It would appear someone is curious about us.
Jim: Just a m... Metron: There will be no discussion. It is done. Uhura: Ahhh! Sulu: He's gone.
Barehanded... against the Gorn... I have no chance.
Dr. McCoy: If there were only some way we could contact him... Mr. Spock: Yes, indeed doctor, if only there were. Notice the substance encrusting that rock? Dr. McCoy: Yes? Mr. Spock: Unless I'm mistaken, it's potassium nitrate. Dr. McCoy: So? Mr. Spock: Perhaps nothing, doctor. Perhaps... everything.
Sulu: It's impossible, but... There's Sirius over there when it should be here. And Canopus. And Arcanis. We're... All of a sudden, we're clear across the galaxy. Five hundred parsecs from where we are. I mean were... I mean... Jim: Don't try and figure it out, Mr. Sulu. Just plot a course for us back to Cestus III.
Spock: I would be interested in knowing what finally happened. Jim: We're a most promising species, Mr. Spock, as predators go. Did you know that? Spock: I've frequently had my doubts. Jim: I don't. Not anymore. And... maybe in a thousand years or so... we'll be able to prove it. Never mind, Mr. Spock. Doesn't ma...
I know nothing about the radio. Nothing!
I should be back by the time you wake up.
My bar is empty. My waiters are bored. And I'm losing money.
I'm afraid it's going to take some time.
I'm going to take the Defiant back out on patrol and I don't want my crew getting queasy because the gravity keeps fluctuating.
Webb: Captain? Air Force Captain: What is it, Webb? Webb: A blip, sir. Just came on the screen. Air Force Captain: How do you read it? Webb: An aircraft of some sort... but the size of it, the speed. It's not one of ours, sir. It doesn't even read like anything I've ever seen. Air Force Captain: What was the ap...
Air Defense will want to send somebody up to get a closer look. I think we have a real UFO on our hands.
It is an honor to stand in your presence once again.
I'm getting too old to be a prisoner of war.
I regret having to deceive you but it was the only way I could think of to get you here.
Odo: What do you want? Wyoun: To serve you.
I realized my place is with you.
Hogan: I didn't know you went in for astrology. I've heard Hitler's a big believer. Klink: Mm-hmm, and Goering and Himmler. Hogan: And now Klink. Germany's men of destiny. Hmm.
You have no idea how much it hurts me to hear you say that.
it's an honor to speak with you again.
Weyoun 6:I'm not defective. Weyoun 7: Of course you are. What other explanation is there for your behavior?
Like all Vorta I have a termination implant in my brain stem.
I told you it was a waste of time trying to reason with him.
I can't be responsible for the consequences.
Michael Jr: I'm seducing that girl with my mating call by licking my lips. Girls love it. Michael: They only love it if you can lick your eyebrows.
I should have told you the truth about myself.
I knew there was something wrong with him from the moment we met.
I'm afraid our problems won't be washed away quite that easily.
I will not stand by and let all of our plans all of our dreams for the future end in defeat.
I'd make myself scarce if I were you.
I must have missed that class in engineering school.
It's the force that binds the universe together.
It isn't easy to turn your back on your own people.
I'm telling you she's not well.
I wish only to serve you.
I'm sure you'll think of something.
I want that bloodwine back here by tomorrow.
I'm glad to see you've come to your senses.
I sincerely regret any... inconvenience we may have caused you.
I think you've done enough!
I never lost faith in the Great Material Continuum.
I don't think I'll ever forget the look on his face when he died. He seemed so... content.
Capt. Christopher: I never have believed in little green men. Mr. Spock: Neither have I. Capt. Kirk: Captain Christopher, this is my first officer, Lt. Commander Spock. Mr. Spock: Captain. Capt. Kirk: Feel free to look around, captain. Don't touch anything, but I think you'll find it interesting. Capt. Chri...
Jim: I wouldn't mind so much if only it didn't get so... affectionate. Spock: It also has an unfortunate tendency to giggle. John: I take it that a lady computer is not routine?
John: It's my duty to report what I've seen. Well, what would you do? Jim: I'd...report... if I could. We can't take the risk. John: I don't want to know about risks. I have a wife, two children. What about them? Jim: I'm sorry.
Spock: I made an error in my computations. McCoy: Oh? This could be an historic occasion.
It's a pity Captain Sisko frowns on summary executions.
Worf: I understand but I must tell you that using my own authority I appointed Kor an officer in the Ninth Fleet. Martok: Made him an officer... just like that. That's the difference between his name and mine: his opens doors, mine closes them.
