Re: "Facets," it showed the world that Nana Visitor's going to make an adorable little old lady some day.
The Tzenkathi? Maybe the Alpha Quadrant's running low on kitty litter.
What I don't get about "The Adversary" is that, if I'm remembering it right, Odo didn't murder the Changeling. They were fighting and the Bad Guy accidentally got fried. It certainly wasn't his intent to kill the guy, so for me it renders a big chunk of Odo's arc empty.
Second, how did the Founders find out that Odo "killed" the Changeling? Or did they just hear that he died and Odo was there, and put the worst possible spin on it.
I might be getting ahead of myself here, but by Linking, wouldn't they know that he didn't want to kill the guy?
The way it is, Odo's just being persecuted on a technicality.
To make it interesting, what if they had him consciously choose to kill the Changeling? Say, Kira's in danger, and the only way he can save her is to make a choice to kill the Changeling? Or he links with the Changeling, learns what he's going to do, and feels so angry (and horrified about who he himself really is) that he kills him?