Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Season 5, Episode 7

Let He Who Is Without Sin... (11 Nov. 1996)

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While vacationing on Risa, Worf and Dax meet a group of fundamentalist protesters who claim that the Federation has gone soft.



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Episode cast overview:
Jake Sisko (credit only)
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Major Kira (credit only)
Bolian Aide
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Risian Woman
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While vacationing on Risa, Worf and Dax meet a group of fundamentalist protesters who claim that the Federation has gone soft.

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The title is a biblical quote John 8:7: "So when they continued asking him, he lifted up himself, and said unto them, He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her." See more »


[first lines]
Odo: So, what do you think of the O'Briens' plan to name their baby 'Sean'?
Captain Sisko: I kind of like it; 'Sean' - has a nice ring to it.
Odo: Except that in Bajoran, 'shawn' means 'swamp'.
Captain Sisko: The O'Briens know that?
Odo: I doubt it.
Captain Sisko: Someone should tell them.
Odo: I nominate you.
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DS9's beach episode
28 June 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Dax has persuaded Worf to go with her to Risa for their holiday, hearing that their is a runabout going their they find themselves accompanied by Dr. Bashir, his girlfriend Leeta and Quark. When they get there Worf in unimpressed by what he sees as a lack of morality, it doesn't help that they are met by a woman who had been involved with Curzon Dax... in fact she had been 'involved' with him at the moment he died, when he sees Bashir and Leeta involved with other people he becomes even more convinced that the whole planet is just an excuse for debauchery. When he meets a man called Fullerton he things has found somebody who things the same way; Fullerton is campaigning to get Risa closed down as he believes it symbolises all that is wrong with the Federation and that unless things change the Federation's enemies will see it as weak. He helps them with their activities by accessing the planet's weather control system, he doesn't realise that Fullerton intends to do more than cause a few days of rain though.

I know that in anime it is common for a series to have a beach episode as an excuse to show cast members in swim suits but I didn't expect it in Star Trek. There are quite a few faults in this episode most obviously I do not believe for one second Worf would behave the way he did and as the relationship between the doctor and Leeta had only been fleetingly mentioned before there wasn't much of an impact went we learn that they are ending it, it was a bit of a surprise for the viewer, the doctor and Quark when she announces who she is interested in though! Despite all its faults I found myself enjoying this episode quite a bit; and not just because Jadzia and Leeta looked great in swimsuits, there were some good laughs to be had too, these started before the opening credits setting the tone of what was to follow.

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