(2013 TV Series)
Episode: Anslo Garrick (No. 16) (2013)
...on a sailboat, surrounded by sea with no land in sight, without even the possibility of sighting land for days to come? To stand at the helm of your destiny. I want that, one more time. I want to be in the Piazza del Campo in Siena. To feel the surge as 10 racehorses go thundering by. I want another meal in Paris, at L'Ambroisie, at the Place des Vosges. I want another bottle of wine. And then another. I want the warmth of a woman and a cool set of sheets. One more night of jazz at the Vanguard. I want to stand on the summits and smoke Cubans and feel the sun on my face for as long as I can. Walk on the Wall again. Climb the Tower. Ride the River. Stare at the Frescos. I want to sit in the garden and read one more good book. Most of all I want to sleep. I want to sleep like I slept when I was a boy. Give me that, just one time. That's why I won't allow that punk out there to get the best of me, let alone the last of me.
(2003 TV Series)
Episode: Broken Arrow (2010)
Summit starts tomorrow night. He's our entree.
(2003 TV Series)
Episode: Semper Fidelis (2009)
(2010 TV Series)
Episode: Po'ipu (2010)
It is critical that General Pak attend this summit, McGarrett. That's why the governor has you on this. You're to find Atwater's killer and assist in protecting General Pak and his family when they arrive.
I have made the first move. That is all they know. Come, the UN summit is approaching. Time for our little test.
|6.||Star Trek: The Next Generation
(1987 TV Series)
Episode: Rightful Heir (1993)
I went into the mountains, all the way to the volcano at Kri'stak. There I cut off a lock of my hair and thrust it into the river of molten rock that poured from the summit. The hair began to burn. Then I plunged it into the lake of Lusor and twisted it into this sword. And after I used it to kill Molor, I gave it a name: Bat'leth - the Sword of Honor.
(2001 TV Series)
Episode: Identity (2008)
Uh, yeah. Kinda. Kinda. You know my friends - the ones who like to dress up and kick ass? We're having a summit.
|8.||The West Wing
(1999 TV Series)
Episode: Institutional Memory (2006)
First hundred days, agenda settings, first State of the Union, "talk to me after we release the budget," summit at Tashkent. What else?
Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay became the first climbers to summit Everest. Over the next 40 years, only top professional climbers attempted the same feat. One in four died.
1992: New Zealander Rob Hall pioneered the concept of commercial guiding on Everest for amateur climbers. Over the next four years his team, Adventure Consultants, successfully led 19 clients to summit without a single fatality.
1996: Other commercial operators follow Rob Hall's lead, including Scott Fischer's Mountain Madness. More than 20 expeditions compete to summit Everest in the same two week window.
From a medical standpoint getting you to the top of Everest is really about oxygen. And the lack of it. To give you the best chance of summiting you need to prepare your bodies for the thin air up there.
Nemo, newcomer of orange and white, you have been called forth to the summit of Mt. Wannahockaloogie to join with us in the fraternal bonds of tankhood!
|11.||Hell on Wheels
(2011 TV Series)
Episode: Thirteen Steps (2014)
Send for 300 workers from Omaha to lay track, and two trainloads of lumber from Chicago. Oh, and throw up a wire to general Grant. Tell him we'll summit before month's end.
|12.||Star Trek: Voyager
(1995 TV Series)
Episode: Flesh and Blood: Part 2 (2000)
It looks like an Alpha Quadrant summit in here.
