11252

MYTREKSITE.COM

MYTREKSITE.COM

 
72170

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993-1999)

Episode:201
The Homecoming

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip pip pip Jack's Favorite

Quark gives Kira a Bajoran earring he claims was sent as a message from a Cardassian mining planet.

Features:
Stardate: 47101.2
Air Date: 09/26/93
Director: Winrich Kolbe

Jack's Review
Fantastic story and acting - part 1 of a three parter. My only complaint is the rescue seemed a bit too easy....other than that, excellent adventure.

Episode:202
The Circle

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip pip pip Jack's Favorite

The Circle attempts to topple the Bajoran government, but there is more to the situation than meets the eye.

Features:
Stardate: 47125.7
Air Date: 10/03/93
Director: Corey Allen

Jack's Review
Another terrific episode in the three part coup attempt.

Episode:203
The Siege

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip pip pip Jack's Favorite

Sisko and Li Nalas help stop Deep Space Nine from being commandeered by the Bajorans, while Kira and Dax try to put an end to the Circle by presenting evidence that Minister Jaro is being backed by the Cardassians.

Features:
Stardate: 47143.9
Air Date: 10/10/93
Director: Winrich Kolbe

Jack's Review
Shame that Li had to die but it was a great episode all around.

Episode:204
Invasive Procedures

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip pip

A plasma storm leads to the evacuation of most of the station, but a Trill refugee has his own plans.

Features:
Stardate: 47182.1
Air Date: 10/17/93
Director: Les Landau

Jack's Review
Great episode. Tim Russ as a Klingon was a nice surprise!

Episode:205
Cardassians

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip pip

Garak investigates the identity of a Cardassian boy, Rugal, abandoned on Bajor, who has been raised by a Bajoran.

Features:
Stardate: 47177.2
Air Date: 10/24/93
Director: Cliff Bole

Jack's Review
Cool premise but a tad flawed towards the end. The poor kid is forced to leave his adoptive parents and doesn't even get to say goodbye?

Episode:206
Melora

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip pip

Bashir tries to help Ensign Melora Pazlar, the first Elaysian to join Starfleet, adjust to normal gravity.

Features:
Stardate: 47229.1
Air Date: 10/31/93
Director: Winrich Kolbe

Jack's Review
Cool episode that showcases Bashir. Terrific use of a new species too.

Episode:207
Rules of Acquisition

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip pip

Quark represents Grand Nagus Zek in a plot to establish a Ferengi business presence in the Gamma Quadrant. Pel, a young Ferengi, teams up with Quark and they learn that to do business in the Gamma Quadrant they must contact the Keremma, a member race of the Dominion.

Features: The Ferengi
Stardate: 47261.7
Air Date: 11/07/93
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
The first mention of the Dominion! Great and fun episode with nice twists until the end.

Episode:208
Necessary Evil

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip pip

When Quark is shot, Odo re-opens a five-year-old murder case of Mr. Vaatrik who was a Cardassian collaborator.

Features:
Stardate: 47282.5
Air Date: 11/14/93
Director: James L. Conway

Jack's Review
Another great outing. The back story for Odo is great and the interplay between the cast members shows some great depth.

Episode:209
Second Sight

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip pip pip Jack's Favorite

A mysterious woman, Fenna, catches Sisko's eye during their fleeting meetings.

Features:
Stardate: 47329.4
Air Date: 11/21/93
Director: Alexander Singer

Jack's Review
Terrific episode with loads of laughs and tons of emotion - easily of the best in the series so far.

Episode:210
Sanctuary

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip pip

The Skrreea, displaced humanoid farmers from the Gamma Quadrant, claim Bajor as Kentanna, their legendary homeland.

Features:
Stardate: 47391.2
Air Date: 11/28/93
Director: Les Landau

Jack's Review
An interesting episode all around. Plenty of laughs too.

Episode:211
Rivals

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip pip pip Jack's Favorite

Quark feels threatened when a charming swindler, Martus Mazur, opens a competing bar (Club Martus).

Features:
Stardate: 47349.2
Air Date: 01/02/94
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
Absolutely fantastic episode. Fun, funny, nice twists. Easily one of my favorites.

Episode:212
The Alternate

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip pip

A scientist, Dr. Mora Pol of the Bajoran Science Institute, finds a life-form in the Gamma Quadrant that may be related to Odo.

Features:
Stardate: 47352.1
Air Date: 01/09/94
Director: David Carson

Jack's Review
Nice and creepy here. I love James Sloyan in every Star Trek role I have seen him in and while I prefer his Romulan role on TNG, this is another terrific acting job by one of the best Trek guest star regulars.

Episode:213
Armageddon Game

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip pip

O'Brien and Bashir help two warring races, the Kellerans and T'lani, erase all knowledge of a deadly biological weapon, but are not trusted to keep what they have learned a secret.

Features:
Stardate: 47444.8
Air Date: 01/30/94
Director: Winrich Kolbe

Jack's Review
Very neat episode but I am wondering how Bashir cured O'Brein so easily since he was infected with some genetic weapon that was supposed to be so terrible. This one adds more depth to what will, I am sure, become the Geordi/Data team of DS9.

