Crossfire
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Episode:  85     Airdate:  January 29, 1996
Return to Grace
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Episode:  86     Airdate:  February 5, 1996
Sons of Mogh
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Episode:  87     Airdate:  February 12, 1996
Bar Association
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Episode:  88     Airdate:  February 19, 1996

Catalog Number 05895-4
Running Time 184 minutes
Issued August 5, 2003
Languages / Channels English 5.1
English 2.0
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Crossfire
Directed by Les Landau
Written by René Echevarria
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Michael Piller
Starring Avery Brooks
Also Starring René Auberjonois
Michael Dorn
Terry Farrell
Cirroc Lofton
Colm Meaney
Alexander Siddig
Armin Shimerman
Nana Visitor
Stardate Unknown
First Minister Shakaar (Duncan Regehr), the former head of Major Kira's (Nana Visitor) resistance cell, creates a stir when he arrives at the station to negotiate Bajor's early admittance into the Federation. No sooner is Shakaar on board than Odo (René Auberjonois) discovers a Cardassian extremist group is planning to assassinate him. Security is increased throughout the station and Odo agrees to guard the minister around the clock, but his task is made especially difficult when Shakaar and Kira start to get close.

Odo, who is secretly in love with Kira, is soon overwhelmed by his emotions and begins to lose control -- a situation which could endanger all of their lives.

Return to Grace
Directed by Jonathan West
Teleplay by Hans Beimler
Story by Tom Benko
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Michael Piller
Starring Avery Brooks
Also Starring René Auberjonois
Michael Dorn
Terry Farrell
Cirroc Lofton
Colm Meaney
Alexander Siddig
Armin Shimerman
Nana Visitor
Stardate Unknown
At First Minister Shakaar's request, Kira (Nana Visitor) prepares for a conference at a Cardassian outpost. Surprisingly, she will be escorted there by her nemesis Gul Dukat (Marc Alaimo), who has been reduced to commanding a freighter. Dukat reveals he was demoted because he brought Tora Ziyal (Cyia Batten), his half-Bajoran daughter, back to Cardassia, a move which destroyed his life and career.

Upon arriving at the outpost, they discover a Klingon Bird-of-Prey has destroyed the facility and all the diplomats are dead. At Kira's suggestion, Dukat adapts a disruptor from the outpost and together the two former combatants go after the Klingons. Will Dukat's redemption be Kira's downfall?

Sons of Mogh
Directed by David Livingston
Written by Ronald D. Moore
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Michael Piller
Starring Avery Brooks
Also Starring René Auberjonois
Michael Dorn
Terry Farrell
Cirroc Lofton
Colm Meaney
Alexander Siddig
Armin Shimerman
Nana Visitor
Stardate 49556.2
Worf's brother Kurn (Tony Todd) arrives at the station disgraced, dishonored and an outcast, having lost his seat on the Klingon High Council due to Worf's (Michael Dorn) defection from the Empire. Kurn demands that Worf perform the Mauk-to'Vor, a death ritual in which, by killing Kurn, Worf will restore his brother's lost honor.

Meanwhile, Sisko (Avery Brooks) grows suspicious of some Klingon "military exercises" located just outside Bajoran space. When Worf realizes the Klingons are laying a cloaked minefield in order to cut off Bajor from the rest of the Federation, he enlists his brother's aid and the Sons of Mogh join forces for one final battle.

Bar Association
Directed by LeVar Burton
Teleplay by Robert Hewitt Wolfe and Ira Steven Behr
Story by Barbara J. Lee and Jenniver A. Lee
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Michael Piller
Starring Avery Brooks
Also Starring René Auberjonois
Michael Dorn
Terry Farrell
Cirroc Lofton
Colm Meaney
Alexander Siddig
Armin Shimerman
Nana Visitor
Stardate Unknown
After suffering for weeks with an ear infection without a day off, Rom (Max Grodenchik) finally collapses in Quark's bar and is taken to the infirmary. Bashir (Alexander Siddig) is outraged that Quark (Armin Shimerman) treats his employees so badly and encourages Rom to form a union to protect them from further exploitation. Though he is fearful of angering the Ferengi Commerce Authority, Rom calls a secret meeting of the bar's employees, forms a union and outlines a list of demands. When Quark laughs them off, Rom calls a strike and the standoff begins. Soon F.C.A. Liquidator Brunt (Jeffrey Combs) arrives and promises to settle the strike by any means necessary.


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