Susan Ivanova: Confirmed Survey 1. Upon arrival you will report for debriefing. And just one more thing, on your trip back I want you to take the time to learn the Babylon 5 mantra. Ivanova is always right. I will listen to Ivanova. I will not ignore Ivanova's recommendations. Ivanova is God. And if this ever happens again
Susan Ivanova: Ivanova will personally rip your lungs out! Babylon control out.
Susan Ivanova: Civilians.
Susan Ivanova: Just kidding about that God part. No offense.
Lt. Cmdr. Susan Ivanova: [upon seeing the cavern] Commander.
Cmdr. Jeffrey Sinclair: Yeah.
Lt. Cmdr. Susan Ivanova: I think I've got to go to the bathroom.
Cmdr. Jeffrey Sinclair: Tell me about it.
Cmdr. Jeffrey Sinclair: [noticing Talia pacing in front of a transport tube] Problem with the transport tube?
Talia Winters: No not really. It seems like every time I get into the tube, Mr. Garibaldi's there. It's like he knows.
Cmdr. Jeffrey Sinclair: Talia, Mr. Garibaldi's many things, but he's not omniscient.
[Transport tube opens, Garibaldi smiles at both of them]
Talia Winters: I think I'll take the stairs.
[walks away from the tube]
Cmdr. Jeffrey Sinclair: I think I'll join you.
Technician: We've got a ship coming through the jump gate.
Michael Garibaldi: Fine.
Tech #1: Mr. Garibaldi, it's big!
Michael Garibaldi: What the hell?
[to Be Continued]
Ambassador Londo Mollari: Physics tells us that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. They hate us, we hate them, they hate us back. And so, here we are, victims of mathematics!
Lt. Cmdr. Susan Ivanova: This doesn't worry you in the slightest?
Dr. Tasaki: On the contrary, scares the Hell out of me. But what better way to go out than in the cause of advancing scientific knowledge.
Lt. Cmdr. Susan Ivanova: Is this a multiple-choice question? Because I have some ideas.
[to Garibaldi, who is depressed]
Ambassador Londo Mollari: ...Suddenly, I looked up and this beautiful dancer is leaning down over the stage, and looking right into my eyes. And she said: 'Whatever it is, it can't be that bad.' And then she kissed me, right here. Mr. Garibaldi. Whatever it is, it can't be that bad!
Michael Garibaldi: [cheerfully] You try and kiss me and I'll break your arm.
Ambassador Londo Mollari: We're not that close Mr. Garibaldi!
Michael Garibaldi: And the dancer?
Ambassador Londo Mollari: Oh I married her.
Michael Garibaldi: No!
Ambassador Londo Mollari: Yes! That day! The next day I woke up, I saw her in the light of day, sleeping against my arm and I decided I would rather chew off my arm than wake her up.
Michael Garibaldi: Oh that's sweet.
Ambassador Londo Mollari: No, no. She had a voice that could curdle fresh milk.
Ambassador Londo Mollari: Now, I go to spread happiness to the rest of the station. It's a terrible responsibility but I have learned to live with it.
Susan Ivanova: I know, I know. It's a Russian thing. When we're about to do something stupid, we like to catalog the full extent of our stupidity for future reference.
Ambassador Londo Mollari: [commenting Garibaldis choice of beverage] Water. Fascinating. I never touch the stuff myself.
Ambassador Londo Mollari: Now I go to spread happiness to the rest of the station. It's a terrible responsibility but I have learned to live with it.