The nebula seen at 28:08 on the DVD looks a bit like the
eyes of a
The dialog between Kirk and McCoy on the Starfleet Academy
campus reveals that Kirk's test in the Kobayashi Maru
simulation the next day will be his third attempt against
the no-win scenario.
When Uhura returns to her dorm room, she tells Gaila about a
transmission she intercepted about a battle near a Klingon
prison planet, where 47 ships of a Klingon armada were
destroyed. This is a reference to the Klingons' battle with
the Narada near Rura Penthe in
"A Perfect View".
Kirk eats an apple during his Kobayashi Maru test.
Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan, Kirk is also eating
an apple while he explains how he "beat" the test to Lt.
exam outcome as presented here is quite a bit different than
the one presented in the original timeline novel
Kobayashi Maru; in that novel, Kirk had programmed the
scenario such that the Klingons were frightened when they
heard they were facing the great Captain Kirk and chose not
At 33:15 on the DVD, the names of two of the admirals
presiding over the Academy Board during the proceedings
against Kirk are seen. One is Admiral James Komack; Komack
was mentioned or seen in three different episodes of the
original Star Trek TV series, and named for the
director of the episode "A Piece of the Action". The other
is Admiral Richard Barnett, named for a visual effects
artist on ST-TNG and ST-DS9; the novelization identifies
Barnett, near the end of the novel, as the Academy
commandant. (In the novelization Captain
Pike is also present on the board.)
During the proceedings against Kirk, it is stated the Spock
has programmed the
exam for the last four years. The
Edge seemed to suggest that
Spock created the
Kobayashi Maru scenario during his senior year at the
Admiral Barnett states the bulk of Starfleet ships is
currently engaged in the Laurentian system and thus unable
to respond to the distress call from Vulcan. The Laurentian
system is where Rura Penthe is located, the fleet there
responding to the
distress call from the Klingons.
At 35:18 on the DVD, more
names of the
at the Academy proceedings against Kirk
are seen: Admiral Gretchen Lui, Admiral Nensi Chandra, and
Lt. Alice Rawlings. Possibly Lt. Rawlings was named for
actress Alice Rawlings who played Jame Finney in the
original series episode "Court Martial".
At 35:43 on the DVD, it sounds like someone named "Vader" is
being assigned to the U.S.S. Hood! Listen:
McCoy injects Kirk with the vaccine against the Melvaran mud
Melvaran mud fleas were first mentioned in the Star Trek:
Enterprise episode "Canamar".
At 37:48 on the DVD, McCoy takes Kirk to the shuttle
Gilliam. Kirk first boarded the
Gilliam for the Tanika Station scenario test in
The Delta Anomaly.
At 38:44 on the DVD, we get our first glimpse of Starbase 1
in orbit over Earth (the name is revealed in the
novelization). The Enterprise and several other Starfleet
ships are seen docked here.
Finding cadet Sulu at the helm, Captain Pike asks him where
is Lt. McKenna and gets the response that McKenna came down
with lungworm and Sulu is his replacement. It seems odd that
McKenna would have lungworm, as it is a nematode parasite only
known to infect animals, not people; possibly an alien
species of nematode-like parasite has infected McKenna. McKenna
previously made an
appearance in The Gemini
Although she doesn't appear in the film, at 43:12 on the
DVD, we hear Dr. McCoy call for Nurse Chapel.
At 46:31 on the DVD, Captain Pike tells Hannity to hail the
U.S.S. Truman. Hannity first appeared in
The Gemini Agent.
R2-D2, the little droid from the Star Wars films, is
glimpsed among the debris of the Federation ships at 47:39
on the DVD. He later also appears in
Into Darkness. (Screenshot from
Yahoo! Movies Buzz Log.)
After destroying the other seven Starfleet ships sent to
Vulcan and essentially rendering the Enterprise
defenseless, Nero commands Captain Pike to board a shuttle and
come to the Narada for negotiations. From his
treatment of Captain Robau of the U.S.S. Kelvin 25
years earlier after a similar demand (as seen in
"Rebirth"), we have some idea what
to expect from Nero when Pike arrives on board.
