He doesn't want to have anything to do with me.
Nog: What's wrong? O'Brien: He didn't touch home, Nog. Nog: Is that true? W-what do I do?! Worf: Find him and kill him!
So, how are my casualties doing?
Her problem is that she's trapped inside her own mind.
How can you say that before you've even tried it?
How much time do we have left?
He just wants you to stop playing so he doesn't lose any more money.
How was your day at work?
How can you lose a load of dynamite and a 300-pound Kraut sergeant?
Home brew made with potato skins-- wood alcohol, Commandant. I know it's wood alcohol. Oh, I'm sorry. I keep forgetting that you have a highly intelligent nose, sir.
Schnitzer: Himmler has invited Hitler to be present at her execution. LeBeau: She hasn't even been tried yet. Hogan: Those trials only take ten minutes. It's the execution that's the important thing to Hitler.
Hello, Jolly Roger calling Papa Bear, do you read me? Package is in sight, stand by.
How fallible of me.
Klink: Hogan, are you trying to bargain with me? Hogan: You're mighty quick today, Commandant. KLink: What is the information? Hogan: Is it a deal? Klink: For worthwhile military intelligence, yes. Hogan: It's worthwhile all right. It could mean the end of the war. Klink: Well, what is it? Hogan: Are you list...
Baker: Here's the assignment-- double red. Carter: Double red! That means they want this one done so fast we're already late with it.
Hip hip ...hoorah? And I believe it's pronounced tallyho.
Mr. Spock: Captain. Captain James T. Kirk: Mr. Spock, still thinking about Trelane, is that it? Mr. Spock: For the record, Captain, how do we describe him? Pure mentality? A force of intellect, embodied energy? Super-being? He must be classified, sir. Captain James T. Kirk: God of War, Mr. Spock. Mr. Spock: ...
O'Brien: How could he do this to me? How could he leave me adrift mid-river without a paddle? Rom: What river would that be? O'Brien: You know, the Great Material Continuum. Rom: Oh, that river. It can be very treacherous. O'Brien: Tell me about it. I suppose the good news is, with Nog gone nothing else can go missing.
Hogan, you're the best enemy a man ever had.
He lacked your appetite for cruelty.
How could he leave me adrift mid-river without a paddle?
He put pee pee fingers on my lobster.
Help me fight again, Worf. Help me end my life as I've lived it: as a warrior.
His days as an Indian fighter were well behind him.
However, there's a price to be paid for such... single-minded devotion to one's ambition.
Help me end my life as I've lived it: as a warrior.
He asked nothing except for the chance to fight and die as a Klingon warrior.
Bashir: He sounds like a good friend. Vargas: He was a jerk.
He wouldn't shut up. Yap, yap, yap.
He thought he was the world's greatest authority on everything.
Having someone else's memories of being in combat is one thing. Living through it yourself... is another.
He's a one-legged crazy man!
Hey, I'm an engineer, not a philosopher.
In his words, he's "sick of talking about his feelings."
He's really proud of you. He's always in here bragging about his son, the soldier boy.
Hey, I hope you're still talking to me.
He seems like a new man.
Hey, nice threads.
Fellini: How did you get in? Jim: I popped in out of thin air.
Areel: I do not see what that has... Spock: Gentlemen. Human beings have characteristics... just as inanimate objects do. It is impossible for Captain Kirk to act out of panic... or malice. It is not his nature.
Areel: How long will it be this time before I see you again? Jim: At the risk of sounding like a mystic... that depends on the stars.
Hogan, would you please tell Rudolf Valentino here he's out of uniform?
Hello, Phantom, this is Papa Bear. Commence firing.
Spock: How often mankind has wished for a world as peaceful and secure as the one Landru provided. Jim: Yes, and we never got it. Just lucky, I guess.
He's not a detective. He's an engineer.
He's lying in bed with a hangover.
He's a fragile young man who needs to be cared for.
He is a grown man who needs his freedom.
How dare you come in here and tell me how to be a mother?
He has a boot with my name on it.
How could anyone be so happy with such unattractive children?
He's very particular about anybody seeing him in his coonskin cap.
He won't be the first drunken Ensign I've escorted home.
How I'd love to slip a knife between his ribs.
