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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: The Homecoming (1)

Jake comes to his father for advice on where to take a Bajoran girl on a first date, his first ever. Unfortunately, Commander Sisko's time as head of Deep Space Nine is at a crossroads. Now, Major Kira brings him news that a Cardassian labor camp is still holding Bajorans on Cardassia IV. One of the prisoners is a man, thought to be dead, who could reunite Bajor. Kira requests a Runabout in order to rescue the Bajorans from their illegal imprisonment. Meanwhile, an ultra-nationalistic Bajoran group called The Circle makes their presence known on DS9.

Episode Info


Episode number: 2x1
Production Number: 421
Airdate: Sunday September 26th, 1993


Alternate Airdates:

France Feb 08, 1996
United Kingdom Feb 08, 1996
Ireland Feb 08, 1996

Guest Stars
John FleckJohn Fleck
As Cardassian
Recurring
Marc AlaimoMarc Alaimo
As Dukat
Recurring
Max GrodénchikMax Grodénchik
As Rom
Recurring
Michael Bell (1)Michael Bell (1)
As Borum
Recurring
Richard BeymerRichard Beymer
As Nalas
Recurring

Co-Guest Stars
Leslie BevisLeslie Bevis
As Freighter Captain
Recurring
Paul NakauchiPaul Nakauchi
As Tygarian Officer

Uncredited
Frank LangellaFrank Langella
As Esso
Recurring
Episode Notes
."The Homecoming" is the first part of a three-part story arc, a first for any Star Trek series. It is also the first time that different titles are used for each episode in the story arc.

Quark quotes his brother, Rom, the Ferengi seventy-sixth Rule of Acquisition: Every once in a while, declare peace. It confuses the hell out of your enemies.



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