Captain Christopher Pike commanded the USS Enterprise in the pilot episode of Star Trek, The Cage (TOS). He was played by Jeffrey Hunter, who later turned down the role of Captain James T. Kirk. Good job, dumbass. Judging from his performance in the pilot, Hunter might have done a better job than William Shatner.

In The Menagerie (TOS), we discover that Captain Pike was horribly injured in an accident, leaving him paralyized and unable to communicate except through the use of a flashing light. So much for 23rd century technology. Spock, who served under Pike before becoming Kirk’s first officer, risks the death penalty to bring Pike to Talos IV, where the Talosians use their abilities to create powerful mental illusions to free Pike from the restraints of his crippled body. Hunter was unavailable for The Menagerie, and it was pointless paying his relatively hefty fee for the guy to do nothing but sit around in a chair all day, so Sean Kenney (who showed up in bit parts in other episodes) played the crippled Captain Pike, and Hunter is only seen in footage recycled from The Cage.
A young adult sci-fi writer who is actually good.
He wrote:
The Monster
Gimmy A Kiss
The Last Vampire
The Immortal
Remeber Me I and II

And many more

His stories are very captivating and usually have a weird "YouAreNotWhoYouThinkYouAre" twist. I was addicted to his stuff like crack when I was in 7th and 8th grade.

He also written several adult novels like Sati and Seasons Of Passage about vampires from Mars. But I am not particulary too impressed with those.

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