Odo: Laas... humanoids are not the petty, limited creatures you perceive them to be. What Nerys did should prove that, even to you. Laas: Love conquers all. Is that it? Odo: I'm sorry you can't understand. You've done many things been many things... but you've never known love. Laas: Compared to the Link it is a pal...
Humanoids are such tragic creatures. They've lost the ability to take joy in simply existing and yet they haven't evolved to the next level where consciousness exists independent of form.
He was a wreck. He was crying so hard, he could barely iron his jeans.
He killed that Klingon in self-defense.
Grace: How could I fall in love with your kabobs? I've never had them. Diane had your kabobs, but apparently, I wasn't good enough for your kabobs. Leo: Wait, why do you care that Diane's had Will's kabobs, but you don't care that she's had mine and I've had hers? Jack: Silly, Diane is a girl. She doesn't have kabo...
McCoy: He'll live. Jim: My compliments. McCoy: Oh, no. I'm good, but not that good. There's something inside this man that refuses to accept death.
I'll tell you one thing. If this Frankie Eyes hurts Vic in any way he's going to have to answer to me.
Dr. McCoy: Well, either choke me or cut my throat. Make up your mind Khan Noonian Singh: English....I thought I'd dreamed hearing it. Where am I? Dr. McCoy: You're in... You're in bed, holding a knife at your doctor's throat. Khan Noonian Singh: Answer my question. Dr. McCoy: It would be most effective if yo...
Marla: Please don't. Khan Noonian Singh: Go. Or stay, but do it because it is what you wish to do! Well? Marla: I'll stay a little longer. Khan Noonian Singh: How many minutes do you graciously offer? Marla: I only meant... Khan Noonian Singh: This grows tiresome. You must now ask to stay. Marla: I'd lik...
Quark: He'll be back before you know it. Dax: You really think so? Quark: Absolutely. The night before he went on patrol he brought the Koraga's crew in here and bought them three barrels of bloodwine. Dax: And...? Quark: And he didn't pay the tab. Do you really think he'd go to Sto-Vo-Kor owing me money?
Dax: Anyway, I got away from him... but then, there was nowhere to run and then, just when I thought he was about to kill me he reached up and took off his helmet... Worf: And? Dax: And... it was Julian. Worf: Dr. Bashir. Dax: Isn't that strange? I wonder what it meant? Worf: Dr. Bashir is a Breen.
There is an old saying: he who studies evil... is studied by evil.
How many more sacrifices will my people be asked to make?
Hiya, Jimmy boy.
Hey, Jim boy, y'all ever have a real cold, Georgia style mint julep, huh?
Newkirk: Hey, Schultzy. Schultz, listen. Schultz: I don't hear anything. NewKirk: I know. It's been like that all day.
Lt. Commander Worf: He likes you, and he considers you an honorable woman, a worthy successor to Jadzia. And so do I. Lieutenant Ezri Dax: That's very sweet of him. Lt. Commander Worf: Sweet? Lieutenant Ezri Dax: Not a very Klingon word, is it? Lt. Commander Worf: No. Lieutenant Ezri Dax: It's very... honorable. Lt....
Here's your bagel. I put it in the toaster oven so the cheese and muscle relaxants could get all nice and melty.
Spock: Jim, I remind you that this is a silicon based form of life. Dr. McCoy's medical knowledge will be totally useless. Capt. Kirk: He is a healer, let him heal.
Hail Martok! Leader of the Empire. Leader of destiny.
He was my friend... but his Cardassia is dead and it won't be coming back.
O'Brien: I don't get it. He's interested, she's interested. What's the problem? Worf: He is an overgrown child and she is very... confused. O'Brien: It could still work.
How like a Cardassian to find amusement in an old man's death.
How does it feel to be the most famous warrior in the Empire?
A resistance organization is structured into cells: autonomous groups of ten or 20 people. That way, if anyone gets captured their ability to compromise the entire organization is limited. They can't be forced to name names that they don't know.
He is not half the tactician you are.
He is a stubborn and arrogant man.
And how many times have you had to cover up the crimes of Klingon leaders because you were told that it was for the good of the Empire?
Martok: Hail Worf! Leader of the Empire. Klingons: Worf! Worf! Worf! Worf! Worf! Worf!
