Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Season 6, Episode 8

Resurrection (17 Nov. 1997)

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Major Kira takes a romantic interest in a Bajoran radical from the other universe who transports himself into her universe and onto DS9.

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Major Kira takes a romantic interest in a Bajoran radical from the other universe who transports himself into her universe and onto DS9.

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Bareil takes Kira hostage, and as per Sisko's orders they have a clear path to a runabout, at a landing pad. The runabout that they head to is located at an upper pylon, as evidenced at time index 4:13. See more »

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Lt. Commander Jadzia Dax: What about Captain Boday?
Major Kira: Captain Boday? You want me to bring Captain Boday to your quarters for dinner?
Lt. Commander Jadzia Dax: It's just a suggestion.
Major Kira: Well, it's a bad suggestion! Number one, you used to go out with Captain Boday, number two, Worf hates him, and number three - and we've discussed this many times - Captain Boday has a transparent skull.
Lt. Commander Jadzia Dax: And you don't like to see a man's brain. -... - What about Doctor Trag'tok? He's intelligent, he has a good physique - and he has a very opaque cranium.
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When somebody beams into ops Kira has a surprise; it is the late Vedek Bareil, her former lover. Of course there is a logical explanation for this; he is from the alternate universe. He attempts to take Kira hostage but is soon captured and asks if he can remain in this universe. The two of them get on well together although it is clear that he is suffering from some culture shock, his Bajor was very different, he didn't even appear know what the prophets or the orbs were, something every regular Bajoran would know about. It later becomes apparent that he did know about the orb; Attendant Kira has also come from the Alternate Universe and the two of them plan to steal the Orb of Prophecy. Obviously this plot is thwarted but only after Kira gets a tip off from an unlikely source.

This episode had some fun scenes I particularly like the scene where Worf doesn't believe a story Bareil is telling and the later scene where Dax and the doctor are curious about just what Kira and Bareil got up to the night before. Nana Visitor put in a good performance as the two Kiras and Philip Anglim was believable as Bareil; right until the end it was hard to be sure what his character would do.


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