Mobile Site Shops eMail Author Caption Comp Monthly Poll Sudden Death Colour Key Statistics Cookie Usage
Ships Fleets Weaponry Species People Timelines Calculators Photo Galleries
Stations Design Lineage Size Charts Battles Science / Tech Temporal Styling Maps / Politics
Articles Reviews Lists Recreation Search Site Guide What's New Forum

Warp Factor
to Time Taken
Star-Star @
Warp To Time
Time @ Warp
to Distance
Distance and
Time to Warp

TimelinePreviousNextYour View

Wrongs Darker than Death or Night

Guest Reviews

Title : Wrongs Darker than Death or Night Rating : 2
First Aired : 1 Apr 1998 Stardate : Unknown
Director : Jonathan West Year : 2374
Writers : Hans Beimler, Ira Steven Behr Season : 6
Rating : 3.5000 for 2 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Indefatigable Rating : 3
Review : Well-written episode, but perhaps the writers find it more interesting than the viewers. The thing I like is that they did not try to give us any particular moral position, but left it open for people to decide. We do know that Kira should not have tried to kill her mother, but what about killing Dukat? Would she have returned to a very different future if she had not saved his life? Speaking of Dukat, Marc Alamo makes him as odious as ever, although this is not quite his best performance. I'm not sure what to make of Kira Meru or what she found herself having to do. Lesley Hope certainly looks sufficiently like Nana Visitor, and she played the part fairly well. Overall, it's a half-decent episode.
Reviewer : =NoPoet= Rating : 4
Review : Another apparently under-rated episode of Trek. While it might be a bit late in the show's run to still be having flashbacks to the Occupation (similar to Voyager still having a Maquis episode in season 7), Occupation episodes always seem to be done well, getting across the dark, inescapable fear of the Cardassians and their unthinking brutality. One aspect of DS9 that's always been played well is the Cardassians' disdain for the Bajorans. This has always been consistent and always leads to new drama; they just don't think they did anything wrong by conquering Bajor and don't know why the Federation (and more importantly, the Bajorans) don't see it this way. This episode explores the concept of comfort women and provides some evidence that Dukat actually DID care for the Bajorans - albeit in a twisted, disgusting way that eventually turned into consuming hatred.
Add your own review

Copyright Graham Kennedy Page views : 3,930 Last updated : 1 Jan 1970