hopefully we will get this but obviously a misprice but worth a try
The much-vaunted revamp that "Deep Space Nine" underwent in its fourth year was, primarily, an increase in the show's level of action to complement its increasingly complex political intrigue.
The introduction of "Next Generation"'s Worf (Michael Dorn) is actually a shrewd move, as he fits very well into the darker tone of "DS9". He also becomes central to a new ongoing plotline; the Dominion have managed to provoke outright war between the Klingons and Cardassia, and the Federation have broken off diplomatic relations in protest. The shadow of a new Klingon cold war looms over the season, while the Dominion continue to work behind the scenes.
Top episodes this year include Klingon battle-fest "Way of the Warrior" and thought-provoking two-parter "Homefront"/"Paradise Lost" which focuses on Earth and asks whether security from Dominion infiltration is worth giving up civil liberties for.
The real-world political issues the show deals with are offset by some fun episodes, though. "Our Man Bashir" teams Dr Bashir (Alexander Siddig) with former spy Garak (Andrew J Robinson) in a fond tribute to James Bond, and the hysterical "Little Green Men" sees Quark (Armin Shimerman), together with his brother and nephew, falling though time to 1947 New Mexico, where they become the Roswell aliens!
Of course, the season builds to an exciting finale as the cold war with the Klingons comes to a head, while Odo faces judgment from the Founders. The repercussions would be far-reaching...