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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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99 - Apocalypse Rising

Original title : Apocalypse Rising
First Aired : 30.09.1996 (USA) 03.09.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : James L. Conway
Writing credits : Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe
Cast : Robert O'Reilly (Gowron), J.G. Hertzler (General Martok), Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat), Casey Biggs (Damar), Robert Budsaka (Burly Klingon), Robert Zachar (Head Guard), John L. Bennett (Towering Klingon), Tony Epper (Drunken Klingon), Ivor Bartels (Young Klingon)

The Story : Captain Sisko and Dax barely make it back from a Starfleet Command meeting due to the increasingly hostile war conditions with the Klingons. Starfleet Command has decided to send Captain Sisko into the heart of the Klingon Empire to determine whether or not Chancellor Gowron is being impersonated by a Changeling. Sisko, along with O'Brien, Odo and Worf must penetrate Klingon territory, disguised as Klingons in a stolen Bird-of-Prey. Even if successful can they determine if the actions of the High council are motivated by Changeling influence or not?

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100 - The Ship

Original title : The Ship
First Aired : 07.10.1996 (USA) 10.09.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Kim Friedman
Writing credits : Hans Beimler From a Story by Pam Wiggington & Rick Cason
Cast : Kaitlin Hopkins (Kilana), F.J. Rio (Enrique Muniz), Hilary Shepard (Hoya)

The Story : Stardate 50049.3. While exploring a Gamma Quadrant world, Sisko, Dax, Worf, O'Brien, and Muniz -- one of O'Brien's men -- watch as a Jem'Hadar warship crashes into the planet's surface. Sisko's group finds a way into the alien craft. Once inside, they determine that all aboard are dead, and Sisko -- realizes the tactical advantage that could be gained -- decides to get the ship back to Deep Space nine for study. He sends for the U.S.S. Defiant to haul the vessel with its tractor beam, while O'Brien and Muniz try to get the ship's systems on line. However, their work stops when another Jem'Hadar warship appears and destroys their orbiting Runabout, killing all of Sisko's crewmembers still aboard.

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101 - Looking for par'Mach In All the Wrong Places

Original title : Looking for par'Mach In All the Wrong Places
First Aired : 14.10.1996 (USA) 17.09.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Andrew J. Robinson
Writing credits : Ronald D. Moore
Cast : Rosalind Chao (Keiko O'Brien), Mary Kay Adams (Grilka), Joseph Ruskin (Tumek), Phil Morris (Thopok)

The Story : While having a drink with Dax, Worf is taken by he sight of Grilka, a Klingon woman, as she enters the station with Tumek and her guard, Thopok. Worf falls instantly in love, and watches, horrified, as Grilka kisses Quark. Grilka is Quark's ex-wife, thanks to a complicated marriage of convenience. Undaunted, Worf decides to pursue Grilka, and tries to capture her attention at Quark's. He is crushed when Tumek says that, since Worf is dishonored among Klingons, Grilka can never mate with him. Tumek then adds insult to injury by commenting that Worf's human upbringing shows he knows nothing about how to pursue a Klingon woman. Meanwhile O'Brien wonders if he's crazy in detecting a new desire for intimacy from live-in surrogate mom Kira, still carrying his and Keiko's baby.

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102 - ...Nor the Battle to the Strong

Original title : ...Nor the Battle to the Strong
First Aired : 21.10.1996 (USA) 24.09.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Kim Friedman
Writing credits : René Echevarria From a Story by Brice R. Parker
Cast : Andrew Kavovit (Kirby), Karen Austin (Dr. Kalandra), Mark Holton (Bolian Nurse), Lisa Lord (Human Nurse), Jeb Brown (Ensign), Danny Goldring (Burke), Elle Alexander (Female Guard), Greg "Christopher" Smith (Male Guard)

The Story : Writing a profile on Dr. Bashir, Jake Sisko is traveling with him in a Runabout when they get a distress call from a Federation colony under attack by Klingons. Jake convinces Bashir to go to the colony, despite concern over taking the eighteen-year-old Sisko to a battleground. Once they arrive, Jake is stunned by the sight of scores of wounded and dying people. Forced to lend a hand to the medical team, Jake panics when explosions rip into the ground around them, and runs away.

