterprise." He says that he requires transport to his first officer.

Later, when Ando does not understand Hiro, Hiro says, "Hailing frequencies are open." He asks, "Is your communicator not functioning?" He exclaims, "Transmission jammed at the source, Captain!"

Graphic Novel: The Trip, Part 1

After Damian scrambles Hiro's brain, Hiro says, "Beam me up, Scotty!" He later imagines that a woman in Baudelaire is Spock.

Close to You

Hiro, whose "brain is [still] scrambled," sees the orderlies at Riverdale Psychiatric Hospital, and says, "Warp speed, Dr. Watson." Later, when Ando has been drugged and is being pushed in a wheelchair, he says, "Warp speed captain!" Finally, when Ando suggests using his red lightning to unscramble Hiro's mind, Hiro says, "Make it so, Sancho."

Graphic Novel: The Trip, Part 2

Hiro says he needs his "first officer". Later, he tells a ramen vendor that he is from the Starship Enterprise.

The Needs of the Many

The title of the episode, The Needs of the Many, comes from Spock's quote in The Wrath of Khan: "Logic clearly dictates that the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few."

Heroes Evolutions

Hiro's Blog

Hiro's blog often references Star Trek. For instance, the kanji characters superimposed on the header image represent the Prime Directive. Other references include:

Saving Charlie

  • Hiro recalls that once he'd tried to go an entire evening speaking Klingon instead of Japanese. (Chapter 3)
  • After stopping time, Hiro says, "I've broken the space-time continuum!" (Chapter 3)
  • Ando calls Hiro "Spock". (Chapter 3)
  • When Hiro says that he can teleport himself, Ando teases, "Like Star Trek?" Later he chides, "You go ahead and boldly go where no man has gone before." (Chapter 3)
  • Hiro has Star Trek posters on the walls of his childhood home. (Chapter 16)

The Agent




  • Bill Aldridge (SFX floor foreman) did special effects for Star Trek XI.
  • Elle Alexander (stunts) performed stunts for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager.
  • Nathan Aronson (key office production assistant) was a production assistant on Star Trek XI.
  • Brian Avery (stunts) performed stunts on Star Trek: Enterprise, Star Trek: Insurrection and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
  • Gregory J. Barnett (stunts) was Leonard Nimoy's stunt double in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home and Star Trek V: The Final Frontier.
  • Jay Bartus (SFX artist) did was a special effects technician for Star Trek XI.
  • Christine Boylan (graphic novelist) wrote a story included in Star Trek: The Manga in September 2007.
  • Jeff Case (key grip) was a dolly grip for Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.
  • Fernando Chien (stunts) did was a stuntman and played "Saul" in the three episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise.
  • Aron Eli Coleite (writer/producer) wrote the pilot episode of Star Trek: Discovery.
  • Roxann Dawson (director) played "Lt. B'Elanna Torres" on Star Trek: Voyager, and directed episodes of Voyager and Star Trek: Enterprise.
  • Tony Donno (stunts) did stunts in Star Trek: First Contact.
  • Dana Dru Evenson (stunt double for Ashley Crow) worked as a stunt double for Denise Crosby on Star Trek: The Next Generation and portrayed a security officer in Star Trek: Nemesis.
  • Bryan Fuller (writer/co-executive producer) was a writer on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager.
  • Jeremy Fry (stunt driver) performed utility stunts in several episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise.
  • Erich Gann (sound) did re-recording for sound on Star Trek: Enterprise.
  • J. Armin Garza II (camera car driver) was a camera car driver for Star Trek: First Contact.
  • Tim Gilbert (stunt coordinator) acted in Star Trek: Voyager.
  • Mike Gunther (stunts) performed stunts in Star Trek XI.
  • Yoshio Iizuka (stunts) was a stuntman and stunt actor in Star Trek: Enterprise.
  • Derek Johnson (stand-in) was Karl Urban's stand-in on Star Trek XI.
  • Owen Martin (art department assistant) portrayed an alien cadet in Star Trek XI
  • Kim Meredith, (medical technical advisor) was a background actor in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
  • Anthony Molinari (stunt double) was a stunt double in Star Trek XI.
  • Tyler Moore (webisode medic) provided voiceover work for the video game Star Trek: Armada.
  • Dave Morton (gaffer) was a motion control gaffer for Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.
  • Ken Niederbaumer (special effects makeup) did prosthetics and makeup for the 2009 Star Trek film.
  • Hugh Aodh O'Brien (stunts) did stunts for Star Trek: Enterprise.
  • Terrence O'Hara (director) directed an episode of Star Trek: Voyager.
  • Lin Oeding (stunts) performed stunts in Star Trek: Enterprise and the 2009 film Star Trek.
  • Jade Quon (stunt coach) performed utility stunts in Star Trek XI.
  • Richard Redlefsen (prosthetic makeup artist) provided special effect makeup in the 2009 film Star Trek.
  • Mark Riccardi (Greg Grunberg's stunt double) did stunts for Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, and Star Trek Generations.
  • Pat Romano (stunts) worked on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: First Contact, and Star Trek Generations.
  • Spike Silver (stunts) worked on Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.
  • Mark Spatny (visual effects producer) was a visual effects production manager for Star Trek: Insurrection.
  • Erik Stabenau (stunts) worked on Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country and Star Trek Generations.
  • David Straiton (director) directed several episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise.
  • Justin Sundquist (stunt double) played a MACO and did stunts for Star Trek: Enterprise.
  • Scott Trimble (location scout) was a location scout for Star Trek XI.
  • Mike Tsucalas (set production assistant) was a set production assistant on Star Trek XI.
  • Mark Aaron Wagner (stunt double) did stunts for Star Trek: Enterprise and Star Trek: Insurrection.
  • Gary J. Wayton (stunt double) did stunts for Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Insurrection, and Star Trek: Enterprise.
  • Chrissy Weathersby (stunt double) performed stunts and acted as a crewmember in Star Trek XI.


  • Dale Smither's hometown of Bozeman, MT is the location of Zephram Cochrane's original warp engine project, and was a pivotal location in Star Trek: First Contact.
  • Dr. Zimmerman, who claims to have "made" Tracy Strauss, shares his name with the scientist who made The Doctor in Star Trek: Voyager.


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