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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

(Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)
A series created by Rick Berman, Michael Piller
7 seasons - 176 episodes
1993 - 45 minutes - Color - Dolby - 1.33 : 1
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1 - Emissary (1/2)

Original title : Emissary (1/2)
First Aired : 03.01.1993 (USA) 27.10.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : David Carson
Writing credits : Michael Piller From a Story by Rick Berman & Michael Piller
Cast : Camille Saviola (Kai Opaka), Felecia M. Bell (Jennifer Sisko), Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat), Patrick Stewart (Captain Jean-Luc Picard/Locutus), Joel Swetow (Gul Jasad), Aron Eisenberg (Nog), Stephen Davies (Tactical Officer), Max Grodénchik (Ferengi Pit Boss), Steve Rankin (Cardassian Officer), Lily Mariye (Ops Officer), Cassandra Byram (Conn Officer), John Noah Hertzler (Vulcan Captain), April Grace (Transporter Chief), Kevin McDermott (Alien Batter), Parker Whitman (Cardassian Officer), William Powell-Blair (Cardassian Officer), Frank Owen Smith (Curzon), Lynnda Ferguson (Doran), Megan Butler (Lieutenant), Stephen Rowe (Chanting Monk), Thomas Hobson (Young Jake), Donald Hotton (Monk #1), Gene Armor (Bajoran Bureaucrat), Diana Cignoni (Dabo Girl), Judi Durand (Computer Voice), Majel Barrett (Computer Voice)

The Story : Stardate 46379.1. The Cardassians are withdrawing from the planet Bajor, and the Provisional Bajoran Government has asked Starfleet to help rebuilding the devastated planet and to make sure the Cardassians don't change their minds and return. Commander Sisko is put in charge of a station - Deep Space Nine - the Cardassians left in orbit. The commander who lost his wife three years ago, during the Borg attack at Wolf 359, is not looking forward to the assignment, that includes preparing Bajor for intrance into the Federation. On top of this, he finds that not all the Bajorans are pleased with Starfleet's presence. They feel that the Provisional Government has given their newfound freedom away and as far as they are concerned, Starfleet is no different than the Cardassians. The discovery of the first stable wormhole, however, brings the Cardassians back to the station and forces both the Starfleet officers and the Bajorans to work together.

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2 - Emissary (2/2)

Original title : Emissary (2/2)
First Aired : 10.01.1993 (USA) 27.10.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : David Carson
Writing credits : Michael Piller From a Story by Rick Berman & Michael Piller
Cast : Camille Saviola (Kai Opaka), Felecia M. Bell (Jennifer Sisko), Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat), Patrick Stewart (Captain Jean-Luc Picard/Locutus), Joel Swetow (Gul Jasad), Aron Eisenberg (Nog), Stephen Davies (Tactical Officer), Max Grodénchik (Ferengi Pit Boss), Steve Rankin (Cardassian Officer), Lily Mariye (Ops Officer), Cassandra Byram (Conn Officer), John Noah Hertzler (Vulcan Captain), April Grace (Transporter Chief), Kevin McDermott (Alien Batter), Parker Whitman (Cardassian Officer), William Powell-Blair (Cardassian Officer), Frank Owen Smith (Curzon), Lynnda Ferguson (Doran), Megan Butler (Lieutenant), Stephen Rowe (Chanting Monk), Thomas Hobson (Young Jake), Donald Hotton (Monk #1), Gene Armor (Bajoran Bureaucrat), Diana Cignoni (Dabo Girl), Judi Durand (Computer Voice), Majel Barrett (Computer Voice)

The Story : cf Emissary Part 1.

