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.
Kira has mixed feelings about forcing a farmer to move to make way for energy production.
Odo learns he may not be as alone in the universe as he thought.
Quark gets a new position in Ferengi society, and all the dangers associated therein.
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.
Q arrives on Deep Space 9, and then the power systems go haywire. Is it a coincidence?