Quark and Rom have to rescue Grand Nagus Zek who's being held captive in the alternate universe.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lieutenant Ezri Dax / Ezri Tigan (as Nicole deBoer)
Jake Sisko (credit only)
Garak (as Andrew J. Robinson)


Quark and Rom have to rescue Grand Nagus Zek who's being held captive in the alternate universe.

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3 February 1999 (USA)  »

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The Mirror Universe counterparts of Kira and Ezri are currently the only portrayal of an unambiguously bisexual, gay or lesbian relationship within all Star Trek canon, i.e; not the result of a gender reversal. See more »


As Quark and Rom are carrying the invisible cloaking device through the corridors, Quark's hands are clenched fists which wouldn't allow him to carry a device as heavy as a cloaking device. See more »


[first lines]
Quark: [observing Dax and Bashir in an animated conversation] Have you ever seen anything so disgusting? The way he's undressing her with his eyes... And look at his hands!
Odo: What about his hands?
Quark: His gestures, they're obscene. You should arrest him.
Odo: You're joking.
Quark: He's pitiful. Doesn't he realize she loves me?
Odo: I don't think he does. To be honest, I don't think she does either.
Quark: Thanks for your support.
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The last (thank goodness) of the alternate universe episodes.
27 January 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

One of the weakest recurring plots on "Star Trek: Deep Space 9" were the alternate reality episodes. While I adored the original show in this genre, "Mirror, Mirror" from the the original "Star Trek", doing so many follow-up episodes in this same alternate universe really, really was a big mistake. The episodes frankly became tiresome and they were basically lazy writing and kept the show from exploring newer and better story lines.

When "The Emperor's New Cloak" begins, the Grand Nagus has disappeared. Soon a CONFIDENT and ASSERTIVE Ezri Dax shows up and you know she's from the alternate reality. It seems her friends have captured the Grand Nagus and will kill him unless Quark gives them a cloaking device--which they lack in this alternate universe. Not at all surprisingly, the folks in the alternate universe turn out to be liars and users--and won't honor their agreement. Can Rom and Quark STILL manage to come out on top...and with the Grand Nagus.

This alternate reality episode is a bit better than most--which isn't saying a lot. You get to see some cute Ferengi antics and a passionate lesbian kiss. And, weirdly, Vic Fontaine (James Darren) makes an appearance outside the holosuite, as he's apparently real in the alternate world. Not terrible.

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