History Trivia / StarTrekDeepSpaceNine

21st Aug '16 12:17:29 PM nombretomado
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* AluminumChristmasTrees: "Far Beyond The Stars" seems to be a full episode about ECComics's ''[[http://asylums.insanejournal.com/scans_daily/54803.html Judgment Day]]'' (printed around the same time this story is set), which killed the magazine when the publishers and editorial disagreed over having the hero be black. Note also the reference to D.C Fontana, a woman who wrote pseudo-anonymously for The Original Series way back in the sixties.

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* AluminumChristmasTrees: "Far Beyond The Stars" seems to be a full episode about ECComics's Creator/ECComics's ''[[http://asylums.insanejournal.com/scans_daily/54803.html Judgment Day]]'' (printed around the same time this story is set), which killed the magazine when the publishers and editorial disagreed over having the hero be black. Note also the reference to D.C Fontana, a woman who wrote pseudo-anonymously for The Original Series way back in the sixties.
13th Aug '16 4:58:14 PM nombretomado
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** A HatePlague causes Garak to go nuts and start killing people in "Empok Nor," much like his serial killer villain in ''DirtyHarry''. Robinson was a little nonplussed about the script, having endured years of people [[IAmNotSpock mistaking him for a total maniac in real life]], but chose to grin and bear it.

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** A HatePlague causes Garak to go nuts and start killing people in "Empok Nor," much like his serial killer villain in ''DirtyHarry''.''Film/DirtyHarry''. Robinson was a little nonplussed about the script, having endured years of people [[IAmNotSpock mistaking him for a total maniac in real life]], but chose to grin and bear it.
9th Aug '16 8:44:13 PM Ripburger
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9th Aug '16 8:44:01 PM Ripburger
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** A female member of the Jack Pack, Lauren, previously played the Benzite redshirt in "The Ship".
** J.G. Hertzler first appeared in "Emissary" as the Vulcan Captain of the ''Saratoga'', which is Sisko's old ship. He also played a Changeling, Laas, in "Chimera". This also meant that he [[ChronicallyKilledActor died twice]]: first in the explosion, and again when the Fake Martok was phasered to death (and perhaps a ''third'' time when Laas contracted the Section 31 virus from linking w/ Odo).
** Terry Farrell's stunt double, Cathy [=DeBuono=], was seen in the background at Quark's in several episodes: as M'Pella, a Dabo girl; a Klingon bidder from "In the Cards"; and a Vulcan ball player in "Take Me Out to the Holosuite". She also played the Breen prisoner who frees Bashir in "By Inferno's Light".

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** Kilana, the Vorta commander in "The Ship", is played by Kaitlin Hopkins. She later played the [[EasyImpersonation Janeway impersonator]] ("Nice hair.") in VOY's "Live Fast and Prosper".
** A female member of the Jack Pack, "Jack Pack", Lauren, previously played the a Benzite redshirt in "The Ship".
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** J.G. Hertzler first appeared in "Emissary" as the Vulcan Captain of the ''Saratoga'', which is Sisko's old ship. He also played a Changeling, Laas, in "Chimera". This also meant that he [[ChronicallyKilledActor died twice]]: first in the explosion, and again when the Fake Martok was phasered to death (and perhaps a ''third'' time when Laas contracted the Section 31 virus from linking w/ Odo).
** Terry Farrell's stunt double, Cathy [=DeBuono=], was is seen in the background at Quark's in several episodes: as M'Pella, a Dabo girl; a Klingon bidder from "In the Cards"; and a Vulcan ball player in "Take Me Out to the Holosuite". She also played the Breen prisoner who frees Bashir everyone in "By Inferno's Light".
9th Jul '16 8:11:52 PM Ripburger
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** One of the more memorable scenes from [=B5=] occurred in "Grey 13 is Missing", when Marcus Cole (a human) challenges Naroon (a Minbari bred for war) to a duel to the death. He is badly beaten, but his opponent spares his life out of respect. In the fifth season episode, "By Inferno's Light", Worf fights an onslaught of Jem'Hadar in hand-to-hand. The sixth and final Jem'hadar finally beats Worf, but refuses the order to execute him, instead applauding his bravery. This is also rated one of [=DS9's=] best scenes.

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** One of the more memorable scenes from [=B5=] occurred in "Grey 13 17 is Missing", when Marcus Cole (a human) challenges Naroon (a Minbari bred for war) to a duel to the death. He is badly beaten, but his opponent spares his life out of respect. In the fifth season episode, "By Inferno's Light", Worf fights an onslaught of Jem'Hadar in hand-to-hand. The sixth and final Jem'hadar finally beats Worf, but refuses the order to execute him, instead applauding his bravery. This is also rated one of [=DS9's=] best scenes.
9th Jul '16 8:11:14 PM Ripburger
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** One of the more memorable scenes from [=B5=] occurred in "Grey 13 is Missing", when Marcus Cole (a human) challenges Naroon (a Minbari bred for war) to a duel to the death. He is badly beaten, but his opponent spares his life out of respect. In the fifth season episode, "By Inferno's Light", Worf fights an onslaught of Jem'Hadar in hand-to-hand. The sixth and final Jem'hadar finally beats Worf, but refuses the order to execute him, instead applauding his bravery. This is also rated one of [=DS9's=] best scenes.
3rd Jul '16 7:59:46 AM LorienTheYounger
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* FakeBrit: Actually averted with Julian Bashir, played by Creator/AlexanderSiddig, an English Arab born in Sudan. This makes one of only two times in the franchise a non-American main cast member was played by an actor of the same nationality (the other being Creator/GeorgeTakei as Hikaru Sulu).

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* FakeBrit: Actually averted with Julian Bashir, played by Creator/AlexanderSiddig, an English Arab born in Sudan. This makes one of only two three times in the franchise a non-American main cast member was played by an actor of the same nationality (the other others being Creator/GeorgeTakei Colm Meaney as Hikaru Sulu).Miles O'Brien, and Dominic Keating as Malcolm Reed).
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}}.
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