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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine was the third TV series in the Star Trek franchise and was different from the first two in that it set on a space station rather than a star ship. The show featured more complicated, longer story lines than those seen on most other shows. It also had a well recognized cast featuring names like stage great Avery Brooks, the young Alexander Siddig, and veteran Star Trek actor Michael Dorn.

The basic premise of the show was a space station called Deep Space Nine, which initially orbited the war-torn planet Bajor. However, with the discovery of a stable wormhole, the station was moved. It was then the major stopping place for travelers using the wormhole between Deep Space Nine in the Alpha Quadrant and the Gamma Quadrant where the wormhole led to on the other side. This was the story line which ran throughout the entire series and was the key element in driving the plot of the Dominion War, which was featured in the later seasons of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.

As a largely episodic television series, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine had a rather large cast of both regular characters as well as very important and often featured secondary characters. The cast main cast remained mostly the same but gained Michael Dorn as Worf in the fourth season, while Terry Farrell, who played Jadzia Dax, left at the end of the season six opening. This opened the way for Nicole de Boer to be added to the cast as Ezri Dax in the show's seventh and final season. Most commonly seen of the secondary characters was Morn, who appeared in the bar for 91 episodes of the show yet never said a word.

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine was produced by Paramount Television and was not seen on any regular network. It was aired strictly in syndication on TV stations across the country and internationally.

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  • In part two of the series finale the Caradassian Rebellion reaches Dominion headquarters leaving Weyoun and the Female Changeling to realize that the end of their reign of terror may be near. The Federation Alliance wins their final battle against the Dominion and Breen with some heartbreaking consequences.

  • In the first part of the final episode of the series we find the Alpha Quadrant Alliance working together to prepare a final invasion of Cardassia. With their limited resources they work together to find a possible way to defeat the Dominion and the Breen. Benjamin is visited once more by his mother Sarah in a vision with news that his role as Emissary may soon end.

  • Stardate 52889.3: The Federation has started to catch up with the new Dominion-Breen weaponry. Arriving from the Utopia Planetia Fleet Yards is the U.S.S. Sao Paulo, a Defiant-class warship with the most up-to-date specs on Breen weaponry. With the arrival of the Sao Paulo, the Federation is once again back in the game. On Cardassia Prime, Colonel Kira, Garak, and Legate Damar attempt to bring more of the Cardassian military into their force, only to be caught in a trap. The three transport to the surface in an out-of-the-way place, but they see that they are in trouble. Their Jem'Hadar vessel is destroyed high above them, they are left stranded deep in enemy territory.

  • Stardate 52645.7: With Odo knocking at death's door, scant time remains to find a cure. In an effort to lure Section 31 out of hiding to obtain the vaccine, Doctor Bashir and Chief O'Brien have gone behind Captain Sisko's back. Now, telling him about their plan, Doctor Bashir informs Sisko that Section 31 is the only hope that Odo has left.

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