Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Season 4, Episode 4

Indiscretion (23 Oct. 1995)

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Kira and Gul Dukat go after the lost prison ship Ravinok. Dukat has a secret. Meanwhile Kasidy Yates tries to find work near Bajor, leaving Sisko uncomfortable.

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Major Kira gets a message from Razka Karn, a smuggler during the occupation. He claims to have a found a lead to the location of the lost Cardassian prison ship Ravinok. One of her friends, Lorit Akrem, was on board and she decides to start an investigation. Then Sisko approaches her and asks her to wait. The Cardassian government has heard of her plans and wants to send a representative along. Kira is surprised to see it is Gul Dukat. He has a secret. Meanwhile, Sisko faces a problem of his own: Kasidy Yates announces she found a job opportunity in the Bajoran sector. She and the captain will be finally able to see each other more. Dax makes the suggestion she could get Kasidy quarters on the station. Kasidy likes the idea, but Sisko gets more and more uncomfortable. It's going a bit too fast for him and Kasidy notices his hesitation. Written by Arnoud Tiele (imdb@tiele.nl)

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This takes place in 2372. See more »

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Near the end, when Kasidy hands Sisko a cargo box, she puts the handle down again. In subsequent shots, the handle changes between standing up and being down. See more »

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Major Kira: I'll work on the Ravinok. I should be able to get something from the ship's computers.
Dukat: You'll need the command codes.
Major Kira: Standard Cardassian military codes from six years ago, right?
Dukat: Yes.
Major Kira: Yeah. I got them from Bajoran Intelligence before we left.
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Dukat finds his daughter
18 May 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

When Major Kira learns about the location of a Cardassian ship which was transporting Bajoran prisoners including the man who recruited her in to the resistance she is determined to go and search for survivors. When the Cardassians learn of Kira's discovery they insist on sending somebody to accompany her as they want to know what happened to the ship as well. Kira isn't too pleased when she discovers that the Cardassian who will accompany her is to be Gul Dukat. When they find the crashed ship they also find several graves, including that of a Bajoran woman with whom Dukat had been involved with many years before, in fact she also bore his child. Kira is shocked when she finds out that he plans to kill her in order to protect his family and position back on Cardassia. When they discover the survivors they find that they are being used as slave labour by the Breen. When they liberate the prisoners Kira must save Dukat's daughter. Back on DS9 their is a secondary story concerning Captain Sisko's potential girl friend has been offered a job on Bajor and might be moving on to the station... until his response isn't quite as enthusiastic as she would have liked.

I really liked the main story, Dukat's determination of find and kill his daughter reminded me of the John Wayne classic "The Searchers" even if the motivations are different. Nana Visitor and Marc Alaimo do well as Kira and Dukat; while the characters don't like each other the actors work well as the two antagonists. The second story was far too soapy for my liking although it only took up a little time so didn't spoil the episode.


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