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Rocks and Shoals

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Series : Deep Space Nine Rating : 5
Disc No : 6.1 Episode : 125
First Aired : 6 Oct 1997 Stardate : 51107.2
Director : Mike Vejar Year : 2374
Writers : Ronald D. Moore Season : 6
Guest Cast :
Andrew J. Robinson as Elim Garak
Aron Eisenberg as Nog
Christopher Shea as Keevan
Joseph Fuqua as Ensign Paul Gordon
Lilyan Chauvin as Vedek Yassim
Paul S. Eckstein as Limara'Son
Phil Morris as Remata'Klan
Sarah MacDonnell as Lieutenant Lisa Neeley
YATI : Okay, so Sisko wants to find a way to keep all the Jem'Hadar alive. Well, why not just stun them all in the battle instead of killing them? Leave the Ketracel White that his own ship was stocked up with so that they have a new supply when they wake up. Let Starfleet know where to go to pick them up once you are away. End of problem.
Body Count : Ten Jem'Hadar and at least one Defiant crewman are killed.
Factoid : Paul S. Eckstein is no stranger to Trek - In Voyager he played Morak in "Prophecy", a Hirogen in "Flesh and Blood" Part 1 and 2 and "The Killing Game" Part 1 and 2, and Supervisor Yost in "Gravity". In Deep Space Nine he played a Jem'Hadar officer in "The Dogs of War".
Quote : "It is not my life to give up, captain. And it never was." - Remata'Klan to Sisko

Plotline

Crashed on a deserted planet, Sisko and crew find themselves facing the remnants of a Jem'Hadar group under the command of the wounded Vorta Keevan. Keevan is prepared to sell out the Dominion to ensure his own survival, but first he wants Sisko to dispose of the Jem'Hadar for him - will the Captain participate in a slaughter?


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