We both had done the math. Kelly added it all up and... knew she had to let me go. I added it up, and knew that I had... lost her. 'cos I was never gonna get off that island. I was gonna die there, totally alone. I was gonna get sick, or get injured or something. The only choice I had, the only thing I could control was when, and how, and where it was going to happen. So... I made a rope and I went up to the summit, to hang myself. I had to test it, you know? Of course. You know me. And the weight of the log, snapped the limb of the tree, so I-I - , I couldn't even kill myself the way I wanted to. I had power over *nothing*. And that's when this feeling came over me like a warm blanket. I knew, somehow, that I had to stay alive. Somehow. I had to keep breathing. Even though there was no reason to hope. And all my logic said that I would never see this place again. So that's what I did. I stayed alive. I kept breathing. And one day my logic was proven all wrong because the tide came in, and gave me a sail. And now, here I am. I'm back. In Memphis, talking to you. I have ice in my glass... And I've lost her all over again. I'm so sad that I don't have Kelly. But I'm so grateful that she was with me on that island. And I know what I have to do now. I gotta keep breathing. Because tomorrow the sun will rise. Who knows what the tide could bring?
|14.||The Twilight Zone
(1959 TV Series)
There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man. It is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity. It is the middle ground between light and shadow, between science and superstition, and it lies between the pit of man's fears and the summit of his knowledge. This is the dimension of imagination. It is an area which we call the Twilight Zone.
|15.||The Twilight Zone
(1959 TV Series)
Episode: Mr. Dingle, the Strong (1961)
Uniquely American institution known as the neighborhood bar. Reading left to right are Mr. Anthony O'Toole, proprietor, who waters his drinks like geraniums but who stands foursquare for peace and quiet and for booths for ladies. This is Mr. Joseph J. Callahan, an unregistered bookie, whose entire life is any sporting event with two sides and a set of odds. His idea of a meeting at the summit is any dialogue between a catcher and a pitcher with more than one man on base. And this animated citizen is every anonymous bettor who ever dropped rent money on a horse race, a prize fight, or a floating crap game, and who took out his frustrations and his insolvency on any vulnerable fellow barstool companion within arm's and fist's reach. And this is Mr. Luther Dingle, a vacuum cleaner salesman whose volume of business is roughly that of a valet at a hobo convention. He's a consummate failure in almost everything but is a good listener and has a prominent jaw.
|16.||The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
The veiling shadow that glowers in the East takes shape. Sauron will suffer no rival. From the summit of Barad-dur his eye watches ceaselessly. But he is not so mighty yet that he is above fear. Doubt ever gnaws at him. The rumor has reached him. The heir of Numenor still lives. Sauron fears you, Aragorn. He fears what you may become. And so he will strike hard and fast at the world of Men. He will use his puppet Saruman to destroy Rohan. War is coming. Rohan must defend itself, and therein lies our first challenge, for Rohan is weak and ready to fall. The King's mind is enslaved; it's an old device of Saruman's. His hold over King Theoden is now very strong. Sauron and Saruman are tightening the noose. But, for all their cunning, we have one advantage. The Ring remains hidden. And that we should seek to destroy it has not yet entered their darkest dreams. And so the weapon of the Enemy is moving towards Mordor in the hands of a Hobbit. Each day brings it closer to the fires of Mount Doom. We must trust now in Frodo. Everything depends now upon speed and upon the secrecy of his quest. Do not regret your decision to leave him. Frodo must finish this task alone.
(1985 TV Series)
Episode: Legend of the Holy Rose: Part 1 (1989)
Leaders of the economic summit in Geneva vowed to ratify the interim agreement. In other news, the war against the powerful drug lords of Colombia has taken a new and dangerous direction. Narco-Terrorism has been unleashed on the United States soil with the same degree of arrogance as the declaration of war made by the Medellin cocaine cartel leaders against the Colombian government last month.
Episode: Mountains (2006)
On the highest summits of our planet, nothing can live permanently.
Movietown News presents, "Spotlight on Adventure." What you are now witnessing is footage never before seen by civilized humanity: a lost world in South America. Lurking in the shadow of majestic Paradise Falls, it sports plants and animals undiscovered by science. Who would dare set foot on this inhospitable summit? Why, our subject today, Charles Muntz!
|20.||G.I. Joe: Retaliation
Well the good news is no global warming summit next month. Unless one of us cares enough about his place in history to unilaterally disable his warheads. You know, in the name of the children.
|21.||Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
What better place to start a war than a peace summit?
