Works in this franchise with their own Trivia pages:

* Series:
** ''Trivia/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries''
** ''Trivia/StarTrekTheAnimatedSeries''
** ''Trivia/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''
** ''Trivia/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine''
** ''Trivia/StarTrekVoyager''
** ''Trivia/StarTrekEnterprise''

* Films:
** ''Trivia/StarTrekTheMotionPicture''
** ''Trivia/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan''
** ''Trivia/StarTrekIIITheSearchForSpock''
** ''Trivia/StarTrekIVTheVoyageHome''
** ''Trivia/StarTrekVTheFinalFrontier''
** ''Trivia/StarTrekVITheUndiscoveredCountry''
** ''Trivia/StarTrekGenerations''
** ''Trivia/StarTrekFirstContact''
** ''Trivia/StarTrekInsurrection''
** ''Trivia/StarTrekNemesis''
** ''Trivia/StarTrek2009''
** ''Trivia/StarTrekIntoDarkness''
** ''Trivia/StarTrekBeyond''

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* ActorAllusion: Diana Muldaur has been cast as three different doctors through the course of the franchise, two on ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'', and Doctor Pulaski on ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''.
* DevelopmentGag:
** Quite a few. Jeffries Tubes were named after the visual designer of the original series (and designer of the original Enterprise) Matt Jeffries. Various shuttlecraft, such as the Justman, were also named after notable production crew. A section of Stage 16 at the Creator/{{Paramount}} studio used to portray alien planets had the nickname of "Planet Hell," which was used as a description of an appropriate planet in ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''.
** The ENT episode "Dear Doctor" makes a reference to sex-starved Archer's "[[FreudianSlipperySlope Pillarian Slips]]" in front of busty T'Pol. This is a cute nod to writer Michael Pillar.
* LifeImitatesArt: Take the sliding doors, for one thing.
* ReferencedBy: [[ReferencedBy/StarTrek See subpage]].
* {{Trope Namer|s}} For:
** BeamMeUpScotty: ...Which Kirk never actually said.
** BoldlyComing
** CaptainsLog: A quick and easy way to set the stage for an episode. Mental masturbation aside, there really isn't any rhyme or reason to the decimal digits; the general rule is that 1,000 stardate units are equal to one year, the normal timespan between TV seasons. Starfleet is still using the Roman calendar at the time of ENT.
** DeflectorShields
** DroppedABridgeOnHim: Referring to Kirk's HeroicSacrifice in ''Star Trek Generations''.
** TheFederation
** GrowingTheBeard: An InJoke directed at Jonathan Frakes, whose character Cmd. Riker grew a beard at the same time TNG improved in overall quality.[[invoked]]
** HesDeadJim: [=McCoy=]'s most frequent diagnosis. No wonder they call him Bones.
** HisNameIs: Spoken by Kirk's captor in ''Star Trek VI'', just before Kirk is beamed away (to his consternation.)
** HolodeckMalfunction: "The Big Goodbye" (TNG)
** IAmNotSpock: From Creator/LeonardNimoy's autobiography.
*** IAmNotLeonardNimoy
** ImADoctorNotAPlaceholder: [=McCoy=]'s {{catchphrase}}, later to become a franchise RunningGag. Here's a [[http://en.memory-alpha.org/wiki/I%27m_a_doctor,_not_a full list.]]
** InTheOriginalKlingon: ''Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country''
** InertialDampening
** InsaneAdmiral
** TheKirk
** KirkSummation
*** ShutUpKirk
** KirksRock: For the British equivalent, see BBCQuarry.
** KlingonPromotion
** KlingonScientistsGetNoRespect
** KlingonsLoveShakespeare: ''Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country''
** LowerDeckEpisode: Coined by the TNG episode "Lower Decks"
** MarySue: Via a 1973 FanFic which parodied the trend of writing these.[[invoked]]
** TheMcCoy
** MirrorUniverse: "Mirror, Mirror" (TOS) and accompanying episodes.
** TheNeutralZone: "The Balance of Terror" (TOS)
** NiceHat: Worf's introduction his new First Officer ([=DS9=]).
** PardonMyKlingon
** PatrickStewartSpeech
** RedShirt: Referring to Kirk's expendable Security staff. As the uniform colors switched around in the spin-offs, the term "Goldshirt" also applies.
** ResistanceIsFutile: The Borg opening hail, first heard in "Q Who" (TNG).
