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from "Star Trek: Voyager" (1995)

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"Star Trek: Voyager: The Disease (#5.17)" (1999)
[Kim is having an unauthorized affair with Tal, an alien female]
Harry Kim: I'm violating about half a dozen regulations by just being in this room. And what we did earlier... I don't know if Starfleet even has a regulation for that.

Harry Kim: Seven, you've been around humans for a while now. What do you think about... love?
Seven of Nine: We're scanning for microfractures. I don't see the relevance.
Harry Kim: Just curious.
Seven of Nine: Parental love, romantic love, affection between friends - specify.
Harry Kim: Romantic love.
Seven of Nine: An attraction based on sexual desire, one that facilitates procreation.
Harry Kim: I guess I'm asking the wrong person.
Seven of Nine: Not at all. The Borg have referenced this condition in over 6,000 assimilated species.
Harry Kim: Condition? You make it sound like a disease.
Seven of Nine: Physiologically, it bears a striking similarity to disease. A series of biochemical responses that trigger an emotional cascade, impairing normal functioning.
Harry Kim: Forget it.

[Kim is making an unauthorized shuttle flight with Tal, when an alarm goes off]
Derran Tal: Problem?
Harry Kim: Stray radiation from the nebula. I thought it was the proximity alarm.
Derran Tal: You said we had a couple of hours. No one's gonna come looking for us.
Harry Kim: Now, you don't know Commander Tuvok. If he sees one electron out of place, he calls for red alert!

[Tal is examining the shuttle controls]
Derran Tal: [pushing a button] Navigation?
Harry Kim: Oh-oh, careful! That's the weapons array. You know, you almost vaporized your living quarters.
Derran Tal: Oh! Well, they could use a good cleaning.

Derran Tal: Are all Humans so jumpy?
Harry Kim: No. Only me.

[after a romantic hour with Tal, Kim is late for duty and hurrying to get into his trousers]
Harry Kim: What're you waiting for?
Derran Tal: To see what you look like in my uniform.

Harry Kim: I've got to be honest, I wasn't expecting something so... different.
Derran Tal: Neither was I. Our species look so similar. Well, at least on the surface.
Harry Kim: I would have never guessed when it came down to the basics. Well, let's just say... the birds and bees will be very confused.
Derran Tal: Birds and bees?

Tom Paris: Oh, here we go again.
Harry Kim: What?
Tom Paris: You, going after impossible women! Uh, a hologram, an ex-Borg, the wrong twin, and now a girl from a xenophobic species?

Harry Kim: Have you ever been in love, Captain?
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Your point?
Harry Kim: Did your skin ever flush when you were near another person? Did your stomach ever feel like... someone hollowed it out with a knife when you were apart? Did your throat ever swell when you realized it was over? Seven of Nine - Seven of Nine told me love's like a disease! Well, maybe it is. Pheromones, endorphins, chemicals in our blood - changing our responses... physical discomfort; but any way you look at it, it's still love!

[Janeway suggests that Kim have his lovesickness medically treated]
Harry Kim: That man you were going to marry - if you could have just taken a hypospray to make yourself stop loving him, so that it didn't hurt so much when you were away from him - would you have done that?

Captain Kathryn Janeway: I've been thinking about how I reacted to your relationship with Tal.
Harry Kim: You reacted like any captain would.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Probably. But I can't help wondering if my response would have been the same if it had been, say... Tom Paris instead of you. Oh, don't get me wrong; I still would have been angry and disappointed. But... I wouldn't have been surprised.
Harry Kim: Because Ensign Kim doesn't break the rules.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: The truth is, Harry... I think about you differently than the rest of the crew. Which isn't to suggest that I don't care deeply about each of them, but... you came to me fresh out of the Academy, wide-eyed with excitement about your first deep space assignment. From that first day, I've always felt more protective of you than the others.
Harry Kim: I appreciate that. But that was five years ago. I've changed.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Yes, you have.
Harry Kim: Maybe I'm not the perfect officer anymore.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Maybe not... but you're a better man.

Derran Tal: If you believe in something strongly enough, you can't ignore it - even if it means breaking a few rules.
Harry Kim: Well, that's why I took this shuttle. But every time I break a rule, I feel like my skull's gonna decompress.

Harry Kim: It's an old story - boy meets girl from the wrong side of the galaxy. Boy loses girl.
Derran Tal: And girl loses boy.

Harry Kim: Where would you most like to be, right now?
Derran Tal: Besides your quarters?
Harry Kim: Besides my quarters.
Derran Tal: Hmm... On a distant moon, where the air is warm and the gravity is light. No bulkheads around me. Where, if I walk too quickly, I can almost fly.

Harry Kim: Do me one favor.
Derran Tal: Anything.
Harry Kim: Next time you run across a class 3 nebula... think of me.

[last lines]
Seven of Nine: The treatment to relieve your condition was available, and yet you refused.
Harry Kim: I've got a disease; but I'm willing to live with the symptoms. Doesn't make much sense, does it?
Seven of Nine: I assumed that romantic love was a human weakness. But clearly it can also be a source of strength. Perhaps my analogy was flawed. Love is not a disease. Get well soon.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Non Sequitur (#2.5)" (1995)
Lieutenant Lasca: Harry, just relax.
Ensign Harry Kim: Why does everyone say "relax" when they're about to do something terrible?

Libby: Where're you going?
Ensign Harry Kim: Marseille, France.
Libby: What for?
Ensign Harry Kim: I've got to see Paris.
Libby: But you just said you were going to Marseille.

Ensign Harry Kim: You once told me that you used to treat life like one big game: rules, players, winners, losers. You never took any of it seriously, until you lost.
Tom Paris: You know, you're starting to annoy me.
Ensign Harry Kim: You also told me you were afraid of what would happen to you, if you didn't take Captain Janeway up on her offer. Now I see why.
Tom Paris: What do you see - Ensign?
Ensign Harry Kim: A loser... and a drunk.
[Paris tries to punch him; Kim parries the blow and twists Paris's arm on his back]
Ensign Harry Kim: I guess, in this reality... that's all you'll ever be.

Libby: Why don't you tell me what happened today?
Ensign Harry Kim: Nothing... Everything.

Libby: Do you really know what it's like when the person you love suddenly changes?
Ensign Harry Kim: It's still me. The guy who was in your seat at the Ktarian music festival; the guy who took three weeks to work up the courage to ask you out; the guy who still wakes up in the middle of the night - and says your name out loud, hoping you'll answer back.

Ensign Harry Kim: You're the last person I expected to help me.
Tom Paris: Let's just say it's been a long time since anybody gave a damn about my future, including me.

Ensign Harry Kim: I think I have access to a runabout, but I'm going to have to break it out of space dock.
Tom Paris: Sounds to me like you need a pilot.
Ensign Harry Kim: Know anyone who is qualified?
Tom Paris: I know someone who used to be pretty good, and if I'm not mistaken, he still knows a few tricks.

Ensign Harry Kim: I know this is gonna sound strange...

Ensign Harry Kim: Starfleet thinks I'm a Maquis spy.
Tom Paris: I know the feeling.

Tom Paris: I don't know if I'm supposed to be on Voyager like you've told me. But it sounds a whole lot better than the life I have here. I'm willing to take my chances, Ensign.
Ensign Harry Kim: Call me Harry. You always did.

[last lines]
Lieutenant Tom Paris: What is it, Harry?
Ensign Harry Kim: I owe you one.

Libby: Do me a favor?
Ensign Harry Kim: Hm?
Libby: Don't ever leave me again.

Commander Chakotay: We think your shuttlecraft was caught in some kind of temporal anomaly.
Ensign Harry Kim: A time stream?
Commander Chakotay: Yes, you could call it that.
Ensign Harry Kim: I've already been briefed, Commander.

Cosimo: I was sent here to watch you to make sure you were all right, but now it's clear you are not.
Ensign Harry Kim: Who are you?
Cosimo: We exist in what you would call a temporal inversion fold in the space time continuum. It's not necessary to understand. It only matters that there was an accident. Your shuttle intersected one of our time streams and, BOOM, a few things were altered as a result of the accident. History and events were scrambled a bit, and you ended up here.

Ensign Harry Kim: Look, I know this is going to sound a little funny, but... how long have I been coming to this coffee shop?
Cosimo: How long? Well, let's see, since you left the Academy, how long is that? Eight months.
Ensign Harry Kim: Eight months. And you've seen me every day?
Cosimo: Well, not every day. You like to sleep late on Sunday. But if I had your fiancee, I'd sleep late, too!

"Star Trek: Voyager: The Chute (#3.3)" (1996)
Harry Kim: Right now I'm so hungry, I could eat a bowl of Neelix's leola root stew.
Tom Paris: Me too. Never thought I'd say that.

Harry Kim: [protecting Paris] This man is my friend. Nobody touches him!

Harry Kim: Suppose you didn't find any food?
Tom Paris: Well, I found close to fifty good citizens in this quaint little community, but not a grocer among them.
Harry Kim: I take it that's a no.
Tom Paris: Yeah. But if we ever do get our hands on some food, I found a lovely spot for a picnic.
Harry Kim: Great. All we need are the Delaney sisters, and we could make a date of it.

Harry Kim: I feel like there's a million fire ants in my brain!
Zio: Good. Make them work for you.
Harry Kim: How?
Zio: Fire ants sound vicious. Imagine them as your army moving in a vast wave to conquer your enemy. There's a massive struggle going on inside you, a battle to the death between you and the clamp. You have to use whatever force you can to defeat it.

Zio: When I first got here, I assumed the clamp was just a refined form of torture, to make our prison stay that much more arduous. Gradually, I began to understand it more fully. It's all right here in my manifesto, my insights, my reasoning... my evidence. It's an experiment. They're studying us like animals, pitting us against each other to find out what happens. You can see that, can't you?
Harry Kim: I guess so.
Zio: The greatest threat, of course, would be if we started to cooperate with each other, so they prevented that. But there had to be more to it than that. And the longer I was in here, the more I knew it was my job to figure it out. That's the reason I was put here. And eventually... it came to me, as though a fireball had exploded in my mind. And the realization gave me a power over the others. They don't come near me anymore. They're afraid of me, because I know the truth.

Harry Kim: Let's get something straight first.
Tom Paris: What?
Harry Kim: The next time you take a swing at me, I'm hitting back.

Tom Paris: Harry...
Harry Kim: Yeah?
Tom Paris: I'm hurt pretty bad.
Harry Kim: I'll take care of it.
Tom Paris: Promise me something.
Harry Kim: What?
Tom Paris: If things get worse, if it comes down to making a choice, don't worry about me. Take care of yourself.

Tom Paris: Harry?
Harry Kim: Yeah?
Tom Paris: Don't leave me here.

[Kim has been urged to kill Paris]
Harry Kim: I'm not a killer.
Zio: Do you want to survive? In here? You'd better learn to be.
Harry Kim: If that's what it takes to stay alive... then I'd rather die.

Harry Kim: Tom, listen to me. I... I almost killed you.
Tom Paris: What are you saying? You're the one that kept me alive.
Harry Kim: I was ready to hit you with the pipe. Don't you remember?
Tom Paris: You want to know what I remember? Someone saying "This man is my friend. Nobody touches him." I'll remember that for a long time.

Zio: Sleep well?
Harry Kim: [the Clamp has kept him up all night] No, not really.

Harry Kim: Can I have some more?
Tom Paris: [knocks the cup out of his hand] What do you think this is? A hotel? There isn't anymore!
Harry Kim: Take it easy!

Zio: [Zio wants Harry to get rid of Tom, who's given in to the Clamp] You've got a chance to make something of your life in here, but as long as that carcass is in my hut, we can never move on to more important things.
Harry Kim: What the hell are you talking about?
Zio: We disseminate the manifesto. Gather our followers. Train them.
Harry Kim: You're insane!

The Doctor: That won't be necessary. Lieutenant Paris is just fine, thanks to excellent doctoring. I finished analyzing these implants, and you'll be happy to know that the treatment I provided will successfully counteract their effect on you.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: What exactly was the effect?
The Doctor: My readings indicate that the implants are designed to stimulate the production of acetylcholine in the hypothalamus.
Kes: That would explain the agitation.
The Doctor: Hmm. Acetylcholine is a brain chemical common to the neural structure of most humanoids. Essentially, it helps stimulate one's aggressive tendencies.
Harry Kim: Zio was right.
Tom Paris: C'mon Harry. We're overdue for that steak dinner.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Timeless (#5.6)" (1998)
The Doctor: You're encoding the transmitter for time index 9.40?
Harry Kim: Uh-huh.
The Doctor: That's less than four minutes before Voyager was destroyed. Cutting it a little close, aren't we?
Harry Kim: This is no ordinary phone call, Doc. We're talking to yesterday; timing is everything.

