Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993–1999)
Set in the same universe only focused on different set of characters.
"Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" features Miles O'Brien and Worf, both of the characters originated from "Star Trek: The Next Generation".
Based on the television series.
The game is based on the series.
The game takes place during DS9's sixth season.
This game is based on the last two seasons of the television series.
The game takes place a few months after the end of the Dominion War
The Enterprise visits the Deep Space Nine station. The DS9 theme plays on the soundtrack briefly. Dr. Julian Bashir makes an appearance in the same episode.
The crew of the Enterprise try to discover Worf's whereabouts with Deep Space Nine's travel logs.
At the end of the episode Quark tells Rom that he is going to reward him for his treachery by promoting him to Assistant Manager for Policy and Clientele, which Quarks admits he just made up. In Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: A Call to Arms Rom stays on board the station after the Dominion takes possession of it, working as a spy for Star Fleet. He tells Quark that he reporting for duty as the Assistant Manager for Policy and Clientele, which he is using as his cover.
Greg wants to watch Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993) instead of having supper with his family and the Torkelsons. He later refers to the Bajoran wormhole.
The stool pigeon demands gold-pressed latinum, the recurring macguffin from DS9, making a rare appearance in TNG.
The comet which is the catalyst of this episode's drama, looks remarkably like the one in the title credits of each DS9 episode. This is because both images were animated by Santa Barbara Studios.
Episode name "Deep Space Homer" references the name of this series.
William Riker contacts Quark on information on the sisters of the rivaling House of Duras.
Ferengi Rules of Acquisition are mentioned.
Ro Laren tells the Maquis about a convoy departing from Deep Space Nine.
Quark, Morn and Broik appear in this episode.
Janeway got Torres' Starfleet Academy info from the last visit to Deep Space Nine.
There is action figure of a Ferengi.
Ensign Wildman mentions last seeing her husband at Deep Space Nine.
Tom says, "Anyway, I got as far as Deep Space 9, where I got into a bar fight with a Ferengi and I was thrown into the brig by a very unpleasant shapeshifter."
Harry Kim - "That's one month after we left Deep Space Nine".
Mentioned by William Shatner
There are several references to the Cardassian War.
Mentioned by name
Various merchandise and costumes of the series are seen in this documentary.
Series is mentioned as well as characters are portrayed at a convention
EMH Mark 2 tells the Doctor about the ongoing Dominion War.
"What is this, outtakes from Deep Space 9?"
The Gamma Quadrant wormhole was mentioned.
Mackey asks Marcus and Mo if they saw that night's episode of "Deep Space Nine".
One of the guests is a Trekkie and wears the, to the time, newest Starfleet Uniform - first featured in DS9.
Picture of the cast is shown on the David's bedstead.
mention of Buck Bokai
When Seven completes a regeneration cycle, the computer screen to her left is cycling through a series of images, one is a silhouette of a Defiant-class ship.
Barclay mentions Deep Space Nine.
Janeway mentions Deep Space Nine.
references to Bajoran religion
mentions of the Gamma Quadrant and Dabo casinos
The weapon of choice used to reprogram Gimpy
In Apocalype Rising : O'Brian makes the same rundown of the impossible plan rutine
Terry refers to the series.
One of the words in the Scrabble game is, "quark." Quark is the name of a character in Deep Space Nine, which Terry Farrell starred in before Becker. Her character, Dax, also often played games at Quark's Bar.
Copies a story arc on the series where Major Kira carries another couples' baby and has unusual birthing ceremonies.
cited by Archie when asked by Nick about Trek in general
The Planet Express spaceship's high beams accidentally destroy the Deep Space Nine station.
Fans talk of their love of the series
Quark is seen in a magazine
Lance is in town for a convention
In the Swedish Chef segment, he runs into Quark.
Title is mentioned in the briefing room
Stan thinks in vitro fertilization belongs to sci-fi just like, for example, this television series
Nerd has a poster of this series.
Raj wants to watch this series.
"Great White Moments in Black History" mentions that Avery Brooks starred on the series
Carlos mentions the show by name.
After updating House's Securitrons to Mark II, they may say "Obedience Brings Victory".
