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The Circle

Review

Series : Deep Space Nine Rating : 3
Disc No : 2.1 Episode : 21
First Aired : 3 Oct 1993 Stardate : Unknown
Director : Corey Allen Year : 2370
Writers : Peter Allan Fields Season : 2
Guest Cast :
Anthony Guidera as Cardassian
Bruce Gray as Admiral Chekote
Eric Server as Peace officer
Frank Langella as Minister Jaro Essa
Louise Fletcher as Winn Adami
Mike Genovese as Zef'no
Philip Anglim as Vedek Bareil
Richard Beymer as Li Nalas
Stephen Macht as General Krim
Moral :
Heros : Heros are not always what they're cracked up to be.
Quote : "If you want to change the government, Minister Jaro, you vote to change it. You don't sneak up from behind it with a dagger." - Kira to Jaro.

Plotline

Kira is replaced as first officer of DS9 by the hero she rescued, and returns to Bajor with Vedek Bariel. The Circle forcess the government into retreat, and soon a group of Circle assault ships is on the way to take possesion of the station. Sisko, violating orders and the Prime Directive itself, decides to stay and fight it out.


Copyright Graham Kennedy Page views : 2,483 Last updated : 25 Sep 2005