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Two lives that once part are as ships that divide.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
In communities where men build ships for their own sons to fish or fight from, quality is never a problemMore [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
A ship in harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
If you want to launch big ships you have to go where the water is deep.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Peter Gibbons: You see Bob, it's not that I'm lazy, it's that I just don't care.
Bob Porter: Don't... don't care?
Peter Gibbons: It's a problem of motivation, all right? Now if I work my ass off and Initech ships a few extra units, I don't see another dime, so where's the motivation? And here's another thing, I have eight different bosses right now.
Bob Porter: Eight?
Peter Gibbons: Eight, Bob. So that means when I make a mistake, I have eight different people coming by to tell me about it. That's my only real motivation is not to be hassled, that, and the fear of losing my job. But you know, Bob, that will only make someone work just hard enough not to get fired. More [07/25/2005 12:07:00]
Like 600 other sea ships in a convoy. You never knew what you carried. You could have been carrying potatoes, which of course we weren't, or you could have been carrying explosives.More [04/06/2006 12:04:00]
And you saw those ships go up. Boy,Coney Island never had fireworks like that. And all those men died.More [04/06/2006 12:04:00]
It was a great experience for a kid, because it was a bunch of kids playing on pirate ships and water slides, so looking back on it, it was the fondest experience of my childhood.More [04/23/2006 12:04:00]
Jack Sparrow: I know those cannons. It's the Pearl.
Man in Jail: The Black Pearl? I've heard stories. She's been preying on ships and settlements for near ten years. Never leaves any survivors.
Jack Sparrow: No survivors? Then where do the stories come from, I wonder?More [02/19/2007 12:02:00]
Mr. Mercer: The last of our ships is returned.
Lord Cutler Beckett: Is there any news on the chest?
Mr. Mercer: None. But one of the ships did pick up a man adrift at sea.
[drops the Letters of Marque on the desk]
Mr. Mercer: He had these.
[Beckett opens the letter to look at it before looking up at Norrington]
Norrington: I took the liberty of filling in my name.
Lord Cutler Beckett: If you intend to claim these, then you must have something to trade. Do you have the Compass?
Norrington: [shakes his head] Better.
[tosses a bag onto Beckett's desk]
Norrington: The heart of Davey Jones.More [02/19/2007 12:02:00]
Elrond: You ride to war, but not to victory. Sauron's armies march on Minas Tirith, this you know. But in secret he sends another force which will attack from the river. A fleet of Corsairs ships sails from the south. They reach the city in two days.More [03/21/2007 12:03:00]
Agamemnon: I see you're not hiding behind your high walls. Valiant of you. Ill-advised, but valiant.
Hector: You come here uninvited. Go back to your ships and go home.
Agamemnon: We've come too far, Prince Hector.
Menelaus: Prince? What prince? What son of a king would accept a man's hospitality, eat his food, drink his wine, embrace him in friendship, and then steal his wife in the middle of the night?
Paris: The sun was shining when your wife left you.
Menelaus: She's up there, watching, isn't she? Good. I want her to watch you die.
Agamemnon: Not yet, brother. Look around you, Hector. I brought all the warriors of Greece to your shores.
Nestor: You can still save Troy, young prince.
Agamemnon: I have two wishes. If you grant them, no more of your people need die. First, you must give Helen back to my brother. Second, Troy must submit to my command, to fight for me whenever I call.
Hector: You want me to look upon your army and tremble? Well I see them. I see 50,000 men brought here to fight for one man's greed.
Agamemnon: Careful boy, my mercy has limits.
Hector: And I've seen the limits of your mercy and I tell you now, no son of Troy will ever submit to a foreign ruler.
