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Worst Episode Ever Edit

I know there was a little background info about how "disapointing" this episode was but maybe more could be added. I know opinion is generally discouraged here but I think this is a leading contender for the worst epiosde in all of Star Trek. I would apriciate any data confirming this opinion from anyone who worked on the show. The preceding unsigned comment was added by Vince47 (talk • contribs).

"A little"? I count four separate Background items, three of which are from people "who worked on the show". Apriciate? Disapointing. Epiosde!

You're absolutely right. I just felt that there should be more evidence. It was that bad. The preceding unsigned comment was added by Vince47 (talk • contribs).

what?! I just saw this episode and I thought it was pretty enjoyable. Sure the last act with the cavern dragged a little but the twist was good, albeit a little obvious (the moment Bashir was removed from the game it was clear something like that was coming). I'd say it's better than a lot of the rest of season 1, certainly nowhere near the wost in Trek. Worse than Threshold? Spock's Brain? Sub Rosa?! -- 07:28, July 24, 2013 (UTC)
It's not as bad as people remember. "Children of Time" is a much worse episode. Lt.Lovett (talk) 17:49, March 12, 2014 (UTC)

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  • Avery Brooks has cited this as his least favorite episode.

Tom 01:48, 27 May 2008 (UTC)

Irrelevant Edit

  • Wadi is an Eritrean word, meaning child or son. It is also an Arabic word meaning "valley" (sometimes with the sense of a dry riverbed), and has been appropriated into English with this sense.

Removed as irrelevant. — Morder (talk) 06:36, September 27, 2009 (UTC)

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The following notes have no citation, so they're here

-- Tom (talk) 11:04, October 26, 2015 (UTC)