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Series : Deep Space Nine Rating : 4
Disc No : 6.3 Episode : 132
First Aired : 24 Nov 1997 Stardate : Unknown
Director : Anson Williams Year : 2374
Writers : Pam Pietroforte Season : 6
Guest Cast :
Casey Biggs as Damar
Faith C. Salie as Sarina Douglas
Hilary Shepard Turner as Lauren
Jeannetta Arnette as Dr. Karen Loews
Jeffrey Combs as Weyoun
Michael Keenan as Patrick
Tim Ransom as Jack
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YATI : Exactly why is Lauren confined to a mental institute? She has never displayed any behaviour outside Human norms, let alone demonstrated any physical threat to herself or others. Okay she's very flirtatious, but so was Vash - it's hardly reason enough to be locked up!
Great Moment : I love Sisko's attitude when Bashir tries to convince him to recommend surrender to the Dominion. Take no prisoners Ben!
Factoid : Hilary Shepard Turner also played Hoya in Deep Space Nine's "The Ship".
Quote : "I don't care if the odds are against us! If we're going to lose, then we're going to go down fighting... so that when our descendants someday rise up against the Dominion, they'll know know what they're made of!" - Sisko to Bashir on the war.

Plotline

When Bashir takes charge of a group of super-intelligent genetically engineered misfits, he finds that they excel at intelligence work. But he faces a personal dilemma when they prove that the Federation cannot possibly win the war with the Dominion, and that the only logical course is immediate surrender.


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