Starring: Alexander Siddig, Armin Shimerman, Avery Brooks, Cirroc Lofton, Colm Meaney, Jeffrey Combs, Michael Dorn, Nana Visitor, Nicole de Boer, Rene Auberjonois, Terry Farrell
Genres: Action, Drama, Sci-fi, Thriller
Trials and Tribble-ations - S5-E6
Question: Wouldn't Sisko have created a paradox by identifying himself by his real name to James T. Kirk before returning to the future?
Chosen answer: No. He's given his name, that's all. Nothing there that might lead to a paradox. If he's gone into detail about his time travelling, that might cause an issue or two, but simply stating his name does nothing.
Answer: No more so than Sisko posing for a photo in the 21st century while pretending to be Gabriel Bell.
Answer: His last name is something Kirk will forget, since he was on temporary assignment and essentially passing through.
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Julian Bashir: They broke seven of your transverse ribs and fractured your clavicle!Elim Garak: Ah, but I got off several cutting remarks which no doubt did serious damage to their egos.
During the fight between Garak and Worf near the end of the episode, a Jefferies tube door is knocked out of its frame to reveal the end of the set - a dark room with a wooden scaffold and various other pieces of equipment. (Slow-mo helpful but not required)
Buck Bokai, a baseball player from the 21st Century, who becomes "real" in this episode, broke Joe DiMaggio's consecutive hitting streak in 2026. While he's not physically seen or referred to by name, this fact is mentioned in the 'Star Trek: The Next Generation' episode "The Big Goodbye."