Discussion in 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine' started by LeadHead, Jun 26, 2014.
Quark: Really? How much did you get for it?
JAKE: It's just a figure of speech. The Federation News Service is going to publish a book of my stories about life on the station under Dominion rule.
Quark: And they're not paying you?
Quark: Well then, you have my sympathies and the first round of drinks is on the house.
QUARK: No. It's a figure of speech.
Jake: Look, I want to tell my Dad about the book. Is he still in the holosuite?
Quark: Oh, yeah. They're still up there.
JAKE: What are they doing?
Quark: It's a Klingon Bachelor Party. You're a writer, use your imagination.
Alexander has passed out.
Alexander: (waking up) Grandma?
BASHIR: Guess again.
ALEXANDER: We're still on the...?
BASHIR: The road to Kal'Hyah, day five hundred
O'BRIEN: Maybe we should turn down the heat, you know, for Alexander's sake.
ALEXANDER: No, it's okay. I just need some water.
Bashir: Now, you don't want to push yourself too hard. You know, turning down the heat might be a good idea.
MARTOK: The whole point is to push yourself to the limits of your endurance.
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