Deep Space 9 1x01 and 1x02 Emissary
'Resistance is futile.
'You will disarm your weapons
'and escort us to Sector 001.
'If you attempt to intervene,
- 'we will destroy you. '|- Red alert!
Load torpedo bays, ready phasers.
Move us to position alpha, Ensign.
- They've locked on.|- Reroute auxiliary power.
Our shields are being drained!
64 percent... 42.
Recalibrate shield mutation.
Modulation is having no effect.
- Shields have failed!|- Full reverse.
- Damage report!|- 'Damage to warp core.
'Containment failure in five minutes. '
Direct hit! Decks one through four.
Let's get the civilians|to the escape pods, Lieutenant.
Get to your assigned evacuation area|now.
'Damage to warp core.|Containment failure in four minutes. '
- I'll take care of her. You go on.|- Have you seen Jennifer?
'Damage to warp core.|Containment failure in three minutes. '
I'm gonna get your mom.|You're gonna be okay.
OK, Jake. We'll get your mom out|and we'll get out of here.
- Commander!|- Help me!
Jennifer, hold on.
- Help me get her free!|- There's nothing we can do.
We have to leave!
'Warning. Damage to warp core.|Containment failure in two minutes. '
Ensign, take the boy.
- We've got to go now, sir.|- We just can't leave her here!
Jake, you're OK.
- Stand by to launch.|- Ready.
Jake, there you are.
- How are they biting?|- Small fries. Threw them back.
- Want to go for a swim?|- We have to get ready.
It won't be so bad. I've heard|that Bajor is a beautiful world.
Why can't we live on the planet|instead of some old space station?
The station is in orbit of Bajor.|It will be just like shore duty.
- Will there be kids there?|- Absolutely! Lots of kids.
- 'Bridge to Sisko. '|- Yes, Captain?
'We're approaching Deep Space 9,|Commander.
- 'Docking in seven minutes. '|- Acknowledged.
What do you say?|We'll take the pond with us.
Computer, end program.
Is that it?
'Commence Station Log,|Deep Space 9.
'Commander Benjamin Sisko.|Stardate 46388.2.
'At the request of the Bajoran government,
'Starfleet is to establish a Federation|presence in this system
'following the withdrawal|of the Cardassian forces.
'The first officers, including|Chief of Operations, Miles O'Brien,
'arrived two days ago on the Enterprise. '
The Cardassians had some fun|the day they left.
Four Bajorans were killed|trying to protect their shops.
Why hasn't anybody cleaned up?
All available personnel|are repairing primary systems.
The Cardassians took everything of value.
We're virtually defenceless.
I discussed this with Major Kira,
the attaché of the Bajoran government...
- What about the civilians?|- A lot of them lost everything they had.
A few are trying to rebuild|but most are packing up to leave.
Welcome, Commander.|Please enter.
The Prophets await you.
- Another time, perhaps.|- Another time.
When my wife Keiko saw our quarters,
she spoke about|visiting her mother in Kumamoto.
I wouldn't let the boy go roaming.
We're still having security problems.
Dad, there is nothing to sleep on|except a cushion on the floor.
We can get you a real bunk|off the Enterprise.
Captain Picard wants to see you|as soon as possible.
Any word|on our science and medical officers?
They're expected tomorrow.
Jake, I want you to stay here|until I come back.
Is this the food replicator?
They're all off line.
- There's plenty of emergency rations.|- Dad...
We're going to have to rough it|until we get things up and running, okay?
- Okay.|- "Okay".
What was the designer thinking about|when they built this place?
I still haven't been able to find|an ODN access.
That's the Prefect's office up there.
All others have to look up with respect.|Cardassian architecture.
Yes, sir. Major Kira's been using it.
Is it my imagination|or is it unusually warm?
The environmental controls in Ops|are stuck at 32 C.
We're working on it.
I guess it's time to meet Major Kira.
Sir, have you ever served|with Bajoran women?
- No. Why?|- I was just wondering, sir.
- They've become meaningless!|- 'I don't agree, Kira. '
You are throwing it all away.|All of you!
- 'You're being a fool! '|- Then don't ask my opinion next time!
- Yes?|- I'm Benjamin Sisko.
I suppose you want the office.
I thought I'd say hello first|and then take the office,
but we could do it the way you like.
- Is something bothering you, Major?|- You don't want to ask me that.
I have the habit of telling the truth|even when people don't want to hear it.
