Star Trek

The Original Series

  • “… a dream that became a reality and spread throughout the stars” — Kirk (Whom Gods Destroy)
  • “Just before they went into warp, I beamed the whole kit and kaboodle into their engine room, where they’ll be no tribble at all.” — Scotty, explaining how he got rid of the tribbles (The Trouble With Tribbles)
  • “Right out of hell, I saw it!” — Commodore Decker, describing the Planet Killer(The Doomsday Machine)
  • “You will die of suffocation, in the icy cold of space” — Kang (Day of the Dove)
  • “The mid-1990s was the era of your so-called Third World War” — Spock (Space Seed)
  • “We simply must accept the fact that Captain Kirk is no longer alive” — Spock (The Tholian Web)
  • “They seemed to have been spared the agony of your first three World Wars, doctor” — Spock (Bread and Circuses)
  • “You are authorized to use all measures available to destroy the Enterpise” — Starfleet Command Representative (The Ultimate Computer)
  • “I didn’t mean to say that the Enterprise should be hauling garbage. I meant to say that it should be hauled away AS garbage” — Korax (The Trouble With Tribbles)
  • “Random chance seems to have operated in our favor” — Spock
    • “In plain, non-Vulcan English, we’ve been lucky” — McCoy
    • “I believe I said that, Doctor” — Spock (The Doomsday Machine)
  • “Unbelievable. Do you recognize those uniforms?” — Kirk
    • “Mid 20th century Earth. The nation-state called Nazi Germany.” — Spock (Patterns of Force)
  • “You look quite well for a man that’s been ‘utterly destroyed’, Mr. Spock.” — Kirk (Patterns of Force)
  • “In four hours the ship blows up” — Scotty (The Savage Curtain)
  • “Computer, compute to the last digit the value of pi” — Spock (Wolf in the Fold)
  • “What are we looking at, a 20th century Rome?” — Kirk (Bread and Circuses)
  • “Is there anyone on this ship, who even remotely, looks like Satan?” — Kirk
    • “I am not aware of anyone who fits that description, Captain” — Spock
    • “No, Mr. Spock, I didn’t think you would be” — Kirk (The Apple)
  • “Mr. Spock, the women on your planet are logical. That’s the only planet in the galaxy that can make that claim.” — Kirk (Elaan of Troyius)
  • “Does everyone know about this grain but me?” — Kirk
    • “Not everyone, Kepten, it’s a Russian inwention.” — Checkov (The Trouble With Tribbles)
  • “Now this is a drink for a man.” — Scott
    • “Scotch?” — Checkov
    • “Aye.” — Scott
    • “It vas inwented by a little old lady in Lenningrad.” — Checkov (The Trouble With Tribbles)
  • “Emotional, isn’t she?” — Spock
    • “She has always been so.” — Sarek
    • “Indeed. Why did you marry her?” — Spock
    • “It seemed the logical thing to do at the time.” — Sarek (Journey To Babel)
  • “Ston, she is yours. You may find that having is not so pleasing a thing as wanting. This is not logical, but it is often true.” — Spock (Amok Time)
  • “Live long and prosper, Spock.” — T’Pau
    • “I shall do neither. I have killed my captain, and my friend.” — Spock (Amok Time)
  • “The best diplomat that I know is a fully-loaded phaser bank.” — Lt. Cdr. Montgomery Scott (“A Taste of Armageddon”)
  • “Please, Spock, do me a favor … ‘n’ don’t say it’s `fascinating’…” — Dr. McCoy
    • “No… but it is… interesting…” — Spock (The Ultimate Computer)
  • “… and tell Doctor McCoy, he should have wished me luck.” — Spock (The Immunity Syndrome)
  • “Shut-up, Spock! We’re rescuing you!” — McCoy
    • “Why, thank you, captain McCoy.” — Spock, to McCoy after he tells Kirk something about leaving him (The Immunity Syndrome)
  • “You! What planet is this?” — McCoy, to a homeless person upon appearing in 1930’s Chicago (City on the Edge of Forever)
  • “You can stop it!” — Anan 7, Leader of the High Council of Eminiar VII, describing the horrors of the impending war to a hostage Kirk
    • “Stop it? I’m counting on it!” — Kirk (A Taste of Armegedon)
  • “Now Mr. Spock, there’s really something about all this that I don’t understand, so maybe you could explain it to me, logically of course… Now, when you jettisoned the fuel, and ignited it, you knew that there was virtually no chance of it being seen and yet you did it anyway. Now that seems to me like an act of desperation.” — Kirk
    • “Quite correct, Captain.” — Spock
    • “Now we all know, and I’m sure the doctor would agree with me, that desperation is a highly emotional state of mind. So how does your well known logic explain that?” — Kirk
    • “Quite simply captain, I examined the problem from all angles, and it was plainly hopeless. Logic informed me that under the circumstances, the only logical action would have to be one of desperation. Logical decision, logically arrived at.” — Spock
    • “Ah-huh, I see… So you reasoned that it was time for an emotional outburst.” — Kirk
    • “Well I… Wouldn’t exactly put it in those terms captain, but those are essentially the facts.” — Spock
