Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by LeadHead, Jun 29, 2011.
RAIN: Oh, right. I forgot. But you said secret agent and nobody says secret agent. And you do that a lot. You get things not quite right, like you don't belong here.
PARIS: Rain, you're fantasizing.
RAIN: And you're insulting my intelligence! Yesterday I picked up a UFO in orbit, today my life is completely out of control, so don't think I'm too stupid to notice.
PARIS: I apologize.
PARIS: Would you also accept that there are lives at stake here? The more you keep asking me questions the more difficult you make things for everybody.
RAIN: I'll try.
PARIS: So, why'd you become an astronomer?
RAIN: My brother had a telescope, a little refractor. You could barely see in the tree house next door actually, but it was enough. It was enough to see the rings of Saturn. I remember, I remember I used to think that they looked like jewels from a pirate's treasure. All I ever wanted since then was to reach up and touch them.
TUVOK: Good morning.
RAIN: Agent Tuvok, what's up?
TUVOK: Breakfast is "up". Have you made any progress?
Tom: I think so.
RAIN: Chili burritos, foot long hot dogs and Goliath gulps. This is not a breakfast, this is an afternoon at Dodger Stadium.
Tuvok: And that is a non Sequitor, would you please hand me a burrito?
RAIN: Everything you guys do is just a little bit off.
The radio sparks.
Paris: These things are kind of... crude. So much for sending a locator signal.
TUVOK: There is another option.
Paris: The radio dish at the observatory. We could use the same setup-
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