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Poster for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993).


ID 8oQ
Typ záznamu TV seriál
Genres sci-fi, drama, war
Countries USA
Jazyky en
Duration 45 min
External links omdb , imdb
Poster for episode Emissary (1).

Emissary (1)

Captain Ben Sisko takes command of the Bajoran space station Deep Space Nine, formerly Terok Nor, recently abandoned by the Cardassian Empire. The discovery of the first stable worm hole, controlled by time-independent aliens, worshiped by the Bajorans as gods (called prophets), gives Sisko religious significance as the aliens emissary. This is part one of the two hour pilot, which was later cut into two episodes, and introduction to the characters.

Poster for episode Emissary (2).

Emissary (2)

Captain Ben Sisko takes command of the Bajoran space station Deep Space Nine, formerly Terok Nor, recently abandoned by the Cardassian Empire. The discovery of the first stable worm hole, controlled by time-independent aliens, worshiped by the Bajorans as gods (called prophets), gives Sisko religious significance as the aliens emissary. This is part two of the two hour pilot, which was later cut into two episodes. This half of the pilot focuses on developing a relationship between Sisko and the worm hole aliens and positioning the space station prominently near the worm hole.

Poster for episode Past Prologue.

Past Prologue

A Bajoran terrorist with ties to Kira arrives on Deep Space Nine, however he is pursued by the Cardassians.

Poster for episode A Man Alone.

A Man Alone

Odo is accused of the murder of a Bajoran murderer.

Poster for episode Babel.


Stardate: 46423.7 Miles O'Brien unknowingly triggers a Cardassian booby trap that releases a potentially fatal virus throughout the station. This Aphasia virus results in the crew only being able to speak in gibberish, before inducing a coma in the victim.

Poster for episode Captive Pursuit.

Captive Pursuit

Stardate: Unknown O'Brien befriends an alien who belongs to a race of beings that are bred to be hunted by another species.

Poster for episode Q-Less.


Stardate: 46531.2 Q arrives on DS9 fresh from exploring the Gamma Quadrant with Vash. Soon afterwards, power fluctuations grip the station.

Poster for episode Dax.


Stardate: 46910.1 Dax's previous host, Curzon, is accused of a murder committed 30 years ago, and Jadzia is unwilling to defend him, even though she hides an alibi capable of clearing him.

Poster for episode The Passenger.

The Passenger

Bashir is posessed by an alien criminal in an attempt to hijack a Gamma quadrant freighter filled with the Human Tornado - Dolemite.

Poster for episode Move Along Home.

Move Along Home

Stardate: Unknown When Quark is caught cheating from an alien delegation from the Gamma Quadrant, they exact revenge by turning the senior crew into the playing pieces of a game of life and death. Only Quark can save their lives.

Poster for episode The Nagus.

The Nagus

Quark is appointed as ruler of the Ferengi Empire when the Grand Nagus enters into early retirement; however, all is not as it may seem. Meanwhile, Commander Sisko is concerned that Nog is a growing bad influence on Jake, but is delightfully surprised when he learns that the situation isn't exactly as he had thought.

Poster for episode Vortex.


Stardate: Unknown Odo arrests a criminal from the Gamma Quadrant who offers to take him to his people on the other side of the wormhole.

Poster for episode Battle Lines.

Battle Lines

Stardate: Unknown Sisko, Bashir, Kira and Kai Opaka become stranded on a planet ravaged by war where the inhabitants can't die and are unable to leave. Kai Opaka is killed and resurrected, only to learn that she can never leave.

Poster for episode The Storyteller.

The Storyteller

Stardate: 46729.1 O'Brien is appointed as the spiritual leader of a Bajoran village when he and Bashir are unable to save the dying predecessor. O'Brien must now defend the village from a mysterious and destructive force. Ferengi Rules of Acquisition: Number 9: "Opportunity plus Instinct equals Profit."

Poster for episode Progress.


Stardate: 46844.3 While overseeing an evacuation mission, Kira must try to persuade a stubborn old farmer to leave his home.

Poster for episode If Wishes Were Horses.

If Wishes Were Horses

Stardate: 46853.2 The inhabitants of Deep Space Nine are mystified when their fantasies turn into reality, however, these occurrences foreshadow a disaster.

Poster for episode The Forsaken.

The Forsaken

Stardate: 46925.1 Lwaxana Troi pays a visit to Deep Space Nine, and soon falls for Odo. Next, the station's computer starts behaving like an attention-hungry child.

Poster for episode Dramatis Personae.

Dramatis Personae

Stardate: 46922.3 Sisko and Kira are possessed by alien forces and fight for control of the station.

Poster for episode Duet.


Stardate: Unknown Major Kira makes a shocking discovery while trying to uncover the identity of a suspected Cardassian war criminal.

Poster for episode In The Hands Of The Prophets.

In The Hands Of The Prophets

Stardate: Unknown Keiko O'Brien's teaching about the science behind the Bajoran Wormhole causes a religious uprising among the Bajoran community that threatens to destroy the Federation-Bajoran alliance. Ferengi Rules of Acquisition: Number 7: "Keep your ears open."

Poster for episode The Homecoming (1).

The Homecoming (1)

Stardate: Unknown Kira and O'Brien try to rescue a famed Bajoran resistance fighter from a Cardassian slave-labour colony in an attempt to bring peace to the warring Bajoran factions. Ferengi Rules of Acquisition: Number 76: "Every once in a while, declare peace. It confuses the hell out of your enemies."

Poster for episode The Circle (2).

The Circle (2)

Stardate: Unknown After she is relieved of her post aboard, Deep Space Nine, Kira tries to expose the leaders of the terrorist group known as 'The Circle.'

Poster for episode The Siege (3).

The Siege (3)

Stardate: Unknown Sisko is forced to evacuate the station when the war escalates and turns in favour of the terrorists. Ferengi Rules of Acquisition: Number 31: "Never make fun of a Ferengi's mother... insult something he cares about instead."

Poster for episode Invasive Procedures.

Invasive Procedures

Stardate: 47182.1 An unjoined trill kidnaps Jadzia and removes the Dax symbiont to implant into himself.

Poster for episode Cardassians.


