The Maquis, Part II
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Episode:  41     Airdate:  May 2, 1994
The Wire
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Episode:  42     Airdate:  May 9, 1994
Crossover
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Episode:  43     Airdate:  May 16, 1994
The Collaborator
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Episode:  44     Airdate:  May 23, 1994

Catalog Number 05893-6
Running Time 184 minutes
Issued April 1, 2003
Languages / Channels English 5.1
English 2.0
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The Maquis, Part II
Directed by Corey Allen
Teleplay by Ira Steven Behr
Story by Rick Berman & Michael Piller &
Jeri Taylor
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Michael Piller
Starring Avery Brooks
Also Starring René Auberjonois
Siddig El Fadil
Terry Farrell
Cirroc Lofton
Colm Meaney
Armin Shimerman
Nana Visitor
Guest Stars Tony Plana
John Schuck
Natalija Nogulich
Bertila Damas
Michael Bell
Amanda Carlin
Marc Alaimo as Gul Dukat
Special Appearance by Bernie Casey
Stardate Unknown
After capturing Sisko (Avery Brooks) and his officers, the Maquis ask them to join the battle against the Cardassians, but Sisko refuses and the Maquis slip away. Back on the station, Sisko discovers the Cardassian Central Command has been smuggling weapons into the Demilitarized Zone without Gul Dukat's (Marc Alaimo) knowledge. After rescuing the Cardassian leader, who was kidnapped by the Maquis, the two join forces in an effort to put an end to the conflict. In the final confrontation, Sisko must face his old friend, Commander Cal Hudson (Bernie Casey), in a battle that will decide the fate of the Federation-Cardassian peace treaty.

The Wire
Directed by Kim Friedman
Written by Robert Hewitt Wolfe
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Michael Piller
Starring Avery Brooks
Also Starring René Auberjonois
Siddig El Fadil
Terry Farrell
Cirroc Lofton
Colm Meaney
Armin Shimerman
Nana Visitor
Guest Stars Andrew Robinson as Garak
Jimmie F. Skaggs
Ann Gillespie and
Paul Dooley as Enabran Tain
Stardate Unknown
During lunch with Bashir (Siddig El Fadil), Garak (Andrew Robinson) is overcome by extreme pain and collapses. An examination reveals a small implant in his brain. Dr. Bashir confronts Garak with the information and learns that the implant was a gift from Enabran Tain (Paul Dooley), the head of the Obsidian Order, a clandestine group which acts as the eyes and ears of the Cardassian Empire. It was designed to make the recipient immune to pain in case of capture or torture. Unfortunately, Garak has been using it to cope with his exile on the station, and now that he's addicted to it, the device is malfunctioning from overuse. The enigmatic Tain may be his only hope for survival.

Crossover
Directed by David Livingston
Teleplay by Peter Allan Fields and Michael Piller
Story by Peter Allan Fields
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Michael Piller
Starring Avery Brooks
Also Starring René Auberjonois
Siddig El Fadil
Terry Farrell
Cirroc Lofton
Colm Meaney
Armin Shimerman
Nana Visitor
Guest Stars Andrew Robinson as Garak
John Cothran, Jr.
Stardate 47879.2
After a difficult trip through the wormhole, Bashir (Siddig El Fadil) and Kira (Nana Visitor) find themselves trapped in an alternate universe where the station is populated by sadistic duplicates of the crew. While Bashir is sentenced to manual labor with the other 'Terrans,' Kira convinces her counterpart to spare their lives and let her try and find a way back. Later, the 'Mirror' Garak (Andrew J. Robinson) approaches Kira with a dangerous plan to overthrow her counterpart, and tells her that Bashir will be killed if she does not comply. Now their only hope for escape is to convince the oppressed 'Terrans' to break their chains and revolt!

The Collaborator
Directed by Cliff Bole
Teleplay by Gary Holland, Ira Steven Behr and Robert Hewitt Wolfe
Story by Gary Holland
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Michael Piller
Starring Avery Brooks
Also Starring René Auberjonois
Siddig El Fadil
Terry Farrell
Cirroc Lofton
Colm Meaney
Armin Shimerman
Nana Visitor
Guest Stars Philip Anglim as Vedek Bareil
Bert Remsen
Camille Saviola
Special Guest Star Louise Fletcher as Vedek Winn
Stardate Unknown
After visiting Kira (Nana Visitor) on the station, Vedek Bareil (Philip Anglim), prepares to return to Bajor where he hopes to become the new Kai, religious leader of the Bajoran people. Meanwhile, Kobus (Bert Remsen), a known Cardassian collaborator, is arrested on the station. From his cell, he pleads to be allowed to return to Bajor, but Kira refuses. When Vedek Winn (Louise Fletcher), who also has visions of being selected Kai, agrees to allow the old man to return home, Kira objects. Then Winn reveals that Kobus has information which implicates Bareil in the massacre of 43 Bajoran freedom fighters. Now Kira must investigate the man she loves and prove his innocence or watch his dreams be destroyed.


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