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The Homecoming

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Review

Series :
Deep Space Nine
Rating :
3
Disc No :
Episode :
20
First Aired :
26 Sep 1993
Stardate :
Unknown
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Year :
Writers :
Season :
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Moral :
YATI :
The Runabout left four people on the surface - yet made no attempt to beam them up as they headed up into space.
Factoid :
This is the first of a three part story, the first three parter ever shown in Star Trek.

Plotline

With Bajoran rebel group "The Circle" on the move, the Provisional Government is looking shaky. Major Kira uncovers evidence that Bajoran hero Li Nalas may still be alive and she determines to break him out of a Cardassian prison camp, believeing that he may be able to bring peace.
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