Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Season 4, Episode 22

To the Death (13 May 1996)

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A renegade group of Jem'Hadar plunders Deep Space Nine. Sisko agrees to a combat operation with loyal Jem'Hadar to prevent the renegades completing a planetary gateway.

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A renegade group of Jem'Hadar have captured a Gateway, a device allowing instantaneous transport virtually anywhere. Sisko must lead a combined task force of Federation, Bajoran and loyal Jem'Hadar fighters to destroy the Gateway before it can be used on missions of conquest. Written by Anonymous

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Plot reveals that The Dominion has been in existence for over 2000 years - which would put its emergence around the 4th century A.D. on Earth. See more »

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When Sisko and Omet'iklan discuss their views on disciplinary methods, the corpse on the floor can be seen breathing (chest rising and falling). See more »

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Omet'iklan: [about his Starfleet allies] They'll never succeed as long as they value their lives more than victory.
Weyoun: There's something to be said for soldiers who aren't afraid to die.
Sisko: I don't know, I found that nothing keeps me alert quite like a healthy fear of death.
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An alliance with the Jem'Hadar
15 June 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

After returning from a mission in the Gamma Quadrant the crew of the Defiant are shocked to discover that DS9 had been subject to an attack from the Jem'Hadar while they were away, several people were killed and various pieces of equipment were stolen. Sisko immediately returns to the Defiant along with Worf, Dax, Odo and O'Brien and heads back to the Gamma Quadrant in pursuit. They soon find a Jem'Hadar ship, this isn't the one that attacked DS9 however, indeed it has been attacked and is about to explode. The crew are beamed to the Defiant and their leader, a Vorta called Wayoun informs them that they were attacked by the same renegade Jem'Hadar group that attacked DS9. When Sisko learns that the renegades are in control of an Iconian Gate which they are trying to repair. These gates were constructed millennia ago by a long extinct species which allow the users to transport across the galaxy. If the Jem'Hadar were to gain control of such a gate they could use it to instantly transport millions of troops to any planet they wish to invade. As they prepare to attack the renegades' base it is clear that the Jem'Hadar have a very low opinion of the fighting abilities of the Star Fleet officers but after fighting side to side on the raid the develop a grudging respect.

This was a pretty good episode which is notable for being the first to feature Weyoun, played by Jeffrey Combs who had previously appeared as the Ferengi Brunt. The raid while exciting was over quite soon but the build up was interesting and gave us plenty of good scenes showing the interaction of the two groups. The only scene that was a little weak was the holodeck simulation which was introduced as if it were the actual raid, this seemed a somewhat clichéd trick, I'd rather the viewer knew it was a simulation from the start, still that is a small gripe about an episode which was of a high quality overall.


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