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Trials and Tribble-ations 

Darvin, a disgraced Klingon spy, travels back in time to alter some events to his likings. The DS9 crew must find what he's trying to change and prevent it without altering the time line. ... See full summary »

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Darvin, a disgraced Klingon spy, travels back in time to alter some events to his likings. The DS9 crew must find what he's trying to change and prevent it without altering the time line. They'll have to blend in with the crew from Star Trek: The Original Series. Written by Jesse Sanchez

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4 November 1996 (USA)  »

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Trivia

This is first time the phrase "Predestination Paradox" was used. See more »

Goofs

When O'Brien incorrectly identifies the officer in the bar with Scott and Chekov as Kirk, Bashir asks why a captain is wearing lieutenant's insignia. However, in the vintage episode's credits, the character is credited as an ensign. Since Bashir has previously revealed a lack of familiarity with uniform standards of the earlier era, this might well be intentional. See more »

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Lieutenant Commander Jadzia Dax: [reminiscing about young Leonard McCoy] I had a feeling he'd become a doctor. He had the hands of a surgeon.
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Crazy Credits

On the DVD menu screen for this episode, the usual DS9 menu background noise of electronic humming and beeping is replaced by the chirping of Tribbles. See more »

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Edited from Star Trek: The Trouble with Tribbles (1967) See more »

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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Main Title
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Written by Dennis McCarthy
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re: Now if you call you self a Star Trex fan - this is a must see!
6 January 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Another brilliant episode within the Star Trex saga. What a episode this one was.

Its one that you have to see if you are a true Star Trex FAN. Well written, believable, and enjoyable all at the time same with the cast from The Original Star Trex, and this present one - Deep Space Nine. Well worth watching, and a credit to all of the Star Trex series...

How they managed to merge the story and the characters between the original story line of "Tribbles" - with the Original Star Trex and together with a few of the staff of Deep Space Nine. I will never know.

I wondered who wrote the storyline for this excellent episode of Deep Space Nine? Wonderfully written.

Every one that likes Star Trex always votes for - "City on the Edge forever" - as the greatest Star Trex episode. Well take a look at this episode and always watch - "Let me be your last battlefield" episode within the Original Series of Star Trex - and you might change your mind.

Both are just as good as "City on the Edge forever".

10 out of 10 Brilliant.


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