Perhaps I want to hear it.
The Federation|has no business being here.
The provisional government disagrees.
The government and I|don't agree on a lot of things,
which is probably why they sent me|to this godforsaken place.
I have been fighting|for Bajoran independence
since I could pick up a phaser.
We drive the Cardassians out|and what do our new leaders do?
They call up the Federation|and invite them in!
- The Federation is only here to help...|- Yes, I know.
The Cardassians|said the same thing 60 years ago.
When I was ordered here, I requested|a Bajoran as my First Officer.
It made sense.|It still does, at least to me.
You and I will have to find some way to...
- 'Yes, Major? '|- Odo, are you reading something at A-1 4?
'My security array has been down|for two hours. I'll meet you there. '
We've had a lot of break-ins.
No need for you to come along,|Commander.
Just stand where you are!
- That's enough!|- Who the hell are you?
Odo,|this is our new Starfleet Commander.
I don't allow weapons on the Promenade.|That includes phasers.
Nog? What's going on?
The boy's in a lot of trouble.
Commander, my name is Quark.
I used to run|the local gambling establishment.
This is my brother's boy.
Surely you can see he has only|a peripheral involvement in this.
We're scheduled to depart tomorrow.
If we could take him,|I promise you he will be severely...
That won't be possible.|Take him to the brig.
Quark probably sent them here|to steal the ore samples.
There's a Ferengi legal tradition|called plea bargaining.
I might let the boy go,|but I want something from Mr Quark.
Something very important.
- 'O'Brien to Commander Sisko. '|- Go ahead.
'Sir, the Enterprise hailed us again.|Captain Picard is waiting to see you. '
Acknowledged.|This won't take long.
Commander, please come in.
- Welcome to Bajor.|- It's been a long time, Captain.
- Have we met before?|- Yes, sir. We met in battle.
I was on the Saratoga|at Wolf 359.
I assume that you have been briefed
on the events|leading to the Cardassian withdrawal.
Yes, sir. I understand|they spent the last half-century
robbing the planet of every valuable|resource before abandoning it.
They've left the Bajorans|without a means of being self-sustaining.
The relief efforts we've been|co-ordinating are barely adequate.
I've come to know the Bajorans.
I'm a strong proponent for their entry|into the Federation.
- Is it going to happen?|- Not easily.
The ruling parties|are at each other's throats.
Factions united against the Cardassians|have resumed old conflicts.
Sounds like they're not ready.
You must do everything|short of violating the Prime Directive
to make sure that they are.
I have been made aware by Starfleet
of your objections to this assignment.
I would have thought
that after three years|at the Utopia Planitia Yards,
you would be ready for a change.
I have a son that I'm raising alone.|This is not the ideal environment.
As Starfleet officers,
we cannot always serve|in an ideal environment.
I realise that, sir.
I'm investigating the possibility|of returning to Earth for civilian service.
Perhaps Starfleet Command should be|considering a replacement for you.
- That's probably a good idea.|- I'll look into it.
- In the meantime, however...|- In the meantime,
I will do the job I've been ordered to do|to the best of my ability, sir.
It's quite simple, Quark.
- You're not going to leave.|- Not going to leave?
- We're packed and ready to go.|- Unpack.
I don't understand, Commander.|Why would you want me to stay?
I'm curious myself.|The man is a gambler and a thief.
- I'm not a thief.|- You are a thief.
- If I am, you haven't been able to prove it.|- Please!
My officers, the Bajoran engineers,|all their families
depend on the shops and services|of this Promenade.
If people like you abandon it,
this is going to become a ghost town.
We need someone|to step forward and say,
"I'm staying. I'm rebuilding."
We need a community leader|and it's going to be you, Quark.
- Community leader?|- Seems reasonable.
You have the character references|of a politician.
How could I operate my establishment
under Starfleet rules of conduct?
This is still a Bajoran station.|We're just here to administrate.
You run honest games,|you won't have any problems from me.
Commander, I've made a career|out of knowing when to leave
and this Bajoran provisional government|is far too provisional for my taste.
When governments fall,
people like me are lined up and shot.
There is that risk.
- But then you are a gambler, Quark.|- And a thief.
That poor boy
is about to spend the best years|of his life in a Bajoran prison.
I'm a father myself.
I know what your brother|must be going through.
The boy should be with his family,|not in some cold jail cell.
Think about it.
It's up to you.
At first,|I didn't think I was going to like him.