Chakotay: Shield generators?
Harry Kim: Online.
Chakotay: Plasma flow?
Harry Kim: Stable.
Chakotay: Com-link?
Harry Kim: Secure.
Chakotay: Lunch?
Harry Kim: Salami sandwiches.

[15 years in the future: Kim reactivates the Doctor and takes out the Doctor's holo-emitter]
Harry Kim: Here. Just slap it on; let's go.
The Doctor: Wait! I demand an explanation!
Chakotay: I'll give you one: we're here to change history.

The Doctor: Let me get this straight: you're fugitives?
Harry Kim: Galaxy's most wanted. We stole the Delta Flyer, too - right out of a Federation shipyard. We're wanted on two counts of high treason, and conspiracy to violate the Temporal Prime Directive.
The Doctor: Wonderful. Out of the ice box and into the fire.

The Doctor: At least, you weren't buried under twenty meters of ice.
Harry Kim: You don't know how many times I wished I was.

Tessa Omond: It's an honor to finally meet Voyager's infamous EMH.
The Doctor: Infamous?
Harry Kim: I've told her a few horror stories.

Harry Kim: It took ten years to make these corrections; I can't fix it in three minutes!

The Doctor: And how did you get involved with Bonnie and Clyde here?
Tessa Omond: Oh, I've had an interest in Voyager for a long time.
Harry Kim: They're having sex.
The Doctor: Pardon?
Harry Kim: Chakotay and Tess - they're a couple joined at the hip.

Harry Kim: If you're having doubts, let me know. I'll take your program offline. But if you're with us, we tempt fate together.
The Doctor: To aid an honorable thief, or to spend eternity in cybernetic oblivion... Let's tempt fate.

The Doctor: For the record, Seven's translink frequency is 108.44236000.
Harry Kim: Could be our lucky number.

Harry Kim: The corrections I sent you were wrong. If you had used them, Voyager would have been heavily damaged, maybe even destroyed. What I can't figure out is who sent the other phase corrections to Seven of Nine.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Looks like we've got a guardian angel.
Harry Kim: Oh, I wish I could believe that.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Believe it. His name is Harry Kim.

Harry Kim: [in a recorded message to his younger self] Hello, Harry. I don't have much time, so listen to me. Fifteen years ago, I made a mistake, and 150 people died. I've spent every day since then regretting that mistake. But if you're watching this right now, that means all of that's changed. You owe me one.

Tom Paris: Harry... I think we built an Edsel.
Harry Kim: A what?
Tom Paris: A lemon. A disaster waiting to happen.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Warhead (#5.25)" (1999)
Harry Kim: [on taking the night shifts on the bridge] This is an opportunity to get command experience. You might put in for some yourself.
Tom Paris: What's the point of trying to compete with an ambitious upstart like you? Just promise me one thing: when you reach the top, you'll remember all the little people you climbed over to get there, and won't make them work night shifts.

Captain Kathryn Janeway: How is he doing?
Chakotay: Well, let's see. I haven't heard from him in almost five minutes, so he should be checking in right about...
Harry Kim: [over communicator] Away team to Voyager.
Chakotay: ...now.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: That's our Harry! If I were you, I'd watch out for your job.

Harry Kim: You're a sentient being. You don't have to be a slave to your programming. Look at the Doctor.
The Doctor/Warhead: He's a tool, a holographic puppet.
Harry Kim: That "puppet" saved your life. If it weren't for him, you'd still be damaged and alone on that planet. He's the one that convinced me to beam you aboard. And when we discovered what you were, and some people wanted to destroy you, the Doctor defended your right to exist.
The Doctor/Warhead: What's your point?
Harry Kim: Even though he was only programmed to be a doctor, he's become more than that. He's made friends, he's piloted a starship, he even sings.
The Doctor/Warhead: Despite all of his achievements, did he ever stop being a doctor?
Harry Kim: No, but...
The Doctor/Warhead: And I can't stop being a weapon.

The Doctor: I was the one who asked you to bring that device aboard in the first place. I even argued with the Captain to keep it aboard after we learned what it was.
Harry Kim: 'It' was an artificial intelligence, like you. But I have to admit, his personality made you seem like Mr. Congeniality.

[last lines]
Harry Kim: Uh, do me a favor.
Ensign Jenkins: Of course, sir.
Harry Kim: No more distress calls - at least not tonight.

Harry Kim: I better get to the bridge. You never know when Ensign Kim'll be called upon to take command again.
The Doctor: Voyager could do worse.

Harry Kim: Chakotay lets me make a command decision. What do I do? I beam a talking bomb on board.
B'Elanna Torres: The first time I commanded an away mission, I led my people into a cave that I thought was a Cardassian military installation. Turned out I'd mistaken unstable mineral deposits for weapon signatures. There was a rock slide and we were stuck there for three days.
Harry Kim: What did you do?
B'Elanna Torres: We dug ourselves out with our bare hands.
[Kim walks out of the room]
B'Elanna Torres: Where're you going?
Harry Kim: To dig us out.

The Doctor/Warhead: Reintegrate my neural matrix, and return me to the others.
Harry Kim: We won't do that.
The Doctor/Warhead: I have no intention of proceeding to my target. I will stop them.
Harry Kim: How?
The Doctor/Warhead: I am a weapon of mass destruction.
[Kim is still looking unsure]
The Doctor/Warhead: You want me to see past my programming. Then you must try to see past your doubts.

Harry Kim: Look, Doc, the truth is, I never would have gotten through to him without you.
The Doctor: Of what I heard, I wasn't much help.
Harry Kim: You were. I held you up as an example of how an artificial intelligence could exceed its programming. I didn't realize how true that was, until today.

Harry Kim: I hope I made the right decision.
Chakotay: About changing course or waking me up?

"Star Trek: Voyager: Caretaker (#1.1)" (1995)
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Gentlemen, welcome aboard Voyager.
Harry Kim: Thank you, sir!
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Mr. Kim... at ease, before you sprain something.

Harry Kim: Captain, there's something out there.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: I need a better description than that, Mister Kim!
Harry Kim: I don't know. I'm reading... I'm not sure what I'm reading.

Harry Kim: We were warned about the Ferengi at the Academy.
Quark: Warned about Ferengi, were you?
Harry Kim: That's right.
Quark: Slurs about my people at Starfleet Academy!
Harry Kim: What I meant was, I...
Quark: Here I am trying to be a cordial host, knowing how much a young officer's parents would appreciate a token of his love on the eve of a dangerous mission, and what do I get for my trouble? Scurrilous insults!

Harry Kim: You know, I think a memento for my parents would be a great idea.
Quark: Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no!
Harry Kim: Really. One of these would, would make a great pendant for my mother.
Quark: Or cuff links for your father.
Harry Kim: Cuff links, great idea!
Quark: They're not for sale! Now, inform your commanding officer that the Federation Council can expect an official query...
Harry Kim: How much for the entire tray?
Quark: Cash or credit?

[Paris is flirting with the farmer's daughter on the array]
Harry Kim: Paris, she's only a hologram.
Tom Paris: No reason to be rude.

Harry Kim: Captain - if these sensors are working, we're over 70,000 light years from where we were. We're on the other side of the galaxy...

Harry Kim: Computer, initiate emergency medical holographic program.
[the Doctor appears]
The Doctor: [his first lines] Please state the nature of the medical emergency.

Tom Paris: Look, I know those guys told you to stay away from me; and you know what? You ought to listen to 'em. I'm not exactly a good luck charm.
Harry Kim: I don't need anyone to choose my friends for me.

The Doctor: Is the crew always this difficult?
Harry Kim: I don't know, Doc. It's my first mission.

Tom Paris: [Tom is in the Mess Hall and sees Harry at a table having what looks like a very intense conversation with Lieutenant Commander Cavit and the ship's doctor, and after ordering tomato soup from a replicator he moves over to join them but Cavit and the Doctor get up and leave] There, you see? I told you it wouldn't take long.
Harry Kim: Is it true?
Tom Paris: Was the accident my fault? Yes, pilot error. But it took me awhile to admit it.
[Tom tries some of the soup but it tastes revolting]
Tom Paris: Oh! 14 varieties and they can't even get plain tomato soup right.
Harry Kim: [Harry steers the conversation back to what he really wants to talk about] They said you falsified reports.
Tom Paris: That's right.
Harry Kim: Why?
Tom Paris: What's the difference? I lied.
Harry Kim: But then you came forward and you admitted that it was your fault?
Tom Paris: I'll tell you the truth, Harry. All I had to do was keep my mouth shut and I was home free. But I couldn't. The ghosts of those three dead officers came to me in the middle of the night and taught me the true meaning of Christmas. So I confessed. Worst mistake I ever made but not my last. After they cashiered me out of Starfleet I went out looking for a fight and found the Maquis, and on my first assignment I was caught.
Harry Kim: It must have been especially tough for you, being the son of an admiral.
Tom Paris: Frankly, I think it was tougher on my father than it was on me.
[gets up to leave]
Tom Paris: Look, I know those guys told you stay away from me. And you know what? You oughta' listen to them. I'm not exactly a good luck charm.
Harry Kim: I don't need anyone to choose my friends for me.

"Star Trek: Voyager: The Thaw (#2.23)" (1996)
Ensign Harry Kim: I'm trying to prepare for an important performance.
Lieutenant Tom Paris: Oh, really? Are we scheduled to rendezvous with the Delta Quadrant Symphony Orchestra?

[Kim is practicing on his clarinet, when his room neighbor, Ensign Baytart, knocks against the wall]
Ensign Harry Kim: It's the darn fluid conduits running through the walls, they conduct sound. You'd think when they designed this thing, they would have...
Lieutenant Tom Paris: This ship was built for combat performance, Harry, not musical performance. Nobody figured we'd be taking any long trips.
Ensign Harry Kim: Where am I supposed to practice?
Lieutenant Tom Paris: How about cargo bay?
Ensign Harry Kim: Bad acoustics.
Lieutenant Tom Paris: We could get Baytart transferred to the night shift.
Ensign Harry Kim: [snickers] Couldn't do that - could we?
Lieutenant Tom Paris: So now you have an excuse to give your mother why you didn't practice while you were gone.

Little Woman: You're new.
Ensign Harry Kim: Yes, we are.
Little Woman: Where are you from?
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: Another town.
Little Woman: There aren't any other towns!

[Kim and Torres are walking through a throng of artists and jugglers]
Ensign Harry Kim: Er - excuse me... We're trying to find some friends.
Clown: Well, that shouldn't be difficult. We're all friends here.

Ensign Harry Kim: Like the man said: the only thing we have to fear is fear itself.

Ensign Harry Kim: Why does he do it?
Physician: We're his canvas - his blocks of marble. With us he practices his ghastly art.

Viorsa: He's already killed two of our colleagues.
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: How is that possible?
Clown: I cut off their heads.
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: But none of this is real!
Clown: Of course it's real - as real as a nightmare.
Ensign Harry Kim: The two we found dead both suffered from massive heart attacks.
Clown: Heart attack. Now, what might cause a heart attack? Hmm... Unmanageable stress, perhaps? Unmanageable fear? The fear of losing a head, perhaps?

Ensign Harry Kim: This is not reality. It's an illusion!
Clown: When your only reality is an illusion, then illusion is a reality.

Clown: [to Harry and B'Elanna] If you leave, one of them will die. One of them will die. Try it and see. If you leave...
[points at the Kohl physician]
Clown: ...he dies.
Viorsa: He can do it. He's already killed two of our colleagues.
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: But how is that possible?
Clown: I cut off their heads.
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: But none of this is real.
Clown: Of course it's real. It's as real as a nightmare.
Ensign Harry Kim: The two we found dead both suffered from massive heart attacks.
Clown: Heart attack. Now, what might cause a heart attack? Hmm. Unmanageable stress, perhaps? Unmanageable fear? The fear of losing a head, perhaps?
Ensign Harry Kim: You scared them to death.
[the Clown takes a bow]

Viorsa: I deeply regret that this has happened to you. You came here to help. You didn't deserve this. I regret so many things.
Ensign Harry Kim: Look, we don't have time for regrets. My people are working on a way right now to get us out of here, and we have to help them if we can.
Viorsa: You'll leave hope behind after a few months of this.
[the Clown laughs hysterically with the executioner]
Ensign Harry Kim: Why does he do it?
Physician: We're his canvas. His blocks of marble. With us he practices his ghastly art.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Nightingale (#7.8)" (2000)
Harry Kim: You've always been Captain Proton, I have always been Buster Kincaid. It's my turn this time.
[on the reason why he wants to go on a mission without Paris]

Neelix: Didn't we already scan this nebula?
Seven of Nine: Four times.
Harry Kim: I thought the Borg were known for being thorough.
Seven of Nine: The Borg value efficiency, not redundancy.

