History Trivia / StarTrekDeepSpaceNine

20th Jun '16 5:49:35 PM themisterfree
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** Joe Sisko had previously been Admiral Cartwright in the 4th and 6th movies; he's also a case of You ''Sound'' Familiar- Creator/HannaBabera used him three times as the BigBad in three different series: ''WesternAnimation/GaltarAndTheGoldenLance'' (Tormack), ''WesternAnimation/ThePiratesOfDarkWater'' (Bloth), and ''SwatKats'' (Dark Kat).

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** Joe Sisko had previously been Admiral Cartwright in the 4th and 6th movies; he's also a case of You ''Sound'' Familiar- Creator/HannaBabera Creator/HannaBarbera used him three times as the BigBad in three different series: ''WesternAnimation/GaltarAndTheGoldenLance'' (Tormack), ''WesternAnimation/ThePiratesOfDarkWater'' (Bloth), and ''SwatKats'' (Dark Kat).
20th Jun '16 5:49:18 PM themisterfree
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** Joe Sisko had previously been Admiral Cartwright in the 4th and 6th movies; he's also a case of You ''Sound'' Familiar- Creator/HannaBabera used him three times as the BigBad in three different series: ''WesternAnimation/GaltarAndTheGoldenLance'' (Tormack), ''WesternAnimation/ThePiratesOfDarkWater'' (Bloth), and ''SwatKats'' (Dark Kat).
14th Jun '16 4:18:52 PM GoblinCipher
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** In the pilot, Bashir makes an unwilling Odo put pressure on a victim's bleeding wound, just as Rene Auberjonois's character Father Mulcahy had to do in {{MASH}}.

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** In the pilot, Bashir makes an unwilling Odo put pressure on a victim's bleeding wound, just as Rene Auberjonois's character Father Mulcahy had to do in {{MASH}}.Film/{{MASH}}.
8th May '16 4:30:57 PM Homiedclown
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** Sinclair and Sisko both had a romantic relationship with a freighter captain--though in Sinclair's case he broke it off after the pilot episode. Sheridan also had a wife whose was (supposedly) killed in an alien attack before the series begins.

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** Sinclair and Sisko both had a romantic relationship with a freighter captain--though in Sinclair's case he broke it off after the pilot episode. Sheridan also had a wife whose who was (supposedly) killed in an alien attack before the series begins.



** Funny: Morn never speaks but is alluded to be loquacious. The Pak'ma'ra never speak but are eluded to be hauntingly beautiful singers.

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** Funny: Morn never speaks but is alluded to be loquacious. The Pak'ma'ra never speak (apart from a voice modulator) but are eluded to be hauntingly beautiful singers.
6th May '16 9:32:30 PM Homiedclown
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** The dirty-tricks squad Bureau 13 / the dirty-tricks squad Section 31.
23rd Apr '16 6:14:11 PM DrRomoray
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** Both had a female commander who began the show as a staid, by the book officer. Over time, Dax and Ivanova became more rough and comedic.

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** Both had a female commander who began the show as a staid, by the book officer. Over time, Dax and Ivanova became more rough and comedic. Another eerie parallel: both actresses left their respective shows in the final season due to contract disputes.
19th Apr '16 6:08:05 PM WJTaylor4
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Carl Weathers (Apollo Creed from the ''Rocky'' films, Dillon in ''Predator'') was considered for the role of Ben Sisko. Eriq La Salle, Tony Todd and even the voice of Darth Vader himself JamesEarlJones were offered the role of Sisko as well but either declined or were passed over in favor of Avery Brooks.
9th Apr '16 7:02:29 AM DrRomoray
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** Sinclair and Sisko both had a romantic relationship with a freighter captain, though in Sinclair's case he broke it off after the pilot episode.

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** Sinclair and Sisko both had a romantic relationship with a freighter captain, though captain--though in Sinclair's case he broke it off after the pilot episode. episode. Sheridan also had a wife whose was (supposedly) killed in an alien attack before the series begins.
9th Apr '16 6:59:53 AM DrRomoray
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** Sisko is a ''gormand''; he spends months growing special herbs and vegetables in the Hydroponics Bay for his creole cuisine. Security Chief Michael Garibaldi is nuts for Italian food and often cuts secret deals with Babylon 5 dockworkers to bring expensive dishes onto the station.

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** Sisko Homeguard is a ''gormand''; he spends months growing special herbs and vegetables in the Hydroponics Bay for his creole cuisine. Security Chief Michael Garibaldi is nuts for Italian food and often cuts secret deals xenophobic Human group that opposes any involvement with Babylon 5 dockworkers to bring expensive dishes onto alien races. The Circle is a paramilitary xenophobic Bajoran group that opposes any involvement with alien races. Both leave a {{calling card}} on the station.foreheads of their victims (a Minbari poet and Quark, respectively).



** When war flared up, both crews switched out their uniforms for something darker and more utilitarian. The [=B5=] crew went off the reservation and lost Earthforce's sanction, hence the new uniforms. [=DS9=] changed its look to conform with the TNG movies. Both Captains later grew beards, as well.

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** When war flared up, both crews switched out their uniforms for something darker and more utilitarian. The [=B5=] crew went off the reservation and lost Earthforce's sanction, hence the new uniforms. [=DS9=] changed its look to conform with the TNG movies. Both Captains later grew beards, as well.well.
** Sisko is a ''gormand''; he spends months growing special herbs and vegetables in the Hydroponics Bay for his creole cuisine. Security Chief Michael Garibaldi is nuts for Italian food and often cuts secret deals with Babylon 5 dockworkers to bring expensive dishes onto the station.
** Sinclair and Sisko both had a romantic relationship with a freighter captain, though in Sinclair's case he broke it off after the pilot episode.


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* {{Jossed}}: Jeffrey Combs' first episode ("To the Death") has a subtle touch, pun not intended, when Weyoun supposedly transmits the infection to Odo that will force him to return to the Great Link: He grabs Odo’s arm at one point. Although Burton frames the shot so it’s hard to see, and Ronald D. Moore has since suggested that this was just a “rumour.”
31st Mar '16 5:12:32 PM Homiedclown
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** The nephews of Londo/Quark are imprisoned for [[{{Blackmail}} political reasons]], and then freed in short order.

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** The nephews of Londo/Quark are imprisoned for [[{{Blackmail}} political reasons]], reasons]] in the Pilot, and then freed in short order.


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** Both had a female commander who began the show as a staid, by the book officer. Over time, Dax and Ivanova became more rough and comedic.
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