Quark and Rom are in a panic when the Ferengi liquidator posts a writ of accountability on the bar's walls. It's only after a couple of bribes does Quark find out what they're charged with. They're held accountable for criminal activities of their mother Ishka. Apparently she's been wearing other and earning profits, both strictly forbidden for Ferengi women. Quark is required by law to convince her to sign a confession and reveal her accomplices. Failure will result in her being placed in servitude and Quark will have to make restitution for her crimes, a prospect he doesn't fancy. Meanwhile, Jake tells his father the freighter captain Kasidy Yates is back on the station. He really wants them both to meet and wants to arrange dinner. Sisko wants to take it more easy and do things his own way. Written by
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Kasidy mentions her brother lives and plays baseball on Cestus III, which had previously appeared in the Original Series episode "Arena". The fact that there's once again human colonists living on the planet suggest the Federation and the Gorn Hegemony finally put aside their differences in the interim between the two episodes. The baseball team he plays for is called the 'Pike City Pioneers', presumably named after the character of Christopher Pike from the original Star Trek show "The Cage". See more
When Quark and Rom are arguing about their father Quark puts his hands over his lobes. The fingers make impressions on his foam rubber skull. See more
Females are not allowed to earn profit!
Because it's the law, and without law, society would descend into chaos.
If you ask me, this society could use a little chaos.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Main Title
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