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103 - The Assignment

Original title : The Assignment
First Aired : 28.10.1996 (USA) 01.10.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Allan Kroeker
Writing credits : David Weddle, Bradley Thompson From a Story by David R. Long & Robert Lederman
Cast : Rosalind Chao (Keiko O'Brien), Max Grodénchik (Rom), Hana Hatae (Molly O'Brien), Patrick B. Egan (Jiyar), Rosia Malek-Tonan (Tekoa), Judi Durand (Station Computer Voice), Majel Barrett (Computer Voice)

The Story : Meeting Keiko upon her return from Bajor, O'Brien is shocked when his wife says, in her own voice, that she is really an entity that has taken possession of Keiko's body and is holding her hostage. She states that O'Brien must reconfigure some communication and sensor relays on the station or Keiko will be killed, and sends Keiko into a convulsion to prove her point. Seeing no other alternative, O'Brien is forced to obey the entity's demands.

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104 - Trials and Tribble-ations

Original title : Trials and Tribble-ations
First Aired : 04.11.1996 (USA) 08.10.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Jonathan West
Writing credits : Ronald D. Moore & René Echevarria From a Story by Ira Steven Behr, Hans Beimler & Robert Hewitt Wolfe
Cast : Jack Blessing (Dulmur), James W. Jansen (Lucsly), Charlie Brill (Arne Darvin), Leslie Ackerman (Waitress), Charles S. Chun (Engineer), Dierdre L. Imershein (Lieutenant Watley)

The Story : Stardate 4523.7. Sisko and the crew travel back in time to a pivotal moment in the history of the original Starship Enterprise. The U.S.S. Defiant is returning from Cardassian space with the Bajoran Orb of Time. A Klingon named Arne Darvin, surgically altered to look human, has come aboard as a passenger. He uses the Orb to send the U.S.S. Defiant more than one hundred years into the past -- near the original U.S.S. Enterprise as it orbited Deep Space Station K-7. Records reveal Darvin was a spy then, and that he was caught having poisoned a shipment of grain on the station. Darvin is out to change history, possibly by killing Captain James T. Kirk, who originally exposed him as the spy.
Note : Contains footage of the original Star Trek episode, “The Trouble With Tribbles”

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105 - Let He Who Is Without Sin..

Original title : Let He Who Is Without Sin..
First Aired : 11.11.1996 (USA) 15.10.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Rene Auberjonois
Writing credits : Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe
Cast : Monte Markham (Pascal Fullerton), Chase Masterson (Leeta), Frank Kopyc (Bolian Aide), Vanessa Williams (Arandis), Blair Volk (Risian Woman), Zora DeHorter (Risian Woman)

The Story : Worf's relationship with Dax hits a rough spot, and he plans to discuss his feelings during their vacation on Risa. But things go from bad to worse when they -- along with Bashir, Quark, and Leeta -- arrive on the beautiful, climate-controlled "pleasure planet." Worf learns that the Temtibi Lagoon's "social director," Arandis, is a former lover of Curzon Dax. Then, Worf falls under the influence of the New Essentialists Movement, a group bent on "restoring the moral and cultural traditions of the Federation." Its chairman Pascal Fullerton's goal: shut down Risa.

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106 - Things Past

Original title : Things Past
First Aired : 18.11.1996 (USA) 22.10.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : LeVar Burton
Writing credits : Michael Taylor
Cast : Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat), Victor Bevine (Belar), Andrew J. Robinson (Garak), Kurtwood Smith (Thrax), Brenan Baird (Soldier), Louahn Lowe (Okala), Judi Durand (Station Computer Voice)

The Story : Sisko, Odo, Dax, and Garak are found unconscious in their Runabout. While Bashir attempts to revive their bodies in the present, Sisko and the others wake up on Terok Nor -- the station's previous name -- during the Cardassian occupation of Bajor. It is seven years earlier, and the four have been mysteriously placed into the roles of a group of Bajorans that are sentenced to be executed!

