Borrowing a captured Jem'Hadar attack ship, Sisko and crew embark on a mission to destroy the hidden base where all of the ketracel-white is stored for the entire Alpha Quadrant.

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Borrowing a captured Jem'Hadar attack ship, Sisko and crew embark on a mission to destroy the hidden base where all of the ketracel-white is stored for the entire Alpha Quadrant.

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Joseph Sisko: You know, there's something I just don't understand. You're always telling me that space is big, that it's an endless frontier, filled with infinite wonders.
Captain Sisko: It's true.
Joseph Sisko: Well, if that's the case, you would think it would be more than enough room to allow people to leave each other alone.
Captain Sisko: It just doesn't work that way. It should; but it doesn't.
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Is the pending invasion about to begin?
18 January 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Like many of the seasons of "Star Trek: The Next Generation" and "Star Trek: Deep Space 9", this is part of a season ending and season beginning two-part episode about a pending intergalactic war. These were all very good episodes--exciting, action-packed and fun.

In the previous show, the Cardassians and Jem'Hadar have assembled a fleet in the Alpha Quadrant--poised to take on DS9. Additionally, more ships are waiting to come flying through the wormhole to assist in the attack. So, Sisko orders his folks to mine the entrance to the wormhole with self-replicating mines--perhaps, if needed, this can cut off these additional ships.

Here in part two, two main things are occurring. First, the Defiant and their Klingon friends are going to try to take out a station that supplies Ketracel--the drug needed to sustain the Jem'Hadar soldiers. Second, the Cardassians/Dominion will try to figure out some way to disable the mines. How the Prophets play in all this is something you'll just need to see for yourself.


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