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Episodes: Image in the Sand, Shadows and Symbols, Afterimage, Take Me Out to the Holosuite, Chrysalis, Treachery Faith and the Great River, Once More Unto the Breach, The Siege of AR-558, Covenant, It's Only a Paper Moon, Prodigal Daughter, The Emperor's New Cloak, Field of Fire, Chimera, Badda-Bing Badda-Bang, Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges, Penumbra, 'Til Death Do Us Part, Strange Bedfellows, The Changing Face of Evil, When It Rains..., Tacking Into the Wind, Extreme Measures, The Dogs of War, What You Leave Behind Parts I and II.
Deep Space Nine's seventh and final season came down to loose ends, tying some existing ones together while allowing others to unravel. Symptomatic of the unwillingness to let DS9 go was the immediate arrival of a replacement Dax, though poor Nichole deBoer as Ezri Dax had to have known she'd already missed the boat. Her appearance encouraged last-minute romances to blossom, with Bashir finally getting some action, Odo finally getting together with Kira, and Sisko finally proposing to Kassidy. Another contributing cute factor were numerous trips to the holosuite wherein the all-knowing Vic Fontaine dished out philosophical advice. That was when the crew wasn't in there to play baseball against the Vulcans, or when Nog wasn't commiserating about the loss of a leg.
Oh yes, and don't forget the War! There was an early announcement that the show would attempt a 10-part resolution to the Dominion War, but viewers could be forgiven for forgetting all about it with so much sentimental distraction. When the horrors of war did resurface, they at least injected a few surprises into the mix. Odo and his ambiguously "evil" Founders were hit with a melting disease, prompting a backstabbing race for the power of developing and owning a cure. The original baddie Cardassians finally settled on the Federation's side. Contrary to these interesting twists, however, were the unexpected turns taken by matters relating to Sisko's spiritual destiny. Suddenly the mystery of the wormhole and an entire religious belief system was reduced to the problem of correctly translating the words of a sacred book. The struggle to join with some evil aliens significantly diluted the attempt at resolving what had begun seven years before in the show's pilot episode. Ultimately, Sisko's destiny, as with all those who'd followed him to the open-ended climax, was to be decided elsewhere. In a move that was either bold and daring--or possibly born of desperation for not having thought things through properly--the show's storylines were to be continued in a series of spin-off books. --Paul Tonks
everything ok as far as I know? Haven't tried yet still watching season 3 from start came on time but haven't opened yet ?Published 18 months ago by Kim Bally
It provided an excellent conclusion to the series and would recommend it to anybody who enjoys Star Trek..
The series is as good as The Next Generation series
There is no other word for this absolutely fabulous show that falls neatly and wonderfully into the Star Trek universe but......unforgettable. Read morePublished on Sept. 6 2004 by Robert Badgley
This season of DS9 is good, but previous seasons easily outdo it. Ezri Dax was completely pointless and totally irritating... Read morePublished on July 8 2004 by Eric Williams
This season of the show just seamed to lack something. First off the replacement dax sucked, you went from one of my favorite characters someone who could fight in who wasn't bad... Read morePublished on April 2 2004 by Metalhammer
Ezri Dax climbs aboard...making a dismal replacement for Jadzia Dax. The final conflict vs. The Dominion and Gul Dukat steals the show.Published on Feb. 28 2004 by McHenry John
Nicole deBoer is one of the most beautiful and attractive actresses in the history of Star Trek. Heck, the most attractive actress to ever come out of Canada in general if you ask... Read morePublished on Feb. 11 2004
I couldn't watch DS9 when it was on its initial run because my local station didn't pick it up... I decided to give the DVDs a shot... Read morePublished on Jan. 12 2004 by Matthew Clark