With war looming, Dax and O’Brien mine the entrance to the wormhole, Sisko and Kira sabotage the station, Worf joins Martok’s fleet, and Rom and Leeta get married.
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Jake wants to buy a rare baseball card to cheer up his father, but has to lie, cheat, manipulate people, and risk an interstellar incident in order to get it.
When O’Brien, Garak, Nog and a salvage team are stranded on a Cardassian station, Garak begins to act like a different person.
When the Maquis claim to have launched cloaked missiles at Cardassia, Sisko tries to avert a war by recruiting Eddington to deactivate the weapons en route.
When the Defiant lands on a planet populated by the descendants of its crew, the officers must choose between their lives on the station and the survival of the community.
On a mission to help Martok in the Klingon struggle with the Cardassian-Dominion Alliance, Worf realizes that his friend is no longer fit to command his ship.
Quark discovers that his mother is in love with the Grand Nagus and plots to sacrifice her happiness in order to regain his status in Ferengi society.
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.
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.