Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Season 6, Episode 17

Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night (1 Apr. 1998)

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After receiving some disturbing information for Gul Dukat, Major Kira seeks Sisko's approval as Emissary to travel back in time to find out the truth about her mother. Meanwhile, Chief ... See full summary »

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After receiving some disturbing information for Gul Dukat, Major Kira seeks Sisko's approval as Emissary to travel back in time to find out the truth about her mother. Meanwhile, Chief O'Brien and Dr. Bashir discuss a holosuite program surrounding the Battle of the Alamo. Written by Moviedude1

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Kira Meru: What do you expect me to do? Kick and bite Dukat every time he comes near me? How is that gonna help Taban or the children?
Kira Nerys (as Luma Rahl): Oh, is that what you tell yourself, that you're doing it for the children? The clothes, the food, the easy living, that you're doing it all for them? Are you that deluded? It's not for them. It's for you. You like it here. You enjoy playing house with that murderer. Don't you see what you are? What you've allowed yourself to become? You're a collaborator!
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The awkward facts about Kira's mother
17 August 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

When Dukat contacts Major Kira and claims that her mother left her father for him she must learn the truth so uses the Orb of Time to travel back to that time to learn the truth. Although she promised not to do anything that might change the past she quickly acts to protect her parents when other Bajorans try to take their food. She and her mother are soon selected by a Bajoran collaborator to provide 'comfort' to the Cardassians stationed on DS9, or Terok Nor as it was then called. Her mother is soon selected by Gul Dukat but at first Kira can't believe she is with him willingly, soon however she realises her mother is indeed a collaborator. She agrees to help the resistance carry out an attack that will kill Dul Dukat and her mother but at the last minute she can't let her mother die.

This was an good episode which made Major Kira question her beliefs, about her mother, Gul Dukat and those who collaborated. Dukat comes across as manipulative as we would expect but he was true to his word when he said he would look after Kira's mother's family; so in a way Kira owes her life to him. We also got look at an earlier period of the occupation than I think we've seen before, it was interesting to see just how many Bajorans happily collaborated with the occupying forces.


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