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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 

Apr 17, 2019

With Hollow Man and the Winter of Star Trek (& Our Discontent) over, the boys have re-materialized and are ready to talk DS9 yet again, and they’re so excited about it. And how could they not be? Worf and Dax are BACK! And they’re having one of their best episodes ever here. On a daring rescue mission to save...


Apr 10, 2019

Just a few weeks into spring, the Winter of Star Trek & Our Discontent is closing out, with an exploration of our discontent via the middling-to-bad 2000 thriller Hollow Man. None of the guys are quite certain about why they’re doing this, but what they are certain of is that Sebastian Cain is a CREEP! They’ll be...


Apr 3, 2019

You ever wake up to an alarming discovery? Like you slept through your alarm, or you have 10 urgent new unread messages, or you are actually a Cardassian and have been your entire life? We can relate, and so can Kira, in this tense episode from season 3! As Kira tries to sort out whether she is who she thinks she is,...


Apr 1, 2019

We’re dipping our toes into one of our favorite story arcs this week: the season 8 arc! And in this episode, we’re right in the middle of all the insanity: two races who have hardly interacted are becoming allies to face the incoming threat of the Terran Empire; meanwhile, Jake & Nog get into some shenanigans that...


Mar 27, 2019

The Winter of Star Trek & Our Discontent is nearing completion! Today we bring you the final in our series of Star Trek movie episodes. And what better place to end than with the original Star Trek film, enigmatically titled Star Trek: The Motion Picture. It is a truly bizarre and utterly fascinating piece of American...