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

499 Apocalypse Rising Unknown 1996.09.30 * * * *
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Sisko, O'Brien, and Odo, disguised as Klingons, along with Worf travel to the Klingon ceremony for the Order of the Bat'leth, where Gowron will be officiating, to try and expose him as a Changeling. Written by: Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Directed by: James L. Conway.
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500 The Ship 50049.3 1996.10.07 * * *
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Investigating a Gamma Quadrant planet for mining potential, the crew witness a Jem'Hadar ship crash-land with no survivors. Preparing to salvage it, another Dominion ship arrives and attacks them, being careful not to damage the downed ship, leading Sisko to believe there's something on board precious to them. (Note: this ship gets used again in the first part of the sixth season.) Meanwhile, Julian lands himself in hot water with Odo when he unknowingly gets Quark to order him some drugs which required prior authorization. Teleplay by: Hans Beimler. Story by: Pam Wigginton & Rick Cason. Directed by: Kim Friedman.
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501 Looking For Par'Mach In All The Wrong Places Unknown 1996.10.14 * * * ½
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With Klingon relations being better, Grilka comes for a visit. After unsuccessfully attempting to woo her, himself, Worf then assists Quark in his pursuit of of his ex-wife. Meanwhile, Miles and Nerys grow a little too close together as he tries to make her more comfortable carrying his baby. Written by: Ronald D. Moore. Directed by: Andrew J. Robinson.
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502 Nor The Battle To The Strong Unknown 1996.10.21 * * * ½
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A seemingly endless and boring writing assignment of a profile of Dr. Bashir, lead to events that take Jake on a journey of self-discovery he'll never forget. When the Klingons attack a Federation outpost, Julian, with Jake in tow, is forced to divert there to help out in the hospital. Meanwhile O'Brien tries to cut down on Kira's caffeine intake. Teleplay by: René Echevarria. Story by: Brice R. Parker. Directed by: Kim Friedman.
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503 Trials And Tribble-ations 4523.7 1996.11.04 * * * * *
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In a meeting with Temporal Investigations, Sisko explains how he and the crew of the Defiant ended up in the 23rd century while Kirk the Enterprise were guarding a shipment of grain on space station K-7 (TOS #42 "The Trouble With Tribbles). It turns out they were carrying Arne Darvin who still appeared human. He took the ship back to try and destroy Captain Kirk in an effort to save his own career and stop the infiltration of tribbles into the Klingon Empire. Also Sisko, upon seeing Captain Kirk for the first time make a reference to his battle with the Gorn on Cestus III (TOS #19 "Arena"). The final scene, involving Lieutenant Sisko handing a padd to Kirk for signing was borrowed from the final scene of TOS #39 "Mirror Mirror". Teleplay by: Ronald D. Moore & René Echevarria. Story by: Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler & Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Directed by: Jonathan West.
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504 The Assignment Unknown 1996.10.28 * * * ½
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On Miles' birthday, Keiko returns from a trip to Bajor, only her body's been taken over by a Pah-Wraith, a false prophet banished from the celestial temple, who holds Keiko hostage and threatens to kill her if Miles doesn't do what she asks around the station. Meanwhile, Quark tries to convince Rom to quit the Bajoran engineering corps and come back to work at the bar. Teleplay by: David Weddle & Bradley Thompson. Story by: David R. Long & Robert Lederman. Directed by: Allan Kroeker.
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505 Let He Who Is Without Sin Unknown 1996.11.11 * * *
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Planning a romantic getaway to work out their relationship, gets around the station, and Worf and Dax must travel with the company of Bashir and Leeta; but the only way Leeta was able to get off work was if Quark came along as well. Upon arriving there, Worf is approached by a group of radicals who don't feel people should waste there time on Risa, the the threats of the Borg and the Dominion so imminent. With Worf's help the disable the weather control network, causing it glemmen (one of the 170 Ferengi words for rain), driving away Risa's patrons. Written by: Robert Hewitt Wolfe & Ira Steven Behr. Directed by: René Auberjonois.
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506 Things Past Unknown 1996.11.18 * * * ½
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Returning from a conference of Bajor, an accident finds, Sisko, Dax, Garak and Odo, trapped in the past on Terok Nor; only they are perceived as Bajorans. The station's security chief, not being Odo, suggest they are 9 years in the past, but soon their Bajoran identities will be falsely arrested and sentenced to execution for an assassination attempt on Gul Dukat, an event which took place only 7 years ago under the supervision of Constable Odo. It turns out he's formed a partial changeling link with the other three; but how real is the link. Written by: Michael Taylor. Directed by: Levar Burton.
