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Series : Deep Space Nine Rating : 1
Disc No : 3.7 Episode : 70
First Aired : 12 Jun 1995 Stardate : 48959.1
Director : Cliff Bole Year : 2371
Writers : Rene Echevarria Season : 3
Guest Cast :
Aron Eisenberg as Nog
Chase Masterson as Leeta
Jefrey Alan Chandler as Guardian
Max Grodenchik as Rom
YATI : Is it me, or is Joran way too violent? I mean, the guy lived to be in his twenties. He was joined for six months. This shows that he must have at least some self control! Yet every time we meet him, he is constantly depicted as having an uncontrollable desire to kill everybody he can get his hands on.

This episode establishes perhaps more definitively than any other that O'Brien is not an officer. He even states that he will have to call Nog "sir" after he graduates. Excellent, just right! So why is O'Brien in charge of operations on the station? That's a job for an officer, not an enlisted man!


Plotline

Dax undergoes the zhian'tara rite, in which past hosts temporarily take over the bodies of her friends so that she can get to know them better as individuals. But when Curzon takes over Odo, he decides that he likes being alive again and intends to stay for good.
Copyright Graham Kennedy Page views : 16,947 Last updated : 9 Oct 2003