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The stable wormhole discovered by the Deep Space Nine crew is known to the Bajoran people as the Celestial Temple of their Prophets. Sisko, as discoverer of the wormhole and its inhabitants, is therefore the Emissary of Bajoran prophesy. The wormhole's other end is in the Gamma Quadrant, halfway around the galaxy from Bajor. That section of space is dominated by the malevolent Dominion. The Dominion is led by the Changelings, the race of shapeshifters to which Odo belongs. As of the beginning of the sixth season, Cardassia has joined the Dominion, and together they are waging war on the Federation and their Klingon allies. The war is quickly becoming the most costly war ever for the Federation, and the Deep Space Nine crew must fight to protect their way of life.
In the vicinity of the liberated planet of Bajor, the Federation space station Deep Space Nine guards the opening of a stable wormhole to the far side of the galaxy.
I've held back on reviewing this series, because I felt it was unnecessary. But now I think differently.<br/><br/>One of the best features of this Trek is the spiritual content: Cisco is the Emissary… A spiritual guide for the people of Bajor. There are many sub-themes woven into this series, and quite a few laughs (largely provided by the Ferengi barkeep and "goings' on" involving the albeit materialistic home planet and its denizens on Ferenginar). And then there is my favorite Klingon, Worf! (Even if he insists on singing Klingon opera!) …And Vic's: AI with humor, perception, intuition, and maybe something like soul (???).<br/><br/>The overall story arc brings us to a startling and unexpected consummation that is too rare in the Science Fiction genre: Love, not just fancy technology, conquers all! Questing, jesting, seeking and finding… <br/><br/>Loved this series – especially its mystical content. Capt. Cisco, though somewhat wooden, is masterful, caring, highly competent to handle the crises that arise. Supporting characters add deep notes of caring, loyalty, dedication and sparks. And there are cool space battles! <br/><br/>One more thing: the characters are treated with respect at the conclusion of the series – not thrown into the trashcan or ash pit as happens in too many series' endings – a "feel good" way to end something, not a bash over the head or ripped out heart. Thank you! to those who made Deep Space possible, and those who fleshed it out!
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is by far the best Star Trek spin off and my favourite. I has a darker tone which I like. It also has a lot of great episodes and performances throughout the series. I thought that the final episode 'What you leave behind' was one the best episodes of the series. It was an emotional episode as well as an action packed one. The way they ended it leaves room for either leaving well alone or doing a DS9 movie as Sisko had to stay with the prophets in the end but indicated that he would return. There was talk a while back about an idea of bringing characters from all the incarnations in to one epic movie but I don't think thats happening now. That would have been incredible.
reminisce about events that took place between O'Brien and WILL Riker on board the Enterprise, as TOM Riker would have no knowledge of such events and would possibly be exposed. Giving the Chief the cold shoulder allowed Tom to go about his business without O'Brien uncovering who he really was. Unfortunately, they aren't. This applies to the DVD releases. Due to Britain's strict policy some episodes had to be cut in order to avoid a higher rating. Because of cost-efficiency, these masters were used for nearly all European DVD releases as well. <a href="/title/tt0708653/">To the Death (1996)</a> and <a href="/title/tt0708604/">Sons and Daughters (1997)</a> are affected. One can find a detailed comparison for 4.23 here and for 6.03 there. It takes place from the years 2369-2375 A.D. Yes; however, these earlier episodes will help to understand what's happening in DS9.<br/><br/>Worf's backstory and rivalry with Duras: <a href="/title/tt0708775/">Sins of the Father (1990)</a>, <a href="/title/tt0708766/">Reunion (1990)</a>, <a href="/title/tt0708808/">The Mind's Eye (1991)</a>, <a href="/title/tt0708762/">Redemption (1991)</a> and <a href="/title/tt0170501/">Redemption II (1991)</a>.<br/><br/>Tribbles: <a href="/title/tt0708480/">The Trouble with Tribbles (1967)</a><br/><br/>Koloth: <a href="/title/tt0708480/">The Trouble with Tribbles (1967)</a>, Kor: <a href="/title/tt0708429/">Errand of Mercy (1967)</a> and Kang: <a href="/title/tt0708427/">Day of the Dove (1968)</a> (Dax's Klingon friends)<br/><br/>Tom Riker: <a href="/title/tt0708771/">Second Chances (1993)</a><br/><br/>Mirror universe: <a href="/title/tt0708438/">Mirror, Mirror (1967)</a><br/><br/>Battle of Wolf-359 and Jennifer Sisko's death: <a href="/title/tt0708785/">The Best of Both Worlds (1990)</a> and <a href="/title/tt0708786/">The Best of Both Worlds: Part II (1990)</a><br/><br/>Cardassians: <a href="/title/tt0708825/">The Wounded (1991)</a>, <a href="/title/tt0708686/">Chain of Command: Part I (1992)</a>, <a href="/title/tt0708687/">Chain of Command: Part II (1992)</a>, <a href="/title/tt0708789/">The Chase (1993)</a>, <a href="/title/tt0708752/">Parallels (1993)</a>, <a href="/title/tt0708745/">Lower Decks (1994)</a>, <a href="/title/tt0708738/">Journey's End (1994)</a>, <a href="/title/tt0708757/">Preemptive Strike (1994)</a><br/><br/>Bajorans: <a href="/title/tt0708708/">Ensign Ro (1991)</a>, <a href="/title/tt0708703/">Disaster (1991)</a>, <a href="/title/tt0708812/">The Next Phase (1992)</a>, <a href="/title/tt0708757/">Preemptive Strike (1994)</a><br/><br/>Ferengi: <a href="/title/tt0708804/">The Last Outpost (1987)</a>, <a href="/title/tt0708784/">The Battle (1987)</a>, <a href="/title/tt0708753/">Peak Performance (1989)</a>, <a href="/title/tt0708819/">The Price (1989)</a>, <a href="/title/tt0708818/">The Perfect Mate (1992)</a>, <a href="/title/tt0708717/">Force of Nature (1993)</a>, <a href="/title/tt0708681/">Bloodlines (1994)</a><br/><br/>Chief O'Brien: <a href="/title/tt0708825/">The Wounded (1991)</a> (hatred of Cardassians) <a href="/title/tt0708697/">Data's Day (1991)</a> (wedding) <a href="/title/tt0708703/">Disaster (1991)</a> (birth of Molly)<br/><br/>Additionally, there is the crossover episode <a href="/title/tt0708679/">Birthright, Part I (1993)</a>, where the Enterprise-D docks at Deep Space Nine, and Dr. Bashir assists the TNG crew.
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