Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Season 1

Episodes

# Air Date Title
1 Dec 30
1992

Emissary (1)

Commander Benjamin Sisko takes command of the Bajoran space station Deep Space Nine, formerly Terok Nor, recently abandoned by the Cardassian Empire. The discovery of the first…

2 Dec 30
1992

Emissary (2)

Commander Benjamin Sisko takes command of the Bajoran space station Deep Space Nine, formerly Terok Nor, recently abandoned by the Cardassian Empire. The discovery of the first…

3 Jan 10
1993

Past Prologue

Stardate: Unknown
Major Kira’s loyalties are questioned when she helps an old friend, now a suspected terrorist trying to destroy the Bajoran Wormhole, who seeks as…

4 Jan 17
1993

A Man Alone

Stardate: 46421.5
Mob hysteria grips the station when Odo is suspected of committing a murder after a Bajoran’s body is discovered.

5 Jan 23
1993

Babel

Stardate: 46423.7
Miles O’Brien unknowingly triggers a Cardassian booby trap that releases a potentially fatal virus throughout the station. This Aphasia virus resu…

6 Jan 30
1993

Captive Pursuit

Stardate: Unknown
O’Brien befriends an alien who belongs to a race of beings that are bred to be hunted by another species.

7 Feb 07
1993

Q-Less

Stardate: 46531.2
Q arrives on DS9 fresh from exploring the Gamma Quadrant with Vash. Soon afterwards, power fluctuations grip the station.

8 Feb 06
1993

Dax

Stardate: 46910.1
Dax’s previous host, Curzon, is accused of a murder committed 30 years ago, and Jadzia is unwilling to defend him, even though she hides an alibi…

9 Feb 21
1993

The Passenger

Bashir is posessed by an alien criminal in an attempt to hijack a Gamma quadrant freighter filled with the Human Tornado – Dolemite.

10 Mar 14
1993

Move Along Home

Stardate: Unknown
When Quark is caught cheating from an alien delegation from the Gamma Quadrant, they exact revenge by turning the senior crew into the playing pieces of…

11 Mar 21
1993

The Nagus

Quark is appointed as ruler of the Ferengi Empire when the Grand Nagus enters into early retirement; however, all is not as it may seem. Meanwhile, Commander Sisko is concerned…

12 Apr 18
1993

Vortex

Stardate: Unknown
Odo arrests a criminal from the Gamma Quadrant who offers to take him to his people on the other side of the wormhole.

13 Apr 25
1993

Battle Lines

Stardate: Unknown
Sisko, Bashir, Kira and Kai Opaka become stranded on a planet ravaged by war where the inhabitants can’t die and are unable to leave. Kai Opaka is…

14 May 02
1993

The Storyteller

Stardate: 46729.1
O’Brien is appointed as the spiritual leader of a Bajoran village when he and Bashir are unable to save the dying predecessor. O’Brien must…

15 May 09
1993

Progress

Stardate: 46844.3
While overseeing an evacuation mission, Kira must try to persuade a stubborn old farmer to leave his home.

16 May 16
1993

If Wishes Were Horses

Stardate: 46853.2
The inhabitants of Deep Space Nine are mystified when their fantasies turn into reality, however, these occurrences foreshadow a disaster.

17 May 23
1993

The Forsaken

Stardate: 46925.1
Lwaxana Troi pays a visit to Deep Space Nine, and soon falls for Odo. Next, the station’s computer starts behaving like an attention-hungry child.…

18 May 30
1993

Dramatis Personae

Stardate: 46922.3
Sisko and Kira are possessed by alien forces and fight for control of the station.

19 Jun 13
1993

Duet

Stardate: Unknown
Major Kira makes a shocking discovery while trying to uncover the identity of a suspected Cardassian war criminal.

20 Jun 20
1993

In the Hands of the Prophets

Stardate: Unknown
Keiko O’Brien’s teaching about the science behind the Bajoran Wormhole causes a religious uprising among the Bajoran community that threaten…

About Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

When the Cardassian occupation of Bajor ended in 2369, the mining space-station Terok Nor was left abandoned, its systems ripped out. By invitation of the provisional Bajoran government, Starfleet stepped in to oversee the rebuilding and day-to-day operations of the newly christened Deep Space Nine. Starfleet’s position was a tentative one, many Bajorans suspicious and unwelcoming as a result of Cardassian oppression and brutality. However the alliance held and soon DS9 was a center of travel and commerce thanks to a newly found stable wormhole, leading to the largely unexplored Gamma Quadrant.

Then after two years, the Dominion – a hierarchy of three separate species, the xenophobic Changelings, the diplomatic but shifty Vorta and genetically-bred soldiers, the Jem’Hadar – made their presence known. Seeing these new travelers coming through the wormhole as a threat to their power base, they decided to bring their version of order to the Alpha Quadrant… by conquering it.

So began the war. At first fought covertly, then in plain sight, the war would soon drag each of their major powers in as their governments struggled against paranoia and shifting loyalties, thanks to Changeling infiltrators. This war wasn’t for territory or power, it was for freedom.

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