Stardate: 47177.2 A custody battle emerges over an orphaned Cardassian boy who was raised by Bajorans.

Poster for episode Melora.


Stardate: 47229.1 Bashir falls in love with a wheelchair-bound woman, who is unable to walk in Deep Space Nine's level of gravity. Ferengi Rules of Acquisition: Number 16: "A deal is a deal... until a better one comes along."

Poster for episode Rules Of Acquisition.

Rules Of Acquisition

Stardate: Unknown A female Ferengi disguises herself as a male in order to help Quark with business deals in the Gamma Quadrant. Ferengi Rules of Acquisition: Number 21: "Never place friendship above profit." Number 22: "A wise man can hear profit in the wind." Number 33: "It never hurts to suck up to the boss." Number 48: "The bigger the smile, the sharper the knife." Number 59: "Free advice is seldom cheap." Number 62: "The riskier the road, the greater the profit."

Poster for episode Necessary Evil.

Necessary Evil

Stardate: 47282.5 Quark is injured in an attack which Odo suspects is related to a murder committed five years before, in which Kira was the prime suspect. Ferengi Rules of Acquisition: Number 139: "Wives serve, brothers inherit."

Poster for episode Second Sight.

Second Sight

Stardate: 47329.4 For the first time since the death of his wife, Sisko falls in love. However, his new interest seems to suffer from a bizarre form of split personality.

Poster for episode Sanctuary.


Stardate: 47391.2 A group of refugees from the Gamma Quadrant claims that Bajor is their long-lost homeland.

Poster for episode Rivals.


Stardate: Unknown A con artist opens a bar with a gaming machine that can alter the laws of probability. Ferengi Rules of Acquisition: Number 109: "Dignity and an empty sack is worth the sack." Number 47: "Don't trust a man wearing a better suit than your own."

Poster for episode The Alternate.

The Alternate

Stardate: 47361.7 Dr. Mora Pol, who first studied Odo as an infant, announces that he may have found Odo's homeworld in the Gamma Quadrant.

Poster for episode Armageddon Game.

Armageddon Game

Stardate: Unknown Bashir and O'Brien come under attack from the people they are trying to help on a warring planet. Ferengi Rules of Acquisition: Number 57: "Good customers are as rare as latinum. Treasure them."

Poster for episode Whispers.


Stardate: 47581.2 O'Brien returns from an away mission to discover that he has been locked out of every security system on the station, and that everyone has turned against him, including his wife. Ferengi Rules of Acquisition: Number 194: "It's always good business to know about new customers before they walk through the door."

Poster for episode Paradise.


Stardate: 47573.1 Sisko and O'Brien are stranded on a planet with a human colony that has forbidden all forms of technology.

Poster for episode Shadowplay.


Stardate: 47603.3 Odo and Dax discover a planet where the inhabitants are disappearing.

Poster for episode Playing God.

Playing God

Stardate: Unknown While hosting a Trill initiate, Jadzia discovers a new universe growing from protoplasm in the science labs. Ferengi Rules of Acquisition: Number 112: "Never have sex with the boss's sister."

Poster for episode Profit And Loss.

Profit And Loss

Stardate: Unknown Quark puts everything at stake to win back his long love Natima Lang, a Cardassian woman suspected of terrorism on Cardassia.

Poster for episode  Blood Oath.

Blood Oath

Three Klingons arrive on the station that Curzon Dax took a Klingon blood oath with after their young sons were murdered. One of the Klingons has discovered where the murderer is in hiding and the three Klingons intend to avenge their sons' deaths. Jadzia must decide if she will honor the oath Curzon took and go with them with the intention of killing this man.

Poster for episode The Maquis (1).

The Maquis (1)

A band of Cardassian-hating militants known as the 'Maquis' starts attacking Cardassian ships. Ferengi Rules of Acquisition: Number 214: "Never begin a business negotiation on an empty stomach."

Poster for episode The Maquis (2).

The Maquis (2)

Stardate: Unknown Sisko's friend, Commander Cal Hudson, resigns from Starfleet to join the Maquis in their fight against the Cardassians. Ferengi Rules of Acquisition: Number 3: "Never spend more for an acquisition than you have to."

Poster for episode The Wire.

The Wire

Bashir tries to save Garak from a bizarre illness that is soon discovered to be a strange addiction.

Poster for episode Crossover.


Stardate: Unknown An accident, which occurs while traveling through the wormhole, leaves Kira and Bashir stranded in an alternate universe where humans are slaves.

Poster for episode The Collaborator.

The Collaborator

Stardate: Unknown Kira discovers that the man she loves, Vedek Bareil, may have been responsible for the death of 43 Bajoran freedom fighters. Ferengi Rules of Acquisition: Number 285: "No good deed ever goes unpunished."

Poster for episode Tribunal.


Stardate: Unknown O'Brien is arrested by Cardassians without warning while on holidays. He discovers that under Cardassian law, criminals are always guilty and sentenced to the death penalty.

Poster for episode The Jem'Hadar.

The Jem'Hadar

Stardate: Unknown Sisko and Quark are captured by a new enemy while in the Gamma Quadrant known as the Jem'Hadar, who are the henchmen of the powerful Dominion. Ferengi Rules of Acquisition: Number 102: "Nature decays, but latinum lasts forever."

Poster for episode The Search (1).

The Search (1)

Stardate: 48212.4 Sisko tries to make peace with the Dominion in the Gamma Quadrant. His attempt falls apart when the Defiant comes under attack from the Jem'Hadar, leaving the ship dead in space. Kira is left drifting in space in a shuttlecraft with Odo, who feels strangely compelled to explore the Omarion nebula.

Poster for episode The Search (2).

The Search (2)

Stardate: Unknown Sisko discovers that the Federation is in peace negotiations with the Dominion that would leave Bajor under Dominion control, however, all is not as it may seem. Odo learns that he was one of 100 infants sent out to explore the rest of the Galaxy before returning home. He wasn't expected to return for another 300 years.

Poster for episode The House Of Quark.

The House Of Quark

Stardate: Unknown When Quark lies about killing a Klingon, his widow, Grilka, forces Quark to marry her.

Poster for episode Equilibrium.