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3 - Past Prologue

Original title : Past Prologue
First Aired : 10.01.1993 (USA) 03.11.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Winrich Kolbe
Writing credits : Kathryn Powers
Cast : Jeffrey Nordling (Tahna), Andrew Robinson (Garak), Gwynyth Walsh (B'Etor), Barbara March (Lursa), Susan Bay (Admiral), Vaughn Armstrong (Gul Dunar), Richard Ryder (Bajoran Deputy)

The Story : Dr. Bashir is excited to meet Garak, the last Cardassian aboard Deep Space Nine and a rumored spy. He rushes to tell the rest of the crew, but they are busy rescuing a Bajoran, Tahna Los, whose ship has been attacked by Cardassians. Tahna and Kira instantly recognize each other from their days in the Bajoran underground. The Cardassians hail Sisko and demand he turn Tahna over to them, saying he is a member of a Bajoran terrorist group called the Khon-Ma. However, Tahna renounces terrorism and asks for asylum, and thanks to Kira's impassioned plea to a wary Sisko, he gets it.

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4 - A Man Alone

Original title : A Man Alone
First Aired : 17.01.1993 (USA) 10.11.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Paul Lynch
Writing credits : Michael Piller From a Story by Gerald Stanford, Michael Piller
Cast : Rosalind Chao (Keiko O’Brien), Edward Laurence Albert (Zayra), Max Grodénchik (Rom), Peter Vogt (Bajoran Man #1), Aron Eisenerg (Nog), Stephen James Carver (Ibundan), Tom Klunis (Old Man), Scott Trost (Bajoran Officer), Patrick Cupo (Bajoran Man), Kathryn Graf (Bajoran Woman), Hana Hatae (Molly O’Brien), Diana Cignoni (Dabo Girl), Judi Durand (Computer Voice)

The Story : Stardate 46421.5. The adjustment period aboard Deep Space Nine continues. O'Brien's wife Keiko misses the Enterprise and her career as a botanist. Sisko's son, Jake, plagued by loneliness, eases his boredom by befriending a rowdy Ferengi boy named Nog. Meanwhile, Odo is faced with a more pressing problem when he spies Ibudan, a Bajoran he once arrested for murder, gambling in Quark's. He attempts to rid the station of the criminal, first by ordering him to leave and later by asking Sisko to throw him off the station, but neither effort proves successful. However, Odo soon gets his wish despite this lack of cooperation when Ibudan is found stabbed to death in a Holosuite. Soon, a number of Bajoran citizens suspect Odo himself killed the man. Led by Zayra and their own prejudices, the suspicious Bajorans take on a personal mission against Odo.

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5 - Babel

Original title : Babel
First Aired : 24.01.1993 (USA) 17.11.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Paul Lynch
Writing credits : Michael McGreevay, Naren Shankar From a Story by Sally Caves & Ira Steven Behr
Cast : Jack Kehler (Jaheel), Matthew Faison (Surmak Ren), Ann Gillespie (Nurse Jabara), Geraldine Farrell (Galis Blin), Bo Zenga (Asoth), Kathleen Wirt (Aphasia Victim), Lee Brooks (Aphasia Victim), Richard Ryder (Bajoran Deputy), Frank Novak (Businessman), Todd Feder (Federation Male)

The Story : Stardate 46423.7. A virus designed by the Bajorans 18 years earlier to infect the Cardassians is inadvertently released into DS9's food replicators and atmosphere, eventually infecting everybody on board the station. Once Bashir diagnoses the virus, it becomes a race against the clock to find a cure before the incubation period expires and the virus begins killing people.

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6 - Captive Pursuit

Original title : Captive Pursuit
First Aired : 31.01.1993 (USA) 24.11.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Corey Allen
Writing credits : Michael Piller, Jill Sherman Donner From a Story by Jill Sherman Donner
Cast : Gerrit Graham (The Hunter), Scott MacDonald (Tosk), Kelly Curtis (Miss Sarda)

The Story : When the first visitor from the Gamma Quadrant comes through the wormhole, O'Brien befriends the mysterious alien, known only as Tosk. Some of the crew suspects Tosk's unclear motives, especially when Odo catches him trying to access the weapons locker. But when another ship comes looking for Tosk, it's revealed that he is the prey in a highly honored cultural hunt.

