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Weyoun (Character)
from "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" (1993)

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"Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: To the Death (#4.22)" (1996)
Omet'iklan: I am First Omet'iklan, and I am dead. As of this moment, we are all dead. We go into battle to reclaim our lives. This we do gladly, for we are Jem'Hadar. Remember: victory is life.
Jem'Hadar: Victory is life!
[the Jem'Hadar march out]
Weyoun: Such a delightful people.
[O'Brien turns to face the assembled Federation officers]
O'Brien: I am Chief Miles Edward O'Brien. I am very much alive, and I intend to stay that way.
Sisko: Amen! Let's get it done!

Weyoun: Wouldn't it be much simpler if the Dominion and the Federation could reach some mutual beneficial understanding without resorting to the unpleasantness of military conflict?

Weyoun: Your psychographic profile is required reading for Vorta field supervisors. I probably know things about you you don't know yourself.

Omet'iklan: [about his Starfleet allies] They'll never succeed as long as they value their lives more than victory.
Weyoun: There's something to be said for soldiers who aren't afraid to die.
Sisko: I don't know, I found that nothing keeps me alert quite like a healthy fear of death.

Omet'iklan: You think you have to lie to us and use the white to ensure our loyalty. But the fact is we are more loyal to the Founders than the Vorta ever will be. It is the reason for our existence; it is the core of our being.
Weyoun: There's an entire corps of Jem'Hadar down on Vandros IV that would disagree with you.
Omet'iklan: And for that, they will die.

[the Jem'Hadar bring Weyoun's white dispenser into the mess while Weyoun is eating]
Omet'iklan: It's time.
Weyoun: It's time when I *say* it's time.
[the Jem'Hadar remain]
Weyoun: [sighs] Very well.
[to the dispenser]
Weyoun: Prepare six vials. Unlock.
[Weyoun opens the dispenser and takes out six vials]
Weyoun: [bored, reciting] First Omet'iklan, can you vouch for the loyalty of your men?
Omet'iklan: [solemn] We pledge our loyalty to the Founders, from now until death.
Weyoun: [bored] Then receive this reward from the Founders, may it keep you strong.
[He hands out the white]

Weyoun: What would you say... if I offered to make you absolute ruler of the Federation? No President, no Starfleet Chief of Staff, just you.
Sisko: I'd say your psychographic profile of me isn't as good as you think.
Weyoun: [laughs richly] Just doing my job.

Weyoun: The Founders' ability to control the Jem'Hadar has been somewhat... overstated. Otherwise we never would have had to addict them to the white.
Sisko: Sounds like the Dominion isn't quite as stable as you'd like us to believe.
Weyoun: [with cold fury] The Dominion has endured for two thousand years and will continue to endure long after the Federation has crumbled into dust.
[calms down]
Weyoun: But we'll leave that to history.

Weyoun: Your people... want you to come home, Odo. No matter what differences you may have with them, no matter what mistakes you may have made, they still love you.
Odo: Well, maybe they do. But I don't love them.
Weyoun: You're lying. And you're not very good at it. I on the other hand am an expert at lies, both in telling them and in spotting them...

"Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Treachery, Faith, and the Great River (#7.6)" (1998)
Odo: Has it ever occurred to you that the reason you believe the Founders are gods is because that's what they want you to believe? That they built it into your genetic code?
Weyoun 6: Of course they did. That's what gods do. After all, why be a god if there's no one to worship you?

Odo: You still haven't answered my question. Why did you decide to defect?
Weyoun 6: I realized my place is with you.
Odo: You can do better than that.
Weyoun 6: Then let's just say, I left Cardassia because my life was in danger.
Odo: From whom?
Weyoun 6: Everyone.
Odo: Aren't you being a little paranoid?
Weyoun 6: Of course I'm paranoid, everyone's trying to kill me.

[when trying to escape the Jem'Hadar, Odo hides his runabout inside of a large chunk of ice]
Weyoun 6: "We become the ice." Only a god could think of such a thing.
Odo: Well, let's just hope the Jem'Hadar give up their search before we freeze to death.
Weyoun 6: My faith will keep me warm.
Odo: Hmm, perhaps. But in an hour, you may want to trade in that faith for a thermal blanket.

[Odo has emphasized to Weyoun earlier that he is no god]
Odo: I wish you'd stop doing that.
Weyoun 6: Doing what?
Odo: Staring at me.
Weyoun 6: Was I? I didn't mean to.
Odo: You've been doing it for the last ten hours.
Weyoun 6: I'm sorry. It's just such an honor to be sitting here with a g...
[Odo gives him a menacing look]
Weyoun 6: officer.

Weyoun 7: To think a Weyoun could be capable of such treachery...

[Weyoun 6 has told Odo about the disease that is spreading among the Founders]
Weyoun 6: I'm sorry to bring you such sad news. But at least you are not infected. The Dominion will survive.