The scene at 49:58 on the DVD shows that the main
viewscreen on the bridge of the Enterprise is actually a
window out into space which usually has data or
communications images transposed upon it. As the camera
pulls back on the scene, it is also revealed that the bridge is
located on the bottom of the saucer section, not the top as
in previously seen versions of the ships! However, the
ship's layout as presented in the extras of the Blu-ray disk
release, labels the bridge as being on top of the saucer as
usual. Possibly we are seeing a secondary bridge, nearly
identical to the main bridge? But why would they be using it
at this juncture? (Later stories seem to depict the bridge
properly on top: the cover of the IDW comic book Star Trek
#19 features a mini-schematic of the Enterprise
which labels the main bridge on top; the 2013
Star Trek PC video game ["Gorn,
But Not Forgotten"] depicts the bridge on the upper
part of the saucer section; and the 2013 film
Into Darkness likewise
shows the bridge on top.)
Captain Pike's remark to Spock as he leaves him in charge of
the Enterprise to shuttle over to the Narada,
"...I'm not the captain, you are," is reminiscent of Captain
Robau's comment to George Kirk as he shuttles over to the
"Rebirth", "You're captain now, Mr.
During the strike on the mining platform of the Narada,
notice that the Starfleet officer who dies, Olsen, was
wearing a red dropsuit. This was an homage to the
unfortunate tendency of red-shirted officers to die on away
missions in any number of episodes of the original series.
Sulu tells Kirk that he has advanced combat training in
fencing. His fencing skill was depicted in the
original series episode, "The Naked Time".
Sulu's unfolding blade seen at 56:38 on the DVD seems like
the Star Trek version of a lightsaber!
Notice that, as Sulu runs Kirk's Romulan attacker through
with the sword at 57:44 on the DVD, green blood is seen on
the sword point. Also notice the metallic sash worn by the
Romulan; it looks like a Klingon sash, similar to those seen
in various episodes of the multiple ST TV series. Perhaps he
took it from a Klingon guard he killed during Narada
crew's escape from Rura Penthe in
Against the Romulan"?
When Uhura asks Spock why his parents and the Vulcan High
Council can't just be beamed up to the Enterprise,
he responds that they will now be in the katric
ark. The katric ark is a repository for Vulcan
katras (the living spirit of a Vulcan after death),
deep underground and shielded from outside technology such
as communications and transporters (see the
katric ark entry at Memory Alpha). The
novelization reveals that the ark is located deep beneath
the city of Shikahr and houses Surak's katra (among others),
which was beamed up to the Enterprise along with
the High Council members.
When Sulu is jostled off the mining platform and falls
towards Vulcan's surface, Kirk's jumps after him to affect a
rescue. Notice that Sulu spreads his arms and legs as he
falls to slow his descent through air resistance, while Kirk
angles head-down with his arms pinned to his sides and legs
together to more swiftly arrow through the atmosphere and
catch up to Sulu.
Many of the scenes on Vulcan were shot at
Vasquez Rocks, where Kirk's battle with the Gorn was shot
for the original series episode "Arena".
The Centaurian slug used by Nero on Captain Pike was an
homage by the screenwriters to the Ceti eels used by Khan in
Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan. A deleted scene from
the film reveals that Nero obtained them from the Klingons
who held him and his crew on Rura Penthe for 25 years (as
seen in "Second Chance").
The novelization seems to suggest that the creature is a
Romulan arthropod instead; it's effects on its host here are
also different: it latches onto the spinal column instead of
the brain stem and secretes a fluid that renders the host
unable to deceive an interrogator instead of simply causing
great pain as does the Centaurian slug as described in the
While discussing the possibility of time travel, Spock says
to McCoy, "If you eliminate the impossible, whatever
remains, however improbable, must be the truth." This is a
paraphrasing of a quote by Sherlock
Holmes in the stories about the character by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. (Spock also
says it in Star Trek: The Undiscovered Country.) In the
novelization, Spock also quotes Saint Clarke: "Any
sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from
magic." By "Saint Clarke", he is obviously referring to Sir
Arthur C. Clarke, who originated this quote; though Clarke
is quite popular with science and science-fiction literati,
he is not normally referred to as "Saint".
