Darth Vader also dies.
And Voyager gets back to Earth! Crazy, right?
Anyway, johnnypark, don't worry about it -- most of what has been said is vague enough that nothing much has been spoiled.
Just in case, though, the thing that disappointed me the most was
oh get over it. It was pretty good.
I think this is the frustrating part. It was pretty good. It should have been amazing. It should have been great. The last season was lazy in a lot of ways. They had all that time to decide what to do with all the players and I honestly think they could have come up with something better.
It is yet another indication that there never was much long-term planning on any Trek show, even though that's the very thing that made DS9 thrive. I'm still kind of astonished that they
I do think they should get a pass for Ezri Dax. There really wasn't much they could do. Casting changes like that interrupt the flow and the vibe and can make hash of a series, and there isn't really time to build up the new character and take her somewhere interesting in the final season. This happened to Babylon 5, too. I know I believe that Season 5 would have been a lot better had Claudia Christian not departed.
Ezri wasn't the fault of the actress, who did everything she could. I could blame the writers, but I think they tried. It just wasn't going to be something that was ever going to be great. It's a minor accomplishment that it wasn't awful, and Nicole de Boer deserves a gold star for making the best of a bad situation.