I was wondering how many people have caught subtle Digressions in the series and what they were. Unfortunately, I don't recall the season or episode, but it involves Quark at his bar talking to a customer while he's wiping a glass. The customer (don't recall who they were, I don't remember seeing a face)said, "Theres something wrong with this place." and Quark replies, "The center cannot hold." which is a line in the poem The Second Coming, by William Butler Yeats. I nearly died laughing because of how he kept a serious, straight face. On another occasion, Quark is cleaning a glass and talking to a customer about whatever war was raging at the time. The customer asks, "War. What is it good for?" and Quark says, "Absolutely nothing." from that old song in the 70s by Edwin Starr named War. (Of course Quark would be contradicting the Rule of Aquistion that says War is good for business. Then again another rule states Peace is good for business!) "War! Huh. Good God y'all. What is it good for? Absolutely nothing, now listen to me .. etc.-War, Edwin Starr. My favorite line from Yeats The Second Coming, "And what rough beast, its hour come round at last, slouches off to Bethlehem to be born?" from The Second Coming by William Butler Years.