Everyone else is busy repairing|the primary systems.
I suppose Starfleet officers|aren't used to getting their hands dirty.
In the refugee camps,|we did whatever needed to be done.
Didn't matter who you were.
I was just talking|with our good neighbour, Quark.
He's laying odds|that the government's going to fall.
Quark knows a good bet|when he hears one.
This government will be gone|in a week and so will you.
What happens to Bajor then?
You think it's inevitable?
The only one who can prevent it|is Opaka.
- Opaka?|- Our spiritual leader.
She's known as the Kai.
Our religion is the only thing|that holds my people together.
If she called for unity, they'd listen.
Leaders of all the factions|have tried to get to her,
but she's reclusive, rarely sees anyone.
...it is time.
I apologise for the condition|in which we greet you.
Your arrival|has been greatly anticipated.
Have you ever explored your pagh,|Commander?
A Bajoran draws courage|from his spiritual life.
Our life force,
our pagh,|is replenished by the Prophets.
- Kai Opaka, if we could discuss...|- Breathe!
One who does not wish to be among us|is to be the Emissary.
Please, come with me.
You are correct|that Bajor is in great jeopardy,
but the threat to our spiritual life|outweighs any other.
- But I am powerless until...|- Commander...
I cannot give you|what you deny yourself.
Look for solutions from within,|Commander.
Come with me.
What is it?
The Tear of the Prophet.
What the hell...?
I'm sorry. It's just that this...
- Jen?|- Yes?
I'm sorry. Did we meet last night|at George's party?
Wait a minute.
- This is impossible.|- Are you OK?
I know this place.|This is Gilgo Beach, where we met.
We met here before?
I was carrying three lemonades.
The sand was burning my feet,
and I stopped here to...
Do you realise|how incredible this is?
No, of course you don't.
...have a lemonade.
I'm afraid I don't accept drinks|from strange men on the beach.
So tell me the truth.|Have we really met before?
Then how do you know my name?
George told me at the party.
Are you going tell me your name?
Ben Sisko.|I just graduated from Starfleet Academy.
I'm waiting for my first posting.
- A junior officer?|- Yeah.
My mother warned me|to watch out for junior officers.
Your mother is going to adore me.
You're awfully sure of yourself.
It's not every day|you meet the girl you're going to marry.
Do you use this routine a lot|with women?
No. Never before and never again.
How about|letting me cook dinner for you tonight?
My father was a gourmet chef.
I will make for you|his famous aubergine stew.
- I don't know.|- You're supposed to say, "Yes!"
I'll probably be sorry.
Nine Orbs, like this one,
have appeared in the skies|over the past 1 0,000 years.
The Cardassians took the others.
- Find the Celestial Temple before they do.|- The Celestial Temple?
Tradition says the Orbs were sent|by the Prophets to teach us.
What we have learned|has shaped our theology.
The Cardassians will do anything|to decipher their powers.
If they discover the Celestial Temple,|they could destroy it.
What makes you think|I can find your temple?
- This will help you.|- Kai Opaka...
I can't unite my people till I know|the Prophets have been warned.
You will find the Temple.
Not for Bajor,|not for the Federation,
but for your own pagh.
It is quite simply the journey|you have always been destined to take.
I was just thinking|how much you look like your mom.
'Kira to Sisko. '
- Go ahead.|- 'Sorry to disturb you, Commander.
'There's something on the Promenade|you might want to see. '
On my way.
Step up, step up!
Fortune's fates|are with you today, friends.
I'll be right back...
- What will you have, Commander?|- How's the local synthale?
You won't like it.|I love the Bajorans.
Such a deeply spiritual culture,
but they make a dreadful ale.
Never trust ale|from a god-fearing people
or a Starfleet Commander|that has one of your relatives in jail.
'Station Log, Stardate 46390.1.
'The Enterprise has been ordered|to the Lapolis system.
'They're to depart after off-loading|three Runabout-class vessels.
'Our medical and science officers|are arriving,
'and I'm looking forward to a reunion|with a very old friend. '
If you'd like me to give them a tour...
You and Dr Bashir go ahead.|I have to put Lieutenant Dax to work.
Maybe we could...|get together later for dinner?
Or... a drink?
I'd be delighted.
He's a little young for you, isn't he?
- He's 27. I'm 28.|- 328, maybe.
Did you tell him about that slug|inside of you?
He knows I'm a Trill.|He finds it fascinating.