Agamemnon: Then every son of Troy shall die.More [03/23/2007 12:03:00]
Batty: I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhauser gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to die.More [04/06/2007 12:04:00]
Bud Gerber: You know what they're calling this bond drive? The Mighty Seventh. They might've called it the "We're Flat Fucking Broke And Can't Even Afford Bullets So We're Begging For Your Pennies" bond drive, but it didn't have quite the ring. They could've called it that, though, because the last four bond drives came up so short we just printed money instead. Ask any smart boy on Wall Street, he'll tell you our dollar is next to worthless, we've borrowed so much. And nobody is lending any more. Ships aren't being built, tanks aren't being built, machine guns, bazookas, hand grenades, zip. You think this is a farce? You want to go back to your buddies? Well stuff some rocks in your pockets before you get on the plane, because that's all we got left to throw at the Japanese. And don't be surprised if your plane doesn't make it off the runway, because the fuel dumps are empty. And our good friends, the Arabs, are only taking bullion. If we don't raise $14 billion, and that's million with a "B," this war is over by the end of the month. We make a deal with the Japanese, we give whatever they want and we come home, because you've seen them fight, and they sure as shit ain't giving up. $14 billion! The last three drives didn't make that much all together.More [04/23/2007 12:04:00]
Elizabeth Swann: You all listen to me! LISTEN! The other ships will still be looking to us, the Black Pearl to lead, and what will they see? Frightened bilgerats aboard a derelict ship? No, they will see free men and freedom! And the enemy will see the flash of our canons and they will hear the ringing of our swords and they will know what we can do! With the sweat of our brow and the strength of our backs and the courage in our hearts! Gentlemen, Hoist the Colours...More [05/31/2007 12:05:00]
Bane: What's that for?
Maggie: To help you relax. To make it easier for you to remember.
Bane: What if I don't want to remember?
Maggie: Why would you want that?
Bane: What if I blew that EMP? What if I did destroy those ships and I am responsible for the deaths of all those men? If I did that, it wouldn't be very safe for me here, would it?
[Bane stabs her]
Bane: Of course, it might not be very safe for you, either.More [07/15/2007 12:07:00]
Peter "Weps" Ince: [answers the private phone] Weaps.
Hunter: Weaps. This is Hunter. Listen to me.
Peter "Weps" Ince: Where are you?
Hunter: Do'nt worry about where I am. Listen, we have other ships that can handle this, you ca'nt be influenced by the captain or anybody else, you have to make up your own mind.
Peter "Weps" Ince: [hears a beep] Con, Weapons. Missles will be ready to launch in 4 minutes.
Hunter: Listen Weaps, listen Weaps, do'nt do this. Do'nt do this Weaps, once we launch, they can not come back, they can not come back Weaps, and you know the reprocations if we're wrong, goddamnit. Weaps, if we fire now, we'll be firing when we're blind and crippled, you understand that?
Peter "Weps" Ince: Where the fuck are you?
Hunter: Do not remove the firing trigger! Do not open that safe Weaps. We're counting you, it is up to YOU now Weaps. It's up to you.
[Hangs up]
Peter "Weps" Ince: [to a petty officer] Mind your fucking pannel!More [07/16/2007 12:07:00]
Mulligan: [the remaining six survivors are in the galley. Mulligan closes a hatch door] I say we stay right here!
Trillian St. James: Are you insane?
Pantucci: No man, he's right. There's plenty of food here. We can hold out til they rescue us.
Canton: They're right. This is the galley for the crew. It was built almost entirely air tight in case of fire. With these hatches closed there's no way those things could get in here.
Hanover: You wanna wind up in jail, Mulligan?
Mulligan: Better there than in the belly of one of those things
