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Old September 21 2012, 09:30 PM   #1
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Retro Review: The Abandoned

When a genetically engineered young boy is brought aboard the station, Odo tries to help him overcome his biological instinct to kill. Plot Summary: While Jake watches his girlfriend Mardah work the Dabo tables, Quark is persuaded to purchase the wreckage of a ship from the Gamma Quadrant. When Quark goes to inspect his new [...]

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This was kind of a sad story, but I think it's a good one. It showed that sometimes there are no easy answers.
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