Discussion in 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine' started by CoveTom, Dec 17, 2010.
DUKAT: You're sure of that? I can't help you unless you tell me the truth.
ZIYAL: I am telling you the truth! The question is, have you been telling me the truth?
Dukat: About what?
ZIYAL: That the Bajorans are wrong about you. That you regret the horrible things you had to do during the occupation.
DUKAT: I do regret them, Ziyal. Deeply.
Ziyal: Then this is your chance to prove it to everyone, including me. Show us that you're capable of mercy.
DUKAT: Rom is an enemy of the state, and enemies of the state do not deserve mercy.
Ziyal: Spoken like a true Cardassian.
DUKAT: I am a Cardassian. And so are you.
ZIYAL: No, I'm not! I could never be like you.
(Sitting on the spiral staircase.)
KIRA: You can't trust them.
QUARK: I trust latinum, and so do they. Five bars will buy me five Nausicaans, a fast ship and very few questions. Breaking Rom out of the holding cell will be child's play compared to the things they're used to doing.
KIRA: Forget about it, Quark. Freeing your brother's going to take careful, precise planning. It's not the Nausicaan way. They're thugs. They'll come strutting onto the station, look at a Jem'Hadar the wrong way and before you know it there's blood on the Promenade.
QUARK: Think I can get my money back?
(They go down to the bar proper.)
DAMAR: Major, a freighter loaded with Tammeron grain is due within the hour. See to it that Cargo bay five is ready to receive it.
Kira: I'll take care of it.
Kira turn to Quark
Kira: I'll have a-
DAMAR: Yes, you will. Now. (Kira gets up and walks off; Damar takes the stool) That attitude of yours, Major, it won't be tolerated forever.
Kira: You don't like my attitude Damar? You're welcome to try to change it.
DAMAR (to Quark): I don't know what Dukat sees in that woman.
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