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

718/
473-474
The Way Of The Warrior 49011.4 1995.10.02 * * * * *
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After a practice Changeling hunt, a fleet of Klingon Warships de-cloaks outside the station, with orders from Gowron to "assist" in guarding the wormhole and preparing the Alpha quadrant for a Dominion invasion. But when the Klingons become too forceful in their tactics and refuse to answer Federation questions, Sisko recruits Lt. Cmdr. Worf to help control the Klingons. It is soon revealed that the Klingons believe Dominion spies to have infiltrated Cardassia and overthrown the government there; they therefore intend to attack it. But when the Federation decides they cannot support or allow such an attack, Worf is once again left, caught between loyalties. Written by: Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Directed by: James L. Conway.
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475 Hippocratic Oath 49066.5 1995.10.16 * * * ½
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While returning from a mission in the Gamma Quadrant, Bashir and O'Brien are forced to crash land on a moon where they come across a group of Jem'Hadar, who wish to be free of the drug they're engineered to be addicted to. Meanwhile, Worf finds it difficult to adjust to the ways of life on the station. Teleplay by: Lisa Klink. Story by: Nicholas Corea and Lisa Klink. Directed by: Rene Auberjonois.
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476 The Visitor Unknown 1995.10.09 * * * * *
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The time is eighty years later, when a young aspiring writer drops by the Louisiana home of Jake Sisko, to discover why he stopped writing, he reveals to her the tragedy of his father's supposed death, and how he intends to save him. Written by: Michael Taylor. Directed by: David Livingston.
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477 Indiscretion Unknown 1995.10.23 * * * ½
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Kira gets a lead on a Cardassian prison ship, that disappeared six years ago, with a friend of hers on it. Forced to be accompanied by Gul Dukat, Kira must prevent him from executing his own half-Bajoran daughter. Meanwhile, romantic relations between Sisko and Kassidy Yates take a 'very big step'. Teleplay by: Nicholas Corea. Story by: Toni Marberry & Jack Treviño. Directed by: Levar Burton.
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478 Rejoined 49195.5 1995.10.30 *
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A trill science party is aboard the station, to use the Defiant to conduct tests in trying to create a stable artificial wormhole, but heading up the science party is a joined Trill, one of whose previous hosts, was married to Dax's previous hosts, and Dax still loves her. Teleplay by: Ronald D. Moore & René Echvarria. Story by: René Echevarria. Directed by: Avery Brooks.
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479 Starship Down 49263.5 1995.11.13 * *
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During negotiations with a Gamma Quadrant species, the Defiant is attacked by Jem'Hadar warships and forced to take cover and play waiting games in the thick atmosphere of a nearby planet while repairs take place with Sisko and Kira trapped on the bridge together, Dax and Bashir in an inoperative turbolift and Quark, with an alien he was swindling, trying to diffuse an active torpedo head that pierced the hull. Written by: David Mack & John J. Ordover. Directed by: Alexander Singer.
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480 Little Green Men Unknown 1995.11.06 * * * * *
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Old Earth date: 8 July, 1947 - When Quark's cousin finally pays back a loan by giving him a ship, Rom convinces him to use it to take Nog to Starfleet Academy. But a discreet act of sabotage, by Quark's cousin, causes a warp engine malfunction, sending them back to Roswell, N.M., circa 1947, where they are perceived as Martians in one of the biggest alien sightings cover-ups in the history of Earth. Teleplay by: Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Story by: Toni Marberry & Jack TreviÒo. Directed by: James L. Conway.
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481 The Sword Of Kahless Unknown 1995.11.20 * * * *
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When Ambassador Kor visits the station to take Dax into his confidence about what may prove to be his last quest, she introduces him to Worf. The three of them take a runabout in search of the bat'leth forged and used in battle by Kahless over a millennium ago. Upon actually finding it, Toral, son of Duras, shows up to take it for himself, while the sword drives Kor and Worf to each other's throats. Teleplay by: Hans Beimler. Story by: Richard Danus. Directed by: Levar Burton.
