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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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125 - A Time to Stand

Original title : A Time to Stand
First Aired : 29.09.1997 (USA) 04.03.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Allan Kroeker
Writing credits : Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler
Cast : Andrew J. Robinson (Garak), Jeffrey Combs (Weyoun), Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat), Aron Eisenberg (Cadet Nog), J. G. Hertzler (General Martok), Casey Biggs (Damar), Barry Jenner (Admiral Ross), Brock Peters (Joseph Sisko)

The Story : Several months into their war against the Dominion/Cardassian alliance, the Federation is fighting a losing battle. Having long ago abandoned Deep Space Nine, Sisko and his crew have been taking on the enemy from the U.S.S. Defiant. But they grow more and more demoralized as fleets of promised reinforcements are demolished. Reacting to the heavy losses, Federation Admiral Ross informs Sisko that he is no longer in command of the U.S.S. Defiant. In a desperate move, Captain Sisko is given the dangerous assignment of sneaking behind enemy lines in a captured Jem'Hadar warship to destroy a key supply depot. Meanwhile, on Terok Nor, Kira and Odo must cope with the new reality of living under enemy rule.

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126 - Rocks and Shoals

Original title : Rocks and Shoals
First Aired : 06.10.1997 (USA) 11.03.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Ronald D. Moore
Writing credits : Michael Vejar
Cast : Andrew J. Robinson (Garak), Phil Morris (Remata'Klan), Christopher Shea (Keevan), Aron Eisenberg (Cadet Nog), Paul S. Eckstein (Limara'Son), Lilyan Chauvin (Vedek Yassim), Sarah MacDonnel (Neeley), Joseph Fuqua (Gordon)

The Story : Stardate 51096.2. Traveling in a crippled Jem'Hadar warship, Sisko and his crew enter an uncharted nebula. They crash in the ocean of a desolate planet, and Dax is seriously wounded. Bashir stabilizes Dax's condition, after which the group takes shelter in a cave. Later, while Garak and Nog are searching for food and water, they are captured by Jem'Hadar soldiers who also crashed on the barren world and whose Vorta is dying.

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127 - Sons and Daughters

Original title : Sons and Daughters
First Aired : 13.10.1997 (USA) 18.03.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Jesus Salvador Trevino
Writing credits : Bradley Thompson & David Weddle
Cast : Marc Worden (Alexander), Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat), J.G. Hertzler (General Martok), Melanie Smith (Ziyal), Casey Biggs (Damar), Sam Zeller (Ch'Targh), Gabrielle Union (N'Garen)

The Story : While the war between the Federation and the Dominion continues, Klingon General Martok docks his ship to take on reinforcements. Worf is shocked to see that one of the new recruits is his estranged son, Alexander. Worf reveals that he sent Alexander to live with his foster parents on earth years before, after the boy showed no interest in becoming a warrior. Martok encourages Worf to mend fences with his son, but the attempt soon deteriorates.

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128 - Behind the Lines

Original title : Behind the Lines
First Aired : 20.10.1997 (USA) 25.03.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : LeVar Burton
Writing credits : Rene Echevarria
Cast : Jeffrey Combs (Weyoun), Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat), Max Grodénchik (Rom), Aron Eisenberg (Cadet Nog), Casey Biggs (Damar), Barry Jenner (Admiral Ross), Salome Jens (Female Changeling)

The Story : Stardate 51145.3. Admiral Ross at Starbase 375 uncovers a major reason for the Dominion's dominance - a sensor array monitoring all activity across five sectors. Sisko soon formulates a risky plan to disable it. Back on Terok Nor - the Cardassian name for Deep Space Nine - Kira and her "resistance cell" of Jake, Rom and Odo work to foster ill will between the Cardassians and the Dominion. When Odo speaks out against her latest scheme, Kira begins to question his loyalty. The situation gets even worse when the Female Shapeshifter arrives on the station...

