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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Episode cast overview:
Jake Sisko (credit only)
Larell (as Bridget Ann White)


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

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Quark reveals that 'latinum' is a liquid, which is why it is 'pressed' inside of gold. See more »


Quark: I wonder who came up with the idea of suspending liquid latinum inside worthless bits of gold.
Lt. Commander Jadzia Dax: Probably someone who got tired of making change with an eyedropper.
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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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Some surprising facts about Morn
10 August 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

As this episode opens we learn that Morn has been replaced at the bar by a hologram as the real Morn is away on business. This is all very amusing till it is learn that he was killed in an ion storm. As the crew mourn his death they share anecdotes about all the fun times they had with him and the great stories he told. When the will is opened Quark is happy to hear that it has all been left to him; sadly all he appears to have left were debts, rotting cargo and a large bath full of mud. The last item does have something of interest in it though; a naked woman who claims to be Morns ex-wife who just happens to know he'd won big on a lottery. Unfortunately she doesn't know where the thousand bricks of gold-pressed latinum is located. As Quark tries to find it it becomes clear that the ex-wife isn't the only person after it; a couple of brothers claim that Morn was in debt to them to the tune of one thousand bricks and finally a 'security officer' who claims that Morn was in fact a prince and the money must be returned to the royal family. Of course none of them has been telling the truth; they stole the money along with Morn ten years previously then he kept it all.

This episode got off to a great start, is has long been a joke of the series that Morn is a jovial character despite the fact that we never hear him say a word. Bridget White was fun and rather sexy as the 'ex-wife' Larell who even when she wasn't naked in a mud bath didn't wear too much. Gregory Itzin was also good as the 'security officer retrieving the royal family's money'. With everybody lying about their claim on the money is was impossible to tell which if any of them was telling the truth keeping the episode interesting right to the end. It was a relief to find that Morn wasn't quite as dead as we thought and nice to see Quark get some reward for once.

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