Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 7 Seasons 1993

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1. The Homecoming Part 1 TV-PG CC

Kira risks her life, and war with the Cardassians, to rescue a mythical Bajora hero from a distant prison colony.

Starring:
Avery Brooks, Rene Auberjonois
Runtime:
46 minutes
Original air date:
September 27, 1993

The Homecoming Part 1

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    1. The Homecoming Part 1 Kira risks her life, and war with the Cardassians, to rescue a mythical Bajora hero from a distant prison colony.

    TV-PG 46min September 27, 1993
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    2. The Circle Part 2 Kira risks her life, and war with the Cardassians, to rescue a mythical Bajoran hero from a distant prison colony.

    TV-PG 46min October 4, 1993
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    3. The Seige Part 3 While Sisko leads a daring last stand against the Bajoran takeover forces, Kira and Dax embark on a desperate mission to reveal the truth about the coup.

    TV-PG 46min October 11, 1993
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    4. Invasive Procedures The crew must fight for Jadzia's life when a desperate Trill takes the group hostage and steals the Dax symbiont.

    TV-PG 46min October 18, 1993
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    5. Cardassians A young Cardassian, orphaned in the war and raised by Bajorans, causes turmoil on the station when his people attempt to reclaim him.

    TV-PG 46min October 25, 1993
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    6. Melora After failing in love with a woman whose species is unable to walk in "normal" gravity, Bashir develops a technology that could free her of her wheelchair forever.

    TV-PG 46min November 1, 1993
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    7. Rules of Acquistion A Ferengi female who has defied the law and disguised herself as a male risks it all when she falls in love with Quark.

    TV-PG 46min November 8, 1993
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    8. Necessary Evil An attack on Quark's life brings Odo face to face with a five-year-old unsolved murder--for which Kira was a prime suspect.

    TV-PG 46min November 15, 1993
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    9. Second Sight Sisko falls in love for the first time since his wife's death, but the object of his affections may not be all that she seems.

    TV-PG 46min November 22, 1993
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    10. Sanctuary Kira is torn when a displaced alien race arrives on Deep Space Nine and claims Bajor as its people's legendary homeland.

    TV-PG 46min November 29, 1993
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    11. Rivals Quark feels threatened when a charming swindler arrives on Deep Space Nine and opens a competing bar.

    TV-PG 46min January 3, 1994
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    12. The Alternate Odo's mentor arrives on Deep Space Nine intent on resuming his search for Odo's true origin.

    TV-PG 46min January 10, 1994
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    13. Armageddon Game Bashir and O'Brien work to rid two alien races of deadly weapons, unaware that their hosts intend to sacrifice them as part of the peace process.

    TV-PG 46min January 31, 1994
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    14. Whispers O'Brien returns from a security mission to notice that the entire crew has seemingly turned against him.

    TV-PG 46min February 7, 1994
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    15. Paradise Sisko and O'Brien are stranded on a planet inhabited by humans who have rejected any form of technology.

    TV-PG 46min February 14, 1994
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    16. Shadow Play Odo and Dax try to solve the mystery of an alien planet whose inhabitants are disappearing without explanation.

    TV-PG 46min February 21, 1994
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    17. Playing God While hosting her first Trill initiate, Dax discovers a tiny, developing universe, which threatens to destroy the station as it expands.

    TV-PG 46min February 28, 1994
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    18. Profit and Loss When Quark is reunited with the love of his life, a Cardassian who is now a fugitive, he is ready to sacrifice everything to win her back.

    TV-PG 46min March 21, 1994
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    19. Blood Oath Dax risks her life and her future with Starfleet to fulfill a blood oath made with three aged Klingons.

    TV-PG 46min March 28, 1994
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    20. The Maquis Part 1 Sisko uncovers a Federation terrorist group whose actions could start another war with the Cardassians.

    TV-PG 46min April 25, 1994
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    21. The Maquis Part 2 Sisko and Gul Dukat join forces in an effort to avert a war between the Cardassians and a group of Federation colonists led by Sisko's old friend.

    TV-PG 46min May 2, 1994
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    22. The Wire Bashir fights to save his Cardassian friend Garak, who is slowly being killed by a brain implant to which he is addicted.

    TV-PG 46min May 9, 1994
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    23. Crossover A mishap in the wormhole sends Kira and Bashir into an alternate universe where Bajor is a tyrannical power and humans are slaves.

    TV-PG 46min May 16, 1994
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    24. The Collaborator Kira must investigate the man she loves when she learns he may be the Cardassian collaborator responsible for the massacre of forty-three Bajorans.

    TV-PG 46min May 23, 1994
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    25. Tribunal O'Brien is arrested by the Cardassians and put on trial for a crime he insists he did not commit.

    TV-PG 46min June 6, 1994
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    26. The Jem'Hadar During a trip to the Gamma Quadrant with Jake and Nog, Sisko and Quark are imprisoned by soldiers working for a mysterious power known as the Dominion.

