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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Season Seven

Title Prod # Stardate Original US Airdate
Image in the Sand 551 Unknown 30 September 1998
Sisko has retreated to Earth to contemplate a way of contacting the Bajoran Prophets. When the vision of a woman's face, buried in the sand, appears to Sisko, he sketches her, and Jake recognizes her from one of his grandfather's photos.      
Shadows and Symbols 552 52152.6 07 October 1998
Jake, Joseph, Ezri and Ben set off on the search for Bajor's mythical Orb of the Emissary. Back at the station, Kira prepares a blockade to stop the Romulans, who have placed weapons on a Bajoran moon. On a Klingon ship, Worf, O'Brien, Bashir, and Quark embark on a mission of their own: to destroy a Dominion shipyard.      
Afterimage 553 Unknown 14 October 1998
Ezri must deal with the range of reactions her presence generates. Worf, pained by the memory of his dead wife Jadzia, which Ezri's presence provokes, makes it clear he wants nothing to do with her. Elsewhere, Garak inexplicably collapses and is rushed to Doctor Bashir's care.      
Take Me Out to the Holosuite 554 Unknown 21 October 1998
Vulcan Captain Solok challenges former classmate and longtime rival Sisko to a baseball game on the Holosuite. With only two weeks to whip his team into shape, Captain Benjamin Sisko vows he's going to beat Solok - even though Jake is the only other person residing on the station who has ever played baseball.      
Chrysalis 555 Unknown 28 October 1998
The group of genetically enhanced humans escape from their medical facility home in the hopes that Bashir can cure their friend Sarina. Her enhancements left her in a catatonic state, and Bashir attempts an untried procedure on her brain that initially appears to have no effect. However, a few days later, Sarina speaks for the first time.      
Treachery, Faith, and the Great River 556 Unknown 04 November 1998
Odo is lured to a secret meeting site, where he finds himself face to face with Weyoun. He announces that he's decided to defect and promises to provide valuable information that could help the Federation win the war. After the two board Odo's Runabout, the ship is hailed by the none other than Weyoun.      
Once More Unto the Breach 557 Unknown 11 November 1998
Worf is paid a visit by Kor who has been unable to secure the command of a ship. Worf approaches Martok with the request - which is angrily refused. Undaunted, Worf appoints Kor as a third officer on the Ch'Tang, Martok's flagship, where he is treated with awe by the crew - much to Martok's chagrin.      
The Siege of AR-558 558 Unknown 18 November 1998
Sisko encounters Starfleet troops who have been decimated during their five-month occupation of the largest Dominion communications array in the sector. In addition to daily skirmishes with the enemy, the shell-shocked forces are constantly threatened by "Houdinis" - anti-personnel mines that are cloaked in subspace.      
Covenant 559 Unknown 25 November 1998
Vedek Fala, Kira's former teacher, pays her an unexpected visit. He gives Kira a crystal which transports her to Empok Nor, where, to her horror, she is met by her old enemy Gul Dukat - the Cardassian who oversaw the occupation of Bajor. He is now the leader of a Bajoran religious faction which worships the Pah-wraiths.      
It's Only a Paper Moon 560 Unknown 30 December 1998
After losing his leg in battle, a sombre Nog returns to DS9 to recuperate. After pushing away those who try the most diligently to help, Nog decides to take his medical leave in the Holosuite world of 1962 Las Vegas lounge singer Vic Fontaine.      
Prodigal Daughter 561 Unknown 06 January 1999
Sisko learns that O'Brien has vanished while on a secret trip to New Sydney. Because Ezri's family owns a mining operation in the system, Sisko asks her to help find the chief. Ezri returns home, where she's reunited with her domineering mother, Yanas Tigan - a shrewd business woman - and her brothers Norvo and Janel.      
The Emperor's New Cloak 562 Unknown 03 February 1999
Zek disappears while on a business trip to the Mirror Universe. Ezri Dax's counterpart from the universe delivers word that the Nagus is a prisoner of the evil Alliance and will be killed unless Quark can secure a cloaking device. Quark and brother Rom steal one from a Klingon vessel, then accompany Ezri back to the Mirror Universe.      