    • [sighs] “You aren’t going to admit that for the first time in your life, you committed a purely human, emotional act?” — Kirk
    • [crosses arms and slowly shakes head] “No, sir.” — Spock
    • [laughing] “Mr. Spock, you are a stubborn man.” — Kirk
    • [raises eyebrows] “Yes, sir.” — Spock (The Galileo Seven)
  • “I signed aboard this ship to practice medicine, not to have my atoms scattered back and forth across space by this gadget.” — McCoy (Space Seed)
  • “By golly, Jim… I’m beginning to think I can cure a rainy day!” — McCoy (The Devil in the Dark)
  • “I find myself growing fatigued, Doctor. May we continue this questioning at some other time?” — Khan (Space Seed)

The Next Generation

  • “But this is the court of the year 2079, by which time all ‘United Earth’ nonsense had been abolished” — Q, presiding in a postholocaust court (Encounter at Farpoint)
  • “Well it’s a new ship – but she’s got the right name. Now you remember that, you hear?” — Leonard ‘Bones’ McCoy
    • “I will, Sir” — Data
    • “You treat her like a lady, and she’ll always bring you home” — McCoy (Encounter at Farpoint, Part I)
  • “It never happened” — Yar to Data (The Naked Now)
  • “Seize the time, Meribor. Live now; make now always the most precious time. Now will never come again” — Picard (The Inner Light)
  • “Shields up! Rrrrred alert!” — Riker (practically every episode!!!)
  • “Lal, I am unable to correct the system failure” — Data
    • “I know” — Lal
    • “We must say goodbye now” — Data
    • “I feel–” — Lal
    • “What do you feel, Lal?” — Data
    • “I love you, Father” — Lal
    • “I wish I could feel it with you” — Data
    • “I will feel it for both of us… Thank you for my life…” — Lal (The Offspring)
  • “Eaten any good books lately?” — Q (to Worf) (Deja-Q)
  • “You’re so stolid. You weren’t like that before the beard.” — Q (Deja-Q)
  • “Our neural pathways have become accustomed to your sensory input patterns.” — Riker, quoting Data’s definition of friendship (Time’s Arrow, Part 1)
  • “What is it?” — Picard about Nagillum
    • “There’s nothing out there; absolutely nothing” — Data
    • “Well it’s a damn ugly nothing!” — Geordi [aside to Worf] (Where silence has lease)
  • “Masculine and feminine. I understand” — Nagillum
    • “Yes. That is how we propogate our species” — Picard
    • “Please demonstrate” — Nagillum
    • “Not likely!” — Dr. Pulaski (Where silence has lease)
  • “Worf, it was what it was glorious and wonderful and all that, but it doesn’t mean anything” — K’Ehleyr
    • “That is a human attitude” — Worf
    • “I am human!” — K’Ehleyr
    • “You are also Klingon” — Worf (The Emissary)
  • [K’Ehleyr breaks a glass table as Deanna Troi walks in the door]
    • “You’re upset” — Troi
    • “Your finely honed Betazoid senses tell you that” — K’Ehleyr
    • “That and the table” — Troi (The Emissary)
  • “With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censored, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably.” — Captain Picard, quoting Judge Aaron Satie (The Drumhead)
  • “Fate protects fools, little children and ships named Enterprise” — Cmdr. Riker (Contagion)
  • “Let’s make sure that history never forgets the name… Enterprise” — Captain Picard (Yesterday’s Enterprise)
  • “If you prick me, do I not… leak?” — Data (The Naked Now)
  • “If there’s nothing wrong with me… maybe there’s something wrong with the universe!” — Dr. Crusher (Remember Me)
  • “The universe is a spheroid region, 705 metres in diameter” — The Computer (Remember Me)
  • “Nice Legs… for a human” — Worf (Qpid)
  • “Jean-Luc! It’s so good to see you again. How about a big hug?” — Q (Qpid)
  • “I am NOT a merry man!!!” — Worf (Qpid)
  • (Geordi is trying to play a lute — Worf grabs it, smashes it against a tree, and gives it back) *CRACK* “Sorry…” — Worf (Qpid)
  • “Well, it seems Mrs. Troi is our acting ambassador of goodwill for today” — Picard
    • “You just think of me as your entertainmet director” — Lwaxana Troi (Half a Life)
  • “If you can’t take a little bloody nose, maybe you oughtta go back home and crawl under your bed. It’s not safe out here. It’s wondrous, with treasures to satiate desires both subtle and gross; but it’s not for the timid.” — Q (Q Who?)
  • “Spot. This is down. Down is good” — Data (Force of Nature)
  • Please Mrs. Troi! … and it’s Worf not Woof” — Worf (Half a Life)
  • “All good things must come to an end…” — Q (All Good Things…)
  • A song sung by O’Brien in “The Wounded”
    • A minstrel boy to the war has gone
    • in the ranks of death ye will find him
    • his fathers sword he hath girded on
    • with his wild harp slung behind him
    • land of song said the warrior bard
    • though all the world betrays thee
    • one sword at least thy rights shall guard
    • one faithful harp shall praise thee.
