As the Dominion War comes to an end, Dukat goes to the Pah Wraiths to awaken them. Meanwhile the Dominion turn on the rebelling Cardassians, destroying them city by city. Will the Alliance ...
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As the Dominion War comes to an end, Dukat goes to the Pah Wraiths to awaken them. Meanwhile the Dominion turn on the rebelling Cardassians, destroying them city by city. Will the Alliance prevail over the Dominion? Will Garak and the Rebellion stop them before the destruction of Cardassia? Will Sisko stop the Pah Wraiths from rising?
The last person to leave the set was producer Ira Steven Behr, who waited until the electrical, and even lighting equipment had been packed up. On his way out, he said "I have many years to not be here." See more »
Weyoun is shown on display screens delivering an address to the Cardassian citizens about a city being destroyed as retribution for sabotage by Cardassian rebels. The insignia of the Dominion is in the background displayed backwards, indicating a flipped shot. See more »
I could have gone with a lower rating, but out of respect for all the hard work I gave it what gave it. I had good fun with the actual war stuff. Of course, there are so many impossible last-minute rescues and plot contrivances. But this is really as much fantasy as science fiction (the business with the prophets and their magical qualities). But the bad thing about a loooooooong final episode is that everything needs closure. At least some of the characters are staying behind and continuing their lives on the station. But we are treated to syrupy farewells, one after another. But I was told years ago that this was a good series and I would agree. It almost always kept me engaged and I got to know the people really well.
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