History Heartwarming / StarTrekDeepSpaceNine

14th Sep '17 7:05:06 AM NateTheGreat
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* In "Chrysalis" Sarina can't quite speak naturally yet, so her friends the other genetically-enhanced patients sing with her. They're all having a great time, and Julian stands to the side smiling.

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* In "Chrysalis" Sarina can't quite speak naturally yet, so her friends the other genetically-enhanced patients [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rRmWSrAzmIc sing with her.her]]. They're all having a great time, and Julian stands to the side smiling.
9th Sep '17 10:16:54 AM SlackerSpice
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* At the start of the episode, Garak mentions to Bashir that he managed to get Delavian chocolates, and promises to bring some to the infirmary later. When Garak is about to set off to rescue Tain, Bashir gives him the chocolates, figuring that he'll need them more.
1st Sep '17 4:15:42 AM HalcyonDayz
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* Keiko wants to open a school for children aboard DS9 so they can stay out of trouble. She brightens up considerably when Sisko, a father himself, agrees to provide whatever she needs to make it happen.

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* Keiko wants to open a school for children aboard DS9 [=DS9=] so they can stay out of trouble. She brightens up considerably when Sisko, a father himself, agrees to provide whatever she needs to make it happen.
27th Aug '17 3:32:04 PM MikeW
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* When Odo is accused of murder, several customers at the bar talk of how little they know of him and how he's the only person left from the Cadassian rule. Quark quickly speaks up in Odo's defense.
-->'''Quark''': Nobody knows him like I do. He's an ill-tempered, overbearing, cross-patch. But he was no Cardassian collaborator, and he's no killer.
-->'''Zayra''': I can't believe you're defending him, Quark. You're his worst enemy.
-->'''Quark''': Guess that's the closest thing he has in this world to a friend.
17th Aug '17 12:59:38 PM LtFedora
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* Sisko describing his love for Bajor and his desire to build a house there once the war is over.
10th Aug '17 11:32:58 PM LtFedora
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* The ''Defiant'' crew helping the colonists in their harvest. In particular, Worf brings his descendants to help. Having spent their whole lives in a martial lifestyle, the Sons of Mogh ask Worf to help them find an honorable death.
-->'''Brota:''' You said there was an enemy for us to fight.
-->'''Worf:''' They are attempting to plant their fields before the sun sets. Time is their enemy. We should help them defeat it.
20th Jul '17 7:55:09 AM harlbior
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* Worf helps Quark court Lady Grilka, showing him step by step how to declare his intentions, how to roleplay the most romantic moment in klingon history in the holosuite, and helping Quark fight a duel against his bodyguard. It's clear that Worf has put a lot of thought into courting Grilka, and wishes that Grilka would give him another chance, but he shares his knowledge with Quark knowing that Grilka would be more happy with him than with Worf. And [[spoiler: Dax takes notice and initiates a relationship with him because of it.]]

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* Worf helps Quark court Lady Grilka, showing him step by step how to declare his intentions, how to roleplay the most romantic moment in klingon history in the holosuite, and helping Quark fight a duel against his Grilka's bodyguard. It's clear that Worf has put a lot of thought into courting Grilka, and wishes that Grilka would give him another chance, but he shares his knowledge with Quark knowing that Grilka would be more happy with him than with Worf. And [[spoiler: Dax takes notice and initiates a relationship with him because of it.]]
10th Jul '17 4:24:15 AM harlbior
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[[folder:Season 1]]

!!The Emissary



!!A Man Alone
* Keiko wants to open a school for children aboard DS9 so they can stay out of trouble. She brightens up considerably when Sisko, a father himself, agrees to provide whatever she needs to make it happen.

!!Babel

!!Captive Pursuits

!!Q-Less

!!Dax

!!The Passenger

!!Move Along Home
* "Move Along Home". This one's unorthodox, but I find it sweet how Sisko joins in the Allamaraine skipping chant as if he were a little kid playing. Bear in mind, he has a son, so that's something he might be tapping, especially since the two had recently had a discussion about how Jake was getting older.
** The same episode had a heartwarming moment with Quark. He is playing a game with the aliens of the week where several members of the station's crew are used as playing pieces (which he did not know when he started). At one point he is told he has to sacrifice one of the pieces for the rest to move on. After agonizing over this decision for a time, Quark cannot bring himself to do this and throws himself at his opponent's feet, begging for them all to survive.

!!The Nagus
* Sisko discovering that Jake is teaching Nog how to read in "The Nagus."

!!Vortex
!!Battle Lines
!!The Storyteller
!!Progress
!!If Wishes Were Horses
!!The Forsaken
* Lwaxana [[ThePowerOfTrust holding Odo in the folds of her skirt]] as he regenerated.
!!Dramatis Personae
!!Duet
* "Duet". What could have ended up being a rather {{Anvilicious}} anti-racism episode managed to be one of the most moving and beautiful episodes in ''Franchise/StarTrek'' history, complete with a TearJerker ending.
** It's also the point when Kira [[CharacterDevelopment begins to move away]] from her "[[FantasticRacism all Cardassians are evil]]" mindset.
-->'''[[spoiler:Aamin Marritza]]''': My trial will force Cardassia to acknowledge its guilt, and we're guilty, all of us! My death is necessary!\\
'''Kira''': What you're asking for is another murder. Enough good people have already died. I won't help kill another.

!!In The Hands Of The Prophets



* During "The Siege", while an extremist Bajoran military force is bearing down on Deep Space Nine, the Starfleet crew is trying to evacuate everyone as fast as they can, and his uncle Quark is gleefully plotting how best to screw the evacuees out of their money...Nog discovers that he and Jake are on different runabouts, going to different systems, and when Jake mourns having to lose his home again, along with his friend, Nog takes the time to unabashedly reassure Jake that [[IWillFindYou they will see each other again,]] because there's never been a greater friendship than theirs between Human and Ferengi. It's both heartwarming, and one of the first notes of foreshadowing that Nog is at his best when he's not trying to be a "proper" Ferengi. (Though it briefly turns [[FunnyMoments funny]] when Nog can't pronounce "coup d'état".)

