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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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47 - The Search (1/2)

Original title : The Search (1/2)
First Aired : 26.09.1994 (USA) 05.09.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Kim Friedman
Writing credits : Ronald D. Moore From a Story by Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe
Cast : Salome Jens (Female Alien), Martha Hackett (T'Rul), John Fleck (Ornithar), Kenneth Marshall (Lieutenant Commander Eddington)

The Story : Stardate 48212.4. As the crew of DS9 comes to the conclusion that they'll be unable to make a stand against a Dominion attack, Sisko introduces the Defiant: a prototype battleship - officially clasified as an escort vessel - that was designed to fight the Borg. Hoping to avert an invasion, Sisko takes his officers into the Gamma Quadrant to find the leaders of the Dominion, the Founders. After meeting with the Karemma, a member of the Dominion, they reach a communications relay station. But when Jem'Hadar ships arrive, Sisko is forced to abandon O'Brien and Dax. A surprise attack by the Jem'Hadar also forces Sisko and his crew to evacuate the Defiant. Odo rescues Kira and together they flee to the mysterious Omarion Nebula where Odo finds his people...

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48 - The Search (2/2)

Original title : The Search (2/2)
First Aired : 03.10.1994 (USA) (FRANCE)
Director : Jonathan Frakes
Writing credits : Ira Steven Behr From a Story by Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe
Cast : Salome Jens (Female Shapeshifter), Andrew Robinson (Garak), Natalija Nogulich (Admiral Necheyev), Martha Hackett (T'Rul), Kenneth Marshall (Lieutenant Commander Eddington), William Frankfather (Male Shapeshifter), Dennis Christopher (Borath), Christopher Doyle (Jem'Hadar Officer), Tom Morga (Jem'Hadar Soldier), Diaunté (Jem'Hadar Guard), Majel Barrett (Computer Voice)

The Story : As Kira and Odo learn more about his home world and his fellow shapeshifters, the rest of the crew are rescued and returned to the station. There, they find negotiations are underway between the Vorta Borath and Admiral Necheyev. When Sisko finds out that the negotiations are not in the best interests of the Federation - the Dominion is given complete control of the Bajoran sector, including the station and the wormhole - he and his crew take a runabout and collapse the wormhole. Meanwhile, on Odo's homeworld, Kira has discovered a mysterious sealed door. Odo manages to open it and there they find the rest of the Defiant crew unconscious. The negotiations were staged in order to find out how much the Federation would be willing to sacrifice for peace with the Dominion. Furthermore, Odo's people turn out to be the leaders of the Dominion, the Founders...

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49 - The House Of Quark

Original title : The House Of Quark
First Aired : 10.10.1994 (USA) 19.09.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Les Landau
Writing credits : Ronald Moore From a Story by Tom Benko
Cast : Rosalind Chao (Keiko O’Brien), Mary Kay Adams (Grilka), Carlos Carrasco (D'Ghor), Max Grodénchik (Rom), Robert O'Reilly (Gowron), Joseph Ruskin (Tumek), John Lendale Bennett (Kozak)

The Story : When a drunken Klingon, Kozak, falls on his own knife, Quark - hoping to boost his business and gain respect - claims to have killed the warrior in self-defense. His plan seems to be working, until he's confronted by the dead Klingon's brother, D'Ghor, and later by his widow, Grilka. Eventually, Quark winds up being forced to marry Grilka and defend the family honor against the scheming brother. Meanwile, Chief O'Brien tries to cheer up his wife Keiko who is discouraged at the closing of the school on DS9. Reluctantly, O'Brien determines the only thing to satisfy her, is to use her skills as a botanist on Bajor, which will require a separation of several months.

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50 - Equilibrium

Original title : Equilibrium
First Aired : 17.10.1994 (USA) 26.09.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Cliff Bole
Writing credits : René Echevarria From a Story by Christopher Teague
Cast : Lisa Banes (Dr. Renhol), Jeff Magnus McBride (Joran Belar), Nicholas Cascone (Timor), Harvey Vernon (Yolad)

The Story : After accidentally playing a half remembered tune on a keyboard, Dax suffers becomes short-tempered and experiences visions of masked phantoms. Bashir suspects she may be rejecting her symbiont and a trip to the Trill home world reveals that Dax had a host she never knew about and that the Symbiosis Commission has been covering things up.