Trefayne: Ayelborne, several hundred men have appeared near the citadel. They bring many weapons. Jim: How does he know that? Ayelborne: Oh, our friend Trefayne is really quite intuitive. You can rest assured that what he says is absolutely correct.
Don't listen to him, Chief. He's just playing games with you.
Bashir: Damn! O'Brien: What's going on? Bashir: He's trying to kill himself. He's activated a neuro-depolarizing device in his brain. I have to stabilize him before he does irreversible damage. O'Brien: If he dies... Bashir: The cure for Odo dies with him!
He committed suicide... just to prevent us finding the cure.
He is an overgrown child and she is very... confused.
Have we a ram among the sheep?
Kor: Here we are on a planet of sheep, two tigers, predators, hunters... killers. And it is precisely that which makes us great. And there is a universe to be taken. Captain James T. Kirk: It's a very large universe, commander. Full of people who don't like the Klingons. Kor: Excellent. Then it shall be a matter o...
How can you sleep after a decision like that? I'll count P-51s jumping over a villa in Switzerland.
Ross: Commander, how would you feel about being named Federation Ambassador to Kronos? Worf: I am not a diplomat. Martok: And I am not a politician but sometimes fate plays cruel tricks on us, Worf.
Hey, how about you and the bald guy......having-having a blast with me?
Happy landing... buddy!
Hogan, we're in luck. We can go out there tonight and help ourselves.
Hogan: How'd you ever get to be a colonel? Klink: Oh, my brother's wife... Hogan: Not interested.
Vic: Hey... pally. If you're here for another game of "Go Fish" I'm a little busy right now. Quark: Actually, I'm here for the "End of the war, "good-bye to Chief O'Brien, good-bye to Odo good-bye to Worf party."
Have you talked to a Counselor about these annihilation fantasies?
Kirk: Was he dead? Bones: He was worse than dead. Kirk: What do you mean? Bones: Jim... Kirk: Bones, what's the mystery? Bones: His brain is gone.
His body lives, the autonomic functions continue... But there is no mind.
It's no use. You'll get nothing from that one. Hers is the mind of a child.
Emcee: Excuse me. Hags must stand 10 feet back from the stage. Karen: Oh, of course. I'm sorry, I forgot about the Grace Adler ordinance. I'll be right over here.
Her mind is functioning on a very simple level. Mental faculties here seem to be almost atrophied because of nonuse.
Emcee: I'm Sorry hag number 12, you're gonna have to leave. Karen: No!
Hey, Wilma, I need your help. Remember Lorraine Finster, the dame who stole my husband and tried to bump me off? I think I found her. Private dick said he dug up an l. Finster at the hotel Knickerbocker. Come on, let's go down there and give her the what for.
As you can see, he's highly sensitive and emotional. He's lost the capacity for rational decision.
Assistant Engineer: Hi. Charlene Masters: Hi, coffee? Assistant Engineer: Is that an order, lieutenant?
Mr. Spock, the doctor has now confirmed your testimony as to the mental state of your captain. He was and is unfit to continue in command of the enterprise.
His mind... He is... An extremely dynamic individual.
Kirk: A child suppresses the fact that both parents are dead? I can't believe it. Spock: Humans do have an amazing capacity for believing what they choose and excluding that which is painful.
Humans do have an amazing capacity for believing what they choose and excluding that which is painful.
Humans who get even a glimpse of Medeusans go insane.
How can one so beautiful condemn herself to look upon ugliness the rest of her life?
Her knowledge of them may be the only thing that could save Spock's sanity, perhaps even his life.
Hard to believe.
Dr. McCoy: He's in a lot of pain! Capt. Kirk: Sometimes pain can drive a man harder than pleasure, I'm sure you know that, Doctor!
Guardian: Your vessel...your beginning. All that you knew... is gone. Jim: McCoy... has somehow changed history.
He caught his head in a mechanical... rice picker.
Klink: Would you be interested in a business proposition? The war can't last forever. Hogan: What do you got in mind-- a chain of Happy Hun hamburger stands?
Klink: Hogan, I'm touched. Hogan: At ten percent interest? You bet you're going to be touched.
He's a hero, all right, but for the wrong team.
How can you think you know what he wants me to do before the Kommandant even thinks he knows what he thinks he wants me to do? Impossible!
