Prod # Title Stardate Airdate DS93's Rating
Visitor Rating
Synopsis

421 The Homecoming Unknown 1993.09.27 * * *
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When Quark is given a Bajoran earing to pass on to the Bajoran government, Kira requests the use of a runabout to rescue a Bajoran prisonner of war from Cardassia IV; one who is seen as a hero to the people of Bajor. Meanwhile, an underground Bajoran activist group starts causing problems on the station. Teleplay by: Ira Steven Behr. Story by: Jeri Taylor and Ira Steven Behr. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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422 The Circle Unknown 1993.10.04 * * ½
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When Kira is released from her duties on DS9, she takes some time out to visit the Vedek monestary on Bajor, before looking into why she was replaced in the first place. Meanwhile, the Bajoran activist group known as the circle is causing more and more problems on not only the station, but Bajor as well; they even go so far as to kidnap Kira, when she starts to get too close. Written by: Peter Allan Fields. Directed by: Corey Allen.
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423 The Siege Unknown 1993.10.11 * * * ½
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When the Circle gains control of the Bajoran Government, they force complete surrender of the station, and demand that all non-Bajoran personnel leave the system, and Bajoran personel, simply to return to Bajor. Written by: Michael Piller. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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424 Invasive Procedures 47182.1 1993.10.18 * ½
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With the approach of an ion storm, the station is evacuated except for key personel. But when a ship with storm damage, requests emergency docking, they commandeer the station, and their leader, a Trill, requests that the Dax symbiant be placed in his body, meaning the death of Jadzia. Teleplay by: John Whelpley and Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Story by: John Whelpley. Directed by: Les Landau.
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425 Cardassians 47177.2 1993.10.25 * * *
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When a young Cardassian orphan, with Bajoran parents, bites Garak on the hand, secrets from the Cardassian's occupation and decision to leave are revealed; and tensions on the station increase as question of the boy's possible abuse by his Bajoran parents come into play. Teleplay by: James Crocker. Story by: Gene Wolande & John Wright. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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426 Melora 47229.1 1993.11.01 * * ½
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When the station's new cartagrapher, Melora, comes on board Julian is thrilled, but because her homeworld has a lighter gravity, she is forced to use a wheelchair to get around and she hates it when she even suspects someone of catering to her out of pity. But when Julien discovers a treatment process that will allow her to walk, she has a serious choice to make. And later, when a deal goes sour for Quark, not only Quark, but also Dax and Melora are taken hostage on a runabout. Teleplay by: Evan Carlos Somers and Steven Baum and Michael Piller & James Crocker. Story by: Evan Carlos Somers. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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427 Rules Of Acquisition Unknown 1993.11.08 * * * ½
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Nagus Zek comes aboard to ask Quark to oversee some Gamma quadrant negotiations. Meanwhile, Quark, himself enlists the services of his new bartender, to help gain more profit. Little does he realize that his new bartender is actually a Ferengi female masquarading as a man to make profit; but in the process has fallen in love with Quark. Teleplay by: Ira Steven Behr. Story by: Hilary Bader. Directed by: David Livingston.
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428 Necessary Evil 47282.5 1993.11.15 * * * ½
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When Quark is hired to steal a list of names, and an attempt is made on his life, which sends him into a coma, it reopens a five year old murder case which Odo never solved, one in which both Kira and the victim's wife, the one who hired Quark to steal the list, were suspects. Written by: Peter Allan Fields. Directed by: James L. Conway.
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429 Second Sight 47329.4 1993.11.22 * * ½
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Ben falls in love with a woman, Fatima, who he later discovers to be Nadelle, the wife of a terraformer intending to rejuvinate a dead star, and who has no memory of him. Ben then decides to accompany Nadelle's husband on his mission to get some answers. But when Fatima finally says she can she can stop dissappearing, Nadelle's vital signs begin to fail after she enters a coma. Teleplay by: Mark Gehred-O'Connell and Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Story by: Mark Gehred-O'Connell. Directed by: Alexander Singer.
