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Review

Series :
Deep Space Nine
Rating :
4
Disc No :
Episode :
152
First Aired :
14 Oct 1998
Stardate :
Unknown
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Why does Garak have to make costumes for people to wear in the holosuite programs? I can imagine a tailor being able to stay in business because he can come up with new clothing designs whilst a replicator can only make clothes to pre-existing patterns, but surely you can just replicate a historical costume?

When Garak has his panic attack, we see Ezri call for a medical team. However, she doesn't tell them where to go to find her! Now it's true that they could just ask the computer to locate her, but it seems like a bit of a time waster on her part.


Plotline

When Garaks claustrophobia flares up, Ezri must counsel him while attempting to simultaneously deal with her own fractured personality and the reactions of Jadzia's friends to her.

Analysis

Good character piece.
Copyright Graham Kennedy Page views : 19,413 Last updated : 1 Sep 2004