History Heartwarming / StarTrekDeepSpaceNine

8th Feb '17 4:47:58 PM StarTropes
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** 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. 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.

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** 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.scoundrel. And it's capped off by Sisko just cocking an eyebrow and rolling with it. ("Send me the bill.")



* From ''Dogs of War:''

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* From ''Dogs "Dogs of War:'' War":



* 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.

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* During ''Tacking "Tacking Into The Wind'', 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.



* ''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.

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* ''Move "Move Along Home''.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.
29th Jan '17 2:15:14 PM jerodast
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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'' 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'' 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.
8th Jan '17 12:11:05 AM Macgyver644200
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* I've always liked how in the season 7 two parter, Bashir, Miles and Quark join Worf quest so that Jadzia spirit can enter Sto-vo-kor.

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* I've always liked how in the season 7 two parter, Bashir, Miles and Quark join Worf Worf's quest so that Jadzia spirit can enter Sto-vo-kor.Sto-vo-kor.
* ''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.
3rd Jan '17 2:46:40 PM blastermax12
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* 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.

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* 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.situation.
* I've always liked how in the season 7 two parter, Bashir, Miles and Quark join Worf quest so that Jadzia spirit can enter Sto-vo-kor.
30th Dec '16 9:26:01 AM StarTropes
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** 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''.
3rd Dec '16 10:46:57 PM DGCatAniSiri
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* A nice touch production-wise is that as the Enterprise departs, the music shifts from the TNG theme to DS9's, a nice musical torch-passing moment.
27th Nov '16 2:36:01 PM ghidorah15
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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.

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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.
14th Nov '16 10:31:27 AM hullflyer
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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 ''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… 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 ''thisclose'' ''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.
7th Nov '16 5:12:44 AM Scorntex
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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.

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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.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.
4th Nov '16 5:06:52 AM AnotherGuy
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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.)
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