Star Trek Deep Space Nine

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Deep Space Nine (1993–1999) is set on a space station near the Bajoran homeworld in the Roddenberry Trek Universe. It's notable for being arguably the most controversial of all the shows in the Trek franchise. Racial, religious, and social themes pervade each episode. Created by Rick Berman and Michael Piller, the show explored the darker side of the future, and was the first Trek spin-off produced without direct involvement from Roddenberry.

The Agents of Doux are reviewing the fourth season of DS9 this summer, 2019, like we did with season three. The first two seasons were reviewed by Joseph Santini.

Season One

1.1 Emissary (Parts 1 & 2)
1.2 Past Prologue
1.3 A Man Alone
1.4 Babel
1.5 Captive Pursuit
1.6 Q-Less
1.7 Dax
1.8 The Passenger
1.9 Move Along Home
1.10 The Nagus
1.11 Vortex
1.12 Battle Lines
1.13 The Storyteller
1.14 Progress
1.15 If Wishes Were Horses
1.16 The Forsaken
1.17 Dramatis Personae
1.18 Duet
1.19 In the Hands of the Prophets
Season One in Review

Season Two

2.1 The Homecoming
2.2 The Circle
2.3 The Siege
2.4 Invasive Procedures
2.5 Cardassians
2.6 Melora
2.7 Rules of Acquisition
2.8 Necessary Evil
2.9 Second Sight
2.10 Sanctuary
2.11 Rivals
2.12 The Alternate
2.13 Armageddon Game
2.14 Whispers
2.15 Paradise
2.16 Shadowplay
2.17 Playing God
2.18 Profit and Loss
2.19 Blood Oath
2.20 The Maquis, Part 1
2.21 The Maquis, Part 2
2.22 The Wire
2.23 Crossover
2.24 The Collaborator
2.25 Tribunal
2.26 The Jem'Hadar

Season Three

3.1/3.2 The Search (both parts)
3.3 The House of Quark
3.4 Equilibrium
3.5 Second Skin
3.6 The Abandoned
3.7 Civil Defense
3.8 Meridian
3.9 Defiant
3.10 Fascination
3.11/3.12 Past Tense, Parts 1 and 2
3.13 Life Support
3.14 Heart of Stone
3.15 Destiny
3.16 Prophet Motive
3.17 Visionary
3.18 Distant Voices
3.19 Through the Looking Glass
3.20 Improbable Cause
3.21 The Die is Cast
3.22 Explorers
3.23 Family Business
3.24 Shakaar
3.25 Facets
3.26 The Adversary

Season Four

4.1 The Way of the Warrior (both parts)
4.2 The Visitor -- Joseph, Apr 27
4.3 Hippocratic Oath -- CoramDeo, May 4
4.4 Indiscretion -- Victoria, May 11
4.5 Rejoined -- Fangirl, May 18
4.6 Starship Down -- Joseph, May 25
4.7 Little Green Men -- CoramDeo, Jun 1
4.8 The Sword of Kahless -- Victoria, Jun 8
4.9 Our Man Bashir -- Fangirl, Jun 15
4.10 Homefront -- Joseph, Jun 22
4.11 Paradise Lost -- CoramDeo, Jun 29
4.12 Crossfire -- Victoria, Jul 6
4.13 Return to Grace -- Fangirl, Jul 10
4.14 Sons of Mogh -- Joseph, Jul 13
4.15 Bar Association -- Victoria, Jul 17
4.16 Accession -- Victoria, Jul 20
4.17 Rules of Engagement -- Fangirl, Jul 24
4.18 Hard Time -- Joseph, Jul 27
4.19 Shattered Mirror -- CoramDeo, Jul 31
4.20 The Muse -- CoramDeo, Aug 3
4.21 For the Cause -- Fangirl, Aug 10
4.22 To the Death -- Joseph, Aug 17
4.23 The Quickening -- CoramDeo, Aug 24
4.24 Body Parts -- Victoria, Aug 31
4.25 Broken Link -- Fangirl, Sep 7

Season Five

5.1 Apocalypse Rising
5.2 The Ship
5.3 Looking for par'Mach in All the Wrong Places
5.4 … Nor the Battle to the Strong
5.5 The Assignment
5.6 Trials and Tribble-ations
5.7 Let He Who Is Without Sin…
5.8 Things Past
5.9 The Ascent
5.10 Rapture
5.11 The Darkness and the Light
5.12 The Begotten
5.13 For the Uniform
5.14 In Purgatory's Shadow
5.15 By Inferno's Light
5.16 Doctor Bashir, I Presume?
5.17 A Simple Investigation
5.18 Business as Usual
5.19 Ties of Blood and Water
5.20 Ferengi Love Songs
5.21 Soldiers of the Empire
5.22 Children of Time - reserved for Victoria!
5.23 Blaze of Glory
5.24 Empok Nor
5.25 In the Cards
5.26 Call to Arms

Season Six

6.1 A Time to Stand
6.2 Rocks and Shoals
6.3 Sons and Daughters
6.4 Behind the Lines
6.5 Favor the Bold
6.6 Sacrifice of Angels
6.7 You Are Cordially Invited…
6.8 Resurrection
6.9 Statistical Probabilities
6.10 The Magnificent Ferengi
6.11 Waltz
6.12 Who Mourns for Morn?
6.13 Far Beyond the Stars
6.14 One Little Ship
6.15 Honor Among Thieves
6.16 Change of Heart
6.17 Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night
6.18 Inquisition
6.19 In the Pale Moonlight
6.20 His Way
6.21 The Reckoning
6.22 Valiant
6.23 Profit and Lace
6.24 Time's Orphan
6.25 The Sound of Her Voice
6.26 Tears of the Prophets

Season Seven

7.1 Image in the Sand
7.2 Shadows and Symbols
7.3 Afterimage
7.4 Take Me Out to the Holosuite
7.5 Chrysalis
7.6 Treachery, Faith, and the Great River
7.7 Once More Unto the Breach
7.8 The Siege of AR-558
7.9 Covenant
7.10 It's Only a Paper Moon
7.11 Prodigal Daughter
7.12 The Emperor's New Cloak
7.13 Field of Fire
7.14 Chimera
7.15 Badda-Bing, Badda-Bang
7.16 Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges
7.17 Penumbra
7.18 'Til Death Do Us Part
7.19 Strange Bedfellows
7.20 The Changing Face of Evil
7.21 When It Rains…
7.22 Tacking Into the Wind
7.23 Extreme Measures
7.24 The Dogs of War
7.25 What You Leave Behind

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Cast

Avery Brooks (Captain Sisko)
Rene Auberjonois (Odo)
Cirroc Lofton (Jake Sisko)
Alexander Siddig (Doctor Bashir)
Colm Meaney (Chief O'Brien)
Armin Shimerman (Quark)
Nana Visitor (Major Kira)
Terry Farrell (Lt. Commander Jadzia Dax)
Michael Dorn (Lt. Commander Worf)

The Deep Space Nine station, with the Enterprise.