From invicta, I got:
This is a doujinshi (sort of like a fan-made comic book) art circle in Japan that drew books with Sailor Moon characters. I liked their books because they drew things that could have happened in the Silver Millenium (aka Sailor Moon's past). They placed the Shitennou (the Four Kings, who were depicted in the manga as Prince Endymion's -aka Tuxedo Mask's- protectors; much like how Sailor Moon / Princess Serenity had Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, and Venus as her protectors, these four guys - Jadeite, Nephlite, Zoisite, and Kunzite - were his protectors) with these girls. I'm a romantic (unrequited love/tragedy/etc) and I like het better than slash, so I liked them paired up that way.
This stands for "Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon" which is the live-action form of Sailor Moon. It features Keiko Kitagawa (who most everybody on my flist associates with Jackie now ;)) who played Rei / Sailor Mars. It came out in 2003, but I still like watching it from time to time.
This is another anime; its full name is Magic Knight Rayearth. I think I watched it back in 1996, after I started getting into anime (Sailor Moon was my first anime love). I think it is one of the only other animes that I've watched completely.
This came from a meme where it asked us who our BNF was. I had no idea what BNF stood for, and Ali and Rho told me that it stood for "Big Name Fan" -which I was still confused about (what is a "Big Name Fan"?). When Rho answered the meme, she said Ali was my BNF. The "don't be gross" part is part of her answer to being shipped in my lj.
This is from PGSM (*points to above*) where Nephlite became human and there was a little hint of a possible friendship/relationship between he and Ami (Mercury). When she was possessed by the dark side (for lack of a better term), she helped him. When he turned good, he remembered what she did; she however did not remember what she did when she was possessed. (yes, dramallama)
This is from Star Trek: First Contact (I think), and the doctor is a holographic image program. The real doctor was trying to get her patients and herself away from the Borg, and had to activate the program to use as a decoy. He states, "I'm a doctor... not a doorstop," when she tells him to stop/stall the Borg. It was quite amusing. (Yes, I'm a nerd.)