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Captive Pursuit

Review

Series : Deep Space Nine Rating : 3
Disc No : 1.2 Episode : 5
First Aired : 31 Jan 1993 Stardate : Unknown
Director : Corey Allen Year : 2369
Writers : Jill Sherman Donner Season : 1
Guest Cast :
Gerrit Graham as The Hunter
Kelly Curtis as Miss Sarda
Scott MacDonald as Tosk
Moral :
Prime Directive : Just because you cannot interfere in the ways of other people doesn't mean you shouldn't lend a hand to the needy.
YATI : At the end of the peisode, O'Brien offers to walk the Hunter and Tosk off the station. Since the Hunter's ship was never actually docked to the station, where exactly is O'Brien taking them?
Great Moment : Sisko telling O'Brien he "forgot" how to catch him while he was on the run with Tosk.
Factoid : Michael Westmore based the look of Tosk on an alligator he saw in Smithsonian magazine. After enduring long hours in the makeup chair for the role, actor Scott Macdonald was promised further work on Trek - unfortunately his other roles include a Romulan, a Jem'Hadar and a Xindi reptilian on Enterpirse - all of which involve some of the heaviest makeup jobs on the show!
Quote : "You know the old saying, a man who is always looking over his shoulder is waiting for trouble to find him." - O'Brien to Sisko re Tosk.

Plotline

An alien from the far side of the wormhole arrives on the station and befriends O'Brien - but soon a group of pursuers is following, determined to kill him.


Copyright Graham Kennedy Page views : 2,408 Last updated : 26 Apr 2004