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Deep Space Nine Companion (Star Trek Deep Space

Deep Space Nine Companion (Star Trek Deep Space

Deep Space Nine Companion (Star Trek Deep Space Nine) by Paula M. Block, Terry J. Erdmann

Deep Space Nine Companion (Star Trek Deep Space Nine)



Deep Space Nine Companion (Star Trek Deep Space Nine) book




Deep Space Nine Companion (Star Trek Deep Space Nine) Paula M. Block, Terry J. Erdmann ebook
Page: 736
Publisher: Star Trek
Format: pdf
ISBN: 0671501068, 9780671501068


Erdmann has a behind-the-scenes look at this episode, with some interesting quotes from the writing staff. And so the final moments in which she is returned to her DS9 companions feel utterly contrived – sabotaging the emotions generated from her “goodbyes” to Sisko, Bashir and O'Brien. In the third part of Star Trek Month, it's time for a trip to the Federation's darkest corner – the hub of politics and intrigue that is Deep Space Nine. To start let's look at the main character Benjamin At first he was written to be a comedic foil and companion to Jake, but over time, the diminutive Ferengi expressed a desire to better his lot in life and joined Starfleet, becoming the first Ferengi to do so. Deep Space Nine is almost the anti-Star Trek. The excellent (and extremely comprehensive) book Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion by Terry J. Continuing our look at one of the best Star Trek shows Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (DS9), there are more reasons why the show stood out from the other Trek spinoffs. The result is an episode which stumbles in terms of story, character, pacing and plot. Were there ever two plotlines more misplaced than those of “Meridian”? You visit the lounge to pick your favorite companion for your peccadilloes, then on to the bar to buy your favorite drugs and drink. Even worse, neither plot is effective or worthy on its own merit. Then adjourn to the room and pleasure time.

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