"War is good for business" is the 34th Rule of Acquisition, but Quark is not noticing it at all. His bar is almost empty now people are leaving the station in droves in fear of the Dominion. Only a drunk Klingon, Kozak, is left and he refuses to pay. He assaults Quark and dies while accidentally falling on his knife. When Quark sees curious crowds outside the bar, he gets a great idea. He decides to tell everyone he killed the Klingon in a great fight to increase business. Odo warns him this might be dangerous, but arrogantly Quark refuses to listen. First he gets a visit by Zadok's brother D'Ghor seeking confirmation he died an honorable death, then he has to confess the truth to widow Grilka. She kidnaps him and forces him to marry her to save the House of Kozak. Meanwhile, Keiko has to close the school because all the Bajoran children left. Chief O'Brien tries everything to cheer her up. Written by
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Did You Know?
Joseph Ruskin has played the roles of Galt in TOS "The Gamesters of Triskelion", Tumek in DS9 "The House of Quark" & "Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places", Cardassian Informant in DS9: "Improbable Cause", a Son'a officer in Star Trek Insurrection, a Vulcan master in Voyager "Gravity" and a Suliban doctor in Enterprise "Broken Bow". See more
Gowron's robe disappears after he announces Quark and Grilka's wedding is official. See more
[D'Ghor has cornered Quark to interrogate him about his "brother"'s death
I wish you had been there. You would have been proud of your brother. He fought a brave and valiant battle right up to the end. It was an honor to kill him.
I'm sure it was. Remember that when you tell your customers about the death of Kozak.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Main Title
Written by Dennis McCarthy
Performed by Dennis McCarthy See more