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WATCH: Sisko And Crew Sing “Wonderful Deep Space Nine”

WATCH: Sisko And Crew Sing "Wonderful Deep Space Nine"

With Thanksgiving now in the rear-view mirror and the month of December finally upon us, the season of holiday decorating has begun. For many of us, that means Christmas trees, stockings hung on the mantle, wreaths on our front doors and strands of tiny lights strung up outside our homes. But what about Captain Benjamin Sisko and the crew of Deep Space Nine? I wonder if they’re feeling the holiday cheer? A video mashup by Youtube user John C. Worsley just might answer that burning question.

Watch the video below, as the Emissary himself, along with Kira, Odo, Jadzia Dax, Miles O’Brien, Worf, Dr. Bashir, Dukat, Garak, Weyoun and even Quark sing “Wonderful Deep Space Nine.”

Simply… commanding… a wonderful Deep Space Nine. I will never hear that song the same way again.

(photo and video: John C. Worsley)

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