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Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges

What rating would you give "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges"?   27 members have voted

  1. 1. What rating would you give "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges"?

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Season: 7

Episode No: 565

Episode Name: Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges

 

Director: David Livingston

Written By: Ronald D. Moore

 

Original Air Date: 03-13-1999

 

Dr Bashir is visited by the mysterious Sloan from Section 31 on the night before he is to depart on a diplomatic mission to the Romulan homeworld.

 

Section 31 wants Dr. Bashir to gather information about the Romulans while he is on his mission but the Doctor is reluctant. After discussing the situation with Capt Sisko Bashir agrees, but it is all a ploy to discover what Section 31 is up to.

 

While on Romulus Doctor Bashir is approached by Koval, the leader of the Romulan Tal'Shiar and for information about The Quickening virus, Sloan sees this as on opening for Bashir to get close to Koval and assess his health.

 

 

 

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Cast:

Avery Brooks as Captain Benjamin Sisko

Rene Auberjonois as Odo

Nicole deBoer as Ezri Dax

Michael Dorn as Worf

Cirroc Lofton as Jake Sisko

Colm Meaney as Miles O'Brien

Armin Shimerman as Quark

Alexander Siddig as Julian Bashir

Nana Visitor as Kira Nerys

 

Guest Cast:

Adrienne Barbeau as Cretak

John Fleck as Koval

Hal Landon, Jr. as Neral

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:welcome: It was ok not one of my faves

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I vaguely remember this episode. From what I do remember this was a good episode. :dude:

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i like it because to me, it was one of the original elements of suspicion and suspense brought from TNG. add in section 31, a doctor who as a serious case of paranoia, then the romulan senate who trusts no one, got yourself an episode.

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Sloane is at his oily best as he "dies" then comes back to remind Bashir of his "duty". Classic DS9.

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Sloane is at his oily best as he "dies" then comes back to remind Bashir of his "duty". Classic DS9.

 

I see you do dig up old topics.

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Sloane is at his oily best as he "dies" then comes back to remind Bashir of his "duty". Classic DS9.

 

We are in agreement :)

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Sloane is at his oily best as he "dies" then comes back to remind Bashir of his "duty". Classic DS9.

 

We are in agreement :)

 

We usually are, aren't we? :)

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