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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993-1999)

Episode:301
The Search Part I

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Sisko takes the new USS Defiant into the Gamma Quadrant to find the mysterious leaders of the Dominion and avert a war, while Odo is drawn by instinct towards his home planet in the Omarion Nebula.

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Stardate: 48213.1
Air Date: 09/26/94
Director: Kim Friedman

Jack's Review
Now we have the Defiant...what a cool ship. Can't wait for more.

Episode:302
The Search Part II

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Odo begins to connect with his fellow Changelings as Sisko attempts to negotiate peace with the Dominion.

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Stardate: 48213.1
Air Date: 10/03/94
Director: Jonathan Frakes

Jack's Review
Great twist in this episode. Terrific acting all around.

Episode:303
The House of Quark

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Quark lies about killing a Klingon, Kozak, and is then forced to marry the widow, Grilka, founding his own 'House of Quark'.

Features: The Klingons The Ferengi
Stardate: 48224.2
Air Date: 10/10/94
Director: Les Landau

Jack's Review
An Emmy should go to Armin Shimerman for his constantly amazing portrayal of Quark. Great episode!

Episode:304
Equilibrium

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A secret from Dax's past could mean the end of the current host's life.

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Stardate: 48231.7
Air Date: 10/17/94
Director: Cliff Bole

Jack's Review
Pretty cool episode but overall just okay.

Episode:305
Second Skin

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Kira is kidnapped by Cardassians, surgically altered to look Cardassian and told she is actually an undercover Cardassian agent.

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Stardate: 48244.5
Air Date: 10/24/94
Director: Les Landau

Jack's Review
Great episode that will leave you scratching your head. Well acted and written.

Episode:306
The Abandoned

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Quark purchases a salvaged ship from the Gamma Quadrant and discovers an infant on board.

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Stardate: 48301.1
Air Date: 10/31/94
Director: Avery Brooks

Jack's Review
Neat to see how the Jem Hadar are created. Overall an okay episode.

Episode:307
Civil Defense

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Deep Space Nine is progressively locked down after O'Brien, Jake and Sisko accidentally activate an automated Cardassian security program. The program's counter-insurgency measures keep escalating until it initiates an auto-destruct. Gul Dukat beams on board, but is unable to stop the self-destruct sequence.

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Stardate: 48388.8
Air Date: 11/07/94
Director: Reza Badiyi

Jack's Review
Awesome episode! Love the cascade of worse problems. Well done!

Episode:308
Meridian

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Dax falls in love with Deral who will soon disappear because he is a member of Meridian, a planet that phases between dimensions every 60 years.

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Stardate: 48423.2
Air Date: 11/14/94
Director: Jonathan Frakes

Jack's Review
Nice love story but just an okay episode.

Episode:309
Defiant

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Commander William Riker shows up unannounced and Kira shows him the Defiant, where he reveals his true motives for coming to Deep Space Nine.

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Stardate: 48467.3
Air Date: 11/21/94
Director: Cliff Bole

Jack's Review
Great episode. I love Riker but Thomas was a nice return too. Well done.

Episode:310
Fascination

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Lwaxana Troi pursues Odo during the Bajoran Gratitude Festival as members of the crew suddenly become infatuated with one another.

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Stardate: 48441.6
Air Date: 11/28/94
Director: Avery Brooks

Jack's Review
Easily one of the funniest Trek episodes ever. The part where Bareil punches Sisko made me crack up!

Episode:311
Past Tense Part I

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A transporter accident sends Sisko, Bashir, and Dax three centuries into Earth's dark past to a time just before the Bell riots, a violent civil disturbance in opposition to Sanctuaries which are controlled ghettos for the dispossessed.

Features: Time Travel
Stardate: 48481.2
Air Date: 01/02/95
Director: Reza Badiyi

Jack's Review
Great time travel episode!

Episode:312
Past Tense Part II

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Sisko assumes the role of a pivotal historical figure, Gabriel Bell, in order to restore the timeline.

Features: Time Travel
Stardate: 48481.2
Air Date: 01/09/95
Director: Jonathan Frakes

Jack's Review
Great wrap up of the two part episode. Well done time travel as only Trek can do it.

Episode:313
Life Support

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Bashir's ethics are put to the test as he keeps Vedek Bareil alive long enough to help Kai Winn complete negotiations for a peace treaty with Cardassia.

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Stardate: 48498.4
Air Date: 01/31/95
Director: Reza Badiyi

Jack's Review
Sad to see Bareil die. I was really starting to like the character. This one felt a bit silly with Winn pestering him on his death bed so often.

Episode:314
Heart of Stone

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When Kira's life is put in jeopardy Odo expresses the depth of his feelings for her. Meanwhile, back on the station, Nog requests a letter of recommendation to Starfleet.

