Kira and Bashir find themselves in an alternate universe.

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Kira and Bashir are returning from the opening of a hospital on New Bajor in the Gamma Quadrant. Just as they're to enter the wormhole, a sudden problem arises. Kira is able to solve it, but when they arrive in the Alpha Quadrant things seems to have changed. Deep Space Nine is once again orbiting Bajor and the runabout is entered by Klingons, who excuse themselves when they see Kira. It soon becomes clear the two have arrived in alternate universe. Klingons, Cardassians and Bajorans have formed an alliance against Earth and humans are forced to do slave labor on Deep Space Nine. The station is led by intendant Kira. She speaks of a person named 'Kirk,' who traveled from the other side earlier. While Bashir is sent away to ore processing, intendant Kira seems to really like her other self. Written by Arnoud Tiele (imdb@tiele.nl)

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This is listed as one of the "Ten Essential Episodes" of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993) in the 2008 reference book "Star Trek 101" by Paula M. Block and Terry J. Erdmann. See more »

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Benjamin Sisko exists in the Mirror Universe. Given what is revealed in the first story arc of Season 7 about the regular Sisko's parentage, this is highly improbable. See more »

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Garak: He should die for this; we should make an example of him.
Intendant Kira: You have made a career out of setting examples, Garak. I think you enjoy it too much.
Garak: He could never have gotten on board that ship without help! This is the third incident in a month; at least allow me to interrogate him.
Intendant Kira: Fine, interrogate him. But if he dies under your interrogation, I will make you my example, is that clear?
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References Casablanca (1942) See more »

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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Main Title
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Written by Dennis McCarthy
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"Mirror, Mirror...Part 2"
19 December 2014 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is a sequel to an episode from the original "Star Trek". It's a follow-up to "Mirror, Mirror"--one of the very best of the old episodes. In this old episode, a landing party beams back to the Enterprise--only to discover it's AN Enterprise from a parallel world. This world is much like the original one except that the Federation is a force of evil and the Enterprise crew advance in rank through betrayals and assassinations! It's an incredibly cool episode--and a must-see for fans.

"Crossover" begins with Major Kira and Dr. Bashir arriving at Deep Space 9--except that it's not their Deep Space 9. Instead, it's from the same parallel world visited by the Enterprise. Interestingly, it shows the results of the previous contact has been drastic. The 'nice' crew members apparently did something to soften the evil Federation-- so much so that now the Cardassians and Klingons are the dominant force in the quadrant--and human are on the run! And, interestingly, the evil Major Kira is a high official in this evil empire--and a sexy official with attitude!

Too often the Trek shows are extremely nice and astoundingly perfect--often TOO perfect. With episodes like this one and the Maquis, you finally see a different sort of future--a dark, twisted and darkly funny one. Well worth seeing, though the original episode is a touch better.


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