[On a flight to Congo]
Steve Davison: There's not much competition for the seats. I guess the "See a Brutal Genocide" tour package didn't sell very well.
Dr. Luka Kovac: I'm not a very good Christian.
Sakina: Of course you are. Only a man of God would be here.
Debbie: If any of the various armies or militia involved in this mess knew we were giving money to the enemy, money that could buy weapons and food, we'd be dead. And I don't mean "dead in the water," I mean "head mounted on a sharpened stick" dead.
Debbie: You really don't like the Dixie Chicks? Everybody likes the Dixie Chicks.
Dr. John Carter: Everybody?
Debbie: Everybody with any taste.
Dr. John Carter: I brought you some things: Sterile gloves, needles, catheters, syringes. IV Ceftriaxone and Cipro. DPL sets, suture kits, old pulse-ox. Ooh, look at this. Old microscope. I tried to get a portable x-ray, but it wouldn't fit in my carry-on.
Angelique: Where did you get all of that?
Dr. John Carter: My hospital in Chicago donated it.
Angelique: Do they know they donated it?
Dr. John Carter: Yeah, more or less.