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[[folder:Season 2]]
!!The Homecoming
!!The Circle
!!The Siege
* During "The Siege", while an extremist Bajoran military force is bearing down on Deep Space Nine, the Starfleet crew is trying to evacuate everyone as fast as they can, and his uncle Quark is gleefully plotting how best to screw the evacuees out of their money...Nog discovers that he and Jake are on different runabouts, going to different systems, and when Jake mourns having to lose his home again, along with his friend, Nog takes the time to unabashedly reassure Jake that [[IWillFindYou they will see each other again,]] because there's never been a greater friendship than theirs between Human and Ferengi. It's both heartwarming, and one of the first notes of foreshadowing that Nog is at his best when he's not trying to be a "proper" Ferengi. (Though it briefly turns [[FunnyMoments funny]] when Nog can't pronounce "coup d'état".)



!!Invasive Procedures
!!Cardassians
!!Melora
!!Rules of Acquisition
!!Necessary Evil
!!Second Sight
!!Sanctuary
* For all of Quark's constant griping about his family and how they cause him nothing but trouble, in the episode "Sanctuary," he leaps immediately to Nog's defense when he is jumped by a handful of Skrreean teens.

!!Rivals



** Then there was when Keiko and Molly returned from a year-long botanical survey on Bajor. Miles, used to spending his time with Julian (to compensate for Keiko and Molly being absent) doing things such as re-enacting the Battle of Britain, finds the transition surprisingly difficult and even goes so far to try to teach Molly how to play darts - something he always did with Julian. As much as it pains him, he is determined to spend time with his family and be a good husband and father. Keiko, understanding his pain, concocts a little story about how depressed Julian has been lately and perhaps Miles should go spend time with him to "cheer him up"... and then concocts the very same story to Julian about Miles over the comm. As Miles himself states: he's a lucky man.

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** Then there was when Keiko !!The Alternate
!!Armageddon Game
!!Whispers
!!Paradise
!!Shadowplay
!!Playing God
!!Profit
and Molly returned from a year-long botanical survey on Bajor. Miles, used to spending his time with Julian (to compensate for Keiko and Molly being absent) doing things such as re-enacting the Battle of Britain, finds the transition surprisingly difficult and even goes so far to try to teach Molly how to play darts - something he always did with Julian. As much as it pains him, he is determined to spend time with his family and be a good husband and father. Keiko, understanding his pain, concocts a little story about how depressed Julian has been lately and perhaps Miles should go spend time with him to "cheer him up"... and then concocts the very same story to Julian about Miles over the comm. As Miles himself states: he's a lucky man.Loss
!!Blood Oath



!!The Maquis Parts 1 & 2
!!The Wire
* Garak and Bashir in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xjFL_bMco_Q "The Wire"]], when Garak asks Bashir to forgive him, which he does while holding his hand.

!!Crossover
!!The Collaborator
!!Tribunal
!!The Jem'Hadar
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[[folder:Season 3]]
!!The Search
!!House of Quark
!!Equilibrium
!!Second Skin
!!The Abandoned
* In "The Abandoned" Sisko is so busy cooing over the infant Jem'hadar he's not really listening to what Dax and Bashir are talking about. They smile at each other over seeing this new side to their commander.

!![[Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS03E07CivilDefense Civil Defense]]
!!Meridian
!!Defiant
!!Fascination
!!Past Tense, parts 1 & 2
!!Life Support
!!Heart of Stone



!!Destiny
!!Prophet Motive



!!Visionary
!!Distant Voices
!!Through The Looking Glass
!!Improbable Cause
!!The Die Is Cast




!!Explorers



!!Family Business
!!Shakaar
!!Facets
!! The Adversary



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[[folder:Season 4]]
!!The Way Of The Warrior




!!The Visitor



* "The Visitor" is made of this and TearJerker in equal portions.

!!Hippocratic Oath
!!Indiscretion
* The fourth season episode "Indiscretion" also has [[PetTheDog one of these]] for [[BigBad Dukat]] and his half-Bajoran daughter Ziyal. While he originally wanted to kill her to save his career, the episode ends with father and daughter embracing each other in a big, big hug. Especially heartwarming considering he actually gave up his career and social status by letting her live and openly acknowledging her as his daughter.

!!Rejoined




!!Starship Down




!!Little Green Men
!!The Sword of Kahless
!![[Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS04E10OurManBashir Our Man Bashir]]
!!Homefront
!!Paradise Lost
!!Crossfire
* In "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.
-->'''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.

!!Return To Grace
!!Sons Of Mogh
!!Bar Association
* Rom quits his job as a waiter at Quarks' and joins the station engineering team. He gives Quark a great justification for leaving, one that has nothing to do with years of being exploited:
-->'''Rom:''' Think about it, from my point of view: if I keep working for you, all I have to look forward to is waiting for you to die, so I can inherit the bar. (bashfully) Well, I don't want you to die.

