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"The Homecoming"

 
Episode Number21  
Production Number421 
Season
Stardate47101.2  (Calendar Year 2370) 
Original Airdate9/25/1993 
 
StoryJeri Taylor and Ira Steven Behr 
TeleplayIra Steven Behr 
DirectorWinrich Kolbe 
 
Synopsis
Quark receives a mysterious Bajoran earring which was smuggled out of a prison camp on Cardassia IV. Major Kira recognizes it as belonging to Li Nalas, a legendary Bajoran resistance fighter. Planning a rescue, she begs Commander Sisko for a Runabout. He agrees, but insists that O'Brien must accompany her. Meanwhile, graffiti bearing the insignia of The Circle, an extremist group that wants to rid Bajor of all outsiders, is found on the station. On Cardassia IV, Kira and O'Brien execute a daring rescue and return to the station with Li and the other survivors. Later, Bajoran minister Jaro arrives to welcome Li home and much to Sisko's dismay, he announces that Li will be the new Liaison Officer to Deep Space Nine, and recalls Major Kira to Bajor.
 
Starring
Avery Brooks (Cmdr. Benjamin Sisko)
Rene Auberjonois (Odo)
Siddig El Fadil (Dr. Julian Bashir)
Terry Farrell (Lt. Jadzia Dax)
Cirroc Lofton (Jake Sisko)
Colm Meaney (Chief Miles O'Brien)
Armin Shimerman (Quark)
Nana Visitor (Major Kira Nerys)
 
Guest Cast
Richard Beymer (Li Nalas)
Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat)
Frank Langella (Minister Jaro Essa)
Max Grodénchik (Rom)
Michael Bell (Borum)
Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat)
Leslie Bevis (the Boslic Freighter Captain)
Paul Nakauchi (the Tygarian Officer)
 
Notes
This episode is Part 1 of 3 and is continued in "The Circle".
 

 

"The Circle"

 
Episode Number22 Jaro and Winn
 Jaro and Winn
Production Number422 
Season
Stardate47125.7 
Original Airdate10/2/1993 
 
Story 
TeleplayPeter Allan Fields 
DirectorCorey Allen 
 
Synopsis
After Major Kira is recalled to Bajor, more graffiti from the extremist group The Circle is found around the station. While Commander Sisko fights to have Kira reinstated, Vedek Bareil invites her to his monastery where she experiences a series of stange visions. Back on the station, Odo learns that the Kressari have been supplying arms to The Circle. Shapeshifting his way onto a Kressari freighter, he discovers that it is the Cardassians who are behind the arms shipments! When Kira is kidnapped and taken to the The Circle's hideout, she finds that First Minister Jaro is their leader. Now, with Bajor set to erupt in full-scale revolution, assault vessels race toward the station. Starfleet Admiral Chekote orders the evacuation of all Starfleet personnel from Deep Space Nine, but rather than evacuate, Sisko plans to make one last stand.
 
Guest Cast
Richard Beymer (Li Nalas)
Philip Anglim (Vedek Bareil)
Louise Fletcher (Vedek Winn)
Frank Langella (Minister Jaro Essa)
Stephen Macht (General Krim)
Bruce Gray (Admiral Chekote)
Mike Genovese (Zef'No)
Eric Server (Peace Officer)
Anthony Guidera (a Cardassian)
 
Notes
This episode is part 2 of 3 and is continued in "The Siege".
While staying at Vedek Bareil's monestary, Bareil, shows Kira the 3rd Orb of the Prophets, the Orb of Prophecy and Change.
The Circle is being supplied with weapons from the Kressari, who are being supplied by the Cardassians.
 

 

"The Siege"

 
Episode Number23  
Production Number423 
Season
Stardate47143.9 
Original Airdate10/3/1993 
 
Story 
TeleplayMichael Piller 
DirectorWinrich Kolbe 
 
Synopsis
With less than five hours remaining before Bajoran assault vessels attack the station, Sisko orders an evacuation. Kira insists the only hope of stopping the Circle, an extremist group that wants to rid Bajor of all outsiders, is to get proof of the Cardassian involvement in the coup to Bajor's Chamber of Ministers. While she and Dax embark on a desperate mission to alert the provisional government, Sisko and a team of officers remain on board and prepare to make a final stand against the Bajoran raiders.
 
