- For other uses, see Through the Looking Glass.
Sisko is brought to the alternate universe, where he must convince the counterpart of his deceased wife to stop working for the Alliance.
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- Main characters
- Mirror universe characters
- Kira Nerys (Nana Visitor)
- Miles O'Brien (Colm Meaney)
- Julian Bashir (Alexander Siddig)
- Jadzia Dax (Terry Farrell)
- Elim Garak (Andrew J. Robinson)
- Rom (Max Grodénchik)
- Jennifer Sisko (Felecia M. Bell)
- Tuvok (Tim Russ)
- Mardel (John Hayden)
- Referenced characters
- Badlands • Bajor • Deep Space 9 • Operations center • Ore processing center • Station commander's office • Terok Nor
- Referenced only
Races and culturesEdit
- Bajoran • Bajoran • Cardassian • Changeling • Ferengi • Ferengi • Human • Human • Klingon • Trill • Vulcan
- Referenced only
States and OrganizationsEdit
- Bajoran Militia • Klingon-Cardassian Alliance • Starfleet • Terran Rebellion • United Federation of Planets
- alternate universe • intendant • logic • mirror universe • multidimensional transporter • overseer • plasma storm • self destruct • Terran • transpectral sensor array • transporter • vole • vole fighting • Vulcan lute
- The events of "Crossover" are mentioned.
- Tim Russ also co-wrote the comic "Enemies & Allies" with Mark Paniccia which also features the Tuvok of the alternate universe.
- The DS9 relaunch novel Fearful Symmetry implies that the Sisko of the mirror universe faked his death and went underground on Bajor.
- Through the Looking Glass (episode) article at Memory Alpha, the wiki for canon Star Trek.
- Through the Looking Glass (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) article at Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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