As part of the promotion for the upcoming one-night theatrical screenings of the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine documentary What We Left Behind, a new clip was released today along with an interview at io9 with showrunner Ira Steven Behr. Crazy, I just rewatched the episode where it was revealed he wanted to go to Starfleet and still a great episode. Season 2, Episode 8 Necessary Evil. Deep space nine lives in my heart. We need DS9 remastered and someone at CBS please give Ira Behr some money to shoot season 8! Anyway, I know I would love whatever Behr and Co. would create.
I believe people feel so unsympathetic or even hostile to much of Discovery’s cast, especially Burnham and Tilly, because the characters are not written as believable real world people. Geriatric Picard is the future. I was referring to the entirety of the documentary, which I got to watch over the weekend (several times) online for being one of the Indiegogo backers. Not really a documentary in the actual sense – it feels more like spending an afternoon with some old friends. Choose an adventure below and discover your next favorite movie or TV show. You know what was the absolute opposite of what you describe? And Nog more than proved what a capable and committed Starfleet officer he was.
This was Trek! Beautiful work. Thank you. Let’s put it this way. From "Veronica Mars" to Rebecca take a look back at the career of Armie Hammer on and off the screen. I want DS9 back! Directed by Jonathan Frakes. Yes Barclay got the same treatment, but he was actually treated as someone as a bit ‘off’. Hey CBS wanted Brian Fuller, why not the guys that made the good Trek? He outranked Harry Kim by the time Voyager got home. (18 Nov 1998). And I won’t be shocked to see you banned again. Tiger, is this you? If you are a good boss you don’t need to be the most talented one, just manage the talent in a way that they produce extraordinary results. He went from one of my least liked characters to my favorites!
This episode of "Star Trek: Deep Space 9" is unusual in several ways. I loved DS9 but I have zero interest in this Doc. This “8th season” takes into account the fact that time has passed in the real world for the actors. Keep up with all the updates and news on the DS9 documentary in our What We Left Behind category here at TrekMovie.com, DVD/Blu-ray/Streaming, What We Left Behind, Super fun! By: Matt Wright If we can get Picard back, I want Kurtzman to go out hire these guys and let them do DS9 in 8k!
As previously announced, What We Left Behind makes its one-day-only theatrical debut through Fathom Events on May 13 in the US and Canada.
Thats weird, I responded to this post already. They do Yet Another DS9 Space Battle and escape through the wormhole. , Learn how and when to remove these template messages, "Resurrection" Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Learn how and when to remove this template message, Mirror, Mirror (Star Trek: The Original Series), https://www.tor.com/2014/09/05/star-trek-deep-space-nine-rewatch-resurrection/, http://users.telenet.be/WebTrek/Ds9/Ratings/ratings6.html, Worlds Enough and Time: Explorations of Time in Science Fiction and Fantasy edited by Gary Westfahl, George Edgar Slusser, David Leiby, "Star Trek: 20 Episodes So Bad They Must Be Seen", "Ranking every mirror universe episode of Star Trek", "Star Trek: The 10 Worst Episodes Of DS9 Ever, According To IMDb", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Resurrection_(Star_Trek:_Deep_Space_Nine)&oldid=942581353, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (season 6) episodes, Articles needing additional references from June 2019, All articles needing additional references, Articles with multiple maintenance issues, Short description is different from Wikidata, Television episode articles with short description for single episodes, Television episode articles with short description and disambiguated page names, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 25 February 2020, at 15:26. He stuns the Intendant with a phaser, admits to Kira he might be at risk when he gets home, then takes the Intendant, but not the Orb, back to the Mirror Universe. This episode was directed by Levar Burton and written by Michael Taylor.
Sorry this is such a late post. Search for "The Siege of AR-558" on Amazon.com, Title:
I think the potential Nog of the future was shown in the episode where Sisco phased in and out of time and space and Jake gave up everything to track him down and save him. The documentary team is now going through all their extra material that didn’t make the final cut (there’s a lot of it), and making bonus features out of it. I would take Nog captain 100 times over Tilly any day.
This new exclusive clip shows the writers gathered together interspersed with sketches from the story they are crafting. Sisko and his away team volunteer to stay with a besieged unit at an isolated outpost.
Unlike Tilly, I can take Nog seriously as a Starfleet officer. Thank you Alex, that sums it up perfectly! We’ve seen this dozens of times before. The Siege of AR-558
I’m really hoping next season they tone her down at least. The Intendant plans to use the Orb, in her universe, to unite her Bajor against the Alliance. He’d probably fear the talent in the room. years. I’m all about the love.