Guest Cast
Richard Beymer (Li Nalas)
Frank Langella (Minister Jaro Essa)
Louise Fletcher (Vedek Winn)
Philip Anglim (Vedek Bareil)
Stephen Macht (General Krim)
Steven Weber (Colonel Day)
Max Grodénchik (Rom)
Aron Eisenberg (Nog)
Rosalind Chao (Keiko O'Brien)
Katrina Carlson (Bajoran Officer)
Hana Hatae (Molly O'Brien)
 
Notes
This episode is part 3 of 3.
Dax's second host, Tobin, was an expert on propulsion.
Trills are highly allergic to insect bites.
Ferengi Rule of Acquisition #31: Never make fun of a Ferengi's mother.
Colonel Day -- obviously a member of the Circle -- attempts to assassinate Sisko, but Li Nalas takes the hit and dies.
 

 

"Invasive Procedures"

 
Episode Number24  
Production Number424 
Season
Stardate47182.1 
Original Airdate10/3/1993 
 
StoryJohn Whelpley 
TeleplayJohn Whelpley & Robert Hewitt Wolfe 
DirectorLes Landau 
 
Synopsis
The crew must fight for Jadzia's life when a desperate Trill named Verad takes the group hostage and steals the Dax symbiont with the intent of transplanting it into himself.
 
Guest Cast
John Glover (Verad)
Megan Gallagher (Mareel)
Tim Russ (T'Kar)
Steven Rankin (Yeto)
 
Notes
Verad was dropped out of the symbiont initiate program because he was found to be an unsuitable candidate for joining. He decides to take a symbiont by force and chooses Dax.
Tim Russ went on to play Lt. Cmdr. Tuvok on Star Trek: Voyager.
 

 

"Cardassians"

 
Episode Number25  
Production Number425 
Season
Stardate47177.2 
Original Airdate10/23/1993 
 
StoryGene Wolande & John Wright 
TeleplayJames Crocker 
DirectorCliff Bole 
 
Synopsis
A young Cardassian named Rugal, orphaned in the war and raised by Bajorans, causes turmoil on the station when his people attempt to reclaim him. Bashir and Garak uncover a plot by Gul Dukat against the boy's Cardassian father, Pa'Dar.
 
Guest Cast
Andrew Robinson (Garak)
Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat)
Vidal Peterson (Rugal)
Robert Mandan (Kotan Pa'Dar)
Terrence Evans (Proka Migdal)
Dion Anderson (Zolan)
Sharon Conley (Jomat Luson)
Karen Hensel (Deela)
Jillian Ziesmer (Asha)
 
Notes
"Terok Nor" was the Cardassian name for the station, before the Bajorans and Federation renamed it "Deep Space 9". Gul Dukat was the commander of Terok Nor during the Cardassian occupation of Bajor. The station processed uridium ore.
Dukat deliberately left Rugal behind in hopes of someday using this to humiliate his adversary, Pa'Dar.
 

 

"Melora"

 
Episode Number26  
Production Number426 
Season
Stardate47229.1 
Original Airdate10/30/1993 
 
StoryEvan Carlos Somers 
TeleplayEvan Carlos Somers and Steven Baum and Michael Piller & James Crocker 
DirectorWinrich Kolbe 
 
Synopsis
After becoming involved with Ensign Melora Pazlar, a Elaysian woman whose species is unable to walk in "normal" gravity, Bashir develops a technology that could free her of her wheelchair forever. Meanwhile, a former business partner of Quark arrives on the station and announces he's going to kill him.
 
