Lt. Cmdr. Susan Ivanova: Worst case of testosterone poisoning I've ever seen.
Ambassador Londo Mollari: Now, landing thrusters... landing thrusters, hmm. Now if I were a landing thruster, which one of these would I be?
Lt. Cmdr. Susan Ivanova: So if we go down there it blows. If we don't it blows anyway just a little later. It's a good thing I'm Russian. We're used to hopeless situations.
Delenn: ...He discovered something inside him that he thought was buried long ago.
Michael Garibaldi: Yeah, well, one thing I've discovered is that some things are better left buried. Good night, ambassador...
Delenn: Good night, old friend. Sleep well.
Narrator: Previously, on Babylon 5...
Cmdr. Jeffrey Sinclair: Any change in those seismic disturbances?
Lt. Cmdr. Susan Ivanova: The surface layers calmed down, but we're still picking up rumbles from further down.
Lt. Cmdr. Susan Ivanova: Situation is status quo.
Ambassador Londo Mollari: Ah of course!. An Earth War Cruiser parked alongside the station. Mysterious trips to the planet beneath us. Rumors that you have found someone down there and brought him back here. This to you is status quo? You must lead a very interesting life.
Lt. Cmdr. Susan Ivanova: Ambassador!
Ambassador Londo Mollari: You did find something down there, didn't you. Something valuable, perhaps? I wish to remind you, that my government has contributed substantial amounts of money to this station. We are entitled to an equal share of anything you find down there.
Lt. Cmdr. Susan Ivanova: Ambassador, do you really want to know what's going on right now?
Ambassador Londo Mollari: Yes. Absolutely
[Ivanova get's closer to Londo's ear]
Lt. Cmdr. Susan Ivanova: Boom. Boom boom boom. Boom boom. Boom! Have a nice day.