Season 6, episodes 3 and 4: The return of Alexander; the Resistance Book Club loses a member.
Season 6, episodes 1 and 2: It's a new year and a new DS9 season. Things are looking bleak for the Federation, but at least Jake has a full-time job.
Season 5, episodes 25 and 26: Jake and Nog learn the secret to immortality just before war finally breaks out with the Dominion.
Season 5, episodes 23 and 24: Dear listeners, after a few weeks locked inside a couple stasis chambers, we have returned to wreak havoc like drug-crazed Cardassian soldiers. But first, Michael Eddington reveals a terrifying fact: he's Canadian.
Season 5, episodes 21 and 22: Worf and Martok join the Bad News Klingons; Odo gets more defined and it only costs 8,000 lives.
Season 5, episodes 19 and 20: Kira says goodbye to her second father; Some people want to fill the world with Ferengi love songs.
Season 5, episodes 17 and 18: Odo gets pulled into a cyberpunk thriller; Quark finally crosses the line (again).
Season 5, episodes 15 and 16: Garak, Worf and Bashir break out of prison; Bashir's talent for space darts explained; and, we finally discuss Discovery.
Season 5, episodes 13 and 14: Sisko and Eddington start a book club; If Bashir went missing, would anybody notice?
Season 5, episodes 11 and 12: Kira goes full Clarice Starling while pregnant; Odo and Kira bring new life into the world.
It's a bonus fashion episode and we've got a special guest: Matthew's husband Kevin! He is NOT a fan of Star Trek.
Season 5, episodes 9 and 10: Two odd couples learn that it takes two to make a thing go right, it takes two to make it outta sight; Sisko goes full Emissary.
Season 5, episodes 7 and 8: Worf destroys Risa's weather, just like a woodchipper wrecks the end of our podcast; Odo hasn't been telling the truth.
Season 5, episodes 5 and 6: Keiko visits the Fire Caves and all she gets is a Pah-wraith; Tribbles just want to have fun.
Season 5, episodes 3 and 4: Worf and Quark are after the same woman; Jake grows up fast.
Season 5, episodes 1 and 2: Sisko serves Klingon realness in a mission to expose a Changeling; O'Brien loses the friend we never knew he had.
Season 4, episodes 25 and 26: Quark looks for a loophole in a deadly contract; Odo gets a solid understanding of what it means to be an outcast.
Season 4, episodes 23 and 24: Rebel Jem'Hadar find an ancient gateway to Toronto's City Hall; Bashir finds a cure for his arrogance.
Season 4, episodes 21 and 22: Jake's moping gets interrupted by a creativity vampire; Eddington finally reveals why he's still in the show.
Season 4, episodes 19 and 20: Miles O'Brien really needs to think about retirement after suffering through unspeakable horrors yet again, and then we argue over wigs in the Mirror Universe.