  • “Besides, you look good in a dress” — Riker to Worf (Liasons)
  • “But I have no sexual desire” — Data
    • “Ah! Impotence on top of everything!” — Sigmund Freud (Phantasms)
  • “Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar!” — Sigmund Freud (Phantasms)
  • “You must talk to him; tell him that he is a good cat, and a pretty cat, and…” — Data
    • “I will feed him” — Worf (Phantasms)
  • “Some of the colonists objected to having an anatomically correct android running around without any clothes on” — Juliana Soong (Inheritance)
  • “Captain, we’re receiving two hundred and eighty-five thousand hails” — Lt. Wesley Crusher (Parallels)
  • “They were just sucked into space” — Riker
    • “Blown, sir” — Data
    • “Sorry, Data” — Riker
    • “Common mistake, sir” — Data (The Naked Now)
  • “He got turned into a spider and now he has a disease named after him” — Dr. Crusher
    • “I’d better clear my calender for the next few weeks” — Troi (Genesis)
  • “I will just have to trust that you will not let Adm. Pressman put the Enterprise in unnecessary risk and if I find that that trust has been misplaced, I will have to re-evaluate the command structure of this ship. Dismissed” — Picard (The Pegasus)
  • “Father said she went to a beautiful place, where everything is peaceful, and everyone loves each other, and no one ever gets sick. Do you think there’s really a place like that?” — Gia
    • “Yes… I do” — Data (Thine Own Self)
  • “Rock, fire, sky, and water are the four basic elements of the universe” — Talur (Thine Own Self)
  • “Synthetic Scotch, synthetic Commanders…” — Captain Scott, Scotty (Relics)
  • “… and get that fish out of my ready room” — Captain Jellico (Chain of Command, Part I)
  • “Policemen — I’d recognize them in any century” — Professor Moriarty (Ship in a Bottle)
  • “You’re dead, this is the afterlife — and I’m God” — Q (Tapestry)
  • “Yes, absolutely, I do indeed concur, wholeheartedly!” — Riker (Where Silence has Lease)
  • “Well, he did make a pass at me… and it was a good one!” — Troi, about Barkley (The Nth Degree)
  • “The Federation’s gone; the Borg is everywhere!” — Alternate Captain Riker (Parallels)
  • “Captain’s Personal Log, supplemental. I have just witnessed the total destruction of the U.S.S. Enterprise with the loss of all hands. Save one. Me.” — Picard’s log from the future (Time Squared)
  • “If I may inquire sir, how long have you been captain of the Enterprise?” — Worf
    • “Four years. Ever since Captain Picard was killed in the incident with the Borg” — Captain Riker (Parallels)
  • “I will continue, aboard this ship, to speak for the Borg. While they continue, without further diversion, to Sector 001, where they will force your unconditional surrender” — Picard as Locutus (The Best of Both Worlds II)
  • “I’m not suppsed to be here, sir. I’m…..supposed to be dead!” — Tasha Yar (Yesterday’s Enterprise)
  • “Federation ship Enterprise, surrender and prepare to be boarded” — Klingon Captain
    • “That will be the day!” — Picard (Yesterday’s Enterprise)
  • “Starfleet reports it has engaged the Borg at Wolf 359, sir” — Data (The Best of Both Worlds II)
  • “Travel time to the nearest starbase?” — Riker
    • “At maximum warp, in 2 years, 7 months, 3 days, 18 hours, we would reach Starbase 185” — Data, after Q threw the Enterprise over 7000 light-years from Federation space (Q Who?)
  • “Mr. Crusher, ready a collision course with the Borg ship” — Captain Riker (The Best of Both Worlds II)
  • “And how do I know that someone I might save down there might not be the next Adolf Hitler? Or Khan Singh? I’m willing to take that chance” — Picard (A Matter of Time)
  • “Who knows if we’re even dead or alive?” — LaForge (Yesterday’s Enterprise)
  • “We have engaged…the Borg” — Picard (The Best of Both Worlds I)
  • “Sir, the coordinates they have set, they are on a direct course to Sector 001. The Terran System” — Worf
    • “Earth” — Riker, describing the Borg ship’s destination (The Best of Both Worlds II)
  • “Captain, do you know what year this is?” — Captain Picard
    • “Of course I do. It’s 2278.” — Captain Morgan, U.S.S. Bozeman (Cause and Effect)
  • “Legends…are the spice of the universe, Mr. Data, because they have a way of sometimes coming true” — Captain Picard (Haven)
  • “What do you want me to do?” — Q
    • “Die” — Worf (Deja Q)
  • “Everytime you look at the engine, you’re looking at me. Everytime you touch it, it’s me” — The holodeck-simulated Leah Brahms to Geordi (Booby Trap)
  • “Baby needs a new pair of shoes” — Data, at the craps table (The Royale)
  • “One thing is clear – you’ll never look at your hairline again in the same way” — Picard to his “son” Jason Vigo (Bloodines)
  • [after they kiss] “What were you just thinking?” — Jenna
    • “In that particular moment, I was reconfiguring the warp field parameters, analyzing the collected works of Charles Dickens, calculating the maximum pressure I could safely apply to your lips, considering a new food supplement for Spot…” — Data
    • “I’m glad I was in there somewhere” — Jenna
  • “It’s time to put an end to your trek through the stars” — Q (All Good Things…)
  • “Five card stud, nothing wild. And the sky’s the limit” — Picard, uttering the last line of the TV series (All Good Things…)
  • “We will add your biological and technological distinctiveness to our own. Your culture will adapt to service us. Resistance is futile. We are the Borg.” — The Borg (The Best of Both Worlds, Part I(?))