(2002 TV Series)
You mean there's something left uncovered in the October management summit of 2003? I'm stunned.
|23.||Wizards of Waverly Place
(2007 TV Series)
Episode: Potion Commotion (2008)
Yeah. I still have to write an essay so I'll get chosen to go to the World School Summit, at the UN.
Fascinating. Back to me. I'm competing against this kiss-up who has no right being chosen for the World School Summit.
(1968 TV Series)
Episode: The Box (1969)
Time for a summit meeting, Charlie?
(1971 TV Series)
Episode: The Cloudburst (1976)
The mountain had been our home ever since the first Walton put his ax to a pine tree and built his cabin on a plateau near the summit. Since then, each Walton child had been instilled with a regard for the traditions of the land on which we lived. Ironically, it was I who violated those traditions and exposed our mountain to a danger unforseen, and literally unknown in our sheltered community.
(1971 TV Series)
Episode: The Hunt (1972)
A mountain has no need for people, but people do need mountains. We go to them for their beauty, for the exhilaration of standing closer to mysterious skies, for the feeling of triumph that comes from having labored to reach a summit. And I remember a day in the 1930's when I went to Waltons Mountain in search of manhood.
(1971 TV Series)
Episode: The Tailspin (1979)
Although my brother, Jim Bob, loved the mountain as much as the rest of us, since childhood he had dreamed of heights beyond its summit. Now, in the spring of 1942, as those dreams appeared to be within his reach, it seemed that he was finding new energy and purpose. If we were disappointed, it was only because Jim Bob was quietly building to a crisis that would turn his life in a different direction.
|28.||AVP: Alien vs. Predator
I've heard this speech before. My dad broke his leg seven hundred feet from the summit of Mount Ranier. He was like you. He wouldn't go back or let us stop. We reached the top and he opened a bottle of champagne. I had my first drink with my dad at 14,400 feet. On the way down, he developed a blood clot in his leg that traveled to his lung. He suffered for four hours before dying twenty minutes from the base.
|29.||Escape from New York
Good evening. Although I shall not be present at this historic summit meeting, I present this in the hope that our great nations may learn to live in peace...
In 22 hours, the Hartford Summit Meeting will be over. China and the Soviet Union will go back home. Now, the President was on his way to the summit when his plane went down. He has a briefcase attached to his wrist. The tape recording inside has to reach Hartford in 22 hours.
No more Hartford Summit. And no more Snake Plissken.
(1998 TV Series)
Episode: The Real Folk Blues: Part 1 (1999)
Have you heard this story? A man injures his leg during the hunt. He's in the middle of the savannah, with no means to treat the wound. The leg rots and death approaches. The last minute he's picked up by an airplane. He looks down and sees a land of pure white below him, glistening in the light. It's the summit of a snow-capped mountain, the mountain is Kilimanjaro. As he gazes down he feels the life flowing out of him and he thinks, 'That's where I was headed...
|31.||A Room with a View
What is it about Italy that makes lady novelists reach such summits of absurdity?
|32.||The Rockford Files
(1974 TV Series)
Episode: The Attractive Nuisance (1978)
That's a big ten-four Little Beaver. What's your twenty coming to Rocky's Summit? Say, have you put on the feedbag yet? We're slinging hash and pumping gas, come back!
When people speak of great men, they think of men like Napoleon - men of violence. Rarely do they think of peaceful men. But contrast the reception they will receive when they return home from their battles. Napoleon will arrive in pomp and in power, a man who's achieved the very summit of earthly ambition. And yet his dreams will be haunted by the oppressions of war. William Wilberforce, however, will return to his family, lay his head on his pillow and remember: the slave trade is no more.
|34.||The Thick of It
(2005 TV Series)
Episode: Spinners and Losers (2007)
He's at the Nutter summit now, he's our best source!