Finnegan: [Finnegans head for the hatch] I don't know about you, but I'm gonna keep on goin'. It's our only chance.
Mulligan: [Points his gun at him and keeps him away from the door] Back off. They're wiping us out one at a time. I say we make a stand. Right here. Right now.
Pantucci: The whole damn ships infested Finnegan. We're not gonna make it back to the boat anyway.
Finnegan: I'm not staying down here and that's a fact. Now back off that hatch.
Mulligan: [Hold the gun up to Finnegan's face] I'll do it. I'll do it. I swear to god I'll kill you! I'm not murking about.
Pantucci: Don't get hasty, man.More [08/23/2007 12:08:00]
Stevie Wayne: I don't know what happened to Antonio Bay tonight. Something came out of the fog and tried to destroy us. In one moment, it vanished. But if this has been anything but a nightmare, and if we don't wake up to find ourselves safe in our beds, it could come again. To the ships at sea who can hear my voice, look across the water, into the darkness. Look for the fog.More [11/15/2007 12:11:00]
Ole Golly: The time has come, the walrus said...
Harriet M. Welsch: To talk of many things...
Ole Golly: Of shoes and ships and ceiling wax...
Harriet M. Welsch: Of cabbages and kings...
Ole Golly: And why the sea is boiling hot...
Harriet M. Welsch: And whether pigs have wings!
Ole Golly: Do you have any wings?
Harriet M. Welsch: Yeah.
Ole Golly: [starts "spanking" her] Yeah? Let me see 'em!
Harriet M. Welsch: [laughing] Ow! Ow! Child abuse! Child abuse!
Ole Golly: You wanna see child abuse? Take that! And that!More [02/08/2008 12:02:00]
Jeffrey Pelt: It would be well for your government to consider that having your ships and ours, your aircraft and ours, in such proximity... is inherently DANGEROUS. Wars have begun that way, Mr. Ambassador.More [04/05/2008 12:04:00]
Seaman Jones: Conn, sonar! Crazy Ivan!
Capt. Bart Mancuso: All stop! Quick quiet!
[the ships engines are shut down completely]
Beaumont: What's goin' on?
Seaman Jones: Russian captains sometime turn suddenly to see if anyone's behind them. We call it "Crazy Ivan." The only thing you can do is go dead. Shut everything down and make like a hole in the water.
Beaumont: So what's the catch?
Seaman Jones: The catch is, a boat this big doesn't exactly stop on a dime... and if we're too close, we'll drift right into the back of him.More [04/05/2008 12:04:00]
Captain Paul Eddington: Egan, you just don't understand the love affairs between ships and sailors.More [04/13/2008 12:04:00]
[talking about how they both slept with the same woman]
Indiana Jones: It's disgraceful, you're old enough to be her... her grandfather.
Professor Henry Jones: Well, I'm as human as the next man.
Indiana Jones: Dad, I *was* the next man.
Professor Henry Jones: Oh... ships that pass in the night.More [04/15/2008 12:04:00]
Thorne: You know, Joe, when our forefathers came to this country, they burned their ships on the shore. There was no turning back.More [06/28/2008 12:06:00]
Gabe: As I held onto Rosemary Telesco for dear life, we both knew the truth. She was going off to camp and eventually, private school. We were on different roads, she and me. Two ships that passed in Sheep Meadow.More [07/29/2008 12:07:00]
Maj. Werner Pluskat: [on the phone again] You know those five thousand ships you say the Allies haven't got? Well, they've got them!More [08/10/2008 12:08:00]
Yuri Orlov: The reason I'll be released is the same reason you think I'll be convicted. I *do* rub shoulders with some of the most vile, sadistic men calling themselves leaders today. But some of these men are the enemies of *your* enemies. And while the biggest arms dealer in the world is your boss - the President of the United States, who ships more merchandise in a day than I do in a year - sometimes it's embarrassing to have his fingerprints on the guns. Sometimes he needs a freelancer like me to supply forces he can't be seen supplying. So. You call me evil, but unfortunately for you, I'm a necessary evil.More [08/12/2008 12:08:00]
Nigel Hartley:
I'm sorry there should be this sort of atmosphere. After all, we're only ships that pass in the night.



