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Prodigal Daughter

Review

Series : Deep Space Nine Rating : 2
Disc No : 7.3 Episode : 160
First Aired : 6 Jan 1999 Stardate : Unknown
Director : Victor Lobl Year : 2375
Writers : Bradley Thompson, David Weddle Season : 7
Guest Cast :
Clayton Landey as Fuchida
John Paragon as Bokar
Kevin Rahm as Norvo Tigan
Leigh Taylor-Young as Yanas Tigan
Mikael Salazar as Janel Tigan
YATI : Ezri complains that she has recieved an order of Gagh placed by Jadzia. She asks for it to be flushed into space. Okay, we know that the best Gagh is served live. So either Jadzia settled for inferior Gagh, or Ezri is about to condem those little critters to a very unpleasant death. Either way it seems a little problematic.

Plotline

When Chief O'Brien goes missing while on a mission to investigate the Syndicate, Ezri offers to ask her family to help. But it's her first visit home in years, and all is not well with the rest of her family.


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