Discussion in 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine' started by LeadHead, Apr 20, 2012.
KIRA: Come on. Odo, Garak; let's go.
GARAK: I'd almost forgotten what a pleasure it was to be with my fellow Cardassians. And though I'd like to stay and listen to you bluster, I simply don't have the time.
(As the group turns to leaves, Entek draws a concealed weapon. Garak turns and atomises him.)
GARAK: A pity. I rather liked him.
GHEMOR: So, it was all a lie?
KIRA: According to Doctor Bashir, my genetic structure is entirely Bajoran. The alterations were surgical.
GHEMOR: What about the man who said he was with you at Elemspur?
KIRA: Gone. Completely disappeared. We suspect he was a Cardassian agent. He's probably the one who changed the Detention Centre records in the first place.
GHEMOR: I thought you'd be happy?
KIRA: I am. It's just, I still don't understand. If Iliana really was transformed into a Bajoran, then why did Entek have me kidnapped? Why not bring Iliana back instead?
GHEMOR: Because the desegranine would have worked on Iliana. Her memories would have returned and she would have cooperated with Entek. But they knew you'd resist and that I'd be forced to try to get you off of Cardassia.
KIRA: Do you think Iliana's still alive?
GHEMOR: I have to. I'm her father. For all I know, she's still on Bajor and someday I'll find her.
KIRA: Are you sure you don't want to stay on the station?
GHEMOR: There's no place for me here. The Mathenite government has offered me political sanctuary. I'll be safe there. One more thing before I leave. Can I give you some fatherly advice, for old times sake?
Kira: Of course.
GHEMOR: That Garak fellow who helped you, helped us. Don't trust him, Nerys. Ever. He's a dangerous man and he'd betray you and all of your friends in an instant if he thought it would help him.
KIRA: I'll keep my eye on him.
GHEMOR: I suppose it's time to go.
(It's the bracelet.)
KIRA: It doesn't belong to me. I can't keep it.
GHEMOR: No. I want you to have it. You may not be my daughter, but until I find Iliana, you're the closest thing I have to family.
KIRA: I want you to know something. In spite of whatever I might have said, I realise now you're an honourable man. And I think your daughter must have loved you very much.
Yeeeeeeeeahhhhhhh! Well done everyone
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