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Episode
Number
Title
UK Tape
Number
Rating
Description
149
Image in the Sand
7.1
Worf and friends head off on a near suicide mission to destroy a Dominion shipyard in Jadzia's name, in order to secure her a place in Sto-Vo-Kor. Meanwhile, back on Earth Sisko has a vision from the prophets and makes some disturbing discoveries about his past. To cap it all, an unfamiliar face arrives with a surprising revelation.
 
Writer(s) :
Ira Steven Behr
Hans Beimler
Director :
Les Landau
150
Shadows and Symbols
7.1

The Romulans establish a hospital on an unused Bajoran moon. But when they move heavy weapons in to "defend" it, Kira takes a stand that may end the entire alliance against the Dominion. Meanwhile, Sisko follows his vision in an attempt to locate the last remaining Orb of the Prophets. Ezri, the latest host of the Dax symbiont, tags along despite the fact that she is still struggling to cope with a joining she was never prepared for.
 
Writer(s) :
Ira Steven Behr
Hans Beimler
Director :
Allan Kroeker
151
After Image
7.2


When Garaks claustrophobia flares up, Ezri must counsel him while attempting to simultaneously deal with her own fractured personality and the reactions of Jadzia's friends to her. Good character piece.
 
Writer(s) :
Rene Echevarria
Director :
Les Landau
152
Take me out to the Holosuite
7.2

Many years ago the newly graduated Ensign Sisko was embarrassed by Solok, a Vulcan convinced that Humans emotions make them inherently inferior. Solok has dragged the incident up at every possible opportunity ever since. When he arrives at the station along with his all-Vulcan baseball team, Sisko creates the "Deep Space Niners" in response. But can he turn an unlikely bunch of misfits into a team capable of taking on the fearsome Vulcans in only two weeks?
 
Writer(s) :
Ronald D. Moore
Director :
Chip Chalmers
153
Chrysalis
7.3

Dr. Bashir performs a new surgical technique on a genetically engineered woman who is so introverted that she never speaks to anybody. When the operation is a success he finds himself strongly attracted to the woman, but just whose best interests does he have in mind?
 
Writer(s) :
Rene Echevarria
Director :
Jonathan West
154
Treachery, Faith and the Great River
7.3


The Federation stands to make one of the greatest intelligence coups of all time when none other than Weyoun tells Odo he wants to defect. But his cloned replacement is willing to do anything to stop him, even kill a Founder... Meanwhile O'Brien trusts Nog to get hold of a vital part for the Defiants gravity grid - and soon finds himself faced with a network of favours that extends across half the quadrant.
 
Writer(s) :
Philip Kim
Director :
Steve Posey
155
Once More Unto the Breech
7.4

Worf assigns Kor, an ageing Klingon warrior, as third officer of Martoks ship - over the Generals vehement protests. But as they go on a raid into Dominion territory, it becomes clear that the Dahar Master is not what he once was.
 
Writer(s) :
Rene Echevarria
Director :
Les Landau
156
The Siege of AR-558
7.4

The Defiant visits the front lines and finds a group of Federation soldiers who have been defending a captured Dominion communications post for many months, suffering 65% casualties in the process. When Sisko decides to stay and help against the latest attack, his officers find that Federation ideals are all too easy to leave behind in the face of desperation.
 
Writer(s) :
Ira Steven Behr
Hans Beimler
Director :
Winrich Kolbe
157
Covenant
7.5
Kira is abducted from Deep Space Nine by a Dominion transporter, and finds herself in the midst of a Pah-Wraith cult began by none other than Dukat on Terok Nor. But as Kira desperately attempts to convince his followers that Dukat is misleading them, she discovers that faith can be a hard thing to crack.
 
Writer(s) :
Rene Echevarria
Director :
Jonathan Kretchmer
158
It's Only a Paper Moon
7.5

After loosing his leg on AR-558 two episodes ago, Nog returns to a heroes welcome on Deep Space Nine. But he finds that he cannot face the reality of his injury, preferring instead to hide out in Vic Fontaines holographic bar.
 
Writer(s) :
David Mack
John J. Ordover
Director :
Anson Williams
159
Prodigal Daughter
7.6
When Chief O'Brien goes missing while on a mission to investigate the Syndicate, Ezri offers to ask her family to help. But it's her first visit home in years, and all is not well with the rest of her family.
 
Writer(s) :
Bradley Thompson
David Weedle
Director :
Victor Lobl
160
The Emperor's New Cloak
7.6

When Ezri pulls a knife on Quark, he realizes that the residents of the Mirror Universe have come visiting again. She tells him that Grand Nagus Zek is being held by Regent Worf in her universe, and that he will be killed unless Quark supplies a cloaking device. But can the Ferengi survive a universe where double crossing is the norm?
 
Writer(s) :
Ira Steven Behr
Hans Beimler
Director :
LeVar Burton
161
Field of Fire
7.7


When somebody starts murdering the crew of Deep Space Nine using a modified version of an old projectile weapon, Ezri must explore the mindset of the killer by calling up the persona of Joran, a previous host and ruthless psychopath. But just how far is she willing to go to catch her man - and will she be able to control her own violent impulses?

