Major Kira ran behind Constable Odo. "Odo, wait!" she called.

"If you don't mind, Major, I'd rather forget about last night." His tone was gruff, trying to brush off the Major.

"No, I don't think that's a good idea. We need to talk about it. How about dinner?" Kira was hoping that Odo would except. She had missed his company.

"And after that?" He was starting to get annoyed with the Major, but it was hard to stay annoyed with the woman he was in love with.

"I don't know, maybe we could go dancing!" She, too, was starting to get annoyed. It was pointless trying to talk to Odo.

"And I suppose afterwards you except me to kiss you?" Odo desperately hoped that she would say, that she wanted him to kiss her.

"Well, I suppose it's possible!" She didn't know what she was saying, just that she was shouting and the whole Promenade was beginning to stare.

"Well, why wait? Why don't I get it over with and kiss you now?" Where did that come from?, he thought.

"Well, why don't you!" She didn't really know what she was saying, but Odo had grabbed her and was passionately kissing her.

He didn't know what made him do it, but here he was, kissing Kira Nerys in the of the Promenade, and she was kissing him back. Odo didn't know what to think.

They pulled away, and Kira whispered, "You're right. Who needs dinner," with a dazed expression. Odo smiled at her and pulled her into another passionate kiss.