Given a chance, a couple of Ferengi could exploit a whole planet. That’s exactly what happens in the Delta Quadrant until Voyager comes along and tries to dethrone these “gods” from their followers. Mission Log explores False Profits.
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I was surprised at how risqué the servant women’s costumes were for the 90s.
Indeed! They certainly were pushing the boundaries – in the tradition of Bill Theiss, and reinvented for the ’90s.