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430 Sanctuary 47391.2 1993.11.29 * * * ½
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A group of refugees from the Gamma Quadrant, known as the Screeans comes aboard in search of freedom after their population of 3 million finally escaped their captors when their world was invaded by a race working for the Dominion. Desparate to find their new home, they proclaim Bajor as Kintana, their legendary planet of freedom. Teleplay by: Frederick Rappaport. Story by: Gabe Essoe & Kelley Miles. Directed by: Les Landau.
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431 Rivals Unknown 1994.01.03 * * ½
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Rules of probablity suddenly begin to change on the station and one either has a great amount of luck or none at all, when a rival for Quark opens up a new casino on the station, with the help of a new and unusual device. Meanwhile O'Brien doesn't have much luck against Bashir in racketball, in the court, he built. Teleplay by: Joe Menosky. Story by: Jim Trombetta and Michael Piller. Directed by: David Livingston.
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432 The Alternate 47391.7 1994.01.10 * * *
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Dr. Moray, the Bajoran scientist who studied Odo, comes for a visit, and together, in the Gamma Quadrant, they discover a possible link to Odo's past. Later when attacks start to happen aboard the station, it is believed to be a lifeform sample they brought back with them, but it may actually be Odo. Teleplay by: Bill Dial. Story by: Jim Trombetta and Bill Dial. Directed by: David Carson.
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433 Armageddon Game Unknown 1994.01.31 * * *
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While assisting a two races, who had recently made peace, in destroying their harvesters, weapons of biological warfare, Bashir and O'Brien are attacked and forced to beam themselves down to a desolate area of the planet below; however, during the attack O'Brien became infected by the last harvester. Meanwhile, Sisko and the rest of DS9 are informed that Bashir and O'Brien are already dead. Written by: Morgan Gendel. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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434 Whispers 47581.2 1994.02.07 * * * *
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Upon returning from a conference on Piranna II about security arrangements for upcoming peacetalk discussions on DS9, O'Brien begins to strange behavioral differences in everyone, including his wife and daughter. Fearing the worst, O'Brien flees the station to try and warn the Pirannans. Written by: Paul Robert Coyle. Directed by: Les Landau.
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435 Paradise 47573.1 1994.02.14 * *
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While searching for a suitable planet for a new Federation colony, Sisko and O'Brien uncover one that already has a Federation colony that isn't on the books. Upon beaming down to investigate, they become trapped in a colony with no technology and discover that theirs no longer works; while their runabout is later discovered light-years away, traveling unmanned at warp speed. Teleplay by: Jeff King and Richard Manning & Hans Beimler. Story by: Jim Trombetta and Jame Crocker. Directed by: Corey Allen.
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436 Shadowplay 47603.3 1994.02.21 * * * ½
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While investigating omicron-theta partic-les in the Gamma quadrant, Dax and Odo happen upon a village where people are vanishing without a trace. Meanwhile, on DS9, Kira tries to keep an eye on Quark in Odo's absence but is intimately diverted by the arrival of Vedek Borile. Also Ben gets his son to work as O'Brien's assistant in preparation for Academy, but does Jake want Starfleet? Written by: Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Directed by: Robert Scheerer.
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437 Playing God Unknown 1994.02.28 * * *
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Dax becomes worried that Arjin, a perspective Trill Host, whom she is training, may by unfit for joining. Meanwhile Sisko must decide what to do about new proto-universe, still in the very early stages of development, which Jadzia and Arjun accidentally brought back from the Gamma Quadrant. While O'Brien has his hands full trying to get rid of Cardassian Voles. Teleplay by: Jim Trombetta and Michael Piller. Story by: Jim Trombetta. Directed by: David Livingston.
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438 Profit And Loss Unknown 1994.03.21 * * * *
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Quark is head over heels in love when his old Cardassian lover arrives on the station with two other Cardassian political fugitives. But when Garak informs the Cardassian government of their presence on the station, they must flee, except Quark is unwilling to let the love of his life walk out on him twice. Written by: Flip Kobler & Cindy Marcus. Directed by: Robert Wiemer.