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107 - The Ascent

Original title : The Ascent
First Aired : 25.11.1996 (USA) 29.10.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Allan Kroeker
Writing credits : Ira Steven Behr & Robert Hewitt Wolfe
Cast : Max Grodénchik (Rom), Aron Eisenberg (Nog)

The Story : Odo is dispatched to escort Quark to a Federation Grand Jury hearing, an eight-day journey away. Halfway to their destination, they find a bomb aboard the Runabout. They contain the explosion in a transporter beam, but the Runabout is still severely damaged. Forced to crash-land on a frozen, desolate planet, Odo and Quark learn that they have lost their communications system, their replicator, and most of their rations in the explosion. Stranded, the longtime adversaries must rely on each other to survive.

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108 - Rapture

Original title : Rapture
First Aired : 30.12.1996 (USA) 05.11.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Jonathan West
Writing credits : Hans Beimler From a Story by L.J. Strom
Cast : Penny Johnson (Kasidy Yates), Ernest Perry, Jr. (Admiral Whatley), Louise Fletcher (Kai Winn)

The Story : When Sisko sees a painting depicting B'Hala, Bajor's legendary lost city, he is inspired to search for the famed site. The painting depicts part of an obelisk that, according to legend, showed the city's location. When Sisko replicates the obelisk in a Holosuite to try to recreate its missing markings, the Holosuite system shorts out and knocks him unconscious. The experience gives Sisko the ability to see visions of the future of Bajor, but the effects may kill him.

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109 - The Darkness and the Light

Original title : The Darkness and the Light
First Aired : 06.01.1997 (USA) 12.11.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Michael Vejar
Writing credits : Ronald D. Moore From a Story by Bryan Fuller
Cast : Randy Oglesby (Silaran Prin), William Lucking (Furel), Diane Salinger (Lupaza), Jennifer Savidge (Trentin Fara), Aron Eisenberg (Nog)

The Story : Stardate 50416.2. Kira is surprised when Latha Mabrin, a fellow member of her old resistance cell, is murdered during a ceremony. Her suspicions grow when she receives an untraceable message moments after learning of the murder. The message consists only of a photo of Latha and a scrambled voice saying: "That's one." Kira interprets this as a threat to all former members of the Shakaar Resistance Cell and attempts to contact the surviving members to warn them.

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110 - The Begotten

Original title : The Begotten
First Aired : 27.01.1997 (USA) 19.11.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Jesus Salvador Trevino
Writing credits : Rene Echevarria
Cast : Rosalind Chao (Keiko O'Brien), Duncan Regehr (Shakaar), Peggy Roeder (Y'Pora), James Sloyan (Dr. Mora Pol)

The Story : Kira has finally gone into labor, but Odo is uninterested, dealing with his own "baby." The former Changeling has purchased an ailing infant Changeling from Quark, and, after Bashir treats the creature, begins the task of trying to teach his "child" to shapeshift from its natural state of goo. He is clearly displeased when Dr. Mora, the Bajoran scientist who "raised" Odo, arrives on the station to help. To Odo's horror and disgust, Mora insists on probing and measuring the creature, and the two clash over how to teach the infant.

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111 - For The Uniform

Original title : For The Uniform
First Aired : 03.02.1997 (USA) 26.11.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Victor Loll
Writing credits : Peter Allan Fields
Cast : Kenneth Marshall (Michael Eddington), Eric Pierpoint (Captain Sanders), Aron Eisenberg (Cadet Nog)

The Story : Stardate 50485.2. Sisko encounters Michael Eddington, his former Starfleet Security Chief, who betrayed him and joined the Maquis. Obsessed with capturing the traitor, Sisko pursues him in the U.S.S. Defiant. When Sisko gives the order to fire, the ship experiences a massive computer failure -- caused by Eddington. Returning to Deep Space Nine in the disabled U.S.S. Defiant, Sisko learns that another starship has been assigned to apprehend Eddington. Angry and humiliated, Sisko risks everything and takes his damaged ship back into space to find his former crew member.

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112 - In Purgatory's Shadow

Original title : In Purgatory's Shadow
First Aired : 10.02.1997 (USA) 03.12.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Gabrielle Beaumont
Writing credits : Robert Hewitt Wolfe & Ira Steven Behr
Cast : Andrew J. Robinson (Garak), Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat), Melanie Smith (Tora Ziyal), J.G. Hertzler (General Martok), James Horan (Ikat'ika), Paul Dooley (Enabran Tain)

The Story : The station picks up a mysterious coded message from the Gamma Quadrant that appears to be Cardassian. Garak reveals that the message is some sort of distress call from his mentor Enabran Tain, the former head of the Obsidian Order, who was presumed to be dead. Garak convinces Sisko to allow him to travel to the Gamma Quadrant to search for Tain, and Sisko sends Worf along as a "chaperone." When Garak and Worf are captured, the station learns of an impending Dominion invasion.

