Discussion in 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine' started by CoveTom, Apr 29, 2012.
BASHIR: They're still here, Chief.
O'BRIEN: Computer, freeze program. (a beat as nothing happens) There must be a problem in the character deletion algorithm.
(Cicci takes Vic by the lapels.)
CICCI: I'll show you the door.
Vic: Make that a big problem!
FRANKIE: What's it going to be, pallie?
VIC: I guess I start packing.
FRANKIE: Smart boy. All right, Cicci, come on. Let's check out my casino.
BASHIR: So what do we do now?
VIC: Nothing we can do. Frankie's a made man, capisce?
BASHIR: I'm not talking about Frankie, I'm talking about fixing the entire programme.
O'BRIEN: Well, we could shut it down manually and reset it. But that would wipe Vic's memory. He'd forget everything that's happened since we first activated him.
VIC: Oh, hold on, pallie. Nobody's wiping my memory.
BASHIR: Of course not. There must be some other way.
O'BRIEN: I wish I knew what it was.
BASHIR: Better talk to Felix. After all, he was the one who designed this programme.
VIC: You do that.
O'BRIEN: In the meantime, you stay out of the way of Frankie Eyes.
VIC: You'll get no argument from me.
NOG: I'll tell you one thing, if this Frankie Eyes hurts Vic in any way, he's going to have to answer to me.
WORF: I do not understand how you could feel such loyalty for a hologram.
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