Season 3, episodes 13 and 14: Bashir goes full Frankenstein with Vedek Bareil, and Odo tries to crack open a crystal but ends up cracking open his heart.
Season 3, episodes 11 and 12: In Past Tense, Jadzia Dax went back to 2024 and met the Zuckerberg of that time, while Sisko and Bashir got stuck in a riot. Wait, what if our current Zuckerberg is the Zuckerberg of 2024?
Season 3, episodes 9 and 10: Star Trek continues its anti-goatee propaganda as transporter anomaly Thomas Riker joins mirror universe Spock in sporting the evil look. Plus, how not to kiss.
Season 3, episodes 7 and 8: Gul Dukat sips his red leaf tea while the station burns, and Jadzia finds love in a phasing place.
Season 3, episodes 5 and 6. Deep Space Nine gets paternal. Kira finds a Cardassian father, Sisko finally meets his son’s girlfriend, and Odo tries his parenting skills on a... Jem’Hadar?
Season 3, episodes 3 and 4: Quark learns how Klingons get divorced. Plus, Dax is once again unconscious in a Dax-centric episode.
Special thanks to our listener Jeff who emailed us about a crowdfunder for a DS9 documentary: “What We Left Behind.” Looks like it will be directed by Adam Nimoy and produced by Ira Steven Behr and David Zappone.
Season 3, episodes 1 and 2: After witnessing the Dominion’s horrifying destruction of a Galaxy-class starship, Sisko heads to Risa for a long vacation. Just kidding, he takes a warship into the Gamma Quadrant.
It's the season finale! And it ends with a bang, thanks to the Jem'Hadar (truly, truly, truly outrageous). But first, we take an educational look at the Cardassian justice system.
Obsidian Order operative Omar joins us as we stumble into the Mirror Universe, where Spock has really screwed things up for the Terran Empire. Then it’s the election of the Bajoran Kai. Polls show Vedek Bereil is ahead but Vedek Winn has locked up the Rust Belt vote.
The Maquis strike back, pitting Sisko against his old friend. And then Garak can’t stop talking about an HBO show from 15 years ago, driving everyone around him insane.
Jadzia Dax learns that if you swear a blood oath with Klingons, you’ll need a good lawyer or a very understanding boss. And then Benjamin Sisko meets resistance with an old friend.
Oh, what a Trill. A young initiate named Arjin tries to impress Jadzia, who in turn hopes to expand his universe. And then a classic of the silver screen, Casablanca, gets transported onto Deep Space Nine.
Returning guest Kyle Turner joins our away team as we visit “Paradise,” where “self-published” means “evil cult leader.” And in “Shadowplay,” only two of us leave the cave.
In “Armageddon Game,” Miles O’Brien is stuck with Julian Bashir -- and several canisters of biomechanical gene disruptors. You’ll never guess which of them gets infected. The trials of O’Brien continue with “Whispers,” in one of the best episodes we’ve seen so far.
Miles O’Brien faces a formidable Julian Bashir on the racquetball court, but the odds may be in his favour -- thanks to an El-Aurian con artist’s device that alters probability. Plus, Odo confronts his past when Dr. Mora arrives at DS9.
Why does Sisko’s lady in red keep vanishing? A blowhard scientist sheds some light on the mystery. And then the Bajorans meet another formerly occupied people looking for help.
Do Ferengi even lift, bro? That's what the Dosi want to know. And then we go back in time to Terak Nor, which is Cardassian for "film noir."
A Cardassian orphan takes a bite out of Garak, then has to sit through a very awkward dinner. After that, a stellar cartographer charts a path to Bashir’s heart.
The revolution will be televised (in a three-parter and everything will get resolved). We’ve got a guest to help sort it out. But can he explain how symbionts work?
Political intrigue. Violent ethno-nationalism. The opening episodes of Season 2 may seem a little familiar for some listeners, but we’ll get through this together.