Stardate: Unknown After having some sort of breakdown, Dax uncovers a dark secret about one of her past hosts that she never knew she had.

Poster for episode Second Skin.

Second Skin

Stardate: Unknown Kira is abducted and altered to look like a Cardassian in order to frame a Cardassian politician.

Poster for episode The Abandoned.

The Abandoned

Stardate: Unknown Upon the discovery of a Jem'Hadar child, Odo tries to curb its violent behaviour.

Poster for episode Civil Defense.

Civil Defense

Stardate: Unknown The crew must find a way of disarming the self-destruct mechanism when a security program accidentally trips it. Ferengi Rules of Acquisition: Number 75: "Home is where the heart is, but the stars are made of latinum."

Poster for episode Meridian.


Stardate: 48423.2 Jadzia falls in love with a Meridian scientist. The catch is that his planet and his race shift between this universe and a plane of pure energy. They only re-emerge in our universe every century or so. Back on DS9, Quark tries to obtain a holo-image of Major Kira for an erotic holosuite program. Ferengi Rules of Acquisition: Number 19" "Satisfaction is not guaranteed"

Poster for episode Defiant.


Stardate: 48467.3 Thomas Riker poses as his twin William in order to steal the U.S.S. Defiant and hand it over to the Maquis, of which he is a member.

Poster for episode Fascination.


Stardate: Unknown An outbreak of the contagious Zanthi Fever occurs on the station when Lwaxana Troi pays them a visit. The fever causes suppressed desires to surface resulting in an interesting tangle of attempted short-term matchmakings.

Poster for episode Past Tense (1).

Past Tense (1)

Stardate: 48481.2 A transporter accident sends Dax, Sisko and Bashir back in time to the year 2024, when San Fransisco was plagued with riots and social upheaval. Bashir and Sisko are taken to a homeless compound while Dax is taken care of by a wealthy businessman. Sisko and Bashir's interventions in an altercation alters the future timeline. Ferengi Rules of Acquisition: Number 111: "Treat people in your debt like family. Exploit them." Number 217: "You can't free a fish from water."

Poster for episode Past Tense (2).

Past Tense (2)

Sisko has to pose as the leader of a group of people that cause a series of riots that are instrumental in restoring the timeline.

Poster for episode Life Support.

Life Support

When Vedek Bareil is critically injured during negotiations, the only thing that will keep him alive long enough to complete the meetings is a radical operation that will turn him into a half-man, half-machine.

Poster for episode Heart Of Stone.

Heart Of Stone

Stardate: 48521.5 While chasing a lone Maquis member to a deserted moon, Kira becomes trapped by a crystalline formation that rapidly grows over time, threatening her life. However, something is amiss during the entire situation. Ferengi Rules of Acquisition: Number 18: "A Ferengi without profit is no Ferengi at all."

Poster for episode Destiny.


Stardate: 48543.2 A Bajoran prophecy is nearly fulfilled when a comet threatens to destroy the Bajoran Wormhole. Ferengi Rules of Acquisition: Number 34: "Peace is good for business." Number 35: "War is good for business."

Poster for episode Prophet Motive.

Prophet Motive

Stardate: Unknown In a shock revelation to Quark and Rom, the Grand Nagus Zek reveals he has re-written the Ferengi Rules of Acquisition; a move which threatens to cripple the Ferengi Empire. Ferengi Rules of Acquisition: Number 10: "Greed is eternal." Ferengi Rules of Acquisition: - Revised for the Modern Ferengi Number 1: "If they want their money back, give it to them." Number 10: "Greed is dead." Number 21: "Never place profit above friendship." Number 22: "Latinum tarnishes, but Family is forever." Number 23: "Money can never replace Dignity." Number 285: "A good deed is its own reward."

Poster for episode Visionary.


O'Brien is exposed to a small amount of radiation that allows him to shift through time several hours into the future, where he witnesses the station's destruction and his own death.

Poster for episode Distant Voices.

Distant Voices

Stardate: Unknown When Bashir is knocked unconscious following an alien attack, he travels through his own mind and is helped by different aspects of his personality, each represented by a different member of the crew.

Poster for episode Through The Looking Glass.

Through The Looking Glass

Stardate: Unknown Sisko is abducted by the Miles O'Brien from the mirror universe, and is forced to assume the identity of their Sisko in order to rebel against the Klingon-Cardassian Alliance.

Poster for episode Improbable Cause (1).

Improbable Cause (1)

Stardate: Unknown The Romulans are suspected in an attempt to kill Garak.

Poster for episode The Die Is Cast (2).

The Die Is Cast (2)

Stardate: Unknown Garak must decide whether or not to kill Odo to please his mentor, Enabran Tain, on the eve of a joint Romulan-Cardassian attack on the Dominion.

Poster for episode Explorers.


Sisko and Jake build a solar sailing ship in an attempt to recreate a journey taken by the ancient Bajorans. Meanwhile, Bashir encounters a former school rival.

Poster for episode Family Business.

Family Business

Stardate: Unknown It is discovered that Quark's mother, Ishka, broke Ferengi law and made a profit through a secret deal, which may cost Quark everything he has.

Poster for episode Shakaar.


Stardate: Unknown Kira is shocked by the discovery that the head of a terrorist group threatening to destroy Kai Winn's promotion to First Minister of Bajor's Provisional Government is the leader of her old resistance cell during the days of the Cardassian occupation.

Poster for episode Facets.


When Dax is forced to complete an ancient Trill ritual and give memories of her previous hosts one by one to her friends, she not only begins to doubt herself, but when Curzon and Odo, who were somehow merged, refuse to give back Curzon's memories, Dax must find a way to get Curzon's memories back.

Poster for episode The Adversary.

The Adversary

Stardate: 48959.1 The Defiant is severely damaged by a shape-shifting saboteur, who is attempting to start a war between the Federation and the Tzenkethi. This is a prelude to the Dominion invasion. Sisko is promoted to the rank of Captain. Odo finds and kills the changeling saboteur, only to find that he is the first shape shifter to kill another of his people.

Poster for episode The Way Of The Warrior (1).

