Discussion in 'Star Trek: Enterprise' started by cooleddie74, May 26, 2009.
Archer: "Is he going to die?"
Phlox: Not necessarily.
Archer: "Let me get this straight: You're going to disconnect this man from life-support, even though he could live? Where's the logic in that?"
Soval: Klaang's culture finds honor in death. If they saw him like this, he'd be disgraced.
Generic Vulcan Asshole: "They are a warrior race. They dream of dying in battle. If you understood the complexities of interstellar diplomacy you-"
Archer: So that's your diplomatic solution, to do what they tell you. Pull the plug?
Generic Vulcan Asshole: "Your methaphor is crude... But accurate."
Archer: "We may be crude but we're not murderers."
"You're not going to let them do this are you?"
Soval: "The Klingons have demanded that we return Klaang immediatly."
Archer: (to Forrest, growing more irritated) "Admiral?"
Admiral Forrest: "We may need to defer to their judgement."
Archer: We've been deferring to their judgment for a hundred years!
Admiral Forrest: "Jon!"
Archer: "How much longer?!?"
T'Pol: Until you've proven you're ready.
Archer: "Ready to what?"
T'Pol: "To look beyond your provincial attitudes and volatile nature."
Archer: "Volatile? You have no idea how much I'm restraining myself from knocking you on your ass!"
(Turning to Forrest)
Archer: "These Klingons, they're anxious to get their man back, fine. I can have my ship ready to go in three days. We'll take him home: alive."
Soval: This is no time to be imposing your ethical beliefs.
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