The Future Will Be Carpeted

The Future Will Be Carpeted (173)


“What You Leave Behind”
7.25 (aired June 2, 1999)

“To the best crew any captain ever had. This may be the last time we’re all together. But no matter what the future holds, no matter how far we travel, a part of us, a very important part, will always remain here, on Deep Space Nine.”
    -- Captain Benjamin Sisko

“The Dogs of War”
7.24 (aired May 26, 1999)

“My greed has to be a shining light to everyone, a testament to the rewards of avarice.” - Quark

“Extreme Measures”
7.23 (aired May 19, 1999)

“My death isn’t a tragedy. It’s a celebration. In death I can finally step out of the shadows and prove to my self that I existed. That I lived.”
    -- Luther Sloan

“Tacking Into the Wind”
7.22 (aired May 12, 1999)

“Great men do not seek power. They have power thrust upon them.”
    -- Kahless the Unforgettable

“When It Rains…"
7.21 (aired May 5, 1999)

“Remember your place, Dukat.”
“I thought my place was in your bed.”
    -- Winn and Dukat

“The Changing Face of Evil”
7.20 (aired April 28, 1999)

“I call upon Cardassians everywhere. Resist. Resist today. Resist tomorrow. Resist till the last Dominion soldier has been driven from our soil!”
    -- Legate Damar

“Strange Bedfellows”
7.19 (aired April 21, 1999)

“I’m a patient woman, but I have run out of patience. I will no longer serve gods who give me nothing in return. I’m ready to walk the path the Pah-wraiths have laid out for me.”
    -- Kai Winn Adami

“‘Til Death Do Us Part”
7.18 (aired April 14, 1999)

“To them I’m the Sisko, an instrument to carry out their wishes. But they forgot that I am also human, with dreams and wishes of my own. They say that marrying Kasidy is a mistake, and maybe it is. But it’s my mistake to make.”
    -- Captain Benjamin Sisko

7.17 (aired April 7, 1999)

“Accept your fate. Your greatest trial is about to begin. Don’t be afraid. All will be as it should be.”
    -- Sarah Sisko

“Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges”
7.16 (aired March 3, 1999)

“The Federation needs men like you, Doctor. Men of conscience, men of principle, men who can sleep at night. You’re also the reason Section 31 exists. Someone has to protect men like you from a universe that doesn’t share your sense of right and wrong.”
    -- Luther Sloan

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