It’s a Jake and Nog episode; what could possibly go wrong?
This week in Deep Space Nine, O’Brien, Jake, and The Sisko are stuck in a D&D instance, Jadzia has a rough time of it as science officer when the Dax symbiote is taking a nap, Gul Dukat learns Kira would probably sooner set the entirety of Bajor on fire than give him an inch, Odo…
A Ferengi copes with his PTSD by retreating inside a holosuite program of 1960’s Earth, because on Deep Space Nine, apparently even a hologram is a better therapist than Ezri Dax. Plus, we’re back to spoiling Discovery and The Orville! WARNING: Explicit language
Deep Space Nine season 1 rolls for initiative, but ends up with the dullest D&D campaign ever with Quark as the DM. Meanwhile, Odo is pretty sure the new Starfleet security officer just isn’t going to work out. All that on “Move Along Home”, this week on TOEOST! WARNING: Explicit language
If wishes were horses, we’d all be knee-deep in SHT. Or Deep Space Nine Season 1, from which we watch the episode entitled “If Wishes Were Horse”. Remember that one, where Rumplestiltskin trolls O’Brien for most of the show? And yet somehow the least believable thing this episode is the technobabble. WARNING: Explicit language