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To the Death

Review

Series : Deep Space Nine Rating : 5
Disc No : 4.6 Episode : 94
First Aired : 13 May 1996 Stardate : 49904.2
Director : LeVar Burton Year : 2372
Writers : Ira Steven Behr, Robert Hewitt Wolfe Season : 4
Guest Cast :
Brian Thompson as Toman'torax
Clarence Williams III as Omet'iklan
Jeffrey Combs as Weyoun
Scott Haven as Virak'kara
YATI : So this Iconian building is made of neutronium? One cubic metre of that stuff weighs umpty-billion tons. The building should sink to the centre of the planet if it is so immensely heavy. Or are there some sort of anti-gravity systems holding it in place?
Great Moment : Seeing DS9 with a whole pylon blasted off.
Body Count : Lots! I couldn't keep count, but at least a dozen or so Jem'Hadar, several Starfleet officers, plus Weyoun.
Factoid : According to the script, when Weyoun claps Odo on the shoulder he is infecting him with the disease that will force his return to the Great Link at the end of the season.

Plotline

After a Jem'Hadar raid on DS9, Sisko takes the Defiant through to the Gamma Quadrant in persuit - and finds another group of Jem'Hadar chasing his quarry. Apparently those who attacked the station are renegades who are in posession of an Iconian Gateway (see "Contagion", episode 36 tape 19), making them a threat to the Dominion and Federation alike. Sisko and the Jem'Hadar team up for a joint operation to take on the renegades.
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