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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Dukat: I believe the time will come when Cardassia and Bajor will grow, to be not only allies... but also close friends.
Major Kira: Bajor and Cardassia? Maybe. You and me? I doubt it.
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Dukat and his little 'indiscretion'....
28 December 2014 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

While they are a VERY unlikely duo, Major Kira and Gul Dukat are both sent on a mission together to try to locate a long lost shuttle. The planet on which it crashed turns out to be pretty awful but they find evidence that SOME of the folks who had been on the shuttle are still alive. However, Dukat hides a secret--he wants to find the shuttle survivors because one could be his illegitimate daughter--one he fathered with a Bajoran! The Major, on the other hand, worries that Dukat might try to kill the girl in order to hide evidence of his indiscretions.

This was a decent episode and establishing Dukat's predilection towards Bajorans will turn out to be very important later in the series. However, my problem with the show is that it was just too darn easy to infiltrate the complex in which the survivors were being held prisoner--way, way too easy. Otherwise it's watchable and worth your time.


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