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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 7 Seasons 1995

Season 3
4.7 out of 5 stars (49) IMDb 7.9/10

Star Trek: Deep Space Ninetakes place in the mid 24th century and chronicles the adventures of a team of Starfleet officers who take command of a remote alien space station on the edge of a new frontier.

Starring:
Avery Brooks, Rene Auberjonois

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1. The Search Part 1

Hoping to avert an invasion, Sisko takes his officers into the Gamma Quadrant to find the leaders of the Dominion

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2. The Search Part 2

While Odo struggles to learn the ways of his people, Sisko discovers that the price of peace with the Dominion may be too high.

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3. The House of Quark

In order to boost his business and gain respect, Quark lies about killing a Klingon, then winds up forced to marry the dead man's widow.

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4. Equilibrium

A deadly secret from Dax's past could mean the end of Jadzia's life.

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5. Second Skin

Kira is kidnapped by the Cardassians, who try to convince her that she is really one of their people.

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6. The Abandoned

Odo tries to convince a young,violent Jem'Hadar that there is more to life than fighting and killing.

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7. Civil Defense

A trapped crew fights to save the station from self-destruction when an automated Cardassian security program is accidentally activated.

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8. Meridian

Dax falls in love with a man who will soon disappear with his planet into another dimension for sixty years.

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9. Defiant

Wil Riker's renegade duplicate steals the Defiant and attacks Cardassian territory, forcing Sisko to assist Gul Dukat in stopping him.

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10. Fascination

A Bajoran celebration on the station serves as the backdrop for an epidemic of inexplicable romantic attractions among the crew.

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11. Past Tense - Past 1

A transporter accident sends Sisko, Bashir, and Dax three centuries back in time to a crucial point in Earth's history.

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12. Past Tense - Past 2

Trapped in Earth's past, Sisko must assume a pivotal role in history to try and restore the future.

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13. Life Support

Bashir must use questionable methods in order to keep Vedek Bareil alive long enough to help bring about a Bajoran peace treaty with Cardassia.

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14. Heart of Stone

A desperate situation that could cost Kira her life forces Odo to face the depth of his feelings for her.

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15. Destiny

Destiny--Sisko ignores an ancient Bajoran prophecy of doom in order to undertake a joint scientific venture with the Cardassians.

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16. Prophet Motive

When the Ferengi leader suddenly decides to abolish his race's greedy ways, Quark is determined to find out the truth behind his actions.

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17. Visionary

An accident causes O'Brien to jump into the near future, where he witnesses his own death . . . and worse.

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18. Distant Voices

Comatose and dying after an alien attack, Bashir must access different parts of his personality, which take the form of crew members, to save his life.

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19. Through The Looking Glass

In a parallel universe, Sisko must assume the role of his dead counterpart in order to save the mirror version of his late wife.

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20. Improbable Cause - Part 1

Garak's shop mysteriously explodes, launching Odo on an investigation to determine who is trying to kill the Cardassian exile--and why.

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21. The Die is Cast - Part 2

On the eve of a Romulan/Cardassian attack against the Dominion, Garak may have to prove his loyalty to his former mentor by eliminating Odo.

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22. Exploreres

Sisko builds a new version of an ancient Bajoran space vessel in an effort to prove the truth behind an 800-year-old legend.

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23. Family Business

Quark returns to his home planet to confront his mother, who has broken the Ferengi law prohibiting females from earning a profit.

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24. Shakaar

Sent to Bajor on a mission against her former leader in the resistance movement, Kira ends up joining him as a fugitive.

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25. Facets

Jadzia Dax must come to terms with her feelings of inferiority when she meets her past hosts in an ancient Trill rite of closure.

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26. The Adversary

One of Odo's people tricks Sisko and the crew into actions that could start a war in the Alpha Quadrant.

