Star Trek Deep Space Nine

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Star Trek Deep Space Nine

Season 1 (1993)

The complete first season of the popular 'Star Trek' spin-off series. In 'The Emissary, Parts 1 and 2' Commander Benjamin Sisko must face some personal demons before assuming command of the far-flung Federation outpost, Deep Space Nine. In 'Past Prologue' Major Kira's loyalty is put to the test when a Bajoran terrorist arrives on DS9. 'A Man Alone' sees Odo accused of the murder of an old foe, causing anti-shape shifter feeling to spread throughout the station. 'Babel' has an old Bajoran booby-trap infect the crew with a lethal virus. In 'Captive Pursuit' an alien arrives on the station pursued by bloodthirsty soldiers. It transpires that the alien has been bred to be part of a ritual hunt, but O'Brien decides that he will violate the Prime Directive and stop the hunt. 'Q-Less' sees Vash arrive on the station and attempt to sell some archaeological artefacts. 'Dax' finds Dax on trial for a murder which she didn't commit. 'The Passenger' has strange things happen when Dr Bashir brings the corpse of a criminal on board. 'Move Along Home' sees Quark play a gambling game which causes senior officers to disappear. 'The Nagus' has the leader of the Ferengi race visit the station and makes Quark his successor. In 'Vortex' Odo arrests a man who claims to have some information on the past of the security chief. In 'Battlelines' Sisko, Kira, Dax and Kai Opaka travel through the wormhole and crash-land on a penal colony where the inhabitants are constantly involved in a bitter war - a war with no end because no-one can die on this planet. 'The Storyteller' sees O'Brien chosen as the defender of a village on Bajor even though he is not trained in the skills needed. 'Progress' has Major Kira beam down to Bajor to help with a relocation plan. Her simple task is made difficult when she meets an obstinate old farmer who does not want to move. 'If Wishes Were Horses' finds the crew's thoughts taking on a physical form and threatening the safety of the station, as well as seriously embarrassing Doctor Bashir. In 'The Forsaken' Lwaxana Troi visits the station and is rather taken with Odo, becoming trapped in a turbo-lift with him. 'Dramatis Personae' has a Klingon beamed onto the station ranting about the death of his crew before he dies. The DS9 crew start to behave out of character and soon a dramatic power struggle is being played out. 'Duet' sees a Cardassian war criminal arrive on the station, causing the crew to argue over whether he should be brought to justice for his crimes against Bajor. Finally, in 'The Hands of the Prophets', Vedek Winn stirs unrest and anti-human feeling on board the station. Using the pretence of religious differences she manipulates the on-station Bajorans to do her dirty work.

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Star Trek Deep Space Nine

Season 2 (1994)

