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Tears of the Prophets

Review

Series : Deep Space Nine Rating : 5
Disc No : 6.7 Episode : 149
First Aired : 17 Jun 1998 Stardate : Unknown
Director : Allan Kroeker Year : 2374
Writers : Hans Beimler, Ira Steven Behr Season : 6
Guest Cast :
Andrew J. Robinson as Elim Garak
Aron Eisenberg as Nog
Barry Jenner as Admiral Ross
Bob Kirsh as Glinn
Casey Biggs as Damar
David Birney as Letant
J. G. Hertzler as General Martok
James Darren as Vic Fontaine
Jeffrey Combs as Weyoun
Marc Alaimo as Gul Dukat
YATI : When the Defiant heads out to invade Cardassian space, why doesn't Bashir go with it? He has almost always accompanied the ship on major missions before, and will almost always do so again in the future.
Great Moment : Dukat blasting the Orb and shutting down the wormhole.
Body Count : Jadzia of course, plus an unknown number in the battle for Chin'Toka.

Plotline

Starfleet finally goes on the offensive and launches an invasion of Dominion space - only to find themselves facing Jem'Hadar suicide tactics and an apparently impregnable Cardassian defence system. Back on the station, Gul Dukat launches an offensive of his own - this one backed by a Pagh-Wraith and aimed at the Prophets themselves.
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