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The Passenger

Review

Series : Deep Space Nine Rating : 2
Disc No : 1.3 Episode : 8
First Aired : 22 Feb 1993 Stardate : Unknown
Director : Paul Lynch Year : 2369
Writers : Morgan Gendel Season : 1
Guest Cast :
Caitlin Brown as Ty Kajada
Christopher Collins as Durg
James Harper as Rao Vantika
James Lashly as Lieutenant George Primmin
Moral :
Determination : Keep on until you are sure you have your man.
YATI : In this episode Bashir claims that you can't really tell if somebody is dead using a tricorder. Well, I won't list all the times that he has done exactly this since, but suffice to say there a lot of them.

Plotline

When a criminal dies on board her ship, an alien police officer who has pursued him obsessively for years insists that he is still alive.
Copyright Graham Kennedy Page views : 3,112 Last updated : 25 Sep 2005