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

447 The Search, Part I 48212.4 1994.09.26 * * * * ½
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With the threat of a Jem'Hadar attack on DS9 iminent, Sisko brings the Defiant home from Earth, a Federation ship with a cloaking device on loan from the Romulans. Sisko and crew take the Defiant to the Gamma Quadrant in search of the founders. While there, the ship's cloak is penetrated and the ship is attacked by the Jem'Hadar. During the battle Kira and Odo escape aboard a shuttle to an asteroid where Odo finally finds his people. Teleplay by: Ronald D. Moore. Story by: Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Directed by: Kim Friedman.
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448 The Search, Part II Unknown 1994.10.03 * * * *
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Odo is asked to study his shapeshifting ability more closely to actually learn and feel what it's like to be the forms he takes on. Meanwhile, Sisko and the others apparently make it back to the station, where they supposedly begin talks with the founders. Teleplay by: Ira Steven Behr. Story by: Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Directed by: Jonathan Frakes.
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449 The House Of Quark Unknown 1994.10.10 * * * * *
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When a drunk Klingon accidentally kills himself in Quark's bar, Quark claims that he killed him in self-defense, forcing his widow to marry Quark in order to keep her late husband's house from falling, allowing her disowned brother-in-law to claim it. Teleplay by: Ronald D. Moore. Story by: Tom Benko. Directed by: Les Landau.
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450 Equilibrium Unknown 1994.10.17 * * * ½
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When Dax can't get a tune she's never heard before, by a late Trill composer, out of her head, she begins to hallucinate. When her condition worsens, the crew take her back to the Trill homeworld, where they learn she is dying due to a possible coverup of a host she never knew about. Teleplay by: René Echevarria. Story by: Christopher Teague. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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451 Second Skin Unknown 1994.10.24 * * * *
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When Kira is questioned about life in a slave camp, she can't even remember being in, she is kidnapped and taken to Cardassia Prime, where her features are altered to make her appear Cardassian, and she is told that she is a Cardassian spy, who had volunteered for a mission to replace a Bajoran slave worker, whose thoughts and memories had been transferred to her, in order that she may get close to Bajorans of high stature and report back when the time was right. Kira's Cardassian "father" appears again in DS9 #517 "Ties Of Blood And Water". Written by: Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Directed by: Les Landau.
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452 The Abandoned Unknown 1994.10.31 * * *
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When Quark buys some wreckage from an old friend, he finds a young alien baby, who to Dr. Bashir's amazement grows up quite quickly. But when they discover that it is actually a young Jem-Hadar, they find they are unable to control it any longer, except for Odo. Meanwhile, Sisko is trying hard not to like Jake's new girlfriend, becuase she happens to be a dabo girl at Quark's. Written by: D. Thomas Maio & Steve Warnek. Directed by: Avery Brooks.
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453 Civil Defense Unknown 1994.11.07 * * * *
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While deleting files in the old ore processing unit on DS9, Jake and O'Brien accidentally trip an old Cardassian booby trap, locking them in there to start, and eventually cutting everybody off from other parts of the station. When Ducat arrives to see what happened, and then tries to leave without cancelling the procedure, his access then too becomes cut off. Written by: Mike Krohn. Directed by: Reza Badiyi.
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454 Meridian 48423.2 1994.11.14 * * ½
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While investigating a star in the Gamma quadrant, aboard the Defiant, a single planet suddenly appears in orbit about star, the planet actually shifts between dimensions every sixty years. It's inhabitants exist only as consciousnesses in the other dimension, but sadly their population is dying out as their time in this dimension decreases each time. As the crew of the Defiant work to stabalize their world, Dax falls in love with one of them. Meanwhile, back on DS9, Quark is trying to record Major Kira, for a new holosuite program he's making for a very rich customer. Teleplay by: Mark Gehred-O'Connell. Story by: Hilary Bader and Evan Carlos Somers. Directed by: Jonathan Frakes.
