Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

A Man Alone - S1-E4

Corrected entry: Odo becomes the prime suspect in the murder as he, being a shapeshifter, could have got between the cracks of the holodeck door in his liquid form. However, no one realises that even if he were the murderer, the murder weapon, a knife, would not have got through the door cracks with him. Odo wouldn't have needed a weapon anyway, as he can turn his arms into tentacles to strangle the victim.

Correction: Odo could have had the computer replicate a knife quite easily.

Greg Dwyer

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Mistakes

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Trivia

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