  • “Good tea. Nice house.” — Worf, trying to be diplomatic (The Survivors)
  • “We do exactly what we would do if this Q never existed. If we’re going to be damned, let’s be damned for who we really are” — Captain Picard (Encounter At Farpoint)
  • “Q might have done the right thing for the wrong reason, perhaps we need a good kick in our complacency to get us ready for what’s ahead” — Captain Picard, to Guinan (Q Who?)
  • “Did the table do something wrong?” — Troi to Worf when she walks into his quarters and finds him standing over a broken glass table (Birthright Part I)
  • “Sir, you have no sense of fair play?” — Barkley’s holodeck generated Picard to Riker after Riker discontinues the program (Hollow Pursuits)
  • “I am the goddess of empathy….” — Holographic Deanna Troi
    • [anger] “Computer, discontinue program!” — Deanna Troi
    • “Computer, belay that order.” — Riker
  • “Your head is not an artifact!” — Riker, to Data (Time’s Arrow, Part 1)
  • “Ah. I understand the source of your misperception, but this is not sleepwear, and I do not have a ‘missus.'” — Data to Jack London (Time’s Arrow, Part ?)
  • “Thank you for the advice, but I am trying to find two individuals with a snake.” — Data to a beggar (Time’s Arrow, Part ?)
  • “How did he put it… something like… [impression of Data] As I experience certain sensory input patterns my mental pathways become accustomed to them. The inputs eventually are anticipated and even ‘missed’ when absent.” — Troi, to Riker, re: Data’s definition of friendship (Time’s Arrow, Part 1)
  • “There are four lights!” — Picard (Chain of Command, Part 2)
  • “What I want now is gentleness, and joy, and love… from you, Data; you are fully functional, aren’t you?” — Lt. Tasha Yar
    • “Of course, but…” — Lt. Cmdr. Data
    • “How fully?” — Yar
    • “In every way of course. I am programmed in multiple techniques. A broad variety of pleasuring.” — Data
    • “Oh, you jewel! That’s exactly what I hoped.” — Yar (The Naked Now)

Deep Space Nine

  • “Resistance is futile. You will disarm your weapons, and escort us to Sector 001. If you attempt to intervene, we will destroy you.” — Picard as Locutus of Borg, delivering his ‘doomsday message’ (Emissary)
  • “Ooh… I love a woman in uniform!” — Quark (Emissary)
  • “Picard would never have hit me…” (wounded voice) — Q
    • “I’m not Picard” — Sisko (Q-less)
  • “Die with honour” — Tosk (Tosk)
  • “I’m a doctor, not a botanist.” — Dr. Bashir (The Wire)
  • “In my expert medical opinion, I’d say… it’s sick” — Dr. Bashir about Dax’s plant (The Wire)
  • “If your lies are going to be this transparent, this is going to be a very short interrogation” — Kira
    • “Then I’ll try to make my lies more opaque…” — Gul Darhe’el (Duet)
  • “Why? He wasn’t Gul Darhe’el!” — Kira
    • “He’s a Cardassian. That’s reason enough.” — Bajoran
    • “No… It’s not…” — Kira (Duet)
  • “Dad, I’m fourteen” — Jake Sisko
    • “I’m glad we agree on something” — Commander Benjamin Sisko (Move Along Home)
  • “I’m sorry, Commander, but I’ve learned we can’t afford to die here — not even once” — Dr. Bashir (Battlelines)
  • “Do I annoy you?” — Dr. Bashir (The Storyteller)
  • “He’s still dead, if that’s what you mean” — Dr. Bashir (Dramatis Personae)
  • “Sounds like Wolf 359 all over again” — Starfleet Admiral (The Die is Cast)
  • “Whoah! What’s that? Is that a spider or a dog?” — Jadzia
    • “It’s a Paluckoo. The Bajoran moons are full of them” — Kira
    • “Oh. I suppose you used to make them your pets and sing songs about them around the campfire” — Jadzia
    • “No. We used to eat them” — Kira (The Siege)
  • “The Provisional Government is going to fall, and when governments fall people like me are the first ones shot.” — Quark (Emissary)
  • “Cardassian rule may have been oppressive, but at least it was simple.” — Odo (Past Prologue)
  • “Laws change depending on who’s making them, but justice is justice.” — Odo (A Man Alone)
  • “Rom’s an idiot. He couldn’t fix a straw if it was bent.” — Odo, to Quark (Babel)
  • “I am sorry I have no vices for you to exploit.” — Tosk (Captive Pursuit)
  • “I don’t get out often.” — Kai Opaka to Sisko (Battle Lines)
  • “Nothing makes them happy! They are dedicated to being unhappy, and to spreading that unhappiness to others! They are the Ambassadors of Unhappy!” — Bashir’s response to Sisko’s “keep them happy” (The Forsaken)
  • “The Prophets teach us patience.” — Vedek Bareil
    • “It appears they also teach you politics.” — Sisko (In the Hands of the Prophets)
  • “Really, Doctor. Must we always play this game? I’m no more a spy than you are –” — Garak
    • “A doctor.” — Bashir (Cardassians)
