This image shows all of the shops along the promenade on DS9.
What are all the in-jokes and references?
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Possible reference to Rick Berman, executive producer of TNG and co-creator of DS9.
Possibly a reference to the bowling alley that was supposedly found at the rear of the original Enterprise .
From Dr. Selwyn Cavor the inventor of the antigravity mineral Cavorite from the H. G. Wells book The First Men in the Moon.
Reference to Deep Space Nine special effects artist Dan Curry.
Reference to the concealed front entrance used by the men from U.N.C.L.E.
Diet Smith was an inventor (think Q from James Bond) who helped Dick Tracy.
Red Dwarf reference. Diva Droid International was the company that built Kryten
Reference to the movie Colossus: The Forbin Project (based on the book Colossus, by D.F. Jones).
Reference to Deep Space Nine scenic artist Anthony Fredrickson.
Reference to lamp operator Phillip Jacobson, primarily responsible for set lighting, hence photons.
Red Dwarf Reference. JMC was the company that built and ran the titular Red Dwarf
This is the "Restaurant At The End Of The Universe" from the book of the same name, part of the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy series by Douglas Adams.
According to Memory Alpha, a reference to the name of the set designer from DS9, Laura Richarz.
reference to director of photography Marvin V. Rush.
Reference to Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. These are the mindless jerks that built Marvin the Paranoid Android.
This is the corporation that George Jetson works for in The Jetsons.
Tom Servo is a robot puppet from the show Mystery Science Theatre 3000
Probably a reference to Buckaroo Banzai; Yoyodyne was the front organization for the aliens. Yoyodyne was first introduced in novels by Thomas Pynchon.
reference to Deep Space Nine production designer Herman Zimmerman.