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Change of Heart

Review

Series : Deep Space Nine Rating : 4
Disc No : 6.4 Episode : 139
First Aired : 4 Mar 1998 Stardate : 51597.2
Director : David Livingston Year : 2374
Writers : Ronald D. Moore Season : 6
Guest Cast :
Todd Waring as Lasaran
YATI : In this episode they say that the Dominion will be sure to detect any tricorder scans they take on Cardassia. So after Jadzia is wounded, why does Worf tell her to scan herself once every half an hour?
Great Moment : Worf turning back to save his wife. For him of all people, choosing family over duty must have been an incredibly tough decision.
Body Count : The Dominion spy.
Factoid : Todd Waring played DeCurtis in DS9's "Whispers".
Quote : Worf : "I have a sense of humour. On the Enterprise I was considered to be quite amusing."
Dax : "That must have been one dull ship."
Worf. "That is a joke. I get it. It is not funny, but I get it."

Plotline

Worf and Dax are sent out to pick up a Cardassian who has been passing intelligence to the Federation. But when Dax is badly injured, Worf must a stark choice - save the life of the woman he loves or complete the mission.


Copyright Graham Kennedy Page views : 2,218 Last updated : 9 Oct 2003