Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

Field of Fire - S7-E13

Corrected entry: Joran complains once or twice about how Jadzia and Curzon buried his memories, but Curzon wasn't aware of the memories to bury them. We learnt in Equilibrun that the Symbiosis commission put a memory block on the memories, and only when the block broke down did Jadzia gain access to the memories. Joran should know this, as he would have access to Jadzia's memories of this event.

Correction: Joran is an unstable personality whose recollections can't necessarily be taken at face value. Furthermore, since the collective memories are carried in one symbiont, the block affects more than one personality's memories.

JC Fernandez

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