The Way Of The Warrior (1)

Stardate: 49011.4 The Klingons attack Cardassia in an attempt to overthrow the planet's newly installed civilian government. When the crew of Deep Space Nine saves the members of the new government, they fall under attack from the Klingons as well. Worf is transferred to Deep Space Nine.

Poster for episode The Way Of The Warrior (2).

The Way Of The Warrior (2)

Stardate: 49011.4 The Klingons attack Cardassia in an attempt to overthrow the planet's newly installed civilian government. When the crew of Deep Space Nine saves the members of the new government, they fall under attack from the Klingons as well.

Poster for episode The Visitor.

The Visitor

Stardate: Unknown An accident on the U.S.S. Defiant traps Ben Sisko in subspace. Jake spend the rest of his adult life trying to free him, when his father returns to normal space for a few seconds every several years.

Poster for episode Hippocratic Oath.

Hippocratic Oath

Stardate: 49066.5 O'Brien and Bashir are captured by a group of renegade Jem'Hadar who want them to find a cure for the biological addiction to the enzyme 'Ketracel White' which they need for survival. This enzyme is regularly administered by the Dominion to keep the Jem'Hadar obedient. Without it, the Jem'Hadar enter a painful withdrawal process and die.

Poster for episode Indiscretion.


Stardate: Unknown Gul Dukat asks Kira to help him search for Bajoran prisoners of war - one of which is his half Cardassian/half Bajoran daughter Ziyal. However, his motives for tracking her down are more sinister that Kira had imagined.

Poster for episode Rejoined.


Stardate: 49195.5 Jadzia rekindles a relationship when she meets the current host of the wife of one Dax's past hosts, Torias. However, under Trill law, this is an offense punishable by exile from the homeworld and thus the death of the symbiont.

Poster for episode Starship Down.

Starship Down

Stardate: 49263.5 Sisko is severely injured after a Jem'Hadar attack leaves the Defiant heavily damaged and adrift in space.

Poster for episode Little Green Men.

Little Green Men

Stardate: Unknown While on their way to Starfleet Academy on Earth, Quark, Rom and Nog are thrown back in time and crash land in the small town of Roswell, New Mexico in the year 1947. Ferengi Rules of Acquisition: Number 203: "New customers are like razor-toothed Greenworms. They can be succulent, but sometimes they bite back."

Poster for episode The Sword Of Kahless.

The Sword Of Kahless

Stardate: 49263.5 Jadzia, Worf and Kor hunt for the ancient Sword of Kahless, which is supposed to unite the Klingon Empire.

Poster for episode Our Man Bashir.

Our Man Bashir

Stardate: Unknown A transporter accident traps the senior crew of Deep Space Nine in Bashir's James Bond-like holodeck scenario, with each one taking the role of different characters.

Poster for episode Homefront (1).

Homefront (1)

Stardate: 49170 Starfleet Command places Sisko and Odo in command of Starfleet Security, as they believe that Changelings may have infiltrated Earth.

Poster for episode Paradise Lost (2).

Paradise Lost (2)

Stardate: Unknown Earth has been placed under martial law and security troops have been deployed in anticipation of a Dominion invasion as the search for the changeling infiltrator continues.

Poster for episode Crossfire.


Stardate: Unknown Odo is ordered to protect First Minister Shakaar, however, he becomes jealous when Kira and Shakaar become involved with one another.

Poster for episode Return To Grace.

Return To Grace

Stardate: Unknown Gul Dukat asks for the assistance of Kira to help him track down a Klingon ship that destroyed a Cardassian Outpost. If he is successful in his mission, he will be reinstated into the Cardassian Government.

Poster for episode The Sons Of Mogh.

The Sons Of Mogh

Stardate: 49556.2 Worf's brother, Kurn wants Worf to kill him as his family has been dishonored by Worf's actions, and he can't live with the shame.

Poster for episode Bar Association.

Bar Association

Stardate: Unknown Rom breaks Ferengi law and organises a Union movement in order to improve the working conditions Quark subjects his employees to. Ferengi Rules of Acquisition: Number 211: "Employees are the rungs on the ladder of success. Don't hesitate to step on them." Number 263: "Never allow doubt to tarnish your lust for latinum."

Poster for episode Accession.


Stardate: Unknown 200 years after his disappearance, a Bajoran poet emerges from the wormhole claiming to be the real Emissary.

Poster for episode Rules Of Engagement.

Rules Of Engagement

Stardate: Unknown Worf faces extradition to his homeworld when he destroys a Klingon transport and is solely responsible for the deaths of the 441 passengers.

Poster for episode Hard Time.

Hard Time

Stardate: Unknown The Argrathi falsely accuses Miles O'Brien of espionage. His sentence is a brain implant which causes him to believe that he has served a 20 year prison sentence, including memories of his time served.

Poster for episode Shattered Mirror.

Shattered Mirror

Stardate: Unknown Sisko must help a band of rebels fight a Klingon-Cardassian alliance in the mirror universe.

Poster for episode The Muse.

The Muse

Stardate: Unknown A pregnant LwaxanaTroi arrives on Deep Space Nine, and asks that Odo marries her. If she cannot find a husband soon, her baby will be taken away at birth by the Tavnian father, as is customary under Tavnian law.

Poster for episode For The Cause.

For The Cause

Stardate: Unknown Sisko discovers that Kasidy is smuggling medical supplies to the Maquis.

Poster for episode To The Death.

To The Death

Stardate: 49904.2 The future of peace in the entire galaxy is at stake when a band of renegade Jem'Hadar discovers an ancient Iconian Gateway. The gate can lead anywhere it is programmed to go.

Poster for episode The Quickening.

The Quickening

Stardate: Unknown Bashir and Dax try to find a cure for a planet-wide infection that was induced by the Jem'Hadar as a form of punishment for disobeying the Dominion.

Poster for episode Body Parts.

Body Parts

Stardate: Unknown When Quark believes he is going to die, he performs the custom of selling off his desiccated remains in advance for profit. Keiko is seriously injured in an accident, and her developing baby must be transplanted into Major Kira's womb if it is to survive. Ferengi Rules of Acquisition:Number 17: "A contract is a contract is a contract. But only between Ferengi." Number 239: "Never be afraid to mislabel a product."

Poster for episode Broken Link.

