Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Season 2, Episode 21

The Maquis: Part 2 (1 May 1994)

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Sisko tries to resolve the Maquis crisis by preventing a war, freeing Gul Dukat and offering the defected Hudson the chance to return.

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Sisko, Bashir and Kira have been taken captive by Cal Hudson. Once again the two commanding officers try to convince each other, but when Sisko refuses to join Hudson's cause, he stuns them. After returning to the station Sisko orders O'Brien to find Gul Dukat and decides not to tell Starfleet about Hudson. Meanwhile Odo has found out Quark's trade. He and Sisko interrogate the Ferengi and find out what he was selling. Then the Cardassian legate Parn arrives with a surprising message. Parn tells Central Command was indeed secretly smuggling weapons, but that this was the doing of Gul Dukat. Sisko and Kira don't believe it all and Sisko realizes that Hudson was telling the truth. Sisko aims for the best possible scenario: preventing a war, freeing Dukat and offering Hudson the possibility to return. Written by Arnoud Tiele (imdb@tiele.nl)

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This takes place in 2370. See more »

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Parn: [about DS9] I am afraid this place has lost its charm since the last time I was here.
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Can Sisko shoot his friend?
29 March 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This episode continues where the previous episode left off: after following a lead to find the location of Gul Dukat Commander Sisko is surprised to find that the Marquis are being led by his friend Cal Hudson. He tries to persuade his friend to stop his actions but ends up being stunned, by the time he recovers the Marquis are long gone. Odo arrests Quark for his dealings with Sakonna and he is soon telling Sisko everything he knows. This leads Sisko and a group of DS9 officers to the site where Dukat is being held. With Sakonna in custody they learn of the target the Marquis are planning to attack, the question is how far is Sisko willing to go to prevent his friend achieving his goal?

This was a decent enough episode although the Marquis didn't really come across as a serious threat; we weren't shown anything to suggest they were anything more than a dozen or so people with a couple of small ships. The ending also felt a little chiché.


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