Broughton:
Hmmm. Do you want a drink, or will you pass now?



Aga Ben Dragore:
[as the romantic Kaney is making tea for the household] Six cups? That's just... just four too many.


[Grabbing her hand]



Aga Ben Dragore:
Eh?



Kaney:
Tell me about Egypt. Have you ever seen a shiek?



Aga Ben Dragore:
[Imperiously folding his arms a la Valentino] I am one!



Kaney:
[Shocked] What?

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[Byam enters the courtroom and sees that the midshipman's dirk on the table points toward him; he knows that he has been condemned to death]



Lord Hood:
Have you anything to say before the sentence of this court is passed upon you?


[long pause]



Byam:
Milord, much as I desire to live, I'm not afraid to die. Since I first sailed on the Bounty over four years ago, I've know how men can be made to suffer worse things than death, cruelly, beyond duty, beyond necessity.


[turns to Captain Bligh]



Byam:
Captain Bligh, you've told your story of mutiny on the Bounty, how men plotted against you, seized your ship, cast you adrift in an open boat, a great venture in science brought to nothing, two British ships lost. But there's another story, Captain Bligh, of ten cocoanuts and two cheeses. A story of a man who robbed his seamen, cursed them, flogged them, not to punish but to break their spirit. A story of greed and tyranny, and of anger against it, of what it cost.


[turns to Lord Hood]



Byam:
One man, milord, would not endure such tyranny.


[turns again to Captain Bligh]



Byam:
That's why you hounded him. That's why you hate him, hate his friends. And that's why you're beaten. Fletcher Christian's still free.


[back to Lord Hood]



Byam:
Christian lost, too, milord. God knows he's judged himself more harshly than you could judge him.


[turns to Fletcher Christian's father]



Byam:
I say to his father, "He was my friend. No finer man ever lived."


[addresses the court again]



Byam:
I don't try to justify his crime, his mutiny, but I condemn the tyranny that drove 'im to it. I don't speak here for myself alone or for these men you condemn. I speak in their names, in Fletcher Christian's name, for all men at sea. These men don't ask for comfort. They don't ask for safety. If they could speak to you they'd say, "Let us choose to do our duty willingly, not the choice of a slave, but the choice of free Englishmen." They ask only the freedom that England expects for every man. If one man among you believe that - *one man* - he could command the fleets of England, He could sweep the seas for England. If he called his men to their duty not by flaying their backs, but by lifting their hearts... their... That's all.

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Mrs. Agatha Mogan:
You should be taken home and spanked! What kind of man is this Captain January to allow you to run around?



Helen:
Cap's the finest man in the whole world! See that lighthouse down there? Well, Cap owns it... He saved a million ships in his day.



Mrs. Agatha Mogan:
You go right home and tell him I'm coming to have a talk with him.



Helen:
Yes, mam. I'll bet SHE can't spit a curve in the wind.



Mrs. Agatha Mogan:
Don't be impudent!



Helen:
I didn't mean to be! -Cap always tells me to be polite to old ladies.

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Helen:
Can you stop polishing and help me study for my school examination?



Capt. January:
In a minute, honey. Ships and lives depend on this light being just so. Suppose this light had been out on the night you washed ashore, where would you be then?



Helen:
Asleep in the deep.

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Toni Pellerin:
Look! A rainbow! Oh, Grandfather says there's a pot of gold at the end.



Ferdinand de Lesseps:
One end in the Mediterranean and the other in the Red Sea. What a pot of gold for the world if they could be joined: the Red Sea and the Mediterranean. Look, Toni! That water in the old gulf. Just as it was centuries ago, when the Phoenicians sailed through. Can you imagine ships sailing right through here where we're standing?



Toni Pellerin:
Ships?



Ferdinand de Lesseps:
Yes. Not ancient galleys but modern ships, steamers, sailing a short trade route to the East. It could be done: no elevations, no rock formations, just a simple sand... ditch. (Heh heh heh. And I was told I was going to dig ditches.) There's fate in this, Toni. Something sent me here to Egypt when I didn't want to come, kept me here when I wanted to leave. I thought it was a dead end, has been up to now. But I can make this -- I can make this spot that we're standing on the crossroads of the Earth. Why, think of it, Toni, a canal stretching through to the Mediterranean, open to the ships of all nations! It could be done, and I can do it. I was looking for a way to serve France, and I think... I think I've found a way to serve the world.

