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"Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" The Homecoming (TV Episode 1993) Poster

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The seventy-sixth Rule of Acquisition is mentioned: "Every once in a while, declare peace. It confuses the hell out of your enemies".
Frank Langella's (Minister Jaro Essa) performances in this episode, "The Circle" and "The Siege" are uncredited at the actor's own request as he did the show for his children, not for exposure or money.
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Beginning with this episode, Marc Alaimo is credited with his character name (i.e. "Marc Alaimo as Gul Dukat"), a distinction that most of the series' recurring players would eventually attain.
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Dr. Bashir is revealed to be keen on military strategy.
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John Fleck was credited as Cardassian Overseer, but became a Name in the official Star Trek Customizable Card Game: Dakol.
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This takes place in 2370.
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"The Homecoming", along with "The Circle" and "The Siege", comprises the first Star Trek episodic three-parter. The next one wouldn't be until ENT: "Borderland," which aired almost eleven years later.
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This is part 1 of a 3 part story.
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John Fleck also played Ornithar in DS9 "The Search part 1", Koval in DS9 "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges" and Abaddon in Voyager "Alice" as well as Silik in seven episodes of Enterprise.
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A jacket worn by Richard Beymer in this episode was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay.
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Michael Patrick Bell has portrayed Zorn in "Encounter at Farpoint", Borum in DS9 "The Homecoming" and Drofo Aawa in DS9 "The Maquis, Part II".
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In the shooting script, Sisko refers to Sandy Koufax, rather than Bob Gibson as in the aired episode.
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The scenes in the labor camp on Cardassia IV were shot in Soledad Canyon, north of Los Angeles.
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Leslie Bevis makes her first appearance as Rionoj, the Boslic freighter captain, in this episode. She later appears in the season three episode "The Abandoned" and the season 4 finale "Broken Link", where her character is named.
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From this episode, Cirroc Lofton is dubbed by Julien Haggége in the German version.
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