O'Brien and Jake are examining one of the old ore processing unit to see if it can be turned into a deuterium refinery. Sisko checks up on them, just while Jake finds a strange file in the database that he can't delete. When O'Brien wants to set it apart for analyzing, he trips a Cardassian security alert. He must enter a password, but fails. Suddenly the room is locked down and a recorded message Gul Dukat appears on a view screen. He warns the 'Bajoran workers' to surrender to their superiors or face the consequences. Neurocine gas will be released. With the first option not possible, Jake finds a way out of the room through an uridium shaft. But their troubles and that of the station's are far from over. Written by
Arnoud Tiele (email@example.com)
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The station security system demanding upper level security clearances to end a revolt is a glaring error by the Cardassians - in a revolt, the death of the higher-ups would very likely be one of the first events to occur. The lack of their presence would doom a station with many Cardassians on board. See more
[Ops is under phaser fire, although not harming Dukat and Garak
It would appear that the computer is only targeting non-Cardassians.
If you had been on the station when I designed this program, I would have made an exception in your case.
Well, you've aways been shortsighted. It's held you back over the years.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Main Title
Written by Dennis McCarthy
Performed by Dennis McCarthy See more