S6, EP21 "The Reckoning"
A prophet in the form of Kira and an Evil One in the form of Jake are forced to fight when the Reckoning begins.
S6, EP20 "His Way"
Bashir's holographic 1960s lounge singer Vic Fontaine (guest star James Darren) gives Odo tips for wooing Kira.
S6, EP19 "In the Pale Moonlight"
In an attempt to goad the Romulans into war with the Dominion, Sisko enlists Garak to help him create false evidence of a plot to invade Romulus.
S6, EP18 "Inquisition"
Dr. Bashir is challenged to prove the Dominion did not turn him into a spy while he was their prisoner.
S6, EP17 "Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night"
Kira learns that her mother, taken from a refugee center to be a Cardassian "comfort woman," willingly became Gul Dukat's mistress.
S6, EP12 "Who Mourns for Morn?"
When Morn is reported killed in an ion storm, Quark scrambles with other opportunists to find his hidden retirement fund.
S6, EP11 "Waltz"
While escorting Gul Dukat to his war crimes investigation, Sisko and the mentally disturbed Cardassian are stranded on a distant planet.
S6, EP10 "The Magnificent Ferengi"
When their moogie is kidnapped by the Dominion, Rom and Quark lead a ragtag team of Ferengi on a rescue mission that promises to go hilariously wrong at every turn.
S6, EP9 "Statistical Probabilities"
A group of genetically engineered, antisocial savants under Bashir's care predict the Federation will lose the war.
S6, EP8 "Resurrection"
The alternate universe double (Philip Anglim) of Kira's dead lover appears on the station seeking asylum. Directed by LeVar Burton.
S6, EP7 "You Are Cordially Invited ..."
Dax and Worf's long-awaited wedding is a go -- until Martok's wife declares her unfit to join the family.
S6, EP6 "The Sacrifice of Angels"
Sisko leads the Defiant and the rest of the Federation fleet into battle against the Dominion; on Deep Space Nine, Kira and the Resistance race to stop the minefield around the wormhole from being destroyed.
S6, EP5 "Favor the Bold"
Sisko marshals the fleet to retake Deep Space Nine, as the Dominion prepares to invade Alpha Quadrant.
S6, EP4 "Behind the Lines"
Kira questions Odo's loyalty to the resistance cell when his relationship with a female Shapeshifter jeopardizes a mission.
S6, EP3 "Sons and Daughters"
Worf has an uneasy reunion with his son (Marc Worden) when Gen. Martok (J.G. Hertzler) docks his ship to take on reinforcements.
S6, EP2 "Rocks and Shoals"
When Sisko's crew crashes on a desolate planet, they find marooned Jem'Hadar warriors suffering withdrawal from ketracel-white.