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On a camping trip in the Gamma Quadrant, Sisko, Jake, Nog and Quark encounter the muscle of the Dominion, the feared Jem’Hadar.
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HERE… WE… GO!
Deep Space Nine has plodded along for 46 episodes, but has finally discovered the story it wants to tell and begins to weave the tapestry here. Nog’s interest in Starfleet, I think, begins here – with his excitment to be in the cockpit of the runabout.
The Dominion are still not quite what they will be… but we’ll get there. The only thing I wish is that the Dominion were built up to be a bigger deal throughout the two seasons, with stragglers coming from the Gamma Quadrant looking for refuge, but anyway… I digress.
Never before has a Star Trek series ended with our lead character saying ‘the first battle will be fought here, and I intend to be ready for them.’ It’s such a militaristic mindset and one that once had no place in the franchise. Our heroes didn’t attack, they defended. Not anymore.
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