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Lt. Commander Worf (Season 4-7)
Major/Colonel/Commander Kira Nerys
Commander/Captain Benjamin Sisko
Dr. Julian Bashir
How exactly were Quark and Rom able to get so close to the cloaking device on the Klingon Bird of Prey, much less get it off the ship? I realize that the ship was at a friendly dock, but still there is a war going on, so you'd think the Klingons would probably restrict civilian access to their engineering section, or wherever the cloaking device was usually kept?
It seems unlikely that a cloaking device designed for the Bird of Prey would be capable of cloaking a vessel the size of the Negh'var, especially since the Regent's version of that ship seems even larger then the normal variant.
In this episode, we note that when Mirror Ezri brings the message to Quark, Zek says that Quark needs to bring a cloaking device to the mirror universe because "They don't have them over here." Yet, in the third season episode "Through The Looking Glass", we see both Klingon and Cardassians starships decloaking to capture Sisko and Mirror O'Brien.
Quark: I still don't understand why you'd want to come here in the first place?
Zek: Simple, really. I came to find new financial opportunities for the Ferengi people.
Rom: In the Alternate Universe?!
Zek: It seemed like a good idea at the time...
Ezri: Quark, don't play dumb with me. You're risking your life for him - there has to be a reason.
Quark: He's the Nagus. The man my mother loves. Not to mention, the head of the Ferengi Alliance.
Ezri: In other words, he's rich.
Quark: They don't come any richer.
Ezri: I see. How much do you expect to get out of him?
Quark: Knowing the Nagus... I'd say a pat on the head and a fistful of empty promises.
Ezri: I don't understand.
Quark: There's nothing to understand. He's my Nagus. And when your Nagus gets in trouble, you're supposed to do something about it.
Quark: (thinking it over) I don't know... loyalty?
Ezri: You're kidding me, right? You're doing this out of loyalty?
Quark: Would you stop looking at me like that? You're making me feel like an idiot.
Ezri: I hope so.
Rom: Look who the Regent is!
Rom: So who's the president of the Federation? Gul Dukat?
Mirror-Leeta: Smiley asked me to debrief you.
Mirror-Ezri: Must be my lucky day.
Rom: You mean we're going home?
Mirror-Garak: No, he means you're going to die.
Rom: (to Mirror-Ezri) That settles it! I'm never helping you again.
Intendant: Or anyone else, for that matter.
Mirror-Ezri: Where do you think you're going?
Quark: With him. He needs my help.
Mirror-Ezri: You're a bartender, Quark. What are you going to do? Mix him a drink?
Rom: Don't worry, brother. I'm not thirsty.
Mirror-Bashir: Fontaine - put down those phasers!
Mirror-Vic: I'll see you in hell first!
Sisko: Something wrong, gentlemen?
Quark: It's the bulkhead.
Martok: What about it?
Quark: Rom's thinking about painting his quarters this color.
Sisko: They're already that color.
Quark: (to Rom) I told you!
Rom: No wonder I like it. It's a very soothing shade of gray.
Rom: I told you cloaking the cloaking device was a good idea.
Quark: Brilliant. But couldn't you have done something about it's weight?
Rom: Uh... nope. But if it makes you feel any better, the cloaking device on the Defiant is a lot heavier.
Quark: Tell that to my hernia.
(while Mirror-Ezri holds a knife against his throat)
Quark: Don't tell me this is some new kind of therapy? Am I suppose to start talking about my childhood or something?
Mirror-Ezri: I hope not.
Quark: Good, because I'd rather talk about us. Dax - you're the most fascinating woman I've ever met. I love you. There - I said it!
Mirror-Ezri: My name's not Dax.
Quark: Oh, I get it. Your clothes... the knife... this aggressive attitude... it's all role-playing. Call me Shmun.
Quark: And I'll call you T'lana - you know, from Vulcan Love Slave: Volume Three.
Mirror-Ezri: You're a very confused man, aren't you?
Mirror-Ezri: It's the smart move.
Quark: (referring to himself and Rom) Do we look smart to you?
This episode reveals several new things about the Mirror Universe:
1) Mirror-Ezri was never joined with the Dax-symbiont and it is hinted she is either lesbian or bi-sexual.
2) Mirror-Vic is a human, not a hologram.
3) Mirror-Jadzia has also died.
Final episode of Deep Space Nine that takes place in the Mirror Universe.
Cirroc Lofton (Jake Sisko) does not appear in this episode.
The Emperor's New Clothes
The title comes from the story written by Hans Christian Andersen, The Emperor's New Clothes.
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