Thursday, July 31, 2014

Deep Space Nine, Season 5: Rapture

Deep Space Nine, Season 5
Airdate: December 30, 1996
106 of 173 produced
106 of 173 aired


An ancient painting and a freak electrical accident give Captain Sisko a series of mystical visions that lay bare not only the past but the future of Bajor. Now Sisko must decide whether to pursue the visions to their potentially fatal conclusion, or to opt for a surgery that would end them, but save his life.
This... MEANS something.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Deep Space Nine, Season 5: The Ascent

Deep Space Nine, Season 5
"The Ascent"
Airdate: November 25, 1996
105 of 173 produced
105 of 173 aired


Odo and Quark become marooned an a frigid, barren world and must work together to survive long enough to be rescued. It's entirely possible that they'll kill each other before exposure or starvation even becomes an issue. Meanwhile, Jake and Nog adjust to their new status as roommates.

What did the Ferengi say when the Human asked him for a strip of Latinum?
Sorry, I'm a little short.

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Deep Space Nine, Season 5: Things Past

Deep Space Nine, Season 5
"Things Past"
Airdate: November 18, 1996
104 of 173 produced
104 of 173 aired


When their runabout is caught in a plasma storm, Odo, Dax, Sisko and Garak find themselves together in a strange environment - the DS9 of nearly a decade prior, known by the Cardassians as Terok Nor. Strangely, they are all viewed by the residents there as Bajorans - Bajorans accused of a capital crime.

One hundred bottles of raktajino on the wall...

Friday, July 4, 2014

Deep Space Nine, Season 5: Let He Who Is Without Sin...
Deep Space Nine, Season 5
"Let He Who Is Without Sin"
Airdate: November 11, 1996
103 of 173 produced
103 of 173 aired


Worf and Dax go on vacation. Also, Worf is apparently an enormous, possessive jerk. Also, sadly, unlike television, uptight fundamentalists make it into the 24th century. There. Intro finished. Ugh.
When this is as wild and crazy as your pleasure planet gets, you've got some conceptual problems with your episode.