Это салон самого мощного серийного Range Rover за всю историю модели.
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But the best moment is when the Defiant is the only ship to come through the wormhole while 200 Federation and Klingon ships are en route, and the weapons are down. Weyoun immediately says, “Time to start packing!” (still one of the best moments in the show’s entire history), and the female changeling just figures the war will take longer. This is a minor setback. Hell, for the Dominion, this whole war is a minor engagement. They have huge swaths of territory in a whole ’nother quadrant. This is a potentially useful expansion to them, but it’s hardly their only concern, and they’ve been taking the long view all along. Ultimately, neither Weyoun nor the female changeling have a huge amount invested in holding Deep Space 9/Terok Nor.
Dukat, though, has everything invested in it. He and Damar posturing about how they’ll eventually make Weyoun and the Founder pay for their insolence sounds pathetic at best, and more so when Dukat completely falls apart at having to again abandon the station. Cardassia is just part of the Dominion, and not even a very big part. Dukat keeps talking like they’re allies, and Weyoun goes along with it to keep the peace, but it’s never more evident than this episode that the Cardassians are not equals.
Mia tumbled out of the back seat of the department-issue Chevy trying to get her bearings.
Giving Sullivan an accusatory look as he got out of the driver's seat, she then turned to Thorndike, who unfolded his massive frame from the passenger seat. "He always drive like that?"
Thorndike grinned, showing yellow teeth. "Nah, usually he's reckless."
Sullivan shrugged. "What? You gotta drive on the FDR like that."
They had taken the FDR Drive from 106th Street down to 34th Street, then travelled over to 1st Avenue and 30th Street, parking the car in a no-parking zone while placing their NYPD credentials in the dashboard. Mia had lost track of the sudden lane changes and the number of cars Sullivan had cut off by the time they passed 96th Street.
"My old man," Sullivan said as he headed toward the entrance, "he always said that you knew you'd be okay drivin' in New York if you could drive on the FDR without shittin' in your socks."
"In that case, I wanna see your socks," Mia said.
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