Category: Season 1

Babel: The Blarney

O’Brien seriously needs a better way to handle incoming complaints. As Operations Manager, people should be making their concerns known through a system that automatically flags the importance of a query based on the issue in question. There should be a lot more delegating going on given that “manager” is part of his title and job…

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A Man Alone: An Episode Divided

A veritable lynch-mob has formed to take out their own form of justice on the base’s resident shapeshifter of unknown (even to himself) origins, and Keiko O’Brien’s primary concern is making the place suitable for raising her daughter. Yeah. I’m not buying that.

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Past Prologue: Alternative Activism

How perfect is it that once the upsetting prologue episode is over and done with, that it’s immediately followed by an episode whose very title tells us we’ve made it past the prologue? The next best thing about the episode is the issue that arises over which type of activism is more worthy of those who…

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The Emissary: The Exposition

Well, that was all sorts of uncomfortable. The episode started with a giant spoiler that wouldn’t have been a spoiler if I had been a little smarter about my publication schedule. Whoops. Then, the exposition (information detailing the initial situation of the story) which should have been limited to the whole spoiler situation just kept…

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