Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1996) – The Muse, and For the Cause

Station log: stardate unknown Rene Echevarria writes the script for this episode form a story by Echevarria and Majel Barrett Roddenberry. It originally aired on 29 April, 1996. Honestly, I knew this one was gonna be a little bad. I think Lwaxanna Troi (Barrett Roddenberry) has overstayed her welcome as a character. This time she…

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1996) – Accession, and Rules of Engagement

Station log: stardate unknown Jane Espenson pens this episode that first aired on 24 February, 1996. It shakes things up for the Bajorans and the station a little, when a three hundred year old Bajoran craft emerges from the wormhole, and its occupant, Akorem Laan (Richard Libertini) claims to be the Emissary… Which would mean…

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1996) – Sons of Mogh, and Bar Association

Station log: stardate 49556.2 Ronald D. Moore pens this Klingon heavy episode that first aired on 12 February, 1996. While things seem to be developing between Worf (Micheal Dorn) and Dax (Terry Farrell), trouble arrives on the station in the form of his older brother, Kurn (Tony Todd). To a Klingon, honor is everything, and…

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1995) – Starship Down, and Little Green Men

Station log: stardate 49263.5 David Mack and John J. Ordover pen this episode that first premiered on 6 November, 1995. Inside a gas giant, Captain Sisko (Avery Brooks) leads the Defiant crew on a dangerous cat-and-mouse game with some Jem’Hadar ships that were attacking a Karemma ship.As the crew work to elude and outwit the…

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1995) – The Way of the Warrior

Station log: stardate 49011.4 Ira Steven Behr and Robert Hewitt Wolfe pen the fourth season opener that sees Captain Sisko (Avery Brooks) settle into his iconic look, and the Enterprise’s Worf (Micheal Dorn) joining the crew. With an original broadcast date of 2 October, 1995, the season opened with a Klingon fleet arriving at Deep…

Star Trek: The Next Generation (1994) – Genesis, and Journey’s End

Captain’s log: stardate 47653.2 Brannon Braga pens this episode that was directed by Gates McFadden. It first aired on 21 March, 1994. Captain Picard (Patrick Stewart) and Data (Brent Spiner) take a shuttle into an asteroid field to retrieve a torpedo that uses a new (malfunctioning) guidance system. Back on the Enterprise, a medical treatment…