The complete second season of the popular 'Star Trek' spin-off series. In 'The Homecoming' Kira discovers that a Bajoran war hero, Li Nalas, is being held in a Cardassian labour camp and sets out to rescue him. In the second part, 'The Circle', anti-human feeling erupts again on the station, and Sisko orders an evacuation. Kira, meanwhile has been replaced as liaison officer on DS9 by Li Nalas, but from a Bajoran monastry she keeps her eye on the situation. 'The Siege' sees Sisko and the senior officers stay aboard DS9 as the right wing Bajorans move in and fight them with guerilla tactics. In 'Invasive Procedures' Deep Space Nine is suddenly and unexpectedly caught in a violent storm, leading to the evacuation of non-essential crew. While the station is running on a skeleton crew a band of criminals board the station and remove the Trill from Dax. In 'Cardassians' a young Cardassian orphan becomes the pawn in a political game between Bajor and Cardassia. In 'Melora', Dr Bashir falls in love with a woman from a planet where the gravity is different, and she is confined to a wheel-chair when away from her planet. Bashir sets about a treatment to free her from the chair. In 'Rules of Acquisition' a female Ferengi puts Quark in a difficult situation when she falls in love with him. In 'Necessary Evil' an attack on Quark's life reminds Odo of the first crime he investigated on DS9, and threatens to break the bond that he has built up with Kira. In 'Second Sight', Sisko falls in love with a mysterious woman who turns out to be a telepathic projection. In 'Sanctuary', Kira helps a group of aliens from the Gamma Quadrant, who then lay claim to Bajor, saying it is their traditional homeland. In 'Rivals', Quark feels threatened when a swindler opens a rival business on the Promenade. In 'The Alternate', Odo is offered the chance to discover more about his origins by Doctor Mora Pol. In 'Armageddon Game', O'Brien and Bashir find themselves in danger when they go on a diplomatic mission to rid a nation of a destructive weapon. In 'Whispers', O'Brien is treated with suspicion by both his friends and family when he returns to DS9 after a mission in the Paradas system. In 'Paradise', Sisko and O'Brien are stranded on a planet where there is strict discipline and a rejection of technology. In 'Shadowplay', Odo and Dax discover a planet in the Gamma Quadrant where the inhabitants of a town are beginning to disappear. In 'Playing God', Dax discovers a mini universe that is growing and beginning to displace her own universe. She finds signs of life within it, and is therefore reluctant to destroy it. In 'Profit and Loss', Quark's ex-lover returns to Deep Space Nine but she is now on the run from the Cardassians. In 'Blood Oath', three Klingons (all of whom had been in the original series) search out Curzon Dax who promised to help them in their quest for retribution. Jadzia finds that she cannot turn her back on her former host's friends. In 'The Maquis: Part 1', it becomes apparent that there is terrorist activity in the Cardassian demilitarised zone, so Sisko and Gul Dukat form an uneasy alliance to find out the truth. In the concluding episode of a two-part story, 'The Maquis: Part II', Sisko must go in search of the kidnapped Gul Dukat and face the renegade Starfleet officer, Hudson. In 'The Wire' Cardassian tailor Garak catches a mysterious illness whilst on board Deep Space Nine, and parts of his past life as a secret agent begin to surface. In 'Crossover', Major Kira slips into an alternate reality once visited by Captain Kirk, where mirror images of her colleagues from DS9 are now evil - even herself. In 'The Collaborator', Vedek Bareil is suspected of betraying Bajorans in the war with Cardassia, and Major Kira has to put her personal feelings behind her to investigate the allegations. In 'Tribunal', Chief O'Brien is falsely accused of murder and transported to Cardassia to stand trial. Finally in the last episode of this season, 'The Jem'Hadar', Sisko, Jake and Nog travel to the Gamma Quadrant and encounter the awesome warrior race, the Jem'Hadar, who intend to invade the Alpha Quadrant.

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Star Trek Deep Space Nine

Season 3 (1995)

