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The Wire

Review

Series : Deep Space Nine Rating : 3
Disc No : 2.6 Episode : 41
First Aired : 8 May 1994 Stardate : Unknown
Director : Kim Friedman Year : 2370
Writers : Robert Hewitt Wolfe Season : 2
Guest Cast :
Andrew J. Robinson as Elim Garak
Ann Gillespie as Nurse Jabara
Jimmie F. Skaggs as Glinn Boheeka
Paul Dooley as Enabran Tain
Moral :
Dependancy : Ultimately, the strength to deal with your problems must come from yourself.
Factoid : In this episode we finally learn a little more about Garak - though it's still hard to be certain whether most of it is true, we do at least learn that his first name is Elim!
Quote : "That man has a rare gift for obfuscation." - Tain to Bashir; regarding Garak

Plotline

Garak suffers massive withdrawal symptoms when a Cardassian implant he has been using to ease his time on DS9 breaks down.


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