“Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: I, The Constable” Review by Lessaccurategrandmother.blogspot.com

Lessaccurategrandmother.blogspot.com has added a new review for and ‘s “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: I, The Constable”:

This brings the Block/Erdmann Quark trilogy to a close, though this one has a stronger focus on Odo, especially at first. Quark learns that an uncle of his is dead and he might inherit… except Rom recently made it legal for wives to inherit, and his uncle has three! So Quark goes to Ferenginar to try to woo them, but disappears; Odo, at a loose end waiting for Federation bureaucracy to resolve the issue of the Dominion refugees following the events of The Long Mirage, reluctantly volunteers to go to Ferenginar and find Quark.

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