Discussion in 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine' started by leandar, Mar 2, 2012.
SISKO: He's a little young for you, isn't he?
DAX: He's 27, I'm 28.
SISKO: 328, maybe. Did you tell him about that slug inside of you?
JADZIA: Yes, he knows I'm a Trill. He finds it fascinating.
SISKO: I wonder if he'd have been as fascinated if you still looked the way you did the last time I saw you.
DAX: Probably not.
SISKO: This is going to take some getting used to.
DAX: Don't be ridiculous. I'm still the same old Dax. More or less.
KIRA: I'm afraid we've had some security problems. Looks like looters got in here.
BASHIR: This'll be perfect. Real frontier medicine
KIRA: Frontier medicine?
BASHIR: Major, I had my choice of any job in the fleet.
KIRA: Did you?
BASHIR: I didn't want some cushy job or a research grant. I wanted this. The farthest reaches of the galaxy. One of the most remote outposts available. This is where the adventure is. This is where heroes are made. Right here, in the wilderness.
Kira: This "wilderness"... is my home. The Cardassians left behind a lot of injured people, Doctor. You can make yourself useful by bringing your Federation medicine to the natives. Oh, you'll find them a friendly, simple folk.
Skipped a line, Vanyel.
KIRA: This wilderness is my home.
BASHIR: Well, I, I, I didn't mean.
KIRA: The Cardassians left behind a lot of injured people, Doctor. You can make yourself useful by bringing your Federation medicine to the natives. Oh, you'll find them a friendly, simple folk.
(The Orb in under scrutiny)
SISKO: We do have one advantage. The monks have been studying these things for ten thousand years. I've had our computers set up to interface with their historical data banks.
He barely gets out a stammer, more of a trailing stutter so I didn't see it anymore worth of inclusion than a gasp or any other mumbled lines.
But feel free to include it.
^^Usually we tend to include everything.
Jadzia: That should give us something.
SISKO: Soon as possible, Dax. The eight other orbs are probably in some Cardassian laboratory, being turned upside down and inside out.
DAX: Benjamin, I was happy when I heard you accepted this assignment. I've been worried about you.
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