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Shakaar

Review

Series : Deep Space Nine Rating : 1
Disc No : 3.6 Episode : 69
First Aired : 22 May 1995 Stardate : Unknown
Director : Jonathan West Year : 2371
Writers : Gordon Dawson Season : 3
Guest Cast :
Diane Salinger as Lupaza
Duncan Regehr as Shakaar Edon
Harry Hutchinson as Trooper
John Doman as Holem Lenaris
John Kenton Shull as Security officer
Louise Fletcher as Winn Adami
Sherman Howard as Syvar
William Lucking as Furel
YATI : Does anybody else find it a bit odd that the Bajorans nearly get involved in a civil war, over some bits of farm equipment? I mean, come on! I know they're desperate, but these people run warp driven starships! Surely soil reclamators can't be that important!

And also, why are they actually farming at all? Farming is supposed to be obsolete in the 24th century! The Federation has been helping the Bajorans for three years now, and in the 24th century you would think that the very first item on the list of things to rebuild would be a global system of food replicators.


Plotline

When Kai Winn is appointed as temporary First Minister of Bajor, she orders some soil reclamators relocated. But some of Kiras old Bajoran resistance friends have decided that the machines belong to them, and soon a minor civil war is brewing as the rebels take to the hills again - this time with fellow Bajorans in persuit.
Copyright Graham Kennedy Page views : 7,839 Last updated : 9 Oct 2003