Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Season 6, Episode 14

One Little Ship (18 Feb. 1998)

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An attack by the Dominion on Sisko's ship endangers Dax and her crew aboard as she leads them into an anomaly that shrinks them to a very minute size. Unfortunately, they were being held ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview:
Jake Sisko (credit only)
Scott Thompson Baker ...
First Kudak'Etan
Fritz Sperberg ...
Second Ixtana'Rax
Christian Zimmerman ...
Third Lamat'Ukan


An attack by the Dominion on Sisko's ship endangers Dax and her crew aboard as she leads them into an anomaly that shrinks them to a very minute size. Unfortunately, they were being held stable by Sisko within a tractor beam, which was discontinued during the attack. Written by Moviedude1

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This takes place in 2374. See more »


When the crew in the runabout finally are able to open the blast shutters, they look straight and up through the shuttle windows and see the Defiant. but when the picture zooms out, the Defiant is below the runabout, considering the angle of the runabout, all they should see is empty space. See more »


Chief O'Brien: [indicating the size of about seven centimeters] Are you telling me I'm gonna be this bloody tall for the rest of my life?
Doctor Bashir: [indicating about one centimeter] This bloody tall, actually.
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References Casablanca (1942) See more »


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Written by Dennis McCarthy
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Fun and obviously inspired by "Fantastic Voyage".
19 January 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

In many ways, this episode of "Star Trek: Deep Space 9" is a lot like the 1960s movie "Fantastic Voyage". This is because the success of this mission ends up relying on a miniaturized ship and its miniaturized crew.

The show begins near some anomaly (that's Star Trek for 'great big something we cannot really describe') and to investigate it, they decide to miniaturize a runabout and its crew. However, in the midst of this, a Jem'Hadar ship appears and attacks. Before long, the Defiant has been captured and the crew appears to be screwed. Their only chance is to somehow sabotage the ship or, perhaps, the tiny ship can slip in an offer assistance.

This is a rather cool episode. Of course it's sill, but it is sci- fi! What I really liked was the funny ending involving Odo--but that's something you'll just need to see for yourself.

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