Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Season 2, Episode 26

The Jem'Hadar (12 Jun. 1994)

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Sisko and Quark and a strange telepathic woman are arrested by Jem'Hadar, soldiers of the Dominion.

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Sisko wants to spend more quality time with Jake and encourages him to think of a science project. They decide to make a field trip to a planet in the Gamma Quadrant that's in a early stage of evolution. Then Jake wants to bring Nog along. He needs a good grade to stay in school. When Quark hears Nog is coming, he wants too. He's convinced he can turn back Sisko's decision to not let use him the station's monitors for advertising. After doing some initial research on the planet, they have a meal. With Jake and Nog away, an alien woman suddenly approaches the campfire. She shoots down Sisko with a telepathic weapon and claims she is on the run for the Jem'Hadar, soldiers of the Dominion. She advises Sisko and Quark to run, but it's too late. The three are taking captive by them. Written by Arnoud Tiele (imdb@tiele.nl)

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This is the only time in the series where a Vorta (Eris) uses their telekinetic powers. See more »

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Commander Sisko says the planet him, Jake, Quark, and Nog are on is a lot like Earth during the early Devonian Period. However, they are walking through a lush forest with tall trees. However, during the early Devonian Period, plant life on Earth was limited to small shrubs. The first trees and forests didn't appear until the late Devonian Period. See more »

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Third Talak'talan: Here is a list of vessels we've destroyed for violating our territory.
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Third Talak'talan: From the Bajoran colony on our side of the anomaly. You should be proud. I hear they fought well for a spiritual people. I hope we won't have to repeat this lesson.
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The Jem'Hadar.....aliens who are seriously kindness impaired and the action seriously heats up!
19 December 2014 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This episode introduces the Jem'Hadar--the army working as enforcers for the Dominion. Who or what the Dominion are still remains to be seen.

When the episode begins, Sisko is planning a trip through the wormhole for a father-son outing. Jake asks if Nog can come along-- which isn't as the Commander had planned--but he agrees. However, Nog unexpectedly brings along Uncle Quark and Quark makes himself about as welcome as a case of hemorrhoids! He clearly HATES camping out and getting back to nature--and it's comical for a while. However, an alien who is being chased by super-scary soldiers (members of the Jem'Hadar). Quark, the Commander and runaway alien are taken prisoner. What's next? How about some good old fashioned carnage and mayhem!

This is an excellent episode because these new alien baddies are incredibly scary--arrogant, powerful and contemptuous of the Federation. Stay tuned to subsequent episodes for much, much more action concerning the Dominion, Jem'Hadar and their allies.


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