SEASON SIX

 

Episode 1 - A Time to Stand

After three months of fighting, the Federation is no closer to winning the war. Captain Sisko and his crew are ordered to take a Jem`Hadar ship into Cardassian space in order to destroy the storage facility that houses Ketrocel White

First US transmission : 4th October

Writers : Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler. Director : Allan Kroeker

Special Guest Stars : Garak (Andrew J Robinson), Weyoun (Jeffrey Combs), Gul Dukat (Marc Alaimo), Nog (Aron Eisenberg), General Martok (J G Hertzler), Damar (Casey Biggs), Admiral Ross (Barry Jenner), Joseph Sisko (Brock Peters)

 


Episode 2 - Rocks and Shoals

With their Jem`Hadar ship damaged, it crashes onto a planet which is inhabited by a marooned Vorta and a battalion of Jem`Hadar. The Vorta offers to trade the captives for Sisko and medical assistance from Bashir. Sisko agrees but upon meeting the Vorta he learns of the true motivation behind the exchange.

First US transmission : 11th October 1997

Writer : Ronald D Moore. Director : Michael Vejar

Special Guest Stars : Garak (Andrew J Robinson), Remata`Klan (Phil Morris), Keevan (Christopher Shea), Nog (Aron Eisenberg), Limara`Son (Paul S Eckstein), Vedek Yassim (Lilyan Chauvin), Lieutenant Neeley (Sarah MacDonnell), Ensign Gordon (Joseph Fuqua)

 


Episode 3 - Sons and Daughters

Sisko, his crew and the Vorta are rescued by General Martok. While docked at Starbase 375, Martok receives replacement troops including Worf`s son Alexander. Worf soon realizes that Alexander is still not prepared to live among Klingons, but is persuaded to instruct him on how to fight. He quickly becomes frustrated and decides that it would be best if his son were to return home.

First US transmission : 18th October 1997

Writers : Bradley J Thompson & David Weddle. Director : Jesus Salvador Trevino

Special Guest Stars : Alexander Rozhenko (Marc Worden), Gul Dukat (Marc Alaimo), General Martok (J G Hertzler), Tora Ziyal (Melanie Smith), Damar (Casey Biggs), Ch`Targh (Sam Zeller), N`Garen (Gabrielle Union)


Episode 4 - Behind the Lines

With Rom`s help, Major Kira is able to stir up some bad feelings between the Cardassians and the Jem`Hadar. The major is surprised when Odo speaks out against what she has done and Kira questions Odo`s loyalties. She begins to have further doubts in him when the Female Changeling arrives on the station to visit with him. Odo links with the Changling in order to settle his mind. Kira fears that he may unknowingly reveal too much to the Female Changeling and jeopardize the Resistance.

First US transmission : 25th October 1997

Writer : Rene Echevarria, Director : LeVar Burton

Special Guest Stars : Female Changeling (Salome Jens), Weyoun (Jeffrey Combs), Gul Dukat (Marc Alaimo), Rom (Max Grodenichik), Nog (Aron Eisenberg), Damar (Casey Biggs), Admiral Ross (Barry Jenner)

 


Episode 5 - Favor the Bold

With Rom waiting execution, Kira and Quark turn to Ziyal and asks her to speak with her father, Dukat. Dukat, however, is busy with preparations to destroy the mine field, allowing Jem`Hadar reinforcements through the wormhole. Meanwhile, on Starbase 375 Sisko`s announcement of his plan to retake DS9 is met with skepticism.

