Our third trip into the Star Trek universe and out to the Frontier with Benjamin Sisko and the crew of Deep Space Nine. It’s my personal favorite Star Trek series (and one of my all-time favorites). How well do your know the fourth series and the only one to take place on space station?
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Welcome to the edge of the Final Frontier.
Hey there, gang. I’m your host, Brian Rollins and this is the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast. Every week, we get into another geeky trivia topic. This week, it’s my personal favorite show of all time, Star Trek Deep Space Nine. I’m an all around Trekker, but there’s something about DS9 that makes me watch it over and over.
If you’re new, welcome aboard. Be sure to clear anything you brought on board with Odo. If you need some rules and regulations, you can find them at Dorky Geeky Nerdy dot com slash rules.
Grab a runabout, and let’s head for the Gamma Quadrant.
The Dorky Round
The Geeky Round
3. Which klingons who first appeared in the original series returned for Deep Space Nine's 'Blood Oath' in season two?
9. Which episode saw Chief O'Brien sentenced to have twenty years of imprisonment implanted in his memory?
The Nerdy Round
4. The temporal agents featured in 'Trials and Tribble-ations' were named as anagrams for the leads of what contemporaneous series?
And we’re back at the station. I hope you enjoyed our little trip into another Star Trek series.
Like I said, it’s my personal favorite. What’s yours? Swing by Facebook or Twitter and drop us a note. As we wrap up the year, we’re also looking for suggestions for shows in 2020, so don’t be shy.
Speaking of future episodes, here’s your clue for next week:
“The earliest surviving examples of one of these is the De re coquinaria from the first century.”
That’s all for now. I’m your host, Brian Rollins. Thanks for listening and walk with the Prophets my child.