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455 Defiant 48467.3 1994.11.21 * * * * *
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Commander Will Riker comes abord DS9 for a brief shore leave, but while Kira is showing him the Defiant, as soon as she releases she command lockout, he stuns her and manages to, with two Maquis agents, steal the Defiant. It is then that the crew of DS9, realise that it was actually Lt. Thomas Riker (TNG #250 "Second Chances"), who has of late joined the Maquis fight. Now Sisko must help Gul Dukat and the Cardassian Central Command track down his own ship in order to prevent a war. Written by: Ronald D. Moore. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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456 Fascination Unknown 1994.11.28 * * ½
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Jake breaks up with his girlfirend when he learns she'll be leaving the station and Lwaxana arrives for the Bajoran gratitude festival; and to once again pursue Odo. And love seems to be in the air all over the station as crewmembers begin to come infatuated with one another. Teleplay by: Philip LaZebnik. Story by: Ira Steven Behr & James Crocker. Directed by: Avery Brooks.
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457 Past Tense, Part I 48481.2 1995.01.02 * * * * *
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The crew of the DS9 have returned to Earth aboard the Defiant to chair a syposium on the Gamma Quadrant. But in beaming down to San Fransisco, Sisko, Bashir, and Dax don't materialise when they should, they instead find themselves in San Fransisco of 2025. Sisko and Bashir are taken to an area of the city filled with homeless and jobless people that the government has just forgotten, while Dax is found by a celebrety of somesort, claiming that she was mugged she is able to get some fake ID. Meanwhile, when Sisko and Bashir are attacked, a man who was supposed to lead a revolution in a couple of days steps in and gets killed for them, causing the entire Federation to be non-existant in the 24th century. Teleplay by: Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Story by: Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Directed by: Reza Badiyi.
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458 Past Tense, Part II Unknown 1995.01.09 * * * * ½
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While Dax tries to locate Sisko and Bashir, Sisko is forced to take the place of the man who died for them, in order to keep history straight. Only one problem, according to history that man got killed during the climatic police raid on the revolution. Meanwhile, Kira and O'Brien have managed to transport through time and begun searching for them in possible time periods. Teleplay by: Ira Steven Behr & René Echevarria. Story by: Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Directed by: Jonathan Frakes.
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459 Life Support 48498.4 1995.01.30 * *
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Vedek Borile returns to the station sevely injured after the transport ship carrying both him and Kai Winn is attacked. Borile and Winn were returning from peace talks with the Cardassians, talks which will now continue on the station, but Winn can't conduct them without Borile, and Bashir is forced violate medical ethics to keep him alive through the talks.
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460 Heart Of Stone 48521.5 1995.02.06 * * * ½
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In pursuit of renegade Maquis ship, Kira and Odo find themselves on an asteroid where Kira gets stuck in a growing crystal. Meanwhile, Nog tries to convince Sisko to write a letter of recommendation for entrance into Starfleet Academy. Written by: Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Directed by: Alexander Singer.
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461 Destiny 48543.2 1995.02.13 * * *
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Two Cardassian scientists are aboard to assist in setting up a relay on the other side of the wormhole to allow for permanent communication through the wormhole. But when events begin to closely parallel an ancient Bajoran prophecy, it is feared that the mission is in danger. Written by: David D. Cohen & Martin A. Winer. Directed by: Les Landau.
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462 Prophet Motive Unknown 1995.02.20 * * * *
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Grand Nagus Zek arrives on the station again, this time with a completely revised set of The Rules Of Aquisition. However, the only profit in these new rules is the gratitude of giving and latnum is out. Meanwhile the pressure is on as Dr. Bashir becomes the youngest nominee for Starfleet's Carrington Award. Written by: Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Directed by: René Auberjonois.
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463 Visionary Unknown 1995.02.27 * * * * ½
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Romulans and Klingons are aboard the station, the Romulans for a Dominion activity briefing, and the Klingons to spy on Romulan activity. But after O'Brien experiences an accident of sorts, he begins to time shift five hours into the future, where he sees both his own death and the destruction of the station Meanwhile, when he's not time-shifting, he and Bashir convince Quark to put a dartboard in the bar. Teleplay by: John Shirley. Story by: Ethan H. Calk. Directed by: Reza Badiyi.
