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”
Nog: This is bad, very bad.
Kira Nerys: You say that every time we take the Defiant into battle.
Nog: Impulse manifold purged and clear. – If we lose the Chin’toka system, we lose our only foothold in the Dominion territory. I think that qualifies as bad.
Kira Nerys: Oh, we haven’t lost it yet. – Initiating impulse pre-start sequence.
Nog: Microfusion generators online. – But the Breen, they seem unstoppable. First Earth, now Chin’toka?
Worf: Ensign, no one is unstoppable. – Collimate the nadion emitters.
Nog: Collimation sequence in progress.
[Bashir and O’Brien enter the bridge]
Julian Bashir: What more can I say, Miles, but ‘I’m sorry’?
Miles O’Brien: Dilithium matrix is aligned and calibrated. – Just be a bit more careful, that’s all I ask.
Kira Nerys: Opening antimatter injector ports. – Trouble in paradise?
Julian Bashir: It was nothing. – Emergency life support and damage control systems standing by.
Miles O’Brien: I wouldn’t call it nothing.
Ezri Dax: Autonomous guidance system initialized and active.
Miles O’Brien: He lost Travis.
Kira Nerys: Hm – sounds serious. – Verify astrometric database.
Julian Bashir: Miles built this Alamo model, replete with small figures. Quite spectacular, actually. – Data sets loaded and verified. – Anyway, he was showing it to me in Quark’s when we – rather I – accidentally misplaced Colonel Travis.
Nog: Phaser safeties engaged. – Can’t you make another one?
Miles O’Brien: What, so he can lose it again? – Field stabilizers online.
Kira Nerys: Well, that’s what happens when you share your toys. – Synchronizing warp plasma flow…
Miles O’Brien: It’s not a toy! It’s a model, built to scale.
Julian Bashir: He really did a fantastic job.
Miles O’Brien: Nacelles holding at pre-warp threshold.
Julian Bashir: Miles, look…
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Season 7: Episode 20 – “The Changing Face of Evil”
Ezri Dax: At first, it struck me as a little… peculiar. But after I thought it over, I began to think that this might be a good sign after all.
Quark: How can hiding in one of Julian’s adolescent programs be a good sign?
Julian Bashir: Hey…
Jake Sisko: It could be worse. He could be hiding in the Alamo program.
Leeta: Or that ridiculous secret agent program.
Julian Bashir: Hey…
Rom: Or that stupid Viking program!
Julian Bashir: HEY!
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Season 7: Episode 10 – “It’s Only a Paper Moon”
Quark: Let me tell you something about Hew-mons, Nephew. They’re a wonderful, friendly people, as long as their bellies are full and their holosuites are working. But take away their creature comforts, deprive them of food, sleep, sonic showers, put their lives in jeopardy over an extended period of time and those same friendly, intelligent, wonderful people… will become as nasty and as violent as the most bloodthirsty Klingon. You don’t believe me? Look at those faces. Look in their eyes.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Season 7: Episode 8 – “The Siege of AR-558”
O’Brien: All right. But don’t do anything I wouldn’t do.
Nog: Chief, I can’t operate under those kinds of restrictions.
Miles O’Brien: At least promise me you won’t do anything to get us court-martialed.
Nog: I’ll try.
Miles O’Brien: Nog!
Nog: Just kidding, Chief.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Season 7: Episode 6 – “Treachery, Faith, and the Great River”
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?
Benjamin Sisko: No.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Season 7: Episode 4 – “Take Me Out to the Holosuite”
Miles O’Brien: Cannon to the right of them, Cannon to the left of them, Cannon in front of them, Volley’d and thunder’d…
Julian Bashir: Storm’d at with shot and shell, Boldly they rode and well, Into the jaws of Death, Into the mouth of Hell, Rode the six hundred.
Nog: Whatever it is you two are reciting, I wish you’d stop!
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Season 6: Episode 6 – “Sacrifice of Angels”