32: Deja Q (3.13)

Synopsis: In where “Deja” makes no sense in context but hey, “Q!”

Memory Alpha Summary:  Ignore the cameo by Corbin Bernsen

Review:  While not an extraordinarily memorable episode from a conflict standpoint, John De Lancie gives his absolute best performance to date on the show.  This episode is non-stop laughs from start to finish and writer Richard Danus took the “god becomes mortal” concept and executed it with style.  Q is so infectious that every time I watch this episode I shout out in unison:

“Au contraire, mon capitan!  Heeeeee’s baaaack!

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