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Half-Blood Time Lord
Sat, Feb 26, 2011, 9:31pm (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S6: Tears of the Prophets

Marco P, the thing Ezri is missing that Jadzia had - confidence, grace, attitude and she was womanly.
I like Ezri, but she's cute, ditzy, unsure of herself which is the exact opposite of Jadzia.

I do wonder why Jadzia was left in charge of the station and Kira was taken on the Defiant. I mean I know it was to kill Jadzia off, but wouldn't the Bajoran Station have been left in the capable hands of its second in command who isn't a Starfleet officer?
It just seems odd to me, even though it does lead to a tremendous death scene - I even loved Dukat almost apologising to Jadzia afterwards.
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Half-Blood Time Lord
Wed, Feb 2, 2011, 10:38am (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S6: Who Mourns for Morn?

Funny that in "Little Green Men" gold isn't worthless, but here it is.
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Half-Blood Time Lord
Wed, Jan 12, 2011, 9:14pm (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S4: Bar Association

The scene with Worf and Odo, regarding the break in to Worfs quarters, and his subsequent statement that "things like this never happened on the Enterprise", to which a smiling Odo lists things like this that happened on the Enterprise, is brilliant!
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Half-Blood Time Lord
Wed, Dec 29, 2010, 9:09pm (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S3: Facets

As for the issue people seem to have regarding a Symbiont taking everything over to the next host - I think "Dax" makes a very strong episode reference here as its clear that Sisko points out that Curzon/Curzon Dax/Jadzia Dax/Jadzia are all different beings, so its very plausible that the symbiont can only take memories/thoughts/feelings that either the host wishes them to take or that are specific to blended being, ie if Curzon, not Curzon Dax, had feelings for Jadzia then Curzon would retain them and they would be stored in a pocket of the Dax's subconscious that other hosts could not access.
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Half-Blood Time Lord
Wed, Dec 29, 2010, 9:02pm (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S3: Facets

@ JD
I think you've misunderstood the point being made.
Odo hasn't created internal organs for himself because, for whatever reason(I like to assume its because when he first took humanoid form, it was purely external), but the Founders, when they mimic humanoids, they do go all out on detail.
Lets also not forget that Odo isn't as adept at shapeshifting as the Founders, and only after coming back from finding his people did he decide to spend his free time taking on other shapes.

As for the internal structure, well, he's a shapeshifting alien, he doesn't need the internal physiology to do anything.
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Half-Blood Time Lord
Wed, Dec 29, 2010, 8:20pm (UTC -6)
Re: DS9 S3: Shakaar

RE: Shakaar and Kira *also* risking civil war over some farm equipment.

No, actually, they aren't. They are clearly risking civil war because the current govt is reneging on deals with its own people to satisfy a desire to open commerce with other worlds.
On the face of it, the idea that Bajor could start being a land of commerce is fine, but as Shakaar and the other people showed, that is a few steps away from where the people are. Winn is trying to run before she can walk, she isn't interested in what is best for Bajor, she is concerned with what is best for her place in history.
Lest we forget, this is the same woman whose first episode had her part of a plot to kill Vedek Bariel, her next couple of episodes aligned her with "The Circle", a terrorist group, so she would almost be guaranteed the position of Kai, and then just before this episode, she clearly wanted Bariel to continue the negotiations at the cost of his own life so if they failed, she had a scapegoat, while if they succeeded, she could reap the benefits and kudos.
The only episode she even closely seems to be in the right about is regarding Bariels activities during the Occupation as the evidence does seem to suggest he was a collaborator.
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