"This man declined a Nobel Peace Prize. He said peace wasn't an achievement, it was a responsibility. See, it's stuff like
this that gives me trust issues."
"Craig Mitchell worked for me for eight years. He passed a full security check and lie detector test every year. Didn't leave so much as a scrap of paper to explain any of it.
Eight years. Five as my personal bodyguard. I found this and three other bloody Christmas presents I bought him about the house."
"My lord, if he is alive, I can get close to him. I'm one of his men. He would never suspect me."
"A mole is a deep-penetration agent so called because they burrow deep into the fabric of Western Imperialism. Moles are very precious to the centre because of the years to place them, often fifteen or twenty." Jedao:
Release them and their crew, and this can end with minimal bloodshed. [The priest starts to laugh]
Feel free to share. Priest: You're too late
. You're too late by thirteen years
. Jedao: [Beat]
They've been a double agent since they were a cadet?
"Turns out this little mouse is actually a rat!" "Be so kind as to drop your guns. You and this nest of rebels are now prisoners of the Federation. Your friend Blake said he "couldn't tell anymore" who was Federation and who wasn't. He was right." "He worked under me for a year and a half. I saw him almost every day. Read his reports. Had him to dinner. I even took him to a baseball game in the holosuite once. And I never saw it. It's my job to be a good judge of character, and what did I do? Not only did I not see it, I put him up for a promotion!" Knox:
Nothing would make me happier than to be the White Knight in this situation and to have her look at me the way that... [sighs]
I mean, I don't just care about Fred; I practically worship
it. Gunn: [quizzically]
You said "it." Knox:
Not "her", you said, "I worship it.
" Knox: Oops.
"I've been having terrible trouble with a mole. He keeps on passing confidential information to other gardeners."
— Hugh Dennis
during "Lines You Wouldn't Hear on a Gardening Program", Mock the Week
We will join these people's heroes
We will follow where they go
We will learn their little secrets
We will know the things they know.
"What does 'B.B.' stand for anyway? 'Backstabbing Bastard'?" "I never really was on your side."
"There's nobility in standing up to a stronger opponent, but you may be able to save some lives by pretending to be his friend, too."
I'll tell you why Eddington has managed to slip invisibly into the background so well. It's because he is exactly the sort of character that you would find on TNG
, a Starfleet yes man who does exactly what he's told. He's seen sabotaging the Defiant
in "The Die is Cast
" because a superior officer told him to, and he sucks up to Sisko at every opportunity like all good Starfleet officers. He's almost as plain as Harry Kim which on Voyager is acceptable but on DS9
means that there is something very wrong underneath all that obedience and duty.
"THE HUMAN RACE IS FUCKED NAO!"