After forming an attack plan on the Dominion, Sisko relinquishes command of the Defiant to Dax after accepting a promotion. On DS9, the resistance faces discovery when Odo links with another changeling.

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After forming an attack plan on the Dominion, Sisko relinquishes command of the Defiant to Dax after accepting a promotion. On DS9, the resistance faces discovery when Odo links with another changeling.

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Casey Biggs (Damar) is the ex-husband of Roxann Dawson who played B'Elana Torres in Star Trek Voyager. See more »

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When the 'rebels' hear of Damar's plan, Kira clearly refers to Rom as Quark... See more »

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[Dax is in command of the Defiant]
Captain Sisko: I wouldn't get too comfortable in that chair, old man. When this war is over, I'm going to want my ship back!
Lt. Commander Jadzia Dax: Fine. When this war is over, I'm going on a honeymoon.
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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Main Title
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Gee, thanks Odo!
20 January 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Captain Sisko has been promoted to a new position off the station, so when it comes to a secret mission, it's up to Dax to command the Defiant. They are out to destroy a sensor array put up by the Dominion that allows them to see the cloaked ships in the Alpha Quadrant.

The other plot involves the Bajorans. It seems that they have a plan to poison the Ketracel that is needed by the Jem'Hadar. But it needs help--and Odo is supposed to be helping. The problem is that another shapeshifter arrives on the station and Odo is too busy joining with this being than with fulfilling his responsibilities to his comrades. Yes, for once, Odo is a selfish jerk--uncharacteristically so. Fortunately, aside form this huge problem with the plot, the rest of the show is absolutely great--and well worth seeing.


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