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While working on the article for "Make-Believe" and looking at Allyn Gibson's annotations, I am reminded of his reference to "Requiem for a Martian" -- which, for those who do not know, was the alleged 80th episode of TOS, created as a prank by a group on one of the BBS's a few years back. It turns out that SCE eBook: The Future Begins also includes a "Requiem" reference, per its authors' annotations. I'm going back and forth whether to mention "Requiem" in some way here, and in how much detail, or to ignore it, seeing as the specific references come only from these annotations. What does the rest of the community think? --Seventy 16:39, 4 November 2007 (UTC)
I'm one of the contributors to the article on it in Uncyclopedia (the perfect home for such rubbish), and some of what I contributed (i.e., that it was what caused the Mirror Universe to be formed, and that it destroyed the career of the mirror Richard Kiley, and the picture suggesting that Shazzerd resembled Marvin the Martian, and the assertion that in our universe, the persons keeping it suppressed bear an uncanny resemblance to Matt Winston, Teri Garr, and Robert Lansing) is still there.
I'm for leaving the article in place, if for no other reason than to keep the hoax debunked.
-- James H. H. Lampert, Wikipedia user hbquikcomjamesl, probably not registered with Memory Beta, 19 October 2009