  • “A bite on the hand is certainly worth saving a boy’s life, wouldn’t you say?” — Bashir
    • “I suppose it depends on whose hand …. just joking, Doctor.” — Garak (Cardassians)
  • “I wasn’t a volunteer then. I was a member of the Underground.” — worker at Tozak Rees orphanage
    • “Really? Perhaps we have met, after all!” — Garak (Cardassians)
  • “We can’t have these Bajorans going around killing each other.” — Dukat (Necessary Evil)
  • “How’s my human friend? Is he behaving himself?” — Kira
    • “Everyone behaves himself when I’m in charge.” — mirror-Odo (Crossover)
  • “I have a dream; a dream that all people — human, Jem’Hadar, Ferengi, Cardassians — will someday stand together in peace… around my Dabo tables.” — Quark (The Search)
  • “Just be careful.” — Sisko
    • “Commander, there is no careful way to question a Klingon.” — Odo (Visionary)
  • “The truth is usually just an excuse for a lack of imagination.” — Garak (Improbable Cause)
  • “This is not a synthale kind of night.” — Bashir (Explorers)
  • “And it’s from the heart; I really do… not hate you anymore!” — O’Brien, to Bashir (Explorers)
  • “Captain, are you aware there’s a Klingon on your bridge?” — Dukat (The Way of the Warrior)
  • “All I ask is a tall ship, and a load of contraband to fill her with…” — Quark (Little Green Men)
  • “I’m a much more complicated man than you give me credit for, Major.” — Dukat (Return to Grace)
  • “I’m sorry if I made you feel … unwelcome. It’s just my way.” — Odo (Muse)
  • “You’ve got a good start on a novel here, Jake. The dialog is sharp, the story is interesting, the characters are real… the spelling is terrible.” — Sisko (Muse)
  • “Is it just me, or do the stars shine a little brighter in the Gamma Quadrant?” — Bashir
    • “Is it just me, or has Julian lost his mind?” — Dax (The Quickening)
  • “There’s no cure for the Blight. The Dominion made sure of that. And I was so arrogant I thought I could cure it in a week.” — Bashir
    • “Maybe that was arrogant. But it’s even more arrogant to say that there is no cure, just because you couldn’t find it.” — Dax (The Quickening)
  • “I hate prototypes.” — O’Brien (Apocalypse Rising)
  • “I have no idea what he’s talking about.” — Jake, about Bashir (…Nor the Battle to the Strong)
  • “I see I’m going to have to add the word pickpocket to your resume.” — Odo
    • “It’s only a hobby.” — Garak (Things Past)
  • “Stop smirking.” — Dax
    • “I do not smirk–but if I did, this would be a good opportunity.” — Worf (The Darkness and the Light)
  • “I am a graduate of Starfleet Academy; I know many things.” — Worf (The Darkness and the Light)
  • “You are not in my shoes.” — Worf
    • “Too bad. You’d be amazed at what I can do in a pair of size 18’s.” — Dax (Looking for Par’Mach in All the Wrong Places)
  • “Constable, why are you talking to your beverage?!?” — Worf
    • “It’s not a beverage. It’s a changeling.” — Odo (The Begotten)
  • “I suppose your gods are less vague?” — Kira
    • “Our gods are dead. Ancient Klingon warriors slew them a millenium ago.” — Worf
    • “I guess I’ll never understand Klingons.” — Kira
    • “Don’t worry Major. Nobody does.” … [whispered] “They like it that way.” — O’Brien
  • “There’s an old saying, Fortune favors the bold. Well, I guess we’re about to find out.” — Sisko (Sacrifice of Angels)

Voyager

  • “At ease, Ensign, before you sprain something” — Janeway (Caretaker)
  • “Mr. Vulcan, nice to meet you!” — Neelix (Caretaker)
  • “Dimissed” — Janeway
    • [stands there dumbfounded] “B…but..” — Neelix
    • “That’s Starfleet for get out” — Janeway (The Cloud)
  • “Why pretend we’re going home at all when all we’re really going to do isinvestigate every cubic millimter of this quadrant, aren’t we?” — The Doctor (The Cloud)
  • “I don’t like threats, I don’t like bullies, and I don’t like you!” — Captain Janeway (State of Flux)
  • “Aha!” — The Doctor
    • “What?” — Torres
    • “The patient is sick” — The Doctor
    • “Can you be more specific?” — Torres
    • “To discuss the patient’s condition in front of the patient would be a serious breach of professional ettiquette… It’s been suggested that I cultivate a greater sensitivity to my patients’ needs” [leans around the bio scanner, smiles, speaks to the bioneural gel pack] “Don’t worry, my little friend” — The Doctor
    • “Doctor…” — Torres
    • “Very well… The biological component of the circuit device has an infection… a very contagious one” — The Doctor (Learning Curve)
  • “Crewman Garen; what is the problem up there? Keep going!” — Tuvok
    • “Maybe he’ll slip and plunge to his death…” — Crewman Chel (Learning Curve)
