Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Season 4, Episode 13

Return to Grace (5 Feb. 1996)

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Dukat returns, stripped of his prestige, to escort Kira to a Cardassian conference about the Dominion. But an attack by a Klingon raider may give Dukat a chance to redeem himself in the eyes of his government.

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Kira has been asked by Shakaar to attend a conference on a remote Cardassian outpost. The two governments will exchange intelligence about the Klingons. The Major will be personally brought to this location by Gul Dukat. Ever since he brought his half Bajoran daughter Ziyal to Cardassia, things haven't been going well for him. He was stripped of his rank and is now a simple freighter captain. But, so he ensures Kira, it is only a temporary setback for him. When Kira arrives in Cardassian space, the outpost has been attacked by a Klingon bird-of-prey. All the diplomats are dead. Kira suggests mounting an outpost disruptor on the freighter to go after the Klingons. While Kira wants revenge for the dead diplomats, Dukat sees this as the perfect opportunity to redeem himself. Written by Arnoud Tiele (imdb@tiele.nl)

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Human characters receive only about two minutes of screen time. All of the characters in the rest of the episode are from alien races. See more »

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Major Kira Nerys: Odo, this is Tora Ziyal.
Odo: Gul Dukat's daughter.
Major Kira Nerys: She's gonna be living here on the station with us - for a while.
Odo: Ahh.
Major Kira Nerys: [sotto voce] I'll tell you all about it.
[walks off with Ziyal]
Odo: I certainly hope so.
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The African Queen
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This episode reminds me of "The African Queen" movie. The rough freighter captain and the missionary gal. They are on the same side but not liking each other. The underdog takes on the vastly superior ship though guts and improvising. The Klingon Captain is much like the Germain Captain... arrogant and not considering the smaller trade ship as a threat. It's an enjoyable episode with only two of the regular cast having any real screen time. The fun is watching Gul Dukat try to undermine Major Kira relationship with First Minister Shakaar. This is also one of the episodes that they try to soften Gul Dukat image and make him more of a complex character.


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