Discussion in 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine' started by CoveTom, Apr 29, 2012.
NOG: He's not just a hologram, he's my friend.
O'BRIEN: Don't you like Vic?
WORF: As a singer, I find him entertaining. But beyond that, I neither like him nor dislike him. He is a hologram and, therefore, he does not exist.
KIRA: He does for me.
BASHIR: I just talked to Felix. I know what's been affecting Vic's program. It's a jack in the box.
NOG: A what?
O'BRIEN: A jack in the box. It's a children's toy on Earth. You wind it up and a figure jumps out and goes Boo!
BASHIR: Except this type of jack in the box is different.
NOG: It doesn't go Boo?
BASHIR: No, this surprise is buried deep in the holosuite program.
O'BRIEN: It's meant to shake things up, you know? Make things interesting.
NOG: I wasn't bored. Were you?
KIRA: Not at all. I liked Vic's the way it was.
BASHIR: According to Felix, if we get rid of Frankie Eyes, everything resets back to the way it was.
KIRA: That's good to know.
NOG: So how do we get rid of Frankie Eyes?
BASHIR: That's up to us. But Felix did warn me the programme is period specific.
O'BRIEN: In other words, if we shoot him, we have to use a forty five automatic and not a phaser.
BASHIR: We can't shoot Frankie, it's too dangerous.
O'BRIEN: The mob could retaliate against Vic.
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