[Ensign Kim is in command of the Nightingale]
Seven of Nine: I've discovered a serious flaw in one of the ship's systems.
Harry Kim: Which one?
Seven of Nine: The Captain.
[Kim looks at her consternated]
Seven of Nine: The captain's main function is to issue orders, correct?
Harry Kim: Right.
Seven of Nine: And the crew's function is to support the captain and carry out those orders.
Harry Kim: What's your point?
Seven of Nine: Every time you give an order, you carry it out yourself. And when someone else makes a suggestion, you dismiss it.
Harry Kim: These people are inexperienced. They need my help.
Seven of Nine: When you first came aboard Voyager, did Captain Janeway help you?
Harry Kim: Sure, she looked after all the junior officers.
Seven of Nine: By doing your work for you.
Harry Kim: No. She gave me a lot to do, actually.
Seven of Nine: Because she felt you were more capable than she was.
Harry Kim: Of course not. She wanted me to learn, to gain confidence.
Seven of Nine: Interesting.

Loken: How's Seven?
Harry Kim: She may be in shock. I'm not sure. Have a look.
[he hands his tricorder to Loken, who scans Seven as well]
Harry Kim: Your opinion, Doctor?
Loken: I believe she may be in shock.

Harry Kim: This is a military mission. We can't get involved.
Seven of Nine: We've been involved since you first fired on that Annari ship.
Harry Kim: I thought I was helping people in distress!
Seven of Nine: Don't they still need your help? Are you abandoning this ship because the mission wasn't what you expected? Or because being a captain wasn't what you expected?

Harry Kim: You want to be a starship officer, your job is to follow orders.
Terek: Sir, I don't think you...
Harry Kim: This is not a debate! You're under my command.
[undecided what to do, Terek looks at Loken, then turns away]
Terek: No, sir. Not anymore.
Harry Kim: You're relieved.
Harry Kim: [to another Kraylor crewman] You. Take the helm.
[the man doesn't comply]
Loken: I believe you're the one who's been relieved.

Harry Kim: I should've stuck to playing Buster Kincaid.
Seven of Nine: A holodeck program can be turned off when it no longer suits you. Reality can't.

Loken: I thought you were leaving.
Harry Kim: I get claustrophobic in escape pods.

[last lines]
Neelix: So, what'll it be tonight? I have a light tula cheese soufflé or a zesty lasagna.
Harry Kim: You know, Neelix, the truth is, I'm not sure.
Neelix: I thought we talked about this. A captain has to be deci...
Harry Kim: I'm not a captain, Neelix. - Not yet, anyway.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Ashes to Ashes (#6.18)" (2000)
Harry Kim: Vien'ke debala, Jhet'leya. - I taught myself to say a few words in Kobali.
Jhet'leya/Ensign Lyndsay Ballard: That's very sweet of you. But you just told me, 'The comets are tiresome'.

Tom Paris: Now, let's see. For those of us keeping score, Harry Kim has fallen for a hologram, a Borg, the wrong twin, and now the dearly departed.
Harry Kim: We're friends, just like before. Er, all right, maybe there was a time when I thought of pursuing Lyndsay, but I closed the door on that, when we both got assigned to Voyager.
Tom Paris: Mm. Don't look now; but that door is creaking open.

Ensign Lyndsay Ballard: Same old Harry.
Harry Kim: What's that supposed to mean?
Ensign Lyndsay Ballard: You're still sort of... obsessive.
Harry Kim: I'm tidy!
Ensign Lyndsay Ballard: Is that why you used to request baryon sweeps of your dorm room?
Harry Kim: When you live across the hall from a slob.

Ensign Lyndsay Ballard: It just so happens that hearing you play music again is number 26 on my list.
Harry Kim: List?
Ensign Lyndsay Ballard: Something I made up to pass the time while I was away. I tried to think of everything I would do if I got back to Voyager, including some things I wasn't able to accomplish the first time I was here.
Harry Kim: Like showing up for duty shifts on time?
Ensign Lyndsay Ballard: That's number 27.

Harry Kim: So I was giving some thought to number 32: make Tuvok laugh. He has this holo-program, the Temple of T'Panit. I thought we might tweak it, so that instead of Vulcan prayers, the monks recite Ferengi limericks.

[Lyndsay has decided to leave Voyager for good]
Harry Kim: I don't wanna lose you.
Ensign Lyndsay Ballard: You already did. But at least this time, we've been given the chance to say goodbye.

Harry Kim: I'm sorry you didn't get to finish everything on your list.
Jhet'leya/Ensign Lyndsay Ballard: I think I took care of what really mattered.

[last lines]
Harry Kim: Have you ever heard of the Temple of T'Panit?
[Mezoti shakes her head]
Harry Kim: It's a Vulcan program.
Mezoti: Sounds boring.
Harry Kim: Don't worry; we'll make a few tweaks.

Tom Paris: Well, I finally see you're going to try my hockey program.
Harry Kim: Actually, I'm taking Lyndsay skating.
Tom Paris: Oh. Mm. You two sure are spending a lot of time together lately.
Harry Kim: Don't start.
Tom Paris: Oh, not, let's see. For those of us keeping score, Harry Kim has fallen for a hologram, a Borg, the wrong twin, and now the dearly departed.
Harry Kim: We're friends, just like before. Uh, all right, maybe there was a time when I thought of pursuing Lyndsay but I closed the door on that when we both got assigned to Voyager.
Tom Paris: Don't look now but that door is creaking open.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Alter Ego (#3.14)" (1997)
Ensign Harry Kim: Hi. My name's Harry read-me-like-a-book Kim.

Ensign Harry Kim: That's kal-toh, isn't it? Vulcan chess?
Lieutenant Tuvok: Kal-toh is to chess as chess is to tic-tac-toe.

Marayna: Are you two friends?
Lieutenant Tuvok: No.
Ensign Harry Kim: Yes.

Marayna: There's a luau tonight. You're coming, aren't you? Both of you?
Lieutenant Tuvok: No.
Ensign Harry Kim: Yes.
Marayna: You've got to stop doing that.

[Kim is trying to get his mind off Marayna with Tuvok's help]
Ensign Harry Kim: Logically, the best course is retreat. Meditation helps.
Lieutenant Tom Paris: Retreat! A classic case of Vulcan denial, if you ask me.

Lieutenant Tuvok: To the trained Vulcan intellect, intense romantic love is nothing more than a set of stereotypical behaviors. Not having our discipline, typically Humans are swept along by the process until it ends.
Ensign Harry Kim: How does it end?
Lieutenant Tuvok: Either in conversion to a more balanced, stable relationship, or in tragic circumstances.

[last lines]
[Tuvok and Kim are playing kal-toh on the holodeck]
Holodeck Woman: May I join you?
Lieutenant Tuvok: No.
Ensign Harry Kim: No.
Lieutenant Tuvok: But... thank you.

Lieutenant Tuvok: To see through an emotional complex is to rob it of its power. The first step is to identify the complex in which you have been caught.
Ensign Harry Kim: I told you, I'm in love. There are many different kinds of love, ensign. You must learn to differentiate. For example, you told me that you met this individual only days ago, yet you feel overwhelmed.
Ensign Harry Kim: I can't get her out of my mind, not for a second.
Lieutenant Tuvok: Have you been able to sleep?
Ensign Harry Kim: No.
Lieutenant Tuvok: Have you eaten?
Ensign Harry Kim: No.
Lieutenant Tuvok: Does your daily routine seem somehow empty? Perhaps even ludicrous?
Ensign Harry Kim: Yes!
Lieutenant Tuvok: You are experiencing shon-ha'lock. The engulfment. It is the most intense and psychologically perilous form of Eros. I believe humans call it "love at first sight.".
Ensign Harry Kim: But we're talking about a holodeck character.
Lieutenant Tuvok: Irrelevant. The emotional complex in which you are trapped is the same. And so is the cure: Logical deconstruction followed by a regimen of meditative suppression as I shall demonstrate

"Star Trek: Voyager: Endgame (#7.25)" (2001)
Captain Harry Kim: I haven't come to one of these reunions in four years.
Sabrina Wildman: Why?
Captain Harry Kim: I've been on a deep space assignment.
Sabrina Wildman: For four years?
Captain Harry Kim: Compared to how long I was on Voyager, it seemed like a long weekend.

[long-range sensors have detected a high concentration of wormholes]
Captain Janeway: Any idea where they lead?
Ensign Harry Kim: Not yet, but if just one of them leads to the Alpha Quadrant...
Tom Paris: Who knows, Harry. Might take us right into your parents' living-room.
Captain Janeway: Alter course, Mr. Paris.
Captain Janeway: [to Kim] Ensign, when you speak to your mother, tell her we may need her to move the sofa.

Ensign Harry Kim: If we go to the Captain together, she'll be much more likely to approve my plan.
Tom Paris: I don't want her to approve it!
Ensign Harry Kim: Where's your sense of adventure?
Tom Paris: I left it in that nebula, and I'm not going back for it.
Ensign Harry Kim: Don't you want to find a way home?
Tom Paris: I am home, Harry.

Ensign Harry Kim: Captain Proton would never walk away from a mission like this.
Tom Paris: Captain Proton doesn't have a wife, and a baby on the way.

Captain Harry Kim: If Starfleet Command finds out I had anything to do with this, they'll demote me back to ensign.
Admiral Kathryn Janeway: You worry too much, Harry. It's turning you gray.

Captain Harry Kim: The Doctor and I decided to keep things in the family.
Admiral Kathryn Janeway: What about your crew?
Captain Harry Kim: I told them I needed to take you back to Starfleet Medical because you'd contracted a rare disease.
Admiral Kathryn Janeway: I hope it isn't terminal.
Captain Harry Kim: No, but it has been known to affect judgment.

Captain Harry Kim: You're sure I can't talk you out of this?
[Admiral Janeway positions herself in front of him and gives him a stern look]
Captain Harry Kim: Right. Stupid question.

Ensign Harry Kim: I think it's safe to say that... no one on this crew has been more... obsessed with getting home than I have. But... when I think about... everything we've been through together - maybe it's not the destination that matters. Maybe it's the journey. If that journey takes a little longer, so we can do something we all believe in, I can't think of any place I'd rather be, or any people I'd rather be with.
Tom Paris: To the journey.
Chakotay: Hear, hear.
All: To the journey.

"Star Trek: Voyager: The Cloud (#1.5)" (1995)
Ensign Harry Kim: McAllister, James 'Mooney' Mc Allister - the guy never slept. He'd be studying his algorithms until dawn, and the only way I could get any sleep was to wear a mask.
Lieutenant Tom Paris: You could've changed roommates.
Ensign Harry Kim: Are you kidding? McAllister got me through forth year quantum chemistry.

Captain Kathryn Janeway: So - has Neelix concocted anything interesting this morning?
Ensign Harry Kim: There's an ancient Chinese curse, Captain: "May you live in interesting times". Mealtime is always interesting, now that Neelix is in the kitchen.

[Paris wakes up Kim in his quarters]
Ensign Harry Kim: How... how'd you get in here?
Lieutenant Tom Paris: You'd be surprised at things you learn in prison.

[Voyager is flying through a nebula]
Ensign Harry Kim: [intrigued] I've never seen anything like it!
Lieutenant Tuvok: [activating his communicator] Tuvok to Kim. Mr. Kim, that is a comment we would prefer not to hear from a senior officer on the bridge. It makes the junior officers nervous.

Captain Kathryn Janeway: What do you make of it, Mr. Tuvok?
Lieutenant Tuvok: I am unable to offer an identification, Captain.
Ensign Harry Kim: [activating his communicator] Kim to Tuvok. In other words, you've never seen anything like it. Oh, I promise not to tell the junior officers!

Lieutenant Tom Paris: [about Sandrine's bar] I found this place just after my pocket was picked walking by the harbor.
Ensign Harry Kim: Somebody picked your pocket? On Earth?
Lieutenant Tom Paris: Oh, they just do it for tourists. They give it back - most of the time.

Ensign Harry Kim: What's a fin?
Lieutenant Tom Paris: I'm not sure, um... some old kind of Scandinavian currency.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Revulsion (#4.5)" (1997)
Seven of Nine: The last time we worked together, I struck you at the base of your skull and attempted to contact the Collective.
Harry Kim: These things happen.
Seven of Nine: I assure you it will not happen again.
Harry Kim: That's good to know.

[Harry and Seven have to remove a Borg component]
Seven of Nine: I suggest a radical dislocation.
Harry Kim: A what?
Seven of Nine: We need to pull it out.
[Harry sniggers]
Seven of Nine: Assist me.
Harry Kim: Okay, on three.
Seven of Nine: Three?
Harry Kim: On the count of three, we pull together.
Seven of Nine: Crude, but effective.

Harry Kim: [about Seven of Nine] She's even got a sense of humor. It's offbeat, a bit subtle, maybe. And she's incredibly intelligent.
Tom Paris: She ought to be, she assimilated enough people.