!!Accession
** Then there was when Keiko and Molly returned from a year-long botanical survey on Bajor. Miles, used to spending his time with Julian (to compensate for Keiko and Molly being absent) doing things such as re-enacting the Battle of Britain, finds the transition surprisingly difficult and even goes so far to try to teach Molly how to play darts - something he always did with Julian. As much as it pains him, he is determined to spend time with his family and be a good husband and father. Keiko, understanding his pain, concocts a little story about how depressed Julian has been lately and perhaps Miles should go spend time with him to "cheer him up"... and then concocts the very same story to Julian about Miles over the comm. As Miles himself states: he's a lucky man.
!!Rules Of Engagement
!!Hard Time
!!Shattered Mirror
!!The Muse
* Odo marries Lwaxana (granted, it's just to allow Lwaxana to keep a child she's carrying, but still, that he's willing to go so far to help her is heartwarming in and of itself). At one point he has to convince the father of the child of his love for her, and when hollow platitudes aren't enough, he opens himself up in a way he rarely does:
-->'''Odo:''' Before I met her, my world was... a much smaller place. I kept to myself, I didn't need anyone else, and I took pride in that. The truth is, I was ashamed of what I was, afraid that if people saw how truly different I was, they would recoil from me. Lwaxana saw how different I was... and she didn't recoil. She wanted to see more. For the first time in my life, someone wanted me as I was. And that changed me forever. The day I met her is the day I stopped being alone. And I want her to be part of my life from this day on.


!!For The Cause
!!To The Death
!!The Quickening
* In "The Quickening" when Bashir seems to have utterly failed... but thanks to his antigen, a Teplan baby is born without the deadly blight, ensuring future generations will be safe.
** Highlighted by the reaction of the local doctor - the situation with the blight was so hopeless that he'd been reduced to being little more than [[MercyKill a euthanasia provider]] weeps as he holds the baby and thanks Bashir for giving his people hope.

!!Body Parts
* At the end of "Body Parts", Quark [[spoiler:sits in the empty space that used to be his bar, all his possessions and business assets having been confiscated]]. Rom comes in to console him, and after a little bit... cue practically every non-Ferengi on the station coming up with contrived, mock-cynical, Quark-esque excuses to [[spoiler:[[FriendshipMoment set up the bar exactly as it was]]]].
-->'''Rom''': Look at them, brother. And you thought you had no assets.
-->'''Quark''': Sisko, Dax, Bashir, Morn? They're my assets?
-->'''Rom''': To name a few.
** Personally, the scene that got me was Quark telling Sisko (who was essentially giving him free furniture to "Store" while someplace on the station was "Being fixed") that there was a small storage fee for keeping the stuff there. ("A minimum storage fee. Practically nothing.") I don't know why, but something about it just said that even after the emotional roller coaster that Quark went through, he's capable of getting back to who he is- a greedy, lovable scoundrel. And it's capped off by Sisko just cocking an eyebrow and rolling with it. ("Send me the bill.")
** The B-plot from the same episode, in which Kira allowed Bashir to transplant Keiko's unborn baby into her womb when Keiko is injured in a Runabout accident. The O'Briens welcome Kira into their extended family and invite her to stay with them for the duration of her pregnancy. Especially sweet when Molly calls her "Aunt Nerys".

!!Broken Link
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[[folder:Season 5]]
!![[Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS05E01ApocalypseRising Apocalypse Rising]]
!!The Ship
!![[Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS05E03LookingForParMachInAllTheWrongPlaces Looking For par'Mach In All The Wrong Places]]
* Worf helps Quark court Lady Grilka, showing him step by step how to declare his intentions, how to roleplay the most romantic moment in klingon history in the holosuite, and helping Quark fight a duel against his bodyguard. It's clear that Worf has put a lot of thought into courting Grilka, and wishes that Grilka would give him another chance, but he shares his knowledge with Quark knowing that Grilka would be more happy with him than with Worf. And [[spoiler: Dax takes notice and initiates a relationship with him because of it.]]
!![[Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS05E04NorTheBattleToTheStrong .. Nor the Battle To The Strong]]
!!The Assignment




!!Trials And Tribbleations
!!Let He Who Is Without Sin...
!!Things Past
!!The Ascent
!!The Rapture
* Kasidy Yates's return to the station. She's been in jail for about a year for smuggling food and medical supplies to the Maquis, and Sisko was the one who had to arrest her. When she comes back? It's like she never left and they never bring it up again. It's not a lack of continuity, it's that to Sisko, this is the woman he loves, and he doesn't care - she's done her time, and they can continue with their lives together.

!!The Darkness And The Light
!!The Begotten




!!For The Uniform
!!In Purgatory's Shadow / By Inferno's Light
* Garak and [[spoiler:his father]] Enabran Tain in the Dominion prison camp in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gV9t9Db4nkE "In Purgatory's Shadow"]].
** Even more so, the fact that when Tain asked Garak if they were alone, Garak lied about the fact that Bashir was in the room, allowing him to stay and not only witness him reveal the biggest secret of his life but share in one of his most emotional and vulnerable moments. It's easy to miss this powerful unspoken statement of how much Garak trusts Bashir.

!!Doctor Bashir, I Presume
* The subplot where Rom is trying to tell Leeta that he loves her. It's obvious that Leeta reciprocates but he's too nervous to say anything, and Leeta is frustrated because he's not saying anything, so she decides to leave with Dr. Zimmerman. But right when they're about to depart...
-->'''Zimmerman:''' Do you hear that? \\
'''Leeta:''' What is that? \\
'''Zimmerman:''' It's getting closer.\\
'''Rom:''' Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit! (catches his breath) Wait. \\
'''Zimmerman:''' We heard you the first time. \\
'''Rom:''' Leeta! [[PunctuatedForEmphasis Don't. Go.]] \\
'''Leeta:''' (frustrated) Why not? \\
'''Rom:''' Because! (quietly) I love you, and I want you to stay. \\
'''Leeta:''' I love you too, Rom!

