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The Ship

Review

Series : Deep Space Nine Rating : 5
Disc No : 5.1 Episode : 99
First Aired : 7 Oct 1996 Stardate : 50049.3
Director : Kim Friedman Year : 2373
Writers : Pam Wigginton, Rick Cason Season : 5
Guest Cast :
F. J. Rio as Muniz
Hilary Shepard as Hoya
Kaitlin Hopkins as Kilana
YATI : When we see the bridge, all the Jem'Hadar are hanging dead from their chairs. Yet in "A Time To Stand", this exact same ship is used by Sisko and his officers on a raid, and they all complain that there are no chairs aboard because the Jem'Hadar never need to sit down.
Body Count : Five Starfleet officers - three on the Runabout plus Muniz and T'Lor. Plus all of the Jem'Hadar and one Founder.
Quote : "It may sound cruel, but we both know that ship out there was worth it. Those five deaths may save five thousand lives, or maybe even five million. And if I had to make the same trade all over again, I would. But five people are dead, fine men and women who deserved a lot more than to die on some lonely planet fifty thousand light years away from home." - Sisko to Dax

Plotline

Exploring a planet on the edge of Dominion space, Sisko and crew discover a crashed Jem'Hadar warship. Determined to claim the ship and score the intelligence coup of the decade, Sisko must deal with a Dominion force who seemingly care little for the vessel itself but are determined to retrieve something from inside at any cost.


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