A pretty good Ezri episode. The gun is a cool idea, too.
 
Writer(s) :
Robert Hewitt Wolfe
Director :
Tony Dow

162
Chimera
7.7

When Odo meets another of the Changelings that the Founders sent out into the galaxy, he brings it to Deep Space Nine and tries to strike up a friendship. But the Shapeshifter, known as Laas, is no fan of Solids, and when his presence on the station generates considerable friction, Odo must once again choose between us and his own kind.
 
Writer(s) :
Rene Echevarria
Director :
Steve Posey
163
Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges
7.8
Dr. Bashir is contacted by Sloan, the Section 31 operative from "Inquisition", who offers him the chance to gather intelligence while on a diplomatic mission to Romulus. But he soon finds that real spying is nothing like his holodeck re-creations.

This is probably a better episode than I give it credit for - but I'm biased because I absolutely hate section 31. The title is latin for "In time of war, the law falls silent", by the way.
 
Writer(s) :
Ronald D. Moore
Director :
David Livingstone

164
Badda Bing, Badda Bang
7.8

When Vic Fontaines casino is taken over by the Mafia, our heroes set out to discredit the mobster by pulling off a million dollar heist. A nice light-hearted episode.
 
Writer(s) :
Ira Stephen Behr
Hans Beimler
Director :
Mike Vejar
165
Penumbra
7.9

When Worf is reported Missing in Action after his Bird of Prey is destroyed, Ezri sets off to look for him in violation of orders. But as she and Worf begin to explore their true feelings for one another, Sisko and Kassidy have an anouncement of their own to make.
 
Writer(s) :
Rene Echevarria
Director :
Steve Posey
166
'Til Death Do Us Part
7.9
While Worf and Ezri are interrogated by the Breen, Sisko prepares to marry Kassidy - even if it means defying the Prophets themselves. Meanwhile, Weyoun makes an announcement which could mean Dominion victory and the end of freedom in the Alpha Quadrant...
 
Writer(s) :
David Weddle
Bradley Thompson
Director :
Winrich Kolbe
167
Strange Bedfellows
7.10
Dax and Worf are headed back to Cardassia to face a war crimes trial, as the Breen make their presence felt in the war. Damar begins to realize the magnitude of Dukats folly in joining the Dominion...
 
Writer(s) :
Ronald D. Moore
Director :
Rene Auberjonois
168
The Changing Face of Evil
7.10


Things go from bad to worse for the Allies - the Breen launch an attack on Earth, destroying Starfleet Headquarters. Then they retake the Chin'Toka system, destroying the USS Defiant in the process.  Meanwhile Dukats plan to release the Pagh-Wraiths and destroy Bajor once and for all nears completion. However, the news of a Cardassian uprising against the Dominion provides some hope.
 
Writer(s) :
Ira Steven Behr
Hans Beimler
Director :
Mike Vejar
169
When it Rains...
7.11

The Cardassian rebellion continues, but they are ill prepared for a gurilla war against a vastly superior enemy. They need an expert in terrorist tactics - and fortunately, Sisko happens to have one to hand. But are the Cardassians willing to take orders from none other than Colonel Kira? Meanwhile, Bashir makes a startling discovery regarding Odo and the disease affecting the Founders.
 
Writer(s) :
Rene Echevarria
Spike Steingasser
Director :
Michael Dorn
170
Tacking Into the Wind
7.11


The Klingon fleet is the only thing standing between the Dominion and victory. But Gowron is risking all to push his personal political agenda, and it looks like nobody is willing to stand up to him. Meanwhile, the Breen energy draining weapon is being fitted to the Dominion fleet and Starfleet is no closer to countering it. The solution? Steal one...
 
Writer(s) :
Ronald D. Moore
Director :
Mike Vejar
171
Extreme Measures
7.12

With Odo on the brink of death, Bashir and O'Brien must play a dangerous game with Section 31 - a game which will ultimately take them all the way into the very mind of Sloan himself.
 
Writer(s) :
Bradley Thompson
Davis Weddle
Director :
Steve Posey
172
The Dogs of War
7.12

When their rebellion is all but annhilated by the Dominion, Damar, Garak and Kira are trapped on Cardassia. Declared dead by the Founders, Damar finds he has developed a hero status amongst the people and determines to start a popular revolution. Meanwhile, Grand Nagus Zek announces his retirement - and shocks Quark with his choice of replacement.
 
Writer(s) :
Peter Allan Fields
Director :
Avery Brooks
173
What You Leave Behind, part 1
7.13

The combined Federation, Klingon and Romulan fleets launch their final offensive against the Dominion. Meanwhile, on Cardassia the Founder orders massive reprisals against civilians for the Cardassian uprising. But the decision leads to some unexpected consequences.
 
Writer(s) :
Ira Steven Behr
Hans Beimler
Director :
Allan Kroeker
174
What You Leave Behind, part 2
7.13


With the war over, Sisko returns to Deep Space Nine. But his greatest trial remains ahead, as Dukat releases the Pagh-Wraiths to swarm forth over Bajor. Only the Emissary can stop them, but the effort will leave him changed forever.
 
Writer(s) :
Ira Steven Behr
Hans Beimler
Director :
Allan Kroeker


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