  • “Your first command together was less than successful. You are all dead” — Tuvok (Learning Curve)
  • “Well, Mr. Tuvok, once again you’ve proven your point. We are not Starfleet material” — Lt. Kenneth Dolby (Learning Curve)
  • “You are saying that the Maquis crew is rigid and inflexible. That they will never adjust to Starfleet rules” — Tuvok
    • “No, Mr. Vulcan. I am saying that you are rigid and inflexible…” — Neelix (Learning Curve)
  • “Get the cheese to sickbay!” — B’Elanna Torres (Learning Curve)
  • “…but understand this, Mr. Tuvok: I don’t want to get to know you, and I don’t want to be your friend” — Lt. Dolby (Learning Curve)
  • “I thought Starfleet rules said that was an unacceptable risk, going back to save him” — Lt. Dolby
    • “It was, however I recently realised there are times when it is desirable to bend the rules” — Tuvok
    • “Lieutenant, if you can learn to bend the rules, I guess we can learn to follow them” — Lt. Dolby (Learning Curve)
  • “It appears we have lost our sex appeal, Captain” — Tuvok (Elogium)
  • “Computer, delete Paris” — The Doctor
    • “What are you doing?!?” — Ensign Kim
    • “Computer, delete Kim” — The Doctor (Projections)
  • “Now’s as good a time as any to tell you. Your ceiling is hideous” — Neelix (Phage)
  • “Commander Chakotay was just showing me how to get in contact with my animal guide” — Janeway
    • “I hope you have better luck with yours than I had with mine” — B’Elanna
    • “B’Elanna is the only person I know who tried to kill her animal guide” — Chakotay (The Cloud)
  • “Whatever she wants us for it better be good. I had you right where I wanted you” — Chakotay
    • “What are you talking about? I was ahead, 19 – 7” — B’Elanna
    • “I was just lulling you into a false sense of security” — Chakotay
    • “Sure you were” — B’Elanna
    • “I’ll win the next couple of points and then you’ll start to tense up” — Chakotay
    • “I don’t tense up” — B’Elanna
    • “Easy, B’Elanna, it’s only hoverball” — Chakotay (Maneuvers)
  • “You’re taking this all very personally, aren’t you?” — B’Elanna
    • “Why shouldn’t I?” — Chakotay
    • “You are not responsible for what happened” — B’Elanna
    • “Oh no? I let her join the Maquis. I took her into my confidence. I even … got intimately involved with her” — Chakotay
    • “So you have lousy taste in women. Look, Chakotay, she fooled us all. She was my best friend or at least I thought” — B’Elanna
    • “I for one am through being manipulated by her” — Chakotay
    • “Are you sure? Because she’s affecting you. That’s just where she wants you. Don’t tense up” — B’Elanna
    • “So now I’m getting advice about controlling my emotions from you” — Chakotay (Maneuvers)
  • “The procedure is quite simple. I’ll drill an opening into your skull percisely two milimeters in diameter and then use a neuralyte probe to extract a sample of your parietal lobe weighing approximately one gram” — The Doctor
    • “It doesn’t sound simple to me. I still have nightmares about what those people did to me. And now you want to crack open my head, cut out a piece of my brain, and give it to her” — B’Elanna
    • “Your experience in the Vidiian prison suggests that Klingon DNA is resistant to the Phage. Losing a small amount of neural tissue is inconsequential” — The Doctor
    • “Not to me, it isn’t” — B’Elanna (Lifesigns)
  • “I’ve read about the experiments that were done on you. What you went through must have been very traumatic” — Denara
    • “That is an understatement” — B’Elanna (Lifesigns)
  • “You’re like me – a little of this a little of that” — Clown
    • [produces flowers which B’Elanna hits out of the way]
    • “My what a temper. That’s from your Mother’s side, isn’t it?” — Clown
    • [B’Elanna stares at him very coldly] (The Thaw)
  • “Cardassian ATR4017. Attempting to active systems” — Carassian computer voice
    • “I never thought I’d be glad to hear that voice again” — B’Elanna
    • “Voice analyzer functioning. Unable to identify” — Maquis computer voice
    • “Attempting to activate systems” — Carassian computer voice
    • “No additional presence detected” — Maquis computer voice
    • “Check those diagnostics Dreadnought. You’re talking to yourself. I believe you’re having an identity crisis” — B’Elanna (Dreadnought)
  • “Trouble sleeping, Captain?” — Q
    • [cold glare] “Get out” — Janeway (Deathwish)
  • “Denara?” — The Doctor
    • “Mmmhmmm?” — Denara
    • “I just wanted to ask you… I’m romantically attracted to you and wanted to know if you felt the same way…” — The Doctor (Lifesigns)
  • “I was just programmed by you predators” — The Doctor (Meld)
  • “Do you know what a Vulcan mind meld is?” — Tuvok
