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STAR TREK:
DEEP SPACE NINE

 


Season One

Emissary (Part 1)

Stardate 46379.1 to 46390.1: Three years after barely escaping alive from the carnage inflicted by the Borg on Starfleet at Wolf 359, Commander Benjamin Sisko and his son Jake arrive on the abandoned Cardassian space station, Deep Space Nine. Sisko finds, whilst organising repairs and trying to keep the damaged station operational, that there is a 'wormhole' which leads into a distant quadrant of space near the station, and the Bajoran spiritual leader has a mission for him there.

Captain Jean-Luc Picard Patrick Stewart
Kai Opaka Camille Saviola
Jennifer Sisko Felicia M Bell
Gul Dukat Marc Alaimo
Nog Aron Eisenberg
Ferengi Pit Boss Max Grodénchik
Curzon Dax Frank Owen Smith
Young Jake Thomas Hobson

Emissary (Part 2)

Stardate 46392.7 to 46393.1: Sisko is trapped inside the wormhole while the lifeforms there try to puzzle out just what he is and what he wants. On DS9, Major Kira Nerys has more concrete problems. The Cardassians have sent ships to the wormhole to gain possession of it, and will use violent means to ensure their success.

(Cast as for Part 1)

Past Prologue

Stardate 46397.3: A reunion with an old colleague from the days in which she belonged to the Bajoran resistance forces Kira to choose between her people and her duty as a Federation officer. A sabotage attempt is discovered by the resident Cardassian Garak, and he attempts to pass on the information to an excitable and naďve Doctor Bashir.

Garak Andrew Robinson
Tanna Los Jeffrey Nordling
Lursa Barbara March
B'Etor Gwynyth Walsh
Admiral Roeman Susan Bay
Gul Dunar Vaughn Armstrong

A Man Alone

Stardate 46384 to 46421.5: Odo is implicated in a murder by a group of Bajorans eager to ferment trouble on the station. A lynch mob is soon gathering outside Odo's office. Keiko O'Brien is feeling unwanted, unable to pursue her botany skills, and decides the station needs a school to tame its mischievous children.

Keiko O'Brien Rosalind Chao
Zayra Edward Laurence Albert
Rom Max Grodénchik
Bajoran Man Peter Voght
Nog Aron Eisenberg
Molly O'Brien Hana Hatae
Ibudan Stephen James Carver

Babel

Stardate 46423.7: A neurological contaminant is accidentally released into the eighteen year-old station's replicator system, affecting residents with a disease that makes them unable to communicate. Kira has to hunt for an antidote.

Doctor Surmak Ren Matthew Faison
Cpt Jakhil Jack Kehler
Bajoran Nurse Ann Gillespie
Alice Geraldine Farrell

Captive Pursuit

Stardate 46477.5: O'Brien befriends a wanted alien who simply refers to himself as Tosk, and who has travelled almost 90 thousand light years and has ended up on DS9, closely pursued. Is he really a dangerous criminal or just a pawn in a brutal game?

Tosk Gerrit Graham
Inasada Kelly Curtis
Hunt Leader Scott MacDonald

Q-Less

Stardate 46531.2: Strange and destructive forces begin threatening the space station when the irrepressible Q and the adventuress Vash arrive at Deep Space Nine. They have with them a priceless icon, taken by Vash during her two years alone in the Gamma Quadrant.

Q John de Lancie
Vash Jennifer Hetrick 

Dax

Stardate 46510.1: Lieutenant Dax's former self is accused of a thirty-year-old killing. Will she have to pay the price when she is brought to trial by the son of the rebel general she is supposed to have murdered?

Tandral Gregory Brown
Enina Tandral Anne Haney
Minister Piers Richard Lineback
Madame Arbiter Fionula Flanagan

The Passenger

Stardate 46570.8: A female security officer arrives in search of a renegade scientist, not knowing that the scientist has already transferred his mind into someone else's body. That body is controlled and made to steal a ship in a desperate escape bid.

Tay Kajada Caitlin Brown
Vanteka Christopher Collins
Lt George Primon James Lashley

Move Along Home

Stardate 46612.4: Quark's attempts to deceive a newly-encountered alien race places the station's senior officers in a labyrinth of danger. They find themselves in a game that seems far too real for comfort.

