The crew is shocked when Commander Riker disappears into Cardassian territory, taking the Defiant and Major Kira with him.
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On a planet that phases into a different dimension for the better part of each century, Dax falls in love with a man she can only stay with for a week – unless she chooses to stay for a lifetime.
When an automated Cardassian self-defense program is activated, not even Gul Dukat can save Deep Space Nine.
When a genetically engineered young boy is brought aboard the station, Odo tries to help him overcome his biological instinct to kill.
Kira is kidnapped, surgically altered to appear Cardassian, and told that she has been an Obsidian Order operative disguised as a Bajoran.
A secret from the Dax symbiont’s past threatens Jadzia’s life, necessitating her return to Trill.
Quark is accused of killing a Klingon and claims that it’s true to bolster his reputation…until the dead man’s widow comes looking for him.
Sisko takes his crew on the Defiant to make peace with the leaders of the Dominion in the Gamma Quadrant, where Odo discovers his own origins.
During a field trip in the Gamma Quadrant with Jake and Nog, Sisko and Quark are taken prisoner by soldiers of the Dominion.
Miles O’Brien is arrested, tortured, and tried by a Cardassian court for a crime he knows nothing about.
Kira learns from Winn that her lover Bareil may have been responsible for betraying a group of Bajoran rebels to their Cardassian murderers.
Robert O’Reilly, best-known to Star Trek fans as the Klingon Chancellor Gowron, explains the Klingon character from how Gowron was conceived by O’Reilly to how Gowron developed.
When O’Reilly first took on the role of Gowron, he had just finished Shakespeare‘s King Lear and Gowron’s character was based on one of the characters from the play, Edmund, a cunning and opportunistic man.
Kira and Bashir accidentally enter the alternate universe visited by Kirk’s crew, where Terrans are slaves and Kira’s double is a tyrant.
By unraveling some of the secrets of the Cardassian’s past, Bashir fights to save Garak from an experimental brain implant that is slowly killing him.