While the last Cardassian on the station, tailor Garak tries to become friends with Dr. Bashir, a Bajoran vessel approaches the station at high speed, followed by a Cardassian ship. The Bajoran, Tahna Los, gets beamed onto DS9 just in time before his ship is blown up and asks for asylum. Benjamin Sisko seems reluctant, but major Kira Nerys knows him. He's a member of the Kon Ma, a terrorist organization fighting Cardassia, but also accused of crimes against Bajorans. Upon his promise that he no longer wants to be a Kon Ma, Sisko decides not to hand him over to the Cardassians, while Kira works on getting amnesty from the government for Kon Ma Members. Then two female Klingon outcasts, Lursa and B'Etor arrive at the station. Written by
Arnoud Tiele (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Did You Know?
In Katharyn Powers original script, Kira and Tahna were to be lovers, but Michael Piller decided that this was a television cliché. Powers' version also had Tahna turning his back on terrorism and attempt to forge peace with the Cardassians, before being killed by his own people. See more
Commander Sisko refers to the Cardassian ship's commander as Gul Danar. However, the Gul never introduces himself by name any time during the episode. See more
Maybe there are still wars to be fought, and I'm just making a fool of myself doing what 'm doing here.
It sounds like you're trying to talk yourself into something - or out of something?
Either way I have to betray someone.
The only important thing is not to betray yourself.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Main Title
Written by Dennis McCarthy
Performed by Dennis McCarthy See more