Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Season 6, Episode 12

Who Mourns for Morn? (4 Feb. 1998)

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A former patron of Quark's bequeaths everything to him.



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Jake Sisko (credit only)
Larell (as Bridget Ann White)


A former patron of Quark's bequeaths everything to him.

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4 February 1998 (USA)  »

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This takes place in 2374. See more »


1000 Bricks of Latinum split five ways us 200 bricks each, not 250. See more »


Quark: [to Larell, when Krit and Nahsk bypass Quark's door lock] Remind me to invest in a better lock.
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Spoofs Star Trek: Who Mourns for Adonais? (1967) See more »


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Written by Dennis McCarthy
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The other side of Morn.
19 January 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

"Who Mourns for Morn?" is another comedic episode of "Star Trek: Deep Space 9" that is about the Ferengi. In this case, it's specifically about Quark and his friend, Morn. When the show begins, you learn that the ever-present Morn has died. The reaction of the folks around the station is quite funny and how everyone talks about him is a great contrast to what you've always seen on the show--a large, hulking and ever-quiet alien. Here, however, you learn a lot more about the guy...after he's died.

One of the odd things about Morn is that he decided to leave his estate to Quark. At first Quark is thrilled--but soon he learns that Morn has left nothing...or next to nothing. I bit later, however, the show becomes a lot like an old film noir piece, as various scum begin showing up and demand a portion of Morn's vast treasure--100 bars of latinum. But where is this latium? And, are these folks ready to kill Quark to get it? What gives?!

This is a cute episode--especially the ending. What I really appreciated, though, is that the show made so many references to how much everyone loved him and how he was such a great talker--all from a character who never said a single word on the show. Worth seeing.

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