Wrongs Darker than Death or Night
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Episode:  141     Airdate:  March 30, 1998
Inquisition
©1998 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  142     Airdate:  April 6, 1998
In the Pale Moonlight
©1998 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  143     Airdate:  April 13, 1998
His Way
©1998 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  144     Airdate:  April 20, 1998

Catalog Number 05897-5
Running Time 184 minutes
Issued November 4, 2003
Languages / Channels English 5.1
English 2.0
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Wrongs Darker than Death or Night
Directed by Jonathan West
Written by Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Ira Steven Behr
Starring Avery Brooks
Also Starring René Auberjonois
Michael Dorn
Terry Farrell
Cirroc Lofton
Colm Meaney
Alexander Siddig
Armin Shimerman
Nana Visitor
Stardate Unknown
On her late mother Meru's birthday, Kira (Nana Visitor) receives a transmission from Gul Dukat (Marc Alaimo) in which he tells her that Meru, who supposedly died when Kira was three, was actually his lover for many years and left her family to be with him. When Kira's investigation fails to prove Dukat false, she asks Sisko (Avery Brooks), as the Emissary, to permit her to consult the Bajoran Orb of Time. He agrees, and Kira finds herself in the past, at a refugee center where she comes face to face with her long-lost family, who does not realize her true identity.

Inquisition
Directed by Michael Dorn
Written by Bradley Thompson & David Weddle
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Ira Steven Behr
Starring Avery Brooks
Also Starring René Auberjonois
Michael Dorn
Terry Farrell
Cirroc Lofton
Colm Meaney
Alexander Siddig
Armin Shimerman
Nana Visitor
Stardate Unknown
Internal Affairs Officer Sloan (William Sadler) arrives on the station, announcing that there has been a possible security breach. He believes an officer may be passing information to the Dominion and promptly confines the senior staff to quarters. Later, Sloan summons Bashir (Alexander Siddig) for a brief interview, which appears to go well. Back in his room, however, the doctor learns that O'Brien (Colm Meaney) was interrogated for two hours -- about him. Just then, Bashir is taken to a second meeting with Sloan.

In the Pale Moonlight
Directed by Victor Lobl
Teleplay by Michael Taylor
Story by Peter Allen Fields
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Ira Steven Behr
Starring Avery Brooks
Also Starring René Auberjonois
Michael Dorn
Terry Farrell
Cirroc Lofton
Colm Meaney
Alexander Siddig
Armin Shimerman
Nana Visitor
Stardate 51721.3
Going over casualty lists, Sisko (Avery Brooks) realizes there is only one hope of winning the war -- the Romulans, who signed a non-aggression pact with the Dominion, must be convinced to join the Federation/Klingon Alliance. Sure that the Dominion will eventually invade Romulus anyway, Sisko recruits Garak (Andrew Robinson) to discreetly obtain evidence from Cardassia that will bring the Romulans into the war.

His Way
Directed by Allan Kroeker
Written by Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Ira Steven Behr
Starring Avery Brooks
Also Starring René Auberjonois
Michael Dorn
Terry Farrell
Cirroc Lofton
Colm Meaney
Alexander Siddig
Armin Shimerman
Nana Visitor
Stardate Unknown
Bashir (Alexander Siddig) shows off his new Holosuite program, a 1960s Vegas singer named Vic Fontaine (James Darren) who performs in a lounge full of martini-swilling customers. While Vic is only a hologram, he is extremely perceptive and immediately senses Odo's unrequited love for Kira. Soon afterward, Kira (Nana Visitor) leaves for Bajor to visit her ex-lover Shakaar -- a move which clearly upsets Odo (René Auberjonois). He "borrows" Bashir's program and asks Vic for a little romantic advice.


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