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113 - By Inferno's Light

Original title : By Inferno's Light
First Aired : 17.02.1997 (USA) 10.12.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Les Landau
Writing credits : Robert Hewitt Wolfe & Ira Steven Behr
Cast : Andrew J. Robinson (Garak), Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat), Melanie Smith (Tora Ziyal), J.G. Hertzler (General Martok), Ray Buktenica (Deyos), James Horan (Ikat'ika), Carrie Stauber (Romulan), Robert O'Reilly (Gowron)

The Story : Stardate 50564.2. As the station prepares for a Dominion attack, the enemy fleet suddenly turns toward Cardassian space. Gul Dukat's ship breaks formation and follows, and he reveals that he has spearheaded negotiations resulting in Cardassia joining the Dominion -- with Dukat as Cardassia's leader. While the future of the Alpha Quadrant hangs in the balance, Worf, Martok, Bashir, and Garak mastermind an escape plan from the Dominion Internment Center in the Gamma Quadrant.

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114 - Doctor Bashir, I Presume?

Original title : Doctor Bashir, I Presume?
First Aired : 24.02.1997 (USA) 17.12.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : David Livingston
Writing credits : Ronald D. Moore From a Story by Jimmy Diggs
Cast : Brian George (Richard), Max Grodénchik (Rom), Chase Masterson (Leeta), Fadwa El Guindi (Amsha), J. Patrick McCormack (Bennett), Robert Picardo (Dr. Lewis Zimmerman)

The Story : Bashir is informed by Doctor Louis Zimmerman that he has been chosen as the model for Starfleet's holographic doctor program. As part of the process, Zimmerman must learn everything he can about Bashir, from childhood quirks to interpersonal relationships, a procedure that includes interviews with Bashir's family, friends, and co-workers. Uncomfortable, Bashir requests that Zimmerman refrain from speaking with his parents. Nevertheless, Bashir's parents arrive on Deep Space Nine soon afterward, and he becomes fearful that the project will expose a dark secret from his past.

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115 - A Simple Investigation

Original title : A Simple Investigation
First Aired : 31.03.1997 (USA) 24.12.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : John Kvetchmer
Writing credits : René Echevarria
Cast : Dey Young (Arissa), John Durbin (Traidy), Nicholas Worth (Sorm), Randy Mulkey (Idanian #2)

The Story : In Quark's, Odo meets a beautiful woman named Arissa and is impressed by her powers of observation. Later, he is surprised when the same woman is arrested for trying to break into the station's computer. Quark questions her about the man she was waiting for in Quark's -- an Idanian named Tauvid Rem. Arissa tells Odo Tauvid has information about the daughter she gave up fifteen years before. Odo takes her to Tauvid's quarters, where they discover he has been killed. While Odo investigates the situation, he falls in love with this mysterious woman who he discovers has been targeted for murder.

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116 - Business as Usual

Original title : Business as Usual
First Aired : 07.04.1997 (USA) 31.12.2000 (FRANCE)
Director : Siddig El Fadil
Writing credits : Bradley Thompson & David Weddle
Cast : Lawrence Tierney (Regent of Palamar), Josh Pais (Gaila), Tim Halligan (Farrakk), Steven Berkoff (Hagath)

The Story : Quark's cousin Gaila arrives at the station with a business proposition. He offers a piece of his weapon-selling business to Quark -- which would pay off all of Quark's debts within a month. But the best part is, Quark will technically not be breaking the law. Instead, he will be in charge of "hospitality," showing customers a good time and allowing them to test harmless replicas of their offerings in his Holosuites. Once Quark agrees, Gaila introduces him to his associate, Hagath, who takes to Quark immediately, but warns the Ferengi never to cross him. Soon, the trio is in business, and Quark is making more latinum than he ever imagined.

