Chief O'Brien goes undercover to infiltrate an Orion crime ring.

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Chief O'Brien goes undercover to infiltrate an Orion crime ring.

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Bilby is the name of an Australian marsupial which resembles a rabbit with a pointy snout. See more »

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Liam Bilby: [about family] It's the most important thing.
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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Main Title
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Okay, This is One of the Worst
30 September 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"DS9" never really got much worse than this. "Honor Among Thieves" is a dull, overdone episode in which O'Brien goes undercover in a crime syndicate and finds himself developing a friendship with the man who would be his enemy. Oh, whatever! This episode has horribly cliché lines, an uninteresting plot line, and a plethora of WTF, random moments (Bilby's cat? The Dominion?). Nick Tate seems to be interested only in getting paid, and even Colm Meaney's performance wasn't what it should have been. I think the only other DS9 episode that reached that low level of quality was "Hard Time." Which is a shame, because O'Brien is an excellent character. That makes this episode all the more heinous for not showcasing him properly. A badly framed waste of time.


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