Episode:214
Whispers

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip pip pip

While preparing the station for upcoming peace talks, O'Brien discovers that the crew have been hiding information from him and giving orders behind his back. O'Brien begins to suspect everyone on the station is gradually being altered or replaced by an unknown force.

Features:
Stardate: 47581.2
Air Date: 02/06/94
Director: Les Landau

Jack's Review
Colm Meaney really shows his acting chops in this one. Neat episode with one heck of a twist at the end.

Episode:215
Paradise

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip pip

Commander Sisko and Chief O'Brien are stranded on a planet, Aurelius, where their leader, Alixus, rejects technology, even when it means the death of others.

Features:
Stardate: 47573.1
Air Date: 02/13/94
Director: Corey Allen

Jack's Review
Fine acting in this one. Love Sisko's refusal to obey and O'Brien's rescue is great.

Episode:216
Shadowplay

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip pip

Odo and Dax investigate why a village's residents are disappearing.

Features:
Stardate: 47603.3
Air Date: 02/20/94
Director: Robert Scheerer

Jack's Review
A very sweet episode. Loved spotting "Red" from an old Cary Grant movie.

Episode:217
Playing God

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip

A proto-universe threatens to destroy the station and Bajor. Dax has a field docent (a Trill candidate initiate), named Arjin, whom she helps find his voice — to discover what he wants from life and from joining.

Features:
Stardate: 47678.3
Air Date: 02/27/94
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
Fairly interesting but just a tad too odd.

Episode:218
Profit and Loss

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip pip

Quark is reunited with his former Cardassian lover, Natima Lang, but she is engaged in dangerous political intrigue with her students Rekela and Hogue: they want to reduce the political power of the Cardassian military.

Features:
Stardate: 47701.5
Air Date: 03/20/94
Director: Robert Wiemer

Jack's Review
I absolutely love the interplay between Quark and Odo and this episode is one of the best.

Episode:219
Blood Oath

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip pip

Jadzia Dax honors an oath made by Curzon Dax to three Klingons (Kor, Koloth, and Kang), and goes with them on a crusade against their sworn enemy the Albino who murdered their firstborn children as revenge for stopping his raid on a Klingon colony.

Features: The Klingons
Stardate: 47789.8
Air Date: 03/27/94
Director: Winrich Kolbe

Jack's Review
Fun episode! Loved seeing the three original Klingon actors reprise their roles.

Episode:220
The Maquis Part I

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip pip

Federation colonists reject a treaty with Cardassia and take matters into their own hands, forming a terrorist group called 'The Maquis'.

Features:
Stardate: 47802.3
Air Date: 04/24/94
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
Getting into the meat of DS9 now. This one sets up so much for future stories and ties into Voyager nicely!

Episode:221
The Maquis Part II

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip pip

Federation colonists reject a treaty with Cardassia and take matters into their own hands by planning to destroy a weapons depot at the Cardassian Bryma colony.

Features:
Stardate: 47805.1
Air Date: 05/01/94
Director: Corey Allen

Jack's Review
Great ending. Glad to see the Maquis formation completed. Should make for some great upcoming episodes.

Episode:222
The Wire

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip pip

In order to save Garak's life, Bashir must unravel some of the secrets in the Cardassian's past.

Features:
Stardate: 47849.8
Air Date: 05/08/94
Director: Kim Friedman

Jack's Review
I really like Andy Robinson as Garak. Great enigmatic character. This one adds a lot of depth to him.

Episode:223
Crossover

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip pip pip Jack's Favorite

Kira and Bashir accidentally cross to the Mirror Universe, where a Klingon-Cardassian alliance rules. A century before, James T. Kirk had made a similar crossover, affecting human and galactic history. Terrans are slaves on the station.

Features:
Stardate: 47879.2
Air Date: 05/15/94
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
DS9 goes back to the original mirror universe so well here that my only complaint was that the episode ended....

Episode:224
The Collaborator

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip pip

A Bajoran secretary named Kubus, who aided the Cardassian occupation forces wants to return home from exile. Vedek Winn engages in a power play to become Kai against Vedek Bareil.

Features:
Stardate: 47921.5
Air Date: 05/22/94
Director: Cliff Bole

Jack's Review
While I am not a huge fan of the Bajoran power struggle this one was still fun.

Episode:225
Tribunal

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip pip

O'Brien is declared guilty of an unspecified crime and later tried at a tribunal held on Cardassia Prime.

Features:
Stardate: 47944.2
Air Date: 06/05/94
Director: Avery Brooks

Jack's Review
Great premise with a "we ran out of time" ending. Still worth watching.

Episode:226
The Jem'Hadar

Jack's Rating:
pip pip pip pip

Sisko, Jake, Nog, and Quark go camping on a Gamma Quadrant world, but are captured by mysterious soldiers called the Jem'Hadar and meet a force, the Dominion, to rival the Federation.

Features:
Stardate: 47987.5
Air Date: 06/12/94
Director: Kim Friedman

Jack's Review
A new terrifying enemy! Love it! Can't wait for more!

 
© MyTrekSite.com • MyTrekSite.com is not endorsed, sponsored, or affiliated with Netflix, Paramount Plus, CBS Studios Inc. or the Star Trek franchise.
All STAR TREK trademarks and logos are owned by CBS Studios, Inc.