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Babel

Review

Series : Deep Space Nine Rating : 3
Disc No : 1.2 Episode : 4
First Aired : 24 Jan 1993 Stardate : 46421.5
Director : Paul Lynch Year : 2369
Writers : Ira Steven Behr, Sally Caves Season : 1
Guest Cast :
Ann Gillespie as Nurse Jabara
Bo Zenga as Asoth
Dan Curry as Dekon Elig
Frank Novak as Businessman
Geraldine Farrell as Galis Blin
Jack Kehler as Captain Jaheel
Kathleen Wirt as Aphasia victim
Lee Brooks as Aphasia victim
Matthew Faison as Surmak Ren
Richard Ryder as Bajoran deputy
Todd Feder as Federation male
Moral :
Seriousness : Just because it seems funny at first doesn't mean it's not serious.
YATI : Odo says the Bajorans had to smuggle the aphasic device into the station while it was under construction, before he became security chief. But the station was built 18 years ago, and Odo only became Security Chief 9 years ago. So they had ages to plant the device before he came along.

Plotline

An old Bajoran booby trap infects the residents of Deep Space Nine with a virus that causes aphasia - and, ultimately, death.


Copyright Graham Kennedy Page views : 3,460 Last updated : 9 Oct 2003