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Issue 77 of Star Trek Monthly was the April 2001 issue.


First Contact
Nick Jones on what is "funny".
The Best of All Worlds
Interview - [[Robert Duncan McNeill] - "Paris in the Springtime"
by Andy Mangels and Michael A. Martin.
Star Trek's 30 Funniest Moments
K. Stoddard Hayes, Nick Jones, and Anna Bowles lead the countdown.
Robert Duncan McNeill as Tom Paris.
A Fistful of Data
Ocampan procreation, Bajoran lightship controls, console displays.
I Wanna Tell You A Story...
Andy Mangels and Michael A. Martin ask for amusing anecdotes from George Takei, Carolyn Seymour, and Scott MacDonald.
How to Pull a Fast One in the Future
K. Stoddard Hayes offers advice for budding 24th century con artists.
Interview - Christopher Plummer - "Bard Medicine!"
by Ian Spelling.
Interview - Meg Foster - "Eyes Wide Shut"
by K. Stoddard Hayes.
From the Replicator
Games: James Brumbaugh talks to the developers of Star Trek: Bridge Commander.
On Screen: The Next Generation rerelease volume 4.1, Voyager volume 7.2; interview with Keith Szarabajka.
Read Out: Dark Matters, Restoration.
Hollow Pursuits
Great Moments in Star Trek: "Charlie X", Charlie uses his powers.
Top 10: Personal combat.
Unforgettable: Mullibok.
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Issue 76 Star Trek Monthly
Issue 77 - April 2001
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