In which Odo and Quark have a dance, friends realize how the war has changed them, and the giant boulder of death rolls ever closer.
In which Miles tries to be a good parent, Worf tries to be a good parent, and the giant boulder of death starts rolling.
In which Janway teaches Seven about intuition and Seven teaches Janeway about having a teenage child.
In which even DS9 has some stinkers.
In which it’s the loneliest number that you’ll ever do, but two can be just as bad.
In which some children play war.
In which Tom and Harry get shot by Voyager‘s phasers, stop breathing oxygen, and die. Not in that order.
In which Braga shows us historical revisionism and Inception.
In which Prophecies have ways of coming true, except when they would have been good news.
In which, as it turns out, they will. Continue reading