Fallow Joel Brooks
Lt George Primon James Lashley

The Nagus

Stardate 46657.0: Quark is suddenly named leader of the Ferengi financial empire, and discovers that he's not only popular but also a target for assassination.

Rom Max Grodénchik
Nog Aron Eisenberg
Grand Nagus Zek Wallace Shawn
Grull Lou Wagner
Crax Lee Arent

Vortex

Stardate 46689.6: After arresting Crowden, a Gamma Quadrant inhabitant wanted by a repressive regime, Odo travels through the stable wormhole in search of his own people.

Crowden Cliff de Young
Rom Max Grodénchik
Miradorn Randy Oglesby
Urith Kathleen Garrett

Battle Lines

Stardate 46715.2: Sisko, Kira, and Bashir give Kai Opaka a guide to the Gamma Quadrant and find themselves stranded on a war-torn moon where it is impossible for the combatants to die. Sisko, Kira, and Doctor Bashir give Kai Opaka a guide to the Gamma Quadrant and find themselves stranded on a war-torn moon where it is impossible for the combatants to die.

Kai Opaka Camille Saviola
Slango Paul Collins
Sel-La Jonathan Banks

The Storyteller

Stardate 46729.1: Jake and Nog are at odds over a young Bajoran girl who just happens to be a village leader involved in territory discussions with a neighbouring community. On the surface of Bajor, O'Brien has problems of his own when he is elected the new Sirah of another village.

Veras Ole Gina Phelps
Woben Kay E Kuter
Nog Aron Eisenberg
Faron Laurence Monoson
Horet Jim Jansen
The Sirah Jordan Lund
Woman Amy Benedict

Progress

Stardate 46844.3: The Bajoran government decides to mine one of its moons for badly-needed resources, but Major Kira Nerys finds herself opposed to her people on environmental grounds.

Rom Max Grodénchik
Minister Toran Nicolas Worth
Nog Aron Eisenberg
Mullibok Brian Keith

If Wishes Were Horses

Stardate 46853.2: The imaginations of the crew suddenly go out of control and become 'real'. Sisko dreams of baseball while O'Brien finds himself confronted with a fairy tale. Bashir has his own problems when his ideal Dax materialises and wants to devote herself to him.

Rumpelstiltskin Michael John Anderson
Molly O'Brien Hana Hatae
Keiko O'Brien Rosalind Chao
Herman Bokai Keone Young

The Forsaken

Stardate 46925.1: While Bashir baby-sits a trio of visiting ambassadors, Odo finds himself hunted by Lwaxana Troi, eager to try a man with a difference. When they are trapped in a lift together it seems his warts nightmare has come true.

Lwaxana Troi Majel Barrett
Ambassador Tasko Constance Towers
Vulcan Ambassador Jack Shearer
Bajoran Officer Bonara Benita Andre

Dramatis Personae

Stardate 46922.3 to 46924.5: The crew of DS9 find themselves re-enacting the mutinous events of another, long lost, civilisation. As the different sides line up for the final confrontation, Odo, the only one unaffected, must prevent his colleagues from killing one another.

Klingon No.1 Tom Towles

Duet

Stardate 46933.4: A Kobeerian freighter transports a sick Cardassian visitor to DS9. He proclaims himself to be a known war criminal and offers himself to Bajoran revenge, but Kira discovers that not all Cardassians are bad.

Gul Dukat Marc Alaimo
Bajoran Officer Neela Robin Christopher
Minister Kaval Norman Large
Cardassian Morritza Harris Yulin
Bajoran Officer Bonara Benita Andre

In The Hands Of The Prophets

Stardate 46951.7: Keiko O'Brien finds herself at odds with the scheming Vedek Winn and her minority supporters for not instructing her class in Bajoran beliefs. But is it all a bluff, with another aim in mind?

Keiko O'Brien Rosalind Chao
Vedek Winn Louise Fletcher
Vedek Bareil Philip Anglim
Bajoran Officer Neela Robin Christopher

   


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