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Series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Season 1, Episode 2
Star Trek - Deep Space Nine 1x02 001
Air date January 10th, 1993
Writers Katharyn Powers
Director Winrich Kolbe
Producers Ira Steven Behr; Rick Berman; Peter Allan Fields; Peter Lauritson; David Livingston; Steve Oster; Michael Piller
Starring Avery Brooks; Rene Auberjonois; Siddig El Fadil; Terry Farrell; Cirroc Lofton; Colm Meaney; Armin Shimerman; Nana Visitor
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Synopsis Edit

Cast Edit

Principal Cast Edit

Actor Role
Avery Brooks Cmdr. Benjamin Sisko
Rene Auberjonois Constable Odo
Siddig El Fadil Doctor Julian Bashir
Terry Farrell Lieutenant Jadzia Dax
Cirroc Lofton Jake Sisko [1]
Colm Meaney Chief Miles O'Brien
Armin Shimerman Quark [2]
Nana Visitor Major Kira Nerys

Guest Stars Edit

Actor Role
Jeffrey Nordling Tahna
Andrew Robinson Garak
Gwynyth Walsh B'Etor
Barbara March Lursa
Susan Bay Admiral
Vaughn Armstrong Gul Danar
Richard Ryder Bajoran deputy
Scott Barry Bajoran officer
Robert Coffee Bajoran civilian
Brian Demonbreun Starfleet Science Officer
Holiday Freeman Human DS9 resident
Kevin Grevioux Security officer
Mark Lentry Command Division officer
David B. Levinson Broik
Tyana Parr Human DS9 resident
Michael Zurich Bajoran security deputy
Mark Allen Shepherd Morn

Notes & Trivia Edit

  • First appearance of Garak.

Quotes Edit

  • Odo: Why don't I... lock them up and call the Klingons to come get them?
  • Commander Sisko: Odo.
  • Odo: If they're enemies of the Klingon High Council...
  • Commander Sisko: They haven't broken any laws here. You can't just throw them in jail.
  • Odo: You know, Cardassian rule may have been oppressive, but at least it was... simple.

See also Edit

Media

The World of Star Trek

Star Trek miscellaneous

External Links Edit

References Edit

  1. Credited, but does not appear in this episode.
  2. Credited, but does not appear in this episode.


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