Miles' Magic Fingers Hit the Spot! Review of Star Trek DS9: Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places Season 5, Episode 3 TNL Rating: 6 Solid Running Time 1:49 Episode Times 0:01 Intro Skit 0:03 Summary, Vitals, and Trivia 0:05 Review 1:31 Trivia 1:46 TNL bloopers/extras Episode Info Love suffocates the people in DS9. Watch as Worf, Quark, Grilka, Dax, O'Brien, Kira, and Keiko cross their lucky stars and love stories are told. This episode, which we initially expected to be a quick one, turned out really long! We discuss the obliviousness of Keiko and Worf, relationship awkwardness, cultural clashes, the Curzon/Jadzia overlap, the Klingon caste system vs the American class system, Klingon love, the best Bashir moment in the series, why Worf's best attempts at courtship are like a teenager's attempts, why the Klingons are like Deatheaters, and why didn't this episode have a conclusion to the main plot. In the trivia section, we find out that a group of Klingons is called a massacre, and in the bloopers/extras section we have a discussion of Quatloos and Patreon. Episode Pictures (click for hi-res): Crew of the Relativity Captain Chris Sixx, a Trill Science Officer Keri, possibly a Q Engineering Officer Mike, a photonic engineer Hologram Ben, a photonic person who interferes Join the crew of the USS Relativity in the 31st century as they travel back in time to review previous missions of great Starfleet ships and space stations. After reviewing each episode, the crew also tries earning quatloos by answering historical trivia. Do you have feedback? Send us videos, voice mails, audio files, and emails at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you like our podcast, please consider giving us a nice 5 star review on iTunes. That will help us grow and keep us going, and prevent someone from going to the agony booth! Next Episode: For Treknologic's 200th episode, the USS Relativity is going back on time to April 5, 2063. We have to investigate a time incident and make sure all time incursions there are approved by Temporal Command as we review the TNG movie "First Contact."