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Reopening the Wormhole is a weekly podcast in which three Deep Space Nine obsessives tackle a randomly selected episode from the series and analyze all the things they love and hate about it. Each week, they'll try to determine the funniest lines out of context, deliver their very official review scores and much more! Make sure to stick around until the end, so you don't miss it when they spin the Dabo wheel to reveal next week's episode! 

Featuring Jack Stovold, Sam Stovold and Kevin Young 

Aug 9, 2018

Are you feeling lucky? PUNK? Well, the Reopening the Wormhole crew feels damned lucky in that this week they're getting the opportunity to talk about RIVALS, the luckiest episode of all of Star Trek! Yes, it's time for us to dive into Miles O'Brien's descent into infant-like temper tantrums, Bashir's unending search for...


Aug 1, 2018

Have you ever danced with the Sisko in the pale moonlight? Well you better believe that Garak does in this episode! We're covering one of the most beloved and important episodes in Deep Space Nine history today, and we've brought along married couple Paul & Jacalyn Wall to discuss Sisko's darkest hour, the morality of...


Jul 29, 2018

For this early O’Brien adventure, Eric Deutsch of Flash Gordon Minute comes straight from Emperor Ming’s court to the far flung frontier reaches of the Alpha Quadrant to discuss the first alien who came from the wormhole.  And in so doing, realizes that he is in fact, Tosk.  In a way, we are all Tosk.  But...


Jul 18, 2018

The great Summer of Star Trek has officially begun! Surely, it's the best of times as we kick things off with what is often thought of as the most beloved of all Trek films, The Wrath of Khan! Journey with us as we take a crack at the Kobayashi Maru with Saavik, express our undying love for Ricardo Montalban, dive...


Jul 7, 2018

This week, Kristina Kephart returns to discuss the middle of this three-parter from season 2, including the Black-Haired Asshole, Minister Ja Rule, Quark becoming a deputy, and a madcap ensemble comedy scene that feels right out of a 1930s movie. Don’t let the 3-hour run-time fool you; the recording of this episode...