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The Prophets have told Sisko they do not approve of his impending marriage. Having been captured by the Breen, Ezri and Worf still don't know why the Breen would even bother to capture them... See full summary »

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The Prophets have told Sisko they do not approve of his impending marriage. Having been captured by the Breen, Ezri and Worf still don't know why the Breen would even bother to capture them. Some Cardassians are beginning to think their alliance with the Dominion was a grave mistake. Gul Dukat, disguised as a Bajoran, sets foot on DS9, and continues to unfurl his plan. Written by Moviedude1

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Salome Jens (Female Changeling) previously appeared as the ancient humanoid in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "The Chase" in 1993. See more »

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Lieutenant Ezri Dax: Maybe my subconscious is trying to tell me that I need to... confront emotions that I've repressed since birth. But which one? I've been born nine times...
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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Main Title
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Prisoners of the Breen
21 January 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This episode ended where the previous one left off; Ezri and Worf are prisoners on a Breen ship and Sisko is wondering what to do after the Prophets told him marrying Kasidy will lead to sorrow. We also learn why Dukat has had surgery to appear Bajoran when he arrives on the station posing a farmer who fits the description of a man Kai Winn believes the prophets told her to expect.

Aboard the Breen ship Worf and then Ezri are taken off and subjected to some unseen torture, when back Ezri is back she is talking fairly incoherently but Worf clearly hears her state her love for Julian, when she comes to he berates her for this and doesn't believe her when she says any feelings for the doctor are strictly platonic. It isn't until the end of the episode that we learn the Breen's reason for taking them prisoner; a reason that could tip the war against the Federation. While we don't yet know what Dukat is doing trying to insinuate himself into Kai Winn's life one can be sure it will not end well. Sisko eventually decides to follow his heart and marry Kasidy which causes Kira some concern as she believes everything the prophets say should be heeded.

As the series approaches its conclusion less episodes have conclusions and more end with a cliff hangers which keep the viewer wanting to see what will happen in the next episode.


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