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  • Actors: Avery Brooks, Rene Auberjonois, Cirroc Lofton, Alexander Siddig, Colm Meaney
  • Directors: Avery Brooks, Alexander Singer, Cliff Bole, Corey Allen, David Carson
  • Format: Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 7
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Star Trek
  • Release Date: April 1 2003
  • Run Time: 1182 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00008972H
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #13,566 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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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 Rigney

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By Jennifer K. TOP 500 REVIEWER on July 28 2012
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No self-respecting sci-fi fan and certainly no self-respecting Trekker (or Trekkie*) can NOT have this series in her/his collection.
(*the amazing Season 5, Episode 6: Trial and Tribble-ations).

This is a fairly quiet season over all; one focusing more on relationships, Bajor (and it's spirituality), and the beginning of contact and understanding about the Dominion and it's representatives (although the questions begin to really pile up).

Some of my favourite episodes are Whispers (O'Brien is being treated weird by everyone and is kept out of vital parts of the station which means, of course, he can't do his job), Rules of Acquisition (featuring a *clothed!!!* Ferengi female who... earns profit!), Crossover (Bashir and Kira find themselves in an alternate universe), and Blood Oath (Jadzia must honour a promise Curzon made to Klingon warriors).

Bashir saves the lives of several people on the station and elsewhere, and Odo remains an incredibly grouchy and tortured character throughout this season. Unfortunately, Kai Winn appears in several episodes and I must say she is one of my all-time least favourite characters and the actor who plays Kai Winn is one of my least favourite actors (too wooden in whatever she's in, and Winn is such a creep).

This season (and series) rank near the top of my sci-fi lists for entertainment, excitement, and interesting storytelling.
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Here we are then with DS9 series 2. If you saw the first, and were not that impressed, dont give up. DS9 has so much to offer the viewer. The first series had trouble finding its feet, but with each series it gets better and better. This series begins to introduce elements that will continue through to the conclusion of DS9. When you have finished with this DVD you will be gagging for season 3. The best trek, just got better.
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DS9 season two turned out many of the series greatest episodes and at the same time started to give ominous signs that portended what was to come with this outstanding and spectacular Star Trek series. The producers, while entrenched in the final season of Star Trek The Next Generation, preproduction on Star Trek Generations and preproduction on Star Trek Voyager brilliantly were able to write and produce one outstanding episode of Deep Space Nine after another. The second season is where the producers and everybody involved found their stride with the series resulting in absolutely amazing character interactions where everybody worked well off of one another. Of the many Star Trek variants, DS9 I believe as a whole is dramatically the most compelling due to its very nature of conflict between the main characters. It was truly fun watching DS9's first season, STNG's sixth season and then DS9's second season and STNG's seventh season all in the order they were originally aired, just as it was when they were all aired. It is too bad we won't initially be able to do that with DS9 & Voyager since we won't be seeing those sets until sometime next year. Of all the series that have passed, this is the one that I miss the most.
A brief synopsis of some of the "stand out" episodes of this great season:
The Homecoming, The Circle and The Siege - What can one say when they're treated to such an outstanding, well written and performed trilogy to begin a season of Star Trek, amazing! The thought process that went into this trilogy is well played out on the screen as our beloved characters find themselves deeply entrenched in the political situation on Bajor after Kira receives evidence of a famous Bajoran freedom fighter named Li Nalas still being held by the Cardassians.
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In season 2 we learn quite a bit about the crews past (e.g., previous loves, alliances, etc.)
1) The Homecoming - Kira risks war with the Cardassians when she attempts to rescue a Bajoran from a prison colony.
2) The Circle - Kira helps revealing the secret behind "The Circle".
3) The Siege - Bajoran forces are due to arrive and take over the station. Sisko and his officers remain on board to delay the takeover.
4) Invasive Procedures - A Trill steals Dax's symbiont with the intentions of transplanting it into himself.
5) Cardassians - An orphaned Cardassian raised by the Bajorans causes trouble on Deep Space 9 when the Cardassians try to get him back.
6) Melora - Dr. Bashir develops a way so that a woman he has fallen in love with can walk in normal gravity.
7) Rules of Acquisition - A female Ferengi, disguised as a male, falls for Quark.
8) Necessary Evil - When an attempt is made on Quark's life, Odo is faced with a 5-year-old murder, which Kira was the prime suspect.
9) Second Sight - Sisko falls in love for the 1st time since his wife's death.
10) Sanctuary - An alien race arrives on Deep Space 9 and claim that Bajor is its homeland.
11) Rivals - A swindler comes to Deep Space 9 and is in competition with Quark at the same time Bashir and O'Brien clash in a sporting contest.
12) The Alternate - Odo's old mentor arrives and wants to resume looking for Odo's true origin.
13) Armageddon Game - Dr. Bashir and Chief O'Brien work with two alien races for peace and rid them of deadly weapons.
14) Whispers - After returning from a mission it appears the entire station has turned against him.
15) Paradise - Sisko and O'Brien are stranded on a planet where the inhabitants appear to have rejected any form of technology.
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