—I’m sure we’ll see each other again.
—I’d like to think so. But one can never say. We live in uncertain times.
Garak. One of the best supporting characters in the Star Trek universe.
THAT’S WHAT CHIEF SAID.
Captain Sisko had a Microsoft Surface (or an iPad, whatever) in 1999 — during the seventh season of Deep Space Nine.
Remember when Iggy Pop was on Star Trek?
…the Federation’s president instead?
My favorite part of this Deep Space Nine episode: when Nog goes into the dugout to tag out the Vulcan ballplayer who hadn’t touched home plate.
Explain to me how I have gone through life for 26 years without comprehensively watching Deep Space Nine. No, really. Explain to me why anyone should take me seriously based on that fact. I am not even done the first episode and I’m already flaying around the place. Did you know that Avery Brooks used to teach at Rutgers’ Mason Gross school and when he got this gig he did his final semester of lectures via video link, in costume, from the bridge of DS9? SERIOUSLY, WHAT THE HELL, SELF.
The Empire State Building is heading to the Delta Quadrant.
Miles and Julian, BFF’s.