Two women arrive on the station. One is a familiar face. Lwaxana Troi comes to visit Odo and announces she is pregnant. She asks for Odo's help. Her husband Jeyal is Tavnian and in Tavnian tradition the sexes grow up apart. She would have to abandon her baby. Odo is reluctant at first, but surprisingly his relationship with Lwaxana blossoms after she shows a lot of interest in shapeshifting. Then Jeyal arrives on the station. The other woman, Onaya, is rather mysterious. She tells she has a weakness for artists and seems very interested in Jake's writing capabilities. She flatters him and offers him to show exercises and techniques. Jake gladly agrees and even skips a trip to the Bajoran outback with his father for a meeting. But Onaya's method seems quite intrusive. She wants something from Jake. Written by
Arnoud Tiele (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Worf has only one line in this episode. See more
When Jake first starts writing his story using a pen and paper in Onaya's room, the ink on the first page is black, and when he starts on the second page, the ink is blue. See more
PADD Computer Voice
Character sketches for possible stories: a Bolian tries to impress a dabo girl by wearing a toupee. A thief disguises himself as a monk, so he can swindle a Ferengi. A woman, traveling alone. She's come a long way...
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Main Title
Written by Dennis McCarthy
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