He's never met a joined species.
I wonder if he'd be as fascinated
if you looked the way you did|last time I saw you.
This is going to take|some getting used to.
Don't be ridiculous.|I'm still the same old Dax.
More or less.
I'm afraid|we've had some security problems.
- Looks like looters got in here.|- This'll be perfect.
Major, I had my choice|of any job in the fleet.
I didn't want a cushy job|or a research grant. I wanted this:
the farthest reaches of the galaxy,|a remote outpost.
This is where the adventure is.
This is where heroes are made.
Right here, in the wilderness.
This "wilderness" is my home.
The Cardassians left behind|injured people, Doctor.
Make yourself useful by bringing|your medicine to the natives.
You'll find them a friendly, simple folk.
The monks have been studying|these things for 1 0,000 years.
Our computers can interface|with their historical databanks.
That should give us something.
Soon as possible, Dax.
The eight other Orbs are probably|in a Cardassian laboratory,
being turned upside down|and inside out.
I was happy|you accepted this assignment.
- I've been worried.|- It's good to see you, too...
Computer, create a database|for all references to the Orbs,
including reports of any|unexplained phenomena in Bajoran space.
'Time parameters? '
- Ten millennia.|- 'lnitialising database. '
'Requested function will require|two hours to complete. '
The Captain's in the ready room, Chief.|Should I tell him you're here?
That's OK. Thanks.
- Transport me to the Ops pad, Maggie.|- Yes, sir.
Mr O'Brien? I understand|that I just missed you on the Bridge.
I didn't want to disturb you, sir.
- This is your favourite transporter room.|- Number three. Yes, sir.
Yesterday I called down here|and I asked for you without thinking.
- It won't be quite the same.|- It's just a transporter room, sir.
Permission to disembark, Captain.
Message coming in|from their Commander, Gul Dukat.
He used to be the Cardassian Prefect|of Bajor.
He's requesting permission|to come aboard to greet us.
Surely a coincidence|that the Enterprise just left.
tell Gul Dukat|I look forward to meeting him.
Good day, Commander.
Excuse my presumption,
but this was my office|only two weeks ago.
I'm not used to being|on this side of the desk.
I'll be honest with you, Commander.
I miss this office.
I was not happy to leave it.
Drop by any time|you're feeling homesick.
You are very gracious.
And allow me to assure you
that we only want to be helpful|in this difficult transition.
You're far from the Federation fleet,
alone in this remote outpost|with poor defence systems.
Your Cardassian neighbours|will be quick to respond
to any problems you might have.
We'll try to keep the dog off your lawn.
So tell me. What did you think|of Kai Opaka?
I know you went to the surface|to see her.
I understand|you brought back an Orb.
We thought we had all of them.
Perhaps we could have|an exchange of information,
pool our resources?
I know nothing about an Orb.
We will be in close proximity|if you wish to reconsider my suggestion.
In the meantime,|I assume you have no objection
to my men enjoying the hospitality|of the Promenade.
What do you know|about the Denorios Belt?
A charged plasma field.
No one gets near it|unless they have to.
In the 22nd century,|a ship carrying Kai Taluno
was disabled in the Denorios Belt,|where he claims he had a vision.
Let me guess. He saw|the Celestial Temple of the Prophets.
But he said that the heavens opened up|and nearly swallowed his ship.
Are we reduced to chasing metaphors|to solve this?
That's not all.
At least five of the Orbs|were found in the Denorios Belt.
There were also 23 navigational reports|over the years
of unusually severe neutrino disturbances|in the same area.
I've correlated all these reports|into one analysis grid.
Our Celestial Temple?
Worth a look,
but we've got Cardassians|on our back doorstep.
We need to get by them undetected.
May we have your attention?|This establishment is being closed.
What do you mean?|You can't do this.
If you have a problem,|take it up with Commander Sisko.
I intend to. This is outrageous.
Friends, my apologies.
A minor misunderstanding
that will be rectified shortly.
Give them something|to put their winnings into.
Because we were winning too much,|of course.
Leave it to Starfleet to ruin a fine day.
Rio Grande to Ops.|Initialising pre-launch systems.
Scanners are picking up fluctuations
in the Cardassians' energy distribution net.
Their computers are crashing.
Shields and sensors are down.|Odo's done it. Ops to Rio Grande.
- 'You're in business. '|- Beginning launch sequence.