Broken Link

Stardate: Unknown Odo is forced to return to his homeworld where he must stand trial for murdering another changeling. As punishment, the Founders have made him human and taken away his ability to shape-shift.

Poster for episode Apocalypse Rising.

Apocalypse Rising

Stardate: Unknown Gowron is suspected of being replaced by a changeling. Sisko, Odo and O'Brien go undercover as Klingons, only to discover the real infiltrator is General Martok.

Poster for episode The Ship.

The Ship

Stardate:50049.3 Sisko, Dax, O'Brien, Worf, and Muniz discover the wreckage of a crashed Jem'Hadar ship.

Poster for episode Looking For par'Mach In All The Wrong Places.

Looking For par'Mach In All The Wrong Places

Stardate: Unknown Worf falls in love with Quark's ex-wife, Grilka. However, Quark is also still interested.

Poster for episode ...Nor The Battle To The Strong.

...Nor The Battle To The Strong

Stardate: Unknown Jake Sisko and Julian Bashir are caught in the middle of a battle between a Federation colony and a Klingon army.

Poster for episode The Assignment.

The Assignment

Stardate: Unknown A Pah'wraith (evil entities who are enemies of the Bajoran Prophets) possesses and impersonates Keiko, but reveals her identity to Miles, threatening to kill her if he doesn't carry out her mysterious instructions.

Poster for episode Trials And Tribble-ations.

Trials And Tribble-ations

Stardate:4523.7 While returning to Deep Space Nine with the Bajoran Orb of Time, the crew are thrown back to the 23rd Century. They must infiltrate the original Starship Enterprise in order to stop an undercover Klingon from poisoning a shipment of grain being carried.

Poster for episode Let He Who Is Without Sin....

Let He Who Is Without Sin...

Stardate: Unknown Worf, Dax, Leeta, Quark and Bashir pay a visit to Risa. Things go bad when a band of rebels gains control of the planet's weather regulator to scare the visitors in an attempt to show them how unprepared the Federation is for the Dominion invasion.

Poster for episode Things Past.

Things Past

Stardate: Unknown Sisko, Odo, Dax and Garak are shifted into the past, when DS9 was known as Terok Nor. To each other, they appear normal, but to others they appear as Bajoran slaves. Soon they are accused of planting a bomb, and are sentenced to death.

Poster for episode The Ascent.

The Ascent

Stardate: Unknown Odo and Quark are stranded when they crash on a planet with no communications or replicators. Their only hope to be found is if they can climb to the top of a high mountain.

Poster for episode Rapture.


Stardate: Unknown Sisko discovers the legendary Bajoran city of B'hala. He also receives visions of Bajor's future, one of which warns him not to let Bajor join the Federation.

Poster for episode The Darkness And The Light.

The Darkness And The Light

Stardate: 50416.2 One by one, members of the Shakaar resistance cell are murdered, and Kira becomes increasingly worried that she will be next.

Poster for episode The Begotten.

The Begotten

Stardate: Unknown Kira goes into labor with Keiko's child. Odo buys an infant changeling from Quark that was found drifting in space. Tensions rise when the scientist that first studied Odo, Dr. Mora Pol, arrives to give Odo a helping hand.

Poster for episode For The Uniform.

For The Uniform

Stardate: 50485.2 Sisko encounters Eddington, his former security chief turned Maquis traitor, and he is more desperate to capture him than ever.

Poster for episode In Purgatory's Shadow.

In Purgatory's Shadow

Stardate: Unknown After a coded Cardassian message from the Gamma Quadrant is detected, the Garak and Worf attempt a rescue. They are captured by the Jem'Hadar and imprisoned in the same cell as Enabran Tain, General Martok, and the real Julian Bashir, who had been secretly replaced several weeks prior without any notice. The Jem'hadar fleet invades the Alpha Quadrant when an attempt to seal the wormhole is sabotaged by the changeling-Bashir.

Poster for episode By Inferno's Light.

By Inferno's Light

Stardate: 50564.2 Gul Dukat is revealed as Cardassia's new leader. Cardassia allies with the Dominion. The battle for the Alpha Quadrant has begun.

Poster for episode Doctor Bashir, I Presume?.

Doctor Bashir, I Presume?

Stardate: Unknown Bashir is chosen as the model for Starfleet's next Emergency Medical Holographic Doctor. During the process it is revealed that Julian was illegally genetically enhanced as a child, rendering him a genius. However, his father must now face a jail term or his son Julian will be court-martialled from Starfleet.

Poster for episode A Simple Investigation.

A Simple Investigation

Stardate: Unknown A woman has her memories erased and stored on a data chip to infiltrate the Orion Syndicate. Odo falls in love with her, but is must save her life and find her data crystal to restore her life.

Poster for episode Business As Usual.

Business As Usual

Stardate: Unknown Quark enters into the booming business of arms dealing with his cousin. However, his new enterprise may cost him his life.

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Ties Of Blood And Water

Stardate: 50712.5 A Cardassian dissident opposed to the Cardassian/Dominion alliance asks Kira to pose as his daughter so that he may reveal his secrets to use against his enemies as is customary in his culture. The Obsidian Order kidnaps Kira and alter her to look Cardassian in order to pose as the dissident's daughter. Kira must overcome painful memories of her own father's death before she can face him and gain the information.

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Ferengi Love Songs

Stardate: Unknown Quark discovers that his mother, Ishka, is having a love affair with the Grand Nagus of Ferenginar.

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Soldiers Of The Empire

Stardate: Unknown Worf and Dax join a Klingon ship captained by General Martok on his first mission since being freed from the Dominion prison. However, the crew is in such a low state of morale that when they encounter a Jem'Hadar warship, they enter a battle for their lives.

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Children Of Time

Stardate: 50814.2 The Defiant enters a barrier surrounding a planet in the Gamma Quadrant, only to find its inhabitants are the crew's descendants from 200 years in the past.

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Blaze Of Glory

Stardate: Unknown Sisko receives a message from one of the few surviving Maquis members saying that they will launch undetectable missiles at the Cardassians, which will provoke an all out war. Sisko enlists the help of Eddington to aid him in deactivating them, however, all is not as Sisko had been informed.