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51 - Second Skin

Original title : Second Skin
First Aired : 24.10.1994 (USA) 03.10.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Les Landau
Writing credits : Robert Hewitt Wolfe
Cast : Andrew Robinson (Garak), Gregory Sierra (Entek), Tony Papenfuss (Yeln), Cindy Katz (Yteppa), Lawrence Pressman (Ghemor), Christopher Carroll (Gul Benil), Freyda Thomas (Alenis Grem), Billy Burke (Ari)

The Story : Kira is kidnapped by the Cardassians, who try to prove to her that she is really Cardassian. As explained by Entek, an operative of the Obisidian Order, her real name is Iliana Ghemor and she's an operative of the Order who was surgically altered and equipped with the memories of Kira Nerys. Kira of course doesn't believe the improbable story, but she is presented with a convincing body of evidence. While the rest of the crew attempts to rescue her, it becomes clear that the entire situation was a plot by the Order to expose Tekeny Ghemor - Kira's so-called father - as a dissident.

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52 - The Abandoned

Original title : The Abandoned
First Aired : 31.10.1994 (USA) 10.10.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Avery Brooks
Writing credits : D. Thomas Maio & Steve Warneck
Cast : Bumper Robinson (Teenager), Jill Sayre (Marta), Leslie Bevis (Boslic Captain), Matthew Kimbrough (Alien High Roller), Hassan Nicholas (Jem'Hadar Boy)

The Story : Quark purchases some wreckage, which also includes an alien baby. The infant matures at an accelerated rate and it soon becomes clear that the child is a Jem'Hadar. Odo, who feels guilty because his race created the Jem'Hadar, tries to convince the violent Jem'Hadar that there is more to life than fighting and killing. Meanwhile Sisko is rather sceptic of Jake's relationship with an older Dabo girl.

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53 - Civil Defense

Original title : Civil Defense
First Aired : 07.11.1994 (USA) 17.10.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Reza Badiyi
Writing credits : Mike Krohn
Cast : Andrew Robinson (Garak), Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat), Danny Goldring (Legate Kell)

The Story : While working in the station's ore processing unit, Sisko, Jake and O'Brien accidentally trigger an automated Cardassian security program, designed to quell a worker revolt. Dax and Kira work to shut down the computer program, but only succeed in activating more automated security messages and eventually trigger the self-destruct program. When Dukat - the station's former commander - arrives, he doesn't feel like shutting down the program. He soon comes to regret this as he becomes trapped himself when he attempts to beam out - something the automated program sees as betrayal.

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54 - Meridian

Original title : Meridian
First Aired : 14.11.1994 (USA) 24.10.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Jonathan Frakes
Writing credits : Mark Gehred-O'Connell From a Story by Hilary Bader & Evan Carlos Somers
Cast : Brett Cullen (Deral), Christine Healy (Seltin), Jeffrey Combs (Tiron), Mark Humphrey (Child)

The Story : Stardate 48423.2. Sisko, Dax, Bashir and O'Brien are exploring the Gamma Quadrant when suddenly a planet appears where none had existed before. The planet - Meridian - shifts into another dimension and only emerges for short while every sixty years. While attempting to find a way of stabilizing the planet's transitions, Dax falls in love with one of the inhabitants, Deral. Unable to stop the planet returning to the other dimension, Dax decides to remain with Deral. Back on DS9, Quark tries to take a holographic photo of Kira in order to program her likeness into an erotic holosuite program for a love-struck customer.

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55 - Defiant

Original title : Defiant
First Aired : 21.11.1994 (USA) 31.10.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Cliff Bole
Writing credits : Ronald D. Moore
Cast : Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat), Tricia O'Neil (Korinas), Shannon Cochran (Kalita), Robert Kerbeck (Cardassian Soldier), Michael Canavan (Tamal), Jonathan Frakes (Riker), Majel Barrett (Computer Voice)

The Story : Stardate 48467.3. Will Riker's Renégade duplicate, Tom, visits the station posing as the Enterprise's first officer. He turns out to be working for the Maquis and while Kira gives him a tour of the station, he steals the Defiant and sets out to attack a hidden armada of Cardassian ships located in the Orias system which is controlled by the Obisidian Order. This leaves Sisko with no choise, but to travel to Cardassia and join forces with Gul Dukat - who was unaware of the Order's activities in the Orias system - to stop Riker from causing an all out war.

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56 - Fascination

Original title : Fascination
First Aired : 28.11.1994 (USA) 07.11.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Avery Brooks
Writing credits : Philip LaZebnik From a Story by Ira Steven Behr, James Crocker
Cast : Majel Barrett (Lwaxana Troi), Philip Anglim (Vedek Bareil), Rosalind Chao (Keiko O'Brien), Hana Hatae (Molly O’Brien)

The Story : As the Betazoid representative at the Bajoran Gratitude Festival on DS9, Lwaxana Troi unwittingly infects the crew with an epidemic of inexplicable romantic, misplaced attractions among the crew. The only couple who seem unaffected are O'Brien and his wife Keiko who are reunited after being months apart.