The entire season three of this spin-off series. In 'The Search: Parts 1 and 2' Sisko returns to Deep Space Nine, having been debriefed about his explosive encounter with the Jem'Hadar. His mission is to journey to the Gamma Quadrant and contact the Dominion's enigmatic leaders, the Founders. As the Jem'Hadar attack vessels on sight, Sisko is equipped with one of Starfleet's most powerful ships - The Defiant (originally constructed to counter the Borg threat). Odo accompanies the command crew to the Gamma Quadrant, compelled to go to the mysterious Omarion Nebula, where he will find out the truth of his past life. In 'The House Of Quark' Quark devises a novel way of enticing customers when a Klingon dies as a result of a drunken brawl in a his bar. Every ounce of his cunning is required to extricate himself from an unexpected situation. In 'Equilibrium' Dax is haunted by a mysterious piece of music. When she suddenly starts to experience hallucinations Dr Bashir decides she should return to her home planet. In 'Second Skin' Kira is astounded at evidence that a decade previously she spent a week in a Cardassian prison. Attempting to uncover the truth, she is kidnapped and wakes up as a Cardassian. Against a mountain of evidence, she tries to cling to her sanity. In 'The Abandoned' Quark gets more than he bargained for when he finds a baby. Responsibility is transferred to Dr Bashir who attempts to discover the child's origins. It soon becomes apparent that the boy is growing into a fearsome Jem'Hadar warrior and the only person who can control it is Odo. In 'Civil Defense' a long forgotten Cardassian booby trap is accidentally activated, incacerating everyone on Deep Space Nine. The crew must overide the programme before the station self-destructs. In 'Meridian' Sisko and his crew discover a planet which will only exist in our universe for a short time before returning to another dimension. Dax finds someone for whom it may be worth sacrificing her Starfleet career. In 'Defiant', Stardate 48434.1, a visiting Riker kidnaps Kira and steals the Defiant in the name of the Maquis. In 'Fascination', Stardate 48441.6, passions run high at a Bajoran Gratitude Festival as the crew of Deep Space Nine and their visitors engage in amorous pursuits. 'Past Tense: Part 1' finds Sisko, Bashir and Dax mistakenly transported to Earth in the early 21st century, where America faces a crisis point in its history. 'Part 2' sees the crew desperately attempting to avoid implication in the unfolding civil disturbances, but Sisko finds himself swept up in events, and in danger of rewriting history. In 'Life Support', Vedek Bareil is critically injured when his transport ship suffers an accident en route to Deep Space Nine. Dr Bashir must keep him alive to accomplish a Cardassian peace treaty. In 'Heart of Stone', Kira and Odo chase a Maquis ship to an unstable moon where the Major is trapped in a crystal which threatens to engulf her. In the rescue attempt, Odo faces his feelings for her... In 'Destiny', a group of Cardassian scientists arrive on the station and Sisko is warned by a Bajoran prophet of doom to distrust them. Should he follow his instincts or be the Barjorans' Emissary? In 'Prophet Motive', the Grand Nagus has rewritten the Rules of Acquisition. Quark realises something is seriously wrong when the first rule reads: 'If they want their money back, give it to them'. In 'Visionary', Chief O'Brien suffers an accident which causes him to repeatedly travel five hours into the future, witnessing a different accident each time. 'Distant Voices' sees Bashir attacked by a telepathic alien. When he regains consciousness, the crew seem to be acting very oddly indeed. In 'Through the Looking Glass', Stardate 48601.1, Sisko is kidnapped by the mirror universe and forced to take the place of his murdered counterpart. In 'Improbable Cause', Stardate 48620.3, Garak survives an assassination attempt and Constable Odo is dragged into a Cardassian plot. In 'The Die is Cast', Stardate 48022.5, the story from 'Improbable Cause' is continued. Garak and Odo find themselves aboard a Romulan Warship in an attack on the Founders. In 'Explorers', Stardate 48699.9, Sisko builds a starship from ancient designs, enrolling Jake as crew and setting out to prove that early Bajoran pioneers could have reached Cardassia. In 'Family Business', stardate 48731.2, Quark must return to his home planet as his mother has committed a heinous crime against Ferengi law. In 'Shakaar', stardate 48764.8, Kira Nerys is called upon by the Kai to mediate in a dispute that soon escalates and threatens to plunge Bajor into civil war. In 'Facets', Stardate 48876.3, the personalities of all of Dax's former hosts project themselves onto the senior staff of DS9, but trouble occurs when Odo and Curzon Dax decide that they do not want to be separated. Finally, in 'The Adversary', Stardate 48959.1, Sisko is promoted to Captain and he and the senior staff are sent on a mission in The Defiant. They soon realise that there is a changeling aboard and it is virtually impossible to locate him, but they must before they inadvertently start an inter-stellar war. This episode sets up some themes to be followed in Season Four.

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Star Trek Deep Space Nine

Season 4 (1996)