- Odo's reached the transport site.|- Trying to lock on.
I've never done this|with a Cardassian transporter.
Damn it! What's the problem?
Nice work, Constable.
- Approaching grid perimeter.|- Slowing to one-quarter impulse.
Computer, give me visual,|bearing 23 mark 217.
Range 3,100 kilometres.
'Sensors are picking up|high proton counts. '
'Setting a new course. '
External wave intensities|are increasing rapidly, but checking...
There is no corresponding increase|inside the cabin.
How is that possible?
- Sensors are not functioning.|- We've lost contact with the station.
Scanners are reading|major subspace disruption
at their last co-ordinates.
What the hell is happening out there?
I don't know.
They're just gone.
Are your navigational readings|going crazy?
- I'll recalibrate when I can.|- Take your time.
Can you get a fix on our co-ordinates?
There is a star five light years away.|No M-Class planets.
Computer, identify closest star system.
'ldran, a ternary system|consisting of twin O-type companions. '
- That can't be right.|- Basis of identification?
'ldran is based on the analysis|conducted in the 22nd century
'by the Quadros-1 probe|of the Gamma Quadrant. '
70,000 light years from Bajor?
We just found our way into a wormhole.
It's not like any wormhole I've seen.
There were no resonance waves.
Could this be how the Orbs|found their way to the Bajoran system?
Not an unreasonable hypothesis.
If it's true, this has been here|for 1 0,000 years.
We might have discovered the first|stable wormhole known to exist.
Bring us about, Lieutenant.
I'm modifying the flight programme to|compensate for the spatial discontinuities.
We should have|a smoother ride this time.
Did you reduce impulse power?
- No. Why?|- We're losing velocity.
Forward velocity down to 80 kph.
'Warning. Impulse system overload.|Auto shutdown in 1 2 seconds. '
- Disengaging engines.|- Velocity at 20 kph.
I'm picking up atmosphere.
Inside a wormhole?
Capable of supporting life.
- We've just landed.|- On what?
You have a strange eye for beauty, Dax.
This isn't one of the most idyllic settings|you've seen?
We are standing on a rock face!
Do you see the storm?
It's as clear as a summer's day.
- You see it, too?|- Yes.
Low-level ionic pattern.|It's probing us.
Someone's idea|of shaking hands, maybe.
I am Commander Benjamin Sisko|of the United Federation of Planets.
Another neutrino disruption.
Scanners are picking up an object|near their last co-ordinates.
It isn't a ship.
Major, there's something inside it,|some kind of life-form.
Are the Cardassians picking it up?
They should be back on line by now.
Yellow Alert. Secure Ops.
Beam it aboard, Mr O'Brien,|but put it in a level-1 security field.
Aye, sir. Locking on.
Who are you?
Who are you?
It is corporeal!|A physical entity.
What? What did you say?
It is responding|to visual and auditory stimuli.
- Linguistic communication.|- Yes, linguistic communication.
Are you capable|of communicating with me?
What are you?
My species is known as human.|I come from a planet called Earth.
- Earth?|- This is what my planet looks like.
You and I are very different species.
It will take time|for us to understand one another.
What is this...
'First Officer's Log,|Stardate 46392.7.
'We're launching a rescue mission|to find Commander Sisko,
'but must recalibrate our sensors|to work under the conditions
'reported by Lieutenant Dax. '
It is no ordinary wormhole.
My analysis suggests|that it isn't even a natural phenomenon.
Not natural?|You mean it was constructed?
It's very possible whoever made|the Orbs also created this wormhole.
The Cardassians are on a course|toward the Denorios Belt.
Mr O'Brien,|what would it take to move this station
to the mouth of the wormhole?
This isn't a starship.|We've got six thrusters to power us.
1 60 million-kilometre trip|would take two months.
- It has to be there tomorrow.|- That's not possible.
That wormhole might reshape|the future of this quadrant.
The Bajorans|have to stake a claim to it.
That claim would be a lot stronger|if there's a Federation presence.
Couldn't you modify the subspace field|output of the deflector generators
to create a low-level field|around the station?
To lower the inertial mass?
If the station is lighter,|those six thrusters are all we need.
The station could break apart|if it doesn't work.
Even if it does work,|we'll still need help from Starfleet.
The Enterprise is the nearest starship.
They could reach us in two days.
We should advise Starfleet|that we require assistance.
You have Ops, Mr O'Brien.
- Lieutenant, you're with me.|- Aye, sir.
