Discussion in 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine' started by leandar, Sep 13, 2013.
Another Cavern on Planet
GARAK: Lucky for you, it ripped on the seam.
O'Brien: Can you fix it?
GARAK: Unlucky for you, my sewing kit went down with the ship.
Neeley: (Crewwoman) Maybe someone could go get it? The ship's only about five hundred metres below the surface by now.
O'Brien: How long can you hold your breath Cadet?
Sisko: Madam, your pants are ready. Your boots and vest will take a little longer. While you wait, I might suggest that you browse through the hotel's gift shop.
DAX: No, thank you. But I would like to lodge a complaint with the manager. This bed is hard as a rock.
Sisko: I will make a note of that. What's the prognosis?
BASHIR: Guarded, but good. The bleeding's stopped and I've repaired all the internal injuries. The damage to the symbiont is harder to diagnose, but with enough rest, I think they'll both make a full recovery.
Jadzia: In other words, I'm going to be staring at this cave ceiling for the rest of my stay.
SISKO: Lucky for you there's twenty-four hour room service. I'll get you out of here, old man. I promise.
DAX: I'm going to hold you to that one, Benjamin.
Shoreline Garak and Nog are walking roughly side by side.
GARAK: What are you doing?
NOG: Following orders. The Captain told us to scan the area for fresh water and vegetation.
GARAK: You know precisely what I mean. You're deliberately trying to stay behind me and I want to know why. Does this have something to do with that unfortunate business between you and me last year?
NOG: You tied me up and threatened to kill me.
GARAK: There were extenuating circumstances.
NOG: It happened. So you can either stay in front of me or walk beside me, but I won't turn my back on you again.
GARAK: Cadet... there may be hope for you yet.
NOG: What is it?
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