Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

Little Green Men - S4-E8

Corrected entry: In the room where the Ferengi wake up after they crash on Earth an oscillating fan is visible on a cabinet. It looks like one I could buy today instead of the style in the 40's. The cage is far too enclosed.

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Correction: While the less enclosed fans were popular in the 40's, more enclosed fans did still exist. In fact, some fans from the 40's look like fans you could buy today.

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