Field of Fire 563 Unknown 10 February 1999
Ezri confronts one of Dax's previous incarnations in a dream: Joran, a self-professed murderer, who urges Ezri to channel his disturbing memories and enable him to assist her in apprehending a killer. When Ezri awakens, she learns that a second murder has occurred. She soon realises that she is next on the hit-list.      
Chimera 564 Unknown 17 February 1999
Odo discovers one of "the hundred" shapeshifters who were, like himself, sent out as infants into the galaxy to learn about other species. The Changeling, known as Laas, queries Odo about their unique species, but soon question's his complacency to stay among the "solids" on DS9.      
Badda-Bing Badda-Bang 566 Unknown 24 February 1999
Upset by the arrival of gangster Frankie Eyes in Vic's lounge, the crew decides it must rid him from the program. But he must be eliminated in a way what is period-specific to Fontaine's era: 1962. The whole crew get involved when Vic is beaten up, and start to plan a strategy to return Vic's to it's rightful owner.      
Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges 565 Unknown 03 March 1999
Bashir is visited by Sloan, the director of Section 31 who asks him to gather information on the Romulan leadership. After consulting with Admiral Ross, Sisko advises Bashir to play along with Sloan in order to determine his motivations.      
Penumbra 567 52576.2 07 April 1999
As Sisko revels in the purchase of some Bajoran land, word reaches the station that Worf is missing in action after a fierce battle with the Dominion. Due to strategic concerns, Sisko calls off the search party before Worf can be found. Overcome by memories of Jadzia's life with Worf, Ezri steals a runabout and goes in search of Worf herself.      
'Til Death Do Us Part 568 Unknown 14 April 1999
Kai Winn arrives to 'assist' Sisko with his wedding. Later, she has a long-awaited vision from the Prophets, who reveal that a 'Guide' will soon visit her; the Prophets hope that, together, the two will lead Bajor's Restoration. Gul Dukat, now surgically altered to look like a Bajoran, appears on the Promenade.      
Strange Bedfellows 569 Unknown 21 April 1999
Worf and Ezri are beamed aboard a Jem'Hadar ship, where the Female Shapeshifter and Thot Gor, the respective leaders of the new Dominion-Breen alliance, prepare to sign a treaty designed to destroy the Federation and end the war. However, Damar objects to signing it because of concessions, made to Thot Gor.      
The Changing Face of Evil 570 Unknown 28 April 1999
While Dominion and Breen commanders rejoice in their attack on Earth, their supposed ally - Cardassian leader Damar - secretly plots to free his homeland from Dominion occupation. Meanwhile, on Bajor, Dukat tells Kai Winn she must release the Pah-wraiths from the fire caves by reading the ancient forbidden text of the Kosst Amojan.      
When It Rains… 571 Unknown 05 May 1999
Sisko orders Kira to put her hatred of Cardassians aside and train Damar's staff in resistance tactics. Hoping to ease Cardassian resentment against the Bajoran Kira, Sisko gives her a Starfleet commission and uniform. On Bajor, Kai Winn studies the forbidden text of the Kosst Amojan to learn how to release the evil Pah-wraiths.      
Tacking Into the Wind 572 Unknown 12 May 1999
While Colonel Kira reviews tactical plans with the Cardassian Resistance leaders, Sisko condemns Gowron for reckless attacks which left Martok injured. Back at the rebel headquarters, Kira proposes stealing the enemy's weaponry so that the Federation can engineer a countermeasure.      
Extreme Measures 573 52645.7 19 May 1999
Kira brings a terminally ill Odo back to the station for medical treatment. O'Brien and Bashir inform Sisko of their plan to lure a Section 31 operative, who may hold the cure to Odo's disease, to the station. Bashir and O'Brien must risk their own lives by entering Sloan's brain to find the cure.      
The Dogs of War 574 Unknown 26 May 1999
Kira, Garak and Damar barely escape a Dominion ambush on Cardassia and are forced into hiding. Quark receives a static-filled message from Grand Nagus Zek, the Ferengi leader, informing him that he's been named Zek's successor. Now cured of the deadly virus, Odo is outraged to learn that he was infected by Section 31.      