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129 - Favor the Bold (1/2)

Original title : Favor the Bold (1/2)
First Aired : 27.10.1997 (USA) 01.04.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Winrich Kolbe
Writing credits : Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler
Cast : Andrew J. Robinson (Garak), Jeffrey Combs (Weyoun), Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat), Max Grodénchik (Rom), Aron Eisenberg (Cadet Nog), J.G. Hertzler (General Martok), Melanie Smith (Ziyal), Casey Biggs (Damar), Chase Masterson (Leeta), Barry Jenner (Admiral Ross), Salome Jens (Female Changeling), William Wellman Jr. (Bajoran Officer), Bart McCarthy (Admiral Cobum), Ericka Klein (Admiral Sitak), Andrew Palmer (Jem’Hadar Soldier)

The Story : The Federation continues to lose the war with the Dominion/Cardassian Alliance and morale is sinking fast. Realizing that the Federation needs a major victory, Sisko launches a plan to retake Deep Space Nine, using a task force comprised of ships throughout the Starfleet. Meanwhile, Odo continues to struggle with reconciling his thoughts for the Female Shapeshifter and remaining loyal to his friends, especially Kira. Despite his mixed feelings, he cannot resist linking - joining physically - with the fellow Changeling.

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130 - The Sacrifice of Angels (2/2)

Original title : The Sacrifice of Angels (2/2)
First Aired : 03.11.1997 (USA) 08.04.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Alan Kroeker
Writing credits : Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler
Cast : Andrew J. Robinson (Garak), Jeffrey Combs (Weyoun), Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat), Max Grodénchik (Rom), Aron Eisenberg (Ensignt Nog), J.G. Hertzler (General Martok), Melanie Smith (Ziyal), Casey Biggs (Damar), Chase Masterson (Leeta), Salome Jens (Female Changeling), Darin Cooper (Cardassian Officer)

The Story : With Sisko in command of the Defiant, the Federation fleet reaches the Dominion line of ships standing between it and Deep Space Nine. Sisko orders his troops to target only the Cardassian vessels, hoping to provoke them into breaking formation. On the space station, Damar - Gul Dukat's aide - is concerned that Kira, Jake, and Leeta might try to sabotage their plans again, so Dukat orders them held for questioning. The minefield that barricades the wormhole will be destroyed in hours, allowing thousands of waiting Dominion ships to invade the Alpha Quadrant and defeat the Federation. Although Dukat catches on to Sisko's plan, he lets his enemy through with hopes of toying with him later. Knowing it's a trap, Sisko insists on staying his course. Meanwhile, Odo is upset when he learns that Kira has been arrested.

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131 - You are Cordially Invited...

Original title : You are Cordially Invited...
First Aired : 10.11.1997 (USA) 15.04.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : David Livingston
Writing credits : Ronald D. Moore
Cast : J. G. Hertzler (General Martok), Marc Worden (Alexander), Shannon Cochran (Sirella), Chase Masterson (Leeta), Aron Eisenberg (Ensignt Nog), Max Grodénchik (Rom), Sidney Liufau (Atoa)

The Story : Stardate 51247.5. With war still raging throughout the galaxy, and life returning to normal on Deep Space Nine, Worf and Dax resume planning their long-awaited wedding. Since Dax will be joining Worf's surrogate family, the House of Martok, she agrees to endure the traditional evaluation by the mistress of the house, Martok's wife, Sirella. Confident that she will be liked and accepted, Dax is surprised when she learns that as a non-Klingon she will almost certainly fail to gain Sirella's favor.

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132 - Resurrection

Original title : Resurrection
First Aired : 17.11.1997 (USA) 22.04.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : LeVar Burton
Writing credits : Michael Taylor
Cast : John Towey (Vedek Ossan), Philip Anglim (Bareil), Scott Strozier (Security Guard)

The Story : When a stranger beams aboard the station and takes Kira hostage, she is shocked to see that he looks exactly like her dead love, Vedek Bareil. He reveals that he is Bareil -- the alternate universe version -- and is running from the evil Alliance of his universe. Even though he attacks her, Kira refuses to press charges after he is captured. Sisko is concerned that she is letting his resemblance to her late lover influence her actions, but agrees to allow Bareil to remain on the station.