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57 - Past Tense (1/2)

Original title : Past Tense (1/2)
First Aired : 02.01.1995 (USA) 14.11.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Reza Badiyi
Writing credits : Robert Hewitt Wolfe From a Story by Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe
Cast : Jim Metzler (Chris Brynner), Frank Military (B.C.), Dick Miller (Vin), Al Rodrigo (Bernardo), Tina Lifford (Lee), Bill Smitrovich (Webb), Henry Hayashi (Male Guest), Patty Holley (Female Guest), Richard Lee Jackson (Danny), Eric Stuart (Stairway Guard), John Lendale Bennett (Gabriel Bell)

The Story : Stardate 48481.2. A transporter accident sends Sisko, Bashir, and Dax three centuries back in time to a crucial point in Earth's history. The trio materialize in San Francisco circa 2024 and Sisko and Bashir are apprehended by two police officers. Unable to identify themselves, they are taken to a sanctuary district - a walled-off camp where the homeless and jobless are sealed from the rest of society. Sisko learns they have arrived at a critical point in earth history : the Bell Riots. However, they change history when they cause the death of Gabriel Bell. Meanwhile, Dax has been rescued by wealthy software executive, Chris Brynner.

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58 - Past Tense (2/2)

Original title : Past Tense (2/2)
First Aired : 09.01.1995 (USA) 21.11.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Jonathan Frakes
Writing credits : Ira Steven Behr & René Echevarria From a Story by Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe
Cast : Jim Metzler (Chris Brynner), Frank Military (B.C.), Dick Miller (Vin), Deborah van Valkenburgh (Preston), Al Rodrigo (Bernardo), Clint Howard (Grady), Richard Lee Jackson (Danny), Tina Lifford (Lee), Bill Smitrovich (Webb), Mitch David Carter (Swat Leader), Daniel Zacapa (Henry Garcia)

The Story : Trapped in Earth's past, Sisko must assume the identity of Gabriel Bell, whose selfless acts in an uprising changed the course of human history. As the historic Bell Riots rage on, Dax works to locate Sisko and Bashir as Kira and O'Brien beam through history to find their comrades.

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59 - Life Support

Original title : Life Support
First Aired : 30.01.1995 (USA) 28.11.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Reza Badiyi
Writing credits : Ronald D. Moore From a Story by Christian Ford & Roger Soffer
Cast : Philip Anglim (Vedek Bareil), Aron Eisenberg (Nog), Lark Voorhies (Leanne), Ann Gillespie (Nurse), Andrew Prine (Legate Turrel), Louise Fletcher (Kai Winn), Eva Loseth (Riska), Kevin Carr (Bajoran)

The Story : Stardate 48498.4. Vedek Bareil is seriously injured en route to critical peace negotiations with the Cardassians. Bashir must use extreme and questionable methods to keep him alive so he can assist Kai Winn in negotiating the peace treaty. Both Kai Winn and Kira - but for very different reasons - plead with Bashir to keep Bareil alive, rather than place him in stasis until he can be properly treated. In doing so, however, Bashir is faced with the moral dilemma of extending a life by artificial and ultimately dehumanizing means.

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60 - Heart Of Stone

Original title : Heart Of Stone
First Aired : 06.02.1995 (USA) 05.12.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Alexander Singer
Writing credits : Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe
Cast : Max Grodénchik (Rom), Aron Eisenberg (Nog), Salome Jens (Female Changeling), Majel Barrett (Computer Voice)

The Story : Stardate 48521.5. Kira and Odo pursue a Maquis ship to a deserted moon. Whilst exploring, Kira is caught in a growing crystalline formation that gradually envelopes her entire body. As the odd formation is about to take Kira's life, Odo must face his hidden feelings he has for her. Back on the station, Nog decides he wants to join Starfleet and tries to convince Commander Sisko to help him enter the Academy.