What You Leave Behind, Part I 575 Unknown 02 June 1999
While Dukat and Winn enter the Fire Caves, the first power outage strikes on Cardassia. The Female Shapeshifter realizes that the Cardassian people are rising up against the Dominion — and she promises severe retaliation. Monitoring events from their basement hideout, Kira, Damar and Garak are horrified when Weyoun announces that, as punishment for every act of sabotage committed by rebel forces, one Cardassian city will be leveled. Reacting to the decree, Kira decides they must attack Dominion headquarters. Entering Cardassian space aboard the Defiant, Sisko prepares his crew to engage the Dominion-Cardassian-Breen fleet in battle. As the Federation forces strike, the Defiant is rocked by enemy fire. Back on Cardassia, Jem'Hadar soldiers burst into Damar's hideout. Suffering heavy losses in space, Sisko, Admiral Ross and Chancellor Martok strategically realign their attack. Meanwhile, word of Damar's capture reaches the Female Shapeshifter, who orders Weyoun to have Damar, Kira and Garak executed. Before the order can be carried out, Cardassian soldiers revolt and rescue the rebel trio. Meanwhile, in the heat of battle, the Defiant crew is elated when Cardassian ships switch sides and attack the Dominion fleet. In retaliation, the Female Shapeshifter orders the complete extermination of the Cardassian race — and a Dominion retreat to Cardassia Prime. Emboldened by the Cardassian about-face, Sisko, Ross and Martok decide to press forward in an attempt to end the war once and for all. On Bajor, Winn chants from the Kosst Amojan, brings the Fire Caves to life, and attempts to release the Pah-wraiths. And back on Cardassia, Kira, Damar and Garak lead an invasion of Dominion headquarters. Damar is killed by Jem'Hadar guards, but inspired by his leadership, the rest of the resistance presses on.      
What You Leave Behind, Part II 576 Unknown 02 June 1999
While Sisko, Ross and Martok plan a final assault in space, Kira and Garak lead the Cardassian resistance on the ground into Dominion headquarters and overtake the Briefing Room. Kira orders the Female Shapeshifter to surrender, but she refuses; soon after, the defiant Weyoun is killed by Garak. When Kira alerts Sisko to the situation on Cardassia, Odo asks to meet with the Female Shapeshifter. In the Fire Caves, Winn poisons Dukat with a glass of wine — and presents his body as a religious sacrifice to the Pah-wraiths. Hoping to commune with the Female Shapeshifter, Odo links with her and heals the Shapeshifter of the disease that has ravaged their people. Transformed by the experience, she orders a cease-fire. Eager to cure the rest of the ailing Shapeshifters, Odo informs a deeply saddened Kira that he is returning to his homeworld. With the signing of surrender documents, the war officially ends. Later, Worf agrees to become the Federation Ambassador to Kronos and O'Brien announces that he's returning to Earth to teach. The crew holds a farewell party for Worf, O'Brien and Odo. Meanwhile, the Pah-wraiths bring Dukat, as a Cardassian, back to life in the Fire caves, and Sisko abruptly leaves the party — after a vision from the Sarah Prophet — to visit the site. Sisko confronts Dukat, and Winn is sacrificed to the Pah-wraiths; Sisko tackles Dukat and, along with the text of the evil Kosst Amojan, they plunge into the fiery abyss. Sisko "awakes" in a great vision: the Sarah Prophet assures him that he has completed his task by returning the Pah-wraiths to the Fire Caves; she then informs Sisko that he must now join the Prophets. Back on the space station, Kasidy has a vision of Sisko in which he explains his reason for remaining with the Prophets — and he promises to return someday. In the meantime, Jake Sisko grapples with his father's departure; Bashir and O'Brien bid a fond farewell; Ezri Dax says goodbye to Worf; and Kira leaves Odo on the Changeling planet where a sea of ailing Shapeshifters awaits his curative link. At Deep Space Nine, Kira takes command of the Captain's chair, Ezri and Bashir plan their future, and, despite her own feelings of loss, Kira reaches out to comfort a fatherless Jake.      
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