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133 - Statistical Probabilities

Original title : Statistical Probabilities
First Aired : 24.11.1997 (USA) 29.04.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Anson Williams
Writing credits : Rene Echevarria From a Story by Pam Pietroforte
Cast : Jeffrey Combs (Weyoun), Tim Ransom (Jack), Jeannetta Arnette (Dr. Loews), Hilary Shepard-Turner (Lauren), Michael Keenan (Patrick), Casey Biggs (Gul Damar), Faith C. Salie (Sarina)

The Story : With the secret of his genetically-engineered past out in the open, Bashir is asked to work with a group of others like him. Aggressive Jack, sensual Lauren, giddy Patrick, and shy Sarina are highly intelligent -- but equally disfunctional -- and have spent their lives in an institution. It is hoped that Bashir can help them assimilate into "normal" society, and while he is initially put off by their antisocial behavior, Bashir is excited by the prospect of helping them succeed.

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134 - The Magnificent Ferengi

Original title : The Magnificent Ferengi
First Aired : 01.01.1998 (USA) 06.05.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Chip Chalmers
Writing credits : Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler
Cast : Jeffrey Combs (Brunt), Max Grodenchik (Rom), Aron Eisenberg (Ensign Nog), Cecily Adams (Ishka), Josh Pais (Gaila), Christopher Shea (Keevan), Hamilton Camp (Leck), Chase Masterson (Leeta), Iggy Pop (Yelgrun)

The Story : The Grand Nagus calls with news that Quark's mother, Ishka, has been captured by the Dominion. He enlists Quark to rescue her, offering a substantial reward if he succeeds. Quark persuades Rom to join the mission to save their mother, telling him that they will lie about the reward in order to keep most for themselves. The two then recruit Nog for his Starfleet expertise, while fellow Ferengis Leck, Gaila, and Brunt form the rest of the team.
Note : Yelgrun is played by singer Iggy Pop.

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135 - Waltz

Original title : Waltz
First Aired : 08.01.1998 (USA) 13.05.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Rene Auberjonois
Writing credits : Ronald D. Moore
Cast : Jeffery Combs (Weyoun), Mark Alaimo (Gul Dukat), Casey Biggs (Damar)

The Story : Stardate 51408.6. En route to Gul Dukat's war crimes investigation, Sisko meets with the former Cardassian leader, now a prisoner. Dukat, who suffered a nervous breakdown over the death of his daughter, assures Sisko that he has recovered. Suddenly, the starship transporting them is destroyed by Cardassian troops. Sisko is seriously injured, but Dukat escapes with him to a nearby planet and tends to his wounds. When Sisko regains consciousness, Dukat informs him that they are stranded and he is sending out a distress signal. Unbeknownst to Sisko, Dukat hallucinates encounters with Weyoun and Damar, who advise him to kill the Starfleet Captain. Dukat reveals that he intends to -- after Sisko shows him the respect he deserves.

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136 - Who Mourns for Morn?

Original title : Who Mourns for Morn?
First Aired : 04.02.1998 (USA) 20.05.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Victor Lobl
Writing credits : Mark Gehred-O'Connell
Cast : Gregory Itzin (Hain), Brad Greenquist (Krit), Bridget Ann White (Larell), Cyril O'Reilly (Nahsk)

The Story : The crew is shocked to learn that Morn has been killed in an ion storm. True to form, Quark sees an opportunity for profit and throws a memorial party at his bar. Sisko interrupts with surprising news -- Morn has left Quark his entire estate. Although Morn's financial records indicate that he was broke, Quark searches Morn's quarters for hidden assets. Instead, he finds Morn's ex-wife, Larell, who tells Quark about Morn's hidden retirement fund of a thousand bars of latinum.

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137 - Far Beyond the Stars

Original title : Far Beyond the Stars
First Aired : 11.02.1998 (USA) 27.05.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Ira Steven Behr et Hans Beimler[Marc Scott Zicree]
Writing credits : Avery Brooks
Cast : Brock Peters (Joseph Sisko/Preacher), Jeffery Combs (Detective), Marc Alaimo (Detective Ryan), J. G. Hertzler (Roy Ritterhouse), Aron Eisenberg (Vendor), Penny Johnson (Kasidy Yates/Cassie)

The Story : After a friend's ship is destroyed and Sisko considers leaving Starfleet, he begins having visions of his crew as 1950s Americans. Bashir's examination reveals unusual synaptic patterns, but before Sisko can discuss treatment, he finds himself in 1953 New York City as Benny Russell, a writer for a science-fiction magazine. Fellow staffers resemble O'Brien, Kira, Bashir, Dax, and Quark in human form, and their editor, Pabst, looks like a human Odo. Writing assignments are given as illustrations, and each writer creates a story to fit their drawing. Benny's illustration is a crude version of Deep Space Nine.

