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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Season 6 [1997] (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:7.6/10
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Synopsis: The conflict with the Dominion jumps into overdrive this season.


Reaction: The soap opera of DS9 begins to grow. If you like that, you should enjoy this season. If not, there are five other series you can watch.


Personal Rating: 7/10


Highlights
"In The Pale Moonlight" and "Far Beyond the Stars"

Select Guest Cast
Alexander Siddig => Julius Eaton (Far Beyond the Stars)
Armin Shimerman => Herbert Rossoff (Far Beyond the Stars)
Aron Eisenberg => Vendor (Far Beyond the Stars)
Avery Brooks => Benny Russell (Far Beyond the Stars)
Brock Peters => Preacher (Far Beyond the Stars)
Cirroc Lofton => Jimmy (Far Beyond the Stars)
Colm Meaney => Albert Macklin (Far Beyond the Stars)
J.G. Hertzler => Roy Ritterhouse (Far Beyond the Stars)
Jeffrey Combs => Officer Mulkahey (Far Beyond the Stars)
Marc Alaimo => Officer Ryan (Far Beyond the Stars)
Michael Dorn => Willie Hawkins (Far Beyond the Stars)
Nana Visitor => Kay Eaton (Far Beyond the Stars)
Penny Johnson => Cassie (Far Beyond the Stars)
Rene Auberjonois => Douglas Pabst (Far Beyond the Stars)
Terry Farrell => Darlene Kursky (Far Beyond the Stars)
Bart McCarthy => Admiral Coburn (Favor the Bold)
Ericka Klein => Admiral Sitak (Favor the Bold)
Brad Greenquist => Krit (Who Mourns for Morn?)
Bridget White => Larell (as Bridget Ann White) (Who Mourns for Morn?)
Cyril O'Reilly => Nahsk (Who Mourns for Morn?)
Gregory Itzin => Hain (Who Mourns for Morn?)
Mark Allen Shepherd => Bar Patron in Morn's Chair (Who Mourns for Morn?)
Brock Peters => Joseph Sisko (A Time To Stand)
Carlos Carrasco => Krole (Honor Among Thieves)
Michael Harney => Chadwick (Honor Among Thieves)
Nick Tate => Bilby (Honor Among Thieves)
Cecily Adams => Ishka (The Magnificent Ferengi)
Hamilton Camp => Leck (The Magnificent Ferengi)
Iggy Pop => Yelgrun (The Magnificent Ferengi)
Josh Pais => Gaila (The Magnificent Ferengi)
Christopher Shea => Keevan (Rocks and Shoals)
Phil Morris => Remata'Klan (Rocks and Shoals)
Courtney Peldon => Farris (Valiant)
David Drew Gallagher => Riley Shepard (Valiant)
Paul Popowich => Tim Watters (Valiant)
David Bowe => Basso (Wrongs Darker than Death or Night)
Thomas Kopache => Kira Taban (Wrongs Darker than Death or Night)
Tim De Zarn => Halb (as Tim deZarn) (Wrongs Darker than Death or Night)
Debra Wilson => Lisa's Voice (The Sound of Her Voice)
Faith Salie => Sarina (as Faith C. Salie) (Statistical Probabilities)
Hilary Shepard => Lauren (as Hilary Shepard-Turner) (Statistical Probabilities)
Jeanetta Arnette => Doctor Loews (Statistical Probabilities)
Michael Keenan => Patrick (Statistical Probabilities)
Tim Ransom => Jack (Statistical Probabilities)
Gabrielle Union => N'Garen (Sons and Daughters)
Marc Worden => Alexander Rozhenko (Sons and Daughters)
Melanie Smith => Ziyal (Sons and Daughters)
Henry Gibson => Nilva (Profit and Lace)
Symba => Aluura (Profit and Lace)
Tiny Ron => Maihar'du (Profit and Lace)
Wallace Shawn => Zek (Profit and Lace)
James Darren => Vic Fontaine (His Way)
Leland Crooke => Vorta (One Little Ship)
Scott Thompson Baker => First Kudak'Etan (One Little Ship)
Michelle Krusiec => Older Molly O'Brien (Time's Orphan)
Philip Anglim => Bareil (Resurrection)
Shannon Cochran => Sirella (You Are Cordially Invited...)
Stephen McHattie => Vreenak (In the Pale Moonlight)
Todd Waring => Lasaran (Change of Heart)
William Sadler => Sloan (Inquisition)
Select Cast and Crew
Alexander Siddig => Director / Doctor Bashir
Allan Eastman => Director
Allan Kroeker => Director
Anson Williams => Director
Avery Brooks => Director / Captain Sisko
Chip Chalmers => Director
David Livingston => Director
Jesús Salvador Treviño => Director
Jonathan West => Director
LeVar Burton => Director
Michael Dorn => Director / Lt. Commander Worf
Michael Vejar => Director
Rene Auberjonois => Director / Odo
Victor Lobl => Director
Winrich Kolbe => Director
Bradley Thompson => Writer
David Weddle => Writer
Hans Beimler => Writer
Ira Steven Behr => Writer
Mark Gehred-O'Connell => Writer
Michael Taylor => Writer
René Echevarria => Writer
Ronald D. Moore => Writer
Dennis McCarthy => Composer
Gene Roddenberry => Creator, Original Series
Andrew Robinson => Garak
Armin Shimerman => Quark
Aron Eisenberg => Nog
Barry Jenner => Admiral Ross
Casey Biggs => Damar
Chase Masterson => Leeta
Cirroc Lofton => Jake Sisko
Colm Meaney => Chief O'Brien
Hana Hatae => Molly O'Brien
J.G. Hertzler => Martok
Jeffrey Combs => Brunt / Weyoun
Judi M. Durand => Cardassian Computer Voice
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 => Kasidy Yates
Rosalind Chao => Keiko O'Brien
Salome Jens => Female Shapeshifter
Terry Farrell => Lt. Commander Jadzia Dax

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • In a scene where Bashir and O'Brien come out of the holo-suite and talk to Quark dressed as WWII RAF pilots, most of O'Brien's jargon comes from a Monty Python sketch, RAF Banter.
  • Mark Allen Shepherd, in addition to his regular role as Morn, appeared as a Bajoran officer (whom Quark asks to sit in Morn's usual place at the bar) in the episode {Who Mourns for Morn?}.
  • Malcolm McDowell once said he'd like to appear on [DS9], but only if his nephew (Alexander Siddig) would direct the episode. Unfortunately, this never panned out, mostly due to scheduling conflicts.
  • The design of Ops incorporates ideas that were considered but dropped for The Bridge on [Star Trek: The Next Generation], such as the upper level office, the briefing table in the center of the room, and the transporter being built into the set.