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439 Blood Oath Unknown 1994.03.28 * * * * *
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When three elderly Klingons, Kor (TOS #27 "Errand Of Mercy"), Koloth (TOS #42 "The Trouble With Tribbles"), and Kang (TOS #66 "The Day Of The Dove") arrive on the station, Jadzia Dax feels that she must honour the blood oath Curzon Dax had made with one of them 81 years prior; and avenge the death of her namesake and godson. Television Story and Teleplay by: Peter Allan Fields. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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440 The Maquis, Part I Unknown 1994.04.25 * * * * ½
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When a Cardassian freighter departing DS9 explodes, Gul Dukat shows up unexpectedly at the station and asks Sisko to accomany him to the Demilitarized Zone, formed after new Cardassian/Federation border talks (re: ST:TNG #272 "Journey's End"). Upon approach they witness heavily armed Cardassian shuttles firing on an unarmed Federation freighter. Upon arrival at the colonies, they find heated discussions between the colony leaders. Back on DS9, Gul Ducat, awaiting transport back to Cardassia is kidnapped by group of Federation Terrorists who call themselves "The Maquis". Teleplay by: James Crocker. Story by: Rick Berman & Michael Piller & Jeri Taylor and James Crocker. Directed by: David Livingston.
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441 The Maquis, Part II Unknown 1994.05.02 * * * *
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Attempts at talks with the Maquis fail and the Cardassian Central Command accuse Ducat of smuggling weapons into the Demilitarized Zone, while Maquis aboard DS9 are caught after buying weapons from Quark. With information aquired from them Sisko and Ducat go out to try to stop a raid on a Cardassian border colony, believed to a contain a weopons depot. Teleplay by: Ira Steven Behr. Story by: Rick Berman & Michael Piller & Jeri Taylor and Ira Steven Behr. Directed by: Corey Allen.
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442 The Wire Unknown 1994.05.09 * * * *
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When Garak starts to look unwell and asks Quark to order an illegal device from one of his Cardassian contacts, Bashir gets more than he bargained for when he tries to find out why. Garak admits to him that a pleasure giving device in his head has, meant for torture purposes, has become a narcotic and has been on for the past two years. However, the device was not meant for continuous use and is now malfunctioning. Garak also gives Bashir some insight, composed of true lies, about his past. Written by: Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Directed by: Kim Friedman.
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443 Crossover Unknown 1994.05.16 * * * * *
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When returning from New Bajor in the Gamma Quadrant, Kira and Bashir discover a plasma leak which they finally get under control in the Wormhole. But, upon their return they find that DS9 is back in orbit around Bajor, and that all terrans have become slave workers for the Alliance, which is composed of Bajorans, Cardassians, and Klingons. They soon discover that this society is the result of Captain J. T. Kirk's words to Commander Spock in the alternate universe (TOS #39 "Mirror, Mirror"). Teleplay by: Peter Allan Fields and Michael Piller. Story by: Peter Allan Fields. Directed by: David Livingston.
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444 The Collaborator Unknown 1994.05.23 * * *
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As elections for the new Kai of Bajor loom nearer, a Bajoran, termed Cardassian Collaborator, returns from Cardassia Prime, and reveals to Vedek Winn that the late Prylor Bek, who hung himself on the promenade eight years ago as a collaborator, was actually innocent and ordered by Vedek Borile, the man most favoured to be the next Kai. Kira, who as late has become quite intimate with Borile, is ordered by Winn to investigate and discover whether or not Borile was a collaborator. Teleplay by: Gary Holland and Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Story by: Gary Holland. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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445 Tribunal 47944.2 1994.06.06 * * * *
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While heading off on vacation with his wife, O'Brien is taken prisoner and accused of, convicted of, and sentenced to execution for a crime which he knows nothing about. Odo, who was made a member of the Cardassian court during the occupation, manages to get himself a role in the defence party, and accompanies Keiko to watch the "trial". Meanwhile, back on DS9, Sisko and crew try to figure out what O'Brien is accused of and try to prove him innocent. Written by: Bill Dial. Directed by: Avery Brooks.
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446 The Jem'Hadar Unknown 1994.06.13 * * * * ½
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Sisko and Quark take Jake and Nog to the Gamma Quadrant so they can to a planetary survey for their school science project. But while there, Sisko and Quark are captured and taken hostage by a race known as the Jem'Hadar, and the strong arm of the Dominion. Prelude to "The Search". Written by: Ira Steven Behr. Directed by: Kim Friedman.
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