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After Dukat says "Farewell, Adami" in the fire caves, he is holding the Text of the Kosst Amojan in his right hand. A moment later, Sisko tackles Dukat over the precipice and the book has vanished. As we see both men plummet, Dukat is holding the book again.
Quark talks about the election of a new Kai. This makes sense because Winn is dead. But how does anyone know that? The only witnesses to her death were Sisko and Dukat. Sisko speaks to Kasidy later, but he only tell her what happened to him. He does not mention Winn. However, considering how long it would take for Kira to bring Odo to the Founders' Homeworld and return to Deep Space Nine (a few days' travel time at least), it is possible the Bajorans had come to the conclusion that Winn was dead, or at the very least were electing an interim Kai.
In the last closeup scenes with Weyoun and the Founder, you can see that Weyoun's right contact has moved out of place. His right eye appears to be looking upward, while the left is looking forward.
As Worf and Odo are walking to the Defiant, Worf says that he hopes that they will find Colonel Kira alive and well at Cardassia. But at this point her correct rank is Commander, as she is acting as an officer of Starfleet for her mission. Worf, as a stickler for military protocol, should not have made that slip.
In "Shattered Mirror", Sisko tells Mirror O'Brien that evasive maneuvers pattern Delta is rocking the ship. However, in this fight, Nog does a loop-da-loop.
When Weyoun is giving his speech about the rebels being destroyed, the Dominion logo in the background is reversed, this is caused by the whole image being reversed as the birthmark on Weyoun's face is also on the wrong side.
Damar, Garak and Kira's raid on Dominion headquarters is temporarily halted because the cargo doors are made of neutronium and explosives won't work on them. So what? Is the entire building made of neutronium? Why not just blow a hole in one of the walls?
The Founder promises the Breen that they can have Earth if the battle for Cardassia is won. Then she turns around and tells Weyoun she was lying to get their support. She talks in a perfectly normal tone of voice, and the Breen is standing just a few feet behind her with his pals. He should easily be able to hear her.
When the new Defiant arrives at DS9 and Dax says she didn't know they were getting it, Sisko counters her with, "That's what happens when you miss staff meetings." This remark is similar to an exchange between Admiral James T. Kirk and Doctor Leonard McCoy during Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, in which Kirk tells McCoy, "That's what you get for missing staff meetings, doctor."
During the staticy transmission between Quark and Zek, you can read Zek's lips say 'Rom' before the transmission ends. It is the very last word Zek says, which Quark does not hear, thus making Quark assume he is to be the new Nagus. Closed captioning reveals some hilarious dialogue which also cannot be heard through all the static.
The Cardassian Union logo in the Dominion control room is flipped from left to right, placing the yellow section and black circle on the wrong sides.
Normally we see command codes for a ship released from one officer to another, after the officer transferring gives the command and the receiving officer gives their vocal acknowledgement. Here we see Ross giving the command but there is no acknowledgement from Sisko, an obvious oversight of the writers.
Before Sloan arrives and during the mission into his head, Bashir is reading "A Tale of Two Cities", the same book given to James T. Kirk by Spock during Star Trek II: the Wrath of Khan.
At the beginning of the episode, Odo refers to Dr. Bashir as "Julian" the one and only time in the series.
At one point, O'Brien calls Bashir "Jules." As seen in "Doctor Bashir, I Presume?" this is what his parents always called him.
Ezri Dax spends most of her Season 7 tenure being overwhelmed by the Dax symbiont. During her conversation with Worf, she expresses an uncharacteristically individual opinion about the Klingon Empire. By now, Ezri must finally be discovering her true identity above the symbiont's other eight personalities.
Odo assumes the identity of the female changeling. Usually, he doesn't take other people's forms. This episode marks the first and last time this happens.
On the Cardassian repair station, the circular door begins to open before the Jem'Hadar guard presses the control panel.
After Worf kills Gowron and moves to open his eyelids, you can see Robert O'Reilly's right eyelid reflexively blink when Michael Dorn's finger brushed over his eyelash.
When Worf challenges Gowron to battle, you can clearly see a female Klingon among the other council members. Yet, in the episode "The House Of Quark", Grilka must marry Quark and receive special dispensation just to run her own house. So how do you explain a female sitting on the council?
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