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138 - One Little Ship

Original title : One Little Ship
First Aired : 18.02.1998 (USA) 03.06.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Allan Kroeker
Writing credits : David Weddle & Bradley Thompson
Cast : Aron Eisenberg (Cadet Nog), Scott Thompson Baker (First Kudak'Etan), Fritz Sperberg (Second Ixtana'Rax), Leland Crooke (Vorta), Christian Zimmerman (Third Lamat'Ukan)

The Story : Stardate 51474.2. In order to investigate a rare subspace phenomenon, Dax, O'Brien, and Bashir board a Runabout that is shrunken to four inches long. They are assured this effect will be reversed once they leave the anomaly. Suddenly, the Defiant, tethered to the tiny Runabout, is attacked and Sisko and the others are overtaken by the Jem'Hadar. The miniature Runabout and its crew survives, but they exit the anomaly through a different route -- without returning to normal size. Now, they become Sisko's only hope to retake the Defiant.

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139 - Honor Among Thieves

Original title : Honor Among Thieves
First Aired : 25.02.1998 (USA) 10.06.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Allan Eastman
Writing credits : Rene Echevarria & Philip Kim
Cast : Michael Harney (Chadwick), Carlos Carrasco (Krole), John Chandler (Flith), Leland Crooke (Vorta), Joseph Culp (Raimus), Nick Tate (Bilby), Brad Blaisdell (Yint)

The Story : An undercover operation turns personal for O'Brien when he befriends his criminal contact. Starfleet Intelligence recruits Chief O'Brien to infiltrate the Orion Syndicate, the Alpha Quadrant's leading organized crime ring, to find a Starfleet informant. Posing as a handyman, he makes contact with a trio from the Syndicate by repairing a piece of their equipment. After researching O'Brien's fake background, Bilby, the leader of the trio, decides to bring him into his circle of associates.

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140 - Change of Heart

Original title : Change of Heart
First Aired : 04.03.1998 (USA) 17.06.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : David Livingston
Writing credits : Ronald D. Moore
Cast : Todd Waring (Lasaran)

The Story : Stardate 51597.2. When Dax and Worf are sent to the Badlands to meet with a Cardassian double-agent, they receive an encrypted subspace transmission from Lasaran, the operative. He has information about where the Founders are located in the Alpha Quadrant, but before he will reveal anything, he wants Dax and Worf to help him defect. In three days, he plans to walk into the jungle on the planet Soukara. Since Dax and Worf will be unable to beam him off the planet, they are to rendezvous with him in the jungle. Seeing no alternative, they agree to the plan.

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141 - Wrongs Darker than Death or Night

Original title : Wrongs Darker than Death or Night
First Aired : 01.04.1998 (USA) 24.06.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Jonathan West
Writing credits : Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler
Cast : Leslie Hope (Kira Meru), Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat), David Bowe (Basso), Wayne Grace (Legate), Tim deZarn (Halb), Thomas Kopache (Taban), John Marzilli (Scavenger), Marc Marosi (Gul), Judi Durand (Station Computer Voice)

The Story : On her late mother Meru's birthday, Kira receives a transmission from Gul Dukat in which he tells her that Meru, who supposedly died when Kira was three, was actually his lover for many years and left her family to be with him. When Kira's investigation fails to prove Dukat false, she asks Sisko, as the Emissary, to permit her to consult the Bajoran Orb of Time. He agrees, and Kira finds herself in the past, at a refugee center where she comes face to face with her long-lost family, who does not realize her true identity.

