Season 4, episodes 17 and 18. We're back after a minor transporter malfunction -- thank goodness for pattern buffers! First, will the real Emissary please stand up? And then Worf confronts his anger management issues.
Season 4, episodes 15 and 16: Worf takes a stab at honouring his brother, while Rom seizes the means of production.
Season 4, episodes 13 and 14: No amount of shape-shifting can free Odo from the Friend Zone. After that, Gul Dukat gets blanked by the Klingons.
Season 4, episodes 11 and 12: Sisko is literally out for blood after a Dominion terrorist attack on Earth. It’s just like the Great Monetary Collapse on Ferenginar.
Season 4, episodes 9 and 10: Worf stars in “Romancing the Bat’leth” while Bashir’s fantasy leaves us shaken, not stirred.
Season 4, episodes 7 and 8: Red alert! Special guest Admiral Bil Antoniou of Bad Gay Movies, the Alpha Quadrant’s most notorious subspace podcast, joins us again despite his transporter psychosis.
Season 4, episodes 5 and 6: Star Trek’s first same-sex kiss. But before that, Dukat tries flirting with Kira again.
Season 4, episodes 3 and 4: Capt. Sisko sees a bleak future where hardcover books have screens in their covers. Plus, the Jem’Hadar go cold turkey.
Season 4, episodes 1 and 2: Worf returns! And finally gets a promotion. Plus, the secret behind our name.
Season 3, episodes 25 and 26: Jadzia speed-dates the past hosts of Dax, and things get creepy when one asks about the lambs. Then Captain Sisko learns the enemy could be anyone. It's the season finale!
Season 3, episodes 23 and 24: A family that profits together stays together. Plus, Kira goes on a weekend uprising.
Season 3, episodes 21 and 22: The DS9 crew are voluntold to enter the Gamma Quadrant, where Enabran Tain is beaten at his own game. Et tu, Lovok? After that, it’s time to go sailing.
Season 3, episodes 19 and 20: Will Mirror Universe fashion ever catch up to our universe? And then a murder mystery leads to a vast conspiracy.
Season 3, episodes 17 and 18: If you met yourself in the future, what would you call yourself? Miles O’Brien prefers “Miles.” And then, Bashir comes down with a case of the birthday blues.
Season 3, episodes 15 and 16: The dangers of interpreting prophecy, plus the Grand Nagus gets born again after a trip through the wormhole.
Season 3, episodes 13 and 14: Bashir goes full Frankenstein with Vedek Bareil, and Odo tries to crack open a crystal but ends up cracking open his heart.
Season 3, episodes 11 and 12: In Past Tense, Jadzia Dax went back to 2024 and met the Zuckerberg of that time, while Sisko and Bashir got stuck in a riot. Wait, what if our current Zuckerberg is the Zuckerberg of 2024?
Season 3, episodes 9 and 10: Star Trek continues its anti-goatee propaganda as transporter anomaly Thomas Riker joins mirror universe Spock in sporting the evil look. Plus, how not to kiss.
Season 3, episodes 7 and 8: Gul Dukat sips his red leaf tea while the station burns, and Jadzia finds love in a phasing place.
Season 3, episodes 5 and 6. Deep Space Nine gets paternal. Kira finds a Cardassian father, Sisko finally meets his son’s girlfriend, and Odo tries his parenting skills on a... Jem’Hadar?