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Empok Nor

Stardate: Unknown In order to repair the damaged Deep Space Nine, O'Brien assembles a team to salvage parts from the disbanded Empok Nor. However, their presence sets off an old booby trap that put all their lives in danger.

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In The Cards

Stardate: Unknown Jake and Nog attempt to obtain an ancient baseball card to help lift Ben out of his depression. However, in order to get it from its new owner, they must steal equipment from the station, but this brings them under interrogation from the Dominion.

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Call To Arms (1)

Stardate: Unknown Leeta and Rom get married. Sisko decides to mine the wormhole, which will likely start the war. When their plan is detected, Sisko is forced to evacuate the station and endorse the non-aggression pact between Bajor and the Dominion. While patrolling the border, General Martok detects the first wave of Dominion ships headed for Deep Space Nine. All remaining Starfleet personnel are ordered to leave the station. Kira, Odo, Quark, Rom, Morn and Jake stay behind on the station and disable it as it is handed over to the Dominion.

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A Time To Stand (2)

Stardate: Unknown Several months after Deep Space Nine was handed over to the Dominion, the Federation is losing the war. Being relieved of command of the Defiant, Sisko is placed in command of a salvaged Jem'Hadar warship they discovered several months earlier, and must destroy the main Ketracel White production facility in the Alpha Quadrant. The mission is a success but it leaves the ship without warp engines and stranded 17 years from the nearest Federation Starbase.

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Rocks And Shoals (3)

Stardate: 51107.2 The damaged Jem'Hadar ship captained by Sisko crashes on a planet. Dax is seriously injured, but kept alive by Dr. Bashir. A group of Jem'Hadar who also crashed on the ship finds them, and takes them to their injured Vorta leader, who has a proposition for Sisko he may not be able to refuse.

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Sons And Daughters (4)

Stardate: Unknown Worf must help his son, Alexander, to learn the ways of a Klingon warrior, while on a ship patrolling for Dominion vessels.

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Behind The Lines (5)

Stardate: 51149.5 Sisko is promoted, and Dax is placed in command of the Defiant. She must disable a Dominion sensor array that has been monitoring all traffic within five sectors. Meanwhile, on Deep Space Nine, now named Terok Nor, Kira must find a way of preventing the minefield from being destroyed. Odo's loyalties are questioned when he physically joins with the Founder Leader

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Favor The Bold (6)

Stardate: Unknown Odo struggles with his choices between his friends and the link. Sisko faces a suicide mission in order to reclaim Deep Space Nine. Rom is ordered to be executed. Ziyal is assaulted by Damar - Kira sees this altercation and nearly kills Damar over it.

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Sacrifice Of Angels (7)

Stardate: Unknown Sisko faces thousands of Dominion warships alone in an attempt to re-gain Deep Space Nine. Kira, Jake and Leeta are suspected of trying to stop the attempts at disabling the minefield and are held for questioning, but Odo and Ziyal quickly free them. The wormhole aliens contact Sisko, then destroyed the incoming fleet of Dominion ships. Ziyal confesses that she freed Kira and the others. Damar kills her, which leaves Gul Dukat insane.

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You Are Cordially Invited...

Stardate: 51247.5 Worf and Dax's marriage is threatened when Martok's wife does not welcome Dax into the House of Martok.

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Stardate: Unknown The mirror universe's Bareil attempts to steal the Bajoran orb of Prophecy and Change. Things are complicated when Kira falls in love with him.

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Statistical Probabilities

Stardate: Unknown Bashir is asked to help a group of genetically enhanced people integrate into normal society but working around their personality problems. Soon, they must analyse a proposed treaty with the Dominion and predict its outcome.

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The Magnificent Ferengi

Stardate: Unknown Quark enlists the help of Rom, Nog and his employees Gaila, Leck and Brunt to rescue his mother from a Dominion prison.

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Stardate: 51413.6 While en route to Gul Dukat's war crimes hearing, Sisko meets with Dukat on a shuttle. When the shuttle is attacked they crash on a planet, where Dukat has hallucinations of Weyoun and Damar ordering him to kill Sisko. Sisko must activate the distress beacon if he is to be found alive

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Who Mourns For Morn?

Stardate: Unknown It is announced that Morn has died and has left his entire estate to Quark. But claiming his inheritance lands him in a web of lies and deceit over the nature of Morn's wealth.

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Far Beyond The Stars

Stardate: Unknown Sisko has visions of himself and his crew as writers for a science fiction paper in 1950's Earth.

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One Little Ship

Stardate: 51474.2 Dax, O'Brien and Bashir take the runabout U.S.S. Rubicon to explore a nebula, when they shrink to a size where the runabout is four inches long. The Defiant is taken over by the Jem'Hadar, and it up to the tiny crew of the Rubicon to get it back.

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Honor Among Thieves

Stardate: 51474.2 O'Brien is ordered to infiltrate the Orion Syndicate to expose a Federation informant. However, his involvement may lead to the death of his new friend.

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Change Of Heart

Stardate: 51597.2 Worf is forced to choose between the life of his wife Jadzia, and the success of the mission when they must find a Cardassian defector that seeks their help.

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Wrongs Darker Than Death Or Night

Stardate: Unknown When Gul Dukat reveals to Major Kira that her mother was a 'comfort woman' for him during the occupation, Kira uses the Bajoran Orb of Time to travel to the past and find the truth.

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Stardate: Unknown Bashir falls under suspicion of unknowingly supplying information to the Dominion, however, all is not as it may seem.

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In The Pale Moonlight

Stardate: 51721.3 Sisko and Garak lure the Romulans into the Dominion war in order to get them to join the Federation/Klingon Alliance. Without them, the Federation and Klingon Empire would eventually lose the war and fall under Dominion rule.

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His Way

Stardate: Unknown Odo uses Bashir's holosuite character of Vic Fontane to bring himself and Kira closer together.

