Discussion in 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine' started by The Illusive Man, Aug 5, 2013.
^ The first line was: KEIKO: Then the Maquis told you about Boone.
KEIKO: He was surgically altered?
SISKO: Eight years ago, to replace the real Raymond Boone who was taken prisoner at Setlik Three... and apparently killed in detention.
O'BRIEN: Well, how did you figure it out?
SISKO: His ex-wife told us he came back from captivity a different man. She blamed it on the treatment he received from the Cardassians. But it started us thinking...
O'BRIEN: So he was spying for the Cardassians even when he was serving on the Rutledge with me?
KEIKO: But why did they want to frame Miles?
ODO: This trial was never about your husband, Mrs O'Brien. It was designed from the beginning to discredit the Federation, to show that the Maquis had their official sanction. Gul Evek's testimony made it clear that the situation had become untenable.
O'BRIEN: Next they would have been demanding that the Federation colonies be disbanded.
SISKO: Exactly. When Makbar saw Boone in the courtroom, she realised that we had the goods to embarrass the High Command in front of the entire populace.
KEIKO: I'm just glad it's all over.
O'BRIEN: Yeah, I'm ready to get back to work.
SISKO: Oh no, no, no. I had to use all of my influence to extend your accommodations at the lagoon. We'll drop you off on our way home.
O'BRIEN: But we don't have our bags, no holo- cam, nothing to read...
Good work, all!
Well we breezed through that episode in about a week. Hard to believe the last one took over two months even for a two-parter.
Wow, and I missed most of it! Yeesh!
I suspect it probably has a lot to do with the episode in question as to the time it takes to go through it.
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