Star Trek Deep Space 9 Season 1

A stable wormhole is discovered by Deep Space 9 and its crew. It’s known to the Bajoran people as the Celestial Temple of their Prophets.

Sisko as the discoverer of the wormhole becomes known as the Emissary of the Bajoran prophesy. At the other end of the wormhole lies the Gamma Quadrant, halfway around the galaxy from Bajor.


Star Trek Deep Space 9 / Season 1 DVD Episode Guide


EmissaryStardate 46379.1
When the troubled Commander Sisko takes command of a surrendered space station, he learns that it borders a unique stable wormhole.

Past Prologue – Stardate Unkown
Tahna Los, a former Bajoran terrorist during the Occupation, asks Sisko for asylum on DS9. Meanwhile, the station’s last Cardassian inhabitant, Garak, possibly a former spy for the Cardassian government, proves an interesting mystery to Dr. Bashir.

A Man Alone – Stardate 46421.5
Ibudan, a criminal/murderer Odo has dealt with before, returns to DS9 only to be murdered shortly after. . .leaving Odo to be the prime suspect. Meanwhile, Jake and Nog’s trouble making prompt Keiko to do something helpful for the station’s children.


Babel – Stardate 46423.7
The crew and civilian population of Deep Space Nine begin to gabble when a plague, engineered by the Bajorans as a weapon against the Cardassians, accidentally gets released into the station’s atmosphere.

Captive Pursuit – Stardate Unkown
For the first time an alien comes from the other side of the wormhole. He has ship trouble and seems very reluctant to accept any help. Chief O’Brien quickly finds out he has a secret.

Q-Less – Stardate 46531.2
Q, the Enterprise-D’s consistent omnipotent annoyance, comes to harass the DS9 crew when his traveling companion, Vash, refuses to travel with Q any longer.

Dax – Stardate 46910.1
Sins of the Host indeed, as Jadzia Dax is accused of a murder her previous host, Curzon, supposedly committed.


The Passenger – Stardate Unknown
Rao Vantika, a captured criminal, is badly burned and dies in Bashir’s arms. . .but the criminal’s captor believes he is still alive.

Move Along Home – Stardate Unkown
The Wadi from the Gamma Quadrant are to make first contact and decide to visit DS9. When they catch Quark cheating they let him off by playing a special game.

The Nagus – Stardate Unkown
The Ferengi’s greatest politician and leader, the Grand Nagus, comes to the station. He seems very interested in Quark’s bar.

Vortex – Stardate Unkown
A man named Croden tells Odo he can take him to a place where aliens much like Odo himself exist, which would help Odo find out where he truly comes from.


Battle Lines – Stardate Unkown
After showing Bajoran spiritual leader Kai Opaka the wormhole, she, Sisko, Bashir and Kira crash land on a moon. Kai Opaka dies and the three meet the unfriendly locals.

The Storyteller – Stardate 46729.1
While Sisko tries to negotiate an agreement between two Bajoran factions, he orders O’Brien to escort Bashir to an emergency that endangers a village.

Progress – Stardate 46844.3
Kira must convince an old Bajoran farmer to leave a moon becoming uninhabitable due to mining operations. Jake and Nog try to trade off Cardassian yamok sauce.

If Wishes Were Horses – Stardate 46853.2
Dax investigates if an unusual energy reading is dangerous for the station when all of the sudden people’s imaginations really come alive, causing chaos.


The Forsaken – Stardate 46925.1
Lwaxana Troi comes for a political visit and instead hounds Odo for romantic attention.

Dramatis Personae – Stardate 46922.3
Out of nowhere the entire station’s command staff, save Odo, become power hungry and vie to defeat each other by forming secret alliances and plotting assassinations. Needless to say, Odo tries to figure out how this mysterious behavior was influenced.

Duet – Stardate Unkown
A Cardassian suffering from Kalla-Nohra, a disease that indicates he served in a labor camp, visits DS9. Kira is determined to convict him as a war criminal.

In the Hands of the Prophets – Stardate Unkown
Vedek Winn, a candidate in the race for the open Kai position, stirs up trouble on DS9 when she attempts to boycott Keiko’s school for not teaching Bajoran religious beliefs.


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