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about half an hour. garak, garak, what is it? tell him to stop before they hear him. garak, the panel's open now. you can come out. we've got to get him out of there. ( softly ): garak. garak. ( grunts ) garak, you have to stop. you're making too much noise. garak! ( grunting ) the light... the light went out. i know. come on. i think you can take your break a little early.
it's a wonder that he lasted as long as he did. then one of us will have to finish reconfiguring the transmitter. and who would you suggest could do that? exactly. if garak can't contact the runabout we're not going anywhere. the last of gowron's ships have arrived. i'll have a repair crew any word from starfleet? admiral gilhouly's task force is less than four light years away. i will feel a lot better when they get here. you're not the only one. captain. yes, major. i just spoke with odo. someone overrode the security blocks on the industrial replicator on level 17. sounds like our saboteur. did they catch him? do they know what he replicated? he wiped the memory core. tell odo i want all security details
i'm sure the chancellor will be willing to assign some klingon troops to guard key facilities. klingons helping to protect deep space nine-- what an interesting concept. these are interesting times, major. captain... incoming message. it's gul dukat. in my office. dukat. .. show a little respect-- you are talking to the head of the cardassian government. i don't recognize that government. your recognition is irrelevant. well, if that's what you think then why are we having this conversation? because the fact is, captain i feel a certain obligation toward you. after all, i freely admit, you saved my life on more than one occasion. don't remind me.
and give you a chance to save your precious federation. all you have to do is convince them to follow cardassia's example. you expect us to join the dominion. i expect you to behave rationally. joining the dominion will save billions of lives and keep the federation from fading into the mists of history. by allowing it to exist under dominion rule? no, thank you. the alternative even less. dukat, if you have something to say to me, say it! then i'll make it simple. a few days ago, i swore all cardassia lost would be regained. that space station you're so fond of... was built by cardassia. funny, i thought it was built by bajoran slave labor. either surrender the station or i'll take it by force.
seven battles and seven victories. what hero of legend could have done as well? heros of legend don't ache so much. ( chuckling ): your federation friends have taught you modesty when we return to the klingon empire i will seek out keedera himself and tell him of your glorious tale. he will write a song worthy of you be sure to send me a copy. i'll do better than that. i can make sure that he mentions you. the healer that bound the warrior's wounds so he could fight again. right now, the only part of the song i wish to hear
ng every jem'hadar soldier in this compound if it does not bring us closer to our freedom? we have to come up with a new escape plan. that won't be necessary. the original one will work. i just have to finish what i startrt. after all, a verse about the cardassian who panicked in the face of danger would ruin general martok's song. that would be unfortunate. w, if you'll excuse me... my dungeon awaits. there is no greater enemy than one's own fears. it takes a brave man to face them.
what can i do for you, chief? wasn't lieutenant japar brought in here? the klingon engineer? you just missed him. the plasma burns weren't as bad as they looked. i'd better go find him. i can't t ke head nor tail of the power-relay systems on his bird-of-prey. we'll never get these klingon ships running. i have every confidence in you. that makes all the difference, then dodon't it? how are keiko and the kids? y to bajor but i'm worrrrd about molly. she's getting old enough to know when something's wrong. i think she'e'scared. it's only natural. oh, by the way, i ordered two sets ofofhose new deridium-alloy darts i told you about. they should be here next week. darts? we're facing a major interstellar war and you're thinking about darts? life must go on. besides, i have a feeling things are going to turn out for the best.
your asparagus with yamok sauce. the last of my fresh asparagus, i might add. not that i'll need to stock it anymore. somehow i get the feeling there won't be much demand fororuman food once the jem'hadar have finished with this place. aren't you being a lilile pessimistic? am i? the jem'hadar don't eat, don't drink and they don't have sex enough, the founders don't eat and don't drink and they don't'. which, between you and me makes my financial future less than promoming. it might not be so bad. for all we know the vorta could be gluttonous, alcoholic sex maniacs. i never thought of that. i wonder what their favorite food is... good news.
has entered bajoran space. i hope they know what they're in for. first they demand we come out here. then they make us wait. they're worthy fighters but they have no sense of honor. is there no jem'hadar willing to face me? fascinating. even after all he's been through the klingon still thirsts for battle. i never do. you fight because that all that motivates him is some barbaric sense of honor. and that is something you will never understand. prepare yourself. i've found you a worthy opponent. where is he? right in front of you. victory is life.