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The Reckoning

Stardate: Unknown A mysterious tablet is found in the ruins of B'hala, foretelling that "The Reckoning" will soon begin. As Sisko tries to translate the texts on the tablet, Kai Winn pays a visit to Deep Space Nine, demanding that the tablet should be given back to Bajor. Sisko, getting an impulse from the Prophets, smashes the tablet, releasing strange energy-beings. Subsequentely, a Prophet saying that she must defeat the 'Evil One,' which will then usher in Bajor's Golden Age, possesses Kira. Sisko does not intervene, even when the 'Evil One' inhabits the body of his son, Jake.

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Stardate: Unknown Nog and Jake are rescued by the U.S.S. Valiant when their ship is attacked by the Dominion while on their way to Ferenginar. The crew of the Valiant consists of the Starfleet Cadet corps known as 'Red Squad,' an elite band of cadets, after the main crew were killed when the Dominion War broke out. They decide to complete their mission, which Jake sees as suicide.

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Profit And Lace

Stardate: Unknown Thanks to his relationship with Quark and Rom's mother Ishka, Grand Nagus Zek announces that he will allow equal rights for women on Ferenginar. When Ishka has a heart attack, Quark poses as a convincing female in order to let the law pass.

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Time's Orphan

Stardate: Unknown While on a nearby planet, the O'Brien family picnic is interrupted when Molly wanders off and falls into a vortex that sends her 300 years into the past. When they re-open the vortex, they try to retrieve her, but a miscalculation causes an 18-year-old Molly to appear. It is up to the crew of Deep Space Nine to try to re-educate her, while trying to find the original.

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The Sound Of Her Voice

Stardate: Unknown The Defiant attempts to rescue Captain Lisa Cusak who has crashed on a planet with high amounts of carbon dioxide. She has a limited supply of triox, which keeps her alive, but not enough to last until the crew arrives.

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Tears Of The Prophets

Stardate: Unknown Sisko is ordered to launch attacks against Cardassia and the Dominion. In his absence, Dax is left in command if the station. Gul Dukat is possessed by a Pah-wraith in an attempt to destroy the Bajoran Wormhole and the Prophets. Dukat manages to destroy one of the Bajoran Orbs, and kills Jadzia in the process, although the Dax symbiont is saved. The Bajoran Wormhole implodes, the Orbs go dark, and Sisko is forced to take time out while the war continues.

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Image In The Sand

Stardate: Unknown Three months after the wormhole was sealed and the Bajoran Orbs became useless, Sisko must find the Bajoran Orb of the Emissary in order to re-open the wormhole and reactivate the Orbs. Kira, now in command of Deep Space Nine until Sisko returns, is informed that the Romulans wish to set up a station office and a hospital on a Bajoran moon. Sisko has visions of a woman's face buried in the sand, who is revealed to be Sisko's real mother. Sisko encounters the new host of the Dax symbiont, a young woman named Ezri.

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Shadows And Symbols

Stardate: Unknown Worf attempts to win a battle by destroying a Dominion shipyard to guarantee Jadzia's spirit a place in Sto-vo-kor, the Klingon afterlife. Ezri wishes to join Ben, Joseph and Jake Sisko on their hunt for the Bajoran Orb of the Emissary. After discovering the Orb, and opening the case, the Wormhole is re-opened and the Orbs are reactivated. Sisko learns that a Prophet, to ensure his birth and guarantee his destiny, possessed his mother. Kira must find a way of preventing the Romulans from building weapons on the Bajoran moon where they claim they are building a hospital.

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Stardate: Unknown On Deep Space Nine, Ezri must deal with the different reactions of the crew to her presence: Kira tries to be friendly, Quark flirts with her, Worf wants nothing to do with her, and Sisko is happy to see her. Ezri makes plans to leave the station due to Worf's discomfort around her presence, and the painful memories she provokes. When Garak collapses with terrifying bouts of claustrophobia, Sisko invites Ezri to stay aboard Deep Space Nine as the station's new counsellor.

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Take Me Out To The Holo-Suite

Stardate: Unknown Sisko challenges an old Starfleet Academy acquaintance, the Vulcan Captain Solok, to a game of Baseball on the holosuite.

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Stardate: Unknown A group of genetically enhanced humans appeal to Dr. Bashir to help cure their friend Sarina, who has mysteriously entered a catatonic state.

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Treachery, Faith, And The Great River

Stardate: Unknown Odo must get a cloned Weyoun, who wishes to defect, back to Deep Space Nine without their runabout being destroyed by Jem'Hadar troops. Odo also learns that a virus is slowly wiping out the changeling Founders.

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Once More Unto The Breach

Stardate: Unknown Worf grants Kor a place on his ship as they launch an attack against the Dominion. Tensions rise when Martok encounters Kor, who denied him officer status many years ago because Martok was descended from a common house.

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The Siege Of AR-558

Stardate: Unknown Sisko plans an attack that will allow them to tap in to the Dominion's communication array in the Alpha Quadrant on the planet AR-558. He must also find a way of revealing the 'Houdinis'; mines which hide themselves in subspace and explode without warning. Nog loses his leg during a battle.

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Stardate: Unknown Dukat tries to persuade Kira to join a cult that worships the Pah-wraiths when she is unexpectedly transported to Empok Nor.

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It's Only A Paper Moon

Stardate: Unknown Nog takes medical leave in the holosuite program of a 1962 Earth Las Vegas lounge after he lost his leg during a previous battle. Although his new leg is fully functional, he still uses a walking stick, a purely psychological situation, which one of the holo-characters, Vic Fontane, tries to help him overcome.

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Prodigal Daughter

Stardate: Unknown Miles O'Brien disappears while on a secret trip to New Sydney, which is in a system where Ezri's mother owns a mining company. While on her journey, Ezri is reunited with her estranged family.

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The Emperor's New Cloak

Stardate: Unknown Grand Nagus Zek is kidnapped by members of the resistance cells from the mirror universe. The mirror universe's Ezri arrives on Deep Space Nine and offers an exchange: a cloaking device for Zek. Quark and Rom accompany the Mirror Ezri back to her universe where they are captured and held prisoner.

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Field Of Fire

Stardate: Unknown Ezri is enlisted to help track down a serial killer that is loose on Deep Space Nine. In order to gain an insight into the killer's mind, she calls on the experiences of self-professed murder and a past host of Dax, Joran.