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507 The Ascent Unknown 1996.11.25 * * *
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Odo and Quark are on their way to trial in which Quark must testify, but en route, a bomb, meant to kill Quark, explodes aboard the runabout, and they are forced to crash-land on an ice planet. In order to send a distress signal they must climb to a high mountain peak, a multi-day journey, with little food and one outfit of warm clothing, bickering all the way. Also Nog returns for in-field training, and he and Jake move in together. Written by: Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Directed by: Allan Kroeker.
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508 Rapture Unknown 1996.12.30 * * * * *
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Bajor finally receives back from Cardassia a picture of the lost city of Ba'hala. According to prophecy, only someone who has been touched by the prophets can find the lost city, for which Bajoran historians and archaeologists have been searching for for thousands of years. After suffering a holosuite injury, the Emissary manages to locate the city within two days. On the eve of Bajor's induction into the Federation, Sisko continues to have visions about the past, present, and future of the city and everyone he meets; the visions are also causing headaches which Bashir claims are killing him. Teleplay by: Hans Beimler. Story by: L.J. Strom. Directed by: Jonathan West.
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509 The Darkness And The Light 50416.2 1997.01.06 * * * ½
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Friends of Kira are being murdered one by one, all who were with her in the Shakaar Resistance cell or aided their cause. And on the assassin list is Kira, but not the O'Brien child she is carrying, which has but a few weeks before it's due. Teleplay by: Ronald D. Moore. Story by: Bryan Fuller. Dircected by: Michael Vejar.
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510 The Begotten Unknown 1997.01.27 * * * *
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As Kira's pregnancy comes to term, Odo buys a baby changeling from Quark and begins raising it on his own; until Dr. Mora, the Bajoran scientist who raised him, arrives on board to offer his expertise on changeling-rearing. After finally getting it to shapeshift and while Kira has trouble relaxing for giving birth, it is feared Odo and Mora will lose the changeling baby due to radiation poisoning. Written by: René Echevarria. Directed by: Jesùs Salvador Treviño.
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511 For The Uniform 50485.2 1997.02.03 * * *
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In this sequel to "For The Cause" (DS9 #494), Sisko is relieved of the task of capturing the traitor Eddington, after the Defiant is disabled while in pursuit. But when ship assigned to take over the hunt is ambushed by the Maquis, Sisko takes a semi-functional Defiant out to get him at his own game. Written by: Peter Allan Fields. Directed by: Victor Lobl.
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512 In Purgatory's Shadow Unknown 1997.02.10 * * * *
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The station receives a Cardassian transmission from the Gamma quadrant, they can't decode. Under pressure from Dr. Bashir, Garak reveals it to be a message from former Obsidian Order Head, Enabran Tain. Garak and Worf proceed to the Gamma Quadrant to investigate the source of Tain's transmission, where they are soon captured and discover the real General Martok, along with Tain and a surprise Starfleet prisoner. With Tain dying, Elim Garak tries to convince him to acknowledge his son. While a Dominion fleet heads towards DS9 and an attempt to close the wormhole fails. Meanwhile, Ziyal is disowned by her father, Dukat, for associating with Garak. Also Kira believes the O'Brien baby recognizes her. Written by: Robert Hewitt Wolfe & Ira Steven Behr. Directed by: Gabrielle Beaumont.
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513 By Inferno's Light 50564.2 1997.02.17 * * * ½
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When the Dominion fleet passes through the wormhole, instead of attacking DS9, they continue on to Cardassia; with this Dukat reveals he secretly negotiated membership for Cardassia with the Dominion. As Worf engages in combat after combat with Jem'Hadar soldiers, he, Martok, Garak and Bashir search for means of escape. With Klingons and Starfleet preparing for an attack on the station, the real attack will come from the Changeling Doctor aboard the station. Sisko and Gowron agree to permanent Klingon presence aboard the station. Written by: Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Directed by: Les Landau.
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514 Doctor Bashir, I Presume Unknown 1997.02.24 * * * *
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Dr. Louis Zimmerman comes aboard to immortalize Dr. Bashir as the template for a new long-term medical holographic program. But when his parents arrive for their interviews with Zimmerman, they innocently reveal the family secret. Meanwhile, Rom struggles with the courage of asking Leeta for a date, as Zimmerman tries to sweep her off the station. Teleplay by: Ronald D. Moore. Story by: Jimmy Diggs. Directed by: David Livingston.
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515 A Simple Investigation Unknown 1997.03.31 * * ½
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Odo falls in love with a woman who's on the run, trying to get out of the Orion Syndicate. Her flee has already caused the death of the man who was supposed to help her out, and now Odo feels he must protect her, while getting deeply involved with her. Meanwhile, Bashir, with the help of O'Brien and Dax, tries out a new spy program. Written by: René Echevarria. Directed by: John Kretchmeker.
