Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

Wrongs Darker than Death or Night - S6-E17

Corrected entry: When Dax and Kira are at the bar, Morn, who died in episode 12, is seen in the background drinking at the bar.

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Correction: As Morn never died, this isn't a mistake. The episode "Who Mourns for Morn" was about Morn faking his death to escape his old criminal partners, and it is revealed that he is alive and well (and very rich) at the end of the episode. Morn remains alive and well until the end of Season 7.

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