Barclay is much more believable as compromised character because his failings actually had consequences. It was marvelous. Capt. Don’t care what you think. You are 100% him. WATCH: 8 Stand Out Moments From Deep Space Nine 3:14 StarTrek.com looks back — in no particular order — at some of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine's most-poignant moments . And we had so much footage that didn’t make it in, of the forgetfulness of where people were and how things happened and who was where, and “Wait, what? "Resurrection" is the eighth episode of the sixth season of the science-fiction television series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, the 132nd episode overall. Alex Kurtzman has a perpetual Star Trek machine that is going to need a lot of content. I like my season 8 idea better: In Post-War exhaustion and destruction, in desperate need of a “Marshall Plan” for Alpha and Beta Quadrants, the Four Great Powers (Federation, Klingon, Romulan, Cardassian) try to pull themselves together and lift themselves up out of the ashes, while fighting small necessary wars (that the public despises, naturally, because they’re sick to death of war, so few resources are assigned to this thankless task) of containment and roundup of Rogue, break-away, WarLords and CrimeLords (THEIR “Afghan Conflict”); the detritus of the Dominion’s Warrior Caste, and Opposition Factions from the Federation, Klingons, and Romulans, with the opportunistic Orion Crime Syndicates in the geopolitical field, at play. Maybe not 20 years later like the Picard show, but maybe a decade or so, so wouldn’t be be surprising to see Nog as Captain. He was smart and he was starting to develop leadership qualities, so not inconceivable that he could be command material. His real reason for being in the regular universe is to steal the Bajoran Orb of Prophecy and Change for the Intendant, the mirror Kira Nerys.
Still, it's worth seeing. …tears. I’ll take Tilly anywhere .
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With Avery Brooks, Rene Auberjonois, Nicole de Boer, Michael Dorn. Captain Nog is an interesting idea. You really shouldn’t be here anyway. Today he would not have ended up in Starfleet for that but on the other side of an airlock (or crashed into an asteroid, Conelly-style!). In Tilly’s case, its treated more as an adoring personality quirk and no one ever questions how unprofessional she comes off a lot. Quark is injured in an attack which Odo suspects is related to a murder committed five years before, in which Kira was the prime suspect. One of the features of the new documentary is a segment with the writers’ room for Deep Space Nine reassembled to break a story for a notional eighth season …
Here is a ready made story concept. I agree but it looks like Tilly will never get that command she dreamed of. "Resurrection" is the eighth episode of the sixth season of the science-fiction television series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, the 132nd episode overall. They get away with stuff that wouldn’t fly for 1 second in a real professional space organization, or any professional setting for that matter. See What Could've Opened Deep Space Nine Season 8 in an Exclusive Clip From What We Left Behind. I definitely wanted to see where they went next!). Paramount Studios - 5555 Melrose Avenue, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA, What to Watch if You Miss the "Game of Thrones" Cast. Oh!
A little show from 1966 called Star Trek. They were on this ship, is this it?”. He was always motivated. However, before Bareil can complete this mission, he has a change of conscience, convinced by the Kira of the Prime universe. , In 2019, ScreenRant ranked this episode one of the ten worst episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. In the hypothetical Deep Space Nine season 8 premiere, two decades have passed since the events of "What You Leave Behind, and the landscape of the station and the lives of her former inhabitants are much changed.
, In 2017, SyFy ranked this as the worst mirror universe episode of Star Trek, but did praise some of the character interactions. First Aired: November 14, 1993. Oh well, I can dream. I can’t express how much of a connection I had with these characters and the world they live in. We—everyone—had a wonderful day. But they also portrayed him as coming from a culture where that was the norm as well as showing him come to accept female colleagues both as social equals and as professional authority figures by the series’ end. Was this review helpful to you? Which is why the only thing I had them read was the Wikipedia page, or whatever the hell they had to look at just to remember where everyone wound up. Well, I hope you’re right, but I need to say this: what’s so special about this clip?
Use the HTML below. Dax falls in love with one of the residents of a multi-dimensional planet, while on DS9 an alien requests a holosuite program of Kira from Quark. Even if it’s just an animated season 8, I would watch it if they use sock puppets – but please give us more of what those guys teased here! If we go by real-world elapsed time it’s been 20 years since Nog was an ensign at (presumably) the age of about 22, and had served in battle for over 2 years, receiving multiple commendations within the series we saw.
“That was very fun because Tilly is almost the comic relief of the show, and I really wanted to see what she’s capable of. And first season I could believe it because she was a cadet and it was first time on a starship. What I wanted was to spend a few hours reminiscing with the TV friends I’ve missed so terribly… and that’s exactly what I got. Episode cast overview, first billed only.
Writers room was a highlight, as were the HD scenes. Just being back in this world for a few seconds gave me chills. No reason to think he couldn’t be an Admiral by now, frankly. Like you said, even Nog became more grown up in the end (losing his leg was a major turning point I think, same as Picards heart) and thus more believable as a Starfleet officer.
I was never a huge Tilly fan like so many in season 1 but I didn’t mind her. ;D. But I would love to see Nog as Captain. Sisko and his away team volunteer to stay with a besieged unit at an isolated outpost. And guess what, the characters would still feel more real than Star Trek: Discovery ;). When is this hypothetical Season 8 supposed to take place? I feel the same way.