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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Alan
Race: Human
Home Planet: Earth
Home Era: 21st century
Appearances: DW: The Christmas Invasion
Actor: Marvyn Williams

Alan was a man who lived in London with his wife and children, Catherine and Jonathan. Like his children, Alan had A positive blood, so when the Sycorax used Blood control on A positives on Christmas Day, he too was subjected to their control. The blood control soon shut down, and he regained awareness, along with his children. (DW: The Christmas Invasion)


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Memory-beta

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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Alan was a male Human who was a member and staunch supporter of the Anti-Federation League in the 23rd century. In 2267, Alan and five other members acquired the Marquis-class yacht, SS Harmony, on a mission across the Klingon Neutral Zone to establish diplomatic and peaceful with the Klingon Empire.

Shortly after crossing into Klingon territory, the unnarmed Harmony was attacked by the IKS B'Ardaq, a cargo vessel. The Harmony was soon overwhelmed and Alan and the other Humans were taken prisoner. While being held captive aboard the B'Ardaq, Alan attempted to communicate with the Klingons, but the result that both his arms were broken by a guard.

Eventually, Alan and three others were rescued alive by Lieutenant Michael Fuller and a security team from the USS Enterprise, and Alan's broken arms were treated by the Enterprise's medical staff. Despite the great efforts that Starfleet officers had undergone to rescue him, Alan proceeded to label Fuller and the other security officers as murderers, and was punched in the face by Ensign Parmet for airing his views in sickbay.

Several similar incidents occured during the Enterprise's mission to 7348-II, and Captain James T. Kirk ordered that Alan be confined to his quarters and placed under guard, although Dr. McCoy wanted him placed in the brig. (TOS novel: Demands of Honor)

No surname was given for Alan.

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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

Performer:
Alan sweeping in front of the store

Alan is the genial Japanese-American owner of Hooper's Store on Sesame Street. Alan took over the reins from Mr. Handford in a 1998 episode, and soon became particularly close friends with Baby Bear and Telly Monster. Alan later hired Gabi and Miles as his assistants. Alan's newest assistant is Chris Robinson (the nephew of Gordon and Susan).

In Alan's first appearance on the show, Big Bird holds a Birdketeer meeting in the arbor, and the new owner of Hooper's finds himself as an overworked caterer for the meeting. As the day goes on, Alan is tempted to ask them to take their meeting somewhere else, but the Birdketeers then give Alan a big welcome to the Street. They praise him for his help in providing snacks and other things to eat for the meeting, thus marking the beginning of yet another beautiful relationship with the residents of Sesame Street.

Alan is held in high esteem by residents of Sesame Street, as evidenced by Big Bird's distress when Alan went on vacation in a 2004 episode.

Book appearances


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Fallout

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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Alan can refer to:


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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Alan is an Autobot Micromaster from the Return of Convoy portion of the Generation One continuity family.
Come back here, Alan, you wanker!

Alan is a quiet warrior. He is more logically-minded than his leader D-Go, and he possesses the remarkable ability to control other electrical items, but in the words of his teammate Night, he simpy tends to "fade into the background."

Alan combines with his teammates to form Sixliner.

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The Battlestars story pages

No, really. HE WANTS TO TELL YOU ABOUT THE TRANSFORMERS.
I want to tell you about the Transformers!

This character article is a stub and is missing information on their fictional appearances. You can help Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki by expanding it.

Toys

Return of Convoy

Readin' the wiki, are ya? F**kin' looks like it an' all, mate.
  • Sixliner (Micromaster Sixteam, 1991)
    • Japanese ID number: C-370
Originally released in a giftset with his fellow Micromaster trains, Alan transforms into an orange and gray TGV Atlantique high speed train. His circular rear hitch allows him to connect end-to-end with his teammates D-Go, Night and Leif, and to tow the "Gripper Probe" weapon formed from Sixliner's gun, hands, head and right foot. He forms Sixliner's right arm.
This mold was later redecoed to make Atlan and Tankor.

Micromaster Collection

  • Alan (Micromaster, 2002)
    • Sixliner ID number: 2
    • Accessories: "Mega Techvolt"/Sixliner legs
Alan and his teammates were re-released in Japan in 2002, this time sold in identical individual boxes. Alan was #2 in the set, identifiable only by the number on his instruction sheet visible through a small hole in the box. Like the rest of the Micromaster Collection figures, Alan's stickers were either replaced with tampographs or dropped entirely; the Sixliners all came in the same plastic colors as the originals. Alan came packaged with the "Mega Techvolt" weapon (Sixliner's pelvis and upper legs); his bio referred to the Decepticons quaking in fear of the sight of him wielding it, but he can't actually do that, since it doesn't fit into the hole on his back.

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