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Series :
Deep Space Nine
Rating :
2
Disc No :
Episode :
150
First Aired :
30 Sep 1998
Stardate :
Unknown
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So Sisko can just take an extended leave of absence and go peel potatoes because he's feeling down? In the middle of a war?

Remember back in TNG's "The Enemy", when Worf said he had no complaints and Picard replied that he would be the last person who would ever complain, even if he had a good reason? Well, Worf sure complains about having to guard a convoy in this episode. I guess hanging around Humans is finally rubbing off on him.

Great Moment :
Ezri. Nicole de Boer is so cute!

Plotline

Worf and friends head off on a near suicide mission to destroy a Dominion shipyard in Jadzia's name, in order to secure her a place in Sto-Vo-Kor. Meanwhile, back on Earth Sisko has a vision from the prophets and makes some disturbing discoveries about his past. To cap it all, an unfamiliar face arrives with a surprising revelation.
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