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"* B'Etor appears to beam aboard Tahna's runabout backwards, although given that her hand is on her disruptor, it is possible she anticipated a trap of some kind."
Could it be that she and Lursa are beaming in facing opposite directions so as to be able to ward off an attack from either direction?
According IMDB and StarTrek.Com, "First Aired" is January 10th. --ElAuriano 09:09, 9 January 2007 (UTC)
This episode is titled "Past Prologue." An episode from Once And Again's (which starred Jeffery Nordling, this episode's guest star) first season was titled "The Past Is Prologue." In that episode, the main characters, Rick and Lily, recall how their respective marriages failed.  - Adambomb1701 15:09, 23 May 2007 (UTC)
USS Yangtzee Kiang
Is it just me, or did the Yangtzee Kiang stop a little bit too sudden when Tahna ejected the bomb? It did after all stop like it had met a wall.--The Picard 17:39, 17 February 2009 (UTC)
Background info - Removed non-BG speculation
Removed non-BG speculation:
- B'Etor appears to beam aboard Tahna's runabout backwards, although given that her hand is on her disruptor, it is possible she anticipated a trap of some kind.
Joeloveland 17:04, November 5, 2009 (UTC)
- It could be the first time the word "latinum" was used, though in "Emissary" the Cardassians in Quark's Bar before it was "closed" were given a bag (Odo) to put their winnings in, though the "winnings" were not identified. The script just calls it gold, though. 31dot (talk) 23:50, July 9, 2013 (UTC)
Kor and Noric
According to the script, Tahna stands talking (MOS) with two rugged Bajoran Men, KOR and NORIC. This is immediately after the line "The arrival on this station, for instance, of those two Kohn-Ma terrorists". Do we have pictures of these two characters? --NetSpiker (talk) 05:47, February 24, 2017 (UTC)