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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Season 3 [1994] (7 discs)

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Composer:Dennis McCarthy
Length:1170 minutes
(19 hours 30 minutes)
MPAA Rating:UR
Sorting Category:Star Trek TV
IMDB Rating:7.5/10
Amazon Rating:4.5/5 stars
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Synopsis: Tensions rise as the Dominion threat remains constant in everyone's mind.


Reaction: This begins the foundation for one of th largest arcs in the run of the show.


Personal Rating: 8/10


Highlights
"Second Skin" and "The Die is Cast"

Select Guest Cast
Alexander Siddig => Torias Dax (Facets)
Armin Shimerman => Audrid Dax (Facets)
Avery Brooks => Joran Dax (Facets)
Chase Masterson => Emony Dax (Facets)
Colm Meaney => Tobin Dax (Facets)
Jeffrey Alan Chandler => Guardian (as Jefrey Alan Chandler) (Facets)
Nana Visitor => Lela Dax (Facets)
Rene Auberjonois => Curzon Dax (Facets)
Andrea Martin => Ishka (Family Business)
Ann Gillespie => Nurse Jabara (Life Support)
Bill Smitrovich => Webb (Past Tense: Part 1)
Dick Miller => Vin (Past Tense: Part 1)
Eidan Hanzei => Male Guest (as Henry Hayashi) (Past Tense: Part 1)
Jim Metzler => Chris Brynner (Past Tense: Part 1)
Billy Burke => Ari (Second Skin)
Gregory Sierra => Entek (Second Skin)
Lawrence Pressman => Ghemor (Second Skin)
Brett Cullen => Deral (Meridian)
Jeffrey Combs => Tiron (Meridian)
Bumper Robinson => Jem'Hadar Teenager (The Abandoned)
Jill Sayre => Mardah (The Abandoned)
Leslie Bevis => Rionoj (The Abandoned)
Carlos Carrasco => D'Ghor (The House of Quark)
Joseph Ruskin => Tumek (The House of Quark)
Mary Kay Adams => Grilka (The House of Quark)
Robert O'Reilly => Gowron (The House of Quark)
Carlos Lacamara => Retaya (as Carlos LaCamara) (Improbable Cause)
Joseph Ruskin => Informant (Improbable Cause)
Paul Dooley => Enabran Tain (Improbable Cause)
Clint Howard => Grady (Past Tense: Part 2)
Danny Goldring => Legate Kell (Civil Defense)
Dennis Christopher => Borath (The Search: Part 2)
Natalija Nogulich => Admiral Alynna Nechayev (as Natalija Nogulich) (The Search: Part 2)
Duncan Regehr => Shakaar (Shakaar)
William Lucking => Furel (Shakaar)
Erick Avari => Vedek Yarka (Destiny)
Jessica Hendra => Dejar (Destiny)
Tracy Scoggins => Gilora (Destiny)
Wendy Robie => Ulani (Destiny)
Felecia M. Bell => Jennifer Sisko (Through the Looking Glass)
Tim Russ => Tuvok (Through the Looking Glass)
Jack Shearer => Ruwon (Visionary)
Jeff McBride => Joran Belar (as Jeff Magnus McBride) (Equilibrium)
John Fleck => Ornithar (The Search: Part 1)
Martha Hackett => T'Rul (The Search: Part 1)
Jonathan Frakes => Thomas Riker (Defiant)
Shannon Cochran => Kalita (Defiant)
Tricia O'Neil => Korinas (Defiant)
Juliana Donald => Emi (Prophet Motive)
Tiny Ron => Maihar'du (Prophet Motive)
Wallace Shawn => Zek (Prophet Motive)
Lawrence Pressman => Krajensky (The Adversary)
Leland Orser => Lovok (The Die is Cast)
Majel Barrett => Lwaxana Troi (Fascination)
Victor Rivers => Altovar (Distant Voices)
Select Cast and Crew
Alexander Singer => Director
Avery Brooks => Director / Captain Sisko
Cliff Bole => Director
David Livingston => Director
Jonathan Frakes => Director
Jonathan West => Director
Kim Friedman => Director
Les Landau => Director
Rene Auberjonois => Director / Odo
Reza Badiyi => Director
Winrich Kolbe => Director
D. Thomas Maio => Writer
David S. Cohen => Writer
Gordon T. Dawson => Writer
Ira Steven Behr => Writer
John Shirley => Writer
Mark Gehred-O'Connell => Writer
Martin A. Winer => Writer
Mike Krohn => Writer
Philip LaZebnik => Writer
René Echevarria => Writer
Robert Hewitt Wolfe => Writer
Ronald D. Moore => Writer
Steve Warnek => Writer
Dennis McCarthy => Composer
Gene Roddenberry => Creator, Original Series
Alexander Siddig => Doctor Bashir
Andrew Robinson => Garak
Armin Shimerman => Quark
Aron Eisenberg => Nog
Chase Masterson => Leeta
Cirroc Lofton => Jake Sisko
Colm Meaney => Chief O'Brien
Hana Hatae => Molly O'Brien
Jeffrey Combs => Brunt
Judi M. Durand => Cardassian Computer Voice
Ken Marshall => Michael Eddington
Louise Fletcher => Kai Winn
Majel Barrett => Federation Computer
Marc Alaimo => Gul Dukat
Mark Allen Shepherd => Morn
Max Grodénchik => Rom
Nana Visitor => Major Kira
Penny Johnson Jerald => Kasidy Yates
Philip Anglim => Vedek Bareil
Rosalind Chao => Keiko O'Brien
Salome Jens => Female Shapeshifter
Terry Farrell => Lt. Commander Jadzia Dax

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • Andrew Robinson was originally intended to play Odo. However, the producers decided to go with Rene Auberjonois, instead.
  • Jonathan Frakes's character William Riker is the only one to appear in [all four] [Star Trek] [live spin-off] [series].
  • Avery Brooks is the only actor to appear in every episode of the series.
  • The number 47 pops up an inordinate amount of times on computer screens, serial numbers, dates and so on. This tradition was started by writer/coproducer Joe Menosky and was soon picked up by the rest of the production team. Menosky said that he choose that particular number because when he was a graduate student at Pomona College, Professor of Mathematics Donald Bentley proved as a joke that all numbers are equal to 47. Interestingly, the later series [Alias] also featured the number 47 many times, and incorporated it into its ongoing storyline.
  • The character Benjamin Sisko was ranked #50 in [TV Guide]'s list of the "50 Greatest TV Dads of All Time" ({20 June 2004 issue}).