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7 - Q-Less

Original title : Q-Less
First Aired : 07.02.1993 (USA) 01.12.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Paul Lynch
Writing credits : Robert Hewitt Wolfe From a Story by Hannah Louise Shearer
Cast : Jennifer Hetrick (Vash), John de Lancie (Q), Van Epperson (Bajoran Clerk), Tom McCleister (Kolos), Laura Cameron (Bajoran Woman)

The Story : Stardate 46531.2. When a Runabout crew finds Q's former traveling companion Vash in the Gamma Quadrant, Q comes to the station in an attempt to convince her to rejoin him. Vash and Quark plan an auction for rare Gamma Quadrant artifacts Vash has collected during her two years on the other side of the wormhole. One of the artifacts turns out to be an embryonic lifeform trying to return to the Gamma Quadrant, placing the station in danger as it is pulled into the wormhole.

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8 - Dax

Original title : Dax
First Aired : 14.02.1993 (USA) 08.12.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : David Carson
Writing credits : D.C. Fontana, Peter Allan Fields From a Story by Peter Allan Fields
Cast : Gregory Itzin (Tandro), Anne Haney (Judge Renora), Richard Lineback (Selin Peers), Fionnula Flanagan (Enina Tandro)

The Story : Stardate 46910.1. Jadzia Dax is charged with the murder of a military hero from a non-Federation world that her symbiont's previous host Curzon allegedly committed 30 years ago. Now an extradition hearing may decide whether Jadzia can be held responsible for the actions of a previous life. For some reason, however, Dax refuses to tell Sisko what happened back then.

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9 - The Passenger

Original title : The Passenger
First Aired : 22.02.1993 (USA) 15.12.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : Paul Lynch
Writing credits : Morgan Gendel, Robert Hewitt Wolfe, Michael Piller From a Story by Morgan Gendel
Cast : Caitlin Brown (Ty Kajada), James Lashly (Lieutenant George Primmin), Christopher Collins (Durg), James Harper (Rao Vantika)

The Story : Bashir's attempts to resuscitate the critically injured criminal Vantika fail, and the man dies. Kajada, the security officer escorting the convicted killer to prison, however, is convinced that Vantika's consciousness still exists and may be plotting to hijack a supply of diridium en route to the station. It is believed that Vantika may have transferred his consciousness into Kajada's brain, but it really turns out to be Bashir.

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10 - Move Along Home

Original title : Move Along Home
First Aired : 14.02.1993 (USA) 22.12.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : David Carson
Writing credits : Frederick Rappaport, Lisa Ricj, Jeanne Carrigan-Fauci From a Story by Michael Piller
Cast : Joel Brooks (Falow), James Lashly (Lieutenant George Primmin), Clara Bryant (Chandra)

The Story : Quark cheats the first visitors from the Gamma Quadrant in a game of Dabo, so the aliens decide to give Quark a lesson in fair play with a game that places Sisko, Kira, Dax, and Bashir in the middle of a surreal fantasy situation as the players. In order to see the DS9 officers to safety, Quark must play the game through - gambling with lives instead of money.

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11 - The Nagus

Original title : The Nagus
First Aired : 21.03.1993 (USA) 29.12.1998 (FRANCE)
Director : David Livingston
Writing credits : Ira Steven Behr, David Livingston From a Story by David Livingston
Cast : Max Grodénchik (Rom), Lou Wagner (Krax), Barry Gordon (Nava), Lee Arenberg (Gral), Aron Eisenberg (Nog), Tiny Ron (Maihar'du), Wallace Shawn (Grand Nagus Zek)

The Story : Grand Nagus Zek, the leader of Ferengi commerce, holds a Ferengi meeting to plan business expansion of Ferengi culture into the Gamma Quadrant. But first he chooses a successor to fill his shoes when he retires: Quark! Once Quark is labeled the new Nagus, Quark slowly realizes that dodging assassination attempts comes with the territory.