The entire fourth season of the 'Star Trek' spin-off series. In 'The Way of the Warrior (Parts 1 and 2)' Captain Sisko calls on Lieutenant Worf to help mediate in the increasingly tense relations between the Klingons and the Federation. 'The Visitor' has an elderly Jake Sisko visited by a young writer who wants to know why Jake stopped writing. He recounts the poignant story of how his father had been feared dead but was actually found to be trapped in sub-space and how, over the years, Jake tried in vain to rescue him from the limbo state. 'Hippocratic Oath' sees Dr Bashir and Chief O'Brien crash land on an uninhabited planet in the Gamma Quadrant and discover a dying platoon of Jem 'Hadar warriors. 'Indiscretion' finds Major Kira and Gul Dukat travelling together to a distant planet where they must investigate a crash site. In 'Rejoined' Dax is confronted with a personal crisis as the wife of one of her former hosts arrives on the station in another host's body, rekindling lost passions that go against everything in Trill society. 'Little Green Men' has Quark crash land on Earth in 1947 in the town of Roswell. 'Starship Down' sees Sisko and his team come under a vicious attack from Jem'Hadar warriors. Kira struggles to save her Captain's life while an unlikely hero has to diffuse a missile. 'The Sword of Kahless' finds veteran Klingon warrior Kor joined by Worf and Dax in a quest for an artefact that would reunite the Klingon Empire. 'Our Man Bashir' has Doctor Bashir and Garak try out a new James Bond style holosuite program. 'Homefront' sees the wormhole begin to open and shut inexplicably. 'Paradise Lost' finds Earth on the edge of martial law as random blood tests are ordered to eliminate the Changeling threat. In 'Crossfire' Shakaar visits the station and causes a security headache for Odo and Worf as a militant Cardassian terrorist group have threatened to assassinate him. 'Return to Grace' has Gul Dukat encounter his old enemy Major Kira when he begins work as a freighter captain. 'Sons of Mogh' sees Worf's brother Kurn decide to commit suicide in order to avoid Klingon dishonour. 'Bar Association' finds Quark's brother Rom driven over the edge by his brother's insensitivity. Rom is determined to break with all Ferengi law and form a trade union, which brings the Ferengi Commerce Authority down on him who will stop at nothing to destroy the union. In 'Accession' an ancient Bajoran light-ship emerges from the wormhole carrying a passenger who believes that he must be the Emissary. 'Rules of Engagement' has Commander Worf face extradition to the Klingon Empire after destroying a civilian Klingon vessel, killing all on board. 'Hard Times' sees Chief O'Brien sentenced to twenty years imprisonment when he breaks an alien law. The punishment is administered by memory implants over a few hours, but the effects last much longer. 'Shattered Mirror' finds Jake lured into the mirror universe to help the Terrans who now have power over the evil alliance. 'The Muse' has Lwaxana Troi seek refuge from her husband on DS9, while Jake comes up with his best piece of writing thanks to the alien Onaya. 'For the Cause' sees the Federation decide to help the stricken Cardassians as they attempt to recover from the Klingon onslaught. 'To the Death' finds Sisko leading the Defiant into the Gamma Quadrant after rogue Jem'Hadar warriors attack the station. He soon finds that he needs to team up with another group of the fearsome warriors to save the galaxy. 'The Quickening' has Dax and Doctor Bashir discover a planet where the entire population are fated with premature deaths. The idealistic doctor decides he must find a cure, and is surprised when his efforts meet with resistance. 'Body Parts' sees Quark puts his remains up for sale when he discovers that he is dying. Meanwhile, Keiko is involved in an accident and has to have her unborn child beamed into Major Kira's body. Finally, in 'Broken Link', Odo finds himself suffering from a strange illness, forcing him to return to his home planet to seek a cure. Sisko is aware that it may be a trap set by the Founders to lure Odo home to face charges.

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Star Trek Deep Space Nine

Season 5 (1997)