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166 Business As Usual Unknown 1997.04.07 * * *
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When Quark's finances hit rock bottom, his cousin Gaila visits the station with a proposal for Quark to enter the arms business with him. But when all his friends turn their back on him, Quark begins to examine the moral implications of what he's doing. Meanwhile, to keep him quiet, Miles refuses to put his son down, instead, carrying him everywhere. Written by: Bradley Thompson & David Weddle. Directed by: Siddig El Fadil.
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517 Ties Of Blood And Water Unknown 1997.04.14 * * * ½
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Kira's Cardassian "father" (re: DS9 #451 "Second Skin") comes aboard the station to supply Bajor and the Federation with information launch a revolution against the new Dominion-aligned Cardassian Government; and to die. Teleplay by: Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Story by: Edmund Newton & Robbin L. Slocum. Directed by: Avery Brooks.
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518 Ferengi Love Songs Unknown 1997.04.21 * * * *
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Feeling gloomy about always being in debt since the FCA revoked his Ferengi business license, Rom prompts Quark into visiting their Moogie, Ishka, back on Ferenginar. He arrives, only to discover Grand Nagus Zek hiding in his closet, as he and Ishka are involved in a love affair. Written by: Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler. Directed by: Rene Auberjonois.
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519 Soldiers Of The Empire Unknown 1997.04.28 * * * * ½
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Klingon date: 53rd day of the year of Kahless 999 - General Martok receives orders to search for the B'Moth, a Bird-of-Prey which was patrolling the Cardassian border and has not been heard from for three days. Written by: Ronald D. Moore. Directed by: Levar Burton.
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520 Children Of Time 50814.2 1997.05.05 * * * *
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Investigating a Gamma Quadrant planet, the Defiant is damaged and Kira is critically injured, upon passing through an energy barrier surrounding the planet. On the surface, they find a colony of 8,000 people who say that they are their descendants. An accident in their departure sends them back in time 200 years. With Kira's only hope on DS9, the crew must decide whether to recreate their accident, stranding them so a culture will survive, or to leave safely, wiping out 8,000 lives. Teleplay by: René Echevarria. Story by: Gary Holland and Ethan H. Calk. Directed by: Allan Kroeker.
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521 Blaze Of Glory Unknown 1997.05.12 * * *
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Upon learning of cloaked missiles, launched by the Maquis towards Cardassia, Sisko, enlists the aid of former associate turned Maquis leader, Michael Eddington. Upon arriving at the launch site in the badlands, they find it overrun with Jem'Hadar soldiers. Meanwhile, Nog looks for the courage to face the Klingons as a security guard, so he can earn their respect for him as a person. Written by: Robert Hewitt Wolfe & Ira Steven Behr. Directed by: Kim Friedman.
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522 Empok Nor Unknown 1997.05.19 * * * ½
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Requiring Cardassian parts, in order to maintain systems aboard DS9, O'Brien, Garak, Nog, and a four engineers, take a runabout to abandoned Cardassian station, Empok Nor, to salvage parts. Upon arrival, they trigger two of three stasis beds to awake their occupants, two Cardassians who have been infected by an experimental drug, that cause them to be intent on killing anyone and everyone. Garak proceeds to stop them, but in the process becomes infected himself, and seeks to stalk O'Brien and Nog. Teleplay by: Hans Beimler. Story by: Bryan Fuller. Directed by: Michael Vejar.
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523 In The Cards 50929.4 1997.06.09 * * * ½
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With an air of depression sweeping through the station starting with its commander, Jake looks for a way to cheer his father up, so he and Nog bid on a baseball card. When they're out-bid on the trunk that the card's in, they are forced to make a series of trades, in order to get the card. Also Weyoun of the Dominion makes a treaty proposal to Kai Winn. Teleplay by: Ronald D. Moore. Story by: Truly Barr Clark & Scott J. Neal. Directed by: Michael Dorn.
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524 A Call To Arms 50975.2 1997.06.16 * * * * ½
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With more and more Dominion convoys headed to Cardassia, Starfleet orders DS9 to stop the convoys by any means possible. With war imminent, Sisko recommends Bajor sign a non-aggression pact with the Dominion; something the Romulans have also done. Jake becomes an official correspondent for the Starfleet News Service. As Odo and Kira come to terms about their relationship, Rom and Leeta are married. With all Bajorans evacuated to Bajor, the Dominion/Cardassian armada move in on DS9. Soon, Sisko orders the evacuation of all Starfleet personnel from DS9; but not before Worf and Dax are engaged to marry, as they leave on separate ships. As the Cardassians re-take Terok Nor, the Defiant and Martok's Bird of Prey head off to join the Federation/Klingon fleet. Prelude to A Time To Stand. Written by: Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Directed by: Allan Kroeker.
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