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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! 220.127.116.11
- 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?! --18.104.22.168 07:28, July 24, 2013 (UTC)
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- Avery Brooks has cited this as his least favorite episode.
– Tom 01:48, 27 May 2008 (UTC)
- 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.
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- This episode was ranked last in Entertainment Weekly's evaluation of the first two seasons of the show.
- The poll run in 1999 by Sci-Fi Entertainment which saw "In the Pale Moonlight" voted as Deep Space Nine's best show, ""Profit and Lace"" was voted its worst, followed by "Move Along Home" and "Let He Who Is Without Sin...".