Seven of Nine: I may be new to individuality, but I'm not ignorant of human behavior. I've noticed your attempts to engage me in idle conversation. And I see the way your pupils dilate when you look at my body.
Harry Kim: I don't know what you're talking about.
Seven of Nine: Obviously you've suggested a visit to the holodeck in the hopes of creating a romantic mood. Are you in love with me, Ensign?
Harry Kim: Well... no.
Seven of Nine: Then you wish to copulate?
Harry Kim: No!
[laughs awkwardly]
Harry Kim: I mean, I... I-I don't know what I mean.

[Paris and Kim are telling an anecdote to everybody's but Tuvok's amusement]
Tom Paris: ...So, we rigged the security console, so that every time Tuvok accessed the internal sensors, it would play a little message:
Harry Kim: "Live long and prosper!"
Tom Paris: No matter what button he pushed: "Live long and prosper."
Harry Kim: Naturally, no one was available to fix the malfunction...
Tom Paris: ...so Tuvok had to stretch his Vulcan patience to the limit for the rest of the day.
Harry Kim: I swear, I could hear him grinding his teeth from across the bridge.
Tom Paris: And just when he thought it was over, when he went back to his quarters and ordered a cup of Vulcan tea, the replicator says:
Harry Kim: "Live long and prosper!"

Seven of Nine: I've been damaged.
Harry Kim: Ooh. It looks pretty bad. You better get to sickbay.
Seven of Nine: As a drone, I would have regenerated within seconds. I've become weak.
Harry Kim: No more than the rest of us. You'll be fine. C'mon, I'll walk you there.
Tom Paris: Another ½ a millimeter and you would have severed the carpal nerve. Might
Tom Paris: have had to operate. You are a mere mortal now. As your family doctor, I'd suggest you be more careful. There. Good as new.
Harry Kim: I'll see you back in the cargo bay.
Harry Kim: What kind of bedside manner was that?
Tom Paris: What are you talking about?
Harry Kim: Can't you see she's feeling vulnerable, and here you are, going on about severed nerves and major surgery?
Tom Paris: Would you take it easy? I was just trying to lighten the mood. She wasn't upset by it.
Harry Kim: Yes, she was! I could see it on her face!
Tom Paris: You seem a little protective. This morning you were dreading being in the same room with her.
Harry Kim: Well, I've gotten to know her a little better. I don't think most people realize she's not just some Borg automaton. She's actually very complex.
Tom Paris: Oh, really?
Harry Kim: Yes, she is. She's even got a sense of humor. It's offbeat, a bit subtle, maybe. And, she's incredibly intelligent.
Tom Paris: Well, she ought to be. She assimilated enough people.
Harry Kim: See? See what I mean? It's Borg this, Borg that. You can't resist making a joke. There's a woman in there, if you'd take the time to look.
Tom Paris: Harry, you've got a crush on her, don't you?
Harry Kim: What? No. Not at all. Maybe just a little.
Tom Paris: I've seen this look in your eyes right before you fall head over heels. You always go for the tough ones. What was it last time, a hologram? I don't know much about Borg women. But my advice to you is: Don't.
Harry Kim: I'm just trying to make her feel like part of the team.
Tom Paris: Part of the team? You sound like Chakotay. Lok, she's beautiful and she's smart, and I'm sure she's a wonderful... conversationalist. But a month ago, she was Borg. you don't really know who she is. It's great that you're trying to make her feel comfortable. Just be careful.
Harry Kim: Thanks for the advice.
Tom Paris: I just hope you take it.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Demon (#4.24)" (1998)
Harry Kim: When I first came on board Voyager, I was pretty green, right?
Tom Paris: A deep, almost fluorescent green, if I remember correctly.

[Kim intends to shuttle to the demon class planet to collect deuterium, despite Janeway's and Tuvok's reservations]
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Even if I agreed, I'd never let you go alone.
Harry Kim: Of course not. That's why I'm volunteering my good buddy Tom here to go with me.

Tom Paris: All right, I'm gonna set us down. On my mark.
[the shuttle sets down with a violent jolt]
Tom Paris: Mark!
Harry Kim: You did that on purpose, didn't you?

Harry Kim II: [about the biomimetic compound] It's never been conscious, never sentient. Before now, before me and the other.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Tom Paris.
Harry Kim II: We're the first. Don't you see? You came here, you showed us. When the compound came in contact with Tom and Harry, it experienced awareness for the first time. Before, it was only instinct - sound and light and heat. But those two... showed us *thought*!

Harry Kim II: We'd rather die than be alone. We deserve life.

Tom Paris: Do me a favor: the next time you try to assert yourself, leave me out of it. I hate hot weather.
Harry Kim: Don't worry, we can cut some holes in the environmental suits, get some ventilation going.
Tom Paris: Harry - while you're busy improving yourself, you might try working on your sense of humor.
Harry Kim: *My* sense of humor? And what about that stupid gag about the bicycle?
Tom Paris: Oh-ho-ho, *that* was funny!

"Star Trek: Voyager: Favorite Son (#3.20)" (1997)
Ensign Harry Kim: [referring to B'Elanna, who got severely injured] Is she going to be all right?
The Doctor: Yes. Another patient snatched from the jaws of death.

[Kim has developed a rash]
Ensign Harry Kim: Last night, I had a dream about being sick with the Mendakan pox when I was nine. Do you think this could be a recurrence?
The Doctor: I've never considered dreams as a diagnostic tool before.

Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: Harry... What happened to your face?
Ensign Harry Kim: We're still trying to figure that out.
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: It's kind of cute, makes you look like a speckled targ.

Ensign Harry Kim: Was anything you told me true? About Taresians being born on other worlds? About my being one of you?
Malia: It's true male children are very rare here; and that we seek out new DNA to sustain our race. We need males of other species, like you, who can be transformed into compatible mates.
Ensign Harry Kim: Transformed! That's what these genes are doing to me?
Malia: You'll be celebrated for your contribution.
Ensign Harry Kim: Don't count on it!

Eliann: Can't fight genetics.
Ensign Harry Kim: I can try.

Lieutenant Tom Paris: I don't see what's so bad about being you. You're good at your job, everybody likes you.
Ensign Harry Kim: Being likable is fine, but sometimes I wish I could be more bold, confident with women, more like you.
Lieutenant Tom Paris: Like me? You might want to reconsider that, Harry, there could be prison time involved. Actually, since I've been on Voyager, I've tried to be more like you.
Ensign Harry Kim: That'll be the day!

"Star Trek: Voyager: Body and Soul (#7.7)" (2000)
Harry Kim: [referring to the Doctor] I don't know if I can take three more days of chasing comets with him.
Seven of Nine: The time might pass more easily if we disable his vocal processor.

Harry Kim: We're prisoners on an alien ship, Voyager has no idea we're missing, and the Doctor's been decompiled!
The Doctor/Seven of Nine: The reports of my... decompilation have been greatly exaggerated.
Harry Kim: [stares at her] Doc?
The Doctor/Seven of Nine: Please state the nature of the medical emergency!

[the Doctor has been downloaded into Seven's matrix and taken control of her body]
The Doctor/Seven of Nine: I had no idea that eating was such a... sensual experience! The tastes, the textures, feeling it slide down Seven's esophagus, it's... it's exquisite!
Harry Kim: They're prison rations! My uniform probably tastes better.

The Doctor/Seven of Nine: [sniffing at Kim] It's you!
Harry Kim: It's been a busy day. I guess I'm perspiring a little.
The Doctor/Seven of Nine: A little?
[the Doctor sniffs his/Seven's wrist]
The Doctor/Seven of Nine: Seven's had a busy day, too, and she's come through it smelling like the proverbial rose.

Harry Kim: [Harry and Seven have been taken prisoner, and Seven has just returned to the cell] Are you drunk?
Seven of Nine: It wasn't my fault. Seven's unique physiology is unique. It doesn't react well to synthehol.
Harry Kim: What happened?
Seven of Nine: Captain Ranek and I shared a meal aboard the Flyer. He's really a gentleman, once you get to know him.
Harry Kim: You had a dinner date in Seven's body?
Seven of Nine: It wasn't a date. It was a tactical maneuver designed to win the trust of our captors... and it worked!

"Star Trek: Voyager: Thirty Days (#5.9)" (1998)
Lt. Tom Paris: Well, you've done it again, Harry.
Harry Kim: What?
Lt. Tom Paris: Fallen for the unattainable woman. First it was a hologram, then a Borg, and now the wrong twin.
Harry Kim: At least I'm consistent.

Lt. Tom Paris: Ah, boson. Ready to shove off?
Seven of Nine: What are you talking about, Lieutenant?
Lt. Tom Paris: Call me 'Skipper'.
Harry Kim: [repeating Tom's earlier words] Sailor talk. You'll get used to it.
Seven of Nine: I think not.

Lt. Tom Paris: Those structures, what are they?
Riga: It's our main oxygen refinery and desalination plant.
Seven of Nine: [analyzing] Corrosion-resistant alloys; variable density ballast. An efficient design.
Harry Kim: That means she's impressed.

[Janeway intends to intercept the Delta Flyer with a photon torpedo]
Harry Kim: Captain - this is Tom we're talking about. We're not gonna open fire, are we?
Captain Janeway: As far as I'm concerned, he forfeited his status as a protected member of this crew the second he launched that shuttle.

[Paris is unsure whether to finish his letter to his father]
Harry Kim: You'll feel better getting it off your chest.
Tom Paris: Are you bucking for ship's counselor, Harry?
Harry Kim: What're you gonna do? Delete the letter? *That* would be pointless.
Tom Paris: At least I'm consistent.
[... ]
Harry Kim: What was it you once told me? That your father used to say you never finished anything?

"Star Trek: Voyager: Fair Haven (#6.11)" (2000)
Tom Paris: Harry hasn't seen Sullivan's yet. D'you care to join us?
The Doctor: [in the role of the priest in Fair Haven] Don't mind if I do. I'll need to leave no later than 1300 hours.
Tom Paris: Medical emergency?
The Doctor: Not exactly. I'm working on my homily for Sunday's mass. And I expect both you sinners to be in attendance.
[he enters the pub]
Tom Paris: He's kidding, right?
Harry Kim: You wanted authenticity.

[Seven is throwing rings in the pub, observed by a fascinated Seamus]
Seamus Driscol: The lily and the rose are staging a competition on your face.
Seven of Nine: Clarify.
Seamus Driscol: The fullness of your lips and the paleness of your cheeks, it's enough to make a man faint.
Seven of Nine: Then, in that case, perhaps we should sit down.
[Seven throws her last ring, and the two head for a table]
Harry Kim: I don't believe it.
Tom Paris: It's called old-world charm, Harry.

Harry Kim: I remember trying to reach the holodeck controls, then, uh... somebody grabbed my leg.
Tom Paris: Maybe it was the talking pig.
Harry Kim: If it was, he had one hell of a left hook.

Captain Kathryn Janeway: I hate to break up the party, but we have some business to attend to. There's a neutronic wavefront approaching - class 9.
Harry Kim: Class 9?
Tom Paris: Sorry, boys, duty calls.
Seamus Driscol: Erm... "Wavefront". Now, what in the name of God is that?
Tom Paris: Um... a wee bit of bad weather.

Tom Paris: A word to the wise: stay away from Maggie O'Holleran. She's promised to a pig farmer with a very large rake.
Harry Kim: Does she have a sister?

"Star Trek: Voyager: The Omega Directive (#4.21)" (1998)
Harry Kim: Wanna know what I think?
Tuvok: No.
Harry Kim: I think there's a type-6 protostar out there, and the Captain's planning on detonating it and opening up a wormhole to the Alpha Quadrant. In theory, it's possible. And because she doesn't want to get our hopes up, she's not telling anybody.
Tuvok: Then I wouldn't suggest getting your hopes up.

Harry Kim: Is there anything you don't know?
Seven of Nine: I was Borg.
Harry Kim: "I was Borg!" That's what you always say, but what does it mean? You have the knowledge of 10,000 species in your head?
Seven of Nine: Not exactly. Each drone's experiences are processed by the Collective. Only useful information is retained.
Harry Kim: Still, that probably makes you the most intelligent human being alive.
Seven of Nine: Probably.
Harry Kim: So what do you need the rest of us for?
[Seven gives him a peculiar look]
Harry Kim: Forget I asked.

[Kim and Tuvok are playing kal-toh, when Seven enters the mess hall to call Kim to his duties]
Harry Kim: Give me a few more minutes to figure this out.
Tuvok: You should attend to your duties, Ensign. I'll accept your forfeit.
Harry Kim: No way. This is the closest I've ever come to beating you, and I'm not giving up now.

[Seven has given each member of her work team Borg designations]
Seven of Nine: Six of Ten, this is not your assignment.
Harry Kim: Please, stop calling me that.
Seven of Nine: You're compromising our productivity... I'm reassigning you to chamber maintenance. Your new designation is Two of Ten.
Harry Kim: [laughs] Wait a minute. You're demoting me? Since when do the Borg pull rank?
Seven of Nine: A Starfleet protocol I adapted. I find it most useful.
Harry Kim: I'm glad you're not the Captain.