Guest Cast
Daphne Ashbrooke (Ensign Melora Pazlar)
Peter Crombie (Fallit Kot)
Don Stark (Ashrock)
Ron Taylor (the Klingon Chef)
 
Notes
Fallit Kot was imprisoned in a Romulan Labor camp for hijaaking a shipment of Romulan Ale. He was hijaaking the shipment for Quark, who ended up getting off.
Ferengi Rule of Acquisition #16: "A deal is a deal."
 

 

"Rules of Acquisition"

 
Episode Number27  
Production Number427 
Season
Stardate47261.7 
Original Airdate11/6/1993 
 
StoryHilary J. Bader 
TeleplayIra Steven Behr 
DirectorDavid Livingston 
 
Synopsis
Grand Nagus Zek selects Quark to negotiate the Ferengi expansion into the Gamma Quadrant. During the negotiations, he comes to rely on the assistance of a young Ferengi waiter, Pel, who is hiding a surprising secret. As the negotiations grow in intensity, their relationship becomes more complex. In a shocking revelation, Pel tells Dax that he is actually a she -- and that she is in love with Quark. When a jealous Rom discovers that Quark has broken one of the "Rules of Acquisition" -- taking advice from a woman -- he threatens to expose them both and blow the most profitable opportunity in Ferengi history.
 
Guest Cast
Wallace Shawn (Grand Nagus Zek)
Max Grodénchik (Rom)
Hélène Udy (Pel)
Tiny Ron (Maihar'du)
Brian Thompson (Inglatu)
Emilia Crow (Zyree)
 
Notes
This is the first episode in which we hear of the Dominion, which will become a major part of Deep Space Nine's story line.
The first time this episode was broadcast, the title of the episode was incorrectly spelled "Rules of Aquisition"!
This is the first appearance of a Ferengi female. Sort of...
This is the second appearance of Grand Nagus Zek and Maihar'du.
This is the beginning of Ferengi trade negotiations with the Gamma Quadrant. They are purchasing 10,000 vats of tulaberry wine from the Dosi.
Pel states that there are 285 Rules of Acquisition.
 

 

"Necessary Evil"

 
Episode Number28 Odo realizes that Kira did indeed kill Vatrik
 Odo realizes that Kira did indeed kill Vatrik
Production Number428 
Season
Stardate47282.5 
Original Airdate11/13/1993 
 
Story 
TeleplayPeter Allan Fields 
DirectorJames L. Conway 
 
Synopsis
Quark is almost killed by a mysterious assassin when a beautiful Bajoran woman hires him to locate a strong box hidden on the station. While Dr. Bashir tends to the Ferengi's wounds, Odo questions witnesses and learns of a list of Bajoran names found inside the box. In a series of powerful flashbacks, he recalls that five years earlier, when the station was under Cardassian control, he investigated a murder for which Kira was the prime suspect.
 
Guest Cast
Max Grodénchik (Rom)
Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat)
Katherine Moffat (Vatrik Pallra)
Robert MacKenzie (Trazko)
 
Notes
Odo first worked for Gul Dukat on Terok Nor 5 years in the murder investigation of Vatrik, a Bajoran who was a Cardassian sympathizer.
Odo realizes that Kira did indeed kill Vatrik 5 years ago.
 

 

"Second Sight"

 
Episode Number29  
Production Number429 
Season
Stardate47329.4 
Original Airdate11/20/1993 
 
StoryMark Gehred-O'Connell 
TeleplayMark Gehred-O'Connell & Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe 
DirectorAlexander Singer 
 
Synopsis
On the fourth anniversary of his wife's death, Sisko meets an intriguing alien woman, Fenna, who captures his heart and then vanishes as quickly as she appeared. Meanwhile, Professor Seyetik, an expert in reviving dead planets, arrives on the station and much to Sisko's dismay, introduces his wife, Nidell -- who looks exactly like Fenna. Strangely, she doesn't seem to recognize Sisko at all. After another fleeting encounter with Fenna, Sisko learns that Nidell is a Halanan, a psychoprojective telepath who is trapped in an unhappy marriage -- and Fenna is a creation of her imagination.
 
