Star trek: Deep Space Nine 6.01b - Rocks and shoals
Stardate around 51180
Threat advisory: Severe - Severe risk of entertaining activities
Stranded deep in Cardassian space without weapons or warp drive, Sisko (Avery Brooks) and his crew are forced to crash land on a deserted planet, which is also occupied by a marooned troop of Jem'Hadar and their treacherous, dying Vorta commander, Keevan (Christopher Shea). Sisko faces an unpleasant choice: deal with the commander, or face death at the hands of the Jem'Hadar...
Persons of interest
- Avery Brooks .... Commander Benjamin Lafayette Sisko
- René Auberjonois .... Constable Odo
- Michael Dorn .... Lieutenant Worf
- Terry Farrell .... Lieutenant Jadzia Dax
- Cirroc Lofton .... Jake Sisko
- Colm Meaney .... Chief O'Brien
- Armin Shimerman .... Quark
- Alexander Siddig .... Doctor Julian Bashir
- Nana Visitor .... Major Kira Nerys
- Majel Barrett .... Starfleet computer voice
- Christopher Shea .... Keevan
- Andrew Robinson .... Garak
- Phil Morris .... Remata'Klan
- Aron Eisenberg .... Cadet Nog
- Paul S Eckstein .... Limara'Son
- Lilyan Chauvin .... Vedek Yassim
- Sarah Macdonnell .... Neeley
- Joseph Fuqua .... Gordon
- Ronald D Moore .... Screenwriter
- Michael Vejar .... Director
Cinematic intelligence sources
- Studios and distributors:
Special Agent Matti
War! War! War!
There is a change from the single episode story here to a continuing theme: war. The tale is too big to be shown in one episode, so viewers are given chapters in 44 minutes of Trekkie heaven.
In this slice of bliss you will learn and have so much about the Dominion reinforced that it is a crucial episode to view. Even better, it is a darned entertaining showing, with hard decisions, ugly decisions, death and destruction.
Watch, watch, watch.
Security censorship classification
PG (Adult themes, low level violence)
Not for public release in Australia before date
27 January 1998