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Let He Who Is Without Sin... 

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

Director:

Rene Auberjonois

Writers:

Gene Roddenberry (based upon "Star Trek" created by), Rick Berman (created by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Avery Brooks ... Captain Sisko
Rene Auberjonois ... Odo
Michael Dorn ... Lt. Commander Worf
Terry Farrell ... Lt. Commander Dax
Cirroc Lofton ... Jake Sisko (credit only)
Colm Meaney ... Chief O'Brien (credit only)
Armin Shimerman ... Quark
Alexander Siddig ... Doctor Bashir
Nana Visitor ... Major Kira (credit only)
Monte Markham ... Fullerton
Chase Masterson ... Leeta
Frank Kopyc ... Bolian Aide
Vanessa Williams ... Arandis
Blair Valk Blair Valk ... Risian Woman
Zora DeHorter ... 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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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 November 1996 (USA) See more »

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Paramount Television See more »
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Color

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Captain Boday is mentioned for the second time in this episode, having previously been referred to in the second season episode "The Maquis, Part II". It was revealed in that episode that he and Dax had had dinner together several times. See more »

Goofs

The title "Let He Who Is Without Sin..." is grammatically incorrect; "Let Him Who Is Without Sin..." is correct. The grammatically incorrect wording is a corruption of the Bible verse John 8:7, in which Jesus says (King James Version), "He that is without sin among you, let him cast the first stone[.]" See more »

Quotes

[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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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Main Title
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Written by Dennis McCarthy
Performed by Dennis McCarthy
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Yes, this is a really terrible episode...
5 January 2015 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

There is so much I don't like about this episode--and I can see why one of the reviewers hated this one as well. During most of the episode, Worf behaves like an abusive and over-controlling boyfriend. He also is sullen, nasty and about as much fun as a colonoscopy! This alone is plenty of reason to hate this one!

When the episode begins, Worf and Jadzia Dax are set to go away on a sexy vacation on the sexy planet of Risa. However, at the last minute, several interlopers invite themselves as well and Worf is positively rude to all of them. While you could understand his desire to have time alone with Jadzia, he is constantly rude towards everyone. Once they arrive, everyone but Worf seem eager to get their groove on with the very promiscuous and fun-loving Risans. As for Worf, he sulks. However, when a group of crazy and one- dimensional conservatives arrive and try to ruin everyone's fun, Worf, for the first time, seems nearly giddy. He likes their messages of fear and doom--and they seem like the perfect way to compliment a Klingon vacation. Eventually, however, and very unexpectedly Worf realizes his friends are butts and he does a 180 degree change in attitude--one that really makes no sense.

The biggest problem with this show is that you feel like you are eavesdropping on a budding relationship between a supposedly sane woman and an abusive guy who feels he must control her every move. Instead of the pair inexplicably working past this at the end of the show, you really wish that she had obtained a restraining order and left the jerk! Considering how this episode seems to have no fit with the other episodes in the show, I really was left confused by the show and annoyed. What is its point?! I really don't think there is one. A giant mistake of an episode.


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