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Good podcast. After it, the following scene appeared in my mind:
Eager to experience new glorious Holonovel's "with the little extra", a Klingon warrior purchased "Death By Hamlet" from a Ferengi vendor. The Ferengi claimed 60 Lobis would be a reasonable price. The program was sold. After the Final Act, the Klingon expected something more. He chose this specific program for a reason. He expected a glorious fight with the Holograms, which supposedly (due to hidden subroutines) should try and take over his ship. But the story was over. The Ferengi "forgot" to mention, that those subroutines were deleted in this version. The Klingon became angry. He rushed back to the Ferengi merchant district on Qo'noS, found the busy vendor, pulled out his painstick, and yelled: "Hold still you litte petaQ! Let's count to sixty. Then your debt is paid ..." The Ferengi grasped his energy whip, smiled and responded: "A contract is a contract is a contract ... but only between Ferengi. Let's see who still stands after sixty ..."
I wonder who would win this fight?
And this reminds me again: The Klingons still need painsticks!