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Removed quote Edit
Removed this, not sure what's memorable about it.
"The pants are about a meter too long."
- - Quark, to Garak--31dot 21:17, 21 May 2009 (UTC)
- It shows how Quark was exaggerating to express his displeasure with Garak's work...– – The preceding unsigned comment was added by 126.96.36.199 (talk).
Use of Cloak Edit
Shouldn't it be mentioned somewhere that they are once again (the last time was in "The Way of the Warrior" episode) using the cloaking device in violation of their agreement with the Romulan gouvernment?– The preceding unsigned comment was added by 188.8.131.52 (talk).
Ziyal recasting Edit
At Tora Ziyal#Behind the scenes, there's a bit of info on the casting of Melanie Smith as the third actress to play Ziyal, but there's nothing about why Tracy Middendorf replaced Cyia Batten in this episode. Does anyone know why the role was initially recast? —Josiah Rowe 22:09, August 12, 2010 (UTC)
Disrupter or Phaser? Edit
In the episode summery Garak's hand weapon is called a Disrupter, however in other entries Cardassian hand weapons are called Phasers. In "Return to Grace" Kira uses the term Cardassian Phaser Rifle. In the entry for "Second Skin" both Entek and Garak are said to have Phasers. There should be a consensus (its probable the weapon is the same one Garak used to kill Entek) but is the Cardassian hand held weapon a Phaser of Disrupter? Lt.Lovett (talk) 10:55, July 16, 2014 (UTC)