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Dr. Josiah Boone:
[drunkenly to his hideous landlady upon eviction] Is this the face that wrecked 1000 ships and burned the towerless tops of Illium? Farewell, fair Helen.

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[first lines]



King Philip II:
The riches of the New World are limitless, and the New World is ours - with our ships carrying the Spanish flag on seven seas, our armies sweeping over Africa, the Near East, and the Far West; invincible everywhere... but on our own doorstep. Only northern Europe holds out against us; why? Tell me, why?

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[last lines]



Queen Elizabeth:
And now, my loyal subjects, a grave duty confronts us all: To prepare our nation for a war that none of us wants, least of all your queen. We have tried by all means in our power to avert this war. We have no quarrel with the people of Spain or of any other country; but when the ruthless ambition of a man threatens to engulf the world, it becomes the solemn obligation of all free men to affirm that the earth belongs not to any one man, but to all men, and that freedom is the deed and title to the soil on which we exist. Firm in this faith, we shall now make ready to meet the great armada that Philip sends against us. To this end, I pledge you ships - ships worthy of our seamen - a mighty fleet, hewn out of the forests of England; a navy foremost in the world - not only in our time, but for generations to come.



Carl Pitt:
[leading a cheer] To England, and the Queen!

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Jim Gordon:
[following Hap's medical examination] Come on in, Hap... I gotta hand you one on the chin, but I'd rather it came from me than from anybody else: You're through flying.



Hap Smith:
The doctor said I'd out-live Confucius.



Jim Gordon:
Sure, if you stay on the ground... I can't send a man out there who doesn't know whether he's flying upside down or not! Take a look at that eye chart; your depth perception's a mile off! I know you've been gunning 'em since they were box-kites with broomsticks for rudders. But you gotta believe me, I'm doin' this for you! You've been close-winging in formation, overshooting your landings...



Hap Smith:
[sounding as if he might cry] You don't have to say any more!... What else COULD I do around here?



Jim Gordon:
Well, taking care of these ships on the ground is just as important as gunning them upstairs. I need a man I can trust for that... I wish you'd take that job, Hap.

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Woman:
You wanna help the United Nations, don't ya? You want those ships and planes roll off the assembly line, don't ya? You want those Nazis and Japs bombed off the earth, don't ya?



Porky Pig:
I h-hate Hitl-Hitl-Shicklegruber and Toj-Toj...



Woman:
Then mind my kid. Here, this might help you.


[Gives Porky a book]



Porky Pig:
[Reads cover] Ch-Ch-Child Psychology.



Woman:
Now I can go weld planes. We gotta have planes, you know.


[acts like a plane taking off, then flies off like one]



Porky Pig:
S-Say, she's a character.

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[Sergeant Royal rummages through a murdered miner's personal effects]



Sgt. Christopher Royal:
There's nothing much to help here. The only unusual thing is an ancient Chinese coin.



Skagway Kate:
Chinese it may be, but I wouldn't give you a drink for it. It's got a hole in in it.



'Oldtimer' Meggs:
Let me see that coin. You know, there's an old story about a treasure ship belonging to a Chinese emperor. Came ashore in these parts looking for treasure. That was way back in the dark ages.



Sgt. Christopher Royal:
I know that yarn! The treasure ship of Genghis Kahn...



'Oldtimer' Meggs:
Yeah, that's the fella.



Skagway Kate:
Well, if all the legends about Genghis Kahn were true, his ships landed everywhere in the world before Columbus was born.

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Walrus:
The time has come, my little friends, to talk of other things / Of shoes and ships and sealing wax, of cabbages and kings / And why the sea is boiling hot, and whether pigs have wigs / Calloo, Callay, come run away / With the cabbages and kings.