You too, Doc. Time to be a hero.
- Constable...|- I'm in charge of security.
Security here, on the station.
I cannot justify|taking you into this wormhole.
Major, I was found in the Denorios Belt.
I don't know where I came from -|no idea if there are others like me.
All my life,|I've passed myself off as one of you,
always wondering who I really am.
The answers to my questions may be|on the other side of that wormhole.
The creature must be destroyed|before it destroys us.
- 'lt is malevolent. '|- Aggressive. Adversarial.
- It must be destroyed.|- I am not your enemy.
- I was sent by the people you contacted.|- Contacted?
With your devices, your Orbs.
We seek contact with other life-forms,
not corporeal creatures|who annihilate us.
I have not come to annihilate anyone.
'Destroy it now. '
My species respects life|above all else.
Can you say the same?
I do not understand the threat|that I bring to you,
but I am not your enemy.|Allow me to prove it.
- Prove it?|- It can be argued
that a human is the sum|of his experiences.
Experiences? What is this?
Memories.|Events from my past,
like this one.
- Past?|- Things that happened before now.
You have no idea|what I'm talking about.
What comes before now|is no different than what is now,
or what is to come.|It is one's existence.
Then, for you,|there is no linear time.
Linear time? What is this?
My species lives in one point in time.
Once we move beyond that point,|it becomes the past.
The future, all that is still to come,|does not exist yet for us.
Does not exist yet?
That is the nature of linear existence.
If you examine it more closely,
you will see|that you do not need to fear me.
'Partial field established.|Instability at 12 % . '
Is inertial mass low enough|to break orbit?
- 'Procedure is not recommended. '|- I didn't ask for an opinion.
Can we get enough thrust|with only a partial field established?
- 'Affirmative. '|- All right. Thank you (!)
Initiate transit mode,|three-axis stabilisation.
'Warning. Field integrity declining.|Instability at 21 % . '
We have to close the gap in the field|or we'll tear ourselves apart.
'Warning. Subspace field collapse|in 60 seconds. '
Transfer energy from the inertial dampers|to reinforce the subspace field.
- 'Procedure is not recommended. '|- Transfer the energy!
'Unable to comply. Level-1 safety|protocols have cancelled request. '
'Warning.|Subspace field collapse in 30 seconds. '
I'll transfer it manually.
On my mark,|redirect the flow to the deflectors.
Keep the power balanced.
'Field collapse in 1 5 seconds. '
'Field energy|now within flight tolerances. '
Good work, sir.
Computer,|you and I need to have a little talk.
The Cardassian warship|is in visual range.
- They're headed right to it.|- They have to listen to reason,
when we warn them|what could happen if they go in.
Most people wouldn't know reason|if it shook their hand.
You can count Gul Dukat among them.
This is Federation Ship Yangtze Kiang.|Major Kira Nerys in command.
'Yes, Major? '
We know you're headed for the wormhole.
'Wormhole?|What wormhole is that? '
I strongly suggest you do not proceed.
We encountered|a hostile life-form inside.
Perhaps they will be less hostile|to Cardassians than to humans.
These people are trying to save you|from a lot of trouble.
'Are you going to tell me
'that these are not the life-forms|that have sent the Orbs?
'Or that your Commander Sisko|is not negotiating for their technology?
'I thank you for your concern,
'but I think we will see for ourselves. '
So much for reason.
Yes, that was her name.
She is part of your existence.
She is part of my past.|She's no longer alive.
But she is part of your existence.
She was|a most important part of my existence,
- But I lost her some time ago.|- Lost? What is this?
In a linear existence,
we can't go back to the past to get|something we left behind, so...
It is inconceivable that any species
could exist in such a manner.
- You are deceiving us.|- No. This is the truth.
This day, this park...
It was almost 1 5 years ago,|far in the past.
It was a day|that was very important to me,
a day that shaped|every day that followed.
That is the essence|of a linear existence.
Each day affects the next.
Listen to it.
- To what?|- The sound of children playing.
- What could be more beautiful?|- So you like children?
That almost sounds|like a domestic inquiry.
I heard Starfleet officers|don't want families
because they complicate their lives.
They don't often find mates
who want to raise families|on a starship.
That almost sounds|like a domestic inquiry.
I think it was.
As corporeal entities,
humans find physical touch|to cause pleasure.
Pleasure? What is this?
But this is your existence.
