The content of this page was created by users. It has not been screened or verified by IMDb staff.
: Do you dance? Dr. Anne Lindsey
: Like a giraffe on roller skates. Duncan Macleod
: I doubt that. Dr. Anne Lindsey
: Oh, it's true. In high school, when all the other girls were buying prom dresses, I was dissecting frogs for extra credit. Duncan Macleod
: Well, I'm sure that little girl in the emergency room was glad that you did. Dr. Anne Lindsey
: You were watching me? For how long? Duncan Macleod
: Long enough to know that you have a real gift.
: Sometimes you have to let them go. Dr. Anne Lindsey
: Mm-hm. They're all so fragile. One nut with a gun, one drug addict behind the wheel and... they're just gone.
Dr. Anne Lindsey
: Whatever happens, I want us to be together. Duncan MacLeod
: Your whole life will never be the same. Dr. Anne Lindsey
: My whole life has not been the same since the day I met you! I've tried it with you, I've tried it without you, and I'll take it with you any day.
Dr. Anne Lindsey
: I can't believe this. I'm in bed with an older man. A man who actually came over on the Mayflower. Duncan MacLeod
: Impossible. I'd never make it as a Puritan.
: All my life, I've had to come to terms with the fact that I'm not supposed to have children. I've said it and I've believed it. Now this happens and... I feel different. Like maybe there is a chance. Maybe my only chance. Dr. Anne Lindsey
: Then what's the problem? Duncan MacLeod
: That the way my life is, someone may come for me and win. Dr. Anne Lindsey
: Duncan, I might get hit by a bus tomorrow or, or, or get some kind of strange type of cancer, but I can't live my life that way. Nobody knows what's gonna happen, Duncan. Nobody. Do you want a child? Duncan MacLeod
: I want you to meet Anne Lindsey. Anne, meet a man who doesn't believe in the 20th century. Brother Paul
: Oh! I believe in it, I just haven't quite arrived yet. Dr. Anne Lindsey
: Oh, there's no hurry. The singing was incredible. Brother Paul
: Oh, well, we try. If it brought some happiness then it wasn't wasted.