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117 - Ties of Blood and Water

Original title : Ties of Blood and Water
First Aired : 14.04.1997 (USA) 07.01.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Avery Brooks
Writing credits : Robert Hewitt Wolfe From a Story by Edmund Newton & Robbin L. Slocum
Cast : Lawrence Pressman (Tekeny Ghemor), Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat), Thomas Kopache (Taban), William Lucking (Furel), Jeffrey Combs (Weyoun), Rick Schatz (Medic)

The Story : Stardate 50712.4. Kira meets with Tekeny Ghemor, a known Cardassian dissident, hoping he will lead the opposition to the Cardassian/Dominion Alliance. Ghemor reveals he has Yarim Fel Syndrom and hasn't got long to live, but he may still be able to help Kira's cause with a Cardassian ritual, Shree Tha, in which the dying reveal secrets to their family to use against their enemies. Since Ghemor apparently has no living relatives, he asks Kira, who the Cardassians once kidnapped and surgically altered to look like his long-lost child, to be his "daughter" one last time. When Sisko points out that this is an incredible opportunity to learn Cardassian secrets, Kira reluctantly agrees to the task, but Ghemor's imminent death rekindles painful memories of the loss of her real father.

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118 - Ferengi Love Songs

Original title : Ferengi Love Songs
First Aired : 21.04.1997 (USA) 14.01.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Rene Auberjonois
Writing credits : Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler
Cast : Cecily Adams (Ishka), Max Grodénchik (Rom), Chase Masterson (Leeta), Tiny Ron (Maihar'du), Hamilton Camp (Leck), Jeffrey Combs (Brunt), Wallace Shawn (Grand Nagus Zek)

The Story : Depressed over his lot in life -- especially being blacklisted by the Ferengi Commerce Authority -- Quark goes to his homeworld of Ferenginar for some comfort from his mother, Ishka. The free-thinking Ishka is sympathetic, but clearly uneasy over his declaration that he will be "living" with her for an unspecified period of time. Quark soon learns the reason behind her uncertainty. When he enters his old bedroom, he finds Grand Nagus Zek -- the Ferengi leader -- hiding in the closet! It turns out that Ishka and Zek are in love. When Quark discovers an underhanded way to get a new business license, will he sacrifice his mother's happiness in order to regain his standing in Ferengi society?

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119 - Soldiers of the Empire

Original title : Soldiers of the Empire
First Aired : 28.04.1997 (USA) 21.01.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : LeVar Burton
Writing credits : Ronald D. Moore
Cast : David Graf (Leskit), Rick Worthy (Kornan), Sandra Nelson (Tavana), Aron Eisenberg (Nog), J.G. Hertzler (General Martok)

The Story : General Martok receives orders from the Klingon High Council to search for a Klingon vessel, the B'Moth, missing near the Cardassian border. The mission will be Martok's first since he escaped from a Dominion prison. Assigned a Klingon ship, the Rotarran, to command, he gets permission to take along Worf as his First Officer, while Dax joins them as the ship's Science Officer. They board their vessel and begin the search, only to discover that their crew is hardly the group of proud Klingon warriors they expected. Instead, it is an embittered ensemble whose morale has been destroyed by a series of punishing losses at the hands of the Jem'Hadar, and Worf realizes that his friend General Martok is no longer fit to lead.

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120 - Children of Time

Original title : Children of Time
First Aired : 05.05.1997 (USA) 28.01.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Allan Kroeker
Writing credits : Rene Echevarria From a Story by Gary Holland & Ethan H. Calk
Cast : Gary Frank (Yedrin), Jennifer S. Parsons (Miranda O’Brien), Davida Williams (Lisa), Doren Fein (Molly O’Brien)

The Story : Stardate 50814.2. In the Gamma Quadrant, Dax insists on investigating a planet surrounded by an energy barrier, but the barrier cripples the U.S.S. Defiant. A colony lives on the planet, and the leader, Miranda O'Brien, reveals that in two days, when the Defiant departs, the barrier will cause the ship to crash on the planet -- 200 years in the past. Stranded for life, the crew will found this colony. The planet, Gaia, is populated by their descendants! Sisko realizes that this foreknowledge will allow his crew to now avoid that crash, but by altering history, the colony will cease to exist. Sisko and his crew must choose between the lives they have always known and the lives of their own descendants.

