In which DS9 is not wheelchair-accessible, Melora has no concept of rank-appropriate duties, and nobody likes being serenaded.
In which a Cardassian orphan appears, a difficult custody hearing is had, and a chess-master is revealed.
In which the station is evacuated again, mercenaries are never good news, and sometimes the bureaucracy knows what it’s doing.
In which the situation is depressingly familiar, many minutia are established, and very little is neatly wrapped up.
In which violence escalates, major players are revealed, and I try to scrub my brain clean of the images forced upon it.
In which Quark commits malicious altruism, Nerys and Miles go on a field trip, and we have a new crew member.
In which we meet the true face of evil.
In which Deep Space Nine shows us its true potential for the first time.
In which I am so angry right now guys you don’t even know.
In which three ambassadors, O’Brien, and Lwaxana Troi adopt puppies.