Discussion in 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine' started by LeadHead, Aug 20, 2012.
DUKAT: You touch my daughter again, I'll kill you.
Ziyal: Father, let him go. Please.
GARAK: Go ahead, kill me. She'll never forgive you, you know.
QUARK: Gentlemen. I don't know what's going on here, but I'm sure it's no excuse to act like a pair of Klingons.
Dukat: I'll act as I please, Ferengi.
QUARK: Then you'll excuse me while I call security. I'm sure Odo will get a big thrill out of having you locked up in one of his holding cells.
Ziyal: Father, Please.
GARAK: Public opinion seems to be running against you. (Dukat pulls him up again.) You know, I think that actually helped my back.
Quark: Lets go, Garak. I'll buy you a drink.
GARAK: A pleasure as always, my dear. You do have a lovely daughter. She must take after her mother.
Ziyal: You're wrong about Garak, father. He's a good man.
DUKAT: You have no idea how it pains me to hear you say that. It is good to see you again, Ziyal.
Ziyal: It's good to see you too, Father. What are you doing on the station?
DUKAT: Oh, I had a little skirmish with a Klingon battle cruiser. My ship was damaged, so I came here for repairs and to spend some time with you. And I can see we have a lot to talk about.
SISKO: Remember, this is a reconnaissance mission. You are to avoid Dominion ships at all cost. I want you back in one piece.
Worf: What about Garak?
SISKO: I want him back too. I don't suppose I have to tell you to keep a close eye on him.
Worf: At the first sign of betrayal, I will kill him. But, I promise to return the body intact.
SISKO: I assume that's a joke.
WORF: We'll see.
WORF: You want me to sponsor your application to Starfleet Academy?
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