Harry Kim: Seven's taking this hive mentality just a little too far. Designated functions, numbered drones - I wouldn't be surprised if she started plugging us into alcoves.
Chakotay: When in the Collective, Harry, adapt.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Drive (#7.3)" (2000)
[Tom Paris wants to participate in a race, much against Tuvok's wishes]
Tom Paris: Captain, this race is more than just a sporting event. Until recently, this region was a war zone. Four different species fought for nearly a century to control it.
Harry Kim: Now, for the first time, they're competing peacefully, to commemorate the new treaty that ended the war.
Tom Paris: This race embodies everything the Federation values: a peaceful coexistence, free exchange of ideas...
Captain Kathryn Janeway: I think it's a great idea.
Tom Paris: [baffled silence] You do?
Tuvok: You do?

Harry Kim: [after raving about Irina] I know what you're gonna say...
Tom Paris: No. No, actually, I was just gonna congratulate you. I mean, she's not a Borg, she's not a hologram, and she's not dead. Looks like you might have finally found yourself the perfect woman.

Tom Paris: [Harry is smitten with an alien woman, until he sees her greet her co-pilot] Looks like they're good friends.
Harry Kim: They're teammates.
Tom Paris: Close personal teammates.
Harry Kim: [resigned] Oh, it was nice while it lasted.

Irina: Joxom!
Tom Paris: Who?
Irina: My co-pilot.
Tom Paris: Oh, looks like they're good friends.
Harry Kim: They're teammates.
Tom Paris: Mm.
Tom Paris: Close, personal teammates.
Harry Kim: Oh, it was nice while it lasted.

Harry Kim: Irina & I were up all night.
Tom Paris: Oh, really?
Harry Kim: Making repairs!
Tom Paris: Uh huh.
Harry Kim: To be honest, I can't remember the last time I had so much fun. She's funny, smart, we get along without trying. I'm going to ask her if she wants to spend some time on Voyager after the race.
Tom Paris: What about Joxom?
Harry Kim: Turns out they're just teammates. I know what you're going to say.
Tom Paris: No, no. Actually, I was just going to congratulate you. She's not a Borg, she's not a hologram, and she's not dead. Looks like you might have finally found yourself the perfect woman.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Alice (#6.5)" (1999)
[first lines]
Tom Paris: All right, all right, hold on - if you were married in 2304 and your daughter was conceived during your eleventh pon farr, that would make you... 162 years old.
Tuvok: Incorrect.
Harry Kim: Come on, Tom, the man's not a day over 140. We know you were at least 100 when you joined Starfleet the second time, so I'm guessing you're around... 133?
Tuvok: Also incorrect. I'm afraid you both lack sufficient data to reach a logical conclusion.
Tom Paris: Come on, Tuvok, tell us.
Tuvok: I see no reason to enlighten you.
Harry Kim: Don't tell me Vulcans are embarrassed about their age.
Tuvok: On the contrary. We value the wisdom that comes with advancing years.
Tom Paris: In that case, how *wise* are you?
Tuvok: Wise enough to end this inquiry.

Harry Kim: Alice?
Tom Paris: Well, I've got to call her something.
Harry Kim: How about 'The Lost Cause'?
Tom Paris: [chuckles] Alice Battisti *was* the lost cause.

Tom Paris: Even B'Elanna thinks restoring this ship is worthwhile.
Chakotay: Maybe, if we had the manpower to restore it.
Tom Paris: No, I'll do all the work myself, on my own time. And, if I need a hand, Harry's offered to help.
Harry Kim: I have?

Harry Kim: Bad day at the office?
B'Elanna Torres: Bad night with Tom Paris. - You're his best friend, right?
Harry Kim: So he tells me.
B'Elanna Torres: So maybe you can explain why every time he finds a new hobby, I go right out the airlock.
Harry Kim: I wouldn't take it personally. The Ferengi call it the Five Stages of Acquisition: Infatuation, Justification, Appropriation, Obsession and Resale. Seems like you've only got one stage left before he loses interest in that ship, and he's all yours again.
B'Elanna Torres: Until the next infatuation.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Inside Man (#7.6)" (2000)
Tom Paris: When it comes to getting us home, our shortcuts have a tendency to blow up in our faces.
Harry Kim: Well, that's looking on the bright side.
Tom Paris: Remember Arturis and his quantum slipstream drive? Or, um... or how about the telepathic pitcher plant that made us think we were on our way home, right before it tried to eat the ship?
Harry Kim: This is the best opportunity we've had!
Tom Paris: Yeah, which is why we'll probably end up in the Gamma Quadrant.

Harry Kim: [of Paris] Pardon my friend here. He's convinced we're destined to live out our days in the Delta Quadrant.
Reg: [with Tuvok's voice] Your pessimism is illogical. Perhaps a mind meld would help to alleviate your concern.

[Kim's hopes of returning home have been shattered]
Tom Paris: If it'll make you feel any better, I'll let you in on a little secret: I was on the bridge this morning when we received a hail from an Iconian scientist. He claims to have a trans-dimensional gateway that can take us anywhere in the galaxy.
Harry Kim: I'm not that gullible.
B'Elanna Torres: It's true. I was there. The Captain doesn't want us to get our hopes up, but personally, I think we'll be home by the end of the week.
Harry Kim: [rapt] Are you serious?
[Paris snorts]
B'Elanna Torres: [to Tom] You were right about him.

Seven of Nine: What are you doing?
Harry Kim: Tying the transceiver into the holodeck's pattern buffer.
Seven of Nine: Those systems aren't compatible. You'll depolarise the relays.
Harry Kim: Starfleet wouldn't have sent this hologram if it weren't important. I'm sure it's worth a few burnt-out relays.
Seven of Nine: [there is a console-shattering kaboom. Seven examines the damage] You've overloaded the transceiver.
Harry Kim: But I saved the hologram!

"Star Trek: Voyager: Tinker Tenor Doctor Spy (#6.4)" (1999)
[the crew is monitoring the Doctor's daydreams]
The Doctor: Computer, activate the Emergency Command Hologram.
Harry Kim: This is the part I like.

Tom Paris: What I wouldn't give right now for a whoopee cushion.
Harry Kim: A what?
Tom Paris: Ancient technology.

[the Doctor is afraid of failing in his first real command experience]
Harry Kim: Listen, Doc, the whole reason you wanted to be able to daydream was to test out possibilities, right? Well, consider this a field test.

Tom Paris: What I wouldn't give for a whoopee cushion.
Harry Kim: A what?
Tom Paris: Old technology.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Bride of Chaotica! (#5.12)" (1999)
[reporting on his impersonation of the President of Earth]
The Doctor: My performance was unimpeachable.
Harry Kim: He agreed?
The Doctor: Let's just say, I'm considering running for office when we get back to Earth.

Tom Paris: Space drive.
Harry Kim: Check.
Satan's Robot: Check!
Tom Paris: Destructo beam?
Harry Kim: Check.
Satan's Robot: Check!
Tom Paris: [indicating Satan's Robot] If I could access holodeck controls, the first thing I'd do is delete this guy.
Satan's Robot: Delete this guy!
Tom Paris: As a matter of fact, as soon as this is all over, I think I'm gonna delete the whole program!
Harry Kim: What about your historical study?
Tom Paris: Class dismissed. No more robots, no more mad scientist, no more death rays. I am retiring my rocket pack, Harry. Someone else can save the universe from now on.
Harry Kim: Final chapter, huh?
Tom Paris: The End.

Tom Paris: Doc, activate the destructo beam!
The Doctor: The what?
Tom Paris: The big button in the middle of that panel.
[the Doctor is about to press a button in the middle of *a* panel]
Tom Paris, Harry Kim: [horrified] The other panel!

Harry Kim: Cliffhangers!
Tom Paris: The lost art of a hyperbole.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Course: Oblivion (#5.18)" (1999)
Captain Kathryn Janeway: We're gathered here today, not as Starfleet officers, but as friends and family, to celebrate the marriage of two of Voyager's finest. B'Elanna has asked me to forgo the rigors of Klingon painstiks in favor of a more traditional ceremony.
Harry Kim: They're saving the painstiks for the honeymoon.

Harry Kim: Hungry?
Tom Paris: Can't join you tonight. Dinner with B'Elanna.
Harry Kim: Married one day and you're already domesticated.

Harry Kim: Tom.
Tom Paris: There's no one here by that name.
Harry Kim: I just wanted to say... I'm sorry about B'Elanna.
Tom Paris: Sorry? What for?
Harry Kim: She was your wife!
Tom Paris: She was a duplicate - just like you are, Harry.
Harry Kim: You heard the Captain, if we're gonna survive this, we've gotta believe in ourselves.
Tom Paris: [laughs sarcastically] You can drop the good soldier routine. You don't have to do everything the Captain says anymore. Hell, she's not even the Captain.
Harry Kim: She is to me.

[at the attempt to launch the time capsule, it is destroyed]
Harry Kim: Personal logs, mission logs, all our history - gone.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Spirit Folk (#6.17)" (2000)
Harry Kim: I heard about your little traffic accident.
Tom Paris: [laughs embarrassed] Now, that was a clutch malfunction, it wasn't my fault.
B'Elanna Torres: [on Fair Haven] If you ask me, that whole program is an accident waiting to happen.

Harry Kim: If you'll excuse me, I'm late for a moonlight stroll.
Tom Paris: Are you sure you don't need a chaperon?
Harry Kim: [laughs] Not with your driving record.

Maggie O'Halloran: Would you like to kiss me?
Harry Kim: Is that a trick question?

Harry Kim: Computer: One dozen Broadway Lillies.
Tom Paris: Something tells me that's not lunch.
Harry Kim: I already ate.
Tom Paris: Who are the for?
Harry Kim: A friend.
Tom Paris: This friend wouldn't happen to be a lovely Irish Lass, would she?
Harry Kim: Aren't you due on the bridge?
Tom Paris: You better watch yourself, Harry. Those country girls aren't as simple as you think. Maggie O'Halloran could be a little more than you can handle.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Workforce: Part 1 (#7.16)" (2001)
Harry Kim: In six years, I've never been on an away mission worse than this one.
Neelix: I don't know how you can say that. The cargo hold is crammed with valuable supplies.
Harry Kim: And my stomach is crammed with alien parasites, doing backflips.
Neelix: I guess you shouldn't have drunk that Falah nectar.
Harry Kim: You insisted I try it!
Neelix: Uh... The Nar Shaddan consider it a delicacy. To refuse would have insulted them.
Harry Kim: I didn't hear you insisting that Commander Chakotay try it.
Neelix: Commander Chakotay's a vegetarian.
Harry Kim: [aghast] It was made from meat?
Neelix: More like a meat by-product.
Harry Kim: [groans] I'm gonna be sick.
Neelix: Not after you drink this.
[hands him a glass]
Harry Kim: What is it?
Neelix: Leola bark tea, to settle even the queasiest of stomachs.
Harry Kim: [sniffs] Ugh! It smells worse than the meat nectar! I'll wait for the Doctor to treat me.

Harry Kim: I'm still feeling kinda queasy from that nectar.
The Doctor: I treated you days ago!
Harry Kim: Whatever you did hasn't worked. Maybe all those command subroutines are compromising your medical abilities.
The Doctor: Maybe all that sarcasm is compromising your natural charm.

The Doctor: [to Chakotay] I assumed *I'd* be in charge during your absence, Commander!
Harry Kim: 'scuse me?
The Doctor: [to Kim] An Emergency Command Hologram, programmed with over two million tactical subroutines, outranks an ensign.
Harry Kim: A few words to the computer, and this ensign can delete those subroutines.
The Doctor: Then you'd be depriving yourself of a skilled leader for the sake of your ego.
Harry Kim: Hah, *my* ego?
Chakotay: Gentlemen! Work it out.
The Doctor, Harry Kim: Aye, sir.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Repression (#7.4)" (2000)
[Paris and Kim have created a negative image of Tabor's aggressor via photon displacement]
Tuvok: Can you extrapolate the assailant's height and weight?
Harry Kim: I'd say between 170 and 190 centimeters, maybe 75 kilograms.
Tom Paris: That describes about half the members of the crew.
Harry Kim: At least we can rule out Naomi Wildman.

Tuvok: The attacks began shortly after we received the last data stream. Your letter was part of that transmission.
Harry Kim: A lot of people got letters.
Tuvok: 28, to be exact. But only six of them match the physical parameters of the photon displacement.
Harry Kim: Am I a suspect?
Tuvok: According to the letter, your friend Mr. Soroyan was killed by the Maquis a number of years ago.
Harry Kim: You got me, Tuvok. I confess. I was so distraught after hearing Max's name that I fired my Captain Proton comatizer at every Maquis I could find.

