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Old December 22 2012, 05:00 AM   #1
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Retro Review: Improbable Cause/The Die Is Cast

An attack on Garak’s shop sets off a chain of events that sends Garak back to the Obsidian Order as the Cardassians and Romulans launch an attack on the Founders. Plot Summary: Shortly after lunching with Garak, Bashir witnesses an explosion in the tailor’s shop that leaves Garak injured. O’Brien and Odo conclude that the [...]

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Re: Retro Review: Improbable Cause/The Die Is Cast

So Jennifer Sisko DIDN’T die at Wolf 359? She got thrown back in time mated with a Romulan and her daughter became the Romulan military officer that spoke with Sisko? First Tasha, then Captain Garrett of the Enterprise-C was a Cardassian spy in ‘Defiant,’ and now this?
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