The entire fifth season of this spin-off series. In 'Apocalypse Rising', stardate 50013.9, Sisko and an away team alter themselves surgically to look like Klingons and try to plot an assassination of a founder masquerading as a high-ranking Klingon. In 'The Ship', stardate 50049.3, a salvage mission goes awry when Sisko and his away team become involved in a game of cat and mouse with a Jem'Hadar ship. In 'Looking for Par'mach in All the Wrong Places', stardate 50061.2, Quark's Klingon ex-wife turns up at the station for his help in her finances. He soon finds himself falling for her again, as does Worf who nevertheless helps Quark to woo her. In 'Nor the Battle to the Strong', stardate 50098.7, Bashir and Jake come across a Starfleet colony in the midst of war with the Klingons. Jake soon finds that the reality of war is far from exciting and that there is a fine line between cowardice and bravery. In 'The Assignment', stardate 50124.3, Keiko returns from Bajor seemingly possessed by a non-corporeal alien.The alien then threatens to kill Keiko if Chief O'Brien fails to sabotage the station. In 'Trials and Tribble-ations', stardate 4523.7, Sisko, Dax, Odo, Worf, Bashir and O'Brien find themselves thrown back in time to a point where Kirk and the original Enterprise crew are having a little trouble with some Klingons and a lot of furry little squeaks. This show is Deep Space Nine's contribution to the 30th Anniversary celebrations, and features similar special effects as were used in 'Forrest Gump' to put the space station crew in the same scenes as the original cast. In 'Let He Who is Without Sin', stardate 50136.7, Worf and Dax plan a trip to Risa for a vacation, but are joined by Bashir, Leeta and Quark. To make matters worse for Worf, whose temper is at breaking point, he becomes involved with a group who are planning to destroy Risa. In 'Things Past', stardate 50144.5, Sisko, Dax, Odo and Garak are plunged into a mysterious coma in which they believe they are Bajoran slaves during the occupation. In 'The Ascent', stardate 50245.2, Odo and Quark become stranded on an inhospitable planet. Unfortunately, they are out of contact with the station and must climb an impossible peak to get a signal through. In 'Rapture', stardate 50378.9, Captain Sisko becomes obsessed with unravelling the mysteries behind some ancient Bajoran heiroglyphics. In his investigations he suffers some effects on his brain that may prove to be fatal. In 'The Ascent', stardate 50245.2, Odo and Quark become stranded on an inhospitable planet. Unfortunately, they are out of contact with the station and must climb an impossible peak to get a signal through. In 'Rapture', stardate 50378.9, Captain Sisko becomes obsessed with unravelling the mysteries behind some ancient Bajoran heiroglyphics. In his investigations he suffers some effects on his brain that may prove to be fatal. In 'The Darkness and the Light', stardate 50416.2, Major Kira believes that she is in line to be murdered by a serial killer who is preying on former members of her old resistance cell. At the same time, she is only a matter of weeks away from giving birth to the O'Briens' baby. In 'The Begotten', stardate 50430.1, Quark sells Odo a baby Changeling and Odo is determined to help it grow and develop. The arrival on the station of Doctor Mora Pol, the Bajoran who raised Odo, makes the atmosphere a little tense. Meanwhile, the final preparations are made for the birth of the new O'Brien. In 'For the Uniform', stardate 50485.2, Captain Sisko closes in on the Starfleet Officer turned Maquis rebel, Eddington. Frustrated by the protocols of Starfleet, Sisko may have to bend the rules to catch his nemesis. In 'In Purgatory's Shadow', stardate 50560.1, an SOS message from the Gamma Quadrant leads Garak and Worf on a reconnaissance mission in Dominion space. At the same time, Alpha Quadrant politics are thrown into turmoil and the station faces a nerve-wracking future, with a Changeling threat and the possibility of an attack by the massed fleets of the Jem'Hadar. In 'By Inferno's Light', the concluding part of the two part story, the crew of DS9 watch helplessly as their plan to stop the invading Jem'Hadar ships by collapsing the wormhole is thwarted. Meanwhile Worf, Bashir and Garak search for a way to escape the Dominion prison camp in the Gamma Quadrant. In 'Doctor Bashir, I Presume', stardate 50590.1, Doctor Lewis Zimmerman (the inventor of the Emergency Holographic Doctor in 'Star Trek Voyager') visits the station intending to use Doctor Bashir as a basis for a new model of his invention. When Bashir's parents arrive, Zimmerman's digging reveals certain revelations that would jeopardise Bashir's Starfleet career. In 'A Simple Investigation', stardate 50626.6, a routine investigation for Odo escalates into a larger conspiracy theory, and a new-found friend of the security chief's finds her life in danger. In 'Business as Usual', stardate 50675.5, Quark worries that he may lose his bar until his arms-dealing cousin offers him a way out. However, this means losing his friends and sacrificing his conscience. In 'Ties of Blood and Wine', stardate 50689.7, Kira receives a visitor aboard the station - the leader of the old Cardassian resistance group. Her happiness is shattered when she discovers that not only is he suffering from an incurable disease, he is also not the heroic figure that she always believed him to be. In 'Ferengi Love Songs', stardate 50701.2, Quark leaves the station and travels to his homeworld when his bar is shut down. Seeking solace from his mother, he discovers that she is more interested in the Grand Nagus. In 'Soldiers of the Empire', Worf is asked to become First Officer on a Klingon Bird of Prey. When he arrives he finds the crew dispirited and treasonous and realises that the only way to restore order is to kill the captain - one General Martok. In 'Children of Time', the crew of the Defiant discover a planet inhabited by their direct descendants. It seems that an old temporal accident has caused the incident, and the crew have to decide whether to mend the temporal rift and wipe out their descendants or relive the accident, leaving themselves stranded 200 years in the past. There must be some other way, captain. In 'Blaze of Glory', Sisko has to ally himself with his old nemesis Michael Eddington to stop a Maquis plan from starting all out war with the Dominion and the Cardassians. The problem is that Eddington is more intent on taking revenge on the man who put him behind bars. In 'Empok Nor', O'Brien, Garak, Cadet Nog and a team of three engineers travel to DS9's abandoned sister station to salvage parts. Their arrival reactivates a Cardassian hit squad who have had a xenophobic hatred instilled in them. One by one the Starfleet crew are eliminated as a deadly game of cat and mouse begins. In 'In the Cards', the Dominion attempt to sign a treaty with Bajor that will upset the power balance in the Alpha Quadrant. Meanwhile Jake and Nog become involved with an unscrupulous scientist. In the cliff-hanging season finale, 'Call to Arms', Sisko decides to mine the entrance to the wormhole to stem the build-up of Jem'Hadar troops in Cardassian space. He knows that this will lead to a conflict, and soon the station is under attack from a huge military force, with no-one sure as to whether Starfleet has any tricks up its sleeves.