Fist US transmission : 1st November 1987

Writers : Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler, Director : Winrich Kolbe

Special Guest Stars : Female Changeling (Salome Jens), Garak (Andrew J Robinson), Weyoun (Jeffrey Combs), Gul Dukat (Marc Alaimo), Rom (Max Grodenchik), Nog (Arom Eisenberg), General Martok (JG Hertzler), Tora Ziyal (Melanie Smith), Damar (Casey Biggs), Leeta (Chase Masterson), Admiral Ross (Barry Jenner)


Episode 6 - The Sacrifice of Angels

Sisko leads an armada against the Dominion fleet in an attempt to retake DS9. With Odo`s help, Kira and Rom manage to get to the main computer core but they are too late to stop Dukat from detonating the mine field. With no other alternative left, Sisko takes the Defiant into the wormhole and prepares to engage the thousands of Dominion vessels waiting to enter the Alpha Quadrant.

First US transmission : 8th November 1997

Writers : Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler, Director : Allan Kroeker

Special Guest Stars : Female Changeling (Salome Jens), Garak (Andrew J Robinson), Weyoun (Jeffrey Combs), Gul Dukat (Marc Alaimo), Rom (Max Grodenchik), Nog (Aron Eisenberg), General Martok (JG Hertzler), Tora Ziyal (Melanie Smith), Damar (Casey Biggs), Leeta (Chase Masterson)

 


Episode 7 - You are cordially invited

With the Federation back in control of DS9, life is slowly returning to normal, allowing for Worf and Dax`s wedding. Dax`s future Klingon mother-in-law Sirella arrives on the station to evaluate the Trill`s worthiness to join the House of Mogh. Sirella is not at all impressed. After the two almost kill each other at Dax`s bachelorette party, Worf calls off the wedding.

First US transmission : 15th November 1997

Writer : Ronald D Moore, Director : David Livingston

Special Guest Stars : General Martok (JG Hertzler), Alexander Rozhenko (Marc Worden), Sirella (Shannon Cochran), Leeta (Chase Masterson), Nog (Aron Eisenberg), Rom (Max Grodenchik), Atoa (Sidney Liufau)

 


Episode 8 - Resurrection

A stranger beams into Ops and takes Kira hostage. She is shocked to see that this man bears a striking resemblance to her dead lover, Vedek Bareil. He tells her that he is from the mirror universe and all he wants to do is make a life for himself in this dimension. Kira persuades Sisko to let him stay on the station and soon Kira`s long-buried feelings for Bareil begin to surface. But another person from Bareil`s universe has secretly come aboard DS9 and together with him plans to steal the sacred Bajoran Orb of Prophery and Change.

First US transmission : 22nd November 1997

Writer : Michael Taylor, Director : LeVar Burton

Special Guest Stars : Bareil (Phillip Anglim), Vedek Ossan (John Towet), Security Guard (Scott Strozier)

 


Episode 9 - Statistical Probabilities

Doctor Bashir is asked to work with a group of adults who, like himself, were genetically altered as children. They are all highly intelligent individuals but unable to function in normal society. But working together with Bashir they come up with statistical projections about the war that would have taken Starfleet months to calculate. They show that Starfleet will lose the war in a bloody massacre and they decide to provide the Dominion with the information they need to win, thus saving millions of lives. To do so, however, they must first get Bashir out of the way.

First US transmission : 29th November 1997

Story : Pam Pietroforte, Teleplay : Rene Echevarria, Director : Anson Williams

Special Guest Stars : Weyoun (Jeffrey Combs), Jack (Tim Ransom), Dr Loews (Jeannetta Arnette), Lauren (HIlary Shepard-Turner), Patrick (Michael Keenan), Damar (Casey Biggs), Sarina (Faith C Salie)

 


Episode 10 - The Magnificent Ferengi

Quark receives a call from the Grand nagus. His mother - Ishka - has been captured by the Dominion and the Nagus wants him to get her back. The Ferengi recruits an unlikely assault force consisting of his brother Rom, nephew Nog, cousin Galia as well as former associates Brunt and Leck. Rather than fighting to get his mother back he decides to trade something for her safe return. Keevan, a captured Vorta. Quark arranges the swap but an unforeseen complication upsets their plans.

