Star Trek Deep Space Nine: Series 2 (UK-import) (DVD)
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The complete second season of the popular 'Star Trek' spin-off series. In 'The Homecoming' Kira discovers that a Bajoran war hero, Li Nalas, is being held in a Cardassian labour camp and sets out to rescue him. In the second part, 'The Circle', anti-human feeling erupts again on the station, and Sisko orders an evacuation. Kira, meanwhile has been replaced as liaison officer on DS9 by Li Nalas, but from a Bajoran monastry she keeps her eye on the situation. 'The Siege' sees Sisko and the senior officers stay aboard DS9 as the right wing Bajorans move in and fight them with guerilla tactics. In 'Invasive Procedures' Deep Space Nine is suddenly and unexpectedly caught in a violent storm, leading to the evacuation of non-essential crew. While the station is running on a skeleton crew a band of criminals board the station and remove the Trill from Dax. In 'Cardassians' a young Cardassian orphan becomes the pawn in a political game between Bajor and Cardassia. In 'Melora', Dr Bashir falls in love with a woman from a planet where the gravity is different, and she is confined to a wheel-chair when away from her planet. Bashir sets about a treatment to free her from the chair. In 'Rules of Acquisition' a female Ferengi puts Quark in a difficult situation when she falls in love with him. In 'Necessary Evil' an attack on Quark's life reminds Odo of the first crime he investigated on DS9, and threatens to break the bond that he has built up with Kira. In 'Second Sight', Sisko falls in love with a mysterious woman who turns out to be a telepathic projection. In 'Sanctuary', Kira helps a group of aliens from the Gamma Quadrant, who then lay claim to Bajor, saying it is their traditional homeland. In 'Rivals', Quark feels threatened when a swindler opens a rival business on the Promenade. In 'The Alternate', Odo is offered the chance to discover more about his origins by Doctor Mora Pol. In 'Armageddon Game', O'Brien and Bashir find themselves in danger when they go on a diplomatic mission to rid a nation of a destructive weapon. In 'Whispers', O'Brien is treated with suspicion by both his friends and family when he returns to DS9 after a mission in the Paradas system. In 'Paradise', Sisko and O'Brien are stranded on a planet where there is strict discipline and a rejection of technology. In 'Shadowplay', Odo and Dax discover a planet in the Gamma Quadrant where the inhabitants of a town are beginning to disappear. In 'Playing God', Dax discovers a mini universe that is growing and beginning to displace her own universe. She finds signs of life within it, and is therefore reluctant to destroy it. In 'Profit and Loss', Quark's ex-lover returns to Deep Space Nine but she is now on the run from the Cardassians. In 'Blood Oath', three Klingons (all of whom had been in the original series) search out Curzon Dax who promised to help them in their quest for retribution. Jadzia finds that she cannot turn her back on her former host's friends. In 'The Maquis: Part 1', it becomes apparent that there is terrorist activity in the Cardassian demilitarised zone, so Sisko and Gul Dukat form an uneasy alliance to find out the truth. In the concluding episode of a two-part story, 'The Maquis: Part II', Sisko must go in search of the kidnapped Gul Dukat and face the renegade Starfleet officer, Hudson. In 'The Wire' Cardassian tailor Garak catches a mysterious illness whilst on board Deep Space Nine, and parts of his past life as a secret agent begin to surface. In 'Crossover', Major Kira slips into an alternate reality once visited by Captain Kirk, where mirror images of her colleagues from DS9 are now evil - even herself. In 'The Collaborator', Vedek Bareil is suspected of betraying Bajorans in the war with Cardassia, and Major Kira has to put her personal feelings behind her to investigate the allegations. In 'Tribunal', Chief O'Brien is falsely accused of murder and transported to Cardassia to stand trial. Finally in the last episode of this season, 'The Jem'Hadar', Sisko, Jake and Nog travel to the Gamma Quadrant and encounter the awesome warrior race, the Jem'Hadar, who intend to invade the Alpha Quadrant.
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|Skuespillere||Andrew Robinson, Armin Shimerman, Aron Eisenberg, Avery Brooks, Barbara Bosson, Bernie Casey, Camille Saviolla, Chris Sarandon, Cirroc Lofton, Colm Meaney, Daphne Ashbrook, Darleen Carr, Deborah Mayersen, Frank Langella, Gail Strickland, James Sloyan, John Colicos, John Glover, Julia Nickson, Kenneth Mars, Louise Fletcher, Marc Alaimo, Mary Crosby, Max Grodenchik, Megan Gallagher, Michael Ansara, Molly Hagen, Nana Visitor, Paul Dooley, Philip Anglim, Rene Auberjonois, Richard Beymer, Richard Kiley, Rosalind Chao, Siddig El Fadil, Tim Russ, Todd Waring, Wallace Shawn, William Campbell, William Schallert||Bestillingsnummer||PHE9327|
- Interactive Menus
- Bonus Footage
- Behind The Scenes
- Interviews: Terry Farrell
- Other Documentary: Featurettes: 'season Two: Deep Space Nine's Aliens'; 'props And Models'