    • “It’s that thing where you grab someone’s head…” — Crewman Suiter (Meld)
  • “Your voice says to go away, but your heart wants me to make you smile!” — Neelix to Tuvok (Meld)
  • “You’re on your way to being normal — although I’m not sure how normal applies to a species who suppress all their emotions” — The Doctor (Meld)
  • “Computer, abort self destruct sequence; authorization Janeway, pi, 1, 1, 0” — Janeway (Dreadnought)
  • “Doctor, I forgot all about you!” — Janeway
    • “How flattering” — The Doctor (Dreadnought)
  • “I took the liberty of beaming Lieutenant Torres from the transporter room to sickbay. She’s somewhat singed around the edges, but should make a full recovery” — The Doctor (Dreadnought)
  • “Well, isn’t this just fine! Humans aren’t supposed to be in this quadrant for 100 years!” — Q (Death Wish)
  • “Facial art… ooh, how… wilderness of you!” — Q re Chakotay (Death Wish)
  • “This ship will not survive the formation of the cosmos!” — B’Elanna Torres (Death Wish)
  • “Where are we now?” — Janeway
    • “We seem to be tethered to some sort of… plant” — Tom Paris (Death Wish)
  • “I call myself to the stand” [snaps fingers] — Q
    • [there is a flash and a duplicate Q appears]
    • Tada!” — duplicate Q (Death Wish)
  • “One thing you have never been… is a liar” — Janeway
    • “I think you may have uncovered my one redeeming virtue! Am I blushing?” — Q (Death Wish)
  • [indignantly] “My pennance is ended. I am a born-again Q!” — Q (Death Wish)
  • “Can’t you see, Captain? For us, the disease is immortality” — other, suicidal Q (Death Wish)
  • May I see you in your chambers?” — Q
    • “You’ve been in my chambers enough for one visit, Sir” — Janeway (Death Wish)
  • “He called me irrepressible. This is a man who is truly irrepressible” — Q about the other Q (Death Wish)
  • “Is the crew always this difficult?” — Doctor
    • “I don’t know, Doc, it’s my first mission” — Kim (Caretaker)
  • “If we don’t get more power to the warp drive we’re all going to have to get out and push!” — Paris (Parallax)
  • “Seems I’ve found myself on the voyage of the damned” — Doctor (Time and Again)
  • “These people are natural born explorers” — Kes
    • “These people are natural born idiots” — Neelix (The Cloud)
  • “You were working for her, Seska was working for them, was anyone on that ship working for me?” — Chakotay (State of Flux)
  • “Mr. Kim, we’re Starfleet officers. Weird is part of the job” — Janeway (Deadlock)
  • “Fear exists for one purpose: to be conquered” — Janeway (The Thaw)
  • “This is the second morning you’ve been late” — Chakotay
    • “I’ll make up the time. It won’t happen again” — B’Elanna
    • “I’m not concerned about the duty schedule, B’Elannna. If there’s something wrong…” — Chakotay
    • “I’m fine” — B’Elanna
    • “Ah…You mean fine like when you insisted on finishing the Hoverball Championship with a broken ankle” — Chakotay
    • “I mean there’s nothing wrong. I was only late because…I’ve been having these dreams. They’re very intense. That’s all” — B’Elanna (Remember)
  • “So I assume I’m going to have to write up a report on your chronic over sleeping” — Chakotay
    • “If you say a word of this to anyone…” — B’Elanna
    • “I know you’ll rip my heart out and eat it raw. Your secret’s safe with me” — Chakotay (Remember)
  • [B’Elanna has just woken up and her hands and legs are tied together when two men walk in]
    • “Where are we?” — B’Elanna
    • “This one looks like an Indian, and that one…I don’t know what her story is” — Man #1
    • “What’s that thing on her head?” — Man #2
    • [B’Elanna doesn’t look very happy about this comment. He goes to touch B’Elanna’s forehead, she growls and lunges at him, and he jumps back]
    • “Careful, Bud. She looks like a fighter” — Man #1 (Future’s End Part 2)
  • “Sounds like you had a lot more fun out the Academy than I did. I remember doging a few punches in the lab” — B’Elanna
    • “Only you, B’Elanna, could start a brawl in Astrotheory 101” — Chakotay
    • [They laugh]
    • “I guess I was just a little more…enthusiastic, in those days” — B’Elanna
    • “I guess so” — Chakotay (Future’s End Part 2)
  • “We’d have to get jobs” — B’Elanna
    • “I’ve thought about pursueing Archaeology full time. Maybe I could teach at a university or work on one of the important digs in Central America. There were still a lot a important discoverys to be made in this century. I could win a Nobel prize” — Chakotay
    • “So much for a low profile” — B’Elanna
    • [They both laugh]
    • “What about you?” — Chakotay
    • “Highly qualified Klingon seeks position as engineer” — B’Elanna
    • “I’d hire you in a second” — Chakotay (Future’s End Part 2)
