Quote of the Day

Benjamin Sisko: This may be the last time we’re all together. But no matter what the future holds, no matter how far we travel, a part of us – a very important part – will always remain here, on Deep Space Nine.

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Season 7: Episode 25 – “What You Leave Behind”

Quote of the Day

Nog: I lost the Breen ship we were after.

Benjamin Sisko: I wouldn’t worry about it. There are plenty more to choose from.

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Season 7: Episode 25 – “What You Leave Behind”

Quote of the Day

Benjamin Sisko: Ensign, I believe you know the way to Cardassia.

Nog: If I get lost, I’ll just follow the ship in front of us.

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Season 7: Episode 25 – “What You Leave Behind”

Quote of the Day

Miles O’Brien: I’m going with you.

Julian Bashir: What?

Miles O’Brien: You heard me. And it’s not open to debate. If you’re determined to go on this lunatic mission inside Sloan’s head, then somebody with an ounce of sanity has to be with you!

Julian Bashir: You just wanna come because you don’t want Captain Sisko to find out what we’re doing.

Miles O’Brien: Well, there’s that too.

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Season 7: Episode 23 – “Extreme Measures”

Quote of the Day

Benjamin Sisko: Ah, that must be Quark with the necklace.

Kasidy Yates: The necklace?

Benjamin Sisko: Just in case the flowers didn’t work.

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Season 7: Episode 20 – “The Changing Face of Evil”

Quote of the Day

Benjamin Sisko: You want to know? You really want to know what my problem is? I’ll tell you: Las Vegas, 1962. That’s my problem. In 1962, black people weren’t very welcome there! Oh, sure, they could be performers or janitors, but customers? Never!

Kasidy Yates: Maybe that’s the way it was in the real Vegas, but that’s not the way it is at Vic’s. I have never felt uncomfortable there, and neither has Jake.

Benjamin Sisko: But don’t you see?! That’s the lie! In 1962, the Civil Rights Movement was still in its infancy! It wasn’t an easy time for our people, and I’m not going to pretend that it was!

Kasidy Yates: Baby… I know that Vic’s isn’t a totally accurate representation of the way things were, but… it isn’t meant to be. It shows us the way things could have been – the way they should have been.

Benjamin Sisko: We cannot ignore the truth about the past.

Kasidy Yates: Going to Vic’s isn’t going to make us forget who we are or where we came from. What it does is reminds us that we are no longer bound by any limitations – except the ones we impose on ourselves.

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Season 7: Episode 15 – “Badda-Bing, Badda-Bang”

Quote of the Day

Ezri Dax: I haven’t talked to my mother in almost six months.

Benjamin Sisko: Oh.

Ezri Dax: Last time I saw her was just after I was joined. She came to visit me on Trill and… I was still a little confused. When she walked into my room, I put on a big smile, looked her right in the eye and said “Hi mom, it’s me – Curzon!” Things kinda went downhill from there.

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Season 7: Episode 11 – “Prodigal Daughter”

Quote of the Day

Benjamin Sisko: Hey, Jake that was a hell of a game! A hell of a game!

Jake Sisko: I gave up ten runs.

Benjamin Sisko: They’re Vulcans. If they were humans you’d have held them to just two or three.

Jake Sisko:When you put it that way.

Benjamin Sisko: Yes. Now, pardon me. I owe you an apology.

Rom: No. Unless you really want to.

Benjamin Sisko: I’m sorry.

Rom: Apology accepted.

Benjamin Sisko: If you have some time one day, maybe you can teach me how to bunt.

Rom: Sure… What’s a bunt?

Nog: That’s my dad.

Solok: I fail to see why you are celebrating. The Ferengi’s bunt was an accident. And you still lost the game.

Benjamin Sisko: You are absolutely right. And I couldn’t be happier. Quark, a round of drinks for the house on my tab.

Quark: I’m way ahead of you, Captain.

Solok: You are attempting to manufacture a triumph where none exists.

Kasidy Yates: I’d say he succeeded.

Julian Bashir: To manufactured triumphs.

Benjamin Sisko: Manufactured triumph. Hear, hear!

Niners: Hear, hear!

Solok: This is a typical human reaction, based on emotionalism and illogic.

Benjamin Sisko: Did I hear irritation in that voice?

Solok: Certainly not.

Julian Bashir: That sounded positively defensive to me.

Miles O’Brien: With a hint of anger.

Quark: And just a touch of jealousy.

Kasidy Yates: And a lot of bitterness.

Ezri Dax: Are you always this emotional?

Solok:I refuse to engage in this human game of taunting.

Ezri Dax: Human? Did I forget to wear my spots today?

Quark: All that intelligence and he still doesn’t know what a human looks like.

Kira Nerys: Captain. Here’s something else for your desk.

(She throws him a baseball signed by the team.)

Benjamin Sisko: Well, will you look at that. Would you like to sign it?

(Solok leaves.)

Benjamin Sisko: No.

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Season 7: Episode 4 – “Take Me Out to the Holosuite”

Quote of the Day

Worf: WHAT?! What are you talking about?! That ball was at least half a meter out! How could you call it a strike?! REVERSE THE CALL, REVERSE THE CALL!

Benjamin Sisko: Are you blind?! That was low and outside!

Worf: The ball was clearly outside!

Benjamin Sisko: What the hell were you looking at?! You can’t tell me that ball was over the plate! What were you doing, REGENERATING?!

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Season 7: Episode 4 – “Take Me Out to the Holosuite”