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This is why Sisko is my favourite Star Trek Captain

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A metaphor—a secret lesson, a code to slip past the guardians of culture—that can do some good. It can be necessary, and useful, and just. But a metaphor can also be all that you have left. It can be a way out. A way free. “Far Beyond The Stars” succeeds because it does have universal concerns: the desire for respect, to be free to aspire without constraint. But by refusing to cloak those concerns in pure symbol, by reminding us that these things do happen, are, in fact, still happening every day, the episode escapes the trap of message and commentary and creates something unique. Maybe somewhere, Benny Russell is dreaming. And maybe someday, he won’t need those dreams.
Zack Handlen’s excellent review of the equally excellent Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode ‘Far Beyond The Stars

"Look, kid, I don’t know what’s going to happen to you out there. All I can tell you is that you’ve got to play the cards life deals you. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, but at least you’re in the game."

Nog had one of the best character arcs in Deep Space Nine, hell in the Trek verse

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If we can’t write diversity into sci-fi, then what’s the point? You don’t create new worlds to give them all the same limits of the old ones.
— Jane Espenson


Love all these characters
If we can’t write diversity into sci-fi, then what’s the point? You don’t create new worlds to give them all the same limits of the old ones.
— Jane Espenson

Love all these characters

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testmeyouwillfail:

John, stop harassing Chris. (x)

No but don’t stop. Never stop.

Scotty saved this film for me, he was perfect throughout

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This is why Sisko is my favourite Trek Captain

Well, we get on all right.

For the most part.

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Sisko <3

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“You got to sit in the special chair in this one.” [x]

flesh wound

Garak and Bashir feelings tonight

But I do think Sisko would approve of a tailor’s shop.