Susan Ivanova: Who am I? I am Susan Ivanova, Commander. Daughter of Andre and Sophie Ivanov. I am the right hand of vengeance and the boot that is going to kick your sorry ass all the way back to Earth, sweetheart! I am death incarnate, and the last living thing that you will ever see. God sent me.
Marcus Cole: [Waking Ivanova from her nap on a Minbari bed] You slept well? Last time out you couldn't sleep at all on these things.
Susan Ivanova: I still hate them. How long was I asleep?
Marcus Cole: Four hours.
Susan Ivanova: Four hours?
Marcus Cole: We're still 45 minutes away from the target, plenty of time for you to get ready. You needed the rest.
Susan Ivanova: That's the last time I'll ever trust you.
Marcus Cole: Also the first.
Susan Ivanova: Hey. The last time we were in this room together you said something to me in Minbari. I happen to have an eidetic memory. It went:
Susan Ivanova: [speaking in Minbari] "You are the most beautiful woman I have ever met."
Susan Ivanova: You told me it was just a greeting.
Marcus Cole: [Somewhat stunned] Yes.
Susan Ivanova: Well in case you hadn't noticed I've uh... learned a little Minbari since then. Thank you.
Marcus Cole: [In Minbari] You're welcome.
[a shared field bottle gets passed from Stephen to Lyta and from her to Michael ]
Michael Garibaldi: Alright, who gulped? Somebody gulped. Look we have got a long way to go. We're supposed to sip, not gulp.
Dr. Stephen Franklin: I didn't gulp.
Michael Garibaldi: No?
Lyta Alexander: I sipped.
Michael Garibaldi: You I believe.
Dr. Stephen Franklin: What? Now why do you believe her and not me?
Michael Garibaldi: Cause when you lie, it's over your face. She's a better liar than you are.
Lyta Alexander: Thank you. Wait a minute...
Michael Garibaldi: [to Stephen] Look, the next time you carry the canteen, I'm gonna gulp.
Dr. Stephen Franklin: You are so petty, do you know that?
Lyta Alexander: What do you mean I'm a good liar?
Michael Garibaldi: Survival of the fittest.
Lyta Alexander: But I don't like what I'm hearing here. I'm not a great liar. I'm a terrible liar. I don't know who's been saying these things, but I want you to know, that when we get back I am gonna sue somebody. I don't know who and I don't know how, but by God, I am gonna sue somebody!
A guard: I don't watch TV. It's a cultural wasteland filled with inappropriate metaphors and an unrealistic portrayal of life created by the liberal media elite.
Dr. Stephen Franklin: Now why do you believe her, and not me?
Michael Garibaldi: Because when you lie, it's all over your face. She's a much better liar than you are.
Lyta Alexander: Thank you.
Lyta Alexander: Wait a minute!
Capt. John Sheridan: [upon seeing Garibaldi] Michael... boy I was going to kick your *butt* for something... but I don't remember.
Dr. Stephen Franklin: [Lyta has just finished doing a deep scan of Garibaldi's mind to see if what he has said about Bester's manipulation of him is true] Michael are you alright?
Michael Garibaldi: I just realized, I need a whole lot more fiber in my diet.
Lyta Alexander: It's true... everything he said, it's all true.
Number One: Like that mean a damn. How the hell do we know what you saw? Why in the hell should we even believe-
[she freezes as Lyta turns around, her eyes completely black]
Lyta Alexander: What do you know about Hell, hmm? Would you like me to show it to you? Mine and his?
[she sends all the images she scanned from Garibaldi's mind into Number One's mind]
Number One: [Reeling from the shock] It's true... every word of it... how did you...
Lyta Alexander: The truth speaks for itself. I'm just the messenger.
Michael Garibaldi: [after Steven and Lyta have taken weapons from the Mars Resistence] Stephen...
Dr. Stephen Franklin: Shut up! This damn well better be worth it! Because if this story of yours turns out to be bogus, I'm gonna kill you twice! NOW you GOT THAT?
Capt. John Sheridan: With the permission of Captain James, I'm assuming the command of the Agamemnon. A friend asked me to command the last battle from here. - Put us on course - for Mars.
Crewman: Aye, aye, sir. Set for Mars beacon M9915 alpha.
[Sheridan has been tortured and drugged and is hallucinating:]
Dr. Stephen Franklin: It's great to have you back, captain.
Capt. John Sheridan: Thanks. It's good to be back. I was starting to think I'd never get out of that place.
Dr. Stephen Franklin: Well, I wasn't worried. I knew they couldn't hold you.
Capt. John Sheridan: Well that makes one of us.
Dr. Stephen Franklin: So, you never told me how you got back here after you escaped.
Capt. John Sheridan: What's to tell? I sent word to the Mars Resistance, arranged for a pickup.
Dr. Stephen Franklin: Who'd you work through?
Capt. John Sheridan: My contact?
Interrogator 2: Yes. Your contact.
Capt. John Sheridan: Uh. It's- We don't use names.
Interrogator 2: Codes, then?
Capt. John Sheridan: Just - numbers.
Dr. Stephen Franklin: This damn well better be worth it. Because if this story of yours turns out to be bogus, I'm going to kill you twice. Now you got that?
Marcus Cole: Well, let me put it to you this way: you could either either have four hours and 59 minutes rest or four hours and 59 minutes of me bothering you about it.
Susan Ivanova: You wouldn't.
Marcus Cole: Rangers... never... bluff.