Robert Picardo: My performing the song parodies began as an impulse on my part to entertain the fans at conventions. I thought that if I made it fun for me, it would be fun for them. I think a lot of actors burn out on the Q and A aspect of Star Trek stage appearances. They can just become quite by rote. My initial notion was, if I worked at something that amused me and felt sort of creative and like I was having a fun time, the fans would respond to it. So, my first song parody which was, "What's My Name?" grew out of the fact that I played a character on national television that had no name and that they've made an actual story-point out of him trying to decide on a name. It seemed amusing to me that a computer program could be indecisive.