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The Rewatch 214: The Nagus

Series: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (DS9)
Episode: 1:11 The Nagus (0215/1993)
Rating: 3/5
Redshirt Status: 0/1

Notable Guest Stars:
Max Grodenchik (Rom) – Grodenchik has played several Ferengi characters over the years, but his most lasting and most known role is that of Rom, Quark’s brother.

Aron Eisenberg (Nog) – Aron Eisenberg makes his first appearance as Rom’s son Nog in this episode.  Nog has one of the best storylines in the series, so pay attention to this character (and actor)

Wallace Shawn (Grand Nagus Zek) – Wallace Shawn of “Never fight with a Sicilian When Death is on the line!” fame has been one of my favorite guest actors.  I love him as Zek, and I also loved his roles in the aforementioned Princess Bride,  as well as Clueless and Crossing Jordan where he plays the titular character’s therapist for a few seasons.

Lee Arenberg (Gral) – Lee Arenberg more recently might recongised as Grumpy, from Once Upon a Time and as a member of Black Pearl’s crew in Pirates of the Caribbean.

Lou Wagner (Krax) – Lou Wagner has already graced our screen as Daimon Solok.

Barry Gordon (Nava)- Gordon was a actor, Talk show host, and SAG president from 1988-1995 (which would mean as this episode was made and aired).  He also did voice acting, and therefore part of my first fandom obsession:  Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.  He did the voice of Donatello.  He has been acting since he was three years old and continues to be active in the field.

Tiny Ron Taylor (Maihar’du) – Taylor will also appear on Star Trek Voyager.  He tends to be typecast due to his very tall height of 7 feet.  He was also a professional basketball player, even playing on the rarely known Pittsburgh Condors.  Well, that may be because they only lasted about five years.  Unfortunately, he died in 2019.


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The Rewatch 149: Ménage a Troi

Series: Star Trek: TNG
Episode: 3.24 Menage a Troi
Rating: 5/5
Redshirt Status: 0/1/22.5

Notable Guest Stars:

Majel Barret (Lwaxana Troi) I don’t really think I need to note anything about Majel anymore.  She’s the First Lady of Trek.
Frank Corsentino
(Daimon Tog)- Corsentio’s last three roles (according to IMDB) were on Star Trek.  He has played Daimon Bok from an earlier episode and will later appear as Gegis on Voyager.
Ethan Phillips
(Farek) Speaking of Voyager, Ethan Phillips may be a guest star on this episode, but he will appear as a regular on Voyager as Neelix.
Carel Strucken
( Mr. Homm) I love Mr. Homm.


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The Rewatch 133: The Price

Series: Star Trek:TNG
Episode: 3.08 The Price (11-13-1989)
Rating:  4/5
Redshirt Status: 0/1/22.5

Notable Guest Stars:

Matt McCoy – Devinoni Ral  He has most recently been in the Jack Ryan series produced by Amazon.
Elizabeth Hoffman –
Bhavani.  She was most known for her role in Sisters, but I’m just going to point out its Catherine Langford on Stargate SG-1.  According to IMDB that was her last role in 1998.
Castulo Guerra –
Seth Mendoza.  Recent credits include Madam Secretary and Jane the virgin. He also guested on The West Wing.
Scott Thomson –
Goss.  The credit I know him for is his role in 1996’s Twister.
An Shor- 
Arridor.  He will continue this role in 1996, in Voyager.
Kevin Peter Hall –
Leyor.  He played Harry in Harry & The Hendersons.  Unfortunately, he died in 1991 at 35.


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Rewatch 82: The Last Outpost

Series: Star Trek The Next Generation
Episode: 1.05 The Last Outpost (10-19-87)
Rating: 3/5
Redshirt Status: 0/0

Notable Guest Stars:
Armin Shimerman – Letek. Its odd seeing him as anything else but Quark. You might also know him from Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Mike Gomze – Daimon Tarr. He has appeared in the film The Big Lebowski
Darryl Henriques – Portal. He would appear as guest and background actors on several episodes of Trek.


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