Pastewka wants to watch it
Critic refers Rene Auberjonois as Odo.
Trekkie identifies himself as Commander Sisko from Deep Space Nine.
Bobby admits to having watched Deep Space Nine
Mentioned in dialogue
mentioned in dialogue
Avery Brooks, who played the captain on the series, is interviewed about the role.
While Corey "Big Hoss" Harrison and Austin "Chumlee" Russell conduct business with a male customer at Gold and Silver Pawn Shop that wants to sell a lot of Star Trek toys, a graphic appears on screen talking about this television show
Mentioned by Mike.
Max mentions that he sold his DS9 figures to help pay for his car.
The series was mentioned among the later Star Trek series.
An image of Captain Sisko was shown with the other Star Trek Captains.
Sheldon mentions the series.
Rene Auberjonois, Nana Visitor and Terry Farrell talk about their involvement with the series.
Juanita says, "I am not that captain from 'Deep Space Nine'!"
Armin Shimerman who played Benjamin Donnelly also played Quark from Deep Space Nine tries to sell Castle a Klingon Bat'leth. Also, the fictional sci-fi series in the episode is a Star Trek spoof titled "Nebula 9".
Star Trek Officer appears.
Odo is among the graffitti names
The Horta mentioned
Voz has a Klingon batleth to fight Machete.
Referenced in the cold opening
Listed as a later Star Trek project.
On the adress history file that Karl Hendry prints out, the code below the plans of the building show (among others) the registry for the USS Defiant NX 74205
Mike wears a LaserScope on his head saying it resembles a Vorta command headset
Listed as one of Joseph Culp's credits on a convention banner.
Answer to a question
Milt Hamilton refers to the series.
Kent professes a liking for the show.
mentioned by Rich as a good example of space politics
Mentioned by Jerry Ortega.
Referenced in "Scenes from a Hat"
Dave Cullen mentions Captain Sisko.
TL;DR mentions the series.
Razorfist mentions the series by name.
Wendy writes a script in which Spock visits Deep Space Nine.
Anthony Rapp mentions watching the show.
In the trivia part of the show it is mentioned that Jake Sisko enjoyed fishing and the character of Garak is mentioned.
It is referenced.
Benjamin Sisko is mentioned.
Jonathan Frakes mentions that the show departed a little from the premise of the original Star Trek.
Avery Brooks being the first and only African-American captain in the Star Trek franchise is mentioned.
Referenced during topic discussion
Referenced in discussion
The documentary shows a toy based on Commander Sisko in a 2360s style uniform.
title is mentioned
Joe Bob mentions the show while discussing Andrew Robinson.
The documentary explores the legacy of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993).
The series comes up in discussion.
The Snob mentions it.
scenes from the series are shown here
Clips from this series were included.
DVD box set entitled Star Trek: Time Travel featuring episodes from the series is reviewed + footage used
DVD box set entitled Star Trek: Captain's Log featuring episodes from the series is reviewed + footage used
A clip of the opening is shown.
Linkara discusses the series
A space battle from this series is seen while Linkara is comparing Star Wars to Star Trek.
Gul Dukat is #6.
Linkara talks about the series
Scenes from the series shown in connection with a collection.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Duet (1993) is #9.
The Way of the Prophets is #5.
Mike mentions Ant-Man reminded him of an episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Deep Space Nine is #4.
Linkara looks back on fond memories of the Trek
The friendship between Quark and Odo is #9.
Linkara discusses his favorite Star Trek series
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is #4.
Latinum is #5.
Operation Return, depicted in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Sacrifice of Angels (1997), is #6.
Featured in the 2018 anniversaries
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine's prediction of Google Glass is #10.
Benjamin Sisko is #9.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Far Beyond the Stars (1998) is #6.
The show is parodied in the episode.
The name of SCS DeepShip 86 is a pun on "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine"
Spoofed as "Pigs in Space: Deep Dish Nine"
The monster's ship in the Star Trek parody looks like the USS Defiant NX-74205.
The scene between Odo and Quark Griffin is a parody of "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine"
Stewie mentions his cousin Quark
image of Milhouse as Quark in the end credits montage
"Star Trek: Creep Space Nine"