The discussion between Kirk and Spock from 1:10:23-1:10:53
on the DVD regarding the alleged alteration of the timeline
is the writers' way of telling the audience, essentially,
that this is not your father's Star Trek. Listen:
our destinies have changed
Notice that the gigantic red beast (a hengrauggi) that
chases Kirk on Delta Vega has numerous eyes running along
its head and neck.
When Spock-Prime finds that he has rescued a young James
T. Kirk on Delta Vega, he says, "I have been, and always
shall be, your friend." These were among Spock's dying words
to Kirk after saving the Enterprise in
Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan.
When Spock-Prime tells an incredulous Kirk, "I am Spock,"
the line may be a reference to actor Leonard Nimoy's second
autobiographical book, 1995's I Am Spock, a
follow-up to his first autobiography, 1975's I Am Not
The scenes depicted during Spock's mind-meld with Kirk on
Delta Vega are abbreviated versions of the
in the two Star
Trek mini-series from IDW,
At 1:21:46 on the DVD, Dr. McCoy refers to Spock as a
"green-blooded hobgoblin". In the
original series episode "Bread and Circuses", he referred to
Spock as a "pointed-eared hobgoblin".
At 1:23:09 on the DVD, there is a tribble in a cage in
Scotty and Keenser's work area at the Federation outpost on
Delta Vega. The creatures trilling sound can also be heard.
Tribbles, of course, first appeared in the original series
episode "The Trouble With Tribbles".
Scotty explains to Kirk and Spock-Prime that he thinks he
was assigned to Delta Vega as punishment for using Admiral
Archer's prized beagle in a test of transwarp beaming from
which it never returned. This is a reference to Jonathan
Archer, the captain of the Enterprise on the TV series
Star Trek: Enterprise. During the series, he had a pet
beagle on board named Porthos; since the movie takes place
over 100 years later, it seems likely that the beagle
mentioned here is a different dog.
The scene of Spock entering engineering equations from the
future so that Scotty can perfect transwarp beaming is
reminiscent of Scotty having done the same thing in the
original timeline to allow a 20th Century engineer to invent
transparent aluminum in Star Trek: The Voyage Home.
The security officer who apprehends Kirk and Scotty in
Engineering says to Kirk, "Come with me, cupcake." He is the
same cadet whom Kirk called "cupcake" just before their
fight at the Shipyard Bar in
Kirk's baiting of Spock to get him to become enraged is similar
to a scene in the original series episode "This Side of
The Earth image that comes up on Nero's viewscreen at
1:36:34 on the DVD is that of San Francisco Bay, home of
Starfleet Headquarters, and an early indication that he has
chosen that site as the location through which the
Narada will drill down to the Earth's core to implant
red matter that will destroy the planet.
At 1:38:52 on the DVD, it can be seen (in reverse) that the
writing on the transparent shield between the Enterprise's
transporter pad and the transporter console reads "DO NOT
ENTER TRANSPORTATION AREA WHILE TRANSPORTATION IS IN
Here's one I missed:
points out that the pilot's seat and
console of the Jellyfish
form a juxtaposition that looks
similar to the Vulcan IDIC symbol
(Infinite Diversity in Infinite
Combinations). The IDIC symbol was
first seen in the original series episode "Is There in Truth No
1:42:24 on the DVD is the first time we hear the "new" Spock
say "fascinating". He has, however, said it several times in
the various Starfleet Academy novels which take
place before this.
During Nero's fight with Kirk aboard the Narada,
Nero tells him he will deprive him of life just as he did
his father. How does Nero know that George Kirk was in
command of the Kelvin when it was destroyed 25
years ago? I suppose it's possible that transmissions
between the Kelvin and the escaping shuttlecraft
could have been intercepted by the Narada.
When Spock is beamed off the destructing Jellyfish,
why does he appear on the Enterprise transporter
pad standing when he was in a seated position on the Jellyfish?
At 1:52:06 on the DVD, the control panel in engineering has
the word "ASYS" printed at the bottom. Possibly this is an
indication that it was designed by
Systems (ASYS), a real world company.
