Category:Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (season 7) episodes
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The following 25 pages are in this category, out of 25 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
The following 25 pages are in this category, out of 25 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
1. Afterimage (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) – Afterimage is the 153rd episode of the television series Star Trek, Deep Space Nine, the third episode of the seventh season. It was first broadcast on October 14,1998, in addition to coping with the memories of her symbionts past lives, Ezri Dax must deal with the range of reactions her presence generates on Deep Space Nine. Her presence is not looked highly upon, as people are unsure how to feel about Ezri. Worf has the worst reaction, even threatening fellow friends and officers, garak, who is also not taking Ezri well, suffers problems of his own when acute claustrophobia, worse than ever, strikes him down. At the end of the episode, Ezri leaves her position aboard the USS Destiny, because of her extensive Starfleet experience from her past lives, Ezri receives a promotion from ensign to lieutenant junior grade. Star Trek, Deep Space Nine DVD set, volume 7, disc 1, Afterimage at the Internet Movie Database Afterimage at TV. com Afterimage at Memory Alpha Afterimage at StarTrek. com
2. The Changing Face of Evil – The Changing Face of Evil is the 170th episode of the television series Star Trek, Deep Space Nine, the fourth of the final ten-episode arc. Starfleet Headquarters in San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge are damaged in the attack, Solbor reluctantly brings Winn the book of the Kosst Amojan, but to her surprise, the pages of the book are blank. It isnt until Winn kills Solbor that his blood makes the text of the book visible, in a major battle with the combined forces of the Breen, Cardassians and JemHadar, the Federation alliance suffers one of its worst defeats of the war in orbit of Chintoka. The USS Defiant is among the ships destroyed, the result of a new weapon unleashed by the Breen - an energy-damping beam that renders all weapons. Many escape pods soon eject from the Defiant and other ships as the Dominion forces retake Chintoka, Weyoun wishes to destroy the pods, but the Female Changeling allows them to be rescued, reasoning that the survivors reports will have a demoralizing effect on their comrades. What could have been a Dominion juggernaut to victory is ground to a halt when DS9 intercepts a message from within Cardassian boundaries. It is Damar, who announces that Cardassia will revolt against the Dominion, while this would buy valuable time for the Federation alliance to regroup, Sisko realizes that they would have to contact Damar to achieve final victory. The Changing Face of Evil at the Internet Movie Database The Changing Face of Evil at TV. com The Changing Face of Evil at Memory Alpha The Changing Face of Evil at StarTrek. com
3. Chrysalis (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) – Chrysalis is the 155th episode of the television series Star Trek, Deep Space Nine, the fifth episode of the seventh season. It was first aired on October 28,1998, the episode features the four characters first introduced in Season 6, Episode 9. The quartet of genetically engineered individuals from the episode Statistical Probabilities show up on the station, impersonating an Admiral and they help Julian Bashir refine a medical instrument so he can operate on Sarina Douglas. The operation is a success and Sarina is able to speak for the first time in a long time, when shes reintroduced to the rest of her group, they immediately try to help her feel included by starting up a sing-a-long. Though initially only able to sing in monotone, within minutes Sarina masters solfège and is able to improvise a round with the others, the quartet later is discussing the eventual collapse of the universe, trying to figure out how to stop it. When Sarina argues against the feasibility of doing so, Jack shuts her down. When Bashir comes in to check on her later, shes seated drawn within herself as she was before the operation was a success, however, she had resumed this stance to stay out of the discussion because she had been made to feel her participation in it was unwelcome. Bashir falls in love with her and assigns another doctor to take over her care so he can pursue her romantically, miles OBrien expresses his concerns to Julian. Indeed, Sarina is not ready for a relationship but feels pressured to thank Julian by being the woman of his dreams, at the end, she leaves DS9 for a scientific internship. Chrysalis at the Internet Movie Database Chrysalis at TV. com Chrysalis at Memory Alpha Chrysalis at StarTrek. com
4. Extreme Measures (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) – Extreme Measures is the 173rd episode of the television series Star Trek, Deep Space Nine, the seventh in the final ten-episode arc of the series. Sloan shows up in Julian Bashirs quarters, baited by the announcement of a cure to the changelings plague. When Sloan sees no way to get out of Bashirs interrogation, upon entering Sloans mind, they are immediately greeted by his subconscious, which is more than willing to help them, but is prevented by Sloans higher brain functions from speaking it out loud. Sloan has created a scenario that leads the two to believe that they are forced to exit Sloans mind, the scenario includes their believing that Sloan has died. When Bashir sits down in his quarters to read, he discovers that his book ends exactly where he stopped reading the previous night – and then starts over from the beginning on the next page. Deducing that theyre still in Sloans mind and fell for a stalling tactic, Sloan baits Bashir with the information in his mind – information that would allow Bashir to dismantle Section 31 once and for all. With seconds left before Sloans brain shuts down, OBrien recognizes the trap, having obtained the chemical formula for the cure, Bashir administers the drug to Odo. Aside from some brief discomfort, Odo is completely cured, Extreme Measures at the Internet Movie Database Extreme Measures at TV. com Extreme Measures at Memory Alpha Extreme Measures at StarTrek. com