!!A Simple Investigation
!!Business As Usual
* Quark telling Sisko that can live with the fact that [[spoiler: the Regent of Palomar is dead because Quark set him up with a meeting with his arch-enemy]], and that he can think of 28 million people who can live with that too -- [[spoiler: the people that the Regent was planning to kill]]. Sisko corrects him by saying, "Twenty-eight million and ''one''."
** When Sisko shows Quark the repair costs from [[spoiler: the firefight between the Palomarian Freedom Brigade and the Regent of Palomar]], He balks and asks Sisko if he can pay with an installment plan. Sisko's response? "Works for me!"
* Jadzia Dax rejected Quark's friendship because was selling weapons. When he finally redeems himself? The two of them are best friends again, laughing and playing Tongo with each other as if nothing ever happened.

!!Ties Of Blood And Water




!!Ferengi Love Songs
* The romance between Quark's mother and [[spoiler: The Grand Nagus Zek]] may seem like a CrackPairing, but the affection they display towards each other sells it.

!!Soldiers Of The Empire
* The end of "Soldiers of the Empire", in which Martok invites Worf to join his house.

!!Children Of Time
!!Blaze Of Glory
!!Empok Nor
!!In The Cards




!!Call To Arms
* In "A Call to Arms" Sisko's speech to the remaining people on the station promising to return before he beams over to the Defiant.
** From the same episode, just before the battle, Quark asks Rom why he hasn't evacuated with Leeta (his new wife), to which he says that he needs to look out for his brother. Quark responds by calling him an idiot--and kissing him on the head. They may argue a lot, but they're ''brothers''.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Season 6]]
!!A Time To Stand
!!Rocks And Shoals
!!Sons And Daughters
!!Behind The Lines




!!Favor The Bold
!!Sacrifice of Angels




!!You Are Cordially Invited



* Dax meeting the Siskos in "Shadows and Symbols." Ezri is dealing with being an unprepared host for the symbiote and all the [[MindHive issues]] that go with the joining, Ben is trying to come to terms with Jadzia's death, his failure as the Emissary, and some EldritchAbomination-provided hallucinations. But at the end of the day, they're still Sisko and Dax, and just being together again clearly helps both of them cope.
* While it may sound surprising, the episode "Take Me Out to the Holosuite" is probably one of the series biggest CMOH's. Watching Deep Space 9's senior staff pulling together all throughout the episode was very pleasant to watch. From everyone standing by Rom's side when Sisko kicked him off the team. Watching ''[[SourSupporter Quark]]'' of all people putting his heart and soul into the training, ''and'' the team. But the best part would have to be when Sisko gets Rom back in the game [[spoiler: and Rom manages to score]].
** And both the "manufactured triumph!" bit and the team giving Sisko a baseball signed by all of them. Aww.
* Virtually any moment with Odo and Kira after they get together is a heartwarmer, but if you want to know what real love means, watch this exchange from "Tacking into the Wind":
-->'''Garak''': I am afraid he's been hiding the true extent of his illness from you for some time now.
-->'''Kira''': I know.
-->'''Garak''': You do?
-->'''Kira''': I love him, Garak—did you really think I wouldn't notice?
-->'''Garak''': Then why the pretense?
-->'''Kira''': Because I also know he doesn't want me to find out about it. If he wants to put up a brave front and protect me from the truth, then fine. If that gives him one last shred of dignity to hold onto, then I'll go on ignoring what's happening to him until the very end.
** Before all that, Garak notices the difficulty that Odo is having maintaining forms and is genuinely worried about him. When Odo cuts him off with a brusque, "If I don't want pity from the woman I love, what makes you think I want it from you?" Garak simply nods and walks away, leaving Odo with his dignity.
** Any part of this story arc ("When It Rains", "Tacking Into the Wind", and "Extreme Measures) is chock-full of these, mostly due to the awesomeness that Kira and Odo bring to any scene. Special mentions go to the beginning scene of "Tacking Into the Wind" with Odo and Garak, the above-quoted scene, the end of this episode where Kira is so focused on Odo when he collapses that she seems to barely notice that she is being held at gunpoint, and the opening scene of "Extreme Measures".
** Also, when Odo and Kira finally hook up. It's almost like a [[CrowningMomentofFunny CMOF]] meets [[CrowningMomentofAwesome CMOA]] meets [[CrowningMomentofHeartwarming CMOH]]. Watch it [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjwj4nL7Qg8 here]]
* Lwaxana [[ThePowerOfTrust holding Odo in the folds of her skirt]] as he regenerated.
** This gets a CallBack in another heartwarming moment. Odo marries Lwaxana in a later episode (granted, it's just to allow Lwaxana to keep a child she's carrying, but still, that he's willing to go so far to help her is heartwarming in and of itself). At one point he has to convince the father of the child of his love for her, and when hollow platitudes aren't enough, he opens himself up in a way he rarely does:
-->'''Odo:''' Before I met her, my world was... a much smaller place. I kept to myself, I didn't need anyone else, and I took pride in that. The truth is, I was ashamed of what I was, afraid that if people saw how truly different I was, they would recoil from me. Lwaxana saw how different I was... and she didn't recoil. She wanted to see more. For the first time in my life, someone wanted me as I was. And that changed me forever. The day I met her is the day I stopped being alone. And I want her to be part of my life from this day on.
* "Duet". What could have ended up being a rather {{Anvilicious}} anti-racism episode managed to be one of the most moving and beautiful episodes in ''Franchise/StarTrek'' history, complete with a TearJerker ending.
** It's also the point when Kira [[CharacterDevelopment begins to move away]] from her "[[FantasticRacism all Cardassians are evil]]" mindset.
-->'''[[spoiler:Aamin Marritza]]''': My trial will force Cardassia to acknowledge its guilt, and we're guilty, all of us! My death is necessary!\\
'''Kira''': What you're asking for is another murder. Enough good people have already died. I won't help kill another.
* "The Visitor" is made of this and TearJerker in equal portions.
* Sisko discovering that Jake is teaching Nog how to read in "The Nagus."

