The announcer was a Roman of the planet 892-IV. The announcer was the voice of the Empire Television Network. The announcer hosted a television program, Name the Winner, during which he delivered blow-by-blow and color commentary. (TOS: "Bread and Circuses")
Gladiator Heavyweight ChampionEdit
Master of the GamesEdit
Master of the Games was a Roman of the planet 892-IV, the on-screen referee of gladiatorial combats broadcast on the Name the Winner evening sports program.
He dressed in costume suggesting a Roman centurion of the classical era. His only weapon was a whip he applied when necessary. He was assisted by a contingent of similarly costumed, sub-machine gun bearing legionnaires.
In 2268, a special color broadcast featuring the execution of the barbarian James T. Kirk by the Master with a gladius was interrupted and thrown into chaos when Flavius Maximus ran forward to rescue Kirk. When the master was used by Kirk as a Human shield, he was shot multiple times by one of his own men. (TOS: "Bread and Circuses")
The lead policeman was a citizen of the planet 892-IV. He led the group of police officers that captured Kirk, Spock, and McCoy after they beamed to the planet's surface. The away team was searching for survivors of the SS Beagle. (TOS: "Bread and Circuses")
Old slave womanEdit
This old woman was a Roman slave, who belonged to Septimus' group. She was health inspected by Leonard McCoy while the Enterprise landing party resided in the caves with the group. (TOS: "Bread and Circuses")
This unnamed policeman was a citizen of the planet 892-IV. He was a member of the force that captured Kirk, Spock, and McCoy who had been searching for the crew of the SS Beagle. (TOS: "Bread and Circuses")
This unnamed policeman was a member of the police force on the planet 892-IV. He and his fellow officers were searching a group of "sun worshipers". He helped capture them, along with the landing party from the Enterprise, which consisted of Kirk, Spock, and McCoy. (TOS: "Bread and Circuses")
Sound effects manEdit