*** YouWillBeAssimilated
** ScottyTime
** SlashFic: From Kirk/Spock.
** SpaceWhaleAesop: ''Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home''
** TheSpock
** SpockSpeak
** StrawVulcan: The interstellar flavor of ScrewYouElves
** SufficientlyAdvancedAliens: Data made this observation in "Justice" (TNG).
** TheissTitillationTheory: Named for the costume designer on ''The Original Series''.[[invoked]]
** {{Trekkie}}
** VulcanHasNoMoon
** WagonTrainToTheStars: Gene Roddenberry originally pitched his draft as ''Series/WagonTrain'' [-{{IN SPACE}}-].
** WeComeInPeaceShootToKill: From a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star_Trekkin famous parody]].
** WhoopiEpiphanySpeech
** TheWorfEffect
*** TheWorfBarrage
*** WorfHadTheFlu
* {{Trope Maker|s}} for:
** GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe: "The Cage" (TOS)
** PlanetOfHats: Popularized by "A Piece of the Action" (TOS)
** RubberForeheadAliens
* UnfinishedEpisode: [[http://en.memory-alpha.org/wiki/Undeveloped_Star_Trek_projects Memory Alpha made a list.]] Highlights include:
** ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' was originally going to have an episode entitled "He Walked Among Us", which would have guest starred Milton Berle. In the episode, Berle would've played a sociologist pretending to be God in a primitive community, and it would've showcased Berle's dramatic acting range. However, Gene Roddenberry was enraged when he discovered that the script for the episode [[ExecutiveMeddling had been rewritten as a comedy]], so he ordered for the episode to be scrapped.
** A ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' episode called [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_and_Fire_(Star_Trek:_The_Next_Generation) "Blood and Fire"]], featuring an openly gay couple and an AIDS allegory. Rick Berman shot it down due to the former, but it was later produced as part of the FanVid series ''WebVideo/StarTrekNewVoyages''.
** A ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' episode where Ens. Sito Jaxa from the TNG episode [[Recap/StarTrekTheNextGenerationS7E14LowerDecks "Lower Decks"]] returns as a PTSD patient after having been imprisoned in inhumane conditions. Some elements were used in season 4's "[[ButtMonkey O'Brien must suffer]]" episode [[Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS04E19HardTime "Hard Time"]].
** A ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' episode where the Doctor is forced to kill someone to protect a patient, bringing him into conflict with the Hippocratic Oath.
** The entire planned fifth season of ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'', due to the cancellation. Season 5 was to show the beginnings of the Federation and the roots of the Earth-Romulan War, and much of the material would be used in the ''Literature/StarTrekEnterpriseRelaunch'' novel series.
* WhyFandomCantHaveNiceThings: For several decades the owners of the ''Franchise/StarTrek'' IP (Creator/{{Paramount}} in its various incarnations) practiced a policy of benign neglect towards fan works, even as series like ''WebVideo/StarTrekNewVoyages'' and ''WebVideo/StarTrekContinues'' started to really push the envelope on production values. That all changed in 2016 when it became clear that Alec Peters, the lead producer of the ostensible fan film ''[[WebVideo/PreludeToAxanar Star Trek: Axanar]]'' had used money donated through Website/{{Kickstarter}} for the project to line his own pockets and set up a for-profit studio, and Creator/{{CBS}} and Paramount filed suit for copyright infringement in December 2015. At time of writing the case is still in pretrial motions, but in June 2016 C/P issued [[http://www.startrek.com/fan-films a set of highly stringent new rules]] for fan films that are essentially the death knell of the higher-quality web series.
* WordOfGod: Per Paramount Studios (owners of the franchise) and Gene Roddenberry (creator of the franchise) from the late-80s/early-90s, only live-action ''Star Trek'' TV episodes and films are considered canon. This has been hotly debated by fans, and occasionally ignored by scriptwriters.