It's difficult to be here,|more difficult than any other memory.
Because this was the day...
...that I lost Jennifer.
I don't want to be here.
Then why do you exist here?
- I don't understand.|- You exist here.
What's wrong?|What's happening?
We should reach the wormhole|in two minutes.
Slowing to one-third imp...
Are you still there?|What just happened?
More of your kind.
Another ship in the wormhole?
Wormhole? What is this?
The passage that brought me here.
It is terminated.
Our existence is disrupted|when you enter the passage.
Your linear nature|is inherently destructive.
You have no regard|for the consequences of your acts.
We're aware that every choice we make|has a consequence.
But you claim you do not know|what it will be.
Then how can you take responsibility|for your actions?
We use past experience|to help guide us.
For Jennifer and me,|the experiences in our lives
prepared us for the day|we met on the beach,
helped us recognise|we had a future together.
When we married, we accepted|all the consequences of that act,
including the consequences of you.
- Me?|- My son, Jake.
- The child with Jennifer.|- Yes.
- Linear procreation?|- Yes.
Jake is the continuation of our family.
The sound of children playing.
Competition. For fun.
It's a game that Jake and I play.
It's called baseball.
Baseball? What is this?
I was afraid you'd ask that.
I throw this ball to you
and this other player|stands between us with a bat,
a stick, and he...
And he tries to hit the ball|in between these two white lines.
The rules aren't important.
What's important is...
Every time I throw this ball,|a hundred different things can happen.
He might miss or hit it.
The point is you never know.
You try to anticipate,
set a strategy for all the possibilities,
but in the end it comes down|to throwing one pitch after another
and seeing what happens.
With each new consequence,|the game takes shape.
You have no idea what that shape is|until it is completed.
That's right.|The game wouldn't be worth playing
if we knew|what was going to happen.
You value your ignorance|of what is to come?
That may be the most important thing|to understand about humans.
It is the unknown|that defines our existence.
We are constantly searching,|not just for answers to our questions
but for new questions.
We are explorers.
We explore our lives day by day|and we explore the galaxy,
trying to expand our knowledge.
That is why I am here.
Not to conquer you with weapons|or with ideas,
but to co-exist and learn.
If all you say is true,|why do you exist here?
'First Officer's Log, supplemental.
'We've met the space station|at the co-ordinates of the wormhole.
'Our scans have revealed no trace|of the wormhole or Dukat's ship.
'Three Cardassian warships|have crossed the border,
'no doubt on their way|to search for Dukat. '
Can you establish a high-energy|thoron field before they get within range?
I don't want them|to scan our defence systems.
They're hailing us.
'I am Gul Jasad of the Cardassian guard,|Seventh Order.
'Where is our warship? '
With any luck, in the Gamma Quadrant|on the other side of the wormhole.
'Our sensors show no indication|of a wormhole in this sector. '
- That's because it just collapsed.|- 'What? '
We believe it was artificially created.
That may be why we never picked up|any quantum fluctuation patterns.
'You expect me to believe|that someone created a wormhole
'and now conveniently|has disassembled it? '
That's exactly what I expect you|to believe.
They're flooding subspace|with interference.
- It'll cut off our communications.|- They're powering up their phasers.
- They're hailing us again.|- Open the channel.
'We do not accept your explanation.
'Somehow you have destroyed|our warship. '
Gul Jasad, I assure you...
'We demand the unconditional surrender|of this space station
'or we will open fire. '
I need at least a day|to make the necessary preparations.
'You have one hour. '
I can transfer all power to establish|partial shields around critical areas,
but if they hit the docking ring,|we'll sustain heavy damage.
Constable, if you would co-ordinate|moving personnel to safer locations.
What was the last reported position|of the Enterprise?
- At least 20 hours away.|- We must hold out till they get here.
The Cardassians wouldn't attack|a Federation outpost.
- Ever read the history of the border wars?|- Yes.
Heard of the Setlik III Massacre?
Surrender is not a preferable option.
You know what they do|to their prisoners, sir.
What is the point of bringing me|back again to this?
We do not bring you here.
- You bring us here.|- You exist here.
Then give me the power to lead you|somewhere else,
We cannot give you|what you deny yourself.
Look for solutions from within,|Commander.
- I was ready to die with her.|- Die?
What is this?
The termination|of their linear existence.
We've got to go now, sir.
Damn it!|We just can't leave her here.
- I never left this ship.|- You exist here.
