The command crew begins acting strangely, leaving Odo to figure out what’s happening before people start dying.
Odo has to deal with a particularly affectionate Lwaxana Troi.
Instances of people’s imagination suddenly start appearing on the station, and it isn’t all pleasant dreams.
Sisko, Kira, Bashir, and the Kai of Bajor end up on a planet where the fighting never ends.
The Command Crew find themselves playing a seemingly deadly game, and it’s all Quark’s fault.
A dead criminal apparently is still planning crimes on the station.
Dax finds herself potentially under an extradition order for murder…based on actions from her previous host.
A weird disease hits the station, and it causes victims to speak gibberish.
Odo finds himself in a unique position when he’s the main suspect in a murder case!
Ben Sisko takes on a command that grows more important than anyone would have guessed in the pilot for Deep Space Nine.