First US transmission : 3rd January 1998

Writers : Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler, Director : Chip Chalmers

Special Guest Stars : Brunt (Jeffrey Combs), Rom (Max Grodenchik), Nog (Aron Eisenberg), Moogie/Ishka (Cecily Adams), Galia (Josh Pais), Keevan (Christopher Shea), Leck (Hamilton Camp), Leeta (Chase Masterson), Yelgrun (Iggy Pop)

 


Episode 11 - Waltz

Sisko is escorting Dukat to stand before a special jury investigating his involvement in the recent Dominion war when their ship is attacked. Sisko is injured but Dukat is able to get them into a shuttle and they escape before the ship explodes, forcing them to land. The captain may have too long, however, as Dukat is suffering from hallucinations and is contemplating killing Sisko.

First US transmission : 10th January 1998

Writers : Ronald D Moore, Director : Rene Auberjonois

Special Guest Stars : Gul Dukat (Marc Alaimo), Weyoun (Jeffrey Combs), Damar (Casey Biggs)

 


Episode 12 - Who mourns for Morn?

Quark`s most loyal customer Morn is reported killled when his ship is caught in an iron storm. The Ferengi is shocked when he is told by Sisko that Morn left everything to him. Soon Quark is truly baffled, however, after a Varian security officer explains to him that Morn was a crown prince and the retirement fund belongs to his estranged royal family.

First US transmission : 7th February 1998

Writer : Mark Gehred-O`Connell, Director : Victor Lobl

Special Guest Stars : Hain (Gregory Itzin), Krit (Brad Greenquist), Larell (Bridget Ann White), Nahsk (Cyril O`Reilly), Morn (Mark Allan Shephard)

 

 

Episode 13 - Far Beyond the Stars

Sisko falls ill after claiming to have seen a businessman and a baseball player from Earth`s 20th Century walking around the station. When he wakes, he is a Writer named Benny Russell writing Science Fiction magazine "Galaxy". Benny writes a Story about a space station called Deep Space Nine and a Captain Benjamin Sisko. Unfortunately, Sisko is black, and racism is at its peek during this point in America`s history, but it doesn`t stop Benny from working towards getting his work published, but his passion could get him and Sisko killed.

First US transmission : 14th February 1998

Teleplay : Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler, Story : Marc Scott Zicree, Director : Avery Brooks

Special Guest Stars : Joseph Sisko/Preacher (Brock Peters), Kasidy Yates/Cassie (Penny Johnson), Mulkahey (Jeffrey |Combs), Ryan (Marc Alaimo), Roy (JG Hertzler), Newspaper Vendor (Aron Eisenberg)

 



Episode 14 - One Little Ship

A runabout with Dax, O`Brien and Bashir aboard is miniaturized while conducting an examination of a subspace compression anomaly. Their guide - the Defiant - is attacked by the Jem`Hadar and boarded. Still shrunk, the runabout returns to the Defiant to find it under the control of the Jem`Hadar and decides to run some interference to help Sisko retake the ship.

First US transmission : 21st February 1998

Writers : David Weddle & Bradley Thompson, Director : Allan Kroeker

Special Guest Stars : Nog (Aron Eisenberg), First Kudak`Etan (Scott Thompson Baker), Second Ixtana`Rax (Fritz Sperberg), Geinon (Kevin Quigley), Third Lamat`Ukan (Christian Zimmerman)

 


Episode 15 - Honor Among Thieves

O`Brien infiltrates the Orion Syndicate to learn the identity of a Starfleet informant. His criminal contact, Bilby, innocently reveals to O`Brien who the informant is, but before he can pass this information to his Starfleet contact, the chief discovers that the orion Syndicate is working for the Dominion. Bilby`s boss wants him and his men to assassinate a Klingon ambassador. O`Brien must choose between warning Bilby and saving his life or standing by and letting his benefactor be killed.

