Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Season 3
Season 3 opens with Sisko wanting to try a different tack instead of waiting for the Jem'Hadar to attack; he wants to take a new class starship to try to search for the Founders.
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- Episode 1: The Search Part 1
- Episode 2: The Search Part 2
- Episode 3: The House Of Quark
- Episode 4: Equilibrium
- Episode 5: Second Skin
- Episode 6: The Abandoned
- Episode 7: Civil Defense
- Episode 8: Meridian
- Episode 9: Defiant
- Episode 10: Fascination
- Episode 11: Past Tense Part 1
- Episode 12: Past Tense Part2
- Episode 13: Life Support
- Episode 14: Heart Of Stone
- Episode 15: Destiny
- Episode 16: Prophet Motive
- Episode 17: Visionary
- Episode 18: Distant Voices
- Episode 19: Through The Looking Glass
- Episode 20: Improbable Cause
- Episode 21: The Die Is Cast
- Episode 22: Explorers
- Episode 23: Family Business
- Episode 24: Shakaar
- Episode 25: Facets
- Episode 26: The Adversary
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October 23, 2017 Everything begins small, but this year features major revelations and developments for certain characters and ends with another cliffhanger of sorts that really lets people know that the series is going down a darker path than its predecessors.Read in Source
October 23, 2017 I've been disappointed with DS9 episodes before, but this must be the first time I felt let down because an entry was actually smarter than I was expecting.Read in Source
October 23, 2017 Relations between the Federation and the Dominion heat up and the Cardassians form an alliance with the Romulans in the third season.Read in Source
October 23, 2017 Past Tense was notable for depicting racism not from the perspective of a well-meaning white liberal, as seen in previous iterations of Star Trek, but through the eyes of people of color directly threatened by violence and indifference.Read in Source
October 23, 2017 Past Tense offers is classic Trek, even when it's gleefully contradicting and ignoring genre tropes. Think of it as the anti-'City on the Edge of Forever.'Read in Source
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