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!!Resurrection
!!Statistical Improbabilities
!!The Magnificent Ferengi
* Dax meeting the Siskos in "Shadows and Symbols." Ezri is dealing with being an unprepared host for the symbiote and all the [[MindHive issues]] that go with the joining, Ben is trying to come to terms with Jadzia's death, his failure as the Emissary, and some EldritchAbomination-provided hallucinations. But at the end of the day, they're still Sisko and Dax, and just being together again clearly helps both of them cope.
* While
This exchange:
-->'''Rom:''' So, Brother, how does
it may sound surprising, the episode "Take Me Out to the Holosuite" is probably one of the series biggest CMOH's. Watching Deep Space 9's senior staff pulling together all throughout the episode was very pleasant to watch. From everyone standing by Rom's side when Sisko kicked him off the team. Watching ''[[SourSupporter Quark]]'' of all people putting his heart and soul into the training, ''and'' the team. But the best part would have feel to be when Sisko gets Rom back in the game [[spoiler: and Rom manages to score]].
** And both the "manufactured triumph!" bit and the team giving Sisko
a baseball signed by all of them. Aww.
* Virtually any moment with Odo and Kira after they get together is a heartwarmer, but if you want to know what real love means, watch this exchange from "Tacking into the Wind":
-->'''Garak''': I am afraid he's been hiding the true extent of his illness from you for some time now.
-->'''Kira''': I know.
-->'''Garak''':
[[BigDamnHeroes hero?]] \\
'''Quark:'''
You do?
-->'''Kira''': I love him, Garak—did you really think I wouldn't notice?
-->'''Garak''': Then why the pretense?
-->'''Kira''': Because I also know he doesn't want me to find out about it. If he wants to put up a brave front and protect me from the truth, then fine. If that gives him one last shred of dignity to hold onto, then I'll go on ignoring what's happening to him until the very end.
** Before all that, Garak notices the difficulty that Odo is having maintaining forms and is genuinely worried about him. When Odo cuts him off with a brusque, "If I don't want pity from the woman I love, what makes you think I want
tell me. \\
'''Rom:''' It feels... [[GoodFeelsGood good?]] \\
'''Quark:''' (laughing) You ''bet
it from you?" Garak simply nods and walks away, leaving Odo with his dignity.
** Any part of this story arc ("When It Rains", "Tacking Into the Wind", and "Extreme Measures) is chock-full of these, mostly due to the awesomeness that Kira and Odo bring to any scene. Special mentions go to the beginning scene of "Tacking Into the Wind" with Odo and Garak, the above-quoted scene, the end of this episode where Kira is so focused on Odo when he collapses that she seems to barely notice that she is being held at gunpoint, and the opening scene of "Extreme Measures".
** Also, when Odo and Kira finally hook up. It's almost like a [[CrowningMomentofFunny CMOF]] meets [[CrowningMomentofAwesome CMOA]] meets [[CrowningMomentofHeartwarming CMOH]]. Watch it [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjwj4nL7Qg8 here]]
* Lwaxana [[ThePowerOfTrust holding Odo in the folds of her skirt]] as he regenerated.
** This gets a CallBack in another heartwarming moment. Odo marries Lwaxana in a later episode (granted, it's just to allow Lwaxana to keep a child she's carrying, but still, that he's willing to go so far to help her is heartwarming in and of itself). At one point he has to convince the father of the child of his love for her, and when hollow platitudes aren't enough, he opens himself up in a way he rarely does:
-->'''Odo:''' Before I met her, my world was... a much smaller place. I kept to myself, I didn't need anyone else, and I took pride in that.
does.''
!!Waltz
!!Who Mourns For Morn?
!!Far Beyond
The truth is, I was ashamed of what I was, afraid that if people saw how truly different I was, they would recoil from me. Lwaxana saw how different I was... and she didn't recoil. She wanted to see more. For the first time in my life, someone wanted me as I was. And that changed me forever. The day I met her is the day I stopped being alone. And I want her to be part of my life from this day on.
* "Duet". What could have ended up being a rather {{Anvilicious}} anti-racism episode managed to be one of the most moving and beautiful episodes in ''Franchise/StarTrek'' history, complete with a TearJerker ending.
** It's also the point when Kira [[CharacterDevelopment begins to move away]] from her "[[FantasticRacism all Cardassians are evil]]" mindset.
-->'''[[spoiler:Aamin Marritza]]''': My trial will force Cardassia to acknowledge its guilt, and we're guilty, all of us! My death is necessary!\\
'''Kira''': What you're asking for is another murder. Enough good people have already died. I won't help kill another.
* "The Visitor" is made of this and TearJerker in equal portions.
* Sisko discovering that Jake is teaching Nog how to read in "The Nagus."
Stars
!!One Little Ship
!!Honor Among Thieves
!![[Recap/StarTrekDeepSpaceNineS06E16ChangeOfHeart Change Of Heart]]