First US transmission : 28th February 1998

Teleplay : Rene Echevarria, Story : Philip Kim, Director : Allan Eastman

Special Guest Stars : Bilby (Nick Tate), Chadwick (Michael Harney), Krole (Carlos Carrasco), Flith (John Chandler), Geinon (Leland Crookes), Raimus (Joseph Culp), Yint (Brad Blaisdell)

 


Episode 16 - Change of Heart

Starfleet Intelligence contacts DS9 when they receive an emergency message from a Cardassian operative asking to defect. Kira orders Worf and Dax to take a ship into the Badlands and meet him on a planet inside Dominion Space. Worf and Dax are taken by surprise by a party of Jem`Hadar troops and Dax is seriously injured. Worf must now decide between his duty to Starfleet or to his new wife, who is slowly dying in front of him.

First US transmission : 7th March 1998

Writer : Ronald D Moore, Director : David Livingston

Special Guest Star : Lasaran (Todd Waring)

 

Episode 17 - Wrongs Darker than Death or Night

On the eve of her dead mother`s birthday, Kira is woken by Dukat, revealing that he and her mother, Kira Meru, were lovers. In an attempt to disprove Dukat`s claim, Kira - with help from the prophets - travels back in Time where she meets her parents. Infiltrating the group, the Major must make a difficult sacrifice when a Resistance leader asks her to kill Dukat.

First US transmission : 4th April 1998

Writers : Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler, Director : Jonathan West

Special Guest Stars : Kira Meru (Leslie Hope), Gul Dukat (Marc Alaimo), Basso (David Bowie), Legate (Wayne Grace), Halb (Tim deZarn), Kira Taban (Thomas Kopache), Bajoran Scavenger (John Marzilli), Gul (Marc Marosi)

 


Episode 18 - Inquisition

Deputy Director Sloan from Starfleet Internal Affairs arrives on the station, claiming that Bashir has been passing information to the Dominion after they planted a hidden imperative in Bashir`s mind when he was their prisoner two years ago. Bashir denies Sloan's accusations, but begins to doubt himself after he is beamed aboard a Dominion vessel by Weyoun.

First US transmission : 11th April 1998

Writers : Bradley Thompson & David Weddle, Director : Michael Dorn

Special Guest Stars : Sloan (William Sadler), Weyoun (Jeffrey Combs), Chandler (Samantha Mudd), Kagan (Benjamin Brown).

 


Episode 19 - In the Pale Moonlight

Disheartened by the rising number of Federation losses in the war against the Dominion. Sisko comes up with a bold plan designed to bring the Romulans into the conflict. Garak suggests to Sisko that they manufacture the evidence against the Dominion, but if the Romulans find the forgery, it will discredit Starfleet and could force the Romulans to take sides against the Federation.

First US transmission : 18th April 1998

Teleplay : Michael Taylor, Story : Allan Fields, Director : Victor Lobl

Special Guest Stars : Garak (Andrew J Robinson), Senator Vreenak (Stephen McHattie), Weyoun (Jeffrey Combs), Gul Damar (Casey Biggs), Tolar (Howard Shangraw)

 


Episode 20 - His Way

Bashir invites his colleagues to enjoy his new holosuite program featuring the 1960s lounge performer Vic Fontaine. Besides being a talented singer Vic is also an excellent judge of character. Odo is prompted to seek Fontaine`s guidance on how to better express his feelings towards Kira. The end result, however, is not exactly what he or Vic expected.

First US transmission : 25th April 1998

Writers : Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler, Director : Allan Kroeker

Special Guest Stars : Vic Fontaine (James Darren), Melissa (Debi A Monahan), Ginger (Cyndi Pass)

 


Episode 21 - Reckoning

Sisko journeys to Bajor when archeologists discover an ancient tablet that dates back 30,000 years and mentions the Emissary. Touching the relic causes Sisko to have a vision in which the Wormhole Prophets tell him that "the reckoning must begin". Sisko takes the artifact back to DS9, but he destroys the tablet in a rage and releases two energy sources. One of the beings, a Prophet, take over Kira`s body and announces that it is time for the reckoning.

