While Dax is evaluating a Trill seeking to be joined, she discovers an embryonic universe developing and threatening the station.
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Odo and Dax visit a planet whose inhabitants are mysteriously disappearing. Meanwhile, Quark tries to hide a criminal scheme from Kira.
Sisko and O’Brien crash on a planet settled by humans who have rejected technology, led by a charismatic woman who will tolerate no dissent.
When O’Brien returns from an away mission, he finds that the entire crew is treating him strangely, including his wife and daughter.
O’Brien and Bashir help two warring races dismantle deadly weapons, only to be targeted for death because of their expertise.
Dr. Mora, the Bajoran scientist who first recognized Odo’s sentience, comes to the station to track the shapeshifter’s origins.
A sexy grifter arrives on Deep Space Nine and opens a bar to rival Quark’s, but his games wreak havoc on the station.
A matriarchal race fleeing persecution in the Gamma Quadrant claims Bajor as its legendary homeland and requests permission to settle there.
Sisko begins to fall in love with a mysterious woman, then discovers that she has a connection to a visiting scientist.
When Quark is attacked, Odo must reopen a murder case, begun when the station was under Cardassian control, for which Kira was a prime suspect.
Negotiating a deal for the Grand Nagus, Quark seeks the advice of Pel, who complicates matters by making a pass at him.
A scientist from a planet with very light gravity arrives on the station with her natural metabolism acting as a severe handicap.
A Cardassian boy who was adopted by Bajorans seeks help when his biological father learns of his existence from Dukat and seeks custody.
A Trill rejected as a candidate for joining takes the crew hostage and has the Dax symbiont implanted in himself, leaving Jadzia to die.