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Star Trek Deep Space Nine

Season 6 (2000)

Every episode from all 7 seasons of the popular 'Star Trek' spin-off series. Episodes are: 'Emissary (Part I)', 'Emissary (Part 2)', 'Past Prologue', 'A Man Alone', 'Babel', 'Captive Pursuit', 'Q-Less', 'Dax', 'The Passenger', 'Move Along Home', 'The Nagus', 'Vortex', 'Battle Lines', 'The Storyteller', 'Progress', 'If Wishes Were Horses', 'The Forsaken', 'Dramatis Personae', 'Duet', 'In the Hands of the Prophets', 'The Homecoming', 'The Circle', 'The Siege', 'Invasive Procedures', 'Cardassians', 'Melora', 'Rules of Acquisition', 'Necessary Evil', 'Second Sight', 'Sanctuary', 'Rivals', 'The Alternate', 'Armageddon Game', 'Whispers', 'Paradise', 'Shadowplay', 'Playing God', 'Profit and Loss', 'Blood Oath', 'The Marquis (Part 1)', 'The Marquis (Part 2)', 'The Wire', 'The Crossover', 'The Collaborator', 'Tribunal', 'The Jem Hadar', 'The Search (Part 1)', 'The Search (Part 2)', 'The House Of Quark', 'Equilibrium', 'Second Skin', 'The Abandoned', 'Civil Defence', 'Meridian', 'The Defiant', 'Fascination', 'Past Tense (Part 1)', 'Past Tense (Part 2)', 'Life Support', 'Heart of Stone', 'Destiny', 'Prophet Motive', 'Visionary', 'Distant Voices', 'Through the Looking Glass', 'Improbable Cause', 'The Die is Cast', 'Explorers', 'Family Business', 'Shakaar', 'The Way of the Warrior (Part 1)', 'The Way of the Warrior (Part 2)', 'The Visitor', 'Hippocratic Oath', 'Indiscretion', 'Rejoined', 'Starship Down', 'Little Green Men', 'The Sword of Kahless', 'Our Man Bashir', 'Homefront', 'Paradise Lost', 'Crossfire', 'Return to Grace', 'Sons of Mogh', 'Bar Association', 'Accession', 'Rulers of Engagement', 'Hard Time', 'Shattered Mirror', 'The Muse', 'For the Cause', 'To the Death', 'The Quickening', 'Body Parts', 'Broken Link', 'Apocalypse Rising', 'The Ship', 'Looking for Par Mach in all the Wrong Places', '...Nor the Battle to the Strong', 'The Assignment', 'Trials and Tribble-ations', 'Let He Who is Without Sin...', 'Things Past', 'The Ascent', 'Rapture', 'The Darkness and the Light', 'The Begotten', 'For the Uniform', 'In Purgatory's Shadow', 'By Inferno's Light', 'Doctor Bashir I Presume?', 'A Simple Investigation', 'Business as Usual', 'Ties of Blood and Water', 'Ferengi Love Songs', 'Soldiers of the Empire', 'Children of Time', 'Blaze of Glory', 'Empok Nor', 'In the Cards', 'A Call to Arms', 'A Time to Stand', 'Rocks and Shoals', 'Sons and Daughters', 'Behind the Lines', 'Favour the Bold', 'Sacrifice of Angels', 'You Are Cordially Invited...', 'Resurrection', 'Statistical Probabilities', 'The Magnificent Ferengi', 'Waltz', 'Who Mourns For Morn?', 'Far Beyond the Stars', 'One Little Ship', 'Honour Among Thieves', 'Change of Heart', 'Wrongs Darker than Death or Night', 'Inquisition', 'In the Pale Moonlight', 'His Way', 'The Reckoning', 'Valiant', 'Profit and Lace', 'Time's Orphan', 'The Sound of Her Voice', 'Tears of the Prophets', 'Image in the Sand', 'Shadows and Symbols', 'Afterimage', 'Take Me Out to the Holo-Suite', 'Chrysalis', 'Treachery, Faith and the Great River', 'Once More Unto the Breach', 'The Siege of AR-558', 'Covenant', 'It's Only a Paper Moon', 'Prodigal Daughter', 'The Emperor's New Cloak', 'Field of Fire', 'Chimera', 'Badda-Bing Badda-Bang', 'Inter Arma Enim', 'Silent Lieges', 'Penumbra', 'Til Death Do Us Part', 'Strange Bedfellows', 'The Changing Face of Evil', 'When it Rains...', 'Tacking Into the Wind', 'Extreme Measures', 'The Dogs of War', 'What You Leave Behind (Part 1)' and 'What You Leave Behind (Part 2)'.

