After receiving a message that the Nagus has been taken prisoner in the mirror universe, Quark and Rom cross over on a rescue mission.
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When O’Brien disappears, Ezri reluctantly returns home for the first time since receiving the Dax symbiont in order to enlist her mother’s help in finding him.
After losing his leg in the siege of AR-558, Nog prefers life on the holodeck to facing his fellow officers and friends.
Dukat becomes the leader of the Pah-Wraith cult and has Kira abducted to Empok Nor in an effort to convert her.
Sisko and several crewmembers choose to remain on an embattled outpost during a grisly battle with the Dominion.
Worf helps Kor get a posting to Martok’s ship so that the aging Klingon can die a warrior’s death.
Odo tries to rescue a clone of Weyoun who wishes to defect while Nog tries to help O’Brien repair the Defiant.
When Bashir uses an innovative technique to treat the genetically altered and damaged Sarina, he falls in love with his patient.
When a condescending Vulcan captain arrives at the station with a list of complaints, Sisko and crew decide to fight him on the baseball field.
Dax and Garak both attempt to come to terms with their conflicted roles and relationships.
Deep Space Nine fans know Max Grodenchik as the loveable Rom, but the actor first tried out for the part of Quark.
Grodenchik was told of the audition by his makeup supervisor, Mike Westmore, while the actor was working on The Next Generation‘s The Perfect Mate.
While Sisko tries to learn what the Prophets expect from him, Kira refuses to cooperate with the Romulans and Worf fights for Jadzia’s afterlife.
As Kira struggles to run Deep Space Nine with Romulans and without the wormhole, Sisko receives a vision from the Prophets of a mysterious woman.
A decision by Sisko to ignore the Prophets leads to the collapse of the wormhole and the death of a crewmember.