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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993-1999)

Episode:401
The Way of the Warrior

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A Klingon fleet arrives on its way to expand the Klingon Empire at the expense of the Cardassians in the face of the Dominion threat, and Worf is brought to DS9 to negotiate.

Features: The Klingons
Stardate: 49011.4
Air Date: 10/02/95
Director: James L. Conway

Jack's Review
Great to see another familiar face. Can't wait to see how they develop Worf's character.

Episode:403
The Visitor

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An elderly Jake Sisko relates the story of how he lost his father to a temporal displacement accident.

Features: Time Travel
Stardate: 49037.7
Air Date: 10/09/95
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
I admit it, I cried like a sissy at the end of this heart felt and tremendous episode. Easily one of Trek's best.

Episode:404
Hippocratic Oath

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Bashir assists a rogue group of Jem'Hadar led by Goran'Agar attempting to overcome their genetic addiction to Ketracel White. Goran'Agar is able to survive without the White and enlists the aid of Bashir to try to understand why.

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Stardate: 49066.5
Air Date: 10/16/95
Director: Rene Auberjonois

Jack's Review
This one was really cool. Nice insight into the Jem'Hadar too. I didn't care for the ending as much as I would have hoped. O'Brien and Bashir are terrific together...so don't mess with that!

Episode:405
Indiscretion

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Forced to bring along Dukat on a personal mission to investigate the fate of the Ravinok, Kira discovers the real reason her old enemy wants to accompany her.

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Stardate: 49122.4
Air Date: 10/23/95
Director: LeVar Burton

Jack's Review
Hilarious at times, serious at others....pretty much sums up all of DS9, I think. I know he is the jerk, but I can't help liking Dukat.

Episode:406
Rejoined

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Dax is reunited with Lenara Kahn, whose previous host was the wife of one of Dax's former hosts, Torias Dax, and the two struggle with their feelings for one another.

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Stardate: 49195.5
Air Date: 10/30/95
Director: Avery Brooks

Jack's Review
Eh - good acting, but the story just isn't what I watch Trek for.

Episode:407
Starship Down

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The USS Defiant becomes trapped in a planet's radiation-filled atmosphere after battling with the Jem'Hadar.

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Stardate: 49263.5
Air Date: 11/06/95
Director: Alexander Singer

Jack's Review
A nice Run Slient, Run Deep style episode much in the way Balance of Terror was for the original series. Just plain fun, exciting, tense, one of the show's best.

Episode:408
Little Green Men

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Quark, Rom, Nog, and Odo are accidentally thrust back in time to Roswell, New Mexico, Earth, in 1947.

Features: Time Travel The Ferengi
Stardate: 49201.3
Air Date: 11/13/95
Director: James L. Conway

Jack's Review
How funny is this episode? So the Roswell aliens were Ferengi from the future....I can believe that. Hilarious.

Episode:409
The Sword of Kahless

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Worf, Dax and a revered Klingon Dahar master, Kor, search for the Sword of Kahless to unite the Klingon Empire.

Features: The Klingons
Stardate: 49289
Air Date: 11/20/95
Director: LeVar Burton

Jack's Review
Fun - but this one feels like a retelling of Lord of the Rings. Great acting and direction...but not one of my favorites.

Episode:410
Our Man Bashir

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Bashir plays a 1960s secret agent in a holosuite, when Garak unexpectedly intrudes, but his help is needed when the DS9 computer uses the holosuite to store the patterns of other crew members during a teleporting accident.

Features: The Holodeck
Stardate: 49300.7
Air Date: 11/27/95
Director: Winrich Kolbe

Jack's Review
Hands-down a Star Trek classic. Love that Garak is along for the ride. He makes every episode better.

Episode:411
Homefront

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Sisko and Odo are brought to Earth when it's suspected Changelings are infiltrating Starfleet.

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Stardate: 49370
Air Date: 01/01/96
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
Great start to a two-parter. Plenty of intrigue and suspense.

Episode:412
Paradise Lost

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As Sisko and Odo prepare for a Dominion invasion they discover a plot to place the Federation under military control.

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Stardate: 49482.3
Air Date: 01/08/96
Director: Reza Badiyi

Jack's Review
Great ending to this two-part story! Love the suspense they are able to enlist with the Changeling threat.

Episode:413
Crossfire

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Odo's hidden feelings for Kira surface when the visiting Bajoran First Minister, Shakaar Edon, begins to court her.