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Star Trek Deep Space Nine

Season 7 (2000)

Every episode from all 7 seasons of the popular 'Star Trek' spin-off series. Episodes are: 'Emissary (Part I)', 'Emissary (Part 2)', 'Past Prologue', 'A Man Alone', 'Babel', 'Captive Pursuit', 'Q-Less', 'Dax', 'The Passenger', 'Move Along Home', 'The Nagus', 'Vortex', 'Battle Lines', 'The Storyteller', 'Progress', 'If Wishes Were Horses', 'The Forsaken', 'Dramatis Personae', 'Duet', 'In the Hands of the Prophets', 'The Homecoming', 'The Circle', 'The Siege', 'Invasive Procedures', 'Cardassians', 'Melora', 'Rules of Acquisition', 'Necessary Evil', 'Second Sight', 'Sanctuary', 'Rivals', 'The Alternate', 'Armageddon Game', 'Whispers', 'Paradise', 'Shadowplay', 'Playing God', 'Profit and Loss', 'Blood Oath', 'The Marquis (Part 1)', 'The Marquis (Part 2)', 'The Wire', 'The Crossover', 'The Collaborator', 'Tribunal', 'The Jem Hadar', 'The Search (Part 1)', 'The Search (Part 2)', 'The House Of Quark', 'Equilibrium', 'Second Skin', 'The Abandoned', 'Civil Defence', 'Meridian', 'The Defiant', 'Fascination', 'Past Tense (Part 1)', 'Past Tense (Part 2)', 'Life Support', 'Heart of Stone', 'Destiny', 'Prophet Motive', 'Visionary', 'Distant Voices', 'Through the Looking Glass', 'Improbable Cause', 'The Die is Cast', 'Explorers', 'Family Business', 'Shakaar', 'The Way of the Warrior (Part 1)', 'The Way of the Warrior (Part 2)', 'The Visitor', 'Hippocratic Oath', 'Indiscretion', 'Rejoined', 'Starship Down', 'Little Green Men', 'The Sword of Kahless', 'Our Man Bashir', 'Homefront', 'Paradise Lost', 'Crossfire', 'Return to Grace', 'Sons of Mogh', 'Bar Association', 'Accession', 'Rulers of Engagement', 'Hard Time', 'Shattered Mirror', 'The Muse', 'For the Cause', 'To the Death', 'The Quickening', 'Body Parts', 'Broken Link', 'Apocalypse Rising', 'The Ship', 'Looking for Par Mach in all the Wrong Places', '...Nor the Battle to the Strong', 'The Assignment', 'Trials and Tribble-ations', 'Let He Who is Without Sin...', 'Things Past', 'The Ascent', 'Rapture', 'The Darkness and the Light', 'The Begotten', 'For the Uniform', 'In Purgatory's Shadow', 'By Inferno's Light', 'Doctor Bashir I Presume?', 'A Simple Investigation', 'Business as Usual', 'Ties of Blood and Water', 'Ferengi Love Songs', 'Soldiers of the Empire', 'Children of Time', 'Blaze of Glory', 'Empok Nor', 'In the Cards', 'A Call to Arms', 'A Time to Stand', 'Rocks and Shoals', 'Sons and Daughters', 'Behind the Lines', 'Favour the Bold', 'Sacrifice of Angels', 'You Are Cordially Invited...', 'Resurrection', 'Statistical Probabilities', 'The Magnificent Ferengi', 'Waltz', 'Who Mourns For Morn?', 'Far Beyond the Stars', 'One Little Ship', 'Honour Among Thieves', 'Change of Heart', 'Wrongs Darker than Death or Night', 'Inquisition', 'In the Pale Moonlight', 'His Way', 'The Reckoning', 'Valiant', 'Profit and Lace', 'Time's Orphan', 'The Sound of Her Voice', 'Tears of the Prophets', 'Image in the Sand', 'Shadows and Symbols', 'Afterimage', 'Take Me Out to the Holo-Suite', 'Chrysalis', 'Treachery, Faith and the Great River', 'Once More Unto the Breach', 'The Siege of AR-558', 'Covenant', 'It's Only a Paper Moon', 'Prodigal Daughter', 'The Emperor's New Cloak', 'Field of Fire', 'Chimera', 'Badda-Bing Badda-Bang', 'Inter Arma Enim', 'Silent Lieges', 'Penumbra', 'Til Death Do Us Part', 'Strange Bedfellows', 'The Changing Face of Evil', 'When it Rains...', 'Tacking Into the Wind', 'Extreme Measures', 'The Dogs of War', 'What You Leave Behind (Part 1)' and 'What You Leave Behind (Part 2)'.

