Quark wins a bar fight, gets married, becomes the head of a Klingon House, confuses the High Council with economic reports, runs away, comes back, wins another fight (sort of), and gets divorced. As an added bonus, the writers finally remember two years later that Keiko O'Brien is a botanist! The DS9 Rewatch joins "The House of Quark."
I like the fact that, on one hand, Quark exposes the artifice in the climactic scene, but on the other hand, D’Ghor didn’t exactly behave in a Klingon manner, either. The only difference between Quark and D’Ghor is that Quark isn’t pretending to be something he isn’t. Of course, what’s really hilarious is that Gowron and Grilka are disgusted by the pollution of matters of honor with something so base as money (which gives us the classic scene of Klingons staring incomprehensibly at the ledgers and accounts Quark has given them, which remains one of the ten funniest scenes in Star Trek history), but money is truly what it’s all about. They call it “lands and holdings,” but that’s just a euphemism for moolah.