When Spock enters the bridge and offers Kirk his services as
ship's science officer, it is a reference to a scene in
Star Trek: The Motion Picture,
in which he does the same as the Enterprise is
heading for its rendezvous with V'Ger.
Near the end of the film, Spock-Prime tells his younger self
that he has already located a suitable planet on which to
establish a Vulcan colony with the survivors of Vulcan's
destruction. What planet is it? How did he find one so
quickly? Could it be a planet that was already familiar to
him from the original timeline, maybe one seen in the
original TV series?
At the Academy ceremony, Admiral
Pike appears in a wheelchair. This
is a nod to the original series
episodes "The Menagerie" Parts 1 and
2, in which Fleet Captain Pike was
depicted as horribly scarred and
having lost the use of most of his
body, confined to a mechanized
wheelchair-like transport. In the
current timeline, he is presumably
just recovering from his ordeal
aboard the Narada and not
permanently crippled. Notice also
(in the picture below) that
newly-promoted Admiral Pike is
wearing a uniform that looks similar
to Admiral Kirk's uniform in
Star Trek: The Motion Picture.
Notes from the Deleted Scenes on the DVD
In the scene of Spock's birth, notice that Sarek looks a bit
like Leonard Nimoy.
Sarek suggests to his wife that they name their new son
"Spock" after one of Vulcan's early society builders.
In a scene deleted from the Kobayashi Maru test
sequence, we see that Kirk manipulated Gaila, through her
feelings for him, into opening an email at a certain time
during his test, which launched the program that suddenly
caused the shields of the Klingon vessels in the simulation
Notes from the Audio Commentary on the DVD
At 1:37:39 on the DVD, there is a hidden Starfleet emblem
made by the juxtaposition of the Enterprise against
The registry number of the Kelvin, (NCC-)0514, is the
birthday of J.J. Abrams' grandfather.
Notes from the novelization
of Star Trek by Alan Dean Foster
(The page numbers come from the 1st
printing, paperback edition, published September 2010)
Pages 70-end cover the events of "The Vengeance of Nero"
Page 70 describes Gaila's skin as being as green as the
fabled city of Oz. Oz, of course, is a reference to the
Oz children's books of L. Frank Baum and others.
On page 72, Uhura and Kirk trade African proverbs with each
other. Uhura's "A sweet taste does not remain forever in the
mouth," is Kenyan. When Kirk responds to her with "A
man on the ground cannot fall," she tells him, "That's a
South African proverb. I'm not from Southern Africa." That's
true, it is a South African proverb. Her statement to Kirk
may indicate she is from Kenya.
Page 73 indicates that the main Orion language is called
Orion Prime. It is also revealed that both Uhura and Kirk
are able to speak it.
On page 88, during the investigation into Kirk's cheating on
the Kobayashi Maru test, Kirk refers to Commander
Spock as Commander Spork. Presumably, Kirk did it on purpose
as a veiled insult, since the Starfleet Academy
novels indicate he has at least heard of Spock even if not
having met him. In our world, a spork is an eating utensil
that has a shallow scoop like a spoon topped with short
tines like a fork, thus the portmanteau "spork"; these are often made of plastic and
On page 92, cadet Fugeman is assigned to Regula 1. Regula 1
was the name of the Federation scientific research station
that orbited the planetoid Regula to which Dr. Carol Marcus
and her son David were assigned in Star Trek: The Wrath
On page 96, Uhura remarks that she helped Starfleet Academy
win first place over Kyoto and MIT at the Oxford Linguistics
Invitational. "Oxford Linguistics" philosophy (also known as
"ordinary language philosophy") is a philosophical area of
study originally developed at the
Oxford that suggests that many philosophical problems
are rooted in philosophers' own distortion of what words
mean in everyday use. MIT is the
Institute of Technology and "Kyoto" probably refers to
After receiving the
Melvaran mud flea vaccine from McCoy, page 100 describes
Kirk's hands as looking as if they were suffering from a
highly localized case of elephantiasis. Elephantiasis is a
disease that causes thickening of skin and underlying
tissues, leading to swelling of body parts.
