Commander Tucker: I never got the impression you cared that much about Humans. Seems like... you were always finding something new to complain about.
Vulcan Ambassador Soval: I lived on Earth for more than thirty years, Commander. In that time, I developed an affinity for your world and its people.
Commander Tucker: You did a pretty good job of hiding it.
Vulcan Ambassador Soval: Thank you.
Administrator V'Las: Is there anything else you'd like to say?
Vulcan Ambassador Soval: There's a great deal that needs to be said, Excellency. But no one is willing to listen.
T'Pau: You have a lot to learn about Syrrannites.
Captain Jonathan Archer: You have a lot to learn about Humans. We don't sit back and do nothing while our people are attacked!
T'Pau: No, you traverse vast wastelands, based on false information.
Commander T'Pol: Syrran melded with you before he died. What you're experiencing is the residue of his thoughts.
Captain Jonathan Archer: So I'm suffering from... a mind meld hangover?
Captain Jonathan Archer: You know... I'm the one with the Vulcan ghost in his head - depending on who you believe. But... I don't feel half as bad as you look.
Captain Jonathan Archer: At least we know your mother's okay.
Commander T'Pol: She's joined a violent cult. She's not okay.
[Soval stands trial before the High Command]
Vulcan Ambassador Soval: My actions were taken in the best interest of Vulcan and the High Command.
Administrator V'Las: Keeping secrets from us is in our best interest?
Vulcan Ambassador Soval: Had I revealed my abilities as a melder, my years of service would not have been possible.
Minister Kuvak: Your accomplishments have been noteworthy.
Administrator V'Las: They don't justify deception.
Vulcan Ambassador Soval: Deception has never been a stranger to this room.
Captain Jonathan Archer: I'm here to find the person who bombed the Earth embassy. Her name is T'Pau. And she looks a hell of a lot like you!
Commander T'Pol: When you gave me that map, you knew I'd try to find you.
T'Les: I thought that if you could see what we were trying to accomplish...
Commander T'Pol: That I'd understand? That I'd join you?
T'Les: I held out that hope, yes. It's possible I was being foolish.
Commander T'Pol: Extremely.
[V'Las has told Tucker in no uncertain terms that Enterprise is to leave]
Administrator V'Las: I've also contacted Admiral Gardner. I'm sure you'll be hearing from him soon. A pleasant journey.
Commander Tucker: Son of a bitch hung up on us!
Ensign Hoshi Sato: Should I try to get him back?
[V'Las has ordered to wipe out all the surviving Syrrannites, after bombing their sanctuary]
Minister Kuvak: You're presiding over a massacre.
Administrator V'Las: We are eliminating a threat.
T'Les: [dying words] I've always been so proud of you, my T'Pol.
Surak: You don't trust Vulcans, Captain. Given your experiences with them, I can't say I blame you. The culture you've come to know isn't the one I helped to create. My people have strayed, and someone must restore them to the path.
Captain Jonathan Archer: You've got the wrong man.
Surak: Sorry, Captain. There is an Earth expression: we're stuck with each other. Don't fight what's been given to you. Open your mind and your heart, and the way will become clear.