Deep Space Nine
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First Aired :
7 Oct 1998
Everybody claims that Kira's forces are vastly over-matched by the Romulans. Okay, so why not move the station to the moon using the same technology they used to move it to the wormhole in the first place? We're always being told it's a Bajoran station after all, and it's massively armed. Even if it couldn't make it to the moon in time to aid the blockade, she could have her fleet scatter and then threaten to use the station to destroy the base and the Romulan fleet once it did get there.
The Klingon Worf recites after their mission is successful is "Open your gates, Sto-vo-kor. Welcome Jadzia to your halls. Welcome this honored warrior. Welcome her, Sto-Vo-Kor, for all eternity."
The writing on the wall in Benny's hospital room is actual writing, written by the entire Art department under Michael Okuda's direction. He had them copy out episode summaries for all Deep Space Nine episodes, so that when Benny refers to them as his stories he is being literal - the walls bear the entire history of Deep Space Nine.
The Romulans establish a hospital on an unused Bajoran moon. But when they move heavy weapons in to "defend" it, Kira takes a stand that may end the entire alliance against the Dominion. Meanwhile, Sisko follows his vision in an attempt to locate the last remaining Orb of the Prophets. Ezri, the latest host of the Dax symbiont, tags along despite the fact that she is still struggling to cope with a joining she was never prepared for.