Strasser: He has a little office like this? Hogan: Just for weekends. It's part of the austerity program. He feels he should set an example. No frills, just a plain little office.
He is still convinced the attack will come from the south because... that's what the gypsy astrologer told him.
Spock: How... do Vulcans... choose their mates. Haven't you wondered? Captain James T. Kirk: I guess the rest of us always assumed it was done quite... logically.
I owe him my life a dozen times over. Isn't that worth a career? He's my friend.
Before the war, he was Germany's top female impersonator. That must be her... him.
Newkirk: Hey, is this tea going to be formal then? Schultz: Of course. Hogan: Oh, well, if it's formal, we'll go through the delousing station.
Scotty: Lieutenant! Keep away from that... Jim: Scotty! Bones! McCoy: He's dead, Jim.
Nomad: Will the Creator effect repairs on the unit Scott? Jim: He's dead. Nomad: Insufficient response. Jim: His... biological functions have ceased.
Jim: How long has it been? Spock: Twenty two minutes, 17 seconds.
(vocals na) Im looking for someone Have you got the 411? Im searching everywhere For this special lady Lookin for someone Do you have the 411? Please help me if you can Stop my lonely waitin Have you got the 411? (vocals na) I will do anything to see her again I will fight the battles and I know I ...
Hogan: How are things in downtown Siberia? Col. Becker: Not like this. We don't serve wine. Hogan: If you served it at room temperature, you'd wind up with a Beaujolais popsicle.
Hogan, I would like to inform you that I've ordered land mines planted outside the barbed wire. Any of your men attempting to escape will be blown up.
Hogan: How do you expect to get him off if you don't know what you're up against? Klink: I don't expect to get him off-- he's a traitor.
Hochstetter, Klink is a fine actor-- look how well he's played the part of a German officer all these years.
Hogan: Oh. You mean you think Hauptmann's chances are pretty good then? Klink: I don't think I will have any problem getting him off with the death penalty.
Jim: Did you pay royalties to the owners of those patents? Mudd: Ahh... w-well, actually, Kirk, uh, as a defender of the free enterprise system, I found myself in a rather ambiguous conflict, as a matter of principle. Spock: He did not pay royalties.
Hogan: How long to disarm it and then take it apart? Carter: I don't know-- a couple of hours, I guess. Sooner if I guess wrong.
Mudd: Well, of course I left. Jim: He broke jail. Mudd: I... I borrowed transportation. Jim: He stole a spaceship. Mudd: The patrol reacted in a hostile manner. Jim: They fired at him. Mudd: They've got no respect for private property. They damaged the bloody spaceship!
Marya: Hogan darling, fly to me! Hogan: Why? LeBeau: Now try me. Marya: Later, my small one.
Hogan darling, without your strength, without you at my side, I grow confused. I'm only a woman, Hogan darling.
Hogan darling, you're not thinking. You're letting your heart get in the way of your head.
Have a good time there, boychiks.
Marya: Hogan has defected, Hochstetter. Hochstetter: Then let him undefect. We've got enough trouble now.
Hochstetter: How could you know how I feel, Hogan? Hogan: You lost a super-weapon and we lost a recreation hall. Hochstetter: Hogan, one of these days, you will go too far.
Stella Mudd: Harcourt! Harcourt Fenton Mudd, what have you been up to? Nothing good, I'm sure. Well, let me tell you, you lazy, good for nothing... Mudd: Shut up! Stella Mudd: Thing, thing, thing... Mudd: Marvelous, isn't it? I finally have the last word with her.
Mudd: Splendid, splendid! Welcome to Mudd, Mr. Scott. Scotty: Harry Mudd! Oh, you bogus rat, you. You're the cause of all this, are you?
Have you been drinking again? You miserable sot!
LeBeau, how many times must I tell you? Never feed a Kraut at the table.
Hogan: Hey, hitting the sauce a little early, Commandant. Klink: He expects me to console her, take her out tonight. Hogan: So you get loaded on brandy? In a minute, you'll be seeing double. Klink: Who cares? Hogan: You want to spend the evening looking at two Frau Linkmeiers?
