The runabout Ganges returns to Deep Space Nine in serious trouble. The ship has no power, the hatch can't be opened and oxygen is running out. Also there seems to be an extra person on board. O'Brien is able to open the hatch and recognizes the guest as Vash, a corrupt archaeologist, from his time on Enterprise. She tells them she has been traveling in the Gamma Quadrant for two years and has collected artifacts there. O'Brien meanwhile can't find anything wrong with the ship other than the power was being drained. Then the same malfunction appears on DS9. Dangerous blackouts are hitting the station. Meanwhile Vash gets a unexpected visit in her quarters. It's Q, the omnipotent being, and he seems upset Vash left him. He wants her back.
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Did You Know?
Van Epperson has appeared in three Star Trek spin-off series. His first Star Trek appearance, as a morgue attendant in TNG "Time's Arrow, Part II" was deleted from the final version but he is still credited in the ending crawl. His second Star Trek appearance was a Bajoran clerk in charge of the station's assay office in DS9 "Q-Less". In his third Star Trek appearance, he played a "burlesque show alien" (credited as Alien Man) in Enterprise "Broken Bow". See more
When the clerk in the station's assay office is entering in the items Vash is putting into her locker, the computer beeps after he enters in each item except for the last one. With the last item, the computer doesn't beep. The next beep is several seconds later after Vash says something and the Clerk says, "End inventory." See more
An abysmal place.
Earth. Oh, don't get me wrong. Thousand years ago it had character - Crusades, Spanish Inquisition, Watergate... Now it's just mind-numbingly dull.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Main Title
Written by Dennis McCarthy
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