Welcome to S5E5 of Rebinge DS9: The Assignment where an evil being takes over Keiko’s body and forces Miles into doing its dirty work.
In S4E24 of DS9: Body Parts where Quark gets into hot water with Brunt and the FCA while Kira becomes part of the O’Brien family.
In S4E23 of DS9: The Quickening, Bashir and Dax stumble onto a planet 200 years into a deadly incurable pandemic. Well…that’s grim!
In S4E22 of DS9: To the Death, Sisko and crew team up with some Jem’Hadar soldiers to chase after some baddies who attacked the station.
In S4E21 of DS9: For the Cause, Sisko has to face some harsh realities about his girlfriend and Eddington reveals a dark secret.
In S4E20 of DS9: The Muse, Lwaxana shows up with surprise and Jake has a creepy run in with an alien.
In S4E19 of DS9: Shattered Mirror, we step through the looking glass into the world of leather outfits, subdued lighting and questionable acting.
In S4E18 of DS9: Hard time, Miles services a virtual prison sentence and then struggles to re-incorporate into his normal life.
We analyze Season 2 Episode 6 of DS9: Melora. Melora is a visiting Ensign in need of some special accommodations to get around.
We analyze Season 2 Episode 5 of DS9: Cardassians. Cardassians left behind some unwanted children on Bajor when they withdrew. Now they want them back…well not all, just one.
James and Kim analyze Season 2 Episode 4 of DS9: Invasive Procedures. Another nefarious visitor arrives at the station and puts Jadzia’s life at risk.
James and Kim analyze Season 2 Episode 3 of DS9: The Siege. Lavender soldiers invade the station while Kira and Dax undertake a perilous mission to Bajor.
James and Kim analyze Season 2 Episode 2 of DS9: The Circle. Minister Jaro reveals his true nature and his alliance with Vedek Winn.
James and Kim analyze Season 2 Episode 1 of DS9: The Homecoming. Kira and Miles are on a secret mission to Cardassia IV.
James and Kim wrap up season 1 of their DS9 rebinge with the top and bottom 5 episodes.
James and Kim analyze S1 Ep 19 of DS9: In the Hands of the Prophets. Vedek Winn arrives to complain about the lack of church in Keiko’s school and to shout blasphemy at anyone who will listen.