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Covenant

Review

Series : Deep Space Nine Rating : 2
Disc No : 7.3 Episode : 158
First Aired : 25 Nov 1998 Stardate : Unknown
Director : Jonathan Kretchmer Year : 2375
Writers : Rene Echevarria Season : 7
Guest Cast :
Jason Leland Adams as Benyan
Marc Alaimo as Gul Dukat
Mark Piatelli as Brin
Maureen Flannigan as Mika
Miriam Flynn as Midwife
Norman Parker as Vedek Fala
YATI : Why on Earth did Dukat kidnap Kira, and why on Earth did his followers go along with it? I mean, they're all preaching about how the pagh-wraiths are all peaceful and loving after all, but they kidnap people to explain this to them? And surely Dukat didn't really expect Kira to agree with him and become a pagh-wraith follower? I could understand it if he had some ulterior motive for taking her there and was using all the religious babble as a cover, but apparently not.

Plotline

Kira is abducted from Deep Space Nine by a Dominion transporter, and finds herself in the midst of a Pah-Wraith cult began by none other than Dukat on Empok Nor. But as Kira desperately attempts to convince his followers that Dukat is misleading them, she discovers that faith can be a hard thing to crack.
Copyright Graham Kennedy Page views : 7,902 Last updated : 18 Apr 2004