|Original post date:||2007|
|Next episode:||"Thicker Than Water"|
Summary[edit | edit source]
After dealing the final blow to the M'Tar-controlled Myhr'an weeks before, the crew of the dry-docked Cantabrian are going stir-crazy aboard Deep Space 4. Marie Bourget is still in a coma, her daughter Helena holding the cure but missing as a wanted fugitive. Antonio Fernandes and Ethan Arden are hard at work with their teams, repairing the ship. And Noah Wrightson is having a hard time keeping himself busy on a stationary object.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- We learn the Federation and the Romulans are amongst some of the governments assist the decimated Myhr'an recover from the M'Tar onslaught.
- This episode marks the only appearance of the Treaty Killers in season two.
- Unlike "White Flag", which hints about Benjamin Caldwell and Helena Bourget's genetic alterations by the M'Tar or Na'arbi, this episode establishes Caldwell (after his further alteration in "Better the Devil You Know") is a person of interest to the Treaty Killers as well.