Spy, tailor, gardener. At last, Elim Garak is home, and free. His parents are dead and his world and home lie in ruins. What's a lizard to do? "A Stitch in Time" is unique in Trek fiction in that it is a first-person semi-epistolary novel ostensibly written by the Cardassian spy, tailor, and gardener Elim Garak to his friend and conversational partner Julian Bashir from within the ruins and reconstruction of a defeated Cardassia in the wake of the Dominion War, after the end of the series' run. The book's author is the actor who portrayed Garak, Andew J. Robinson. [more inside]
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Tacking Into the Wind Rewatch Season 7, Ep 22
(Series Finale - Part 6 of 9) It is a period of civil war. Rebel Cardassians, striking from a hidden base, will attempt to win their first victory against the evil Dominion. During the battle, Cardassian spies hope to steal the Dominion's ultimate weapon, the BREEN ENERGY DAMPENER, an advanced energy projectile with enough power to disable an entire starship. [more inside]
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: His Way Rewatch Season 6, Ep 20
♫ I know I'll be a mess until you choose to acquiesce to holosuite-ing with me / And if we dance at Vic's then there's a chance it could malfunction catastrophic-a-lly / But if the grid still works, then we might order up from Quark's for a synthetic dram / And then I go and spoil it all by saying something stupid like "You're a holo-graaaam" ♫ [more inside]
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Dramatis Personae Rewatch Season 1, Ep 18
The telepathic memories of the internecine feud of a dead but now no longer forgotten species infect the crew of DS9.