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61 - Destiny

Original title : Destiny
First Aired : 13.02.1995 (USA) 12.12.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Les Landau
Writing credits : David S. Cohen & Martin A. Winer
Cast : Tracy Scoggins (Gilora), Wendy Robie (Ulani), Erick Avari (Vedek Yarka), Jessica Hendra (Dejar)

The Story : Stardate 48543.2. When three Cardassians scientists arrive on the station to assist in establishing communications through the wormhole, the fanatical Vedek Yarka warns that this could fulfill a prophecy that predicts the destruction of the wormhole by three 'vipers'. Sisko ignores the ancient Bajoran prophecy but on arrival in the Gamma Quadrant, the first test transmission causes a comet to change course and head straight for the wormhole. If it should strike, the wormhole would be closed forever and the prophecy will have been fulfilled. While one of the Cardassian scientists, Gilora, misinterprets O'Brien's rudeness as affection, Sisko begins to reconsider his role as Emissary.

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62 - Prophet Motive

Original title : Prophet Motive
First Aired : 20.02.1995 (USA) 19.12.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Rene Auberjonois
Writing credits : Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe
Cast : Max Grodénchik (Rom), Juliana Donald (Emi), Tiny Ron (Maihar'du), Wallace Shawn (Grand Nagus Zek), Bennet Guillory (Medical Big Shot)

The Story : When the Ferengi leader suddenly decides to abolish his race's greedy ways, Quark is determined to find out the truth behind his actions. He and Rom learn that the Nagus' strange behaviour and the newly rewritten Rules of Acquisition are in fact a gift from the wormhole aliens. The only hope for the Ferengi race, Quark reasons, is to take the Nagus back to the wormhole and convince the aliens that this gift is destructive for his race.

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63 - Visionary

Original title : Visionary
First Aired : 27.02.1995 (USA) 26.12.1999 (FRANCE)
Director : Reza Badiyi
Writing credits : John Shirley From a Story by Ethan H. Calk
Cast : Jack Shearer (Ruwon), Annette Helde (Karina), Ray Young (Morka), Bob Minor (Bo'rak), Dennis Madalone (Atul)

The Story : A group of Romulans arrive on the station to study reports on the Dominion. At the same time, O'Brien's radiation sickness inadvertently sends him six hours into the future, where he witnesses his own death at the hands of the Romulans. After several more time shifts, he also watches the destruction of the station and the collapse of the wormhole and risks his own life in an attempt to avert the disaster.

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64 - Distant Voices

Original title : Distant Voices
First Aired : 10.04.1995 (USA) 02.01.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Alexander Singer
Writing credits : Ira Steven Behr, Robert Hewitt Wolfe From a Story by Joe Menosky
Cast : Andrew Robinson (Garak), Victor Rivers (Altovar), Ann Gillespie (Nurse), Nicole Forester (Dabo Girl)

The Story : After being attacked by the alien Altovar, Bashir lapses into a coma during which his subconscious struggles to live. Trapped in an apparantly empty station, Bashir soon realises that the station represents his mind and that the various crew members represent his personality, which he must access to save his life. The alien however kills them one by one causing Bashir's subconscious self to age to 100 as his life drains away.

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65 - Through The Looking Glass

Original title : Through The Looking Glass
First Aired : 17.04.1995 (USA) 09.01.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Ira Steven Behr et Robert Hewitt Wolfe
Writing credits : Winrich Kolbe
Cast : Andrew Robinson (Garak), Victor Rivers (Altovar), Ann Gillespie (Nurse), Nicole Forester (Dabo Girl)

The Story : Cet univers parallèle est le même que celui des épisodes "Miroir" (STC) et "Le croisement" (DS9). Dans cet univers, on trouve également Tuvok (voir Star Trek: Voyager) qui n'est pas affecté à l'USS Voyager, mais à Deep Space Nine.

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66 - Improbable Cause (1/2)

Original title : Improbable Cause (1/2)
First Aired : 24.04.1995 (USA) 16.01.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Avery Brooks
Writing credits : René Echevarria From a Story by Robert Lederman & David R. Long
Cast : Andrew Robinson (Garak), Carlos LaCamara (Retaya), Joseph Ruskin (Informant), Darwyn Carson (Romulan), Julianna McCarthy (Mila), Paul Dooley (Enabran Tain)

The Story : Garak's shop mysteriously explodes, launching Odo on an investigation to determine who is trying to kill the Cardassian exile and why. His investigation stumbles upon a nefarious plot by Enabran Tain who is rubbing out his former Obisidian Order cohorts who might know to much about him. The former head of the Obisidian Order plans to come out of retirement and as a start he has formed an alliance with the Romulan Tal Shiar. Together the two forces hope to wipe out the Founders - and in the proces neutralizing the Dominion threat.

