Indiscretion

TZ Release Date

10/08/2015

US Release Date

23/10/1995

Stardate

Unknown

Synopsis

As Kira persues new information about a crashed Cardassian freighter that was carrying Bajoran prisoners, she is joined by Dukat who has a very personal reason for joining her. Meanwhile Kassidy Yates considers a move tothe station, complicating matters for Sisko…


The Trekzone Review

Dukat gets some smoothing around the edges here as he continues to become more than a two dimensional ‘bad guy.’ He has flaws and makes mistakes just like the best of us and that’s clearly on show here where we learn he was in love with a Bajoran and had fathered a child with her. He joined Kira on the hunt for the crashed prison ship but I don’t think it was Kira who talked him out of killing his daughter to save his career… I think Dukat just plain couldn’t do it.

Back on the station Kassidy continues to become a more prominent feature of Sisko’s life as she moves in and our Captain must confront his lingering feelings for Jennifer. Avery, as always, brought a real human quality and fallibility to the character.


Cast and Crew

Starring

Avery Brooks as Benjamin Sisko

Nana Visitor as Kira Neyrs

Terry Farrell as Jadzia Dax

Michael Dorn

Alexander Siddig as Julian Bashir

Colm Meaney as Miles O’Brien

René Auberjonois as Odo

Armin Shimerman as Quark

Cirroc Lofton as Jake Sisko

Guest Cast

Penny Johnson

Marc Alaimo

Roy Brocksmith

Teleplay By

Nicholas Corea

Directed By

Levar Burton

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