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12 - Vortex

Original title : Vortex
First Aired : 18.04.1993 (USA) 05.01.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Winrich Kolbe
Writing credits : Sam Rolfe
Cast : Cliff DeYoung (Croden), Randy Oglesby (Ah-Kel/Ro-Kel), Max Grodénchik (Rom), Gordon Clapp (Hadran), Kathleen Garrett (Vulcan Captain), Leslie Engelberg (Yareth), Majel Barrett (Computer Voice)

The Story : A wanted man from the Gamma Quadrant named Croden kills a Miradorn in self defense following a botched theft attempt. Odo throws Croden in a cell and prepares to release him to the authorities of his home world. Croden capitalizes on Odo's loneliness by telling him a number of "Changeling tales" that may or may not be part of his web of dissembling lies - hoping to take advantage of the constable's Achilles heel. He tempts Odo by telling the shape-shifter he can put the changeling in contact with others like himself.

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13 - Battle Lines

Original title : Battle Lines
First Aired : 25.04.1993 (USA) 12.01.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Paul Lynch
Writing credits : Richard Danus, Evan Carlos Somers From a Story by Hilary Bader
Cast : Camille Saviola (Kai Opaka), Paul Collins (Zlangco), Jonathan Banks (Shel-La), Majel Barrett (Computer Voice)

The Story : Sisko, Kira, and Bashir take Kai Opaka through the wormhole for a brief excursion, but their Runabout is shot down by an automated satellite system when investigating a nearby planet. Opaka is killed in the crash. Meanwhile, the survivors find themselves in the middle of two warring factions of a penal colony. However, after Kai Opaka mysteriously comes back to live, it is discovered that no one on this colony ever dies. Their cells have been re-engineered to keep them fighting a futile battle with no possible victory for either side.

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14 - The Storyteller

Original title : The Storyteller
First Aired : 02.05.1993 (USA) 19.01.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : David Livingston
Writing credits : Kurt Michael Bensmiller, Ira Steven Behr From a Story by Kurt Michael Bensmiller
Cast : Lawrence Monoson (Hovath), Kay E. Kuter (The Sirah), Gina Philips (Varis), Jim Jansen (Faren), Aron Eisenberg (Nog), Jordan Lund (Woban), Amy Benedict (Woman)

The Story : Stardate 46729.1. O'Brien and Bashir travel to a Bajoran village to aid a dying leader. Against his will, O'Brien becomes spiritual leader of a Bajoran village and the only one who can save them from a destructive energy force. Meanwhile, Sisko moderates a negotiation for two feuding Bajoran areas on the brink of a civil war, only to find out that the leader of one of the sides is a young girl named Varis who looks to be about 15 years old.

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15 - Progress

Original title : Progress
First Aired : 09.05.1993 (USA) 26.01.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Les Landau
Writing credits : Peter Allan Fields
Cast : Brian Keith (Mullibok), Aron Eisenberg (Nog), Nicholas Worth (Alien Captain), Michael Bofshever (Toran), Terrence Evans (Baltrim), Annie O'Donnell (Keena), Daniel Riordan (First Guard)

The Story : Stardate 46844.3. Kira is ordered to see to the evacuation of an elderly Bajoran farmer named Mullibok from a Bajoran moon that is set to be used in a power extraction project in the coming months. The problem is that Mullibok has no intentions of leaving. He's convinced that he is destined to die where he has lived his whole life. This forces Kira to take a good look at how much she has changed since her alliance with the Federation.

