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Episodes: Apocalypse Rising, The Ship, Looking for par'Mach in All the Wrong Places, ...Nor the Battle to the Strong, The Assignment, Trials and Tribble-ations, Let He Who Is Without Sin..., Things Past, The Ascent, Rapture, The Darkness and the Light, The Begotten, For the Uniform, In Purgatory's Shadow, By Inferno's Light, Doctor Bashir I Presume?, A Simple Investigation, Business as Usual, Ties of Blood and Water, Ferengi Love Songs, Soldiers of the Empire, Children of Time, Blaze of Glory, Empok Nor, In the Cards, Call to Arms.
Deep Space Nine's fifth season was a turning point from which there was no going back. Character and information overload took over, and the complicated twists and turns in the build up to war either hooked viewers securely, or sent them away with a headache. The Klingon faction instigated by Worf's arrival was occasionally played for laughs, but mostly their hardheaded personalities made all efforts at diplomacy moot. In the opening episode a chilling possibility is proposed as to what might be: have the Changelings infiltrated already and replaced key personnel? Some fans saw this as a flawed X-Files-style development. Nevertheless it sowed a seed of insidious suspicion, affecting all the principal casts' relationships with one another, even allowing Odo and Quark an opportunity to confess a degree of friendship. Expanding on the new theme of duplication, the crew also made numerous trips to their mirror-universe counterparts.
As well as new uniforms and the milestone 100th episode, Nana Visitor and Alexander Siddig got to comically disguise the arrival of their child during filming. More laughs came from the fan favorite "Trials and Tribble-ations," with CG allowing Sisko and crew to interact with Kirk and a cameo from Leonard Nimoy. Avery Brooks began taking a backseat, partly a result of the now-overcrowded cast. Although Sisko's destiny would be foreshadowed by his first vision and the introduction of the Pah-wraiths, the Captain was in an increasingly sulky mood. Brooks only directed one episode, allowing room for regulars LeVar Burton and Rene Auberjonois to do more behind the camera. Joining them were Alexander Siddig, Michael Dorn and even Andrew Robinson. Available space started to seem hardly deep enough. --Paul TonksSee all Product Description
I can get Dvds to work only in laptop does't work in home DVD Or Blu ray players. Very Disappointed Don'y want to go threw all the bother of returning! Read morePublished 15 months ago by Kim Bally
the best of all the sets...........a must have for all.........make it so,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Joe marzionnaPublished on March 14 2004 by Joe Marzionna
A must see episode: "Trials and Tribble-ations"...Sisko must go back in time and prevent the assassination of James T. Kirk. Read morePublished on Feb. 28 2004 by McHenry John
This is excellent because all through the season the Klingons are getting walloped by the Dominion & Cardassians which to me, is shows the ever growing Dominion threat. Read morePublished on Jan. 6 2004
I too have a problem with Disc 3 (Amazon still has not had it resolved yet).
On a more severe note, has anyone noticed that Season 5 begins with Kira being pregant. Read more
While this collection is much better than the TNG collection. The disc 2 of this boxed set has a manufacturing error that does not allow you to view one of the episodes. Read morePublished on Oct. 31 2003 by J. Griffith
War isn't hell after all but it is profitable.We've seen that with in the real world and the producers/writers of Deep Space Nine found it to be true in fiction as well. Read morePublished on Oct. 26 2003 by Wayne Klein
I loved the show, but the DVDs were defective. The third episode on each DVD would freeze and not run from the play menue. Read morePublished on Oct. 25 2003 by Edward Cary Spade
Season five is one of those seasons that fans like myself have been waiting years for in a format such as DVD! There is only one way to describe this season, incredible! Read morePublished on Oct. 24 2003 by K. Wyatt