* Garak and [[spoiler:his father]] Enabran Tain in the Dominion prison camp in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gV9t9Db4nkE "In Purgatory's Shadow"]].
** Even more so, the fact that when Tain asked Garak if they were alone, Garak lied about the fact that Bashir was in the room, allowing him to stay and not only witness him reveal the biggest secret of his life but share in one of his most emotional and vulnerable moments. It's easy to miss this powerful unspoken statement of how much Garak trusts Bashir.
* Garak and Bashir in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xjFL_bMco_Q "The Wire"]], when Garak asks Bashir to forgive him, which he does while holding his hand.
* In "The Quickening" when Bashir seems to have utterly failed... but thanks to his antigen, a Teplan baby is born without the deadly blight, ensuring future generations will be safe.
** Highlighted by the reaction of the local doctor - the situation with the blight was so hopeless that he'd been reduced to being little more than [[MercyKill a euthanasia provider]] weeps as he holds the baby and thanks Bashir for giving his people hope.
* In "A Call to Arms" Sisko's speech to the remaining people on the station promising to return before he beams over to the Defiant.
** From the same episode, just before the battle, Quark asks Rom why he hasn't evacuated with Leeta (his new wife), to which he says that he needs to look out for his brother. Quark responds by calling him an idiot--and kissing him on the head. They may argue a lot, but they're ''brothers''.
* At the end of "Body Parts", Quark [[spoiler:sits in the empty space that used to be his bar, all his possessions and business assets having been confiscated]]. Rom comes in to console him, and after a little bit... cue practically every non-Ferengi on the station coming up with contrived, mock-cynical, Quark-esque excuses to [[spoiler:[[FriendshipMoment set up the bar exactly as it was]]]].
-->'''Rom''': Look at them, brother. And you thought you had no assets.
-->'''Quark''': Sisko, Dax, Bashir, Morn? They're my assets?
-->'''Rom''': To name a few.
** Personally, the scene that got me was Quark telling Sisko (who was essentially giving him free furniture to "Store" while someplace on the station was "Being fixed") that there was a small storage fee for keeping the stuff there. ("A minimum storage fee. Practically nothing.") I don't know why, but something about it just said that even after the emotional roller coaster that Quark went through, he's capable of getting back to who he is- a greedy, lovable scoundrel. And it's capped off by Sisko just cocking an eyebrow and rolling with it. ("Send me the bill.")
** The B-plot from the same episode, in which Kira allowed Bashir to transplant Keiko's unborn baby into her womb when Keiko is injured in a Runabout accident. The O'Briens welcome Kira into their extended family and invite her to stay with them for the duration of her pregnancy. Especially sweet when Molly calls her "Aunt Nerys".
* In "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.
-->'''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.
* From "Dogs of War":
--> '''Quark''' Rom, I want to buy back the bar.
-->'''Rom:''' That's all right, brother, I'll give it to you.
--> '''Quark:''' I suppose you're going to let me keep the five thousand bars of latinum too.
--> '''Rom:''' You're my brother.
--> '''Quark:''' And you're an idiot.
--> *Rom looks sad*
--> '''Quark''' But I love you.
--> [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming *Rom smiles*]]
** Pretty much any time Quark shows affection for Rom counts. He may be a JerkAss, but family's family.
*** "Never let family stand in the way of opportunity." Rule of Acquisition #6
*** 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 as the Grand Nagus.
* The end of "Soldiers of the Empire", in which Martok invites Worf to join his house.
* The fourth season episode "Indiscretion" also has [[PetTheDog one of these]] for [[BigBad Dukat]] and his half-Bajoran daughter Ziyal. While he originally wanted to kill her to save his career, the episode ends with father and daughter embracing each other in a big, big hug. Especially heartwarming considering he actually gave up his career and social status by letting her live and openly acknowledging her as his daughter.

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!!Wrongs Darker Than Death Or Night
!!Inquisition
!!In The Pale Moonlight
!!His Way
* Garak When Odo and [[spoiler:his father]] Enabran Tain in the Dominion prison camp in Kira finally hook up. It's almost like a [[CrowningMomentofFunny CMOF]] meets [[CrowningMomentofAwesome CMOA]] meets [[CrowningMomentofHeartwarming CMOH]]. Watch it [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gV9t9Db4nkE "In Purgatory's Shadow"]].
** Even more so,
com/watch?v=tjwj4nL7Qg8 here]]

!!The Reckoning
!!Valiant
!!Profit And Lace
!!Time's Orphan
!!The Sound Of Her Voice
!!Tears Of The Prophets
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Season 7]]
!!Image In The Sand
* In
the fact season 7 two parter, Bashir, Miles and Quark join Worf's quest so that when Tain asked Garak if they were alone, Garak lied about the fact Jadzia's spirit can enter Sto-vo-kor - showing that Bashir was in Worf's not the room, allowing him to stay and not only witness him reveal the biggest secret of his one who deeply valued Jadzia and is willing to risk their life but share to give her a worthy sendoff.