5. Strange Bedfellows (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) – Strange Bedfellows is the 169th episode of the television series Star Trek, Deep Space Nine, the third of the final 10-episode arc. Thot Gor, High Commander of the Breen, presents Dax, the Breen are accepted into the Dominion regardless of Damars disapproval of the treaty and its consequences for Cardassia. In addition, Septimus III is attacked by the Klingons and although Weyoun promises to deal with it, Damars mood worsens as Thot Gor is allowed access to classified Cardassian information. The mood in Quarks bar is somber, as the crew misses Worf, dr. Bashirs talk leads OBrien to believe that he is in love with Ezri. Sisko isnt well either, as his wife begins to be uncomfortable with being married to an important figure in Bajoran religion, during a confrontation with their captors, Worf slays Weyoun, though this is ultimately pointless as another clone would be sent in. As Worf and Ezri are taken to be executed, Damar realizes that the Dominion is not a thing for Cardassia. He frees Worf and Dax and informs them he will help the Federation, Anjohl convinces Winn to walk the path of the Pah-wraiths, by promising that Bajor will be restored. However, Winn receives a vision from the Pah-wraiths that frightens her and she calls on Kira, who advises her to step down as Kai. Winn, disapproving of this advice, returns to Anjohl for comfort, Strange Bedfellows at the Internet Movie Database Strange Bedfellows at TV. com Strange Bedfellows at Memory Alpha Strange Bedfellows at StarTrek. com
6. 'Til Death Do Us Part (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) – Til Death Do Us Part, is the 168th episode of the television series Star Trek, Deep Space Nine. It is the second of the series final 10-episode arc, Kai Winn visits DS9 and tells the Emissary that she will officiate his marriage to Yates, and not the Vedek that Sisko chose. After leaving Siskos office, Winn has what she thinks is her first vision from the Prophets ever. They say that the Sisko has faltered, that the Prophets have chosen her for a task. Dax and Worf continue arguing even after being interrogated by the Breen. Worfs jealousy of Julian Bashir is confirmed when Ezri drowsily declares her love for him, dukat arrives at DS9 and visits Kai Winn, posing as Anjohl Tennan, a Bajoran farmer whose life was spared during the occupation by Winns intervention. Winn believes then that this is the man the Prophets sent to be her guide, Winn and Anjohl quickly become very close, to the disapproval of Solbor, one of Winns aides. Kasidy is angry when Benjamin tells her what the Prophets said of their engagement to be married, despite a discussion with Kira Nerys and another vision from the Prophets reaffirming their warning, Benjamin marries Kasidy in a last-minute ceremony officiated by Admiral Ross. Weyoun orders Damar to go on a trip aboard a JemHadar ship with him, arriving at the rendezvous point, some Breen soldiers beam in along with Dax and Worf. Weyoun announces that the Breen have allied themselves with the Dominion, Til Death Do Us Part at the Internet Movie Database Til Death Do Us Part at TV. com Til Death Do Us Part at Memory Alpha Til Death Do Us Part at StarTrek. com
7. What You Leave Behind – What You Leave Behind is the series finale of the television show Star Trek, Deep Space Nine, the 175th and 176th overall episodes, and the 25th and 26th episodes of the seventh season. The episode was written by showrunner Ira Steven Behr and Hans Beimler and it originally aired on June 2,1999. Set in the 24th century, the series follows the adventures on Deep Space Nine, the episode was mainly well-received, with most critics considering it a satisfying end for the series, though the final confrontation between Sisko and Dukat was largely criticized. On Deep Space Nine, Bashir wakes up with Ezri, OBrien talks with his family leaving the station after the war. It is the morning of the day the crew leave for the final push in the war. While heading for battle on the Defiant, Sisko receives a vision of his prophet-mother Sarah and she claims that his most important challenge is not before you, but behind you. The battle between the JemHadar/Breen/Cardassian fleet and Federation/Klingon/Romulan fleet begins, in retaliation, the JemHadar wipe out an entire Cardassian city. The insurgents are about to be executed by a team of JemHadar and Cardassian soldiers, in light of this, as an ultimate retaliation, the Founder orders the eradication of the Cardassian race, and the JemHadar begin firing upon and leveling whole Cardassian cities. The JemHadar and Breen retreat from the battle and regroup at their perimeter around Cardassia Prime. Kira and the storm the command center, capture the Founder, and kill Weyouns last clone. Sisko prepares for an assault on Cardassia Prime. Odo beams to the center in an attempt to talk her into surrendering. She refuses, citing her people’s security at the hands of the solids and he links with the Founder, curing her disease. She orders her forces to surrender, Odo explains to Kira that he has agreed to cure the other Founders, but needs to join them permanently, to eventually persuade them to trust solids instead of dominating them. Meanwhile, Bashir and Garak have reunited in the command center, distraught over the loss of life and the destruction of huge swaths of Cardassian culture, Bashir says farewell to Garak, who stays to help rebuild Cardassia. Garak is skeptical that they ever meet again, because they live in uncertain times. Meanwhile, on Bajor, Dukat, still disguised as a Bajoran, and Kai Winn, after she makes them appear around a chasm, Winn poisons Dukat, but he is resurrected by the Pah-wraiths and restored to his Cardassian appearance. A peace treaty is signed on DS9, and the crew celebrates in Vics lounge, however, in the middle of dancing with Kasidy, Sisko suddenly realizes he must go to the fire caves