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Business as Usual

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Series : Deep Space Nine Rating : 2
Disc No : 5.5 Episode : 115
First Aired : 7 Apr 1997 Stardate : Unknown
Director : Siddig el Fadil Year : 2373
Writers : Bradley Thompson, David Weddle Season : 5
Guest Cast :
Eric Cadora as Customer
Josh Pais as Gaila
Lawrence Tierney as Regent of Palamar
Steven Berkoff as Hagath
Tim Halligan as Farrakk
YATI : Quark claims he hasn't had a single Starfleet customer all week. Yet we saw O'Brien and Bashir playing darts a couple of scenes ago.
Quote : "Perhaps he's become prematurely aware of life's existential isolation." - Bashir to O'Brien; on a possible reason for his baby crying

Plotline

Quark is deep in debt after being black balled by the Ferengi Commerce Authority. His cousin Gaila offers him lucrative business as an arms dealer - but the moral implications turn out to be deeper than Quark had realised.


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