    TV-PG 46min June 13, 1994

Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Drama, Adventure, Action
Director Winrich Kolbe
Starring Avery Brooks, Rene Auberjonois
Supporting actors Alexander Siddig, Terry Farrell, Cirroc Lofton, Colm Meaney, Armin Shimerman, Nana Visitor, Richard Beymer, Max Grodénchik, Michael Bell, Marc Alaimo, Leslie Bevis, Paul Nakauchi, Richard Neil, Ivor Bartels, Tom Burt, Tracee Cocco, George B. Colucci Jr., John Fleck
Season year 1994
Network Syndication
Executive Producer Ira Steven Behr
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Wayne Klein HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 5, 2003
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Although DS9 was still finding its legs, season two demonstrated that DS9 wasn't going to be a Trek knock off. The writing by co-creator Michael Pillar, Ira Behr and others developed a number of key conflicts that would continue to pay off until the series conclusion 5 years later. Conflict is the essence of drama and Ds9 makes the most of the conflict between the spiritual Bajorans, the secular Federation, the xenophobic Founders and the untrustworthy Cardassians.
Oscar Winner Louise Fletcher returns to the role of an evil Vedick and she makes the most of this role. During the second season her character develops more depth. Guest stars such as Frank Langella, Steve Weber, Stephen Macht and others bring considerable acting muscle to the series. Let's not overlook any of the regulars. DS9 had an acting ensemble comparable to TNG in depth and experience.
Politics plays a much larger role in DS9 than TNG. Part of that is the confined nature of a series set on a space station. But DS9 really was always meant to be Casablanca in space to some degree. The complex story arcs began their development here during the second season.
The boxed set (unlike the first season) contains 26 episodes and about an hour and a half of extras that are enlightening but hardly essential. Once again Paramount missed the boat with the DVD reissue of this series. Commentaries from actors, writers and directors would have been interesting and provided an extra dimension to the DVD. Additionally, Paramount has priced DS9 like Trek at a premium....
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 5, 2004
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For DS9 lovers on a budget, the cheaper asian versions available on the used marketplace are enticing. They are indeed about half the price of the US version. I ordered the 2nd season this way and found it to be actually slightly inferior in quality for viewing, and markedly inferior in packaging even though it was bought new. Several episodes seemed to cut off the last few seconds to squeeze it on to the DVD, and we had tracking problems (slowww) and voice to action synching problems occaisionally. Mind you it got the job done, just not quite there for quality, which can be annoying. The packaging, really bad. The DVD's are stacked in a thin paperboard box with foam sheets between. The box and the DVD's have really bad airbrushed illustrations of something similar to the star's faces. Quite amusing, but not if you just paid for it. My advice is to buy a lightly used US version instead of a "new" Asian one if the money is an issue. I bought a used Season 1 US version and it was perfect, only a small scratch on the box. The DVD's were in perfect shape, and no cut off scenes!
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By K. Wyatt on April 20, 2003
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DS9 season two turned out many of the series greatest episodes and at the same time started to give ominous signs that portended what was to come with this outstanding and spectacular Star Trek series. The producers, while entrenched in the final season of Star Trek The Next Generation, preproduction on Star Trek Generations and preproduction on Star Trek Voyager brilliantly were able to write and produce one outstanding episode of Deep Space Nine after another. The second season is where the producers and everybody involved found their stride with the series resulting in absolutely amazing character interactions where everybody worked well off of one another. Of the many Star Trek variants, DS9 I believe as a whole is dramatically the most compelling due to its very nature of conflict between the main characters. It was truly fun watching DS9's first season, STNG's sixth season and then DS9's second season and STNG's seventh season all in the order they were originally aired, just as it was when they were all aired. It is too bad we won't initially be able to do that with DS9 & Voyager since we won't be seeing those sets until sometime next year. Of all the series that have passed, this is the one that I miss the most.
A brief synopsis of some of the "stand out" episodes of this great season:
The Homecoming, The Circle and The Siege - What can one say when they're treated to such an outstanding, well written and performed trilogy to begin a season of Star Trek, amazing! The thought process that went into this trilogy is well played out on the screen as our beloved characters find themselves deeply entrenched in the political situation on Bajor after Kira receives evidence of a famous Bajoran freedom fighter named Li Nalas still being held by the Cardassians.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Alexander on April 16, 2003
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The second season of DS9 ranks not only as one of the best in the seven year history of this series, but also as one of the best in the entire Star Trek legacy.
Things get off to a great start with the opening trilogy (The Homecoming/The Circle/The Siege), and the rest of the season easily lives up to expectations. The Maquis (two-parter), more Nagus (Rules of Acquisition), three legendary Klingons (Blood Oath), Garak (The Wire), the stirring (Cardassians), a mirror universe (Crossover), the underrated (Necessary Evil), and of course the big-ticket season finale (The Jem'Hadar) are just a few of the standout episodes you'll find contained in this DVD set.
I find the political and spiritual themes of DS9 to be extraordinarily entertaining. The brilliant writers and actors really hit their stride here in season two. I've been on vacation this past week, and have been watching episodes almost non-stop, I enjoy it that much.
Top-notch production values enhance this DVD set, making it even a greater value.
Highly recommended....I can't wait for season three.
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