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Capt. David O'Keefe:
[waking up to see a gun being pointed at him] Why am I being killed?



Bob Harris:
I'm an old sea hand, O'Keefe. I've taken women aboard ships myself.



Capt. David O'Keefe:
You're wrong, Harris. I want to marry her.



Bob Harris:
To save your life!



Capt. David O'Keefe:
If that's what you think, you better pull the trigger!



Bob Harris:
You do love her?



Capt. David O'Keefe:
And I'll make her a good husband!



Bob Harris:
[lowers his gun] Be good to her.

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[Prince Roland's capture of the Spanish supply ships are not without casualties]



Prince Roland:
We grow smaller with each victory.

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John Dodge:
I don't want a story just about ships and planes. I want it about the men who run them - how they live and think and talk. I want it from a pen dipped in salt water, not dry martinis.

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[Lt. Barbara Duran climbing down a ships ladder]



Lt. Barbara Duran, RN:
Am I uh, going down right?



Lt. Cmdr. Matt T. Sherman:
Is she going down right?



Lt. Watson:
She sure is.

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court-martial judge:
Your methods, so far as this court can discern, show what we shall cautiously term an excess of zeal. We cannot condemn zeal. We cannot rebuke an officer who has administered discipline according to the articles of war but the articles are fallible, as any articles are bound to be. No code can cover all contingencies. We cannot put justice aboard our ships in books. Justice and decency are carried in the heart of the captain, or they be not aboard. It is for this reason that the Admiralty has always sought to appoint its officers from the ranks of gentlemen. The court regrets to note that the appointment of Captain William Bligh was, in that respect, a failure.

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Captain Bligh:
The king's navy will not rest until every mutineer is captured and executed. Wherever you go, wherever you hide a thousand ships will search you out.

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Man:
It's like building a house in the water when ships exist. Why insist on a house?



Woman:
You want to go home too.

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[first lines]



Narrator:
The year: 2020. The Moon has been explored and colonized and the next space goal is about to be reached - the first landing by on the planet Venus. Scientists profoundly hope that life, similar to that on Earth, may be found on this planet where so many physical conditions are like our own. Three rocket ships of an international expedition - the Sirius, Vega and Capella, after having successfully traveled 200 million miles are in the final stages of their journey...

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Spock:
We'll never reach an Earth base with him aboard. You heard the mathematics of it. In a month, he'll have as much in common with us as we'd have with a ship full of white mice.



Capt. Kirk:
I need a recommendation, not vague warnings.



Spock:
Recommendation one: there's a planet a few light days away from here, Delta Vega. It has a lithium cracking station; we may be able to adapt some of its power packs to our engines.



Capt. Kirk:
And if we can't? We'll be trapped in orbit there. We haven't enough power to blast back out.



Spock:
It is the only possible way to get Mitchell off this ship.



Capt. Kirk:
If you mean strand Mitchell there, I won't do it! That station is fully automated; there's not a soul on the whole planet. Even the ore ships call only once every 20 years!



Spock:
Then you have one other choice: kill Mitchell while you still can.



Capt. Kirk:
[offended] Get out of here.



Spock:
It is your only other choice, assuming you make it while you still have time!



Capt. Kirk:
Will you try, for one moment, to feel? At least act like you got a heart! We're talking about Gary!



Spock:
The captain of the Valiant probably felt the same way, and he waited too long to make his decision. I think we've both guessed that.



Capt. Kirk:
[drained] Set course for Delta Vega.

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Doctor Faustus:
[speaking about Helen of Troy] Was this the face that launched a thousand ships and burnt the topless towers of Illium? Sweet Helen, make me immortal with a kiss!

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Lieutenant Kaminsky:
[to Captain John Earle, who demanded confirmation of the attack before doing anything] You wanted confirmation, Captain? Take a look! There's your confirmation!


[Earle, horrified, looks out and sees several ships in flames]

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Archie:
Hey, Kiddo, do the cockroaches come over here on the big ships or do they fly nowadays?



