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The House of Quark

Review

Series : Deep Space Nine Rating : 3
Disc No : 3.1 Episode : 48
First Aired : 10 Oct 1994 Stardate : Unknown
Director : Les Landau Year : 2371
Writers : Tom Benko Season : 3
Guest Cast :
Carlos Carrasco as D'Ghor
John Lendale Bennett as Kozak
Joseph Ruskin as Tumek
Mary Kay Adams as Grilka
Max Grodenchik as Rom
Robert O'Reilly as Gowron
Rosalind Chao as Keiko O'Brien
Moral :
Consequences : Your actions can have the wildest of consequences.

Plotline

When Quark accidentally kills a drunken Klingon, he finds himself kidnapped and forced into marriage with Grilka. Soon he's embroiled in politics at the highest levels of the Empire's government.
Copyright Graham Kennedy Page views : 4,470 Last updated : 9 Oct 2003