Jake Sisko, now an old man, is living alone in a house in a bayou. He gets an unexpected visit from Melanie. She's an aspiring writer and considers Jake as her favorite author. She was surprised he published only two works. At the age of 40, Jake simply stopped writing and Melanie wants to know why. Jake starts telling her the story of how his father died in an accident on the Defiant. Benjamin and Jake went to see the wormhole undergo a subspace inversion, that only happens once in several decades. Something was wrong however and the warp core was about to breach. After repairing it, Sisko was hit by a beam and disappeared. Few months later things were returning to normal for Jake, but suddenly he saw his father in his bedroom, only to disappear a moment later. But this wasn't the only time his father reappeared.
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Did You Know?
Cinefantastique ranked "The Visitor" as the third best episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. See more
When Korena first hands Jake's two books to Benjamin, the one beginning with the stylized A is on the left, and the Collected Stories is on the right. In the very next shot, they're reversed. See more
Adult Jake Sisko
You must understand that when a person my age says he is dying, he's only admitting to the inevitable. Besides, we old people need to remind everyone to pay special attention to us.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Main Title
Written by Dennis McCarthy
Performed by Dennis McCarthy See more