History Heartwarming / StarTrekDeepSpaceNine

29th Jul '16 3:08:17 PM LtFedora
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* In "Crosfire," Odo, upset over losing out on romance to Kira and Worf capturing a would-be assassin, comes to his quarters and smashes the place up. Quark comes to complain about the noise but is struck by how defeated Odo looks. Quark tells Odo he's losing money in a "manhunt pool" he runs because of this attitude and that the pool is a sign of how much the station's inhabitants respect and admire Odo. Quark tells Odo has to either tell Kira how he feels or forget her and move on.

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* In "Crosfire," "Crossfire," Odo, upset over losing out on romance to Kira and Worf capturing a would-be assassin, comes to his quarters and smashes the place up. Quark comes to complain about the noise but is struck by how defeated Odo looks. Quark tells Odo he's losing money in a "manhunt pool" he runs because of this attitude and that the pool is a sign of how much the station's inhabitants respect and admire Odo. Quark tells Odo has to either tell Kira how he feels or forget her and move on.
26th Jul '16 2:57:57 PM wyattte
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* "Starship Down." The Defiant gets hit ''hard'' by the Jem'Hadar, the aftermath of which leaves Sisko bleeding on the floor with a concussion, and Kira notes that if he passes out, he'll likely go into a coma. She stays with him, talking to him to keep him awake, and slowly opens up to him: she's overcome with regret over how they always talk about work, noting how intimidating it is working with the Emissary. At the end of the episode, Kira discusses schedules in Sisko's office, and turns to leave... but not before Sisko happily invites her to a Holodeck baseball game, even giving her one of his caps. [[WhenSheSmiles You will never see a smile bigger than Kira's in your life.]]
8th Jul '16 3:06:09 PM mvdwege
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** And note that during the celebration of the "Manufactured Triumph" the Vulcan crew is drinking along with the DS9 crew. Even his own crew does not appear to agree with Solok and is willing to fraternise with the DS9 crew.
24th Jun '16 3:26:03 AM NateTheGreat
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*** Quark risks his life to free his brother from the Dominion and has a key role in the success of the entire war mostly as a side effect of freeing his brother. He was willing to bribe the Dominion everything he had, he even got Zek to offer an official bribe from the Grand Nagus.

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*** Quark risks his life to free his brother from the Dominion and has a key role in the success of the entire war mostly as a side effect of freeing his brother. He was willing to bribe the Dominion everything he had, he even got Zek to offer an official bribe from as the Grand Nagus.
17th May '16 2:53:32 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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* An odd one, but I've always thought that Dukat and Weyoun angrily insisting to each other that the Damar is not a liar and the Jem'Hadar aren't thieves after the bar fight in "Behind the Lines" was a little touching. You could say it's posturing, but to me it came across as genuinely trying to defend the honor of their men.
* The ending of "Prophet Motive" has a sweet moment when Rom reveals he skimmed off the top of Zek's charitable foundation, making back the money Quark lost during the course of the episode.
-->'''Quark (stunned):''' [[RefugeInAudacity You embezzled money from the Nagus??]]
-->'''Rom (shrugging):''' ...Surpriiise!
-->'''Quark (smiling):''' [[SoProudOfYou Father would be proud!]]

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* An odd one, but I've always thought that Dukat and Weyoun angrily insisting to each other that the Damar is not a liar and the Jem'Hadar aren't thieves after the bar fight in "Behind the Lines" was a little touching. You could say it's posturing, but to me it came across as genuinely trying to defend the honor of their men.
* The ending of "Prophet Motive" has a sweet moment when Rom reveals he skimmed off the top of Zek's charitable foundation, making back the money Quark lost during the course of the episode.
-->'''Quark (stunned):''' [[RefugeInAudacity You embezzled money from the Nagus??]]
-->'''Rom (shrugging):''' ...Surpriiise!
-->'''Quark (smiling):''' [[SoProudOfYou Father would be proud!]]
men.
6th Apr '16 8:39:18 PM MikeW
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* In "Crosfire," Odo, upset over losing out on romance to Kira and Worf capturing a would-be assassin, comes to his quarters and smashes the place up. Quark comes to complain about the noise but is struck by how defeated Odo looks. Quark tells Odo he's losing money in a "manhunt pool" he runs because of this attitude and that the pool is a sign of how much the station's inhabitants respect and admire Odo. Quark tells Odo has to either tell Kira how he feels or forget her and move on.
-->'''Quark''': Well, I've said my piece. Sorry to come down hard but I'm looking out for my business.
-->'''Odo''': Funny...For a minute there, I thought you were talking to me as a friend.
-->'''Quark''':...Nah.
** At the episode's end, Quark tells Odo he's moved by the discovery Odo is having the floor of his quarters sound-proofed. Odo scoffs and claims he's just having the floor reinforced, the sound-proofing is a coincidence and Quark pretends to accept it but clearly, they both know it's a cover.
4th Apr '16 10:39:00 PM SPBurke
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* The ending of "Prophet Motive" has a sweet moment when Rom reveals he skimmed off the top of Zek's charitable foundation, making back the money Quark lost during the course of the episode.
-->'''Quark (stunned):''' [[RefugeInAudacity You embezzled money from the Nagus??]]
-->'''Rom (shrugging):''' ...Surpriiise!
-->'''Quark (smiling):''' [[SoProudOfYou Father would be proud!]]
12th Dec '15 6:14:00 AM trumpetmarietta
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-->'''Kira''': I love him, Garak - did you really think I wouldn't notice?