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464 Distant Voices Unknown 1995.04.10 * * * *
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After denying a Lethian a restricted substance, Dr. Bashir is then put into a telepathic coma by that Lethian; one in which his crewmates and friends represent different parts or aspects of what makes him who he is. But if he can't get himself out of his coma within three hours, he'll die. Teleplay by: Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Story by: Joe Menosky. Directed by: Alexander Singer.
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465 Improbable Cause Unknown 1995.04.24 * * * *
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While investigating an assassination attempt on Garak's life, Odo steps into something big, when he learns that 5 other former members of the Obsidian Order died the same day, and that the Romulans might be behind it. In an attempt to rescue his former CO in the Order, Garak and Odo are captured by a Romulan Warbird inside Cardassian space, with Garak's friend sitting in command and offering Garak redemption. Teleplay by: René Echevarria. Story by: Robert Lederman & David R. Long. Directed by: Avery Brooks.
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466 Through The Looking Glass Unknown 1995.04.17 * * * * *
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O'Brien forces Sisko onto the Ops transporter pad at gunpoint, and together they beam to a small ship in the parallel universe (TOS #39, DSN #443). Now Sisko's only hope of returning is to assist Smiley' O'Brien, by carrying out his late counter-part's mission: Go to Terok Nor and persuade the designer of a new sensor array to join the rebellion against the Alliance. A task only he can complete since the scientist is Jennifer Sisko, his late counter-part's estranged wife. Written by: Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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467 The Die Is Cast Unknown 1995.05.01 * * *
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As an invasion fleet of 20 Cardassian and Romulan warships decloak off DS9 and prepare to enter the wormhole, Starfleet becomes aware of their plan to strike the Dominion first. Disobeying direct Starfleet orders, Sisko takes the Defiant to go after them in order to get Odo back. Meanwhile, upon reaching the homeworld of the founders, the Cardassian-Romulan fleet finds a surprise awaiting them. Written by: Ronald D. Moore. Directed by: David Livingston.
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468 Explorers Unknown 1995.05.08 * * * *
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Upon returning from a library opening on Bajor, Sisko constructs an exact replica of an ancient Bajoran solar sail ship, on which he and Jake try to recreate an ancient journey from Bajor to Cardassia. Meanwhile the woman who beat out Julien at Starfleet Medical, Elizabeth Lense, visits the station, putting Julien on the edge of his nerves, all the while Leeta pursuing him. Teleplay by: René Echevarria. Story by: Hilary J. Bader. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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469 Family Business Unknown 1995.05.15 * * * * *
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When Quark's mother gets caught earning profit, Quark has to answer to the FCA (Ferengi Commerce Authority). He and Rom return to the homeworld to try and coax their mother into confessing her crimes, where they find her clothed and talking to strangers. Meanwhile, Sisko, finally meets Kassidy Yates, the freighter Captain, Jake set him up with. Written by: Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Directed by: René Auberjonois.
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270 Shakaar Unknown 1995.05.22 * * * ½
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When the First Misister of the Bajoran Provisional Government dies, his replacement, Kai Winn, forces Kira to confront an old friend about "stolen" government property. When Winn fails to meet with Shakaar, what ensues leads to the verge of civil war. Written by: Gordon Dawson. Directed by: Jonathan West.
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471 Facets Unknown 1995.06.12 * * * *
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As Nog undergoes tests to qualify for the Starfleet Academy entrance exam, Dax finally undergoes her Zhin'tara, a cermony that allows her to meet and learn from her previous hosts, by having them, one at a time, take over the bodies of her friends. But when Curzon takes Odo's body, the two consciousnesses become one and they both want to keep it that way. Written by: René Echevarria. Directed by: Cliff Bole.
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252 The Adversary 48959.1 1995.06.19 * * * ½
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An Ambassador Krajensky comes aboard the station to congratulate Sisko on his promotion to Captain, and to inform him that he must take the Defiant out immediately to prevent a war beteween two factions, one of which the Federation has taken an oath to protect. But when systems aboard the Defiant begin to malfunction, it is discovered that Krajensky is actually a changeling on a mission to start a war in the Alpha Quadrant, making it easier to conquer for the Dominion. Prelude to "The Way Of The Warrior". Written by: Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Directed by: Alexander Singer.
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