Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by Belz..., Jun 2, 2013.
Sisko: I'm not Picard.
Deep Space Nine: Q-Less
I started rooting for Garak in DS9 after he said that.
For me, too. And De Kelley's delivery of this speech was just sublime.
Another favorite, from Charlie X, when Kirk tells Charlie: "There are a million things you can have in this universe and a million things that you can't have. It's no fun facing that, but that's the way things are!"
Spock: I am expressing multiple attitudes simultaneously. To which are you referring?
Kirk: Mr. Chekov, did you break my ship?
Here's a great conversation concerning the transporter.
Pulaski: Captain, if this hadn't worked? If...
Picard: It would have been necessary to beam your energy into empty space.
Pulaski: Why should I be concerned about having my atoms spread across the galaxy? I imagine that's what's going to happen every time I get into the damn thing.
"Unnatural Selection" TNG
How about this one which sums up Spock and Kirk
Edith Keeler to Spock: "You? At his side. As if you've always been there and always will. "
I actually liked Pulaski a lot more than Crusher. Maybe it's because I started watching TNG during the second season, but although she's a poor man's McCoy, she has more personality than Beverley, who basically never did anything except being the ship's doctor.
Didn't Pulaski save Picard's life? But I digress.
And have beautiful hair.
My current favorite line is my sig.
^^^That actually is a pretty powerful quote. It shows just how pathetic and desperate that character is.
PICARD: Headache. Headache. Surely you know what a headache is.
CRUSHER: Of course. But I don't often encounter them.
From "The Battle" (TNG). I find that one hilarious, because, sure, The Federation has very advanced medecine, but in order to eliminate headaches you'd have to alter the human body, which means genetic engineering, a big no-no in the Trek universe.
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