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Stardate: 48521.5
Air Date: 02/06/95
Director: Alexander Singer

Jack's Review
Amazing acting by René Auberjonois and Nana Visitor makes this one fun.

Episode:315
Destiny

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Despite Trakor's Bajoran prophecy of destruction, Sisko assists in a joint scientific venture with the Cardassians to open communications through the Bajoran wormhole.

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Stardate: 48543.2
Air Date: 02/13/95
Director: Les Landau

Jack's Review
Terrific episode with some great looks at female Cardassians.

Episode:316
Prophet Motive

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Quark discovers that Grand Nagus Zek has written a new virtuous and benevolent set of the Rules of Acquisition, which would put an end to the traditional Ferengi ways.

Features: The Ferengi
Stardate: 48555.5
Air Date: 02/20/95
Director: Rene Auberjonois

Jack's Review
Hilarious episode. I love Quark, Rom, and Zek. They play together so well - and Wallace Shawn's Zek is a riot!

Episode:317
Visionary

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Exposure to radiation causes O'Brien to jump five hours into the future for brief periods, as Deep Space Nine hosts Romulan and Klingon delegations.

Features: Time Travel
Stardate: 48576.7
Air Date: 02/27/95
Director: Reza Badiyi

Jack's Review
One of the best DS9 episodes overall. Great acting by Colm Meaney in this one makes it a joy to watch.

Episode:318
Distant Voices

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Julian Bashir is subjected to a telepathic attack by an alien seeking a restricted substance.

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Stardate: 48592.2
Air Date: 04/10/95
Director: Alexander Singer

Jack's Review
Interesting if strange epsiode. Great acting by Alexander Siddig.

Episode:319
Through the Looking Glass

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Sisko is convinced by Smiley O'Brien from a parallel universe to assume the role of the dead Captain Sisko.

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Stardate: 48601.1
Air Date: 04/17/95
Director: Winrich Kolbe

Jack's Review
Amazing mirror universe episode! Hope there are plenty more!

Episode:320
Improbable Cause

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Garak's tailor shop is bombed, forcing Odo to investigate who is trying to kill the Cardassian exile – and why.

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Stardate: 48620.3
Air Date: 04/24/95
Director: Avery Brooks

Jack's Review
More excellent use of Garak culminating in one heck of a space battle.

Episode:321
The Die is Cast

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Garak reluctantly tortures Odo for information to prove his loyalty to his former mentor, Enabran Tain, as a joint Tal Shiar/Obsidian Order attack on the Founders in the Omarian Nebula is underway, without Starfleet's involvement.

Features: The Romulans
Stardate: 48622.5
Air Date: 05/01/95
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
Amazing episode!

Episode:322
Explorers

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Sisko builds a replica of an ancient Bajoran space vessel and with Jake attempts to prove that the Bajorans developed interstellar travel before Cardassians.

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Stardate: 48699.9
Air Date: 05/08/95
Director: Cliff Bole

Jack's Review
This was a nice change from the really deep episode before it. Fun overall with a nifty ending.

Episode:323
Family Business

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Quark returns to his home planet to confront his mother after hearing from the Ferengi Commerce Authority that she broke the law by earning profit.

Features: The Ferengi
Stardate: 48731.2
Air Date: 05/15/95
Director: Rene Auberjonois

Jack's Review
Another fun one that gives us a look at the Ferengi home world. Great acting really helps this one along. One thing I can say, Armin Shimerman should have won several Emmy awards for his work as Quark.

Episode:324
Shakaar

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Kai Winn needs Kira to convince her former resistance leader, Shakaar, now a farmer on Bajor, to return soil reclamators needed elsewhere in Rakantha, which used to be Bajor's most productive agricultural region.

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Stardate: 48764.8
Air Date: 05/22/95
Director: Jonathan West

Jack's Review
I liked this one. The former members of Kira's resistance cell are a fun group. Great smackdown on Kai Winn too!

Episode:325
Facets

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Jadzia Dax deals with feelings of inferiority as she encounters past hosts in a Trill Zhian'tara ceremony which is able to transfer the memories of former hosts into another recipient.

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Stardate: 48959.1
Air Date: 06/12/95
Director: Cliff Bole

Jack's Review
This one really shows off the cast's acting chops. I liked this one but it does have a more stagnant feel.

Episode:326
The Adversary

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Ambassador Krajensky informs newly promoted Captain Sisko that there has been a coup on Tzenketh. A Changeling hides on board the Defiant and sabotages the ship.

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Stardate: 48962.5
Air Date: 06/19/95
Director: Alexander Singer

Jack's Review
Terrific episode! Felt like a combination of The Thing and Alien in a Starfleet package. Well done!

 
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