Bashir and O'Brien clash when they encounter a group of Jem'Hadar seeking a cure for their addiction to ketracel-white.
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- Arak'Taral • Julian Bashir • Broik • Jadzia Dax • Goran'agar • Kira Nerys • Koret'alak • Meso'Clan • Miles O'Brien • Odo • Quark • Benjamin Sisko • Temo'Zuma • Regana Tosh • Worf, son of Mogh
- Alpha Quadrant • Bajoran wormhole • Bopak • Bopak III • Deep Space 9 • Gamma Quadrant • Quark's • Wardroom
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- USS Enterprise
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- blood • chlorophyll • chief petty officer • darts • doctor • DNA • enzyme • Federation law • femoral artery • First • genetic engineering • God • hydroxyl • isogenic enzyme • ketracel-white • magneton pulse • mitochondria • noncommissioned officer • operations division • phaser array • plasma field • Rakonian swamp rat • red giant • Second • shield generator • shroud • slavery • strategic operations officer • Tarkalean tea • Tallonian crystal • trachea • warp core
- Bashir mentions the Jem'Hadar youth found by the Deep Space 9 crew in the third season episode "The Abandoned".
- Keith R.A. DeCandido wrote a follow up to this episode in the Prophecy and Change anthology, the short story "Broken Oaths".
- The class of the runabout is given as Danube-class for the first time. The term ketracel-white is also used for the first time, after being established in "The Abandoned".
Notable cast and crewEdit
- Avery Brooks as Benjamin Sisko
- Nana Visitor as Kira Nerys
- Rene Auberjonois as Odo
- Alexander Siddig as Bashir
- Terry Farrell as Dax
- Armin Shimerman as Quark
- Michael Dorn as Worf
- Scott MacDonald as Goran'Agar
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