Lennier: What kind of drink is that?
Ambassador Vir Cotto: I'm not sure. The bartender called it a 'Shirley Temple'.
Lennier: Interesting. I've studied many earth religions and I don't think I've ever heard of that particular temple.
Ambassador Vir Cotto: Me neither. But, it's real good.
Lennier: Well then. I shall make a point to visit it on my next trip to earth.
Ambassador Vir Cotto: Prophecy is a guess that comes true. When it doesn't, it's a metaphor.
[Londo's Brivari is being confiscated for health and safety reasons]
Londo Mollari: Do you know what this is? No I can see you do not, you have that vacant look in your eyes that says "hold my head to your ear, you will hear the sea.
Londo Mollari: I know what the doctor said. It was my heart that betrayed me, not my ears.
Ambassador Vir Cotto: You are going to have to change your diet, Londo, and you have to cut back on the stress.
Londo Mollari: Yes, well, that doesn't seem very likely as long as I am still here, yes? And if I go home, there is even more stress. So there you are. No, Vir, the universe is an evil place. But at least it seems to have a sense of humor about the whole thing.
Ruell: Delenn, my apologies for waking you. But when I saw your message, I felt I had to contact you at once to see if there's a problem.
Delenn: What problem?
Ruell: We would never let someone of your stature go without assistance for very long. We're fully prepared to send along as many potential replacements as you like. Knowing that you've always been so wonderfully egalitarian, we can even fill the position with three assistants, one from each caste.
Delenn: Not even a goodbye, Lennier?
Lennier: No. Never goodbye. I'm yours forever, Delenn. Heart, body and soul. I will see you again in a little while. And with luck, I will perhaps be a better person.
Delenn: That is not possible, Lennier, but you're welcome to try. - Be well, my good and dear friend.
Lennier: And you.
Ambassador Vir Cotto: You couldn't sleep either.
Lennier: No. I heard about your situation.
Ambassador Vir Cotto: I heard about yours. As Mr. Garibaldi would say: "It's been one hell of a day".
Lennier: Yes, a hell of a day.
Ambassador Vir Cotto: And a hell of a year.
Lennier: A hell of a five years.
Ambassador Vir Cotto: A hell of a life.
Lennier: You win.