Guest Cast
Richard Kiley (Professor Gideon Seyetik)
Salli Elise Richardson (Fenna/Nidell)
 
Notes
 

 

"Sanctuary"

 
Episode Number30  
Production Number430 
Season
Stardate47341.7 
Original Airdate11/20/1993 
 
StoryGabe Essoe & Kelley Miles 
TeleplayFrederick Rappaport 
DirectorLes Landau 
 
Synopsis
After barely surviving a trip through the wormhole, four humanoid aliens are beamed aboard the station. Though they are unable to communicate with the crew, Kira leads them to the infirmary where the Universal Translator begins to decipher their words. The leader, Haneek, explains that there are three million more Skrreean refugees waiting on the other side of the wormhole and they have claimed Bajor as their legendary homeland "Kentanna."
 
Guest Cast
Deborah May (Haneek)
William Schallert (Varani)
Andrew Koenig (Tumak)
Aron Eisenberg (Nog)
Michael Durrell (General Hazar)
Betty McGuire (Vayna)
Robert Curtis-Brown (Vedek Sorad)
Kitty Swink (Minister Rozahn)
Leland Orser (Gai)
Nicholas Shaffer (Cowl)
 
Notes
The Skrreean homeworld was conquered by the mysterious Dominion, first mentioned in the episode "Rules of Acquisition".
The Skrreeans call the Wormhole "The Eye of the Universe."
The Skrreeans are forced to relocate to Draylon II.
Read the closed captioning when the large group of Skrreeans arrive at DS9. It says: "This is great! This is incredible! (all talking at once) This is pretty far out. Dig this place."
Kitty Swink is Armin Shimerman's (Quark) wife.
Andrew Koenig is Walter Koenig's (Chekov) son.
 

 

"Rivals"

 
Episode Number31  
Production Number431 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate1/1/1994 
 
StoryJim Trombetta and Michael Piller 
TeleplayJoe Menosky 
DirectorDavid Livingston 
 
Synopsis
Quark feels threatened when a charming El Aurian swindler named Martus arrives on Deep Space Nine and opens a competing bar.
 
Guest Cast
Chris Sarandon (Martus Mazur)
Max Grodénchik (Rom)
Rosalind Chao (Keiko O'Brien)
Barbara Bosson (Roana)
K Callan (Alsia)
Albert Henderson (Cos)
 
Notes
Guinan (from The Next Generation) is also El Aurian.
 

 

"The Alternate"

 
Episode Number32  
Production Number432 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate1/8/1994 
 
StoryJim Trombetta and Bill Dial 
TeleplayBill Dial 
DirectorDavid Carson 
 
Synopsis
Dr. Mora Pol, Odo's mentor arrives on Deep Space Nine intent on resuming his search for Odo's true origin.
 
Guest Cast
James Sloyan (Dr. Mora Pol)
Matt McKenzie (Dr. Weld Ram)
 
Notes
 

 

"Armageddon Game"

 
Episode Number33  
Production Number433 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate1/29/1994 
 
Story 
TeleplayMorgan Gendel 
DirectorWinrich Kolbe 
 
Synopsis
Orbiting above T'Lani III, Bashir and O'Brien help the T'Lani and Kellerun destroy their deadly bio-weapons, unaware that their hosts intend to sacrifice them as part of the peace process. The T'Lani and Kellerun ambassadors tell Sisko that Bashir and O'Brien were accidentally killed.
 
Guest Cast
Darleen Carr (Ambassador E'Tyshra)
Peter White (Ambassador Sharat)
Larry Cedar (Nydrom)
Bill Mondy (Jakin)
 
Notes
The bio-weapons are called the Harvesters.
 

 

"Whispers"

 
Episode Number34  
Production Number434 
Season
Stardate47581.2 
Original Airdate2/5/1994 
 
Story 
TeleplayPaul Robert Coyle 
DirectorLes Landau 
 
Synopsis
O'Brien returns from a security mission in the Paradas system in the Gamma Quadrant, only to notice that the entire crew has seemingly turned against him.
 
