Babylon 5: The River of Souls (1998 TV Movie)
Michael Alfredo Garibaldi: [when the first Soul Hunter ship arrives] All I know is the only time they show up is when someone's about to die.
Zack Allen: [Zack coughs] I just have a dry spot in my throat from the air conditioning. I feel fine! Stop looking at me like that!
David Corwin: [more Soul Hunter ships arrive] Okay, activate defense grid. Launch all Starfuries. And if they move shoot 'em. If they don't move, shoot twice. They're probably hiding something.
Michael Alfredo Garibaldi: [upon seeing Captain Lochley's hologram] Okay, I'm as offended as you are. But I can see why a lot of guys would rent this particular image.
Jacob Mayhew: Actually, it was mainly women.
Captain Elizabeth Lochley: Why else would they choose my image?
Michael Alfredo Garibaldi: I hear it's very popular.
Captain Elizabeth Lochley: Is it?
Michael Alfredo Garibaldi: So I'm told.
Captain Elizabeth Lochley: [to Garibaldi] Why is it you? Why is it *always* you?
Captain Elizabeth Lochley: How do you know they weren't lying?
Soul Hunter: HOW do we know?
[lights flicker, Soul Hunter reveals a globe with some screaming figures]
Soul Hunter: We know!
Michael Alfredo Garibaldi: You know you are looking kind of pale.
Zack Allen: Don't *start* with me!
Robert Bryson, Ph.D.: I'm sure it's only a little further to the main vault.
Klaus: You've been saying that for two days. This is foolish. There were other vaults we could have tried. Smaller ones. Easier to get into.
Robert Bryson, Ph.D.: Exactly. They were easier to get into. It's a good bet somebody's been there already...
Captain Elizabeth Lochley: Zack was right. There is a heaven.
Robert Bryson, Ph.D.: I was sorry to hear about Mr. Edgars passing away like that. He was a good man, a visionary.
Michael Alfredo Garibaldi: He was a nut and he was a control freak.
Robert Bryson, Ph.D.: Well these days, only a nut and a control freak would completely fund research into pure science.
Michael Alfredo Garibaldi: He didn't do it because he was trying to advance science or serve the commonwealth. He wanted to own everything that wasn't nailed down or on fire. He wanted to invent anything he couldn't buy and buy anything he couldn't invent.
Robert Bryson, Ph.D.: Perhaps, but he was willing to fund my program, and for that alone, I will always consider him a good man.