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67 - The Die Is Cast (2/2)

Original title : The Die Is Cast (2/2)
First Aired : 01.05.1995 (USA) 23.01.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : David Livingston
Writing credits : Ronald D. Moore
Cast : Andrew Robinson (Garak), Leland Orser (Lovok), Kenneth Marshall (Lieutenant Commander Eddington), Leon Russom (Toddman), Paul Dooley (Enabran Tain), Wendy Schenker (Romulan Pilot)

The Story : The combined Romulan/Cardassian fleet charges into the Gamma Quadrant. While Sisko ignores Starfleet orders to rescue Odo, Garak has to prove his loyalty to his former mentor by torturing Odo to find out if the Founders have some sort of hidden defenses. By using a device that prevents Odo from returning to his gelatinous state, Garak finds out that Odo still wishes to return to his people. After reaching the Omarion Nebula and attacking the planet they soon realise that the Founders were aware of the operation as the entire fleet is destroyed by Jem'Hadar ships who were hiding in the nebula.

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68 - Explorers

Original title : Explorers
First Aired : 08.05.1995 (USA) 30.01.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Cliff Bole
Writing credits : René Echevarria From a Story by Hilary J. Bader
Cast : Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat), Bari Hochwald (Dr. Elizabeth Lense), Chase Masterson (Leeta)

The Story : Sisko decides to build a replica of an ancient Bajoran sailing ship in an effort to prove that the legend about Bajorans having ventured all the way to Cardassia Prime hundreds of years ago, is true. Back on the station, Dr. Bashir faces his medical shool rival: Dr. Elizabeth Lense.

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69 - Family Business

Original title : Family Business
First Aired : 15.05.1995 (USA) 06.02.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Rene Auberjonois
Writing credits : Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe
Cast : Penny Johnson (Kasidy Yates), Max Grodénchik (Rom), Jeffrey Combs (Brunt), Andrea Martin (Ishka), Mel Green (Secretary)

The Story : Quark returns to his home planet to confront his mother, who has broken the Ferengi law prohibiting females from earning a profit. Meanwhile, Sisko seems to have found a new romantic interest: the freighter captain Kasidy Yates.

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70 - Shakaar

Original title : Shakaar
First Aired : 22.05.1995 (USA) 13.02.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Jonathan West
Writing credits : Gordon Dawson
Cast : Duncan Regehr (Shakaar), Diane Salinger (Lupaza), William Lucking (Furel), Sherman Howard (Syvar), John Doman (Lenaris), Louise Fletcher (Kai Winn), John Kenton Shull (Security Officer), Harry Hutchinson (Trooper)

The Story : Kai Winn asks Kira to convince her former resistance comrades to give up some farm equipment. She ends up joining them as a fugitive however, when she comes to the conclusion that Kai Winn is acting irrationally, Kira sides with Shakaar and her friends in refusing to return the equipment. As in the days of the resistance, they take off into the hills and fend off Bajoran cops. They become cult heroes to all of Bajor and when Shakaar decides to run for office, Winn's hopes for total domination are ruined.

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71 - Facets

Original title : Facets
First Aired : 12.06.1995 (USA) 20.02.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Cliff Bole
Writing credits : René Echevarria
Cast : Jefrey Alan Chandler (Guardian), Max Grodénchik (Rom), Aron Eisenberg (Nog), Chase Masterson (Leeta), Majel Barrett (Computer Voice)

The Story : Jadzia Dax must come to terms with her feelings of inferiority when she meets her past hosts in an ancient Trill rite of closure: the zhian'tara. She uses the rest of the senior staff, including Quark and Leeta, as host-bodies to confront and question her past selves. All goes well, until Joran tells her that she doesn't deserve the Dax host. This reminds her off Curzon who had washed her out off the initiate program. It turns out that Curzon did this, not because she wasn't good enough, but because he was in love with her. Meanwhile, Quark sabotages Nog's entrance exam for entry into Starfleet Academy.

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72 - The Adversary

Original title : The Adversary
First Aired : 19.06.1995 (USA) 27.02.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Alexander Singer
Writing credits : Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe
Cast : Lawrence Pressman (Krajensky), Kenneth Marshall (Lieutenant Commander Eddington), Jeff Austin (Bolian), Majel Barrett (Computer Voice)

The Story : Stardate 48959.1. Sisko, newly promoted to Captain, is sent to the Tzenkethi border by ambassador Krajensky to show the flag. However, when the Defiant is sabotaged, it becomes clear that the ship is being used to start a war between the Federation and the Tzenkethi. The ambassador turns out to be a changeling and the crew has to find him before Sisko destroys the ship with the self-destructsystem.

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