When the traitorous Eddington returns, Sisko will go to any lengths to capture him.

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Jake Sisko (credit only)
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When the traitorous Eddington returns, Sisko will go to any lengths to capture him.

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First episode of DS9 that shows the Defiant bridge crew operating like a hierarchical military naval vessel See more »

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O'Brien tells Sisko that the Defiant has "no transporters," but later Sisko uses the transporters to beam a damage control team and micro-power converters to the disabled starship, the Malinche. In another scene, a disabled Cardassian transport is about to crash into a planet, and Sisko asks Kira "Can we beam the crew off?" See more »

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Michael Eddington: Look at them, Captain. They're humans - just like you and me. And Starfleet took everything away from them. Remember that the next time you put on that uniform. There's a war out there, and you're on the wrong side.
Sisko: You know what I see out there, Mr. Eddington? I see victims. But not of Cardassia or the Federation. Victims of you, the Maquis.
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Referenced in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Blaze of Glory (1997) 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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Hello again, Mr. Eddington
7 January 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Several episodes ago, a semi-regular on this show, Mr. Eddington, turned out to be working covertly for the Maquis--a renegade group of former Federation crew members who are carrying out a guerrilla war against the Cardassians. Now in "For the Uniform" Captain Sisko is out looking for Eddington in order to bring him for justice. However, again and again, Eddington seems to outsmart them. I liked this part quite a bit. Unfortunately, Eddington talks about this pursuit of him as being like "Les Miserables"--with Sisko being Javert and Eddington as the innocent Jean Valjean. This part of the show seemed more forced--plus I think likening Sisko and his task to Captain Ahab in "Moby Dick". Regardless, it's a good episode but not a brilliant one-- with a resolution coming too quickly. I would have drawn it out another episode or two.


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