Kor: It can be done. Darok: The key is to confuse their sensors in the opening moments... with a spread of torpedoes. Kor: Perhaps. Darok: But it would take a man with three times his experience to accomplish such a feat and such a man... would have to be certain of his abilities. Kor: Such a man would not take the...
I've hated his name for almost 30 years. I've dreamt of the moment when I would finally see him stripped of his rank and title when he would suddenly find himself without a friend in the world without the power of his birthright. Well, I've had that moment now. And I took no joy from it.
It has been an honor serving with you, Kor, son of Rynar.
I'm not saying it couldn't have happened. I'm just saying there's no proof.
If you do not believe in the legend then he was just a man and it does not matter how he died.
I welcome you to my home.
It seems my... services are not required in the present conflict.
I also have a reputation for a certain ruthless quality towards those who would stand in my way. Mind you, it's not entirely undeserved.
In truth, I rather enjoy being feared by my fellow officers.
I've made enemies... perhaps more than were necessary.
It's not easy for me to beg you for help... but I have nowhere else to turn.
I look forward to that day with great anticipation.
Imagine... the chaos we'll cause once we're in behind their lines.
Martok: I did not expect to hear anything further on this subject from you. Worf: And I did not expect to be forbidden to speak with you on any subject.
I would not give that man the gnawed bones of my last meal much less command of a ship.
I want nothing to do with him.
It's an honor to have you aboard with us.
Spock: It is a fact, doctor, that prowling by stealth is more time consuming than a direct approach. In our case... McCoy: Shouldn't you be working on your time-warp calculations, Mr. Spock? Spock: I am.
I can't bear the thought of losing him.
I'd give almost anything for the chance to... be together just one more time-- the two of us side by side, just like it used to be.
I expect no special treatment.
I care about him and I probably always will, but he's moved on with his life and so have I.
Fellini: I don't like mysteries. Jim: You don't stop being careless with that, and you'll have one. A big one. Fellini: I'll have it disassembled and examined. We are not dummies, mister. We know how to find out things we want to know.
It's a fine theory, but how do we execute it?
Oh... I miss the simplicity of those days.
I look forward to seeing you at the gates to Sto-Vo-Kor.
I hope that old fool understands what he's doing.
Quark: Well... aren't you going to say something? Nog: I feel sorry for the Jem'Hadar.
Vic: I wish I was going on the supply run with you. I could make some personal appearances. Sing a few songs, tell a few jokes. You know, put on a regular USO show. Bashir: I'm afraid there are no holosuites where we're going. Vic: Rom's right. Life can be unfair. You know, pally sometimes being a hologram can be a ...
But I'm an engineer, not a magician.
I think that's what I'm going to remember most about this war: looking through casualty reports. Sometimes it feels like that's all I do... stare at the names of the dead. When the war started, I read every name. I felt it was the least I could do to honor their sacrifices. But now... the names have begun to blur to...
Dax: It's just that a few hours ago, we thought of these mines as the kind of ruthless weapon only the Dominion would use, but now... Reese: They become a whole lot friendlier.
Nog: Captain... the communications array, it's worth it, right? Sisko: I hope to God it is.
I need someone to warm up the audience for me.
I couldn't stand the guy.
I understand that, but right now there's nothing I can do about that.
I wish I could tell you things were going to get easier for you.
All things considered I'd still rather be in their shoes.
Quark: I'll tell you one thing, Nephew-- if the Federation had listened to the Ferengi Alliance there never would have been a war. Nog: Because we would have surrendered a long time ago.
In nine lives, I've been a little of everything.
Bashir: I take it you were able to move the mines. Dax: Put it this way, I wouldn't go for a stroll through that ravine tonight.
Leeta: Are you okay? Nog: No... but I will be.
I half expect Miles to start wearing a coonskin cap to work.
Is there anything you want to talk about?
I just want to be left alone for a while.
For now, I think our best bet is to simply watch and wait.
If I had him as a publicist I'd be bigger than Elvis.
Actually, I don't want to go back to my life.
I think we should wait and see how this plays out.
From these books, I can't tell if I'm as rich as Rockefeller or poor as a church mouse.
I got to get ready for the show.
Nog: I'm sorry about what happened. Vic: Don't apologize to me. I'm not the one you belted.
I can't have you hitting the customers. It's not good for business.
I promise it'll never happen again.
If I don't get these books in order Uncle Sam's going to come down on me like a ton of bricks.
I've been going over your books, and this place is a latinum mine and you don't even know it.
In my opinion it's time to expand the business.
If you'll excuse us, Counselor. We have business to conduct.
Couldn't be better. Business is booming. We're making money hand over fist. I can hardly keep up with all the profits.
It was a spur-of- the-moment thing.
I should know better by now than to ask you to give away your secrets.
