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26 episodes on 7 discs: The Homecoming, The Circle, The Siege, Invasive Procedures, Cardassians, Melora, Rules of Acquisition, Necessary Evil, Second Sight, Sanctuary, Rivals, The Alternate, Armageddon Game, Whispers, Paradise, Shadowplay, Playing God, Profit and Loss, Blood Oath, The Maquis Part I, The Maquis Part II, The Wire, Crossover, The Collaborator, Tribunal, The Jem'Hadar.
Only Kira Nerys would risk going to war over an earring. With the witty and wise second-season opener "The Homecoming," the writers started taking chances with the direction of Deep Space Nine--and the payoffs are immediate and far-reaching. It's the first episode in a complex trilogy involving the fate of the tenuous Bajoran Provisional Government, an extremist group called the Circle, and a legendary member of the resistance whom Sisko believes might be able to unite Bajor.
Continuing its blend of action, mystery, intergalactic politics, and religion, the second season gave prominent parts to Jadzia Dax ("Invasive Procedures," "Playing God," "Blood Oath"), Kira Nerys ("The Collaborator," in which Odo gives the first sign of his feelings toward her), the Cardassian Garak ("Cardassians"), Odo ("The Alternate"), Chief O'Brien ("Whispers," "Tribunal"), Commander Sisko ("Paradise"), and Quark ("Profit and Loss"), and Dr. Bashir developed relationships with both O'Brien ("Armageddon Game") and Garak ("The Wire").
Highlight episodes include the alternate-universe "Crossover," which pays homage to the original series' "Mirror, Mirror," and the two-part spotlight on the Maquis (first introduced in The Next Generation), a loose-knit organization of disenfranchised Federation colonists who resort to terrorist methods to provoke a new war between the Federation and the Cardassians. By the end of season 2, the only thing DS9 lacked was a really good villain. It got three for the price of one. Turns out the Dominion (first discovered in the underappreciated Ferengi spotlight "Rules of Acquisition") is a trinity of evil: the Founders, the Vorta, and the Jem'Hadar, those born-and-bred bad guys whose mission in life is to serve the Founders. The season-closer "The Jem'Hadar" is an intelligent, powerful episode that reveals all--and nothing--about the Dominion. --Kayla RigneySee all Product Description
No self-respecting sci-fi fan and certainly no self-respecting Trekker (or Trekkie*) can NOT have this series in her/his collection. Read morePublished on July 28 2012 by R3aLiTY_bYt3s
For DS9 lovers on a budget, the cheaper asian versions available on the used marketplace are enticing. They are indeed about half the price of the US version. Read morePublished on May 5 2004
The second season of DS9 is much like the first. The exterior box is the same, and the disks sit in the same booklet format. Read morePublished on April 4 2004 by S Martin
If you are a Star Trek fan, you will love Deep Space Nine ... maybe even more! Season Two was more exciting than Season One ... If that is actually possible! Read morePublished on April 1 2004 by Carl R Quist
Season 2 gets better as the plot thickens with the introduction of the Jem'Haddar...a ruthless race of aliens from the Gamma Quadrant. Read morePublished on Feb. 28 2004 by McHenry John
TRANSLATING MESSAGE FROM THE MIRROR UNIVERSE DEEP SPACE NINE, TEROK NOR.
MESSAGE SENT BY: INTENDANT KIRA, FIRST OFFICER GARAK, CAPTAINS SISKO AND BASHIR, MISTRESS DAX, SMILEY... Read more
Building on the success of season ones finale, the producers and writers seemed to understand that this show was going to be much different than what came before. Read morePublished on Nov. 14 2003 by D. O'Neill
The second season of Deep Space Nine is where things start to get a little bit interesting. The focus of the stories appeared on first glance to be about the Bajoran/Cardassian... Read morePublished on Nov. 7 2003 by Andrew McCaffrey
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine was groundbreaking in its first season. It was dark, but a good dark and not the negative kind of dark the producers don't take kindly to in interview... Read morePublished on Aug. 23 2003 by Will