First US transmission : 2nd May 1998

Teleplay : David Weddle & Bradley Thompson, Story : Harry Werksman & Gabrielle Stanton, Director : Jesus Salvador Trevino

Special Guest Stars : Kai Winn (Louise Fletcher), Koral (James Greene)

 


Episode 22 - The Valiant

Jake and Nog`s runabout is attacked by a Jem`Hadar ship. They are rescued by the USS Valiant, manned by an elite group of Starfleet Academy cadets. Its 22 year old captain, Watters, tells Nog that the ship and its crew were trapped behind enemy lines when the war began, collecting technical data on a new Dominion ship. However, Watters dedication to duty could cost him and his crew their lives when he decides to take their assignment one step further.

First US transmission : 9th May 1998

Writer : Ronald D Moore, Director : Michael Vejar

Special Guest Stars : Nog (Aron Eisenberg), Captain Tim Watters (Paul Popowich), Commander Karen Farris (Courtney Peldon), Lieutenant Riley Aldrin Shephard (David Drew Gallagher), Chief Dorian Collins (Ashley Brianne McDonogh)


Episode 23 - Profit and Lace

A shuttle carrying Quark`s mother Ishka and Grand Nagus Zek arrives on the station. Zek has been deposed after he granted females the rights to wear clothes, causing financial chaos to erupt on the planet. As they are about to meet the Ferengi Commerce Authority to show them the profit-making potential of such an amendment, Ishka ends up in sickbay. Quark must substitute as Zek`s female advisor Lumba.

First US transmission : 16th May 1998

Writers : Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler, Director : Alexander Siddig.

Special Guest Stars : Grand Nagus Zek (Wallace Shawn), Nilva (Henry Gibson), Brunt (Jeffrey Combs), Rom (Max Grodenchik), Nog (Aron Eisenberg), Moogie/Ishka (Cecily Adams), Leeta (Chase Masterson), Maihar`du (Tiny Ron), Uri`Lash (Sylvain Cecile), Aluura (Symba Smith)

 


Episode 24 - Time's Orphan

O`Brien takes his family to a nearby planet for a picnic to celebrate their return to DS9. Molly falls into an alien Time portal and emerges a frightened 18 year old woman. Helping Molly readjust to life, the O`Briens face a difficult decision about her future.

First US transmission : 23rd May 1998

Teleplay : Bradley Thompson & David Weddle, Story : Joew Menosky, Director : Allan Kroeker

Special Guest Stars : Keiko O`Brien (Rosalind Chao), 8 year old Molly O`Brien (Hana Hatae), 18 year old Molly O`Brien (Michaelle Krusiec)

 


Episode 25 - The Sound of her Voice

Defiant picks up a distress call from Captain Lisa Cusak who is marooned on a planet with a barely breathable atmosphere, six days away. Sisko assigns his senior officers to keep he company around the clock via com-link, but Bashir fears that Cusak could die before they arrive.

First US transmission : 13th June 1998

Teleplay : Ronald D Moore, Story : Pam Pietroforte, Director : Winrich Kolbe

Special Guest Stars : Captain Lisa Cusak (Debra Wilson), Kasidy Yates (Penny Johnson)

 


Episode 26 - Tears of the Prophets

Starfleet Command has decided to invade Cardassia, with Sisko as planner. Dukat is welcomed back to Cardassia, claiming to have a plan that will not only allow him to extract his revenge on Sisko but also hand control of the Alpha Quadrant over to the Dominion.

First US transmission : 20th June 1998

Writers : Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler, Director : Allan Kroeker

Special Guest Stars : Garak (Andrew J Robinson), Weyoun (Jeffrey Combs), Gul Dukat (Marc Alaimo), Letant (David Birney), General Martok (JG Hertzler), Ensign Nog (Aron Eisenberg), Gul Damar (Casey Biggs), Admiral Ross (Barry Jenner), Vic Fontaine (James Darren), Saghi (Michelle Horn), Glinn (Bob Kirsh)