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Old April 27 2013, 04:30 AM   #1
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Retro Review: Crossfire

When Shakaar, who is now First Minister of Bajor, arrives on the station and begins to court Kira, Odo finds it difficult to concentrate on his job protecting Shakaar. Plot Summary: Soon after Odo and Kira conclude one of their regular meetings about crime on Deep Space Nine, during which they also share their distractions [...]

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Re: Retro Review: Crossfire

I think the review is spot on. I didn't like the switch in Odo's character from "truly alien" in early seasons to "love-sick puppy" in later ones.
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