Guest Cast
Rosalind Chao (Keiko O'Brien)
Todd Waring (Ensign DeCurtis)
Susan Bay (Admiral Rollman)
Philip LeStrange (Coutu)
Hana Hatae (Molly O'Brien)
 
Notes
 

 

"Paradise"

 
Episode Number35  
Production Number435 
Season
Stardate47573.1 
Original Airdate2/12/1994 
 
Story 
TeleplayJim Trombetta & James Crocker 
DirectorCorey Allen 
 
Synopsis
Sisko and O'Brien are stranded on a planet inhabited by humans who have rejected any form of technology.
 
Guest Cast
Gail Strickland (Alixus)
Julia Nickson (Cassandra)
Steve Vinovich (Joseph)
Michael Buchman Silver (Vinod)
Erick Weiss (Stephan)
 
Notes
Alixus artificially created the duonetic field, which prevents any E-M activity in technological equipment. She lied to the colonists for 10 years.
O'Brien says at home he is known as "The Black Thumb" and the only way he can get anything to grow was to marry a botanist. He said he asked Keiko to marry him after she built the arboretum on the Enterprise-D.
 

 

"Shadowplay"

 
Episode Number36  
Production Number436 
Season
Stardate47603.3 
Original Airdate2/19/1994 
 
Story 
TeleplayRobert Hewitt Wolfe 
DirectorRobert Sheerer 
 
Synopsis
Odo and Dax try to solve the mystery of an alien planet whose inhabitants are disappearing without explanation. Meanwhile, Kira is visited by Vedek Bareil.
 
Guest Cast
Kenneth Mars (Constible Colyus)
Kenneth Tobey (Rurigan)
Noley Thornton (Taya)
Philip Anglim (Vedek Bareil)
 
Notes
The village and all the inhabitants are holograms created by Rurigan. He explains that when the Dominion took over Yadera Prime, he relocated to this planet and used a holo-generator to recreate the world he had lost.
Noley Thornton also played Clara Sutter in the Next Generation episode "Imaginary Friend".
Sisko has O'Brien help Jake to learn Starfleet engineering. Jake finally tells Ben that he doesn't want to join Starfleet.
 

 

"Playing God"

 
Episode Number37  
Production Number437 
Season
Stardate47678.3 
Original Airdate2/26/1994 
 
Story 
TeleplayJim Trombetta and Michael Piller 
DirectorDavid Livingston 
 
Synopsis
While hosting a Trill initiate named Arjin, Dax discovers a tiny, developing "proto-universe," which threatens to destroy the station as it expands.
 
Guest Cast
Geoffrey Blake (Arjin)
Ron Taylor (Klingon Host)
Richard Poe (Gul Evek)
Chris Nelson Norris (the Alien Man)
 
Notes
O'Brien discovers that Cardassian voles -- small, rodent-like creatures -- have infested the station.
 

 

"Profit and Loss"

 
Episode Number38  
Production Number438 
Season
Stardate47701.5 
Original Airdate3/19/1994 
 
Story 
TeleplayFlip Kobler and Cindy Marcus 
DirectorRobert Wiemer 
 
Synopsis
When Quark is reunited with the love of his life, Natima Lang -- a Cardassian who is now a fugitive -- he is ready to sacrifice everything to win her back. Gul Toran orders Garak to kill the fugitives.
 
Guest Cast
Mary Crosby (Professor Natima Lang)
Andrew Robinson (Elim Garak)
Edward Wiley (Gul Toran)
Michael Reilly Burke (Hogue)
Heidi Swedberg (Rekelen)
 
Notes
Quark sold food to the Bajorans during the occupation when the Cardassians wouldn't supply them with food.
Natima is part of the Cardassian underground movement. (More information on the Cardassian dissidents in the third season episode "Second Skin".)
 

 

"Blood Oath"

 
Episode Number39  
Production Number439 
Season
Stardate47789.8 
Original Airdate3/26/1994 
 
Story 
TeleplayPeter Allan Fields  
DirectorWinrich Kolbe 
 
Synopsis
Jadzia Dax risks her life and her future with Starfleet to fulfill a blood oath Curzon Dax made with three aged Klingons.
 
