Discussion in 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine' started by leandar, Mar 25, 2013.
Bashir: It's a big decision. I'm surprised that it didn't come up sooner.
O'Brien: Actually, we've been talking about it for quite a while.
BASHIR: Well, you can stop talking about it. We'll move the Alamo into my quarters.
NOG: I could still use a little more equalization on the torque buffers.
O'BRIEN: Right. I'll try to compensate with the impulse response filters.
BASHIR: That way, your quarters won't be so cluttered and you can still use it whenever you want.
O'BRIEN: I wasn't talking about the Alamo model. Besides, it's too big for your quarters.
BASHIR: You let me worry about that. So, what were you talking about?
O'BRIEN: Oh, it's nothing that can't wait. Is that any better, Nog?
Nog: Torque buffers are stable.
SISKO: I wish she were here, too, Constable.
ODO: If we only knew where Kira was. If we could only be sure that she was all right.
Sisko: The Colonel's a survivor.
Odo: This war, Captain, it has to end.
SISKO: And it will. Soon. One way or the other.
(And the Prophets haul him into Limbo)
(Outside the Shrine.)
Sarah: The Emissary's task is nearing completion.
SISKO: Are you talking about the war?
SARAH: You have walked the path the Prophets laid out for you, Benjamin. Do not falter now.
SISKO: I don't intend to.
SARAH: Know this, my son. Your journey's end lies not before you, but behind you.
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