It's like you said: he just needed a break from reality.
It's time for you to go, kid.
I had no idea how much it means to just... live.
I'm perfectly happy here.
I could die tomorrow. I don't know if I'm ready to face that.
Look, kid, I don't know what's going to happen to you out there. All I can tell you is that... you've got to play the cards life deals you. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose. But at least you're in the game.
Nog: I feel older. Vic: Happens to the best of us.
I want to thank you for all that you did for me.
It's a deal, and you can take that to the bank.
Major Christopher: I never thought I'd make it into space. I was in line to be chosen for the space program. But I didn't qualify. Capt. Kirk: Take a good look around, captain. You made it here ahead of all of 'em.
In a hurry to see me go?
Areel. Dr. McCoy said you were...here. I should have felt it in the air, like static electricity.
I am the prosecution. And I have to do my very best to have you slapped down hard... broken out of the service... in disgrace.
Dr. McCoy: If you have any doubt, that was indeed Captain James Kirk of the Enterprise. Areel Shaw: Yes, I know. Are you a friend of his? Dr. McCoy: In these trying times, one of the few. Doctor Leonard McCoy, and you? Areel Shaw: Areel Shaw and I'm a friend too, an old one. Dr. McCoy: All of my old friends look...
I wouldn't want to slow the wheels of progress. But then, on the other hand... I wouldn't want those wheels to run over my client in their unbridled haste.
Spock: I have run a complete megalite survey on the computer. Jim: I'll tell you what you found. Nothing, right? Spock: You sound bitter, captain. Jim: Not bitter enough to forget to thank you for your efforts.
It's not all bad, Mr. Spock. Who knows? You may be able to beat your next captain at chess. Kirk out.
I never realized how close you and Dad had been... until I read through some of the papers he wrote, letters to Mother and me. I don't know how I ever could have thought that...
Cogley: It presupposes, does it not, that a man wishes to be found? Jim: I beg your pardon? Cogley: If you start a search for a man... you assume, don't you, that he wants to be found?
I've watched you for years. The great Captain Kirk.
I want them to experience the gritty truth, the cutthroat business that this really is okay.
I want them to experience the gritty truth, the cutthroat business that this really is okay?
Areel: I protest, Your Honor... Cogley: And I repeat! I speak of rights. A machine has none. A man must. My client has the right to face his accuser. And if you do not grant him that right, you have brought us down to the level of the machine. Indeed, you have elevated that machine above us. I ask that my motion b...
LeBeau: I'm in the future. You are a general. I see it clearly. Berlin. Hitler himself promotes you. Klink: Hmm. Exactly what my astrologer said.
I hear and obey the voice of Landru.
Landru: I am Landru. Spock: Projection, captain. Unreal. Jim: But beautiful, Mr. Spock, with no apparatus at this end.
Michael: I'm from the old school. I can't help myself. Okay? I want that boy to fear me, Jay. I want... When he's alone with my daughter, I want him to see my face and to be thinking about what I'm gonna do to him if he crosses the line. Jay: Which line? Michael: The panty line.
Okay? If he wants to date my daughter, then let him come over here and kiss my ring and ask for my permission like the opening scene in The Godfather.
Michael: As you can see, I have a certain sentimental weakness for my wife. I spoil her. Sometimes she speaks when she should be listening. Jay: And sometimes I break a lamp over my husband's head when I should be watching TV.
Jay: I'm not gonna allow you to make this a miserable experience for her, Michael. Your first date is supposed to be something special. Michael: I know, and I'm going along to make sure it's not too special.
Jay: Is there anything special you guys wanna see? Claire: Yeah, I'd like to see you guys stay home tonight. Michael: Let me see if that's playing. Stay home tonight?
Jay: I want Claire and Tony to spend a few moments alone together. I mean, what is the worse that could happen, Michael? Michael: Well, you seem to be conveniently forgetting some of the things we did together in a movie theater.
I just want you to know that kissing can lead to touching, and touching can lead to grandchildren. So, when you do have that first kiss, stick to kissing. You know, 'cause there's nothing wrong with a good 10, 15 years of just kissing.
It is done.
Isn't that somewhat old fashioned?
Computer: I am Landru. Jim: Landru died 6,000 years ago. Computer: I am Landru! I am he! All that he was, I am. His experience, his knowledge. Jim: But not his wisdom.
Jim: How's it going? Lindstrom: Couldn't be better. Already this morning we've had half a dozen domestic quarrels and two genuine knockdown drag outs. It may not be paradise, but it's certainly human. Jim: Sounds most promising.
I could live with that. Being the bigger man. I like the way that sounds.