Dr. McCoy tells the boarding officer outside shuttle
Gilliam that Kirk is suffering from "an inflamed
epididymis complicated by excessive swelling of the ego
region of the cerebral cortex" due to exposure to
gram-negative bacteria. This translates that Kirk's
testicles are inflamed and he has an exaggeratedly high opinion
of himself! Gram-negative bacteria are simply those that do
not hold the violet stain dye of the Gram staining protocol.
On page 111, Uhura identifies Chekov as being from the Urals
by his accent. The Urals is a roughly north-south running
mountain range in Russia. They are largely recognized to be
the division point between Europe and Asia.
Also on page 111, Uhura guesses that Chekov was probably
recruited out of the Star City Conservatory outside Moscow.
Although there does not appear to be a
Star City Conservatory by name in our current world, Star
City does exist; it is a small, restricted military town
built near Moscow in the 1960s where Russian cosmonauts are
sent to live and train for the space program.
On page 120, Amanda reflects on Sarek's fondness for
Viennese schlag. Schlag is basically a whipped cream topping
for cakes or coffee.
On page 123, the commander of the U.S.S. Newton is
said to be a Captain Alexander.
Page 124 mentions a Starfleet vessel called the U.S.S.
Excelsior. Presumably this was a predecessor of a different
class than the Excelsior prototype NCC-2000 introduced in
2285 in Star Trek: The Search for Spock in the
On page 126, the Defiant is named as one of the
ships at the Battle of Vulcan. In the original series a
Constitution-class ship by that name was seen in "The
Page 128 makes reference to Charles Dodgson in describing
warp space, where "reality was deformed by mathematics".
Presumably this is a reference to the Charles Dodgson who is
better known by his pseudonym, Lewis Carroll, the author of
a number of mathematical works as well as, more popularly,
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel
Through the Looking-Glass in 1865 and 1871, both of
which take place largely in a twisted subsidiary reality.
Page 135 reveals that Nero's actual Romulan name is Ŏ'ŗên,
which is apparently difficult for the human larynx to
pronounce. He tells Captain Pike reversing the name and
softening the sounds yields a name the human can pronounce,
Page 152 reveals that the Romulan blade weapon drawn by the
Narada crewmember on the mining platform is known as a
The book suggests that there are multiple sickbays on the
In justifying his decision to Kirk to follow Pike's orders
and reunite with the fleet in the Laurentian system instead
of chasing after the Narada to rescue the captain, Spock
says, "He understands that the needs of the many outweigh
the danger to the one." This is young Spock unknowingly
paraphrasing his older self in the original timeline's
Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan.
On page 191, Kirk realizes,
in his failed argument with Spock about how to proceed after
the destruction of Vulcan,
he has "chosen his own Rubicon
but, unlike Caesar, had fallen off his horse and was rapidly
being swept downstream." This
is a reference to the crossing of the Rubicon river in Italy
by General Julius Caesar in 49 BC, which led to him leading
a civil war within the Roman Empire and emerging on top as
the new Emperor.
On page 193, Captain Pike is filling his mind with Mozart's
Jupiter Symphony as a means of meditation against
Nero's interrogation. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
was, of course, a music composer during the Classical
period. His Symphony No. 41 in C major, K. 551 of 1781 has
become popularly known as the
In the film the hengrauggi on Delta Vega merely flings the
drakoulias away before giving chase to Kirk. Here in
the novel, it swallows the smaller beast, then chases Kirk.
Page 209 reveals that Kirk was born in the year 2233. This
matches the stardate given in
"Rebirth" of 2233.04 (the rebooted ST continuity has a
different stardate numbering system than the original
timeline continuity; now the first four digits of the
stardate represent the Earth year A.D.).
On page 216, Spock uses the term cthia to describe
the stricture that binds Vulcan emotions. Cthia is
a Vulcan term that originally appeared in the original
timeline novel Spock's World.