Harry Kim: Good to see you, Commander.
Chakotay: It's good to be back.
[stuns Kim and every other officer on the bridge]

"Star Trek: Voyager: Tsunkatse (#6.15)" (2000)
[Harry challenges Chakotay to a boxing match]
Harry Kim: I can take a punch.
B'Elanna Torres: Careful, Harry. Legend has it that the Tattooed Terror has put more men in sickbay than the Ankaran flu.

[Paris is practicing some box movements against Kim]
Harry Kim: Oh, you punch like a Ferengi.

Harry Kim: [of parrises squares] Now, that's a tough sport.
Chakotay: I boxed a few parrises players in my day.
B'Elanna Torres: And?
Chakotay: Let's just say they went back to playing parrises squares after that.

"Star Trek: Voyager: One (#4.25)" (1998)
Tom Paris: [on the stasis units] Why do they have to design these things like coffins?
Harry Kim: Should we replicate you a teddy bear?

Harry Kim: Neelix, this soup is great. What is it?
Neelix: It's my secret recipe. I've never told anyone what's in it.
Tom Paris: Why does that make me nervous?
B'Elanna Torres: Oh, come on, Tom, where's your sense of adventure?
Tom Paris: Not in my stomach.

[last lines]
Tom Paris: Just think - we could have died in those coffins.
Seven of Nine: I suspect you would have found a way out before that, Lieutenant.
Harry Kim: What do you mean?
Seven of Nine: Lieutenant Paris refused to stay confined. On four separate occasions, the Doctor and I had to put him back into his stasis unit.
Harry Kim: Were you, um... locked in dark closets or something as a child?
Tom Paris: I just don't like closed places. I never have, I-I don't know why.
Seven of Nine: Perhaps you dislike being alone.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Lineage (#7.12)" (2001)
Harry Kim: It's all over now. No more late nights on the holodeck, no more racing the Delta Flyer...
Tom Paris: Don't you think you're exaggerating just a little?
Harry Kim: I've seen it happen. The new dad gets tied down with family, old friends drop away...
Tom Paris: It's fatherhood, Harry, not exile.

Harry Kim: Maybe that's what pregnancy's for: time to let reality sink in - before your life spins out of control.

[Tom is having marital problems with B'Elanna]
Tom Paris: What am I supposed to do?
Harry Kim: Maybe you should tell her you understand.
Tom Paris: What good would that do?
Harry Kim: It might make her less defensive; and then maybe it would be easier for her to see your point of view.
Tom Paris: Yeah... What if she can't?
Harry Kim: Like I said, my couch is your couch.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Twisted (#2.6)" (1995)
[the Doctor is in deep embrace with Sandrine, when Kim enters the holodeck]
Ensign Harry Kim: Doc?
The Doctor: Ensign Kim! I was just, er...
Sandrine: Playing doctor.

Ensign Harry Kim: What're you still doing on the holodeck? Besides playing doctor, that is.

Captain Kathryn Janeway: Harry...
Ensign Harry Kim: Yes, ma'am?
Captain Kathryn Janeway: I just want you to know: you've been one of the bright spots of this whole mission. You've exceeded any expectations I might have had of you.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Hunters (#4.15)" (1998)
Captain Kathryn Janeway: At the very least, we know the relay stations extend almost all the way to the Alpha Quadrant. If Starfleet has found a way to use them to transmit messages, we'll be able to stay in constant contact with people at home. That has to be comforting
Harry Kim: Sure it is, but I think it's more comforting to think that Starfleet is going to *get* us home. And if no one objects, that's what I'm gonna do.

Tom Paris: You shouldn't get your hopes up, Harry. No hopes, no disappointments.
Harry Kim: I'm not you.

Harry Kim: I thought Seven was working in here.
B'Elanna Torres: She's gone with Tuvok to shore up the station's confinement field. I've taken over for her. Disappointed?
Harry Kim: Of course not. Would you stop that? I've told you there's nothing between us.
B'Elanna Torres: I know there's nothing *between* you. It's purely a one-way attraction.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Hope and Fear (#4.26)" (1998)
[the crew have checked out the "USS Dauntless" as suitable to get them home]
Harry Kim: So, what're we waiting for?
Seven of Nine: Your enthusiasm is premature. Voyager is a proven vessel. It would be reckless to abandon it so quickly.
Harry Kim: Come on, where's that Borg spirit? We'll adapt.
Seven of Nine: My 'Borg spirit' gives me an objectivity you lack.

Harry Kim: [of Earth] Believe me, Seven, one look at that big, blue marble and you'll fall in love. It's got just about every ecosystem you can think of. And hundreds of different humanoid species live there: Vulcans, Bolians, Ktarians - if you like Ktarians...

Harry Kim: Seven... For what it's worth - it won't be the same without you.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Memorial (#6.14)" (2000)
[Chakotay, Paris, Kim and Neelix return from an away mission with the Delta Flyer]
Harry Kim: If I ever volunteer for a two-week away mission again, would somebody please confine me to sickbay?
Chakotay: Too much togetherness for you, Harry?
Harry Kim: Nothing personal, Commander.
Neelix: To tell you the truth, I've enjoyed our little junket together. It's given the four of us a chance to bond.
Harry Kim: The bonding stopped when the sonic shower went offline.

[Chakotay has suggested they shut down the memorial's transmitter that has caused their war memories]
Neelix: Someone put a lot of time and care into building that transmitter. We can't just deactivate it, we don't have the right!
Harry Kim: Did they have the right to force us to relive all that?
Neelix: They wanted others to know what it was like, in the hopes that nothing like it would happen again.
Chakotay: Why should anyone have to experience an atrocity they didn't commit?
Neelix: Because that's how you learn not to make the same mistake. If we destroy the evidence, we're no better than Saavdra.

Neelix: Think of the great explorers that came before us! They survived without creature comforts!
Harry Kim: I wouldn't want to bunk with them, either.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Parturition (#2.7)" (1995)
Ensign Harry Kim: Stay out of harm's way.
["old Chinese expression"]

Tom Paris: Aaww, Harry... I'm in trouble.
Ensign Harry Kim: What's new?
Tom Paris: I think I'm in love.
Ensign Harry Kim: What's new?
Tom Paris: With Kes.
Ensign Harry Kim: *Kes*?

Ensign Harry Kim: [about Paris and Neelix] I'm sure they'll both be fine.
Kes: Unless they kill each other.

"Star Trek: Voyager: The 37's (#2.1)" (1995)
Ensign Harry Kim: Who's Amelia Earhart?

Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: You? You'd stay here on the planet?
Ensign Harry Kim: I didn't say I was going to. I just said I could understand why people would want to. The people here remind me of home. I haven't felt like that since I left Earth.
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: But, but you're Starfleet. You've always wanted a life in space.
Ensign Harry Kim: I know, but... my whole life? On a starship, day by day, with no end in sight - that's not exactly what I had in mind.
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: You're not the first person I've heard talk like this. A lot of people are thinking about staying.
Ensign Harry Kim: What about you? Don't you have some of those feelings?
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: I'd be lying if I said I didn't.

[last lines]
Captain Kathryn Janeway: All stations prepare for departure. Condition blue, Mr. Tuvok. Ms. Torres, anti-grav thrusters online.
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: Thrusters enabled.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Mr. Paris, inertial dampers to flight configuration. Impulse drive to standby.
Lieutenant Tom Paris: Yes, ma'am.
Ensign Harry Kim: All stations report ready, Captain.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Then let's do it. Take us up.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Author, Author (#7.20)" (2001)
[from the Doctor's holo-story]
Ensign Kymble: There must be millions of viruses in this quadrant that no one's ever encountered before. With my luck, I'll probably end up catching half of them!
Harry Kim: Great! My character's a hypochondriac.

[Kim has lost his com-link with his parents]
Harry Kim: Argh, I don't believe this! I had a minute and a half left!
Seven of Nine: You'll have another opportunity to speak with them in approximately two months.
Harry Kim: You just don't get it, do you?
Seven of Nine: No.
Harry Kim: Maybe if you had family you were close to, you'd feel a little differently.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Time and Again (#1.3)" (1995)
Lieutenant Tom Paris: We're the only Humans out here, Harry. People are gonna start pairing off. And if we don't get to the Delaney sisters in Stellar Cartography soon, somebody else will.
Ensign Harry Kim: I got a girl back home.
Lieutenant Tom Paris: So what? I got five.

[Paris tries to persuade Kim to a double-date with the Delaney sisters]
Ensign Harry Kim: I told you, I need to run a transtator diagnostic.
Lieutenant Tom Paris: [scoffs] You need to run a self-diagnostic!

"Star Trek: Voyager: Homestead (#7.23)" (2001)
Harry Kim: Neelix does too many things to have just one station. He's our ambassador, morale officer...
Chakotay: ...trade negotiator - without a doubt, he's the most versatile member of our crew.

[first lines]
B'Elanna Torres: [helping herself to a handful of cheese pierogi] Now, these are delicious!
Harry Kim: Uh, leave some for the rest of us.
B'Elanna Torres: Hey, I'm eating for two.

"Star Trek: Voyager: The Raven (#4.6)" (1997)
Harry Kim: There were some personal log entries, mostly observations about the crew's behavior. I'm mentioned in quite a few of them. Apparently she finds my behavior easy to predict - whatever that means.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Don't take it personally. Coming from Seven, that's probably a compliment.

B'Elanna Torres: [on Seven's departure] You're taking this kind of hard, aren't you?
Harry Kim: What's that supposed to mean?
[Torres does not answer]
Harry Kim: We had a working relationship!
B'Elanna Torres: Well, what's *that* supposed to mean?
Harry Kim: It's not what you're thinking.
B'Elanna Torres: What am I thinking, Harry?
Harry Kim: Never mind.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Natural Law (#7.22)" (2001)
[as a penalty for a flight infraction, Paris has to take flight lessons]
Harry Kim: Tom! You joining us? Oh, that's right, you have to go to pilot school!
B'Elanna Torres: I hear the course takes days.
Tom Paris: Yeah, for most people, but I did a little research. If the instructor agrees, you can skip the lessons and go right to the test. So I will be seeing you in a couple of hours.
Neelix: [to Torres] You have to admire his optimism.

Tom Paris: [receiving the instructor] It's an honor to meet you, sir. May I show you to the Delta Flyer?
Kleg, Flying Instructor: Why?
Tom Paris: Um... so you can explain what I did wrong and then administer the test.
Kleg, Flying Instructor: It sounds to me like you need lessons in patience as well.
B'Elanna Torres: [ironic] Oh, Tom is very patient, sir.
Neelix: [likewise] Never impulsive.
Harry Kim: Take all the time you need. He'll enjoy the extra attention.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Ex Post Facto (#1.7)" (1995)
Ensign Harry Kim: [referring to Lidele] If it had been me, I would have stayed as far away from her as possible.
Lieutenant Tom Paris: Someday it *will* be you, Harry. You'll meet her; and you'll know it's wrong from the first moment you see her; you'll know there's nothing you can do about it.

[Kim peers at Paris after the latter has been ogling at Lidele]
Lieutenant Tom Paris: What're you looking at?
Ensign Harry Kim: Not the same thing that you're looking at, that's for sure.
[Lidele's dog barks at Paris]
Lieutenant Tom Paris: What're *you* looking at?

"Star Trek: Voyager: Investigations (#2.20)" (1996)
Ensign Harry Kim, Neelix: It's the job of a journalist to be independent.

Ensign Harry Kim: [about Neelix's entertainment program] Recipes, music, jugglers - it's sort of like a steady diet of dessert, which is fine. But pretty soon you want some meat and potatoes.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Prime Factors (#1.9)" (1995)
[Kim tells Eudana about how Voyager got stranded in the Delta Quadrant]
Eudana: That's a very noble story.
Ensign Harry Kim: Noble?
Eudana: Mm. Stories can be whimsical or frightening or, or melancholy or many other things. But noble stories are the ones that can most affect our lives.

Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: Harry... Is it true about you and the Delaney sisters?
Ensign Harry Kim: Is what true?
Seska: Come on, Harry. There aren't any secrets on a ship this small.
Ensign Harry Kim: What have you been telling people?
Lieutenant Tom Paris: Well, we did take that trip to Venice with them.
Ensign Harry Kim: The holodeck? You got to be kidding. That lasted all of 15 minutes.
Lieutenant Tom Paris: Yeah, you know, I've been meaning to ask you. What happened when you and Jenny Delaney disappeared on that gondola?
Ensign Harry Kim: Nothing.
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: Harry, we're your friends. You can tell us.
Ensign Harry Kim: Nothing. We... talked. And then... I fell over the side.
Seska: You fell out of the gondola?
Lieutenant Tom Paris: I think maybe Harry wasn't prepared for how voracious Jenny Delaney can be.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Dark Frontier (#5.15)" (1999)
[Janeway is examining a spherical object]
Harry Kim: Captain! Don't touch that.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: What is it?
Harry Kim: I don't know, but a few minutes ago, it was crawling around the floor.

