Siskoid goes it alone on this one to defend Deep Space Nine’s portrayal of the Bajoran Prophets, showing how non-linear beings can sometimes seem to act linearly, and discussing their greatest hits under one unified theory. Put your thinking caps on, this one gets both timey AND wimey.
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“Star Trek Theme” by Alexander Courage, with the Irredeemable Shagg on vocals. End theme: “Deep Space Nine Theme” by Dennis McCarthy.
Bonus clips from: Star Trek Deep Space Nine’s “Emissary”, starring Avery Brooks and Cirroc Lofton; “Accession”, starring Avery Brooks, Terry Farrell, and Camille Saviola; “Rapture”, starring Nana Visitor and Avery Brooks; “Far Beyond the Stars”, starring Avery Brooks and Brock Peters; “Tears of the Prophets”, starring Marc Alaimo and Casey Biggs; “Shadows and Symbols”, starring Deborah Lacey and Avery Brooks; and “What You Leave Behind”, starring Avery Brooks and Penny Johnson.
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