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Robby Gallagher (Character)
from Red Planet (2000)

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Red Planet (2000)
Gallagher: This is it. That moment they told us in high school where one day, algebra would save our lives.
Dr. Quinn Burchenal: [Laughs] Shut up.

[Commander Kate Bowman steps out of the shower not realizing Gallagher coming in]
Commander Kate Bowman: Could you pass me the towel, please?
Gallagher: Sure. Sorry.
Commander Kate Bowman: Just pretend I'm your sister.
Gallagher: [grins] I have two sisters. They don't look like you.

Gallagher: Fuck this planet!

Gallagher: I prefer one moon, you know? That way you know what to call it: The Moon.
Lt. Ted Santen: [Over the radio] More color commentary from the space janitor.
Gallagher: The correct term is mechanical systems engineer.
Chip Pettengill: ....But he will accept space janitor.

Commander Kate Bowman: How do you propose that I explain to Houston that two of my crew went blind drinking moonshine vodka?
Gallagher: Very carefully?
[Burchenal giggles]
Commander Kate Bowman: So what, doesn't this establishment serve women?

[Urinating on the surface of Mars]
Dr. Quinn Burchenal: Whoa! You sure do get some high arc in this low gravity.
Gallagher: You watching this, AMEE? We're taking the first piss on Mars.

[Upon being resuscitated]
Gallagher: I saw Elvis.

Dr. Quinn Burchenal: [looking at the destroyed habitat] Well, at least this thing has enough rocket fuel to keep us warm.
Gallagher: [igniting the fuel with a lighter] Here comes a billion dollar campfire. At least it's good for something.

Gallagher: We walk 100 km. to a 30 year old Russian rock probe that failed to launch and try to jump start it. Gee, why couldn't you make it tough.

[Gallagher asks the symptoms of hypoxia]
Dr. Quinn Burchenal: Hypoxia? Dizzy. Skin'll tingle. Vision narrows. Then anoxia. Shock, convulsions, acidosis.
Gallagher: Gonna hurt?
Dr. Quinn Burchenal: Yeah.

Gallagher: Well, thats about it. I hate this planet. I really miss Earth. I really miss a lot of things. I... . I 'm gonna miss you.
Gallagher: Aren't you gonna say anything?.
[he stops for a second]
Gallagher: I shoulda kissed you.
Commander Kate Bowman: Yeah, you shoulda kissed me.
Lucille: Com Frequency lost, Commander
Gallagher: Bye... .

Chip Pettengill: It's weird. There's nothing here.
Gallagher: It's Mars.

Gallagher: We can breathe!
Dr. Quinn Burchenal: I don't know what the hell this is but I'll take it!

Gallagher: It's nice just to know you are still up there.
Commander Kate Bowman: Yeah well, I don't mind dying, I just hate being alone so get your asses back here.

Dr. Quinn Burchenal: [after a discussion of faith] Listen, let's forget about all the religious stuff for now. Now, I say, Commander Bowman, to hell with humanity. I say, we take it. We just take it over for ourselves!
Gallagher: [sounding very serious] Call Earth, tell them it sucks, and don't bother coming?
Dr. Quinn Burchenal: [laughs] Yeah, whatever keeps the riffraffs out. Chantilas, you can do the religion thing. Gallagher, you can keep the space john working... . Pettengail's... . passed out, and I can do pretty much everything else. King.
Commander Kate Bowman: What about me?
[Team members give Bowman a look because it's totally obvious]
Dr. Quinn Burchenal: You'll be my queen. Propagation of the species.
[Commander Bowman nods at him, and gets up and leaves]
Dr. Quinn Burchenal: It was just a, just a joke, Commander Bowman.
Chantilas: And on that note gentlemen, I suggest we all retire.

[Gallagher needs a new battery for the sample-return vehicle, and has just realized that the battery from the malfunctioning AMEE robot will work]
Gallagher: Alternate high-voltage energy source... . come and get me.

Gallagher: [Gallagher and Pettengill are doing AMEE's prelaunch diagnostic. They activate her and she unfolds, emitting a trilling sound] Hey sweetie.
Chip Pettengill: Sweetie? Is she our navigator or your girlfriend?
Gallagher: [Shrugs] It's been a long flight.
Chip Pettengill: Certainly has.

Chantilas: [Suppose] we just finished poisoning the earth and everyone was dead in a hundred years. Then what was the point of anything? Art, beauty-all gone-the Greeks, the Constitution, people dying for freedom, ideas. None of it meant anything? What about religion? Do we give up on God too?
Gallagher: You didn't just give up being a scientist one day, did you?
Chantilas: I realized science couldn't answer any of the really interesting questions. So, I turned to philosophy. I've been searching for God ever since. Who knows, I may pick up a rock and it'll say underneath, "Made by God." The universe is full of surprises.

Gallagher: He said, "Any man who puts his life in the hands of a bunch of batteries is an idiot."

Gallagher: Maybe life's more mysterious than you think it is.

Gallagher: Kill him.

Gallagher: That's my kind of girl.

Gallagher: God works in mysterious ways.

Gallagher: I'm gonna die on this planet.

Gallagher: Aw, man. I saw Elvis.