Deep Space Nine, Season 7 "The Changing Face of Evil" Airdate: April 28, 1999 168 of 173 produced 168 of 173 aired IntroductionThings come to a head all over the Alpha Quadrant, as the Breen attack
Earth, the Federation launches a counterattack, Dukat is revealed to Kai
Winn, and Damar begins his rebellion against the Dominion. Exciting!
Welcome to the first of many posts detailing recommendations for when and if Star Trek episodes are appropriate for kids. I have 5 year-old and 2 year-old sons, and I am very keen on introducing them to Star Trek. I also want to do it before other lesser forms of popular entertainment make inroads that are too deep. With that said, I don't think a sequential watch-through is called for at this point. For one thing, it's too much screen time. But for another, which episodes are appropriate? Which ones are entertaining enough to hold the attention of a youngster?
So I'm going to rate these episodes on a few axes and then spit-ball an age that I think is appropriate for each. The axes will be: Violence and Scariness, Sexual Content, Big Ideas, and Entertainment Value.
Deep Space Nine, Season 7 "Strange Bedfellows" Airdate: April 21, 1999 167 of 173 produced 167 of 173 aired Introduction Damar is pushed to his breaking point by the manipulations of Weyoun. Kai Winn discovers just how far her lust for power will push her to go. Also, some stuff happens to Worf, Dax, Sisko, and Kasidy.
Mirror, mirror on the wall... who's the most reminiscent of congressional Republicans circa 2017 of them all?