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16 - If Wishes Were Horses

Original title : If Wishes Were Horses
First Aired : 16.05.1993 (USA) 02.02.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Robert Lagato
Writing credits : Nell McCue Crawford, William L. Crawford, Michael Piller From a Story by Nell McCue Crawford & William L. Crawford
Cast : Rosalind Chao (Keiko O’Brien), Keone Young (Buck Bokai), Michael John Anderson (Rumpelstiltskin), Hana Hatae (Molly O’Brien)

The Story : Stardate 46853.2. Members of the station suddenly find their fantasies coming to life. Three fantasy characters appear out of thin air: Buck Bokai, a baseball player from the 21st century who follows Jake home from a holosuite simulation; Rumpelstiltskin, who terrorizes Chief O'Brien and Julian's fantasy version of Dax, who drools all over the young doctor. The characters, however, are revealed as being alien visitors who want to learn more about humanity.

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17 - The Forsaken

Original title : The Forsaken
First Aired : 23.05.1993 (USA) 09.02.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Robert Legato
Writing credits : Don Carlos Dunaway, Michael Piller From a Story by Jim Trombetta
Cast : Majel Barrett (Lwaxana Troi), Constance Towers (Ambassador Taxco), Michael Ensign (Ambassador Lojal), Jack Shearer (Ambassador Vadosia), Benita Andre (Anara)

The Story : Stardate 46925.1. Lwaxana Troi sets her sights for romance - with Odo! But when an alien entity wreaks havoc with the station's computer, Odo and Lwaxana are trapped in a turbolift and it's almost time for Odo to regenerate. Meanwhile, Bashir has the task of showing three Federation ambassadors around the station.

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18 - Dramatis Personae

Original title : Dramatis Personae
First Aired : 30.05.1993 (USA) 16.02.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Cliff Bole
Writing credits : Joe Menosky
Cast : Tom Towles (Klingon), Stephen Parr (Valerian), Randy Pflug (Guard), Jeff Pruitt (Ensign)

The Story : Stardate 46922.3. A Klingon ship returns from the Gamma Quadrant, virtually destroyed by an internal mutiny. When the DS9 crew beams aboard the only survivor, they also beam over a "telepathic matrix," which infects the senior staff and causes them to re-enact an alien power struggle in which Odo is caught in the middle.

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19 - Duet

Original title : Duet
First Aired : 13.06.1993 (USA) 23.02.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : James L. Conway
Writing credits : Peter Allan Fields From a Story by Lisa Rich & Jeanne Carrigan-Fauci
Cast : Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat), Robin Christopher (Neela), Norman Large (Captain), Tony Rizzoli (Kainon), Ted Sorel (Kaval), Harris Yulin (Marritza)

The Story : A Cardassian named Marritza comes to the station as a passenger on a passing ship. Kira promptly arrests him for being a war criminal and throws him in a cell since the man has a medical condition that he could only have acquired at a Bajoran labor camp named Gallitep. As far as Kira and the Bajorans are concerned, any Cardassian at Gallitep is guilty. While a picture seems to indicate that Marritza is really Gul Darheel, the man who ran Gallitep, it eventually turns out that Marritza was posing as Darheel trying to martyr himself so the Cardassian government will be forced to acknowledge its guilt for the Occupation.

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20 - In The Hands Of The Prophets

Original title : In The Hands Of The Prophets
First Aired : 20.06.1993 (USA) 02.03.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : David Livingston
Writing credits : Robert Hewitt Wolfe
Cast : Rosalind Chao (Keiko O'Brien), Robin Christopher (Neela), Philip Anglim (Vedek Bareil), Louise Fletcher (Vedek Winn), Michael Eugene Fairman (Vendor)

The Story : Bajoran Vedek Winn publicly denounces the classroom teachings of Keiko O'Brien's school. The result is a sudden rift between the Bajoran and Federation peoples, undermining everything Sisko hopes to accomplish. Sisko attempts to seek help from another Bajoran religious establishment, introducing Vedek Bareil, who cannot immediately offer help. The bombing of Keiko's school complicates matters, and is enough to convince Bareil to come to the station to offer his religious perspectives on the matter. It turns out that the entire situation was engineered to kill Bareil who is Winn's opposing candidate for Kai.

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