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142 - Inquisition

Original title : Inquisition
First Aired : 05.04.1998 (USA) 01.07.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Michael Dorn
Writing credits : Bradley Thompson & David Weddle
Cast : William Sadler (Sloan), Jeffrey Combs (Weyoun), Samantha Mudd (Chandler), Benjamin Brown (Kagan), Judi Durand (Station Computer Voice)

The Story : Internal Affairs Officer Sloan arrives on the station, announcing that there has been a possible security breach. He believes an officer may be passing information to the Dominion and promptly confines the senior staff to quarters. Later, Sloan summons Bashir for a brief interview, which appears to go well. Back in his room, however, the doctor learns that O'Brien was interrogated for two hours -- about him. Just then, Bashir is taken to a second meeting with Sloan.

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143 - In the Pale Moonlight

Original title : In the Pale Moonlight
First Aired : 15.04.1998 (USA) 08.07.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Victor Lobl
Writing credits : Michael Taylor From a Story by Peter Allen Fields
Cast : Andrew J. Robinson (Garak), Jeffrey Combs (Weyoun), Casey Biggs (Damar), Howard Shangraw (Tolar), Stephen McHattie (Vreenak), Judi Durand (Station Computer Voice)

The Story : Stardate 51721.3. Going over casualty lists, Sisko realizes there is only one hope of winning the war -- the Romulans, who signed a non-aggression pact with the Dominion, must be convinced to join the Federation/Klingon Alliance. Sure that the Dominion will eventually invade Romulus anyway, Sisko recruits Garak to discreetly obtain evidence from Cardassia that will bring the Romulans into the war. Sisko soon learns that several Cardassians expressed a willingness to help Garak, but all were killed within one day of speaking with him. Undaunted, Garak suggests that he and Sisko manufacture false evidence of an impending Dominion attack on Romulus...

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144 - His Way

Original title : His Way
First Aired : 22.04.1998 (USA) 15.07.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Allan Kroeker
Writing credits : Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler
Cast : Debi A. Monahan (Melissa), Cyndi Pass (Ginger), James Darren (Vic Fontaine)

The Story : Bashir shows off his new Holosuite program, a 1960s Vegas singer named Vic Fontaine who performs in a lounge full of martini-swilling customers. While Vic is only a hologram, he is extremely perceptive and immediately senses Odo's unrequited love for Kira. Soon afterward, Kira leaves for Bajor to visit her ex-lover Shakaar -- a move which clearly upsets Odo. He "borrows" Bashir's program and asks Vic for a little romantic advice.

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145 - The Reckoning

Original title : The Reckoning
First Aired : 29.04.1998 (USA) 22.07.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Jesus Salvador Trevino
Writing credits : David Weddle, Bradley Thompson From a Story by Harry M. Werksman & Gabrielle Stanton
Cast : James Greene (Koral), Louise Fletcher (Kai Winn), Judi Durand (Station Computer Voice)

The Story : Sisko is called to Bajor when an ancient tablet addressing the Emissary is discovered. Seeing it launches Sisko into a vision, during which the Prophets tell him "the Reckoning" must begin. Since no one knows exactly what this means, Sisko takes the tablet back to Deep Space Nine for Dax to translate. Kai Winn arrives on the station and pushes Sisko to return it, but he refuses, convinced he is doing the will of the Prophets.

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146 - Valiant

Original title : Valiant
First Aired : 06.05.1998 (USA) 29.07.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Michael Vejar
Writing credits : Ronald D. Moore
Cast : Aron Eisenberg (Ensign Nog), Paul Popowich (Tim Watters), Courtney Peldon (Farris), David Drew Gallagher (Shepard), Ashley Brianne McDonogh (Collins), Scott Hamm (Parton), Majel Barrett (Computer Voice)

The Story : Stardate 51825.4. En route to Ferenginar, Jake and Nog are attacked by a Jem'Hadar vessel. When they are suddenly beamed aboard the U.S.S. Valiant, a Defiant-class warship, Nog recognizes the crew of young adults as Red Squad, an elite corps of Starfleet cadets. The 22-year-old captain, Tim Watters, explains that his crew, originally on a training mission, became trapped in Dominion space when the war broke out. All of the regular officers were killed, but before he died, the captain ordered Watters to assume command. With Starfleet unaware of the situation, Watters is trying to complete the Valiant's mission to gather data on a new Dominion battleship. Caught up in Watters's fervor, Nog agrees to join the crew as Chief Engineer.

