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"Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future: A Fire in the Dark (#1.5)" (1987)
Lieutenant Michael 'Tank' Ellis: [Jessica overhears Tank and Scout as they pass in the corridor] Ever visit New York?
Sergeant Robert 'Scout' Baker: Before the Metal Wars. Now I hear even the cockroaches moved up.

Sergeant Robert 'Scout' Baker: [to Tank] Let's move it, Bigfoot.


"Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future: New Order: Part One - The Sky Shall Swallow Them (#1.19)" (1988)
Lieutenant Michael Ellis: So what are we waiting for? Let's all go boldly where no man has gone before.
Sergeant Robert 'Scout' Baker: [flips open a device] Beam me up Scotty, there's no intelligent life here.


"Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future: Judgement (#1.14)" (1988)
Sergeant Robert 'Scout' Baker: [voice over] Database Journal 4711.3, Scout recording. Pilot and the Captain have contained an important datatape concerning Project New Order. They were reporting in when suddenly the transmission stopped.


"Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future: Flame Street (#1.11)" (1987)
Lieutenant Michael 'Tank' Ellis: Blessed be the Neon...
Captain Jonathan Power, Major Matthew 'Hawk' Masterson, Sergeant Robert 'Scout' Baker, Corporal Jennifer 'Pilot' Chase: It's light shall guide us.
Lieutenant Michael 'Tank' Ellis: Blessed be the Neon...
Captain Jonathan Power, Major Matthew 'Hawk' Masterson, Sergeant Robert 'Scout' Baker, Corporal Jennifer 'Pilot' Chase: It's light shall guide us.


"Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future: And Madness Shall Reign (#1.13)" (1988)
Captain Jonathan Power: How did you manage to get through to him?
Major Matthew 'Hawk' Masterson: I let him almost kill me.
Sergeant Robert 'Scout' Baker: Gee, eh... I could've thought of that.