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IMAGE IN THE SAND (part 1 of 2) (*7.1)

written by Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler
directed by Allan Kroeker
music by
stardate unknown:

Three months after a possessed Gul Dukat killed Jadzia Dax and sealed the wormhole, life on Deep Space Nine
has changed. Kira, the acting commander, is upset when Admiral Ross informs her that the Romulans will set up
a station office, while Sisko has retreated to Earth to contemplate a way of contacting the Bajoran Prophets -- the
aliens who reside within the wormhole. When the vision of a woman's face, buried in the sand, appears to Sisko,
he sketches her, and Jake recognizes her from one of his grandfather's photos.

SHADOWS AND SYMBOLS (part 2 of 2) (*7.1)
written by Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler
directed by Allan Kroeker
stardate unknown:

Sisko meets Ezri, the new host of the Dax symbiont, before departing Earth for the planet Tyree with his father,
Joseph, and son Jake. Ezri wished to accompany them on their search for Bajor's mythical Orb of the Emissary,
which Sisko has been led to believe exists. Back at the station, Kira prepares a blockade to stop the Romulans,
who have placed weapons on a Bajoran moon. On a Klingon ship, Worf, O'Brien, Bashir, and Quark embark on a
mission of their own: to destroy a Dominion shipyard, thus securing a place for the spirit of Worf's dead wife
Jadzia in the sacred Klingon afterlife of Sto-vo-kor.


written by Rene Echevarria
directed by Les Landau.
music by
stardate unknown:
note: Ezri takes her place on DS9 as the station's counselor. Her first assignment involves helping Garak deal
with his claustrophobia, as it is interfering with his work.


written by Ron D Moore
directed by Chip Chalmers
music by
stardate unknown:

Vulcan Captain Solok brings his starship to Deep Space Nine for repairs made necessary from combat skirmishes.
Convinced his all-Vulcan crew is the finest in the fleet, he challenges former classmate and longtime rival Sisko to a
baseball game on the Holosuite. With only two weeks to whip his team into shape, Sisko vows he's going to beat
Solok - even though Jake is the only other person residing on the station who has ever played baseball.


working title was: "Redeemer"
written by Rene Echevarria
directed by Jonathan West
music by
stardate unknown:

A group of genetically enhanced humans, once under Bashir's care, escape from their medical facility home in the
hopes that the doctor -- who himself was genetically engineered as a child -- can cure their friend Sarina. Her
enhancements left her in a catatonic state, and Bashir attempts an untried procedure on her brain that initially
appears to have no effect. However, a few days later, Sarina speaks for the first time.


teleplay by David Weddle & Bradley Thompson
story by Philip Kim
directed by Stephen L. Posey
music by
stardate unknown:

Odo is lured to a secret meeting site, where he finds himself face to face with Weyoun, the Vorta leader of the
enemy Dominion. Weyoun announces that he's decided to defect and, in exchange for asylum, he promises to
provide valuable information that could help the Federation win the war. After the two board Odo's Runabout, the
ship is hailed by the Cardassians. Odo is shocked when the monitor displays Weyoun standing beside Damar.



written by Ron D Moore
directed by Allan Kroeker
music by
stardate unknown:
note: Kor mentions the "Klothos" as being his ship during the battle of Caleb V. The Klothos was Kor's ship in the
TOS episode "Time Trap." - Ron D Moore

To Worf's surprise, he is paid a visit by Kor, an aging Klingon war hero. Kor admits that his ambition has earned
him countless enemies, and that consequently he has been unable to secure the command of a ship. Worf
promises to find him a miltary command, and approaches General Martok with the request -- which is angrily
refused. Martok explains that years earlier Kor had denied Martok officer status because he was descended from
a common house. Undaunted, Worf appoints Kor as a third officer on the Ch'Tang, Martok's flagship, where he is
treated with awe by the crew -- much to Martok's chagrin.


THE SEIGE OF AR-558 (*7.4)

written by Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler
directed by Winrich Kolbe
music by
stardate unknown:
note: Annette Helde also played one of the alien scientists [Takar] on Voyager's Scientific Method
note: The production number is the same as the planet's designation!

While making a supply run to the front lines, on the barren planet AR-558, Sisko encounters Starfleet troops
that have been decimated during their five-month occupation of the largest Dominion communications array in
the sector. If they can figure out how it works, Starfleet will be able to tap into Dominion transmissions. In addition
to daily skirmishes with the enemy, the shell-shocked forces are constantly threatened by "Houdinis" -- anti-
personnel mines that "hide" in subspace, then explode without warning. Determined to help commanding officer
Nadia Larkin and her troops, Sisko stuns his crew by announcing that they're staying at the site indefinitely.



written by Rene Echevarria
directed by John Kretchmer
music by
stardate unknown:

Vedek Fala, a Bajoran monk and Kira's former teacher, pays her an unexpected visit. He gives Kira a crystal which
transports her to Empok Nor, where, to her horror, she is met by her old enemy Dukat -- a Cardassian who oversaw
the occupation of Bajor. He is now the leader of a Bajoran religious faction which worships the Pah-wraiths -- the
corporeal enemies of Bajor's prophets. Dukat want Kira to join his followers on the abandoned Cardassian space


teleplay by Ronald D. Moore
story by David Mack & John J. Ordover
directed by Anson Williams
music by
stardate unknown:

After losing his leg in battle, a somber Nog returns to the space station to recuperate. The crew try their best to
cheer him up, but the young ensign is struggling, both emotionally and physically, to cope with his disability, even
though his new biosynthetic leg works perfectly. After pushing away those who try the most diligently to help,
Nog decides to take his medical leave in the Holosuite world of 1962 Las Vegas lounge singer Vic Fontaine.


written by Bradley Thompson & David Weddle
directed by Victor Lobl
music by
stardate unknown:

Sisko is furious when he learns O'Brien has vanished while on a secret trip to New Sydney, where he was
searching for the widow of a criminal named Bilby, whom he befriended while undercover. Because Ezri's family
owns a mining operation in the system, Sisko asks her to help find O'Brien. Ezri returns home, where she's
reunited with her domineering mother, Yanas Tigan - a shrewd business woman - and her brothers Norvo and Janel,
who work for the business.