Damar, Garak, and Kira infiltrate Cardassia, Zek names the new Grand Nagus, Sisko tells Odo that the Federation won’t cure the Founders, Dax and Bashir fall in love, and Yates discovers she’s pregnant.
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Armin Shimerman took away some lessons from playing the profit-loving Ferengi Quark on Deep Space Nine.
Quark taught Shimerman some “a great deal” of “people qualities.”
To find a cure for Odo’s disease, Bashir and O’Brien plan to use an illegal device to enter the mind of Section 31’s Sloan.
Kira helps Damar steal a Jem’Hadar ship, Worf confronts Gowron about Martok, and O’Brien persuades Bashir to lure Section 31 to the station.
Gowron takes command of the Klingon forces, Dukat is blinded, Kira trains Cardassian rebels, and Bashir discovers the cause of the Founders’ disease.
Damar calls upon Cardassia to change sides, and Winn finds out who’s been sleeping in her bed.
While Damar threatens Worf and Ezri with execution, Winn discovers that she has been led astray.
Ezri and Worf are tortured by the Breen, Dukat woos Winn, and Sisko tells Yates that the Prophets have told him he must give her up.
While Sisko makes plans to create a home with Yates, Dax learns that Worf is missing and steals a runabout to search for him.
Section 31 sends Bashir to spy on a Tal’Shiar leader and determine whether a degenerative condition could be used as a cover for his murder.
When a programming glitch puts mobsters in charge of Vic’s holographic casino, crewmembers enact a scenario to save him.
The discovery of another isolated changeling leads Odo to reconsider his devotion to Deep Space Nine and his bond with Kira.
In order to solve a series of murders on the station, Ezri contacts Dax’s former host Joran – himself a murderer.
After receiving a message that the Nagus has been taken prisoner in the mirror universe, Quark and Rom cross over on a rescue mission.