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Dramatis Personae

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Title :
Dramatis Personae
Series :
Deep Space Nine
Rating :
3
Disc No :
Episode :
17
First Aired :
30 May 1993
Stardate :
46922.3
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Year :
Writers :
Season :
Main Cast :
Guest Cast :
Jeff Pruitt as Ensign
Randy Pflug as Guard
Stephen Parr as Valerian
Tom Towles as Hon'Tihl
YATI :
At the end of the episode they open an airlock and blow the telepathic cloud out of the door. So... the energy cloud is blown about by the wind? Does this make sense?

Plotline

When a Klingon vessel returning from the Gamma Quadrant explodes, only one of the crew is beamed onto DS9. He lives only seconds, but with his death the station crew begin behaving very peculiarly.
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