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Stardate: Unknown Odo meets another shapeshifter, whom he recognises as one of the 100 infants sent out to learn abouth other species and cultures. The changling, Laars, offers Odo the chance to join him and search for the rest of his kind that were sent out.

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Badda-Bing, Badda-Bang

Stardate: Unknown The senior crew of Deep Space Nine takes on roles in the holosuite to save Vic Fontane's lounge from being controlled by mobsters.

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Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges

Stardate: Unknown As Dr. Bashir leaves for a medical convention on Romulus, a member of Section 31, who asks him to get as much information on the Romulan Government as possible, approaches him. It soon becomes clear that Bashir may be caught in a confused double cross.

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Penumbra (1)

Stardate: Unknown Sisko buys land on Bajor. Worf goes missing, and Ezri steals a runabout to find him. Sisko proposes to Kasidy, but he is soon warned by the Sarah prophet to break the engagement.

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'Til Death Do Us Part (2)

Stardate: Unknown Dukat, surgically altered to look Bajoran, tries to gain Kai Winn's confidence. Sisko cancels his engagement with Kasidy, but shortly changes his mind and marries her despite further warning from the Sarah Prophet. The Breen join the Dominion/Cardassian Alliance.

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Strange Bedfellows (3)

Stardate: Unknown Ezri and Worf are taken aboard a Jem'Hadar ship where the Dominion/Breen treaty is signed. Ezri and Worf soon discover that they are to be put to death. Kasidy has a hard time adjusting to her new role as wife of the Emissary. Damar provides an escape route for Worf and Ezri just as they are lead to the execution chambers. Kai Winn decides to join Dukat in following the Pah-wraiths.

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The Changing Face Of Evil (4)

Stardate: Unknown Worf and Ezri return safely to Deep Space Nine. The Breen launch an attack on Federation Headquarters, while Damar secretly forms plans to free Cardassia from Dominion rule. Sisko is informed that the Breen have launched an attack against the only foothold the Federation has in Dominion territory. Kai Winn and Gul Dukat try to find a way of releasing the Pah-wraiths from the Fire Caves on Bajor.

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When It Rains... (5)

Stardate: Unknown Sisko orders Kira to teach Damar and his troops resistance tactics. Bashir asks for Odo's help in searching for a cure to the virus that is slowly killing the Founders, when he discovers that Odo is also infected with it. Gowron overthrows Martok's command of Klingon forces. Kai Winn continues to search for a way of revealing the text in the Kosst Amojan, a sacred text that contains the secret of releasing the Pah-wraiths, if the writing can be revealed. Bashir suspects Section 31 of creating and releasing the Founder's virus.

Poster for episode Tacking Into The Wind (6).

Tacking Into The Wind (6)

Stardate: Unknown Bashir works around the clock to find a cure for the Founder's disease. Kira makes plans to steal Breen technology that would make the Federation ships immune to Breen/Dominion weaponry. Damar learns that his family was killed by the Dominion. Worf challenges Gowron's corrupt leadership of the Klingon Empire, which results in Gowron's death. Bashir and O'Brien plot to capture a member of Section 31 who may hold the cure for Odo's illness.

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Extreme Measures (7)

Stardate: Unknown O'Brien and Bashir manage to lure Sloan, the Section 31 operative, to Deep Space Nine where they probe his mind and enter his consciousness to find a cure for the virus plaguing the Founders, as well as Odo.

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The Dogs Of War (8)

Stardate: Unknown Sisko takes command of a new ship named in honor of the Defiant, while Kira, Garak and Damar barely survive a Dominion ambush on Cardassia Prime. Bashir and Ezri reveal their attractions for one another over coffee. Quark is appointed Zek's successor, and he is determined to overthrow new democratic changes that have just been implemented into Ferengi society. Garak, Damar and Kira successfully plant a bomb in Dominion barracks on Cardassia. In a shock turn of events, Zek appoints Rom as the new Grand Nagus of Ferenginar, despite Quark's earlier announcement.

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What You Leave Behind (1)

Stardate: Unknown Sisko launches the Federation/Klingon/Romulan attack against the Dominion on Cardassia. Kira, Damar and Garak destroy a power supply on Cardassia as the Cardassian population rises against the Dominion. Kai Winn asks Gul Dukat to join her in releasing the Pah-wraiths from the Fire Caves. Bashir and Ezri spend the night together on the eve of the war. The Founder Leader orders the execution of Damar, Garak and Kira after Jem'Hadar forces capture them; however, Cardassian forces free them. Meanwhile, on Bajor, Kai Winn recites from the Kosst Amojan in an attempt to release the Pah-wraiths.

Poster for episode What You Leave Behind (2).

What You Leave Behind (2)

Stardate: Unknown The war turns in favour of the Federation/Klingon/Romulan forces as the Cardassians change sides mid-battle. In retaliation, the Founder Leader orders the extermination of the Cardassian race. Kira, Garak and Damar take over the Dominion briefing room, where Garak kills Weyoun and Kira hold the Founder Leader at gunpoint, ordering her to stop the war and surrender. Kira contacts Sisko, who orders Odo to link with the Founder Leader. He does so, and cures her of the virus that has ravaged her people. In light of this event, she calls a cease-fire. Odo tells Kira that he is returning to his homeworld. In the Fire Caves on Bajor, Kai Winn offers Dukat as a sacrifice to the Pah-wraiths. With the signing of the surrender documents, the war officially ends. Later, O'Brien announces that he is returning to Earth with his family to teach at Starfleet Academy, Odo makes plans to return to his homeworld to heal the other Founders, and Worf is appointed Federation Ambassador to Kronos. Sisko has a vision of the Sarah Prophet, who instructs him to go to the Fire Caves, where he encounters a possessed Gul Dukat, and a recently sacrificed Kai Winn. Sisko fights with Dukat, but during the struggle, Sisko, Dukat and the Kosst Amojan plunge into the abyss. Sisko awakens to learn that he has become a prophet, the Pah-wraiths have been returned to the Fire Caves, and his destiny is now fulfilled. He contacts Kasidy through a vision telling her that he will return one day. Jake is left to deal with his father's 'evolution,' Kira is placed in command of Deep Space Nine, Ezri and Bashir plan a life together, and Kira comforts a now fatherless Jake.