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Strange Bedfellows

Review

Series : Deep Space Nine Rating : 2
Disc No : 7.5 Episode : 168
First Aired : 21 Apr 1999 Stardate : Unknown
Director : Rene Auberjonois Year : 2375
Writers : Ronald D. Moore Season : 7
Guest Cast :
Casey Biggs as Damar
J. G. Hertzler as General Martok
James Otis as Solbor
Jeffrey Combs as Weyoun
Louise Fletcher as Winn Adami
Marc Alaimo as Gul Dukat
Penny Johnson as Kasidy Yates
Salome Jens as Female Shapeshifter
YATI : Y'know, all this "no crime in the 24th century" stuff has led to a terrible decline in the quality of their containment techniques. It seems that every time anybody is confined they manage to escape or get released almost instantly. There seem to be no controls on visitors, no cameras in the cells, no alarm systems, nothing that would make escape difficult or impossible. This episode is far from being the only example, but it's a pretty good one - Worf and Ezri escape not only from their cell, but then get away from the ship they are on and make their way all the way back to DS9.

Plotline

Dax and Worf are headed back to Cardassia to face a war crimes trial, as the Breen make their presence felt in the war. Damar begins to realize the magnitude of Dukats folly in joining the Dominion...
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