Discussion in 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine' started by The Illusive Man, Jul 23, 2014.
Lisa [OC]: Kasidy? Is she the same Kasidy I spoke to earlier?
SISKO: That's her.
LISA: She one of your officers?
Sisko: No, civilian. Freighter Captain.
LISA [OC]: Uh, oh. Sounds like you're having problems.
Sisko: Why would you say something like that?
LISA [OC]: There's no joy in that voice of yours, Ben. In fact, the tension level went up when you said her name. You sounded more relaxed when you were telling me about the war.
Ben, are you still there?
Sisko: Yes. Yes, I'm still here. You caught me off guard, a little.
LISA [OC]: I can tell. You know, back when I was a junior officer, I dated a civilian for six years. Want to hear about it? Sure you do. Why? Because it's a funny story and one of us needs to cheer up. So we met on Andor. I was assigned to the Federation Embassy as an attaché and he was working in the Andorian Agricultural Ministry. Now at first I didn't want anything to do with him. He kept pointing his antennae at me whenever I walked through his office and I found that sort of rude.
Quark: Excuse me, coming through. Excuse me. Excuse me. Odo?
ODO: Well, this is it.
Quark: Can I see it?
(It's a necklace.)
Quark: Oh, very nice. The Major's going to love it. How are going to give it to her? What sort of evening do you have planned?
ODO: I don't have anything planned.
QUARK: Fortunately for you, there's still time. (pulls out the box of holosuite rods) Pick one.
ODO: A holosuite programme?
QUARK: It's your anniversary. You have to do something special.
Odo: I bought her a gift.
QUARK: Have it your way, but if it was me and I had found true love after a lifetime of searching, every month would be worth celebrating.
Odo: All right, let me have a look at those programs. Come on.
Quark hands Odo a small box with isolinear rods. Odo goes upstairs.
QUARK: Looks like the Constable's going to be busy Saturday night. I guess that means he won't be following me around the station, or watching the airlocks for wanted criminals, or monitoring the cargo bays for illegal transactions.
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