( grunts ) tain, i don't know if you can hear me. but if you can, i just want you to know you may not have been much of a father but i really wish you were alive right now. that way you could be in here instead of m me. ( growling ) jem'hadar. can we g g him out? no time. the cardassian-- where is he?
it! take him to one of the cabins in the back. i'll be with yououa. garak. you did well. so did you. bashir: take us to maximum warp we've got to get a message to the station. on screen. where are they? according to their warp signatures they should be right there. some kind of cloaking device? i didn't know the dominion had them. or the cardassians, for that matter.
bearing 1818mark 97. 244 mark 12. 302 mark 133. kira: defiant to ops. go ahead. according to our readings there are dominion ships all around us but we can't see them ororet any kind of targeting lock. we're reading the same thing. they're everywhere. what are your orders, captain? chief! i need targets! i'm trying, but i can't get anything. we may have to wait for them to open fire and then... captain, i'm picking up a priority one message from the gamma quadrant. it's dr. bashir! bashir? computer, locate dr. bashir. computer: dr. bashir is not on the station. what was his last known location? dr. bashir's last known location was runabout pad "e." sisko to defiant. go ahead. you have new orders.
at any cost. is that clear? yes, sir. commander. the yukon is headed straight for the bajoran sun. its shshlds are holding. how can that be? looks like someone's been doing some modifications to the yukon. tekasite and protomatter on board. a bomb. if it explodes inside the sun... it could trigger a supernova-- wipe out the entire fleet, the station... and bajor. we havavto use the tractor beams. we're too far away. want to bet? take us to warp. inside a solar system?!
the runabout's been destroyed. if the sun had gone nova it would have wiped out the dominion fleet, too. chief, scan for those warp signatures again. captain... they're gone, aren't they? all i'm reading is the dominion's real fleet never left cardadaian space. this was all an elaborate trap-- an attempt to destroy the station and bajor and cripple the federation and klingon fleets without ever firing a shot. tell our friends out there to stand down.
ziyal? i told you i'd be back. ( gasps ) i never doubted it. o'brien: four weeks? i've been hanging around with a changeling for r er a month? and you never even suspected it wasn't me? no! and the worst part is the clues were right in front of me. what clues? well, for one thing he was a lot easier to get along with. ( sighs ) so, i suppose this means you want your klingon opera collection back. intact.
gowron: then it's settled. in light of the new treaty and the continued dominion threat to the alpha quadrant there will be a permanent klingon military presence on this station. but i choose the commander. agreed. ( chuckles ) mr. worf thinks very highly of you, general. i think very highly of him. then i can't think of a better man for ththjob if you'll take it. i would be honored. kira: ops to sisko. sisko here. we're receiving an incoming message. it's from dukat. well, captain, i must congratulate you.
well... the death h ll would have been enormous. and your daughter would have been one e the casualties. ziyal made her choice. as far as i'm concerned, she's no longer my daughter. you know, dukaka i thought you'd changed in the last five years. i see i was wrong. one man's villain is another man's hero, captain. you should see the monument they're erecting in my honor at the gateway to the imperial plaza. you sold out your people to the dominion? for a monument?! what i did... i did to make cardassia strong again. and mark my words, captain, i succeeded. you may have escaped defeat this day but tomorrow... we will see about tomorrow.
no! make them stop! anything? nothing of relevance. his neural pathwhws are still fluctuating. paris: doc... can't you do something? look how much he's suffering. if i sedate him, we could lose any chance of making contact with the aliens. get them out! commander, can you hear me? focus on the sound of my voice. i can't understand them, but they won't stop talking! i don't know! make them stop! please! janeway to sickbay. any progress, doctor? it's not going well. our "ambassador" is still delusional. we're runnnng out of time. the graviton shear is buckling the hull. if we don't find a way out of chaotic space soon
chieiemedical officer's log, supplemental. despite my efforts chakotay's condition continues to deteriorate. chakotay: doctor! yes, commander? i'm tired. i want to sleep. it could sever your link with the aliens. aliens? the ones who live in this place. we're trapped here. they may know a way out. it's urgent that you speak with them. but i don't understand what t ty're saying. i can try to help you understand. i'm going to end up like my grandfather-- a crazy old man. no. you're not crazy. i believe the aliens are reconfiguring your neural pathways so they can communicate with you. do you remember the day
yes. you were knocked downwnremember? i was injured. i came to see you. we had an argument. that's right. try to remember more about the holodeck. i was sparring with a terrellian... and boothby was there. he used to train me when i was a cadet. keep going. what round was it? three. round three. i was avoiding my opponent. stay away from the ropes, son.
computer: end round three. that wasast so bad. it was terrible. am i missing something? he barely landed a glove on me. mm-hmm. give him time. you're not reading him. you think he's slow and stupid. i know better. in fact, i know his kind in my bones. literally. i can count the fractures, if you'd like. he's not landing any punches. blbl. you're not letting him. have i got this sport all wrong? than dishing them out. you shouldn't be dancing away from this fella. let him punch himself out a little. it all comes down to the heart. do you have the heart for this? that's the contest-- it's not against him. . that's the real fight.