History Recap / StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS03E19ThroughTheLookingGlass

9th Apr '16 12:09:43 PM FGHIK
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* ContinuityCameo: [[Series/StarTrekVoyager Tuvok]] makes a brief appearance as a member of the rebellion, and even gets a few lines.
6th Aug '15 9:44:09 AM SteveMB
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* DepravedBisexual: The obvious attraction Intendant Kira showed toward Major Kira in [[Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS02E23Crossover "Crossover"]] starts getting [[{{Flanderization}} exaggerated]] into [[AnythingThatMoves indiscriminate sexual voracity]], a trend that continues through her appearances in later MirrorUniverse episodes.

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* DepravedBisexual: The obvious attraction [[ScrewYourself attraction]] Intendant Kira showed toward Major Kira in [[Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS02E23Crossover "Crossover"]] starts getting [[{{Flanderization}} exaggerated]] into [[AnythingThatMoves indiscriminate sexual voracity]], a trend that continues through her appearances in later MirrorUniverse episodes.
6th Aug '15 9:42:01 AM SteveMB
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* BecomingTheMask: Despite his initial reservations, Sisko seems to enjoy impersonating his far less moral Mirror Universe counterpart. For example, he appears to have no problems having sex with both Mirror Kira and Mirror Dax, despite the fact that his relationship with both is completely Platonic in his universe, and that he's been their friend and colleague for years (or decades, if you count Dax's previous host).



* BecomingTheMask: Despite his initial reservations, Sisko seems to enjoy impersonating his far less moral Mirror Universe counterpart. For example, he appears to have no problems having sex with both Mirror Kira and Mirror Dax, despite the fact that his relationship with both is completely Platonic in his universe, and that he's been their friend and colleague for years (or decades, if you count Dax's previous host).

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* BecomingTheMask: Despite his initial reservations, Sisko seems to enjoy impersonating his far less moral Mirror Universe counterpart. For example, he appears to have no problems having sex with both Mirror DepravedBisexual: The obvious attraction Intendant Kira and Mirror Dax, despite the fact showed toward Major Kira in [[Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS02E23Crossover "Crossover"]] starts getting [[{{Flanderization}} exaggerated]] into [[AnythingThatMoves indiscriminate sexual voracity]], a trend that his relationship with both is completely Platonic continues through her appearances in his universe, and that he's been their friend and colleague for years (or decades, if you count Dax's previous host).later MirrorUniverse episodes.
17th Dec '14 7:52:08 AM Rationalinsanity
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* ImpersonatingTheEvilTwin: The Mirror Sisko isn't exactly "evil", but he's certainly more if a bastard than the regular Sisko is. Jennifer notices the difference and eventually figures out that this Sisko is not her husband.

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* ImpersonatingTheEvilTwin: The Mirror Sisko isn't exactly "evil", but he's certainly more if of a bastard than the regular Sisko is. Jennifer notices the difference and eventually figures out that this Sisko is not her husband.
17th Dec '14 7:51:48 AM Rationalinsanity
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* ImpersonatingTheEvilTwin: The Mirror Sisko isn't exactly "evil", but he's certainly more if a bastard than the regular Sisko is. Jennifer notices the difference and eventually figures out that this Sisko is not his husband.

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* ImpersonatingTheEvilTwin: The Mirror Sisko isn't exactly "evil", but he's certainly more if a bastard than the regular Sisko is. Jennifer notices the difference and eventually figures out that this Sisko is not his her husband.
5th May '14 2:04:38 AM Tuomas
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* ImpersonatingTheEvilTwin: The Mirror Sisko isn't exactly "evil", but he's certainly more if a bastard than the regular Sisko is. Jennifer notices this difference and eventually figures out that this Sisko is not his husband.

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* ImpersonatingTheEvilTwin: The Mirror Sisko isn't exactly "evil", but he's certainly more if a bastard than the regular Sisko is. Jennifer notices this the difference and eventually figures out that this Sisko is not his husband.
5th May '14 2:04:00 AM Tuomas
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* BecomingTheMask: Despite his initial reservations, Sisko seems to enjoy impersonating his far less moral Mirror Universe counterpart. For example, he appears to have no problems having sex with both Mirror Kira and Mirror Dax, despite the fact that his relationship with both is completely Platonic in his universe, and that he's been their friend and colleague for years (or, if you count Dax's previous host, decades).

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* BecomingTheMask: Despite his initial reservations, Sisko seems to enjoy impersonating his far less moral Mirror Universe counterpart. For example, he appears to have no problems having sex with both Mirror Kira and Mirror Dax, despite the fact that his relationship with both is completely Platonic in his universe, and that he's been their friend and colleague for years (or, (or decades, if you count Dax's previous host, decades).host).
5th May '14 2:03:12 AM Tuomas
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* ContrivedCoincidence: There's no in-universe explanation why Mirror Dax and Mirror Bashir just happen to be among Mirros Sisko's crew, they're there just so that Terry Farrell and Alexander Siddig would have something to do in the episode.

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* ContrivedCoincidence: There's no in-universe explanation why Mirror Dax and Mirror Bashir just happen to be among Mirros Sisko's crew, they're they seem to be there just so that Terry Farrell and Alexander Siddig would have something to do in the episode.
5th May '14 2:02:30 AM Tuomas
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* MandatoryLine: The Mirror versions of Odo and Quark were killed in the [[Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS02E23Crossover previous]] Mirror Universe episode, so Armin Shimerman and René Auberjonois aren't seen once the story moves to the [=MU=]. Quark and Odo only appear briefly before the opening credits, discussing a mudane matter that has nothing to do with the rest of the episode.

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* MandatoryLine: The Mirror versions of Odo and Quark were killed in the [[Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS02E23Crossover previous]] Mirror Universe episode, so Armin Shimerman and René Auberjonois aren't seen once the story moves to the [=MU=]. Quark and Odo only appear briefly before the opening credits, discussing a mudane mundane matter that has nothing to do with the rest of the episode.
5th May '14 2:02:02 AM Tuomas
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* MandatoryLine: The Mirror versions of Odo and Quark were killed in the [[Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS02E23Crossover previous]] Mirror Universe episode, so Armin Shimerman and René Auberjonois aren't seen once the story moves to the [=MU=]. Quark and Odo only appear briefly before the opening credits, discussing a mudane matter that has nothing to do with the rest of the episode.
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