Guest Cast
John Colicos (Commander Kor)
Michael Ansara (Commander Kang)
William Campbell (Koloth)
Bill Bolender (The Albino)
Christopher Collins (the Assistant)
 
Notes
All three Klingons appeared in different original Star Trek episodes.
Commander Kang also appeared in Star Trek IV: The Undiscovered Country and in the Voyager episode "Flashback".
John Colicos also played Baltar on Battlestar Galactica.
Kor is at least 100 years old; Koloth is at least 150.
Curzon Dax is the godfather of Kang's son, who was named Dax in his honor.
Kor will return in the fourth season episode "The Sword of Kahless".
 

 

"The Maquis, Part I"

 
Episode Number40  
Production Number440 
Season
Stardate47802.3 
Original Airdate4/23/1994 
 
Story 
TeleplayRick Berman & Michael Piller 
DirectorDavid Livingston 
 
Synopsis
When the Cardassian vessel Bok'Nor explodes after departing Deep Space Nine, Gul Dukat comes to the station to help Commander Sisko investigate. Sisko uncovers a Federation terrorist group whose actions could start another war with the Cardassians.
 
Guest Cast
Bernie Casey (Cmdr. Calvin Hudson)
Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat)
Richard Poe (Gul Evek)
Tony Plana (Amaros)
Bertila Damas (Sakonna)
Michael A. Krawic (Samuels)
Amanda Carlin (Kobb)
Michael Rose (Niles)
 
Notes
Cmdr. Hudson is the attaché to the Federation colonies in the Demilitarized Zone (The "DMZ").
Gul Evek is the attaché to the Cardassian colonies in the DMZ. Gul Dukat is the Commander of the Second Order.
The Maquis are former Federation colonists whose planets now lie in the DMZ, created by the Federation-Cardassian Treaty of 2370. The DMZ is a buffer between Federation and Cardassian space. (See The Next Generation 7th season episode "Journey's End", which took place about a month before this episode).
The Maquis are hiding in the Badlands, an area near the Federation-Cardassian border plagued by severe plasma storms. (See also Voyager premiere "Caretaker".)
The close captioning in this episode refers to Commander Hudson as Lieutenant Hudson.
 

 

"The Maquis, Part II"

 
Episode Number41  
Production Number441 
Season
Stardate 
Original Airdate4/30/1994 
 
Story 
TeleplayRick Berman & Michael Piller & Jeri Taylor & James Crocker 
DirectorDavid Livingston 
 
Synopsis
Sisko and Gul Dukat join forces in an effort to avert a war between the Cardassians and a group of Federation colonists led by Sisko's old friend Calvin Hudson.
 
Guest Cast
Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat)
Richard Poe (Gul Evek)
Bernie Casey (Calvin Hudson)
Natalija Nogulich (Vice Admiral Alynna Nechayev)
John Schuck (Legate Parn)
 
Notes
A Cardassian Legate is equivalent to the Starfleet rank of Admiral.
 

 

"The Wire"

 
Episode Number42  
Production Number442 
Season
Stardate47849.8 
Original Airdate5/7/1994 
 
Story 
TeleplayRobert Hewitt Wolfe 
DirectorKim Friedman 
 
Synopsis
Bashir fights to save his Cardassian friend Garak, who is slowly being killed by a brain implant to which he is addicted.
 
Guest Cast
Andrew Robinson (Elim Garak)
Paul Dooley (Enabran Tain)
Jimmie F. Skaggs (Glinn Boheeka)
Ann Gillespie (Nurse Jabara)
 
Notes
We learn that Garak's first name is Elim.
 

 

"Crossover"

 
Episode Number43  
Production Number443 
Season
Stardate47891.1 
Original Airdate5/14/1994 
 
Story 
TeleplayPeter Allan Fields and Michael Piller 
DirectorDavid Livingston 
 
Synopsis
A mishap in the wormhole sends Kira and Bashir into an alternate universe where Bajor is a tyrannical power ruled by Kira and humans are ore-mining slaves.
 
