Discussion in 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine' started by CoveTom, May 17, 2012.
Sisko: Lay in a course for the wormhole. I want to cloak as soon as we reach the Gamma Quadrant.
DAX: Course laid in, sir.
(WHOOSH, and into the Gamma Quadrant. Defiant disappears, and turns into a submarine under cloak, with lower lighting levels)
T'RUL: The cloaking device is operating within normal parameters.
Sisko: Set course for the Karemma system, warp 7.
T'RUL: Aye, sir.
(Quark is sulking on the bottom bunk of a tiny room when the door opens)
Odo: Is this the best you can do?
BASHIR: I'm afraid so. Most of the crew quarters don't have life support yet. Besides, I think we'd all feel a bit better with someone here to watch over Quark.
Quark: I take that as a personal insult, Doctor.
BASHIR: You should. Now, I think I'll let you two bunkmates get more comfortable.
(Odo enters the room)
Quark: Am I glad to see you. I've been stuck down here in this miserable hole ever since I came aboard. Bunk beds, no view, and I can't tell you what came out of that replicator when I asked for synthehol.
(Odo puts his bucket in a corner.)
Quark: So, what's your role on this little adventure? Providing security, no doubt. Well, of course you are. I mean, why else would you be here? I can tell you I feel much safer now, just knowing that you're along, because I know I can trust you.
ODO: I have been holding this shape for sixteen hours. I have to revert back to my liquid state, but I don't want you to watch and gawk at me.
QUARK: I understand completely. This is a very private moment and I won't interfere. This won't be so bad, sharing...
Odo: (growls) I have no interest in speaking to you, or in listening to your witless prattle. So stay out of my way, or you'll regret the day you ever met me!
O'BRIEN: Commander, long range scanners have picked up two Jem'Hadar warships directly ahead. They're heading this way at warp five.
SISKO: How close will they pass us?
O'BRIEN: One hundred thousand kilometers.
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