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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine — Warchild

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{4.5/5} “‘You are asking for a miracle, Vedek Torin,’ Sisko said. ‘The Federation will help as much as possible, but we can’t promise miracles.’ The Vedek inclined his head. ‘When you first came to Bajor, you promised us peace. Is this not the greatest miracle of all?’” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine — Warchild by […]

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine — Bloodletter

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{4/5} “What Sisko didn’t tell him — and he wasn’t about to, either — was that he’d been prepared to grant the doctor’s request from the beginning. But now, Bashir had learned to fight for what he believed in; now, he was that much closer to being an officer as well as a doctor.” Star […]

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (season 2)

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{5/5} “‘You can fix computers?’ ‘I dabble with isolinear data subprocessors, it’s a hobby of mine.’” — Bashir & Garak Star Trek: Deep Space Nine season 2, aired in 1993-94 When Kira rescues the famous Li Nalas from a Cardassian prison camp the Bajoran government appoints him as their liaison to DS9 — and recalls […]

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds (season 1)

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{5/5} “Maybe that’s why I’m here, to remind you of the power of… possibility.” Star Trek: Strange New Worlds season 1, aired in 2022 Captain Pike is recovering at his home in Montana while the Enterprise is in space dock. Admiral April recalls him early because Una, otherwise known as Number One, has gone missing […]

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine — The Siege

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{4.5/5} “Ever since we discovered that wormhole, it’s been both a blessing and a curse. Without it — frankly, and nothing personal intended — things would be pretty… boring around here. On the other hand, it’s the equivalent of staring down the barrel of a gun. Any time at all, something very large and very […]

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (season 1)

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of TV shows

{4/5} “Yes, yes, yes. Now, where are the games?” Star Trek: Deep Space Nine season 1, aired in 1993 Commander Benjamin Sisko is ordered to take over Deep Space Nine after the Cardassians leave. Major Kira, his liaison to the Bajorans, is skeptical that the Federation will be any better than the Cardassians. Sisko convinces […]

Star Trek: Picard (season 2)

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{4.5/5} “The universe is essentially a grand tapestry. It is flawless. It is fragile. It is exquisite. Yet it is somehow always a thread’s pull away from total annihilation.” Star Trek: Picard season 2, aired in 2022 Picard is taking some time to work on the grapes, and he gives a speech to Starfleet’s newest […]

Star Trek: Picard — The Dark Veil

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{4.5/5} “For some time, Romulan ships have been coming across anonymous caches of survival resources and material, left near border worlds where the refugees have been relocated. Medicines, replicators, and the like. Deposited there by some unknown benefactors, who have diligently scrubbed out any evidence of their origin. Almost as if a handful of Starfleet […]

Star Trek: Discovery — Wonderlands

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{4.5/5} “The enormity of this hit her at last when she transported onto the bridge of what was plainly an old science vessel. Even this far into her own future, something of the basic design remained familiar. The curve of the bridge, the various stations, the captain’s chair. Every console was dark, every system was […]

Star Trek: Discovery (season 4)

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{5/5} “We are both justified in our anger. Allowing it to be our focus, however, only prevents us from achieving those things which serve the greater good. It is a struggle, yes, but a worthy one.”  — Saru Star Trek: Discovery season 4, aired in 2021-22 Discovery is bringing dilithium to planets that haven’t had […]