Guest Cast
Andrew Robinson (Elim Garak)
John Cothran, Jr. (Telok)
Stephen Gevedon (a Klingon)
Jack R. Orend (a Human)
Dennis Madalone (the Marauder)
 
Notes
This episode is a "sequel" to the original Star Trek series episode "Mirror, Mirror".
Terok Nor is the Cardassian name for Deep Space Nine.
The Terok Nor Alternate Universe story continues in the episode "Through the Looking Glass".
 

 

"The Collaborator"

 
Episode Number44 Vedeks Bariel and Winn
 Vedeks Bariel and Winn
Production Number444 
Season
Stardate47921.5 
Original Airdate5/21/1994 
 
StoryGary Holland 
TeleplayIra Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe 
DirectorCliff Bole 
 
Synopsis
As the Choosing of the new Kai of Bajor approaches, Kubas Oak, Secretary of the former Cardassian Occupational Goverment arrives to meet with Vedek Winn. Kira must investigate the man she loves, Vedek Bariel, when she learns he may be the Cardassian collaborator responsible for the massacre of forty-three Bajorans at Kendra Valley.
 
Guest Cast
Louise Fletcher (Vedek Winn)
Philip Anglim (Vedek Bareil)
Bert Remsen (Kubas Oak)
Camille Saviola (Kai Opaka)
Charles Parks (Eblan)
Tom Villard (Prylar Bek)
 
Notes
Kai Opaka had given the location of the Bajoran rebels to save an entire village of thousands. Vedek Bareil was protecting Kai Opaka, who sacrificed her son to save the Bajoran villagers. He withdrew from the election to prevent the secret from being revealed and Winn was elected Kai.
 

 

"Tribunal"

 
Episode Number45  
Production Number445 
Season
Stardate47944.2 
Original Airdate6/4/1994 
 
Story 
TeleplayBill Dial 
DirectorAvery Brooks 
 
Synopsis
Shortly after Miles and Keiko depart DS9 for vacation, O'Brien is arrested by the Cardassians and put on trial for a crime he insists he did not commit.
 
Guest Cast
Caroline Agerfelt (Chief Archon Makbar)
Richard Poe (Gul Evek)
Fritz Weaver (Conservator Kovat)
John Beck (Boone)
 
Notes
 

 

"The Jem'Hadar"

 
Episode Number46  
Production Number446 
Season
Stardate47987.5 
Original Airdate6/11/1994 
 
Story 
TeleplayIra Steven Behr 
DirectorKim Friedman 
 
Synopsis
During a trip to the Gamma Quadrant with Jake and Nog, Sisko and Quark are imprisoned by Jem'Hadar soldiers working for a mysterious power known as The Dominion. Starfleet sends the Galaxy-class starship U.S.S. Odyssey to investigate the Jem'Hadar threat.
 
Guest Cast
Aron Eisenberg (Nog)
Molly Hagan (Eris)
Cress Williams (Talak'talan)
Alan Oppenheimer (Captain Keogh)
Michael Jace (Odyssey 1st Officer)
Sandra Grando (Odyssey 2nd Officer)
 
Notes
This episode introduces the Jem'Hadar and the Vorta. The Jem'Hadar are the Dominion's genetically engineered warriors. The Vorta's homeworld is Kurill Prime. This is the only episode where a Vorta uses psychokenisis.
The U.S.S. Odyssey NCC-71832 is the third Galaxy-class starship we've seen (the others are the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D and the U.S.S. Yamato NCC-71801). The Jem'Hadar destroy the Odyssey. Starfleet should have sent the Enterprise :)
The Bajoran outpost in the Gamma Quadrant called "New Bajor" was destroyed by the Jem'Hadar.
This episode was nominated for an Emmy for "Outstanding Individual Achievement in Special Visual Effects"
Rule of Acquisition #102: "Nature decays. Latinum lasts forever."
 

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