This episode is the first one to hint at the less than amicable relationship between Dukat and Garak.
In this episode, we learn that the station was called Terok Nor while under Cardassian command. When Starfleet assumed command of it, they renamed it Deep Space Nine.
Garak: Certainly computer entries were made on a regular basis.
Bajoran woman: I wouldn't know, I wasn't a volunteer then. I was in the underground.
Garak: Really! Perhaps we have met!
Garak: Truth is in the eye of the beholder, Doctor. I never tell the truth because I don't believe there is such a thing. That is why I prefer the simple straight line simplicity of cutting cloth.
Sisko: I assume this couldn't wait until morning.
Bashir: No, sir. I need to use a runabout.
Sisko: ...I'm waiting.
Bashir: It's Garak, sir. He wants to go to Bajor.
Sisko: Bajor. For what?
Bashir: He wouldn't tell me.
Sisko: Well, by all means. Will one runabout be enough?
Garak: Really Doctor, must we play this game so often? I'm no more a spy than you are a...
Garak: I believe in coincidences. Coincidences happen every day. But I don't trust coincidences.
Cirroc Lofton (Jake Sisko) does not appear in this episode.