!!Shadows And Symbols
* Dax meeting the Siskos
in one of his most emotional "Shadows and vulnerable moments. It's easy to miss this powerful unspoken statement of how much Garak trusts Bashir.
* Garak
Symbols." Ezri is dealing with being an unprepared host for the symbiote and Bashir in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xjFL_bMco_Q "The Wire"]], when Garak asks Bashir to forgive him, which he does while holding his hand.
* In "The Quickening" when Bashir seems to have utterly failed... but thanks to his antigen, a Teplan baby is born without
all the deadly blight, ensuring future generations will be safe.
** Highlighted by the reaction of the local doctor - the situation
[[MindHive issues]] that go with the blight was so hopeless that he'd been reduced joining, Ben is trying to being little more than [[MercyKill a euthanasia provider]] weeps as he holds the baby and thanks Bashir for giving his people hope.
* In "A Call
come to Arms" Sisko's speech to the remaining people on the station promising to return before he beams over to the Defiant.
** From the same episode, just before the battle, Quark asks Rom why he hasn't evacuated
terms with Leeta (his new wife), to which he says that he needs to look out for Jadzia's death, his brother. Quark responds by calling him an idiot--and kissing him on failure as the head. They may argue a lot, but Emissary, and some EldritchAbomination-provided hallucinations. But at the end of the day, they're ''brothers''.
* At the end of "Body Parts", Quark [[spoiler:sits in the empty space that used to be his bar, all his possessions and business assets having been confiscated]]. Rom comes in to console him, and after a little bit... cue practically every non-Ferengi on the station coming up with contrived, mock-cynical, Quark-esque excuses to [[spoiler:[[FriendshipMoment set up the bar exactly as it was]]]].
-->'''Rom''': Look at them, brother. And you thought you had no assets.
-->'''Quark''': Sisko, Dax, Bashir, Morn? They're my assets?
-->'''Rom''': To name a few.
** Personally, the scene that got me was Quark telling
still Sisko (who was essentially giving him free furniture to "Store" while someplace on the station was "Being fixed") that there was a small storage fee for keeping the stuff there. ("A minimum storage fee. Practically nothing.") I don't know why, but something about it and Dax, and just said that even after the emotional roller coaster that Quark went through, he's capable being together again clearly helps both of getting back to who he is- a greedy, lovable scoundrel. And it's capped off by Sisko just cocking an eyebrow and rolling with it. ("Send me the bill.")
** The B-plot from the same episode, in which Kira allowed Bashir to transplant Keiko's unborn baby into her womb when Keiko is injured in a Runabout accident. The O'Briens welcome Kira into their extended family and invite her to stay with
them for the duration of her pregnancy. Especially sweet when Molly calls her "Aunt Nerys".
* In "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.
-->'''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.
* From "Dogs of War":
--> '''Quark''' Rom, I want to buy back the bar.
-->'''Rom:''' That's all right, brother, I'll give it to you.
--> '''Quark:''' I suppose you're going to let me keep the five thousand bars of latinum too.
--> '''Rom:''' You're my brother.
--> '''Quark:''' And you're an idiot.
--> *Rom looks sad*
--> '''Quark''' But I love you.
--> [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming *Rom smiles*]]
** Pretty much any time Quark shows affection for Rom counts. He may be a JerkAss, but family's family.
*** "Never let family stand in the way of opportunity." Rule of Acquisition #6
*** 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 as the Grand Nagus.
*
cope.

!!Afterimage
!!Take Me Out To
The end of "Soldiers of the Empire", in which Martok invites Worf to join his house.
Holosuite
* The fourth season episode "Indiscretion" also has [[PetTheDog one of these]] for [[BigBad Dukat]] and his half-Bajoran daughter Ziyal. While he originally wanted to kill her to save his career, it may sound surprising, the episode ends with father "Take Me Out to the Holosuite" is probably one of the series biggest CMOH's. Watching Deep Space 9's senior staff pulling together all throughout the episode was very pleasant to watch. From everyone standing by Rom's side when Sisko kicked him off the team. Watching ''[[SourSupporter Quark]]'' of all people putting his heart and daughter embracing each other soul into the training, ''and'' the team. But the best part would have to be when Sisko gets Rom back in a big, big hug. Especially heartwarming considering he actually gave up his career the game [[spoiler: and social status by letting her live Rom manages to score]].
** And both the "manufactured triumph!" bit
and openly acknowledging her as his daughter.the team giving Sisko a baseball signed by all of them. Aww.




!!Chrysalis
* In "Chrysalis" Sarina can't quite speak naturally yet, so her friends the other genetically-enhanced patients sing with her. They're all having a great time, and Julian stands to the side smiling.

!!Treachery, Faith And The Great River
!!Once More Unto The Breach
!!The Siege Of AR-558
!!Covenant
!!It's Only A Paper Moon
!!Prodigal Daughter
!!The Emperor's New Cloak
!!Field Of Fire
!!Chimera
!!Badda-Bing, Badda-Bang
!!Inter Arma Enim Silem Leges
!!Penumbra
!!Till Death Do Us Part
!!Strange Bedfellows
!!The Changing Face Of Evil
!!When It Rains...
!!Tacking Into The Wind
* Virtually any moment with Odo and Kira after they get together is a heartwarmer, but if you want to know what real love means, watch this exchange from "Tacking into the Wind":
-->'''Garak''': I am afraid he's been hiding the true extent of his illness from you for some time now.
-->'''Kira''': I know.
-->'''Garak''': You do?
-->'''Kira''': I love him, Garakódid you really think I wouldn't notice?
-->'''Garak''': Then why the pretense?
-->'''Kira''': Because I also know he doesn't want me to find out about it. If he wants to put up a brave front and protect me from the truth, then fine. If that gives him one last shred of dignity to hold onto, then I'll go on ignoring what's happening to him until the very end.
** Before all that, Garak notices the difficulty that Odo is having maintaining forms and is genuinely worried about him. When Odo cuts him off with a brusque, "If I don't want pity from the woman I love, what makes you think I want it from you?" Garak simply nods and walks away, leaving Odo with his dignity.
** Any part of this story arc ("When It Rains", "Tacking Into the Wind", and "Extreme Measures) is chock-full of these, mostly due to the awesomeness that Kira and Odo bring to any scene. Special mentions go to the beginning scene of "Tacking Into the Wind" with Odo and Garak, the above-quoted scene, the end of this episode where Kira is so focused on Odo when he collapses that she seems to barely notice that she is being held at gunpoint, and the opening scene of "Extreme Measures".
* During "Tacking Into The Wind", Worf tells Ezri that he and Martok had a talk, and they decided that they both considered her to still be a member of the House of Martok. He also values her opinion enough to ask her about the Gowron situation.

!!Extreme Measures
!!The Dogs Of War
* From "Dogs of War":
--> '''Quark''' Rom, I want to buy back the bar.
-->'''Rom:''' That's all right, brother, I'll give it to you.
--> '''Quark:''' I suppose you're going to let me keep the five thousand bars of latinum too.
--> '''Rom:''' You're my brother.
--> '''Quark:''' And you're an idiot.
--> *Rom looks sad*
--> '''Quark''' But I love you.
--> [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming *Rom smiles*]]
** Pretty much any time Quark shows affection for Rom counts. He may be a JerkAss, but family's family.
*** "Never let family stand in the way of opportunity." Rule of Acquisition #6
*** 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 as the Grand Nagus.