  • “Well Kathryn, you got us home.” — Chakotay
    • “Right place, wrong time.” — Janeway (Future’s End Pt. I)
  • “Ever since my first day on the job as a Starfleet Captian, I swore I’d never let myself get caught in one of these Godforsaken paradoxes. The past is the future, the future is the past, it all gives me a headache.” — Janeway (Future’s End Pt. I)
  • “Vulcans. Deep down your all just a bunch of hypercondriacs.” — Paris (Future’s End Pt. I)
  • “Tuvok, did anyone ever tell you your a real freakasaurus?” — Paris (Future’s End Pt. II)
  • “And *you*…Mr. Leisure Suit…” — Rain Robinson
    • “There’s a name I haven’t considered…” — The Doctor (Future’s End Pt. II)
  • “We need to talk about this…I think we need to define some paramaters…about us.” — Janeway
    • “I’m not sure I can…define peramaters. But I can tell you a story, an acient legend among my people. Its about an angry warrior who lived his life in conflict with the rest of his tribe, a man who couldn’t find peace even with the help of his spirit guide. For years he stuggled with his discontent, but the only satisfaction he ever got came when he was in battle. This made him a hero among his tribe, but the warrior still longed for peace within himself. One day he and his war party were captured by a neighboring tribe, lead by a woman warrior. She called on him to join her, because her tribe was too small and weak to defend itself from all its enimies. The woman warrior was brave, and beautiful, and very wise. The angry warrior swore to himself that he would stay by her side, doing whatever he could to make her burden lighter. From that point on her needs would come first; and in that way, the warrior began to know the true meaning of peace.” — Chakotay
    • “Is that really an ancient legend?” — Janeway
    • “No…but that made it easier to say.” — Chakotay (Resolutions)
  • “God in heaven help us.” — Ugly Militia Man
    • “Devine intervention is… unlikley.” — The Doctor (Future’s End Pt. II)
  • “Oh, I see! This is one of those silly human rituals. You’re playing hard to get!” — Q
    • “As far as you’re concerned, Q, I’m impossible to get.” — Janeway
    • Goody! A challenge! This is going to be fun!” — Q (The Q and the Grey)
  • “You’re in love with a computer subroutine.” — Tuvok
    • [awkwardly] “That’s the problem.” — Kim
    • [long pause] “Interesting.” — Tuvok (Alter Ego)
  • “Well?” — Female Q, impatiently
    • “Well what?” — B’Elanna
    • “Are you finished yet?” — Female Q
    • “What you’ve asked us to do requires a complete reconfiguration of the shield array. It takes a while. For us mere mortals, that is.” — B’Elanna
    • “Surely there’s some way you could speed up the process.” — Female Q
    • “If you’re in such a hurry, why don’t you just snap your fingers and do it yourself? [snaps fingers in imitation of a Q] Oh, that’s right. You’ve lost your powers and you need our help.” — B’Elanna
    • “I don’t think you understand. It’s imperiative that I get back to the coninuum before Q mates with your captain.” — Female Q
    • “I understand perfectly. You aren’t the first female who’s ever had a male run out on her.” — B’Elanna
    • “I hope your not comparing some failed romance in your pityful existence to my eternal association with Q?” — Female Q
    • “You know, I have really had it with this superiority complex of yours.” — B’Elanna
    • “It’s not a complex, Dear. It’s a fact.” — Female Q
    • “Well, here’s another fact: If you don’t stop pestering me I’m never going to finish. In which your association with Q may not be quite as eternal as you think.” — B’Elanna, angrily
    • “You know, I’ve always liked Klingon females. You’ve got such… spunk.” — Female Q
    • [B’Elanna gives her a look that could make the most powerful Q cringe] — (The Q and the Grey)
  • “Well, so much for lunch.” — Paris
    • [B’Elanna looks a little nauseous and winces at the thought of food and from pain]
    • “I may never look at food again.” — B’Elanna, weakly
    • “I thought Klingons didn’t get nauseated. You have a redundant stomach.” — Paris
    • “Well, right now they’re both unhappy.” — B’Elanna
    • [B’Elanna gasps in pain as two of the macrovirii fly out of her neck, and loses conciousness] — (Macrocosm)
  • “There’s coffee in that nebula!” — Janeway (The Cloud)
  • “What are you doing with that dog?” — Female Q
    • [Q and Janeway look at the dog in Janeway’s lap]
    • “I’m not talking about the puppy.” — Female Q (The Q and the Gray)
  • “Your uniform is very… informative.” — The Doctor, to Seven of Nine (episode?)
  • “A stranger is a friend you just haven’t met yet.” — Captain Kathryn Janeway (Fair Haven)