Quark has a point.
It’s so easy to believe “we” – whoever we are – understand the way life should be lived, that if everyone else would simply believe as we do, the world would be perfect. 294 more words
In some ways, The Magnificent Ferengi serves as a logical end point for the Ferengi.
It is, after all, the last good Ferengi episode of the Berman era as a whole. 3,865 more words
I’ve completed my re-watch of “Star Trek: The Next Generation.” Now it’s time to start Deep Space Nine! I am much less familiar with this show, though I’m pretty sure I’ve seen about 80-90% of the episodes. 1,091 more words
The Ferengi are our rulers now, and the constitution has been replaced by the Rules of Acquisition. Worse, we are surrounded on every side by battalions of ignorant, hate-filled cowards, who believe that everyone who isn’t exactly the same as they are is out to get them. 51 more words
Written by: Herbert Wright and Richard Krzmeien /\ Directed by: Richard Colla
Originally aired: October 19, 1987
The episode begins with the Enterprise in pursuit of a Ferengi vessel, which apparently stole an energy converter from one of the nearby Federation outposts. 1,705 more words