I don't know if you can understand.
I see her like this|every time I close my eyes.
In the darkness,
in the blink of an eye,
I see her like this.
None of your past experiences|prepared you for this consequence.
And I have never figured out|how to live without her.
So you choose to exist here.
It is not linear.
It's not linear.
Their lead ship is hailing us.
Gul Jasad wants an answer.
- Are you ready, Mr O'Brien?|- Yes, sir.
When they penetrate our thoron field,|it should raise a few eyebrows.
All right, then,|let's give them our answer.
Fire six photon torpedoes|across Jasad's bow.
We only have six photons, Major.
We're not going to win this battle|with torpedoes.
An urgent hail from Jasad.
Looks like we got his attention.
'This is your answer? '
You think|Starfleet took command of this station
without the ability to defend it?
'Your space station|could not defend itself
'against one Cardassian warship. '
You're probably right, Jasad.
If you were dealing with a Starfleet officer,|they'd probably admit...
we have a hopeless cause here.
But I am just a Bajoran
who's been fighting a hopeless cause|against the Cardassians
all her life.
So if you want a war,
I'll give you one.
Remind me never to get into a game|of Roladan Wild Draw with you.
They were using a field|to block our sensors,
but we were able to penetrate it.
What are their defences?
According to our scans,|an estimated 5,000 photons,
integrated phaser banks.
When did they receive|these armaments?
How did they install them|without our knowledge?
Somehow they have created
a massive illusion of duranium shadows.
- What if it is not an illusion?|- It is.
Why risk confrontation?|The Fourth Order can be here in a day.
So can Starfleet.
Their lead ship|is asking for reinforcements.
- Yes!|- Too soon for a victory celebration.
The ships are being deployed|in attack formation.
Quickly, now. Calmly.
They may just be testing us.
I could run a wave|through the phaser banks.
Put out a blast|that will make them think.
- Damage report.|- Direct hit, level 14.
Empty storage bays.|No casualties.
Shields down to 27 % .
A fuel conduit has ruptured|on the Promenade.
- Can you divert the main power flow?|- The controls are locked.
'Odo to Ops.|I've got wounded people down here! '
- Have you seen that doctor of yours?|- I'm on my way.
I'll shut down the power flow|or the whole Promenade will go up.
I just got the damn thing fixed.
Press there, hard.
Doctor,|maybe I should find you someone...
Hold it there.
That should do it for a while.
Shields are at 18 % and falling.
I might be able to give you|one more phaser blast.
Signal the lead ship|that we will proceed with...
Major, I'm picking up|a huge neutrino disturbance
off the forward docking ring.
It's the wormhole.
Hail the lead ship.|What did I tell you, Jasad?
'There's your wormhole! '
- 'Rio Grande to DS9.'|- On screen.
- Go ahead, Commander.|- 'Sorry to be late.
'Gul Dukat had some problems|on the other side of the wormhole.
- 'You've had a few of your own. '|- A few, Commander.
'Gul Dukat is signalling his ships|to disarm.
- 'Clear me for docking, Mr O'Brien. '|- Aye, sir.
Cleared for Pad C.
- Casualties?|- 1 3 injured, Commander,
and no fatalities.
'Station Log,|Commander Benjamin Sisko.
'The life-forms who created the wormhole|have allowed safe passage
'for ships travelling|to the Gamma Quadrant.
'The Cardassians have left the area. '
Their warship being towed|by a Federation Runabout
took the heart out of their fight.
We're not done|with the Cardassians yet,
not with the strategic importance|of the wormhole.
You've put Bajor on the map.
This will become a leading centre
of commerce|and of scientific exploration.
And for Starfleet,|one of our most important posts.
Captain, regarding our conversation|about someone to replace me...
I'm sorry. I haven't had time|to communicate that to Command.
I would prefer you ignore it, sir.
I'm not sure that I can.|Are you certain that's what you want?
- We cannot afford to have...|- I'm certain, sir.
Good luck, Mr Sisko.
So, where can someone practise|with his phaser around here?
You can't cheat every customer|any more, Quark.
You are a community leader now.
Perhaps we could discuss|these "new rules" over a drink.
If you don't take that hand off my hip,
you'll never be able|to raise a glass with it again.
I love a woman in uniform.
Three vessels|are requesting permission to dock.
We've been retrofitting the airlocks.
Half were damaged during the move,
the others when the Cardassians|blew out the fuel conduits...
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