Explaining the misuse of red matter as a weapon by Nero to
Kirk, Spock refers to Alfred Nobel from Earth's past. Nobel
(1833-1896) was known for his company's work with improving
explosives for industrial uses, but which were later used
for making weapons of war. Nobel also left most of his
fortune in his will to an institute to establish the Nobel
On page 230, Scotty mentions several Scotch dishes: piece
and jam (a strawberry jam sandwich), mince and tatties
(minced beef and potatoes), and cockaleekie soup (a soup of
leeks and chicken stock).
On page 253, Kirk mentions several scientists of the past.
Einstein, Rutherford, Bohr, Plank, and Hawking are all real
physicists of Earth's past (Hawking is still alive in our
present day). Ashford, T'mer, and Lal-kang are unknown,
probably fictitious names meant to suggest a history of the
Page 254 reveals that Sarek is the son of Skon, who was the
son of Solkar. Sarek's relationship to Skon was first
revealed in the original series episode "Journey to Babel".
Solkar was first mentioned in
Star Trek: The Search for Spock. According to
Memory Alpha, Solkar was the captain of the ship that
first met Zefram Cochrane in Earth's first official meeting
with extraterrestrials, the first Vulcan ambassador to
Earth, and one of three Vulcans who signed the Federation
Page 272 reveals that Spock is proficient in the Vulcan
martial art of Suus Mahna. This martial art was
first featured in the Star Trek: Enterprise episode
Page 274 points out that the easiest insertion point for the
Narada's plasma drill on Earth would be the Marianas
Trench in the Pacific Ocean, the deepest part of all the
Earth's oceans and one of the thinnest points to Earth's
core from its crust. But Nero is in no particular hurry and
wants the plasma drill to strike at Starfleet Command in San
Page 275 reveals that Nero has decided to keep Pike alive
for return as an exhibit to Romulus once the Federation is
On board the Narada on page 278, Spock says he has
recognized sufficient design elements on the Jellyfish
to identify the ship as Vulcan in origin.
And on page 280, the ship's computer informs Spock that it
was built in 2387, commissioned by the Vulcan Science
"Countdown" Part 3 suggests that
the ship was designed and built by Geordi La Forge, a human.
Presumably, the Vulcan Science Academy commissioned the
retired Starfleet officer to do so and he made use of certain
Vulcan elements in the ship's design.
On page 286, Spock asks for Nero's surrender under the
Europa Convention of Sentient Species. This appears to be
the first mention of this concord within the ST universe.
On page 304, Spock-Prime tells his younger self that he
intends to devote the remainder of his life to committing
for posterity everything he knows.
On page 307, Spock-Prime tells his younger self he may come
to his elder self for advice on occasion.
Page 308 mentions the Phoenicians. Phoenicia was an ancient
civilization of the Mediterranean and portions of the Middle
East and Africa from 1500-300 BC.
Page 309 suggests that Pike's ordeal aboard the Narada
has turned his hair prematurely gray. This does not appear
to be the case in the film, at least not to a significant
In the novel, it is Pike rather than Barnett who secures
Kirk's medal to his chest, saying it is a commendation for
original thinking in his solution to the Kobayashi Maru
simulation. In the original timeline, Kirk told Lt. Saavik
that he received such an award in
Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan.
As Kirk takes command of the Enterprise at the end
of the book, McCoy wryly states, "Same ship, different day."
This is a play on the American colloquialism, "Same shit,
On page 312, Kirk's response to Spock's question about how
the encryption code of the Kobayashi Maru
simulation, "Orion women talk in their sleep," seems
to imply that Gaila was one of the people who worked on that
code, and was the reason for Kirk's relationship with her.
On the last page, Admiral Archer's wayward beagle, which was
transwarp beamed in Scotty's experiment six months previous,
rematerializes in the Enterprise's transporter
What happened to the singularities that swallowed the planet
Vulcan and the Narada? The Vulcan singularity seems to
vanish after the implosion of the planet, but is it merely
invisible, as a black hole in space, from which not even
light can escape, should be? The novel seems to say that
this is the case. That would imply the second singularity
that swallowed the Narada, is still in existence as well,
seemingly not too far from Earth's solar system! Could the
explosion of the Enterprise's ejected warp core have
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