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Old October 22 2013, 11:46 PM   #16
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Re: Retro Review: Trials and Tribble-ations

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The first thing that comes to Sisko’s mind about talking to Kirk is asking him about fighting the Gorn. Really? Kirk fought a lot more interesting people than that. Finnegan was more entertaining than the Gorn. I would’ve told Kirk, “last year you marooned a bunch of people on Ceti Alpha 5, you might want to tell the shaggy headed Russian to stay away from there.”
I think that was just one of the things Sisko would have liked to talk about with Kirk, he just brought up the Gorn fight as an example.
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Old October 23 2013, 12:37 AM   #17
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I would’ve told Kirk, “last year you marooned a bunch of people on Ceti Alpha 5, you might want to tell the shaggy headed Russian to stay away from there.”
In doing so you would have doomed Earth to a cold, wet, miserable death when that Probe arrived and there was no Enterprise crew in a BOP to stop it.
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Old October 23 2013, 11:19 PM   #18
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This is the episode that turned me into a Star Trek fan. I heard about this episode, and, being the time travel junkie that I am, thought "The new crew is going to interact with the new crew? That is so cool!" I think it was the first full-length episode I ever saw. I began watching Deep Space Nine and Voyager from that point. Unfortunately the next episode was the awful "Let He Who is Without Sin". But I pushed through it and now Star Trek triumphs over everything else that I've watched.
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