I am a bit troubled by the logic applied in this episode. O'Brien, because of a glitch in the time portal, pulls his daughter from the past, ten years too late. So she's in fact a young adult with the mind of a little child. She's obviously suffered from solitude for a decade, she's stunted and condemned to live the life of a misfit, who'll be regarded as bizarre by the rest of society. YET, O'Brien along with Keiko, decide NOT to attempt to get a her at an earlier stage, because it would "erase" ten years of her life!! Are you kidding me? O'Brien especially should have been more sensitive! He had twenty years of incarceration put in his mind and that nearly drove him to suicide! How can't he see that this is a similar situation. It's takes another technical glitch to put things back the way they should have been and I find it troubling. That O'Brien never realized that that is what he should have tried from the start, IE give Molly her childhood back.