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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 

Nov 15, 2018

Strap yourselves in and get ready for a ride as we invite faithful listener Alexander Smith to join us for the Bashirtastic season 3 episode, Distant Voices! We've got a lot of ground to cover, as we dig deep into the Emmy-winning make-up effects of rapidly aging Bashir, the origins of this very podcast's intro,...


Oct 31, 2018

Ooooh it's time for a game changer! In an episode that is often credited with launching the main DS9 story line into action, this episode features the introduction of a new ship, a new Canadian friend, and a whole host of other firsts! Our old Canadian friend, Barm, busts his way in to discuss Sisko bullying Quark,...


Oct 25, 2018

It’s the exciting conclusion to the Summer of Star Trek, all the way in late October!   This time the gang finds themselves so wrapped in joy by Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (the one with the whales), that they can’t help but shoot this gigantic whale of a podcast right out of their quivering blowholes.  It’s...


Oct 17, 2018

We finally made it! We're sitting down to chat about what is often cited as the single best episode of Deep Space Nine and we promise that we've delivered no less than the BEST episode of Reopening the Wormhole to match it! After all, what could be better than listening to three white men trying to examine racism and...


Oct 4, 2018

No show is perfect - even one as great as Deep Space Nine. And today, the guys are covering an episode that has been voted by fans as the worst episode of the show! And besides being one of the least funny Ferengi episodes, this episode is problematic when viewed through a modern lens in several other ways. And who...