Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

Season 5 Episode 3

Looking for par'Mach in All the Wrong Places

Aired Weekdays 11:00 AM Oct 14, 1996 on Syndicado

Episode Fan Reviews (5)

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  • Horrible!

    This episode is NOT worth your time! It is probably the WORST episode in any of the first 5 seasons (though it is vital in the character developement). The plot is so... stupid. It starts out with Grilka (you know, the Klingon woman Quark was forced to marry in "The House of Quark", season 2 I think it was) comeing aboard Deep Space Nine. Worf is instantly smitten, but after a failed attempt to be with her, he gives up and helps Quark win her heart. Why he does this, I do not know. Meanwhile, O'Brien and Kira are afraid that they are falling in love with one another (a stupid, yet kind of funny sub-plot). In the end, Dax confesses her love for Worf that seemingly comes out of nowhere (though it was slightly hinted at in a few previous episodes), and Quark and Grilka fall in love with one another, and then she is never seen in any other episode. She just vanishes after doing something that, if Quark were a Klingon, would mean she would have to marry him.

    If you've never seen this episode before, then all you need to know about it without wasting your time to see it is this: Worf and Dax fall in love. The only reason I gave it a 2.8 instead of like a 1 is because of the sub-plot with O'Brien and Kira.
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