As the Dominion War comes to an end, Dukat goes to the Pah Wraiths to awaken them. Meanwhile the Dominion turn on the rebelling Cardassians, destroying them city by city. Will the Alliance ...
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As the Dominion War comes to an end, Dukat goes to the Pah Wraiths to awaken them. Meanwhile the Dominion turn on the rebelling Cardassians, destroying them city by city. Will the Alliance prevail over the Dominion? Will Garak and the Rebellion stop them before the destruction of Cardassia? Will Sisko stop the Pah Wraiths from rising?
A reproduction of the invitation to the Deep Space Nine wrap party was included in Star Trek Vault: 40 Years From The Archives. See more »
One of the clips seen in Jake's montage is taken from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: The Visitor and features him at his father's bedside. However, this occurred in an alternate timeline which was subsequently negated so Jake should have no memory of it. See more »
Too much stuff for just one episode--and a very satisfying ending to the series.
This episode of "Star Trek: Deep Space 9" is chock full of conclusions to all the dangling plot threads throughout the show. You'll learn what happens to Cardassia Prime when the people rebel, how the war with the Dominion ends, whether O'Brien and Bashir get married, how the Emissary saves Bajor, what happens to Odo and Kira and much, much more. However, be forewarned--it is an emotional roller-coaster and you may just want to have some Kleenex handy. I loved 99% of the show, though as usual, while I loved James Darren's acting and singing, it did leave me wondering WHY he was on the show in the first place!! Overall, extremely well written, very exciting and just about everything fans could want in a finale--hence this explains why this final episode was the length of two normal episodes.
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