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Kira's missing earringEdit
Cobra, are you sure we're talking about the same scene? I'm referring to the one, just after the opening credits, in which Kira and O'Brien are in the runabout examning the debris of the Bok'Nor. Since intially, we see her from her right side and later from the front, it can be clearly seen that she isn't wearing the earring in either the usual right ear nor on the left. I re-checked it from the Season 2 DVD and, clearly, it is NOT there -- Bakabaka 10:42, 23 January 2007 (UTC)
- Sorry, thought you were talking about a different scene. I will re-write the note to make it more clear. --OuroborosCobra talk 15:53, 23 January 2007 (UTC)
Removed the following memorable passages, per MA:QUOTE:
"I have just the thing... Vulcan Port. Three centuries old; very rare, very expensive. Shall I pour you a glass?"
"Not even a taste? It's exquisite."
"I'm not thirsty, thus I see no reason to have a drink."
"Well, it'll be right here should you develop a thirst."
- - Quark to Sakonna
"I can't help but notice my controls are not illuminated. Isn't it customary for both seats to be turned on so that I may pilot the craft in the event of an emergency?"
"If there's an emergency, I guess you're out of luck."
"Commander, I'm not going to sit here and steal your little technical secrets, I promise you."
"I appreciate your assurances, but Cardassians are famous for their photographic memories."
"Oh, so, you turn off my controls so I don't have enough light to take my photograph, is that it?"
- - Dukat and Sisko
--31dot 10:34, April 3, 2010 (UTC)
- Why were these removed? Lee Wilson 05:52, August 16, 2010 (UTC)
Per MA:QUOTE quotes should not be more than one or two lines. Removed the following passage:
"I've heard they put Cardassian children in intense mind training programs when they're four years old. Is that true?"
"The Cardassian educational system is unparalleled in the quadrant."
"If you don't mind taking the joy out of growing up."
"Education is power. Joy is vulnerability""
- - Benjamin Sisko and Gul Dukat --31dot 21:46, October 25, 2010 (UTC)