Montgomery Wick. My dad told me about how Wick speed-summited in 24.
No, no. Stay. Pull up a chair. We were just discussing the G8 Summit in Prague, how to best persuade the EU leaders to adopt our plan for distributing humanitarian aid and medical technology to developing nations, but you had a bad date, so we should probably focus on that.
|37.||From Paris with Love
African Aid Summit prep meeting with the Foreign Minister tomorrow at noon, Summit Conference on Wednesday, G8 Undersecretary conference dinner on Thursday, and a reception for the Secretary of State Friday, sir.
|38.||Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
Captain's log, stardate 9522.6: I've never trusted Klingons, and I never will. I could never forgive them for the death of my boy. It seems to me our mission to escort the Chancellor of the Klingon High Council to a peace summit is problematic at best. Spock says this could be an historic occasion, and I'd like to believe him, but how on earth can history get past people like me?
Who's the clown on Two? Camera Two, are you gonna move or what? We're here for the summit, not the sideshow! I swear it's like training a freakin' dog!
This summit is too important.
Reports out of Salamanca now suggest that the President is out of intensive care. His condition is listed as stable. President Ashton has made a point of reassuring Americans that he's all right and the summit will continue in the days to come. Meanwhile, word from Spanish and United States authorities is that they've shot and killed the lone assassin responsible for today's attack. Our own Joan Kendrick has more.
(1971 TV Movie)
Where's the summit? Please... please... COME OOOOON!
Alright, alright, please. Please. The president's ETA from the East Asian Economic Summit is about 20 hours from now. He wants a recommendation by then from this group. Now, as I understand it, you want to firebomb the town of Cedar Creek, California, population 2,600, with something called a fuel air bomb, the most powerful non-nuclear weapon in our arsenal. The way it works: it explodes, sucks in all available oxygen to the core, vaporizes everything within a mile of ground zero, men, women, children, and one airborne virus. Destruction complete, case closed, crisis over.
(1967 TV Series)
Episode: Task Force (1967)
William Mace has made the most important decision of his life. And hours later, members of an enemy force began to assemble at an office building in downtown New York - summoned to an urgent summit meeting, another calculated step in their planned annihilation of our civilization.
(1967 TV Series)
Episode: Summit Meeting: Part II (1967)
A summit conference in a mountain stronghold, 18 miles from the Baltic Sea. There are two who do not share the high optimism of the other arrivals here: David Vincent and his ally and friend, Mike Tressider, who step off a helicopter and into a moment of history. They share the grim knowledge that this conference was initiated and is being controlled by alien Invaders.
(1967 TV Series)
Episode: Summit Meeting: Part I (1967)
A summit conference to be attended by the heads of this world's major nations. But beings from another world will be there, too; and their purpose will jeopardize the security and the future of the planet Earth.
|45.||Jackie Chan Adventures
(2000 TV Series)
Episode: Scouts Honor (2001)
No prob. Return to Summit Hill.
(1994 TV Series)
Episode: The Green (1996)
The summit provides a vantage from which we can watch the entire forest day and night.
(2001 TV Series)
Episode: The Funeral (2001)
Hey now no one's sayin' that death isn't sad. But it's also the Mount Everest of life. Well I say when your time comes, climb it. Who knows what wonders may lie at the icy summit of Death Mountain. Might be nice up there. And think of all the people that have gone before ya. You may get to shake hands with the greatest minds in human history... But again, maybe death is nature's way of saying, try again.
|48.||The Nostalgia Critic
(2007 TV Series)
Episode: Superman IV (2009)
Because the summit failed.
Summits fail all the time, that doesn't guarantee war.
A summit meeting, and we're not even invited.
|50.||Adventures of the Gummi Bears
(1985 TV Series)
Episode: Gummi's at Sea (1988)
When King Gregor returns from his summit meeting tomorrow, he'll be a sitting duck on the open sea, and we are going to cook his goose.