Quark (1977– )
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All the Emperor's Quasi-Norms: Part 1 

Quark expects to be on a good will mission, but it turns out that he is to pick up garbage as usual. But this isn't a usual mission as Quark and his crew are quickly captured by Zorgon the ... See full summary »

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Gene / Jean (as Timothy Thomerson)
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Betty (as Tricia Barnstable)
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Quark expects to be on a good will mission, but it turns out that he is to pick up garbage as usual. But this isn't a usual mission as Quark and his crew are quickly captured by Zorgon the Malevolent, the most vicious Gorgon space pirate and half brother to the high Gorgon himself! Soon after being captured they meet Zorgon's daughter, the empress Libido, who is quickly captivated by Ficus and falls in love with him. But Zorgon is more interested in finding "It" and he thinks that Quark knows what "It" is and where "It" is located. Under pressure of having his crew crushed to death Quark reveals that "It" is located on the asteroid Rumbar; but Quark is only bluffing! To avoid Zorgon finding out about the bluff the crew decides to have Ficus make love to Libido, however, Ficus is confused and instead decides to pollinate with Libido. But luck is not with them, as Zorgon catches Ficus and Libido in the act of pollination and he decides that Quark and his crew are must to die; Ficus to ... Written by H Pylypiw

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24 March 1978 (USA)  »

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Betty: And Ficus, bring her flowers for her dress.
Ficus: Bring her flowers? Why, that would be a sin.
Betty: But Ficus, flowers are so romantic.
Ficus: To YOU they are romantic. To a Vegeton a flower is a blood brother. Why, my pinning a flower to a woman's gown would be like you strapping a lamb chop to your dress.
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