"Captive Pursuit" is the sixth episode of the first season of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. It maintains a fan rating of 4.1 out of 5 on the official Star Trek Website.
Quick overview: O'Brien befriends an alien involved in a deadly hunt.
A damaged unidentified vessel from the Gamma Quadrant docks at Deep Space Nine for repairs. Its reptilian pilot, who only identifies himself as "Tosk", requires virtually no "downtime" as he calls sleep and...
Commander Sisko scolds O'Brien for his disobedience.
Tosk bids O'Brien farewell.
O'Brien hopes he doesn't get into too much trouble with The Federation for he...
O'Brien turns down Tosk's offer to join the hunted.
Tosk is free to continue the hunt.
O'Brien releases Tosk from his shackles.
O'Brien punches the hunter.
Odo is upset that O'Brien has taken over the transport of Tosk.
O'Brien comments on Ferengi culture.
Quark notices O'Brien is upset.
O'Brien is fed up with Quark's behavior.
Tosk explains that being hunted is an honor in his culture.
Tosk dismisses the idea of asylum on the station.
Sisko is upset over the idea of hunting an intelligent being.
Sisko is upset that the intrusion to the station was a game.
Odo defends Tosk from the alien intruders.
Sisko confronts alien intruders.
O'Brien is trying to figure out what the oncoming ship is doing to the station.
A mysterious ship scans the station with an unknown beam.
Dax observes a new ship arriving through the wormhole.
Tosk wants O'Brien to release him.
Tosk tells Quark his life is more exciting than anything in a holosuite.
Quark offers Tosk time in the Holosuite.
Tosk has no addictions.