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482 Our Man Bashir Unknown 1995.11.27 * * * *
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While running a James Bond type program in the holosuite, Garak intrudes on Bashir's privacy, by deciding to see what human spies used to be like. But when a transporter accident occurs, the patterns of Sisko, Kira, Worf, O'Brien, and Dax are almost lost. In an attempt to recover them, the physical patterns get stored in the holosuite, having them take on different parts in Bashir's program, while their neural energy gets scattered throughout the rest of the station's computer core. An extremist group called the True Way claims responsibility for sabotaging the runabout. Teleplay by: Ronald D. Moore. Story by: Robert Gillan. Directed by: Winrich Kolbe.
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483 Homefront 49170.65 1996.01.01 * * * ½
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Sisko and Odo are recalled to Earth to bump up security in fear of a Dominion invasion; while Dax has been moving Odo's furniture. Meanwhile, Sisko, along with Jake, try to get his father to take better care of himself. But when Earth's entire power grid is knocked out, the invasion seems imminent. Written by: Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Directed by: David Livingston.
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264 Paradise Lost Unknown 1996.01.08 * * * ½
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As Starfleet officers patrol the streets of Earth, Sisko and Odo discover that the power outage was staged by Admiral Leighton and performed by a group of cadets known as Red Squad, a group Nog aspires to become a member of. Teleplay by: Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Story by: Ronald D. Moore. Direted by: Reza Badiyi.
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485 Crossfire Unknown 1996.01.29 * * ½
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First Minister Shakaar is aboard for a visit, but when the station receives a threat against his life from the Bajoran resistance group the True Way, they are forced to step up security; while Quark has to put up having Odo's quarter's above his. But when Kira and Shakaar become romantically involved, Odo's own feelings for Kira, start to interfere with his job. Written by: Rene Echevarria. Directed by: Les Landau.
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486 Return To Grace Unknown 1996.02.05 * * * ½
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Kira is sent by Shakaar to a conference at a Cardassian outpost. Assigned to escort her is a demoted Gul Dukat aboard his new cargo ship. Arriving at the outpost they find it destroyed. Dukat with Kira's help then goes after and manages to capture the Klingon Bird of Prey responsible. Also Kira bonds with Dukat's daughter Ziayal. Teleplay by: Hans Beimler. Story by: Tom Benko. Directed by: Jonathan West.
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487 Sons Of Mogh 49556.2 1996.02.12 * * * *
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When Worf refused to join the Klingons in their raid on Cardassia, Gowron stripped Worf of his house and honor and forced his brother, Kurn, to give up his seat on the council. Now Kurn is on the station demanding that Worf perform a ritual to restore his honor by killing him. Meanwhile, Kira and O'Brien discover that the Klingons are setting up a cloaked mine field just outside of Bajoran Space. Written by: Ronald D. Moore. Directed by: David Livingston.
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488 Bar Association Unknown 1996.02.19 * * * *
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An unattended ear infection leads Rom to break Ferengi Taboo and form the first ever Ferengi union. Meanwhile, Worf gets fed up with living aboard the station and moves his quarters to the Defiant. Teleplay by: Robert Hewitt Wolfe & Ira Steven Behr. Story by: Barbara J. Lee & Jenifer A. Lee. Directed by: Levar Burton.
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489 Accession Unknown 1996.02.26 * * * ½
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The crew rescue a Bajoran man coming out of the Wormhole. The man was a Bajoran poet that went missing two centuries ago and now proclaims to be the Emissary to his people. Sisko happily steps down from the post. But when the new Emissary makes changes that appear to be a step backwards for Bajor, Sisko challenges him, which leads the two of them on a trip back into the wormhole, back to the celestial temple. Also Keiko announces she's pregnant. Written by: Jane Espenson. Directed by: Les Landau.
