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EPISODE
One
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Series: Voyager
Written by: Jeri Taylor
Directed by: Kenneth Biller
Production information
Episode no.: 4x25
Production no.: 193
First aired: 13 May 1998
Chronology
Date: 51929.3 (2374)

When Voyager encounters the Swallow Nebula, a huge radioactive cloud that would take a year to travel around, the entire crew except for Seven of Nine and The Doctor are put into stasis for the month-long passage through the Nebula.

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  • The Nebula was not named in the episode; the Swallow Nebula was established in Star Trek: Star Charts, named by Geoffrey Mandel in honor of James Swallow, the uncredited writer who had initially pitched the story.

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Previous episode:
Demon
Voyager episode produced Next episode:
Hope and Fear
Previous episode:
Demon
Voyager episode aired Next episode:
Hope and Fear
Previous story:
First Star Trek story
Stories by:
James Swallow
Next story:
Memorial
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
The Devil You Know
Pocket Next Adventure:
Concurrence
Previous Adventure:
Demon
The Voyages of the
USS Voyager
Next Adventure:
Pathways

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Muppet

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From Muppet Wiki

Written by 
Music by  Marvin Hamlisch
Lyrics by  Edward Kleban
Date  1975
Source  A Chorus Line (musical)
Publisher  Sony ATV Harmony

"One" is a song from the 1975 musical A Chorus Line.

The song was performed on Sesame Street by a chorus line of glittery numbers, led by a number 1 (voiced by Ivy Austin).

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eWrestling

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From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

One is the Wrestling Championship Federation's biggest Pay-Per-View event of the year. It usually takes place in January.

One 2007

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Date January 28, 2007
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Revenge WCF One Till Death Do Us Part
One chronology
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WCF One, 2007 took place on January 28, 2007.

  • Grudge Match
  • Gauntlet Match
    • Creeping Death def. Miguel Sanchez
    • Creeping Death def. Thorrska Rojida
    • Creeping Death def. Infra-Red
    • Adam Knite def. Creeping Death to win the gauntlet match. He had assistance from his tag partner, Davey Boone, who would have been the final entrant.
  • Legends Match
    • Outcast def. Rick Mad.
  • WCF Television Championship #1 Contender's Match
    • Conrad Howell def. Lawnmower Jones, David Alastair and Chris Avery to become the #1 Contender to the WCF Television Title. The returning Bobby Cairo interfered to stop Lawnmower Jones from winning.
WCF Pay-Per-Views
One | Till Death Do Us Part | War | Blast! | Payback | Timebomb | Explosion | Aftermath | Ultimate Showdown | School of Pain | XIII | Helloween | Revenge

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Marvel Database

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From Marvel Database

This is the One disambiguation page.

A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes

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Transformers

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From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Yes, you read that right.

The One is an extradimensional entity from before time, in whom Order and Chaos exist in perfect harmony. It created Unicron (boo!), then cut him in half to make Primus (yay!). The Vok claim to be guardians of The One and followers of its will. They also seem to think that either it created the multiverse, or it is the multiverse. Details are fuzzy.

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The Vok were the first known source of information about The One, whom they tended to describe in relation to themselves, or vice-versa. [Note: Capitalization of Vok quotes is at editor's discretion; their lines were printed in all caps.]

We are the Vok. Guardians of The One. Defenders of the ultimate -- of that which must be. [...] For The One is power ultimate, and there are those who would divert its creation to their own ends. These enemies must be detected and destroyed -- wherever and whenever they appear.

The enemy in question at the time seemed to be the resurrected Tarantulas, who in fact had captured the power of two Vok and was preparing to wreak havoc upon prehistoric, post-Beast Wars Earth. The Vok sought to protect "the sleepers," by whom they meant the stasis-locked Autobots and Decepticons aboard the Ark. They believed this to be "the will of The One." Primeval Dawn Part 1

Later, they explained themselves again to their creation, Primal Prime:

We are the Vok, the guardians of The One. We are of the source, the core, forever committed to safeguard the plan. [...] We saw the entirety of the creator's vision. The One... and The All. A unity of worlds, timelines, and dimensions. A multiversal confluence, harmonized and organized. In perfect synchronicity.

That time, they seemed to be referring to The One as not the creator, but the creation. Notably, they never referred to Primus by name (nor Unicron, for that matter), though they did fear "the enemy of all creation," to whom Tarantulas was attempting to deliver the Matrix of Leadership. Primeval Dawn Part 3 As Tarantulas would later be seen inside Unicron during the Universe war, Unicron is likely that enemy. Escape This raises the question of how Primus fit into their cosmology, and in fact whether he was what they meant by the creator-One. Answers remain unclear.

DK Ultimate Guide

The One existed before time itself, witness to the birth of the universe. The One was curious about this new realm and created a new being, Unicron, to explore it. For some reason, The One then split its creation in two, one half still being Unicron while the other became Primus. In keeping with their creator's nature as a perfect balance of Order and Chaos, the twin "exploratory heralds" became the embodiments of those two principles, but separated. Transformers: The Ultimate Guide

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  • The Armada cartoon, which came out between the 3H comics and the Ultimate Guide, provided an interesting parallel in its creation story. Narration in the series premiere declared, "Light years ago, deep in the cosmos, a unique, digital entity came into being. In search of other life forms, it sent explorers out to the furthest reaches of the galaxy. These digital, mechanical beings became known as Transformers." This was expanded upon in the novelization, which said that the Transformers' pre-war goal was to explore the universe, downloading their discoveries into Cybertron so the planet could grow in knowledge. Assuming the "digital entity" was Primus, he seems to be imitating his creator's own method of vicarious exploration.
  • The One's method of creating Primus from the substance of Unicron mirrors Primus's creation of the Transformers, whose sparks are fragments of his own being, as stated in "Abduction". This process was explored in slightly more detail in Simon Furman's apocryphal text story "Alignment".
  • The One's (and Primus's, and the Liege Maximo's in "Alignment", and to a lesser extent budding) method of splitting off portions of its lifeforce all have a strong correspondence with Emanationism, specifically the Gnostic flavor, wherein an all-powerful God known as "The One" responds to the unresolvable conflicts in the world by "emanating" polarized aspects of itself to fight them out until they achieve resolution and then return to enlighten The One with their findings. (William Blake wrote a tiresome cycle of epic poetry about one such conflict.)

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