“Cheesy Cardassian fascist eyesore.”
The jokes start flying rapid and livid as soon as the Cerritos drops out of warp early in the most recent episode of “Decrease Decks,” as the unique theme music from “Deep House 9” kicks in and the acquainted locale comes into view … till Safety Leader Shaxs (Fred Tatasciore) hilariously ruins the temper by way of spitting venom on the house station’s design. That and the outlet gag that includes the Cerritos slowly circling across the house station for an insufferable period of time — a crack on the opening identify collection of “Deep House 9,” which won a certain quantity of lighthearted pushback for its ponderous and reasonably solemn credit — lend a hand set the tone for what is to come back on this episode of “Decrease Decks.”
However for the ones short of context, some background knowledge could not harm!
Deep House 9 used to be initially commanded by way of the hated Cardassians (who named it Terok Nor, on the time) and constructed by way of enslaved Bajorans whilst their within sight house international Bajor used to be beneath career, smartly explaining the Bajoran Shaxs’ lingering emotions of unwell will on the mere sight of it. After the ceasing of hostilities (formally, a minimum of) and the Cardassian withdrawal, “Deep House 9” (the sequence, now not the station) started right kind with Starfleet stepping in and changing into an advanced presence at the station — Bajor retained territorial rights over the station thru its Bajoran first officer, Kira Nerys (Nana Customer, who returns to voice her fan-favorite persona), whilst Starfleet despatched Benjamin Sisko (Avery Brooks) to take at the function of station commander.
By the point our “Decrease Decks” staff arrives, Kira has since been promoted to the highest function and has acclimated neatly to the trials of overseeing the day by day routines of the station, giving fanatics a welcome sense of closure.