Weyoun 7: You look surprised to see me, Odo.
Odo: I'm well aware the Vorta are all clones. But I'm not sure the universe is ready for two Weyouns.
Weyoun 7: I couldn't agree more.

[Weyoun 6 has activated his termination implant]
Weyoun 6: There is one thing you can do for me.
Odo: What's that?
Weyoun 6: Give me your blessing.
Odo: I-I can't.
Weyoun 6: Please, Odo - tell me I haven't failed, that I've served you well.
Odo: You have, and for that you have my gratitude - and... my blessing.

"Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: The Changing Face of Evil (#7.20)" (1999)
Weyoun: I could be the last Weyoun...

Weyoun: There's something... different about you today, Damar, I can't quite put my finger on it. It's almost as if you're only... half-dressed...
Damar: What're you talking about?
Weyoun: [with fake realization] You don't have a bottle in your hand!

Weyoun: [after the Defiant has been destroyed] Poor Captain Sisko. I believe he was quite fond of that ship.

Weyoun: All those escape pods - so small... so vulnerable...

"Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Sacrifice of Angels (#6.6)" (1997)
Gul Dukat: A true victory is to make your enemy see they were wrong to oppose you in the first place. To force them to acknowledge your greatness.
Weyoun: Then you kill them?
Gul Dukat: ...Only if it's necessary.

Weyoun: [when the Federation is about to retake Deep Space Nine] Time to start packing!
Female Shapeshifter: Contact our forces in the Alpha Quadrant. Tell them to fall back to the Cardassian territory. It appears this war is going to take longer than expected.

Gul Dukat: War is such thirsty work. Don't you agree?
Weyoun: Perhaps if you didn't talk so much, your throat wouldn't get so dry.

Damar: The wormhole is opening.
[Only one ship emerges from the wormhole]
Damar: The Defiant!
Gul Dukat: Our reinforcements must be right behind.
[the wormhole closes]
Damar: No, sir. There's no sign of them.
Weyoun: That's... impossible! Check our listening posts in the Gamma Quadrant.
Damar: They're not they're either.
Gul Dukat: But they entered the wormhole... where are they?
Damar: I don't know!
[the station rocks]
Damar: The Defiant has opened fire on us!
Weyoun: [sardonically] Obviously!

"Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Image in the Sand (#7.1)" (1998)
Weyoun: Romulans - they're so predictably treacherous.

Damar: I'd offer you a glass, but I know how much you dislike kanar.
Weyoun: I'm beginning to think you like it too much.
Damar: I wouldn't trust a Cardassian that didn't enjoy a glass of kanar every once in a while.

Damar: You ever wonder what goes on? Inside the wormhole, I mean?
Weyoun: ...Not really.
Damar: The Prophets and the Pah-wraiths locked in some form of celestial battle. It's fascinating.
Weyoun: I'd never realized you had such a vivid imagination.
Damar: Th' a lot about me you don't know.

Weyoun: Tell me, Damar, when you're alone, do you even bother with a glass or do you just drink that swill directly from the bottle?

"Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Ties of Blood and Water (#5.19)" (1997)
[Weyoun swallows a whole glass of a drink just proven to be poisoned]
Gul Dukat: Wha...?
Weyoun: Oh my! That is quite toxic, isn't it?
Gul Dukat: Are-you-insane?
Weyoun: The Vorta are immune to most forms of poison. Comes in handy when you're a diplomat.
Captain Sisko: Especially when you're working with the Cardassians.

Captain Sisko: I saw you die.
Weyoun: That wasn't me - at least, not exactly.

Weyoun: [to Dukat, about Ghemor] He doesn't seem to like you very much. We're going to have to do something about your public image.

Gul Dukat: It takes a great man to admit he's wrong. And that's what Ghemor did. I'm speaking of his last minute change of heart - his deathbed decision to embrace the new Dominion government.
Captain Sisko: That's very moving. Except for one small problem: it never happened!
Weyoun: As you say, it's a... small problem.

"Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Strange Bedfellows (#7.19)" (1999)
Damar: You expect me to agree to territorial concessions, when I haven't even seen what they are?
Weyoun: Damar, you are missing the point. We need the Breen to win this war. When it's over, there will be more than enough territories available to compensate Cardassia for the loss of a few minor planets.
Damar: There're no minor planets in the Cardassian Union.

Weyoun: Oh, Damar - there you are...

Weyoun: The Founder - she wishes to see me. She has to be told about this.
Damar: Oh, I'm sure she'll understand. But if she doesn't, I look forward to meeting Weyoun 9.

[Weyoun's latest clone enters]
Damar: Well, hello!
[chuckles heartily]
Weyoun: I'm glad to see you find the death of my predecessor so amusing.
Damar: Oh, you misjudge me. I miss him deeply. Here, let's drink to Weyoun 7!

"Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: What You Leave Behind (#7.25)" (1999)
Weyoun: [to two Jem'Hadars guards] You two, get out there and see that no one gets through that door!
Weyoun: [to two other guards] You stay here - in case they fail.

[the Cardassians have turned against the Dominion]
Female Shapeshifter: I want the Cardassians exterminated.
Weyoun: Which ones?
Female Shapeshifter: All of them. The entire population.
Weyoun: That will take some time.
Female Shapeshifter: Then I suggest that you begin at once.

[the female shapeshifter has promised the Breen the control over Earth after the war, leaving Weyoun baffled]
Female Shapeshifter: Is something bothering you?
Weyoun: Apparently, uh, I was under the mistaken impression that all Federation territories would fall under my jurisdiction, including Earth.
Female Shapeshifter: And so they shall.
Weyoun: But... you promised the Breen...
Female Shapeshifter: I would promise the Breen the entire Alpha Quadrant, if I thought it would help win this war.

"Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Tears of the Prophets (#6.26)" (1998)
Weyoun: Pah-wraiths and Prophets. All this talk of gods strikes me as nothing more than superstitious nonsense.
Damar: You believe that the Founders are gods, don't you?
Weyoun: That's different.
Damar: [laughs] In what way?
Weyoun: The Founders *are* gods.

Weyoun: You haven't changed a bit, have you?
Gul Dukat: On the contrary, I'm a new man. I no longer have a need for conquest or power. I'm far beyond all that. I exist in a state of complete clarity - a clarity I intend to share with the universe.
Weyoun: You're right, Dukat, you have changed. You've gone from being a self-important egotist to a self-deluded madman. I hardly call that improvement.

Damar: [watching the battle turn their favor] I believe you owe me an apology.
Weyoun: I believe you're right.

"Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Favor the Bold (#6.5)" (1997)
Weyoun: If aesthetics were truly important, the Founders would have included it in our genetic makeup.
Major Kira: Or... they made a mistake.
Weyoun: Gods don't make mistakes!

Weyoun: [about the Vorta] Weak eyes, good ears.

Weyoun: I must say, you're doing a wonderful job with Odo.
Female Shapeshifter: Meaning what?
Weyoun: Meaning that he's always posed a potential threat to our plans, but you seem to have... neutralized him quite nicely.
Female Shapeshifter: Neutralize Odo? Is that why you think I'm here? Odo is a Changeling. Bringing him home, returning him to the Great Link, means more to us than the Alpha Quadrant itself.

"Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Call to Arms (#5.26)" (1997)
Damar: Sir, the station shields are holding.
Weyoun: Impossible, Federation shields have always proven useless against our weapons.
Gul Dukat: I've found it wise to never underestimate the Federation's technical skill - or Captain Sisko's resourcefulness.

Weyoun: This isn't turning out quite the way I planned.

[last lines]
Weyoun: I assume Captain Sisko removed or destroyed everything of value?
Gul Dukat: Not everything.
[he takes Sisko's baseball from the desk]
Weyoun: What is that?
Gul Dukat: A message from Sisko.
Weyoun: I don't understand.
Gul Dukat: He's letting me know... he'll be back.

"Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: In the Cards (#5.25)" (1997)
Weyoun: Captain Sisko! I can't tell you how happy I am to see you again.
Sisko: I wish I could say the same.
Weyoun: [laughs] How delightful! You feel comfortable enough around me to make jokes. I'm so pleased to see our relationship evolving beyond the stale adversarial stage.
Sisko: No, it's not. But before you twist that into a compliment, let me be blunt: I don't like the Dominion, I don't like what it stands for and I don't like you. So let's dispense with the hollow pleasantries and stick to business!

Weyoun: It is enough to know that you and I have found so many common interests. I feel that we are very much alike.
[Kai Winn grasps Weyoun's ear]
Kai Winn: [debonair] No. We are nothing alike. Nothing at all.

"Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: In the Pale Moonlight (#6.19)" (1998)
Damar (Hologram): Gul Dukat is a great man.
Weyoun (Hologram): Gul Dukat is a preening egotist and a fool.

"Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: 'Til Death Do Us Part (#7.18)" (1999)
[last lines]
Weyoun: You should be honored. You're witnessing an historic moment - the birth of the alliance between the Dominion... and the Breen. Changes everything, doesn't it?

"Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Penumbra (#7.17)" (1999)
Weyoun: Damar.
Damar: Yes?
Weyoun: What's wrong with you? You're distracted.
Damar: Am I?
Weyoun: You've been pacing back and forth all morning.
Damar: ...Just trying to stay warm.

"Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Statistical Probabilities (#6.9)" (1997)
Weyoun: Odo...!
Odo: Yes, I know. I honor you with my presence.
Weyoun: We... seem to have gotten ourselves lost.
Odo: M-hm. They're not coming.
Damar: Who's not coming?
Odo: I had a feeling you were going to say that.