Commander Sisko, Dax, Kira, Quark, Odo, and Chief O'Brien are back for more galactic space station adventure. Top episodes from Season 2 include the alternate-universe "Crossover," which pays homage to the original series; "Mirror, Mirror;" and the two-part spotlight on the Maquis, a loose-knit organization of disenfranchised Federation colonists who resort to terrorist methods to provoke a new war between the Federation and the Cardassians.
Kira and O'Brien try to rescue a famed Bajoran resistance fighter from a Cardassian slave-labour colony in an attempt to bring peace to the warring Bajoran factions.
After she is relieved of her post aboard, Deep Space Nine, Kira tries to expose the leaders of the terrorist group known as 'The Circle.'
Sisko is forced to evacuate the station when the war escalates and turns in favour of the terrorists.
An unjoined Trill stages a takeover of the station. Holding the crew hostage, he removes the Dax symbiont from Jadzia to implant into himself.
A custody battle emerges over an orphaned Cardassian boy who was raised by Bajorans.
Bashir falls in love with a wheelchair-bound woman, who is unable to walk in Deep Space Nine's level of gravity.
A female Ferengi disguises herself as a male in order to help Quark with business deals in the Gamma Quadrant.
Quark is injured in an attack which Odo suspects is related to a murder committed five years before, in which Kira was the prime suspect.
For the first time since the death of his wife, Sisko falls in love. However, his new interest seems to suffer from a bizarre form of split personality.
A group of refugees from the Gamma Quadrant claims that Bajor is their long-lost homeland.
A con artist opens a bar with a gambling machine that can alter the laws of probability.
Dr. Mora Pol, who first studied Odo as an infant, announces that he may have found Odo's homeworld in the Gamma Quadrant.
Bashir and O'Brien come under attack from the people they are trying to help on a warring planet.
O'Brien returns from an away mission to discover that he has been locked out of every security system on the station, and that everyone has turned against him, including his wife.
Sisko and O'Brien are stranded on a planet where a colony of humans has made their home. Because no technology can function on the planet, they have ruled it out of their lives. Only, things may not be what they seem.<
Odo and Dax discover a village where the inhabitants are disappearing one at a time.
While evaluating a Trill initiate for the first time, Lieutenant Dax accidentally discovers a proto-universe whose rapid expansion threatens not only the station, but the entire Alpha Quadrant and beyond.
Quark puts everything at stake to win back his long love Natima Lang, a Cardassian woman suspected of terrorism on Cardassia.
Three Klingons arrive on the station that Curzon Dax took a Klingon blood oath with after their young sons were murdered. One of the Klingons has discovered where the murderer is in hiding and the three Klingons intend to avenge their sons' deaths.
A band of Cardassian-hating militants known as the 'Maquis' starts attacking Cardassian ships.
Sisko's friend, Commander Cal Hudson, resigns from Starfleet to join the Maquis in their fight against the Cardassians.
Bashir tries to save Garak from a bizarre illness that is soon discovered to be a strange addiction.
An accident, which occurs while traveling through the wormhole, leaves Kira and Bashir stranded in an alternate universe where humans are slaves.
Kira discovers that the man she loves, Vedek Bareil, may have been responsible for the death of 43 Bajoran freedom fighters.
As Miles and Keiko O'Brien head off on their first vacation in years, the chief is detained and arrested by Cardassian military forces and forced to stand trial with death being his sentence.
While supervising Jake and Nog during a school field trip to the Gamma Quadrant, Commander Sisko and Quark are captured by the soldiers of the Dominion: The Jem'Hadar.