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‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – Season Two’
(Terry Farrell, Steven Weber, et al / 7-Disc DVD / Not Rated / (1993) 2003 / Paramount)

Overview & DVD Verdict: The second season opens with a 3 part story (a first for Trek) which picks up the ideas that ended season one's "In the Hands of the Prophets." Watch for Steven Weber (NBC's TV series "Wings", ABC's mini-series "The Shining" - "Jeffrey") as a Bajoran rebel. Not his best acting ever, but he gets some great moments of action! Many of this season's episodes are launching points into the epic story that runs the length of ’DS9's seven years: the conflict between the Federation, the Dominion, Bajor, the Klingons, the Cardassians, etc. Plenty of scene-stealing performances by Louise Fletcher as Vedek Winn (no spoilers here!) and Jeffrey Combs as Gul Dukat. They become two of the best 'villains' in Trek history, doing both good and not-so-good things that affect our heroes lives and goals. In "Crossover" we get our first trip back to the mirror universe that was the setting of classic Trek's "Mirror Mirror." It's such fun to see our characters take on different personalities. The last 7 episodes of the season are especially top-notch drama, not to be missed! "The Marquis" (Parts 1 & 2) contain some of the best space battle effects I have ever seen, and "The Wire" is a classic, where we learn (maybe) much more about Garak's past. As well as see how well Trek can handle current day issues in a futuristic setting. These are all Full Screen Presentations and come with the Special Features of:
New Frontiers: The Story of Deep Space Nine - Rick Berman, Michael Piller, Ire Steven Behr and Robert Hewitt Wolfe discuss the creation of the legend of Deep Space Nine and its development through the second season – exploring original concepts for the series and how characters were developed;
Michael Westmore’s Aliens – Season Two - Michael Westmore explores the aliens exclusive to Season 2 – from Trill symbionts to Cardassian voles;
Deep Space Nine Sketchbook: Season Two - Richard Steinbach and Jim Martin discuss designs and props used for Season Two;
Crew Dossier: Jadzia Dax - An exclusive interview with Terry Farrell, who candidly talks about her role as a Trill and her experiences working with the cast. Featuring insights from Ira Steven Behr;
New Station, New Ships - Dan Curry, Robert Legalo, Rick Steinbach and others describe the designs and models for the space station, runabout and Cardassian warships;
Captain’s Log – Scene Selection;
English Subtitles.
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