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"Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" Destiny (TV Episode 1995) Poster

(TV Series)

(1995)

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Lieutenant Jadzia Dax: As the 34th Rule of Acquisition states, "Peace is good for business".

Quark: That's the 35th Rule.

Lieutenant Jadzia Dax: Oh, you're right. What's the 34th?

Quark: "War is good for business". It's easy to get them confused.

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Vedek Yarka: There are signs that Trakor's Forth Prophecy will soon come to pass as well.

Commander Sisko: Don't tell me that has something to do with me.

Vedek Yarka: You, Commander? Well, it is a prophecy about the Emissary.

Commander Sisko: Tell me about it.

Vedek Yarka: Trakor's Forth Prophecy says that the Emissary will face a fiery trial, and he'll be forced to choose...

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Gilora: 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: [sighs] 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.

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Gilora: 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: [irritated] Fine. I'll just sit here quietly.

Gilora: Huh... In that case, could you get me a cup of red leaf tea?

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Gilora: [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.

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[Gilora has mistaken O'Brien's gruff behavior for sexual advances toward her]

Gilora: [embarrassed] Oh, my. I'm afraid this is a case of... cross-cultural misunderstanding.

Chief O'Brien: [relieved] 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: [sourly] Please, Mr. O'Brien, there's no need to continue. You've made your feelings clear.

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Quark: The way I see it, it won't be long before there's a permanent Cardassian presence on the station - scientists, diplomats... spies!

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Major Kira: I'll work with anyone who's interested in peace.

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Vedek Yarka: [citing Trakor's Third Prophecy] "When the River wakes, stirred once more to Janir's side, three Vipers will return to their nest in the Sky -... - When the Vipers try to peer through the Temple Gates, a Sword of Stars will appear in the Heavens. The Temple will burn, and the Gates will be cast open."

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Commander Sisko: [about Ulani and Gilora] Now, those are about the two friendliest vipers I have ever met.

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Vedek Yarka: [referring to the Prophets] If you turn your back on them now, you're abandoning your faith; and without your faith, Nerys... what do you have left?

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Major Kira: It's hard to work for someone who's a religious icon.

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Commander Sisko: [of the prophecy] But that all hinges on how you interpret an ancient text that's been translated and re-translated over the centuries. Words that were couched in metaphor to begin with. I'm sorry, Major; but where you see a sword of stars, I see a comet. Where you see vipers, I see three scientists. And where you see the Emissary, I see a Starfleet officer.

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Odo: [on Sisko's role as Emissary] It's just an observation, of course; but it's always seemed to me that you've never been comfortable with it.

Commander Sisko: [pondering this] I can't deny that, I... Are you suggesting that I'm dismissing this prophecy too easily because I don't want to be the Emissary?

Odo: I'm not suggesting anything. But it's been my experience that all humanoids have an agenda of some sort, and that their agendas can influence them without their even realizing it.

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Lieutenant Jadzia Dax: Let me ask you something. If you'd never heard Trakor's prophecy, what would you do?

Commander Sisko: I'd continue working on the communications relay.

Lieutenant Jadzia Dax: Then it seems to me you have a choice. You can either make your own decisions, or you can let these prophecies make them for you.

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Gilora: [before returning to Cardassia] What's your wife's name?

Chief O'Brien: Keiko.

Gilora: A lucky woman.

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Quark: Rumor has it that the shop next door to mine is going out of business. I'm thinking of renting it and setting up a few Cardassian gaming concessions.

Odo: There'll be no live vole fights on the Promenade, Quark.

Quark: I would never be party to anything so cruel and inhumane! But... of course, if some Cardassians happen to bring their voles along, and they happen to get into a fight, I could hardly be held responsible!

Odo: Oh, yes, you could!

Commander Sisko: And you will be.

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