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Old March 16 2013, 03:10 AM   #1
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Retro Review: Little Green Men

While taking Nog to Starfleet Academy, Quark’s contraband causes a temporal rift that puts him, his brother and nephew on Earth in the twentieth century at Roswell. Plot Summary: As Nog prepares to leave for Starfleet Academy, Quark’s cousin Gaila gives Quark the ship he owes him. Quark volunteers to take Rom and Nog to [...]

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Old March 26 2013, 03:37 AM   #2
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Re: Retro Review: Little Green Men

15 years later and I’m still on the fence about this episode. I get what they were doing, the whole riff on the 1950’s Sci Fi B-Movies. The crusty general, the scientist, the wide eyed girl. I don’t know, it’s all right.

Nice to know Quarks knowledge of humanity is limited to baseball, darts, rootbeer and atom bombs.
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