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490 Rules Of Engagement 49648 1996.04.08 * * *
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A Klingon governor is aboard the station to try and extradite Worf back to the Klingon Homeworld in order that he may stand trial for the mass murder of 442 Klingon civilians who were aboard a transport ship, Worf destroyed during a battle, while he was commanding the Defiant. Teleplay by: Ronald D. Moore. Story by: Bradley Thompson & David Weddle. Directed by: Levar Burton.
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491 Hard Time Unknown 1996.04.15 * * * * ½
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O'Brien tries to re-integrate himself back into life on the station after having been implanted with memories of twenty years of incarceration. Teleplay by: Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Story by: Daniel Keys Moran & Lynn Barker.
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492 Shattered Mirror Unknown 1996.04.22 * * * *
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Jennifer Sisko from the parallel universe comes for a visit, and then takes Jake back with her to lure Ben. It turns out they have taken Terok Nor and managed to build the Defiant with plans Smiley downloaded on a previous visit. They now need Sisko's help to get her ready for a showdown battle with the Alliance fleet, commanded by Worf. Written by: Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler. Directed by: James L. Conway.
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493 The Muse Unknown 1996.04.29 * * * *
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While Sisko goes away on leave with Kassidy Yates, a seductive alien women comes aboard and assists Jake in getting started on his writing of his first novel, Anslum (DS9 #476), while draining his life essence in exchange. Also, a pregnant Lwaxanna Troi comes aboard fleeing her husband who wants to take away her unborn son; after tracking her to the station he leaves Odo with no choice but to marry Lwaxanna, so she can keep her baby. Teleplay by: René Echevarria. Story by: René Echevarria & Majel Barrett Roddenberry. Directed by: David Livingston.
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494 For The Cause Unknown 1996.05.06 * * *
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There is apparently a Maquis smuggler aboard the station, and it looks like Kassidy Yates is the smuggler, causing emotional difficulties for Sisko. Meanwhile, the two Cardassians on the station, Garak and Ziyal spend time getting to know each other; with Garak constantly suspicious of the motives of the daughter of Gul Dukat. Teleplay by: Ronald D. Moore. Story by: Mark Gehred-O'Connell. Directed by: James L. Conway.
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495 The Quickening Unknown 1996.05.20 * * * ½
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Dr. Bashir makes a desision to devote as much time as possible to find a cure to a plague given a people by the Jem'Hadar centuries ago, as repentence for disobience; even if it takes the rest of his life. Written by: Naren Shankar. Directed by: Rene Auberjonois.
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496 To The Death 49904.2 1996.05.13 * * *
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The crew of the Defiant return from a Bajoran colony, only to find the station attacked by a renegade Jem'Hadar strike team. Following them, Sisko discovers an attacked warship. The Vorta agent on board claims that the renegade ship attacked them and then proceeded towards a planet where an Iconian gateway (TNG #137 "Contagion") was recently discovered. Written by: Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Directed by: Levar Burton.
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497 Body Parts Unknown 1996.06.10 * * * *
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Returning from Ferenginar, Quark announces that he'd been diagnosed with a fatal illness, and at his brother's prodding puts his vaccuum sealed discs of body parts up for sale before he dies. But after hearing he'd been misdiagnosed, he must find away to break the contract with the buyer of his body parts, or be killed in order to deliver his merchandise. Teleplay by: Hans Beimler. Story by: Louis P. DeSantis & Robert J. Bolivar. Directed by: Avery Brooks.
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498 Broken Link 49962.4 1996.06.17 * * * ½
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Odo begins having trouble retaining his form forcing him to return to the Gamma Quadrant so he can join the "Link" of the Founders, who have recalled him to pass judgement on him for killing another Changeling. Returning to the station, a news broadcast has Gowron proclaiming war on the Federation, and Odo remembers seeing Gowron's image in the Link, allowing him to suspect Gowron of being a Changeling. Prelude to "Apocalypse Rising". Teleplay by: Robert Hewitt Wolfe & Ira Steven Behr. Story by: George A. Brozak. Directed by: Les Landau*.
(*This director reference obtained from "Star Trek: 30 Years" as there was no on screen credit.)
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