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Stardate: 49517.3
Air Date: 01/29/96
Director: Les Landau

Jack's Review
The love story between Odo and Kira is one of the best in Trek. The longing in Odo's face and the fact that Kira doesn't know is so well done!

Episode:414
Return to Grace

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Dukat seeks Kira's help in regaining his rank in the Cardassian Empire.

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Stardate: 49534.2
Air Date: 02/05/96
Director: Jonathan West

Jack's Review
A pretty good one that shows us just how bad Gul Dukat can be.

Episode:415
Sons of Mogh

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Cast out of Klingon society because of Worf's dishonor, his outcast brother, Kurn, asks Worf to kill him.

Features: The Klingons
Stardate: 49556.2
Air Date: 02/12/96
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
Great episode that helps end Kurn's story from TNG. A nice way to go out too.

Episode:416
Bar Association

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Rom creates a union for Quark's employees and goes on strike.

Features: The Ferengi
Stardate: 49565.1
Air Date: 02/19/96
Director: LeVar Burton

Jack's Review
Another hilarious one. I love Rom. Terrific character and so well acted.

Episode:417
Accession

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A famous Bajoran poet, Akorem Laan, who disappeared over 200 years ago appears from the wormhole and convinces Sisko that he is the true Emissary.

Features: Time Travel
Stardate: 49600.7
Air Date: 02/26/96
Director: Les Landau

Jack's Review
Cool episode that redirects the focus back on Sisko and his position as the Emissary.

Episode:418
Rules of Engagement

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Worf accidentally destroys a civilian ship during battle and faces a hearing to determine whether he should be extradited to the Klingon Empire.

Features: The Klingons
Stardate: 49665.3
Air Date: 04/08/96
Director: LeVar Burton

Jack's Review
I typically don't care for courtroom drama, but this episode really delivers. Very well done.

Episode:419
Hard Time

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O'Brien's mind has been altered to create memories of being incarcerated for 20 years on an alien world on charges of espionage and sedition.

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Stardate: 49680.5
Air Date: 04/15/96
Director: Alexander Singer

Jack's Review
This one was actually hard to watch. I love Miles. Easily one of my favorite Star Trek characters. So to watch him suffer so terribly is gut-wrenching. So glad they got him back on track.

Episode:420
Shattered Mirror

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Sisko attempts to rescue Jake after he is lured into a war-torn mirror universe by his mother's living counterpart.

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Stardate: 49699.1
Air Date: 04/22/96
Director: James L. Conway

Jack's Review
All I am going to say is that I love DS9's mirror universe episodes.

Episode:421
The Muse

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While Odo assists a pregnant Lwaxana Troi, Jake falls under the spell of a mysterious woman, Onaya.

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Stardate: 49702.2
Air Date: 04/29/96
Director: David Livingston

Jack's Review
The part with Odo and Lwaxana is great...the part with Jake is not. Oh well, they can't all be zingers.

Episode:422
For the Cause

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Sisko learns that his girlfriend Kasidy might be a Maquis smuggler.

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Stardate: 49729.8
Air Date: 05/06/96
Director: James L. Conway

Jack's Review
Another terrific one that carries the overall story along.

Episode:423
To the Death

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Sisko and the Defiant crew join forces with the Jem'Hadar to stop a group of Jem'Hadar renegades from gaining power.

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Stardate: 49904.2
Air Date: 05/13/96
Director: LeVar Burton

Jack's Review
Great joining of forces here. Love how Worf wades through the Jem'Hadar like they are not even there.

Episode:424
The Quickening

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Bashir tries to free the population of a Gamma Quadrant world in the Teplan system of an engineered disease left by the Dominion 200 years previously.

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Stardate: 49909.7
Air Date: 05/20/96
Director: Rene Auberjonois

Jack's Review
Great episode that shows off just how dark DS9 can be. In TOS or TNG, this disease would have been completely cured by the end of the episode....DS9, nope.

Episode:425
Body Parts

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Quark is diagnosed with a terminal disease, Dorek's Syndrome, and given a week to live.

Features: The Ferengi
Stardate: 49930.3
Air Date: 06/10/96
Director: Avery Brooks

Jack's Review
Hilarious story that adds SO much more depth to Quark. Easily one of the best for him.

Episode:426
Broken Link

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Odo collapses and is taken to the Infirmary. The doctor discovers Odo is losing his ability to maintain solid form.

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Stardate: 49962.4
Air Date: 06/17/96
Director: Les Landau

Jack's Review
Great episode that shows off the cast's acting ability yet again.

 
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