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Old August 3 2013, 12:30 AM   #1
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Retro Review: Broken Link

Odo is afflicted with a disease by the Founders in order to force him to face judgment for having killed a changeling. Plot Summary: While quarreling with Garak over the tailor’s efforts to play matchmaker for him, Odo collapses and is found to be losing his ability to maintain humanoid form. When he tries to [...]

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Old August 7 2013, 04:12 PM   #2
Re: Retro Review: Broken Link

A good ep, I thought.

Even still, Garak got off very lightly with only six months in the holding cell. lol.. that's just a basic assault, it's attempted genocide. He's lucky he didn't get a decades long sentence, since as he lives in Federation jurisdiction, they can do what they want with him. The Cardassians had essentially disowned him, since they had no input nor essentially cared.
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