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on 28 July 2007
Season 5 continues where season 4 left off with a few select members of DS9 undergoing surgery to infiltrate the klingon to empire in order to root out a dominion impostor. The 5th season borders on brilliance with fantastic episodes like the ship, the mid season 2 parter (in purgatory's shadow & in infernos light) before leading to a spectacular season finale which sets up for season 6.Along the way there's some great episodes like rapture when the stations biggest crook & security chief are marooned together on an isolated planet & the genuinely tense & chilling empok nor one of the best episodes of DS9. These are just a few of the great episodes in this a great season of drama & action at a great price.
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on 31 January 2004
Ds9 season 5 starts of well,The first 3 episodes are very watchable,4 episodes on 1 disc youll enjoy the first disc for sure.It starts off carrying on the story from season 4 with Sisko,Worf,Odo and O Brien going undercover as klingons deep into klingon territory to unravel a mstery with the changlings(Odos people)The dominion has secret agents disguised as klingons and the crew have to expose just 1 to stop a war that the dominion wants a war that will cripple Cardassia.
The 2nd episode simple titled The ship is a siege type situation involving the crew and a crashed jem hadar ship and a secret in the ship.
The 3rd episode sees Quark having to fight hand to hand combat with Worfs help to win over his ex Klingon wife,stange but true,a subplot thats contiued from season 3 an episode called The House of Quark.
Eventually the crew of ds9 and starfleet get brand new uniforms that are grey that becomes the new uniform for the Federation.This happens midway through the season.
There are some very strong episodes aswell such as Things past,which sees Garak,Odo,Dax and Sisko being forced to relive events in the lives and events of 4 Bajorans convicted of trying to murder Gul Dukat.one of the few occupation style episodes.An episode which is very polular among most star trek fans is Trials and Tribble-Ations were the crew go back intime to Kirks era,the blending in of the past and present people and ships is quite genius.1 more very strong episode worh mentioning is Soldiers of the Empire which is if your a Klingon fan, youll really love, as it was based around what a series of star trek klingon would be like,based mainly on a kilingon ship you get to see the inside of it for most of the episode.
All in all a good season no real terrible episodes in my opinion only maybe 2 poor ones but thats it, mostly good,I think season 4 might be slightly better though as far as quality goes,but only just.The
extras on the dvd are the crew profile of Miles O brien and as always several hidden but easily found extra clips of interviews to watch found very easily by clicking on a map of the station.Also thers at least 4 documentries,one being the ferengi culture,two the aliens of season 5,three inside ds9 and 2 more about Trials and Tribble-ations and a photo gallery.pheww,
you also get a token to collect special merchandide,1 comes with every ds9 season.The extras are well worth seeing for europeans as thers hardly ever any interviews from the cast on european tv.Id recommend buying this if you really like ds9 or even just star trek.
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on 16 January 2006
The viewing figures for this series were always ok but not great... yet this Star Trek spin-off is by far the most critically acclaimed. Why then does nobody listen one of the times they're actually right?
DS9 with its long story arcs and developed characters is far more addictive then almost any other sci-fi tv show... much darker than the other ST shows it is indeed enjoyable and for 6 disks is a bargain. Buy now before Paramount decides to stop even making the DVDs.
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on 19 January 2008
Season 5 starts with Apocalypse (Great) and ends in Call of arms (great) If you are a DS9 fan or not then this is for you buy it sit down watch enjoy and get yourself ready for season 6 i promise you won't regreat it.
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on 4 May 2010
Since getting a real shot in the arm with Worf's arrival in season four, season five capitalises on the strengths of the show with provoking, touching and downright excellent episode.

Best on the DVD is "Trials and Tribble-ations", the best tribute to the original Star Trek series there has ever been. Other highlights in the early part of the season include the Tarantino inspired "The Ship", the Cyrano de Bergerac homage of "Looking for par'Mach in All the Wrong Places", the excellent "The Ascent", where Rene Auberjonois and Armin Shimerman have many brilliant scenes together, and the touching "The Begotten".

Later in the season is "In Purgatory's Shadow" and "By Inferno's Light", where the Dominion invades, setting the scene for the Dominion War. The season is wrapped up with the excellent "Call to Arms", the best Star Trek cliffhanger since "The Best of Both Worlds".
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on 19 November 2000
I can't believe that when I checked this page at Amazon, no-one else had reviwed this tape. Possibly the best Star Trek: Deep Space Nine tape ever made. This tape combines the season premier episode, Emissary, which tells the story of how Captain Sisko (at the time, Commander Sisko) arrives at Deep Space Nine with his son Jake. The title refers to Captain Sisko who is the emissary of the prophets. That's all I'm willing to say about that episode since anymore will spoil the plot developments.
What you leave behind is based 7 years after Emissary and concludes what has been a legend! This is the last episode of Star Trek:Deep Space Nine and quite possibly, the best one ever. It also follows on from the story of Emissary and leads one man to forfill his destiny.....
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on 22 November 2008
In what is a fantastic series all the way through, season 5 is in my opinion a stand out season. The Dominion story arc really kicks off, and the final episode is one of the best of the whole run. 5/5 easy.
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on 28 February 2014
Probably my least favourite Star Trek franchise but still enjoyable. I have the box set of all the series but it's out of warranty. However one of the discs from series 5 was faulty so I bought this just to replace that disc.
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on 7 October 2007
To begin with I was a fan of TNG, but I saw these boxsets, the new slimline editions, and I thought I must try a season of DS9, and I am extremely glad I did. I chose season 5, as thats what I started at on TNG, and there's no need to change routine!
Season 5 is of exceptionally good quality. Whilst I am still dubious about Avery Brooks' acting talent, the rest of the cast are very good and I have no problems here.
The episodes this season are simply amazing. On disc 1 you have some excellent episodes, one of my favourites being 'The Ship' which was my first introduction to a Vorta, (This is the first season I watched you see) and it was good.
Disc two has possibly one of the best episodes of DS9 in its entire run, Trials and Tribulations. I thought it was okay, but the forums praise this episode.
On disc 3 you have 'The Acent', which showcases Odo and Quark's relationship to a higher level, up a mountain. However the only episode I did not enjoy was on this disc; Rapture. I thought it was a bit sub-standard from what I had seen previously. But 'The Begotten' was amazing, definitely one of my favourites from this season.
Disc 4 contains a two-parter, 'In Purgatory's Shadow' and 'By Inferno's Light', where we are reintroduced to Martok and various really interesting things happen. I also enjoyed 'Doctor Bashir, I Presume?' as it showed that Alexander Siddig can act.
Disc 5 was a good disc, it had some good episodes but nothing too noteworthy, but saying this good Deep Space Nine episdoes are like excellent The Next Generation episodes. 'Business as Usual' was alright.
Now disc 6 had some amazing episodes on it. Soldiers of the Empire showed off the insides of a Klingon Bird Of Prey, and Children of Time had some harsh moral dilemmas, similarly to Blaze of Glory. And Empok Nor is an actually genuinely creepy episode, very well filmed.
Disc 7 begins the start of the mini-arc where Deep Space Nine is surrendered to the Dominion, with the first episode showing Jake's attempts to acquire a baseball card for his downhearted dad, and the second showing the surrender of Deep Space Nine, a very sad occasion.
The extra features are numerous and of good quality.

I suggest you snap this up fast; I'm off to buy season 6 as soon as possible!
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on 20 November 2016
A U.N. Crew stationed on a space station nearby a wormhole deal with relationships and aliens. When the crew gets mixed up with the original crew from the Enterprise 'The Trouble with Tribbles' I perked up.
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