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Hippocratic Oath

Series : Deep Space Nine Rating : 4
Disc No : 4.1 Episode : 75
First Aired : 16 Oct 1995 Stardate : 49066.5
Director : Rene Auberjonois Year : 2372
Writers : Lisa Klink, Nick Corea Season : 4
Guest Cast :
Jerry Roberts as Meso'Clan
Marshall Teague as Temo'Zuma
Michael H. Bailous as Jem'Hadar #1
Roderick Garr as Regana Tosh
Scott MacDonald as Goran'Agar
Stephen Davies as Arak'Taral
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YATI : So, in this episode they declare that O'Brien is a Chief Petty Officer. Not a Lieutenant, then, like Riker called him in "Where Silence has Lease"?
Great Moment : It's nice to see that the Jem'Hadar aren't quite the empty machines we've been told they are.
Quote : "I have fought against races that believe in mythical beings who guide their destinies and await them after death. They call them gods. The Founders are like Gods to the Jem'Hadar, but our Gods never talk to us, and they don't wait for us after death. They only want us to fight for them, and die for them." - Goran'Agar to Bashir.

Plotline

Marooned on a planet in the Gamma Quadrant, Bashir and O'Brien find a group of rebel Jem'Hadar. Their leader was stranded on the planet some time ago without his supply of Ketracel White, and suffered no ill effects. Believing that something about the planet prevents the withdrawal from the drug, he has brought his men here to escape the Founders. But as the effects of White deprivation grip the rest of his men, the Jem'Hadar begin to fall apart - and Bashir must decide whether to help his enemy or abandon his principles.


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