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Stardate 46421.5: A Bajoran who had crossed paths with Odo during the Cardassian Occupation has arrived on Deep Space Nine. Odo gives the man a day to vacate the station, but a while later the man is found dead. The only known enemy that the man has on the station is the Constable. Meanwhile, Keiko O'Brien plans a school for the children aboard DS9, but has trouble finding parents willing to allow their children to attend her classes.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x4
Production Number: 403
Airdate: Sunday January 17th, 1993

Alternate Airdates:

Ireland Oct 05, 1995
France Oct 05, 1995
United Kingdom Oct 05, 1995

Guest Stars
Aron EisenbergAron Eisenberg
As Nog
Max GrodénchikMax Grodénchik
As Rom
Rosalind ChaoRosalind Chao
As Keiko
Peter Vogt (1)Peter Vogt (1)
As Bajoran #1
Tom KlunisTom Klunis
As Old Man

Co-Guest Stars
Diana CignoniDiana Cignoni
As Dabo Girl
Hana HataeHana Hatae
As Molly
Judi M. DurandJudi M. Durand
voiced Station Computer
Kathryn GrafKathryn Graf
As Bajoran Woman
Patrick CupoPatrick Cupo
As Bajoran Man
Scott TrostScott Trost
As Bajoran Officer

Mark Allen ShepherdMark Allen Shepherd
As Morn
Episode Notes
Log Entry:
* Stardate 46421.5 - Ibudan has been turned over to the Bajoran authorities just hours after his clone gained consciousness and began a new life. The perpetrators of the mob violence have retreated into their own business. To my knowledge, Odo has received no apologies. Meanwhile, life on the station has begun to return to normal.

One difference between Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is the use of ship's logs. While Captain Jean-Luc Picard recorded at least one log entry during an episode, Commander Sisko does not. Due to this, the Stardate, usually given at the beginning of TNG, is given at totally random times throughout an episode of DS9, if at all. In this episode, the Stardate is not given until the events of "A Man Alone" have been resolved.

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