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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – Celebrating a Timeless Classic

Twenty-four years ago today, I was seven years old. From what I can recall: I was an awkward youngin’, in love with Star Trek The Next Generation, Star Wars, Power Rangers and Sailor Moon (though that would come out in a few years). Oh, almost forgot. I was a big time fan of the FOX’s X-Men the Animated Series. I guess I was a geek before I knew what a geek was.

But on January 4, 1993, my world basically changed in the best way possible. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine debuted.

Like I said, I was already a big fan of Star Trek. I religiously watched Star Trek: The Next Generation and got the chills every time Captain Picard got super passionate. It was always refreshing.

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Star Trek: The Animated Series – Netflix’s Best Kept Secret?

As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Star Trek: The Original Series, I thought I would shine a mini-spotlight on a show that rarely gets mentioned when fans talk about their favourite Star Trek series.

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Celebrating Star Trek’s 50th with our Favorite Episodes–Part Two

Editor’s Note: In our continued celebration the 50th anniversary of Star Trek’s 50 we are rolling out batches of our favorite episodes throughout the many seasons. Missed some? Check out part one

Star Trek: The Original SeriesThe Trouble with Tribbles, Season 2, Episode 13

The back story of this episode is about the Federation and the Klingon Empire wanting to claim Sherman’s Planet. With both sides signing a treaty saying that whoever can develop the planet first, gets claim.

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