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: Why didn't you tell me you replaced the secondary field coils? Chief O'Brien
: Well, if you had told me what you were planning to do, I would have. Gilora
] I don't have time to explain everything. Chief O'Brien
: What - you think I won't be able to understand? Gilora
: It has been my experience that it... Chief O'Brien
: What? That Humans aren't good engineers? Gilora
: No, not Humans. Males. Chief O'Brien
: I beg your pardon? Gilora
: Men just don't seem to have a head for this sort of thing. That's why women dominate the sciences. Chief O'Brien
: Maybe on Cardassia. But on this station, this man is Chief of Operations, and I know more about these systems than anyone, including you.
: I'll try to figure out what we should do next. Chief O'Brien
: Well, I think our best bet would be to go... Gilora
: Please! Please, just give me a moment to think. Chief O'Brien
] Fine. I'll just sit here quietly. Gilora
: Huh... In that case, could you get me a cup of red leaf tea?
: [to O'Brien
] I assure you I'm... quite fertile. I could provide you with many healthy children, if-if that's your concern, but... quite frankly, I think you're getting a little ahead of yourself.
[Gilora has mistaken O'Brien's gruff behavior for sexual advances toward her
] Oh, my. I'm afraid this is a case of... cross-cultural misunderstanding. Chief O'Brien
] I think so. I'm not remotely interested in you.
[Gilora stares at him
] Chief O'Brien
: That's not what I meant. No - you are very attractive, and I'm flattered of course... Gilora
] Please, Mr. O'Brien, there's no need to continue. You've made your feelings clear.
: [before returning to Cardassia
] What's your wife's name? Chief O'Brien
: Keiko. Gilora
: A lucky woman.