In S3E16 of DS9: Prophet Motive, the Grand Nagus is back and there is something seriously wrong with him.
In S3E15 of DS9: Destiny, a Bajoran Vedek brings a prophecy of doom and gloom about working with some Cardassian scientists.
In S3E14 of DS9: Heart of Stone, Kira gets stuck inside a rock and Nog tries to bribe his way into Starfleet.
In S3E13 of DS9: Life Support, Kai Winn and Vedek Bareil are negotiating peace with the Cardassians when Bareil is critically injured.
In S3E12 of DS9: Past Tense, Part II, Sisko, Bashir and Dax try to clean up the timeline mess they made in the previous episode.
In S3E11 of DS9: Past Tense, Part I, Sisko, Bashir and Dax get thrown into the past! And you just know we are going to mess up history!
In S3E10 of DS9: Fascination, Lawaxana Troi arrives at the station for the Bajoran Gratitude Festival and everything goes wrong from there.
In S3E9 of DS9: Defiant, Riker turns up to carjack the Defiant and reveal some nasty truths in the Cardassian empire.
In S3E8 of DS9: Meridian, Dax decides to give her whole life up for a guy who asks how far down her spots go
In S3E7 of DS9: Civil Defense, an old Cardassian security program is triggered on the station and threatens the entire crew.
In S3E6 of DS9: The Abandoned, Quark accidentally buys a baby Jem’Hadar and Jake has a very booby girlfriend.
In S3E5 of DS9: Second Skin, the Obsidian Order tries to convince Kira that she’s been a secret Cardassian Agent all along. That is not nice.
In S3E4 of DS9: Equilibrium, there is a dark and deadly secret hiding in Dax’s history. We go to the Trill home world to uncover the truth..
In S3E3 of DS9: The House of Quark, Quark gets entangled in some Klingon drama and ends up on the sharp end of a blade in a shotgun wedding.
In S3E2 of DS9: The Search, Part II we learn more about Odo’s people and we watch the Federation enter into a non-favorable agreement with the Dominion.
In S3E1 of DS9: The Search, Part I we meet the famous Defiant starship! And we go on the hunt for the Founders.
We survived a lackluster mid-season 2, but things started picking up at the end of the season. So season 3 here we come!
In the Rebinge Deep Space Nine Season 2 Wrap Up we go through our mailbag and also rank the best and worst episodes of the season.
In S2E26 of DS9: The Jem’Hadar, we meet a new and very scary enemy but we also go on a fun camping trip with bugs and jambalaya.
In S2E25 of DS9: Tribunal, the Cardassians arrest Miles and put him on trial for providing weapons to the Maquis.
In S2E24 of DS9: The Collaborator, Vedek Bareil is getting cryptic messages from that crazy migraine trigger. Stay away from that thing!
We analyze S2E23 of DS9: Crossover. We find ourselves in the mirror universe where a leather-clad Kira is controlling the station and Sisko is her plaything.
We analyze S2E22 of DS9: The Wire. Garak is getting some bad headaches and turns out he’s in very big trouble. Can Bashir help?
We analyze S2E21 of DS9: The Maquis, Part 2. Sisko tries to get his friend Cal out of the Maquis and back into Starfleet before it’s too late.
We analyze S2E20 of DS9: The Maquis, Part 1. We are introduced to some Federation freedom fighters just trying to stay alive in the Cardassian DMZ.
We analyze S2E19 of DS9: Blood Oath. Jadzia struggles with an oath of vengeance made by Curzon more than 80 years ago.
We analyze S2E18 of DS9: Profit and Loss. Quark’s ex is on the run from the Cardassian authorities and Garak sees an opportunity to return home.
We analyze S2E17 of DS9: Playing God. Dax gets an intern and there are Cardassian rats in the conduits.
We analyze S2E16 of DS9: Shadowplay. Dax and Odo stumble into a peculiar little village of people in funny hats.
We analyze S2E15 of DS9: Paradise. Sisko and Miles get trapped on a planet with a powerful cult leader.
We analyze S2E14 of DS9: Whispers. Miles returns to the station after a short away mission and finds everyone acting funny.
We analyze S2E13 of DS9: Armageddon Game. Julian and Miles help two warring alien races destroy bio-mechanical weapons. Miles gets a little dangerous goo on his arm.
We analyze S2E12 of DS9: The Alternate. Odo’s “Dad” drops by to say hi and maybe abuse yet another life form.
We analyze S2E11 of DS9: Rivals. Everyone’s luck starts to fluctuate as a new visitor opens a casino on the Promenade.
We analyze S2E10 of DS9: Sanctuary. Millions of refugees descend on DS9 in search of a new home. What will Bajor do?
We analyze S2E9 of DS9: Second Sight. Sisko is seeing double – there’s a friendly woman who keeps appearing to him at night who looks an awful lot like the wife of a visiting scientist.
We analyze Season 2 Episode 7 of DS9: Rules of Acquisition. Pel, a young waiter at Quark’s, has a very big (or small) secret.
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.
James and Kim analyze S1 Ep 18 of DS9: Duet. A new Cardassian arrives at the station and he’s either an innocent filing clerk or the Butcher of Gallitep.
James and Kim analyze S1 Ep 17 of DS9: Dramatis Personae. Everyone is acting very oddly. Kira is on a power trip and Sisko is weirdly disinterested. What is Odo to do?
James and Kim analyze S1 Ep 16 of DS9: The Forsaken. Odo is fighting off Lwaxana’s (mostly) unwelcome advances while Dax and Miles are trying to house train a forsaken puppy/computer program.
James and Kim analyze S1 Ep 15 of DS9: If Wishes Were Horses. All kinds of weird stuff starts happening on the station. And oh yeah, we might all die (again).
James and Kim analyze S1 Ep 14 of DS9: Progress. Kira is fighting a balance between her past, her present and the future of Bajor.