Harry Kim: [after destroying a Borg vessel] I wish that boom had been a bit smaller; we were only trying to disable them.
Tom Paris: They were drones, Harry, mindless automatons. We did them a favor.
[Seven of Nine appears behind Paris, obviously aware of his comment]
Harry Kim: Seven!
Tom Paris: [embarrassed] Um... look, I, I didn't mean anything by that.
Seven of Nine: Your apology is irrelevant. It's impossible to offend a mindless drone.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Blink of an Eye (#6.12)" (2000)
Chakotay: Seven's picked up a few of their local transmissions. I can tell you the names of all 26 states on the planet.
Harry Kim: And all the best places to eat?
Chakotay: Just about.

[Voyager is being pummeled with more and more sophisticated projectiles]
Tuvok: Shields at 23 percent... 17 percent... Shields are down.
Tom Paris: What was that last one?
Harry Kim: A tricobalt device.
Tom Paris: What'll they think of next?

"Star Trek: Voyager: Emanations (#1.8)" (1995)
Ensign Harry Kim: Do you have any star charts I could look at? I'd like to figure out where I am now in relation to where I was.
Dr. Neria: Where you are now is in the world of the living. Where you came from was... another dimension.
Ensign Harry Kim: Another dimension?
Dr. Neria: Yes. You returned from the Next Emanation - the afterlife.

Ensign Harry Kim: [of the Vhnori] You think they do have an afterlife? That the energy field is where they exist at a higher level of consciousness, just like they believe?
Captain Kathryn Janeway: I'm not certain. But I am certain about this: what we don't know about death... is far, far greater than what we do know.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Night (#5.1)" (1998)
[Janeway intends to sacrifice herself to get Voyager out of the void]
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Tom, set a course.
[Tom remains in his seat with his arms crossed]
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Lieutenant, I gave you an order.
Tom Paris: I can't follow that order, ma'am.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Harry, take the helm.
Harry Kim: I'm sorry, Captain.
[Janeway looks at the other crew members one by one, finally at Seven... ]
Seven of Nine: I will not comply.
[... and the Doctor]
The Doctor: What's a hologram to do?
Tuvok: As you can see, you're not the only one who's had time to evaluate the past.

Harry Kim: I was hoping for a change of pace, but a blackout isn't exactly what I had in mind.

"Star Trek: Voyager: In the Flesh (#5.4)" (1998)
Harry Kim: The last 8472 I met tried to dissolve me from the inside out.
Tom Paris: It was only trying to get to know you better, Harry. You can't fault a person for that.

Harry Kim: What did you find down there?
Tuvok: Earth.

"Star Trek: Voyager: The Gift (#4.2)" (1997)
Harry Kim: [attempting small-talk with Seven of Nine] I guess the Borg meet a lot of people, don't they?

Harry Kim: So what's it like out there, in Galactic Cluster III?
Seven of Nine: Beyond your comprehension.
Harry Kim: Try me.
Seven of Nine: Galactic Cluster III is a transmaterial energy plane intersecting twenty-two billion omnicordial life forms.
Harry Kim: Ah... Interesting.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Future's End: Part 1 (#3.8)" (1996)
Neelix: We have come across some very intriguing televised broadcasts. Take a look at this: it's a form of entertainment called a 'soap opera'. The exploration of human relationships is fascinating.
Ensign Harry Kim: Hm. I can't imagine just watching the story and not being a part of it.
Kes: That's because you've been spoiled by the holodeck. There's something to be said for non-interactive stories like this, being swept away in the narrative.

Science Division Officer: [Voyager has been hailed by Rain Robinson, while orbiting 20th Century Earth] Should I respond?
Ensign Harry Kim: Absolutely not.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Live Fast and Prosper (#6.21)" (2000)
Harry Kim: Tuvok, we saved you a seat.
[Tuvok hesitates]
Tom Paris: What's wrong?
Tuvok: Someone has altered one of my holodeck programs. Again.
Tom Paris: Hm. Are you sure it isn't just one of these malfunctions?
Harry Kim: Everything on the ship's been affected, including the holodecks.
Tuvok: The Oracle of K'Tal isn't programmed to wear pajamas.
Tom Paris: Well, maybe he overslept.
Tuvok: I am not amused by your practical jokes, Mr. Paris.
Tom Paris: Ha! Why do you always think it's me?
Tuvok: Mr. Kim?
Harry Kim: Mm, I'd like to claim credit, but I'm innocent.
Tuvok: The next time I visit the holodeck, I expect to find my program restored to its original parameters.
Tom Paris: I'm telling you, Tuvok, we didn't do it!
Harry Kim: [waits until Tuvok is out of earshot] I wonder how the Oracle would look in a sombrero.

Captain Kathryn Janeway: If I could have everyone's attention for a moment. We found a contaminant in the replicator system. It's nothing serious, but if any of you start to feel a little queasy, report to sickbay immediately. In the meantime, the galley is closed.
Harry Kim: [to Paris] I wish I hadn't had seconds.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Barge of the Dead (#6.3)" (1999)
B'Elanna Torres: Harry, it bled. It screamed. There's got to be some explanation!
Harry Kim: Hey, I've got one for you: you hit your head harder than you thought!

"Star Trek: Voyager: Displaced (#3.24)" (1997)
B'Elanna Torres: You don't think I'm hostile, do you?
Harry Kim: I, er... wouldn't describe you that way, no...
B'Elanna Torres: I know that I have a temper. But that doesn't mean that I'm always hostile, does it?
Harry Kim: [nervous giggle] No, of course not.
B'Elanna Torres: I am forthright, I speak my mind; that is very different from being hostile.
Harry Kim: [tensely] Very different.
B'Elanna Torres: [tetchily] And if someone described me that way, they'd be way off the mark, wouldn't they?
Harry Kim: [nervously] Way off.
B'Elanna Torres: Then why do you look like you're afraid for your life?

"Star Trek: Voyager: Riddles (#6.6)" (1999)
Harry Kim: [explaining kal-toh to an amnesic Tuvok] The object of the game is to turn this jumble of rods into a perfect sphere. We take turns positioning our pieces. Whoever gets the shape to appear first, wins.
Tuvok: I like the way it looks now.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Prototype (#2.13)" (1996)
Ensign Harry Kim: You may think you're tougher than everybody else, B'Elanna Torres, but I can go without sleep just as long as you can.
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: Don't make me laugh, Starfleet. And don't make me pull rank on you, either.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Waking Moments (#4.13)" (1998)
B'Elanna Torres: We were just trading dream stories.
Neelix: Tell us yours.
Harry Kim: Oh, it was... nothing very interesting, just the usual... You know...
B'Elanna Torres: Who was she, Harry?
[Harry stares at her flabbergasted]
Harry Kim: The woman of my dreams!

"Star Trek: Voyager: Equinox: Part 1 (#5.26)" (1999)
Harry Kim: [to Tom Paris] Well, Turkey Platter, what do you say we go to work?

"Star Trek: Voyager: Unforgettable (#4.22)" (1998)
Seven of Nine: When you mentioned Commander Chakotay's name, she flushed. He did the same when he saw her.
Harry Kim: What are you saying?
Seven of Nine: I suspect the Commander and Kellin are engaged in a courtship ritual. Seems an unnecessary and complicated precursor to the act of procreation.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Mortal Coil (#4.12)" (1997)
Harry Kim: Potent stuff!

"Star Trek: Voyager: Prophecy (#7.14)" (2001)
The Doctor: What happened to you?
Harry Kim: I cut myself shaving.
The Doctor: Is that a bite mark?
Harry Kim: One of the Klingons attacked me.
The Doctor: Did you do something to provoke him?
Harry Kim: Not him. Her. And she wasn't provoked, she was... aroused.
The Doctor: Ah. I'm not surprised. I've studied the section on Klingon mating rituals in their cultural database.
Harry Kim: Then maybe you can tell me how to convince a female twice my size that I'm not interested!
The Doctor: Hm - you probably can't.
Harry Kim: Great.
The Doctor: As I understand it, you have two options. Kill her... or mate with her. Since the first option is clearly unacceptable...
[hands Kim a PADD]
Harry Kim: What's this?
The Doctor: Authorization for you to engage in intimate relations with a member of an alien species. Be sure to get the Captain's approval as well.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Dreadnought (#2.17)" (1996)
[Torres is desperately attempting to beam over to Dreadnought]
Ensign Harry Kim: Don't worry, we'll find a way to get you back over there.
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: We wouldn't have to if I'd done my job right the first time.
Ensign Harry Kim: You couldn't expect to guess every move it made.
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: Why not? Dreadnought seems pretty good at guessing mine.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Someone to Watch Over Me (#5.22)" (1999)
Seven of Nine: The Doctor asked me to pick a suitable candidate.
Harry Kim: For what?
Seven of Nine: Lesson 10 - The First Date.
Harry Kim: *Your* first date?
Seven of Nine: I've narrowed the list to two crewmen, based on work performance and compatible interests.
Harry Kim: I didn't know you *had* any interests.
Seven of Nine: Neither did I, but apparently they include astronomy, quantum mechanics and music.
Harry Kim: I play the clarinet, you know.
Seven of Nine: You are not one of the candidates, Ensign.
Harry Kim: Oh.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Latent Image (#5.11)" (1999)
The Doctor: [while examining unexpected scarring on Harry Kim] No doubt about it, somebody performed neurosurgery. And that somebody... was me! These microlineal incisions are a dead giveaway; I developed that procedure myself!
Harry Kim: I don't understand. I don't remember having an operation.
The Doctor: I'm a little confused as well... because I don't remember performing it.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Deadlock (#2.21)" (1996)
[last lines]
Captain Kathryn Janeway: It's good to have you back, Ensign.
Ensign Harry Kim: Thank you - I think.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Something wrong?
Ensign Harry Kim: I'm not sure. I mean... this isn't really my ship. And you're not really my Captain, and yet you are, and... there's no difference. But I know there's a difference. Or is there? It's all a little weird.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Mr. Kim, we're Starfleet officers. Weird is part of the job.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Heroes and Demons (#1.11)" (1995)
[the Doctor has managed to bring back Kim, Chakotay and Tuvok]
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Good work, Doctor.
Ensign Harry Kim: Yeah, good work... Would you mind telling me where I was?

"Star Trek: Voyager: Think Tank (#5.20)" (1999)
Tuvok: According to Seven of Nine, the Hazari pride themselves on honoring their agreements.
Harry Kim: Great. Bounty hunters with a work ethic.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Scorpion: Part 1 (#3.26)" (1997)
[upon encountering the remains of 15 Borg ships]
Chakotay: Life signs?
Ensign Harry Kim: A few but they're erratic.
Lieutenant Tuvok: Captain, I am detecting 2 residual weapons signatures in the debris. One is Borg. The other is of unknown origin.
Lieutenant Tom Paris: Who could do this to the Borg?

"Star Trek: Voyager: Human Error (#7.18)" (2001)
Seven of Nine: You have an appealing coiffure. What is your grooming regimen?
B'Elanna Torres: [baffled] You're asking me what I do with my hair?
Seven of Nine: Yes.
B'Elanna Torres: Um... well, nothing too elaborate. Sonic shower, a little engine grease... Thinking about a new look?
Seven of Nine: Perhaps. I'll keep you apprised if you'd like.
B'Elanna Torres: [bewildered] Please do.
[Seven leaves]
B'Elanna Torres: Was that Seven of Nine?
Harry Kim: There must be an alien intruder on board.

"Star Trek: Voyager: The Killing Game: Part 1 (#4.18)" (1998)
[last lines]
Harry Kim: You wanted a war? Looks like you've got one!

"Star Trek: Voyager: Once Upon a Time (#5.5)" (1998)
Harry Kim: How is she?
Neelix: On the Naomi anxiety scale of 1 to 10, where 1 is a touch of insomnia and 10 is a panic attack - 'bout 5.