Human beings do not survive on bread alone, you poor soulless creature, but on the nourishments of liberty. For what, indeed, is a man without freedom? Naught but a mechanism trapped in the cogwheels of eternity.
He is considered by many authorities to be the most dangerous man alive.
Hey, Mikey, I think he likes it.
Morpheus: How is he? Tank: 10 hours straight. He's a machine.
Hogan: I mean, just look. More food rationing in Berlin, longer work week, conscription of more labor volunteers, and you sit here and talk to me about a little thing like a roll call? Klink: I'm sorry, Hogan. I didn't... Hogan, you're doing it to me again.
Would you please remove any metallic items you're carrying? Keys, loose change... Holy shit!
Trinity: How did you do that? Neo: Do what? Trinity: You moved like they do. I've never seen anyone move that fast. Neo: Wasn't fast enough.
Agent Smith: Mr. Anderson. Trinity: Run, Neo. Run. What is he doing? Morpheus: He's beginning to believe.
Agent Smith: Check him. Agent Brown: He's gone. Agent Smith: Good bye, Mr Anderson.
Have you ever had a dream, Neo, that you were so sure was real? What if you were unable to wake from that dream? How would you know the difference between the dream world and the real world?
Morpheus: How did I beat you? Neo: You... you're too fast. Morpheus: Do you believe that my being stronger or faster has anything to do with my muscles in this place? Do you think that's air you're breathing now?
Choi: Hallelujah. You're my savior, man. My own personal Jesus Christ. Neo: If you get caught using that... Choi: I know. This never happened. You don't exist. Neo: Right.
Hey, it sounds to me like you need to unplug, man.
Human beings are a disease, a cancer of this planet.
Newkirk: He's a jolly fellow, isn't he? LeBeau: I think he's bucking for president of Martin Bormann Fan Club.
Hey, and another thing, Schultzy-- according to the Geneva Convention, prisoners do not have to go out in the snow unless they want to play with it.
Mr. Strickland: Am I to understand you're still hanging around with Dr. Emmett Brown, McFly? Tardy slip for you, Miss Parker. And one for you, McFly. I believe that makes four in a row. Now let me give you a nickel's worth of free advice, young man. This so called Dr. Brown is dangerous, he's a real nutcase. You han...
Hold it, fellas. I'm afraid you're just too darn loud. Next, please. Next group, please.
Lyle: I could swim in your bosom for months. Karen: Keep talking. Lyle: I could flop on your flesh for minutes. Karen: Oh, Lyle. How can I stay mad at you? Not when you repeat our wedding vows.
Will, Leo, how dare you sit out the chicken dance? There's nothing more insulting to a bride. Let's go.
Here, this is for you. I'm a very hard act to follow, but do the best you can.
Hey, Dad! George! Hey, you on the bike!
He's a peeping Tom!
Kirk: How did you manage to test it? Spock: It has not been tested. Bones: It's not necessary, captain. It's very simple. Nothing can go wrong. Kirk: Up to now, everything's gone wrong. I want it tested... And now.
Ed: You boys want your usual? Scotty: Absolutely. Half a gallon of scotch.
Stella Baines: He's a very strange young man. Sam Baines: He's an idiot. Comes from upbringing. His parents are probably idiots too. Lorraine, if you ever have a kid that acts that way I'll disown you.
Kirk: Have any more of your men died? We can't be killed. There's an alien aboard. It wants us alive. Kang: No doubt you will reassemble after I have hacked you to bits!
How many more men must die before you two begin to act like military men instead of fools?
Bones: He has one year to live at the most. Kirk: Who is it? Bones: The ship's chief medical officer. Kirk: You. Bones: I'll be most effective on the job in the time left if you'll keep this to yourself.
Natira: He is not part of our people. You've released him from his vow of obedience. Kirk: We have freed him from the cruelty of your oracle.
Spock: He said it was forbidden to climb the mountains. Kirk: Of course it is, because if you did, you'd touch the sky and find out that you were living on a big ball, not a planet, but a spaceship. And that knowledge seems to be forbidden.
He was a hero in every sense of the word, yet his life was sacrificed for nothing. The one thing that would have given his death meaning is the safety of the Enterprise. Now you've made that impossible.
Has there ever been a mutiny on a starship before?
He was a hero in every sense of the word, yet his life was sacrificed for nothing.