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Title : The Visitor Rating : 5
First Aired : 9 Oct 1995 Stardate : Unknown
Director : David Livingston Year : 2372
Writers : Michael Taylor Season : 4
Rating : 5.0000 for 2 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Hilomh Rating : 5
Review : I just noticed that when Commander Nog is talking to Jake (Tony Todd) in his house for the first time, he's speaking with much more of an American accent, and less of a Ferengi accent. Very subtle, but very nice character choice. Nog has been in Starfleet for a long time by now, and naturally the "human" influence has effected him. This was a very good piece of acting from Aron Eisenberg!
Reviewer : =/\= Quad Rating : 5
Review : One of the best Star Trek episodes EVER. Period. I cried through most of the episode - unashamedly. My wife thinks I'm crazy but, I'm just in love with the characters, the acting, the plot, the story and the emotion of this episode. My goodness, an old Jake Sisko commits suicide to send his father back to the proper time? Such love! I could see my father doing this for me, or me doing this for my father. In a heartbeat! That's what love is - and that's what this father and son have for each other. This is not just a great episode, this is not just a fantastic episode, this just might be - in all seriousness - one of the best episodes of any Star Trek series ever. I'm not just spreading the butter all over this bread. I'm completely serious and I think a lot of people just might agree with me. Such writing and depth of emotion. I could watch this. All. Day. Long.
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