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Richard KileyJames CromwellWalter KoenigBarbara BossonJoel BrooksMary CrosbyJames SloyanRobert FoxworthBernie CaseyJohn GloverKenneth MarsLeonard NimoyMarc AlaimoAndrew RobinsonBrian KeithWilliam ShatnerDuncan RegehrMichael AnsaraJohn ColicosLawrence TierneyTerry FarrellGerrit GrahamWilliam SchallertBrock PetersRene AuberjonoisFrank MilitaryLeigh McCloskeyJeffrey CombsPatrick KilpatrickWilliam SadlerStanley AdamsSalome JensSteven BerkoffPatrick StewartChris SarandonWallace ShawnLawrence PressmanRichard BeymerFrank LangellaMeg FosterPhilip AnglimPaul DooleyTony ToddRobert PicardoLouise FletcherDaphne AshbrookCasey BiggsMegan GallagherLeigh Taylor-YoungJim MetzlerRichard LibertiniDarleen CarrPenny JohnsonGwynyth WalshRosalind ChaoRoy BrocksmithNeil VipondGail StricklandVidal PetersonTodd WaringNichelle NicholsTim RansomAndrea MartinAron EisenbergDeborah MayJohn De LancieJennifer HetrickTracy ScogginsChase MastersonBumper RobinsonMichael DornMolly HagenRaymond CruzSalli RichardsonTiny RonMaureen FlanniganMax GrodenchikColm MeaneyGeoffrey BlakeArt ChudabalaJonathan FrakesMichael KeenanTerrence EvansHilary ShepardJohn ParagonScott MacDonaldNicole De BoerDeForest KelleyRobert O'ReillyJames DarrenNorman ParkerBlake LindsleyJames DoohanTim RussJulia NicksonAlexander SiddigAvery BrooksKevin RahmArmin ShimermanFaith C. SalieMajel BarrettRichard PoeNana VisitorJ.G. HertzlerMartha HackettPenny Johnson JeraldCliff DeYoungKenneth MarshallWilliam O. CampbellBarbara MarchSiddig El FadilCaitlin BrownCamille SaviollaCirroc LoftonMary Kay AdamsJadzia DaxTerry FarrelMarty RackhamJason Leland AdamsNancy YoungblutMikael SalazarGarman HertzlerClayton LandeyAndrew J. RobinsonAnnette HeldeKatherine MoffatJG HertzlerFelecia M BellCecily Adams