Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Season 6, Episode 20

His Way (22 Apr. 1998)

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Odo is schooled in the ways of romance by a holographic programmed lounge singer.



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Episode cast overview:
Jake Sisko (credit only)
Debi A. Monahan ...
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Odo is schooled in the ways of romance by a holographic programmed lounge singer.

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Nana Visitor performed the song "Fever" herself. See more »


Odo: It's amazing what you can learn in a holosuite.
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References Nanook of the North (1922) See more »


They Can't Take That Away From Me
Written by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin
Performed by Rene Auberjonois and Avery Brooks
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Introducing Vic Fontaine!
20 August 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

As this episode opens the senior staff apart from Sisko are on the holosuite listening to Vic Fontaine; a 1960's Las Vegas singer. Unlike other holosuite programs he knows that he is a hologram and is very perceptive about human relationships. Odo decides that he might be able to get some advice on how to let Kira know how he feels about her. On the holosuite Vic tries to help Odo with his confidence, getting him to join his band as the pianist. After his first performance Vic has a couple of chesty holograms complement Odo's playing prowess. He still worries about Kira who is on Bajor with the First Minister. Vic's next idea is to have a new singer perform; one who looks just like the Major. When Kira returns to the station Vic invites her to dine with Odo on the holosuite; the problem is he told Odo that he is going to be having a date with a holographic Kira, it all goes well until he makes it clear that he things she is a hologram leading to a rather awkward situation for both Kira and Odo. Of course in the end the two of them end up together, just as they should have.

This episode was a nice break from the war, James Darren is great as the holographic lounge singer, Rene Auberjonois put in a fun performance as Odo, it was nice to see him lighten up a bit and Nana Visitor positively sizzled as she sang 'Fever' while draped across Odo's piano. I'm not usually a fan of holodeck episodes but Vic's character is different as he knows what he is. The ending was great, just what I suspect most fans had been wanting to happen for some time.

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