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Lennier (Character)
from "Babylon 5" (1994)

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"Babylon 5: The Quality of Mercy (#1.21)" (1994)
Ambassador Londo Mollari: Why?
Lennier: In Minbari culture we are taught that it is an honor to help another save face.
Ambassador Londo Mollari: But Delenn?
Lennier: Will know better, but will not inquire out of respect. Good day, Ambassador.
Ambassador Londo Mollari: Lennier, if there's any way I can repay you...
Lennier: Ambassador, there is one thing. At the table, a... part of you detached. What was that?
Ambassador Londo Mollari: Well, it is difficult to explain...
[whispers in Lennier's ear, and Lennier looks very suprised]
Ambassador Londo Mollari: Yes, it's true. Yes. Here, Li, Goddess of passion, a synthesis of male and female Centauri. Did you think these were just decorations?
Lennier: I'm going to take a vow of silence concerning this entire conversation. Good day.
Ambassador Londo Mollari: [to Li] They are a strange people... but they're okay.

Ambassador Londo Mollari: I will show you the Babylon 5 that I know. You will find that a revelation of the highest order.
Lennier: I don't know, Ambassador.
Ambassador Londo Mollari: Oh, my good dear friend. Trust me!

Lennier: There's no alcohol in here, is there?
Ambassador Londo Mollari: Alcohol? No, of course not. Here, drink up.
Lennier: Because my people do not react well at all to alcohol. Even a small quantity causes psychotic impulses and violent, homicidal rages.
[Londo stops him from drinking]
Ambassador Londo Mollari: Ahh ahh ahh... my mistake. *Alcohol*...

"Babylon 5: The Very Long Night of Londo Mollari (#5.2)" (1998)
Lennier: What kind of drink is that?
Ambassador Vir Cotto: I'm not sure. The bartender called it a 'Shirley Temple'.
Lennier: Interesting. I've studied many earth religions and I don't think I've ever heard of that particular temple.
Ambassador Vir Cotto: Me neither. But, it's real good.
Lennier: Well then. I shall make a point to visit it on my next trip to earth.

[last lines]
Delenn: Not even a goodbye, Lennier?
Lennier: No. Never goodbye. I'm yours forever, Delenn. Heart, body and soul. I will see you again in a little while. And with luck, I will perhaps be a better person.
Delenn: That is not possible, Lennier, but you're welcome to try. - Be well, my good and dear friend.
Lennier: And you.

Ambassador Vir Cotto: You couldn't sleep either.
Lennier: No. I heard about your situation.
Ambassador Vir Cotto: I heard about yours. As Mr. Garibaldi would say: "It's been one hell of a day".
Lennier: Yes, a hell of a day.
Ambassador Vir Cotto: And a hell of a year.
Lennier: A hell of a five years.
Ambassador Vir Cotto: A hell of a life.
Lennier: You win.

"Babylon 5: Atonement (#4.9)" (1997)
Lennier: The guards resisted at first... I managed to - explain matters to them. They will recover, in time.

[first lines]
Zack Allan: *Ouch*! - I'm telling you, I can't take much more of this.
Lennier: Just a little longer. It is necessary.
Zack Allan: Yeah, says who?
Lennier: Mr. Allan, you are now the head of security. The rest of the command staff accepted Delenn's gift of these new uniforms. Do you not wish to fit in?

"Babylon 5: Grey 17 Is Missing (#3.19)" (1996)
Lennier: Delenn, all we know is that we will die. It is only a matter of how, when and whether or not it is with honor.

Lennier: I'm trying to avoid breaking a promise, by breaking a promise. I promised Delenn that I would not speak of this to the captain or let him know. She did not mention you by name, but that was implicit. If I tell the others in the chain of command then Sheridan will find out and I will have broken the promise. But if I break my promise by telling you, since you are not in the chain of command, he may not find out about this and I will not have broken the promise.
Marcus Cole: I:m in awe, Lennier. The way you can take a straightforward, logical proposition and turn it inside out so that in the end it says what you want it to say, instead of what it actually means. Did this come naturally, or did you attend some special martial arts class for the philosophically inclined?

"Babylon 5: All Alone in the Night (#2.11)" (1995)
[first lines]
Lennier: You wanted to see me, Delenn?
Delenn: Yes. I've just received a message from the other members of the Grey Council. Now that we have a new leader in place, they wish to see me and discuss my status...

Lennier: Being asked to serve on the Council is a matter of soul, not of flesh. The change you've gone through, it shouldn't matter.
Delenn: But it does, Lennier. I made a decision, and now I must face the consequences.

"Babylon 5: Meditations on the Abyss (#5.14)" (1998)
Delenn: I was beginning to wonder if you were going to make it, Lennier.
Lennier: I said that I would never leave you, that I would be here when you needed me most. Tell me what you want done, I will make it happen, no matter the cost.

Lennier: Well, I think I may have asked an indiscreet question.
Findell: No. The captain does not believe in indiscreet questions. He believes the only way to get pertinent information is to ask impertinent questions.