"Star Trek: Voyager: The Voyager Conspiracy (#6.9)" (1999)
Chakotay: I'm curious why you built this catapult.
Tash: Simple. I've been looking for a way to get home.
Harry Kim: We know the feeling.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Learning Curve (#1.15)" (1995)
B'Elanna Torres: Chell - what are you doing?
Crewman Chell: Mr. Tuvok ordered me to degauss the entire transporter room.
B'Elanna Torres: But you're using a micro-resonator.
Crewman Chell: [sardonically] I know.
B'Elanna Torres: Why don't you use the magneton scanner? You'd be done in five minutes.
Ensign Harry Kim: Tuvok told him to use the micro-resonator.
B'Elanna Torres: But he'll be at it for hours.
Crewman Chell: Mr... Tuvok estimated 26.3 hours.
Ensign Harry Kim: Sounds like a Tuvok estimate.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Concerning Flight (#4.11)" (1997)
Harry Kim: I'm a pretty easy-going person. I mean, it takes a lot to ruffle my feathers. But that's not true of everybody. You've got to learn how to phrase things a little more diplomatically.
[Seven just gives him a Look]
Harry Kim: Or not.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Worst Case Scenario (#3.25)" (1997)
Ensign Harry Kim: So, what's this Ayala tells me about a new holo-novel?
Lieutenant Tom Paris: [laughs embarrassed] Get in line, Harry.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Nothing Human (#5.8)" (1998)
[Cpt. Janeway and several crew members are listening to a very boring presentation by the Doctor on the holodeck]
Harry Kim: [on the bridge] 2100 hours, Commander. All systems reporting normal.
Chakotay: Acknowledged.
Harry Kim: Like I said, it's 2100 hours.
Chakotay: I heard you the first time, Harry.
Harry Kim: They've been in there over an hour.
Chakotay: I'm aware of that.
Harry Kim: Didn't the Captain ask you to rescue them after 30 minutes?
Chakotay: Harry, you and I were lucky enough to enjoy the Doctor's scintillating exhibition for two full hours. Would it really be fair of us to deny our friends the same unforgettable experience?
Harry Kim: [smiling] Of course not, sir.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Dragon's Teeth (#6.7)" (1999)
[during an attack by Vaadwaur ships, Janeway suggests using the atmosphere's radiogenic particles as a power source for Voyager's impulse drive]
Captain Kathryn Janeway: What if we drew the particles directly into our plasma manifold?
Tom Paris: That would give us one hell of a boost.
Harry Kim: It could also blow out every power relay on the ship.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Damned if we do, damned if we don't.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Extreme Risk (#5.3)" (1998)
Harry Kim: I keep telling you, we've got to reinforce the hull with kellinite. That's all there is to it.
Tuvok: Proposing the same flawed strategy over and over again will not make it more effective, Ensign.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Resolutions (#2.25)" (1996)
Lieutenant Tuvok: Ensign, I'm going to say this once, and once only: if you ever question my orders again, you will be relieved of duty permanently. The next words I expect to hear from you are "Yes, sir".
Ensign Harry Kim: Yes - sir!

"Star Trek: Voyager: Drone (#5.2)" (1998)
Harry Kim: I'll get the scans underway.
Chakotay: If you don't mind being an ensign again.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Maneuvers (#2.11)" (1995)
Ensign Harry Kim: [Voyager has detected a Federation communication signal] They must be looking for us!
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Your optimism may be premature, Mister Kim...
Ensign Harry Kim: Sorry, Captain.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: ...but it's also infectious!

"Star Trek: Voyager: Vis À Vis (#4.20)" (1998)
Harry Kim: Give the Doc my best.
Steth-Paris: I will!
[Kim disappears into the turbolift]
Steth-Paris: If I ever find him.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Parallax (#1.2)" (1995)
Ensign Harry Kim: So, I hear there's been some trouble down in Engineering.
Lieutenant Tuvok: There was an altercation, but it has been resolved.
Ensign Harry Kim: Well, that's not what I hear. I hear that the whole department's up in arms, that the Maquis and Starfleet people are almost at each other's throats.
Lieutenant Tuvok: I will never cease to be amazed by the Human capacity for hyperbole.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Collective (#6.16)" (2000)
Tom Paris: [the boys are playing poker] Look, why don't we make things a little more interesting? Forget the chips. Let's bet on tomorrow's work detail, all right? Whoever wins this hand gets the morning off.
Chakotay: I'm in.
Harry Kim: I'm in.
Neelix: Sounds good to me.
Chakotay: What have you got?
Harry Kim: Two pair.
Neelix: Does that beat a flush?
Harry Kim: I *knew* you were bluffing!
Chakotay: That beats me. Tom?
Chakotay: [Tom says nothing; he's staring in horror at the viewscreen. The others follow his gaze, and see a Borg cube coming right at them] Battle stations!
Tom Paris: [as everyone scrambles for their station] And I had a full house...

Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force (2000) (VG)
Ensign Harry Kim: [during holomatch] Even black holes don't suck that bad!

"Star Trek: Voyager: Before and After (#3.21)" (1997)
Ensign Harry Kim: So, how does it feel to be a grandfather?
Lieutenant Tom Paris: A lot better than it does to have you for a son-in-law.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Scientific Method (#4.7)" (1997)
Harry Kim: I don't believe it - we're alive.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Remember (#3.6)" (1996)
Ensign Harry Kim: [at the end of a duty shift, Kim suggests dinner to Torres and Jessen, a pretty alien scientist] So, I guess it'll just be the three of us.
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: Actually, getting some rest sounded like a pretty good idea. Why don't you go on without me?
[she's barely finished the suggestion before Harry and Jessen leave]
Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres: No, really, I insist.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Darkling (#3.18)" (1997)
The Doctor: Would somebody care to tell me exactly what we're all doing here? And why I'm wearing these ridiculous clothes?
Ensign Harry Kim: Kim to bridge. We got them. And the Doctor seems to be back to normal.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Future's End: Part 2 (#3.9)" (1996)
Ensign Harry Kim: He's entering the rift.
Commander Chakotay: Fire!
[the torpedo is launched; Starling's computer beeps]
Henry Starling: Uh-oh...!

"Star Trek: Voyager: The Haunting of Deck Twelve (#6.25)" (2000)
Tom Paris: [on the cloud formations of the nebula] Now, there's a creepy image. Reminds me of something out of Edgar Allan Poe.
Harry Kim: Looks like a vampire bat. You can make out the wings, even the ears. What do you see, Tuvok?
Tuvok: Two Starfleet officers with juvenile imaginations.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Survival Instinct (#6.2)" (1999)
[Tom and Harry are answering for turning a Kinbori game into a fistfight]
Harry Kim: And then, uh... well, things got a little out of hand.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: "A little out of hand."
Captain Kathryn Janeway: [reading from a PADD] Seven Voyager crewmen, including two bridge officers, along with thirteen Kinbori and one Morphinian cafe owner, all arrested. The charges range from disorderly conduct to assault on a Security officer.
Harry Kim: But th... that one's not true!
Captain Kathryn Janeway: [sarcastically] Oh, thank you, Mr. Kim, I'll note that exception in my log. You're both confined to quarters until further notice, *after* you report to sickbay. That's all.
[Tom sighs, and the men turn to leave]
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Well, didja win?
Tom Paris: Oh, yes, ma'am.
Harry Kim: We kicked their... racquets.

"Star Trek: Voyager: The Killing Game: Part 2 (#4.19)" (1998)
[Lt. Davis is holding Kim at gunpoint, doubting the latter's claim to be an American civilian]
Tom Paris: [as Davis] Look, I don't have time for 20 Questions. You say you're an American? All right, then. If Betty Grable came around that corner, what part of her would you be staring at?
[Kim thinks hard, but doesn't come up with an answer]
Tom Paris: [cocking his gun] Sorry. Time's up.
Harry Kim: Her legs! I-I'd be staring at her legs!
[after a moment's hesitation, Davis smiles]
Tom Paris: Bullseye - lucky for you.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Year of Hell: Part 2 (#4.9)" (1997)
B'Elanna Torres: [crew raises coffee mugs] To distant friends.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Hear, hear.
Harry Kim: Cheers.
Seven of Nine: Yes.
[cut to Kim taking a sip]
Neelix: [anxious] Well?
Tuvok: [pauses] Interesting.
Harry Kim: Not bad. Not bad at all!
B'Elanna Torres: What is it, exactly?
Neelix: I call it "the Elixir of Endurance." It's loaded with amino acids, carbohydrates, all the nutrients necessary for the crew to withstand these stressful conditions.
B'Elanna Torres: Ration cubes...
Neelix: Well, yes, yes. But this time, pureed and mixed with water and enhanced with Talaxian spices.
Seven of Nine: It is offensive. Fortunately taste is irrelevant.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Muse (#6.22)" (2000)
B'Elanna Torres: Harry, have you ever inspired anybody?
Harry Kim: That's kind of a strange question.
B'Elanna Torres: It's been a strange couple of weeks...

"Star Trek: Voyager: Persistence of Vision (#2.8)" (1995)
Neelix: [to Janeway, who's been summoned to the Bridge] Captain, I knew we should have talked this morning.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Tell me what you know, Neelix.
Neelix: I've been in subspace contact with some old friends of mine. Nomads, collectors, much as I used to be. They're in a position to gather information during they're travels. What they've told me doesn't sound good.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: In what way?
Neelix: There are lots of rumours about ships entering Bothan space never to be heard from again. My sources on Mithren say they have lost a number of vessels. They say the Botha protect their territory fiercely.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: But we aren't aggressors.
Neelix: I don't think they are either. They just don't want anyone crossing their borders.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Will they negotiate? Will they respond to diplomacy?
Neelix: It's hard to say. There's some belief that they don't even have a legitimate claim to the space. That they're nothing more than pernicious, odious vandals. In which case diplomacy would fall on deaf ears.
Lieutenant Tuvok: [to Janeway] We're being hailed again, Captain.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: On screen.
[on the viewer appears a lone figure sitting on what looks more like a throne than a commander's chair and the light illuminating the room is so bright the crew can't see what he looks like]
Captain Kathryn Janeway: I'm Captain Kathryn Janeway of the Federation starship Voyager.
Bothan: [in an unfriendly tone] Why have you entered our space without permission?
Captain Kathryn Janeway: We didn't realise this was your space. On what basis do you claim it?
Bothan: I have no intention of explaining myself to you. The fact is you're violating our territory.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: I assure you, we mean no disrespect. We're from another part of the galaxy. We're just trying to make our way home.
Bothan: We'll send a ship to rendezvous with you. If you meet the criteria, we'll consider your request.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Thank you. What exactly are the criteria?
Bothan: We'll discuss that when we meet.
[the Botha abruptly ends the transmission]
Lieutenant Tom Paris: [wryly] Friendly fellow.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: At least they're willing to talk.
Ensign Harry Kim: I wonder why he wouldn't let us see his face?
Captain Kathryn Janeway: I suspect it was a calculated move. An attempt to intimidate us.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Flashback (#3.2)" (1996)
Captain Kathryn Janeway: It was a very different time, Mr. Kim. Captain Sulu, Captain Kirk, Doctor McCoy - they all belonged to a different breed of Starfleet officer. Imagine the era they lived in: the Alpha Quadrant still largely unexplored, Humanity on verge of war with Klingons, Romulans hiding behind every nebula. Even the technology we take for granted was still in its early stages: no plasma weapons, no multiphasic shields; their ships were half as fast.
Ensign Harry Kim: No replicators; no holodecks. You know, ever since I took Starfleet history at the Academy, I always wondered what it would be like to live in those days.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Space must have seemed a whole lot bigger back then. It's not surprising they had to bend the rules a little. They were a little slower to invoke the Prime Directive, and a little quicker to pull their phasers. Of course, the whole bunch of them would be booted out of Starfleet today. But I have to admit, I would have loved to ride shotgun at least once with a group of officers like that.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Tattoo (#2.9)" (1995)
Ensign Harry Kim: Doc, I don't feel so good.
The Doctor: Neither do I; and you don't hear me complaining.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Bliss (#5.14)" (1999)
Seven of Nine: [looking at the viewscreen] A wormhole.
Ensign Harry Kim: *The* wormhole. It leads all the way back to Earth.
Seven of Nine: The odds of finding such a phenomenon are infinitesimal.
Captain Kathryn Janeway: Never bet against the house.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Coda (#3.15)" (1997)
Ensign Harry Kim: I know, Captain Janeway wouldn't want us to be sitting around, moping. She'd want us to be cheering each other up, remembering the good times. Like the away mission when we found all those bushes of overripe fruit. I must've eaten half a kilo. My hands and mouth were all purple... And the Captain... The Captain came and sat down next to me... and her mouth was all stained, too. She put her arm around my shoulder... and she said... She said... "Ensign, these are the times we have to remember."

"Star Trek: Voyager: Pathfinder (#6.10)" (1999)
Lt. Reginald Barclay: You know what I always say: if you can't stand the heat...
Holographic Harry Kim: ...get out of the warp core!

"Star Trek: Voyager: Message in a Bottle (#4.14)" (1998)
[after Kim has downloaded the medical library into the medical replacement hologram, it starts babbling scientific texts]
Tom Paris: What's he doing?
Harry Kim: I think he's reciting Gray's Anatomy.

"Star Trek: Voyager: Year of Hell: Part 1 (#4.8)" (1997)
Harry Kim: Grace Kelly. Cat burglars. The Riviera. Name the title, and the male lead.
B'Elanna Torres: 'To Catch a Thief'.
Harry Kim: Right.
B'Elanna Torres: Clark Gable.
Harry Kim: Eeeh! Wrong. Cary Grant.