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-->'''Kira''': I love him, Garak - did Garak—did you really think I wouldn't notice?
12th Dec '15 6:06:50 AM trumpetmarietta
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* The moment in "The Way of the Warrior" where Worf and O'Brien reminisce about the events surrounding "The Best of Both Worlds". It becomes a TearJerker when they start eulogizing the ''Enterprise-D'' because, in a meta sense, they are also eulogizing [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration the Next Generation]].

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* The moment in "The Way of the Warrior" where Worf and O'Brien reminisce about the events surrounding "The Best of Both Worlds". It becomes a TearJerker when they start eulogizing the ''Enterprise-D'' ''Enterprise''-D because, in a meta sense, they are also eulogizing [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration the Next Generation]].
12th Dec '15 6:04:41 AM trumpetmarietta
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* In the very first episode, there's a rather understated one between O'Brien and [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Captain Picard]]. During the episode, O'Brien transfers from the Enterprise to [=DS9=] as part of a promotion. When the time finally comes to leave, he stops by the captain's ready room on the bridge, but decides against interrupting when told that Picard is busy at the moment. But when he heads to the transporter room, Picard walks in right after after being told that O'Brien stopped by to see him.
-->'''Picard:''' This is your favourite transporter room, isn't it?
-->'''O'Brien:''' Number three, yes sir.
-->'''Picard:''' You know, yesterday I called down here and I asked for you without thinking . . . it won't be quite the same.

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* In the very first episode, there's a rather understated one between O'Brien and [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Captain Picard]]. During the episode, O'Brien transfers from the Enterprise ''Enterprise'' to [=DS9=] as part of a promotion. When the time finally comes to leave, he stops by the captain's ready room on the bridge, but decides against interrupting when told that Picard is busy at the moment. But when he heads to the transporter room, Picard walks in right after after being told that O'Brien stopped by to see him.
-->'''Picard:''' This is your favourite favorite transporter room, isn't it?
-->'''O'Brien:''' Number three, yes yes, sir.
-->'''Picard:''' You know, yesterday I called down here and I asked for you without thinking . . . thinking… it won't be quite the same.



** The pilot earns its Heartwarming stripes by the mere CharacterDevelopment TheCaptain, okay really Commander, undergoes in the space of one episode. When we first meet Sisko, he's literally consumed with rage and regret over the death of his wife, going so far as to come ''this'' close to outright insubordination to Captain Picard, such is his contempt for the man he holds responsible for his wife's death. He doesn't want to be in Starfleet and he doesn't want to be on a wrecked Cardassian station. But, a run-in with some non-corporeal aliens and Sisko rediscovers that the end of one thing is an opportunity for something different; maybe something greater...this is one of ''Franchise/StarTrek'''s founding themes. The revitalized Commander asks Picard to rescind his request for a transfer and makes it clear he's at [=DS9=] to stay. Picard simply smiles and wishes Sisko good luck before shaking hands and leaving.

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** The pilot earns its Heartwarming stripes by the mere CharacterDevelopment TheCaptain, okay really Commander, undergoes in the space of one episode. When we first meet Sisko, he's literally consumed with rage and regret over the death of his wife, going so far as to come ''this'' close ''thisclose'' to outright insubordination to Captain Picard, such is his contempt for the man he holds responsible for his wife's death. He doesn't want to be in Starfleet and he doesn't want to be on a wrecked Cardassian station. But, a run-in with some non-corporeal aliens and Sisko rediscovers that the end of one thing is an opportunity for something different; maybe something greater...greater… this is one of ''Franchise/StarTrek'''s founding themes. The revitalized Commander asks Picard to rescind his request for a transfer and makes it clear he's at [=DS9=] to stay. Picard simply smiles and wishes Sisko good luck before shaking hands and leaving.
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