Garak's shop explodes. Luckily the tailor isn't hurt badly, and Odo immediately expects foul play. Odo asks Garak if he can think of possible suspects, but the Cardassian seems rather uninterested, and frustrates Odo's investigation. After evidence of a pheromonic sensor in the bomb - a method favored by Flaxian assassins, and a Flaxian had just arrived on the station prior to the explosion, Odo decides to interrogate him, but his investigation won't stop at the Flaxian...
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This was the first Star Trek two-part episode with different names for Part I and Part II. (Although there had already been a three-parter with different titles: The Homecoming, The Circle, and The Siege.) It was also the first episode within a two-parter (or multi-part story arc) to be directed by a cast member (Avery Brooks). Jonathan Frakes had previously directed "The Search, Part II" and "Past Tense, Part II", but he was not a regular on Deep Space Nine. See more
Constable Odo is interrogating the Flaxian. There are three bottles of perfume on the table. In one shot, Odo has an eye dropper from one of the bottles in his hand. In the next shot, the eye dropper is back in the bottle. In the third shot, Odo has the eyedropper in his hand again. See more
I'm sorry, Doctor, I just don't see the value of this man's work.
Dr. Julian Bashir
But Garak, Shakespeare is one of the giants of Human literature.
I knew Brutus was going to kill Caesar in the first act; but Caesar didn't figure it out until the knife was in his back.
Dr. Julian Bashir
But that's what makes it a tragedy. Caesar couldn't conceive that his best friend would plot to kill him.
Tragedy is not the word I'd use. Farce would be more appropriate.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Main Title
Written by Dennis McCarthy
Performed by Dennis McCarthy See more