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Sacrifice of Angels

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Title : Sacrifice of Angels Rating : 5
First Aired : 3 Nov 1997 Stardate : Unknown
Director : Allan Kroeker Year : 2374
Writers : Hans Beimler, Ira Steven Behr Season : 6
Rating : 5.0000 for 3 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Indefatigable Rating : 5
Review : Here we are, an absolutely top notch action episode from stem to stern. We saw plenty of the battle, from the Jutland-style stand-off bombardment to the absolute furball at the end. I loved the moment when the Klingons came out of the sun (that's how it looked) and headed straight for the thickest of the fighting. That's Klingons for you! On DS9, we had Dukat at his evil best, explaining to Weyoun how to enjoy a victory, to leave your enemies alive so that you can gloat. Quark came through at the end, and Odo finally came to his senses. Still, it was not quite in time to prevent the spectacular fireworks show. The events in the wormhole were a genuine deus ex machina, but not a cheat. The Prophets are bound to have some interest in Bajor, so it makes sense that they would do something in the end. After all, it's their wormhole. Finally, here we all are, back where we belong.
Reviewer : James Koon Rating : 5
Review : The one thing I've always loved about DS9 is the fact that they developed all the characters so well, even the chief antagonist (Dukat). ***SPOILER ALERT*** When Ziyal is killed by Dumar, Marc Alaimo's portrayal of Dukat's utter despair is nearly tear jerking. The rest of the episode is epic, and sets up the rest of Season 6's themes of War and the reprocussions of it. By and by, a staple of DS9, and perhaps one of my favorite episodes across all of the series.
Reviewer : Michael Anthony Estes Rating : 5
Review : I have to honestly say, as a life long fan of Star Trek and Star Wars (LITERALLY), I was at first against the idea of having Star Trek shoot people in space. We WERE watching a show of exploration after all right? Still, FOR ONCE OR TWICE, it seems that I was in the wrong on that one. Sacrifice of Angels actually was pretty darn good. I ESPECIALLY agree with the first or second one above: I LOVE how the Defiant was close to destruction and the Federation fleet was LITERALLY close to being smashed .... and then BOOM! The Klingons literally come in, killing and destroying everything in sight, save FOR the Federation fleet. I most especially love when they come straight out of the sun, guns blazing (LITERALLY), to help their UFP allies in a time of war. Finally, I love how the crew walked back on the station....in style and applause. Dukat in my opinion, FINALLY got EXACTLY what he deserved, save for losing his daughter. I'm not a father myself, but even I know that NO ONE AND I MEAN NO ONE, should have to suffer for that. In the words of Captain Sisko in a future episode, "whatever his crimes, isn't that enough punishment for one man?" Still, all in all, a pretty darn good episode! 5 out of 5! ^_^
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