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By A Customer on 18 Oct. 2003
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Compared with season's one and two, season three is a major jump in quality. Don't get me wrong, one and two were good but this...
Simply, this gets 5 stars because from here on in DS9 doesn't put a foot wrong. All the episodes are great and quite a few are excellent. Characters, story lines and situations all get a fantastic boost. This is where DS9 rises above the contempary sci-fi and even above TNG and VOY. Beautiful, this gets 4.7 stars with the coverted 5 stars saved for seasons 4 onwards.
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Third season of seven, but only four out of five. That's still a good thing.
In short, it stumbled to begin with, but got pretty good.
Trek 2-parters generally adhere to an unwritten rule - set 'em up good in part one, then kinda flap about a bit in wrapping everything up in part two. The third season opener, 'The Search', does this exactly. A new starship (The Defiant), a new starfleet antagonist (Michael Eddington), and an important mission (contact the Founders to avert conflict with The Dominion). The first part is a blinder, ending with the crew split asunder and Odo's people found. Unfortunately it all falls to pieces in the second part, as the crew are subjected to a plotline ripped straight from Red Dwarf (Back To Reality, anyone?), whilst Odo’s race turn out to be pretty bland (until they are revealed as the Founders themselves).
The next episode, ‘The House Of Quark’ features Quark (no, never) in the first of three comedy episodes. This one stands above ‘Prophet Motive’ and ‘Family Business’ by actually being funny. TNG fans can enjoy Robert O’Reilly’s first appearance as Gowron. Fans of the Ferengi… well, lets face it. Ferengi-centric episodes are not really that funny. ‘Prophet Motive’ de-mystifies the Prophets by having them make a mistake (brainwashing the Grand Nagus into being nice), whilst ‘Family Business’ consists of Quark, Rom and Ishka (their mother) arguing about whether females should be allowed to work. Yes, you read right. Needless to say, the social-commentary-sledgehammer is wielded with full force in this instalment.
A far more effective use of social commentary in a science-fiction setting is the acclaimed two-parter, ‘Past Tense’.
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This is another excellent series. The Star Trek team did it again. This series has some of my favourite episodes. The 'Past Tense' episodes are brilliant. I really enjoyed watching this series and although I still feel it's a warm up for the next series, it still has some excellent character developments with Kira, Odo, Sisko and the rest of the crew.

I recommend buying this series and I will be watching this box set over and over again.
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Season 3 of d9 produced memorable episodes and has quite a lot of episodes involving Garak, which I find always make the episode at least interesting. Episodes like Second Skin and Civil Defense are possibly some of my favourite ds9 episodes. Civil Defense apparently was a nightmare to make with the technical problems they had to get around. Prophet Motive was almsot my favourite Ferengi episode becuase of how interesting it was to Zek as the most generous person around. An episode ODO directed, lol. Du Kat does not feature much in this season, only about 2 episodes and theres no Weyoun, but near the end of the season, theres a very nice 2 episodes interlinked "Improbable cause" and "The Die is Cast" where the Romulan and Cardassian inteligence services join forces and Garak nearly being killed by his own hand but without trying to fully kill himself.(Dont want to spoil too much)
Special Features on season 3 are "The Birth of the Dominion" "Micahel Westmores Aliens - Season 3 "Time Travel files" - "Past Tense" "Crew Dossier" of ODO "Sailing through the stars" and "USS DEFIANT". There is also subtitles in various languges on all discs and voice over non english languges. There is also semi hidden files of extra bits n pieces of interviews called section 31 hidden files which are only found by cliking on the green lights and pressing play on the station map. These hidden files are on all seasons.
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By A Customer on 23 July 2004
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In my opinion the third season of DS9 marked a turning point in the development and enhancement of the franchise.
The characters are given plenty of opportunity to shine, evidence if needed of the excellent standard of writing and acting.
Episodes such as The Die Is Cast, Explorers, Visionary, Distant Voices and Second Skin allow each of the regular and some non reglar charcters to show real insight into their complex and multi faceted personalities.
Season 3 also introduces The USS Defiant, by far the coolest and most exciting ship in the history of Trek. At last the audience gets the sense the crew have the means to defend theirselves, as well as a gradual development of experience.
In my opinion DS9 is Trek at it's best.
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The first 2 seasons of DS9 are especially typical of early seasons of a Trek show, just like TNG you can tell they're still finding their feet. There are a handful of standout episodes (and even some of the poorer ones aren't completely without merit), but on season 3 they start turning it on more: and on DS9 when they turn it on, they turn it on. Wasting no time by getting into the action with The Dominion on the dramatic 2 parter "The Search", this is a classic episode that belongs among the best of the series. Other 2 parters included are the excellent time travel based social commentary "Past Tense" in which Sisko has to fulfill a historic role, and "Improbable Cause/ The Die Is Cast" featuring one of Garak's (potentially the best character on the whole show) best performances and a chilling realization that The Dominion are one step ahead of everyone else. The Bashir episode "Distant Voices" is fantastic, a personal favourite of mine, an interesting idea executed very well.

"Civil Defense" is up there too with my favourites, Gul Dukat was always one of the best Trek villains ever (and deserved better than the character he became in season 7, though his descent into madness was interesting they just had to go there with the whole Bajoran religion thing...something I was never 100% sure on) and in this episode he is forced to work with the DS9 crew in order to survive. The mirror universe makes its second appearance in "Through The Looking Glass", where all characters are bizarre variations on their prime universe selves. There are some light hearted Ferengi moments in "The House of Quark" and "Family Business", and a great "O'Brien has a bad day" episode in "Visionary".
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