Discussion in 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine' started by Amaris, Sep 21, 2019.
I am heartbroken. He was one cast member who really loved his fans.
I'm gonna have a root beer in his honor. Rest in peace.
This is terrible and sad news. I have been wanting to see captain Nog in action for along time. I hope both Picard and Discovery both pay tribute. Jason
That's so sad. I saw him at a convention a few years ago and he was lovely.
Sad news. I might watch DS9 tonight. Never got to meet him when he came to Australia.
Damn. That sucks.
terrible news, a lovely man. I listened to his podcast only last week, and met him last year at DST. Somebody who had such an honest relationship with his history on Trek, never made it more, or indeed less, than it was.
Rest in peace.
Rest in peace Aron. Thank you for your work on DS9.
I'll have a root beer in your honour this evening.
He was chatting with us in a Discord server not long ago for his podcast. It's surreal when someone is gone that fast. Just reminds us to enjoy every day.
Very sad news. Rest In Peace, Mister Eisenberg.
Terrible news. Rest in peace.
RIP good sir. Your fans will never forget you nor how your art touched our lives.
“I’ll be seeing you...”
So sad. I always loved Nog. I just read a DS9 novel where he saved Vic Fontaine.
I wish he had those kidney pills McCoy used with the old lady in the Voyage Home....
I'm so sad about this. I've been watching his show on YouTube with Cirroc lately and he was such a great guy. RIP Aron. We'll never forget you or Nog
This absolutely sucks. DS9 is getting loaded up tonight. I need to celebrate how great this man was at his craft.
Oh man, that was all so fast. RIP Aron.
I‘m so sorry to learn of this. I had the pleasure of experiencing Aron Eisenberg live at a convention last year and found him to be an incredibly funny and kind guy. He has gone waaaay too soon. May he rest in peace.
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