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121 - Blaze of Glory

Original title : Blaze of Glory
First Aired : 12.05.1997 (USA) 04.02.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Kim Friedman
Writing credits : Robert Hewitt Wolfe & Ira Steven Behr
Cast : Kenneth Marshall (Michael Eddington), J.G. Hertzler (General Martok), Aron Eisenberg (Nog), Gretchen German (Rebecca)

The Story : A secret message is intercepted and delivered to Sisko. The few Maquis terrorists who have not been wiped out by the Dominion have initiated a massive retaliatory strike against Cardassia, launching a series of missiles due to arrive in eleven days. Now that Cardassia is under Dominion protection, an all-out war is likely unless the undetectable missiles are stopped. Seeing no alternative, Sisko goes to Michael Eddington, the former Starfleet officer-turned-Maquis leader, now in prison. Eddington refuses to tell Sisko how to stop the missiles, so Sisko takes the handcuffed Eddington to compel him to help end this final Maquis attack that could lead to the destruction of the Federation.

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122 - Empok Nor

Original title : Empok Nor
First Aired : 19.05.1997 (USA) 11.02.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Michael Vejar
Writing credits : Hans Beimler & Bryan Fuller
Cast : Andrew J. Robinson (Garak), Aron Eisenberg (Nog), Tom Hodges (Pechetti), Andy Milder (Boq'ta), Marjean Holden (Stolzoff), Jeffrey King (Amaro)

The Story : With Deep Space Nine in disrepair, O'Brien is unable to replicate the Cardassian materials he needs to fix it. He assembles a team of engineers and leads a salvage mission to Empok Nor, an abandoned Cardassian space station, bringing along Garak to foil any security measures. They soon enter the eerie, deserted station and begin to work. Garak is disturbed to find two stasis tubes have recently been activated, each large enough to contain a Cardassian adult. Nog, sent back to the Runabout, is shocked to see the ship drift away and explode, leaving O'Brien and his team stranded on Empok Nor with the mysterious occupants of the Cardassian stasis tubes.

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123 - In The Cards

Original title : In The Cards
First Aired : 09.06.1997 (USA) 18.02.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Michael Dorn
Writing credits : Ronald D. Moore From a Story by Truly Clark & Scott Neal
Cast : Jeffrey Combs (Weyoun), Brian Markinson (Giger), Aron Eisenberg (Nog), Chase Masterson (Leeta), Louise Fletcher (Kai Winn)

The Story : Stardate 50929.4. As the Dominion threat to the Alpha Quadrant intensifies, Jake notices Sisko is growing increasingly depressed. Hearing that Quark plans to auction off a collection of antiquities that includes a vintage Willie Mays baseball card, he decides obtaining the card for his father is the perfect way to lift his spirits. Jake persuades Nog to use his life savings to bid on the collection, but a man named Dr. Giger outbids them. Giger offers to trade them the card for various pieces of equipment and medical supplies, he needs to develop a machine that will deliver eternal life by "entertaining" cells - preventing them from dying of boredom. Later, Jake and Nog return to Giger's quarters with the last of the items he requested, only to find that Giger and his equipment are gone. Meanwhile, Kai Winn meets with Dominion representative Weyoun on the station to discuss the Dominion's wish to sign a non-aggression treaty with Bajor. Sisko feels strongly that this would be an unwise move and convinces Winn to stall the proceedings.

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124 - Call To Arms

Original title : Call To Arms
First Aired : 16.06.1997 (USA) 25.02.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Allan Kroeker
Writing credits : Robert Hewitt Wolfe & Ira Steven Behr
Cast : Andrew J. Robinson (Garak), Jeffrey Combs (Weyoun), Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat), Max Grodenchik (Rom), Aron Eisenberg (Nog), J.G. Hertzler (General Martok), Chase Masterson (Leeta), Melanie Smith (Ziyal), Casey Biggs (Dumar)

The Story : Stardate 50975.2. As another convoy of Jem'Hadar ships emerges through the wormhole toward Cardassia, Sisko and his officers face the grim realization that the Dominion is taking over the Alpha Quadrant. When Starfleet Command notifies Sisko that he must stop further Dominion reinforcements from reaching Cardassia, he decides to mine the entrance to the wormhole -- a move that may cost them Deep Space Nine and will likely lead to war.

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