"Babylon 5: The Hour of the Wolf (#4.1)" (1996)
Susan Ivanova: Lennier, get us the hell out of here!
Lennier: Initiating "getting the hell out of here" maneuver.

Susan Ivanova: Lennier, get us the hell out of here.
Lennier: Initiating "getting the hell out of here" maneuver.

"Babylon 5: Eyes (#1.16)" (1994)
[first lines]
Michael Garibaldi: [interrupted assembling a motorcycle by beeping] Stop program. Open.
Lennier: Forgive me for disturbing you in your quarters, Mr. Garibaldi. But I've had urgent orders from Ambassador Delenn.
Michael Garibaldi: What can I do for the Minbari?

Lennier: Ah Mr. Garibaldi, I was just about to embark on the mysteries of the fuel injection system. Would you care to join me?
Michael Garibaldi: Now do me a favor: Embark on a journey to your quarters so I can get some sleep.
Lennier: Please forgive me. My enthusiasm for this project has made me insensitive to your needs. I will leave at once. When may I begin the work again?
Michael Garibaldi: [to himself] If I kill him I would start a war.
[to Lennier]
Michael Garibaldi: Come back after 1200.

"Babylon 5: Racing Mars (#4.10)" (1997)
Lennier: [to Sheridan after Sheridan and Delenn have explored each other's pleasure centers] Woo hoo?

"Babylon 5: Rumors, Bargains and Lies (#4.13)" (1997)
Delenn: This is the second time I have seen you near death. You're starting to acquire bad habits.
Lennier: It was much safer in temple. Also far less interesting.

"Babylon 5: Points of Departure (#2.1)" (1994)
[Kalain is pointing a gun at Lennier]
Lennier: [perfectly calm] If you are going to kill me then do so. Otherwiese I have considerable work to do.

"Babylon 5: Ceremonies of Light and Dark (#3.11)" (1996)
[Marcus has just cleared out a bar, single-handedly]
Lennier: I see they trained you well back home.
Marcus Cole: Well, they said I was carrying around a lot of repressed anger.
Lennier: And?
Marcus Cole: I'm not repressed anymore!

"Babylon 5: The Fall of Centauri Prime (#5.18)" (1998)
[first lines]
Narrator: Previously on Babylon 5:
Lennier: I read four Centauri warships. Too many to fight.
Lyta Alexander: This is leftover Shadow technology, Mr. President. It's an organic device used to control a ship from a long distance....

"Babylon 5: Confessions and Lamentations (#2.18)" (1995)
Delenn: She has separated from her mother. Please find her.
Lennier: [looks around, somewhat lost] How?
Delenn: [to Lennier] Faith manages.
Delenn: [turning to Markab girl] What is her name?
Markab Girl: Mama.
[Delenn turns and looks at Lennier again]
Lennier: Faith manages.

"Babylon 5: Revelations (#2.2)" (1994)
[first lines]
Man #1: [over radio] This is Team 3. We are in position and ready for transport.
Man #2: [over radio] Team 3, ready that.
Londo Mollari: This is madness! How much longer will this Council be held hostage to its missing members? Their behavior in inexcusable.
Lennier: Ambassador Delenn remains indisposed.
Londo Mollari: Indisposed. She's in a cocoon!
Lennier: Yes?
Londo Mollari: [to Na'Toth] And you. Do you have any idea when Ambassador G'Kar will decide to grace us with his presence? For that matter do you have any idea where he is? - There you see. One deserts his post without any explanation. The other one picks the most breathtakingly inconvenient moment possible to explore new career options. Like becoming a butterfly.

"Babylon 5: Day of the Dead (#5.8)" (1998)
Lennier: If you do not know the present, how can you claim to know the future?

"Babylon 5: Lines of Communication (#4.11)" (1997)
Delenn: Lennier, have you ever seen the warrior caste training flights?
Lennier: Yes.
Delenn: Have you ever seen them skin dancing?
Lennier: I have.
Delenn: Can you do the same thing?
Lennier: Not without approximately... five years of additional training.
Delenn: That would be no, then.
Lennier: But I can program the parameters into the ship's artificial intelligence matrix.
Delenn: And what do you do then?
Delenn: Touch that button, and pray very, very fast.

"Babylon 5: Chrysalis (#1.22)" (1994)
Lennier: But what if you're wrong?
Delenn: Then speak well of me when I'm gone.

"Babylon 5: The Parliament of Dreams (#1.5)" (1994)
Delenn: You can look up, Lennier.
Lennier: It is forbidden.
Delenn: [using the same words Dukhat spoke to her, as told in episode 4.9, Atonement] I cannot have an aide who will not look up. You'll be forever walking into things.

"Babylon 5: Messages from Earth (#3.8)" (1996)
Captain John Sheridan: Full power! Give me everything you've got!
Lennier: If I were holding anything back I would tell you.