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š229ćš312ćMorn, if you're not too busy
š313ćš349ćI'd appreciate itđif you did something
š350ćš404ćabout that shipmentđof Livanian beets
š405ćš462ćyou have sitting in Cargo Bay 3.
š463ćš523ćIt's been theređfor over two weeks.
š524ćš560ćIt's starting to rot.
š627ćš652ćMorn!
š694ćš748ćIt's a hologram.
š749ćš824ćMorn's been away on businessđfor the last two weeks.
š825ćš874ćYou're slipping, Odo.
š875ćš921ćYou should've caught onđa lot sooner.
š921ćš988ćYou replaced Mornđwith a hologram?
š989ćš1012ćWhy?
š1013ćš1036ćEvening.
š1037ćš1060ćHello, Morn.
š1061ćš1084ćThat's why.
š1085ćš1108ćPeople love him.
š1110ćš1154ćHe's like a mascot.
š1155ćš1207ćEveryone who comes in heređexpects to see him
š1208ćš1274ćand if they don't, it doesn'tđfeel like home to them.
š1275ćš1323ćAnd that's not goodđfor business.
š1324ćš1376ćThe last time he went away
š1377ćš1458ćmy sales droppedđalmost five percent.
š1459ćš1488ćOh.
š1489ćš1552ćWhy doesn't it talk?
š1553ćš1576ćDo you have any idea
š1577ćš1671ćhow much an interactiveđholo-projector costs?
š1673ćš1802ćBesides, it's a relief notđto have to listen to him go on.
š1805ćš1844ćYou know Morn--
š1845ćš1892ćhe never shuts up.
š1893ćš1942ćI'd trade thisđfor the real thing any day.
š1943ćš2010ćI'm sure Mornđwould be very touched
š2011ćš2048ćto hear you say that.
š2049ćš2104ćMorn!
š2105ćš2154ćNo, it's just a hologram.
š2155ćš2201ćYou look like you saw a ghost.
š2201ćš2230ćTurn it off.
š2231ćš2260ćWhy?
š2261ćš2286ćWe just got word.
š2287ćš2351ćMorn's cargo shipđwas caught in an ion storm.
š2352ćš2378ćIs he all right?
š2379ćš2403ćWas he rescued?
š2436ćš2467ćHe's dead.
š2443ćš2466ćDid you bring anything?
š2467ćš2490ćHmm?
š2491ćš2514ćTo the memorial service?
š2515ćš2546ćI didn't know I was supposed to.
š2547ćš2572ćWell, it's a Lurian custom
š2573ćš2616ćto bring gifts of foodđand drink for the deceased
š2617ćš2667ćso they have something tođsustain them in the afterlife.
š2668ćš2721ćOh. Well, maybe I can getđsomething in Quark's.
š2722ćš2775ćI hate to think of theđbig fella going without.
š2776ćš2838ćMorn was an excellentđsparring partner.
š2839ćš2906ćI will miss our weeklyđcombat in the holosuites.
š2907ćš2950ćI can't believeđhe's really gone.
š2951ćš3008ćI did not realize heđwas such a close friend.
š3009ćš3072ćWell, I used to haveđa little crush on him.
š3073ćš3124ćMorn?
š3125ćš3169ćWell, it was before we met.
š3170ćš3207ćBesides, he wasn't interested.
š3208ćš3254ćWhat do you meanđhe wasn't interested?
š3255ćš3296ćOh, forget I mentioned it.
š3297ćš3335ćIs that a bottle opener?
š3336ćš3370ćHmm. For Morn.
š3371ćš3404ćI thought it mightđcome in handy.
š3404ćš3444ćVery thoughtful.
š3580ćš3628ćThis is unbelievable.
š3628ćš3689ćLook at all these people.
š3721ćš3777ćIf you see anyone empty-handed
š3778ćš3848ćsell them a bottleđof Yridian ale.
š3849ćš3917ćTell them it wasđMorn's favorite.
š4016ćš4064ćVery kind of youđto do this, Quark.
š4065ćš4108ćI'm sure Mornđwould've appreciated it.
š4109ćš4160ćIt's the least I could do.
š4161ćš4211ćI'll miss him.
š4212ćš4267ćSorry.
š4268ćš4327ćCan I get you anything?
š4328ćš4433ćI don't ordinarily imbibeđon the job, but...
š4434ćš4488ćmaybe a Yridian ale.
š4489ćš4535ćIt was Morn's favorite.
š4536ćš4559ćOh.
š4560ćš4592ćWell, perfect.
š4839ćš4887ćWhat are you looking at?
š4889ćš4986ćYour respect for the deadđis heartwarming.
š4987ćš5018ćI'll have you know
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