I saw the look in this girl's eyes. There's no way we're gonna keep her away from that boy, so we have to take control of this situation.
Dax: I haven't talked to my mother in almost six months. Sisko: Oh. Dax:The last time I saw her was just after I was joined. She came to visit me on Trill and I was still a little confused. When she walked into my room I put on a big smile, looked her right in the eye and said, "Hi, Mom. It's me-- Curzon." Things ...
Bashir: Everything Starfleet knows on Bilby and his widow. Dax: Where's your report? Oh, it's in there. Bashir: It's the one with Captain Sisko's boot-prints all over it.
Diane, I'm so sorry I didn't call you back the next day... Or-- or ever again.
What can I say? I get drunk, I become an art critic.
I'm the idiot brother. How would I know?
Will: I just felt so weird about the whole thing because I was-- I-- I was gay. You know, I still am. Diane: Yeah. Like I didn't know that. Will: How did you know? Karen: Probably 'cause you put your rubber on with your pinkie up, Mary.
I like you. Wanna make out?
I think something might have happened to him.
You know, if you chop that any finer, the guests are going to have to snort it.
I want a written report detailing everything you know about this woman.
Jim: I thought you said it couldn't possibly be an Earth vessel. Spock: Fail to understand why it always gives you pleasure to see me proven wrong. Jim: An emotional Earth weakness of mine.
Don't worry. I'm sure you'll be out of the doghouse by the time I get back.
I hate your hair.
I don't really think any of them were expecting another Dax to walk into their lives.
I don't think we're really right for each other anymore.
It makes me uncomfortable being around him now.
I'm still sorting out my pronouns.
Or worse yet, there's days when I wake up and I don't even know if I'm a man or a woman until I pull back the covers.
I also have an unfortunate tendency to ramble.
I can't... concentrate. My mind wanders. I don't have the discipline it takes to succeed.
I'm not trying to make you feel bad. I just want you to know that I still believe in you.
When I woke up this morning I found him passed out in the entry room.
Bokar: I-it could have been an accident. O'Brien: Oh, yeah. She accidentally hit herself in the head and accidentally threw herself in the river, huh?
It'll be good to get my hands on a problem I can solve for a change.
I am wallowing in self-pity and acting out my frustrations by throwing tantrums.
I can't... I can't just pick up and leave.
I feel like I'm trapped in some kind of Ferengi nightmare.
I'm not suggesting anything but you have to face the possibility that somebody in your family... was involved in her death.
I may not have shed any tears when I found out she was dead but I didn't kill her.
Suddenly I realized that if she were dead... all of our problems would go away.
You know, I guess I just spent so many years dreaming of ways to get out of that house that I didn't see what was really going on inside
I should have gone home a long time ago.
I always keep track of whatever I bring to a party. If I had a dollar for every piece of Tupperware I never got back, I'd have $13.
It's so nice to be around people who eat food. When somebody has a birthday at "Vogue," they put a candle in the middle of a lifesaver and then argue about who gets the smallest piece.
O'Brien: That's odd. According to these readings the bullet only traveled eight or nine centimeters. Sisko: Then the killer must have fired at point-blank range. Odo: I don't think so. There are no powder burns on the body. Bashir: What are powder burns? Odo: At close range, chemically propelled weapons leave resid...
Worf: But I am certain that you will do whatever is necessary to complete your task. Dax: And how do you know that? Worf: You are Dax. It is your way.
I don't know what you and Jadzia and Curzon all see in that man. He's so insufferable, so Starfleet. I'm surprised the killer hasn't targeted him.
Worf: It is dangerous for you to be wandering the Promenade alone. Dax: You were worried about me? Worf: There is a killer on the station. You have no right to endanger yourself this way. Dax: You were worried about me. Thank you, Worf. That's... sweet. Worf: You are a fellow officer. I would have the same concern ...
I think you need a vacation. You're talking to yourself.
I want to know everything there is to know about him: who his friends were, if he made any enemies.
It's difficult to accept. The whole concept of someone killing another person in cold blood it's almost incomprehensible, isn't it?
I know exactly what it feels like... to feel the urge, the need to take a life.
I wish you'd stop being afraid of me.
I was able to fire a bullet into that melon while standing outside in the corridor.
If you want to catch a killer, Ezri you have to learn to think like one.
I don't know what you see in this Ferengi. He's repulsive.
Kira: I'm sorry I can't link with you. Odo: It doesn't matter, Nerys. I love you.
If I ever made you feel that you couldn't be yourself with me... I'm sorry. I want to know you... the way you really are.
I didn't know you collected knickknacks.
I've been trying to find others of my kind for a long time.
I do not trust... humanoids.