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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Episode cast overview:
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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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Final appearance of Bareil. See more »


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 »


[first lines]
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 brains. -... - What about Doctor Trag'tok? He's intelligent, he has a good physique... and he has a very opaque cranium.
Major Kira: ...
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Illogical and overdone
16 January 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

On the original "Star Trek", a wonderful classic was "Mirror, Mirror"--where Kirk and several other crew members somehow beam onto a DIFFERENT Enterprise in an alternate universe. Here, the Enterprise is an instrument of evil and the crew are all a bunch of cut-throats-- and it was terrific fun to watch. So, when "Star Trek: Deep Space 9" did a follow-up show about this universe, I naturally loved it. However, as the saying goes, you can definitely get too much of a good thing-- and the lazy writers began writing more and more episodes set in this grim world. By this particular episode, they've interacted with these folks five times (or so) and this one, aside from being totally unoriginal, is also sloppily written and I'd rank this among the bottom 10 or 20 for the series.

The show begins with Bareil beaming onto DS9. Those who regularly watch the series know it must involve the alternates because Bareil died a year or more ago in the series. Instead of this other Bareil being a holy man, however, this one is a thief and he is on a mission to do bad things. There are several HUGE problems with all this. First, although Major Kira knows of the parallel world and has visited, she almost instantly trusts the evil Bareil! Second, at the very end, the evil guy behaves in a way that isn't one bit consistent with his character. And, third, he goes back with the EVIL Kira to his old world--even though he'll obviously be killed for his actions. Does any of this really make any sense? Nope. It just seemed like a throw-away episode--one that somehow made it to production even though it was ridden with logical errors and was pretty dull as well.

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