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147 - Profit and Lace

Original title : Profit and Lace
First Aired : 13.05.1998 (USA) 05.08.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Alexander Siddig
Writing credits : Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler
Cast : Henry Gibson (Nilva), Jeffrey Combs (Brunt), Max Grodénchik (Rom), Aron Eisenberg (Nog), Cecily Adams (Ishka), Chase Masterson (Leeta), Tiny Ron (Maihar'du), Sylvain Cecile (Uri'Lash), Wallace Shawn (Zek), Symba Smith (Aluura)

The Story : Grand Nagus Zek and Ishka, Quark and Rom's mother, arrive on the station to announce that, thanks to his relationship with the proudly feminist Ishka, Zek has added a new amendment to the Ferengi Bill of Opportunities giving females equal rights. Unfortunately, this has plunged the entire Ferengi society into chaos, Zek has been deposed as Grand Nagus, and Liquidator Brunt is now Acting Grand Nagus -- a position that will become permanent in three days. Sure that Ishka's amazing business sense will win them over, Zek invites the commissioners of the Ferengi Commerce Authority to the station, but cola magnate Nilva is the only one who agrees to a meeting.

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148 - Time's Orphan

Original title : Time's Orphan
First Aired : 20.05.1998 (USA) 12.08.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Allan Kroeker
Writing credits : Bradley Thompson, David Weddle From a Story by Joe Menosky
Cast : Rosalind Chao (Keiko), Michelle Krusiec (Molly at 18), Hana Hatae (Molly), Shaun Bieniek (Deputy), Randy James (Security)

The Story : O'Brien is reunited with his wife, Keiko, and their two children. But during a celebratory picnic on a nearby planet, eight-year-old Molly falls into a vortex of swirling energy. When the rest of the crew arrives to help, they determine Molly slipped through a time portal that sent her back 300 years, to a time when the planet was uninhabited. They reactivate the portal and transport herout, but their calculations are off by a decade. When Molly materializes on the transporter pad, she is an eighteen-year-old woman.

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149 - The Sound of Her Voice

Original title : The Sound of Her Voice
First Aired : 10.06.1998 (USA) 19.08.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Winrich Kolbe
Writing credits : Ronald D. Moore From a Story by Pam Pietroforte
Cast : Debra Wilson (Lisa Cusak), Penny Johnson (Kasidy Yates)

The Story : Stardate 51948.3. Onboard the Defiant, Sisko and the crew pick up a distress signal and the voice of Captain Lisa Cusak, whose escape pod has crashed on a remote planet following the destruction of her ship. Although two-way communication has not been established, Lisa transmits her voice constantly as the crew begins the six-day trip to rescue her. O'Brien listens to the sometimes-amusing monologue and is surprised when she -- having overheard a conversation between him and Kasidy Yates -- suddenly speaks to him. Both realize contact has been established, and Lisa finally knows she will be rescued.

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150 - Tears of the Prophets

Original title : Tears of the Prophets
First Aired : 17.06.1998 (USA) 26.08.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Allan Kroeker
Writing credits : Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler
Cast : Andrew J. Robinson (Garek), Jeffrey Combs (Weyoun), Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat), David Birney (Letant). J. G. Hertzler (Martok), Aron Eisenberg (Nog), Casey Biggs (Damar), Barry Jenner (Admiral Ross), James Darren (Vic Fontaine), Michelle Horn (Saghi), Bob Kirsh (Glinn)

The Story : Au beau milieu de la bataille pour Cardassia, Dax est assassinée, et Sisko reçoit un message des Prophètes qui lui annoncent que le Trou de Vers est détruit et que Bajor est désormais coupée de ses dieux. Effondré, Sisko abandonne tout, quitte DS9 et Starfleet et se rend sur Terre.
Note : Sisko and Klingon General Martok meet with Romulan Senator Letant and convince his people to join the invasion force. Later, the Bajoran Prophets -- the mysterious aliens who reside in the wormhole -- appear to Sisko in a vision and advise him not to go to Cardassia.

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