The Cardassian who once thought Kira was his daughter comes to the station to impart information to her, but caring for him reminds Kira painfully of her own father.
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Joseph Ruskin, a character actor with half-a-dozen appearances in Star Trek episodes, has passed away.
The actor, aged eighty-nine, died of natural causes.
Quark takes a job selling weapons for an arms dealer, but when he realizes that the man is supporting a holocaust, his conscience begins to bother him.
Odo falls for a woman connected to a crime ring who has been threatened with murder.
When Bashir is selected as the model for Starfleet’s newest medical hologram, his parents’ participation leads to the discovery of his deepest secret.
Led by Gul Dukat, Cardassia joins the Dominion and immediately threatens Bajor and Deep Space Nine.
While Worf and Garak are held prisoner in the Gamma Quadrant, Sisko learns of an impending Dominion invasion.
Sisko pursues a vendetta against Eddington, who fancies himself Jean Valjean to Sisko’s Javert.
While Kira gives birth to the O’Briens’ baby, Odo tries to raise an infant Changeling.
An assassin is killing off the members of Kira’s Bajoran Resistance cell, including some of her oldest friends.
Sisko sees visions of a Bajoran archaeological mystery which may hold the key to Bajor’s future as well as its past, but the experience threatens to kill him.
Three new Star Trek posters from Bye Bye, Robot have been announced.
Two of the posters feature Deep Space Nine artwork, and one features a scene from the original series.
Odo and Quark are stranded on a cold, desolate planet and must work together to carry a transmitter to a mountain summit.
Sisko, Odo, Dax, and Garak find themselves on Terok Nor, mysteriously placed in the roles of a group of Bajorans condemned to execution years earlier.