Stephanie:
I think the American ones are born here.



Archie:
Don't be fresh.

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Archie Bunker:
We was like two ships that clashed in the night.

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[sung]



Edward Rutledge:
Mollasses to rum/ to slaves/ Who sails the ships back to Boston/ laden with gold, see it gleam? Whose fortunes are made/ in the triangle trade/ hail slavery! The New England dream. Mr. Adams, I give you a toast: Hail Boston! Hail Charleston! Who stinketh... the most?

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Officer Cass:
Our scout ships have reached Dantooine. They found the remains of a Rebel base, but they estimate that it has been deserted for some time. They are now conducting an extensive search of the surrounding systems.



Governor Tarkin:
[referring to Leia] She lied. She *lied* to us.



Darth Vader:
I told you she would never consciously betray the Rebellion.



Governor Tarkin:
Terminate her. Immediately.

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Han Solo:
Han Solo. I'm captain of the Millennium Falcon. Chewie here tells me you're lookin' for passage to the Alderaan system?



Obi-Wan:
Yes indeed, if it's a fast ship.



Han Solo:
Fast ship? You've never heard of the Millennium Falcon?



Obi-Wan:
Should I have?



Han Solo:
It's the ship that made the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs. I've outrun Imperial starships. Not the local bulk cruisers mind you, I'm talking about the big Corellian ships now. She's fast enough for you old man. What's the cargo?



Obi-Wan:
Only passengers. Myself, the boy, two droids... and no questions asked.



Han Solo:
[chuckles] What is it? Some kind of local trouble?



Obi-Wan:
Let's just say we'd like to avoid any Imperial entanglements.

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Princess Leia:
[as the ships approach] Here they come.



Luke:
They're coming in too fast!

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Apollo:
No way those guys can outfight us without a 10-to-1 margin.



Zac:
Apollo, look at your scanner...


[a solid wall of Cylon ships is chasing them]



Apollo:
No, but 1,000-to-1, that's not fair.

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[a furious King Draco contacts Kane via hologram]



Draco:
What in the name of the realm is going on? You are attacking while my ships are still hours away?



Kane:
I'm... just following orders, sir.



Draco:
And just whose orders were you following?



Kane:
Your daughter's, sir.



Draco:
And did she order our ships to disintegrate as they enter battle? If either of you survive this greatest debacle our realm has known, you will answer to me!

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[under the personal command of Baltar, an enormous armada of Cylon raiders attacks the Colonial Fleet]



Count Baltar:
[from the command seat of a Cylon raider] This time the Galactica hasn't a chance. Concentrate our fighters on the Galactica's landing bays! Her warriors won't be able to refuel, reload, or land!


[Cylon raiders converge on the Galactica's Alpha flight bay and one breaks through the bay's force field and punches into the interior wall, exploding into a raging fire]



Flight Cpl. Omega:
Fire in the bay.



Cmdr. Adama:
Danmage report.



Flight Cpl. Omega:
It's out of control. Alpha Bay is completely cut off.


[Cylon raiders blast away at the Galactica and the Fleet's civilian ships as the Galactica's viper squadrons fight back]



Count Baltar:
Continue leading her warriors away from the main fleet. They can't stay aloft using full battle thrusters for very long.



Cylon Centurion:
A word of caution. We too are expending great amounts of fuel in a sustained attack.


[Baltar's raider joins a Cylon phalanx as it shoots down several vipers directly ahead]



Count Baltar:
Yes, but we have a place to land, they do not, or WILL not before long.


[the Galactica continues to take Cylon fire as the battlestar Pegasus, undetected by Cylon forces, is maneuvering into position]



Col. Tolan:
We are running parallel to the attacking Cylons on their rear flank, but the Galactica's reporting heavy damage to her landing bays.


[Commander Cain studies the main scanner]



Cmdr. Cain:
Bring her around sixty degrees. We're going in.

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