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* FakeAmerican: Alexander Siddig drops his British accent while playing Torias's personality in Bashir.

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* FakeAmerican: Alexander Siddig Creator/AlexanderSiddig drops his British accent while playing Torias's personality in Bashir.

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* FakeAmerican: Alexander Siddig drops his British accent while playing Torias's personality in Bashir.


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The original concept was for Jadzia to simply embody all the hosts herself as an acting showcase for Terry Farrell. Then the crew realized that this would get old after a while, and they couldn't think of a way to hang any other kind of plot on it to justify the episode's existence, like we get with Curzon and Odo's deal.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The original concept was for Jadzia to simply embody all the hosts herself as an acting showcase for Terry Farrell.Creator/TerryFarrell. Then the crew realized that this would get old after a while, and they couldn't think of a way to hang any other kind of plot on it to justify the episode's existence, like we get with Curzon and Odo's deal.

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* PropRecycling: The PADD that O'Brien holds when going over the stress reaction test with Nog is the one that Bashir had in "Explorers" to write "GO AWAY" to Jadzia.

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* ActingForTwo: The entire main cast gets the chance to play one of Dax's previous hosts.


* DeletedScene: The version of Joran in Sisko's body in the episode is actually the second take - apparently Avery Brooks' first go was speaking in a low, intimidating whisper that ''everyone'' on set felt was too creepy.

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* DeletedScene: The version of Joran in Sisko's body in the episode is actually the second take - apparently Avery Brooks' first go was speaking in a low, intimidating whisper that ''everyone'' on set felt was too creepy.creepy.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The original concept was for Jadzia to simply embody all the hosts herself as an acting showcase for Terry Farrell. Then the crew realized that this would get old after a while, and they couldn't think of a way to hang any other kind of plot on it to justify the episode's existence, like we get with Curzon and Odo's deal.


DeletedScene: The version of Joran in Sisko's body in the episode is actually the second take - apparently Avery Brooks' first go was speaking in a low, intimidating whisper that ''everyone'' on set felt was too creepy.

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* DeletedScene: The version of Joran in Sisko's body in the episode is actually the second take - apparently Avery Brooks' first go was speaking in a low, intimidating whisper that ''everyone'' on set felt was too creepy.

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DeletedScene: The version of Joran in Sisko's body in the episode is actually the second take - apparently Avery Brooks' first go was speaking in a low, intimidating whisper that ''everyone'' on set felt was too creepy.

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