!!What You Leave Behind
* The Founder is adamant over a BolivianArmyEnding to force Cardassia and the Federation a severe PyrrhicVictory - until Odo melds with her. Note the expression on her face after it's done, as if a quadrillion tons are taken off her, and her joy that Odo will return to the Link. She stated earlier that that was her number one goal, and everything... ''everything'' was subsidiary. She wasn't exaggerating, even to the point of accepting a possible capital punishment. (Fridge Heartwarming is that she - and the Link - will know of his love for Kira.)



* The Founder is adamant over a BolivianArmyEnding to force Cardassia and the Federation a severe PyrrhicVictory - until Odo melds with her. Note the expression on her face after it's done, as if a quadrillion tons are taken off her, and her joy that Odo will return to the Link. She stated earlier that that was her number one goal, and everything... ''everything'' was subsidiary. She wasn't exaggerating, even to the point of accepting a possible capital punishment. (Fridge Heartwarming is that she - and the Link - will know of his love for Kira.)

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* The Founder is adamant over a BolivianArmyEnding to force Cardassia and the Federation a severe PyrrhicVictory - until Odo melds with her. Note the expression on her face after it's done, as if a quadrillion tons are taken off her, and her joy that Odo will return to the Link. She stated earlier that that was her number one goal, and everything... ''everything'' was subsidiary. She wasn't exaggerating, even to the point of accepting a possible capital punishment. (Fridge Heartwarming is that she - and the Link - will know of his love for Kira.)
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Unsorted]]



* Kasidy Yates's return to the station. She's been in jail for about a year for smuggling food and medical supplies to the Maquis, and Sisko was the one who had to arrest her. When she comes back? It's like she never left and they never bring it up again. It's not a lack of continuity, it's that to Sisko, this is the woman he loves, and he doesn't care - she's done her time, and they can continue with their lives together.
* During "Tacking Into The Wind", Worf tells Ezri that he and Martok had a talk, and they decided that they both considered her to still be a member of the House of Martok. He also values her opinion enough to ask her about the Gowron situation.
* In the season 7 two parter, Bashir, Miles and Quark join Worf's quest so that Jadzia's spirit can enter Sto-vo-kor - showing that Worf's not the only one who deeply valued Jadzia and is willing to risk their life to give her a worthy sendoff.
* "Move Along Home". This one's unorthodox, but I find it sweet how Sisko joins in the Allamaraine skipping chant as if he were a little kid playing. Bear in mind, he has a son, so that's something he might be tapping, especially since the two had recently had a discussion about how Jake was getting older.
** The same episode had a heartwarming moment with Quark. He is playing a game with the aliens of the week where several members of the station's crew are used as playing pieces (which he did not know when he started). At one point he is told he has to sacrifice one of the pieces for the rest to move on. After agonizing over this decision for a time, Quark cannot bring himself to do this and throws himself at his opponent's feet, begging for them all to survive.
* For all of Quark's constant griping about his family and how they cause him nothing but trouble, in the episode "Sanctuary," he leaps immediately to Nog's defense when he is jumped by a handful of Skrreean teens.
* In "The Abandoned" Sisko is so busy cooing over the infant Jem'hadar he's not really listening to what Dax and Bashir are talking about. They smile at each other over seeing this new side to their commander.
* In "Chrysalis" Sarina can't quite speak naturally yet, so her friends the other genetically-enhanced patients sing with her. They're all having a great time, and Julian stands to the side smiling.

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* Kasidy Yates's return to the station. She's been in jail for about a year for smuggling food and medical supplies to the Maquis, and Sisko was the one who had to arrest her. When she comes back? It's like she never left and they never bring it up again. It's not a lack of continuity, it's that to Sisko, this is the woman he loves, and he doesn't care - she's done her time, and they can continue with their lives together.
* During "Tacking Into The Wind", Worf tells Ezri that he and Martok had a talk, and they decided that they both considered her to still be a member of the House of Martok. He also values her opinion enough to ask her about the Gowron situation.
* In the season 7 two parter, Bashir, Miles and Quark join Worf's quest so that Jadzia's spirit can enter Sto-vo-kor - showing that Worf's not the only one who deeply valued Jadzia and is willing to risk their life to give her a worthy sendoff.
* "Move Along Home". This one's unorthodox, but I find it sweet how Sisko joins in the Allamaraine skipping chant as if he were a little kid playing. Bear in mind, he has a son, so that's something he might be tapping, especially since the two had recently had a discussion about how Jake was getting older.
** The same episode had a heartwarming moment with Quark. He is playing a game with the aliens of the week where several members of the station's crew are used as playing pieces (which he did not know when he started). At one point he is told he has to sacrifice one of the pieces for the rest to move on. After agonizing over this decision for a time, Quark cannot bring himself to do this and throws himself at his opponent's feet, begging for them all to survive.
* For all of Quark's constant griping about his family and how they cause him nothing but trouble, in the episode "Sanctuary," he leaps immediately to Nog's defense when he is jumped by a handful of Skrreean teens.
* In "The Abandoned" Sisko is so busy cooing over the infant Jem'hadar he's not really listening to what Dax and Bashir are talking about. They smile at each other over seeing this new side to their commander.
* In "Chrysalis" Sarina can't quite speak naturally yet, so her friends the other genetically-enhanced patients sing with her. They're all having a great time, and Julian stands to the side smiling.

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* In "The Abandoned" Sisko is so busy cooing over the infant Jem'hadar he's not really listening to what Dax and Bashir are talking about. They smile at each other over seeing this new side to their commander.commander.
* In "Chrysalis" Serena can't quite speak naturally yet, so her friends the other genetically-enhanced patients sing with her. They're all having a great time, and Julian stands to the side smiling.
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