Plain, simple Garak is back, though there is nothing plain nor simple about the young Cardassian he’s spotted on DS9. The kid’s name is Rugal and he was raised on Bajor, as a Bajoran. Things get even less simple when Gul Dukat gets involved. And all pretense of simplicity gets shot out of an airlock when Rugal’s biological father turns out to be a high ranking politician on Cardassia. Will Rugal get to go home with his father? Or will he have to go home with his other father? And will this be the episode where Miles O’Brien finally stops hating all Cardassians just because they’re Cardassian? Find out, when we put Cardassians in the Mission Log.
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