Quark: Oh, I used to love reading to him. You know, 'See Brok acquire. Acquire, Brok, acquire.'
This an allusion to the preschool level books written by Zerna Sharp, which uses characters Dick and Jane to teach young readers through repetition of words and phrases. These books were popular training tools in the 1930s through 70s, but have since been replaced by new books that uses phonics as a teaching method.