Lieutenant Malcolm Reed: Hold her steady, Travis, or Chef will know who to blame for the mess in the galley.
[as Mayweather makes warp field contact with Columbia]
Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III: Never thought I'd see the stars like this.
[when "hanging" between Columbia and Enterprise at warp 5.2]
Captain Jonathan Archer: Thanks for your help.
Captain Erika Hernandez: I don't know how you survived all these years without me.
Antaak: Has the House of Phlox always been one of healers?
Dr. Phlox: There is no, erm... House of Phlox. Denobulan family units are different from Klingons.
Antaak: Ah, yes, I've heard. Three wives for each husband; three husbands for each wife. Your mating practices must be very complex.
Dr. Phlox: Wondrously so.
[Antaak has come up with a solution to cure the infected Klingons at stage one]
Dr. Phlox: But then General K'Vagh would not get his Augments. He would never allow it.
Antaak: What if we don't tell him?
Dr. Phlox: Do you understand what will happen if the General learns that we've deceived him?
Antaak: The cure would save millions of innocent lives. What more honorable death could there be for a healer, Klingon or Denobulan?
Dr. Phlox: Why did you think you'd succeed in perfecting Augments, when Dr. Soong failed?
General K'Vagh: Soong's mistake was that he made too few of them.
Dr. Phlox: Earth once had thousands. They became tyrannical and started a war.
General K'Vagh: Klingons have discipline.
Dr. Phlox: Augments don't.
General K'Vagh: One of you is missing.
Lt. Laneth: Your son was slow. The Humans killed him.
General K'Vagh: Did he die with honor?
Lt. Laneth: He let *Humans* kill him.
Dr. Phlox: Antaak told me about your son.
General K'Vagh: He died in combat for the Empire.
Dr. Phlox: At least he was spared the final stage of this disease. May I, er... ask how he was infected?
General K'Vagh: Command chose his unit for the Augment experiment when we had exhausted our supply of prisoners. My son was a warrior. He asked for no special treatment, and I gave him none.
[Marab has thrown his plate of food away]
Lieutenant Malcolm Reed: What did they give you?
Marab: It's dead, I can't eat that. No wonder you're all so weak.
Lieutenant Malcolm Reed: General Sun Tzu said that the greatest victories are those won without fighting.
Marab: The great Kahless said there's no victory without combat.
Lieutenant Malcolm Reed: Do you ever... question why you fight?
Marab: Soldiers don't question, they obey.
Lieutenant Malcolm Reed: What if your superiors are wrong?
Marab: They're imprisoned - or killed.
Lieutenant Malcolm Reed: That's not how we do things in Starfleet.
Marab: Which is why the Klingon Empire will defeat you.
Lieutenant Malcolm Reed: Then how come... you're in the same brig that I'm in?
Fleet Admiral Krell: This is Fleet Admiral Krell. I'm under orders to eradicate this colony.
Captain Jonathan Archer: You don't have to do that. My doctor can stop the plague.
Fleet Admiral Krell: I have a more effective solution.
General K'Vagh: Fleet Admiral Krell will not extend his deadline.
Dr. Phlox: The only possible way to get results on Krell's schedule is to infect four healthy Klingons.
General K'Vagh: You have four right here!
Dr. Phlox: Only one of these strains will work, the other three will be lethal. Ethically, it's unthinkable!
General K'Vagh: The ethics, Doctor, are simple: three lives to save millions.
[Phlox has injected K'Vagh, Antaak and two guards with one strain each]
General K'Vagh: How long until we know which one of us survives?
Dr. Phlox: An hour at most.
General K'Vagh: Would bloodwine affect the results?
Dr. Phlox: I don't believe so.
General K'Vagh: Then we shall drink to the bravery of these warriors! Doctor?
Dr. Phlox: Never on the job.
Dr. Phlox: Admiral Krell. Doctor Phlox again. By now you may have noticed the small package which we sent to your bridge. What you may not know is that it contains a potent sample of the metagenic virus. Even as we speak, it is dispersing throughout your ship infecting you and your crew.
Fleet Admiral Krell: You're lying!
Dr. Phlox: Check your internal sensors. You will find that the atmosphere contains approximately twenty parts per million of the viral strain. Or if you don't trust your sensors, trust your senses. You will feel the initial symptoms in about thirty minutes: tightness in the chest, irregular heartbeat, tingling in your cranial ridges.
Fleet Admiral Krell: This is a cowardly attack!
Dr. Phlox: Maybe so. But I am prepared to give you the cure. Thanks to Captain Archer, I have managed to complete the antivirus. Of course, if you destroy this colony, well - treating you and your crew could prove difficult. I suggest you power down your weapons, Admiral, and let me cure your people.
Antaak: I doubt my superiors will allow me to remain in my position. I'll need to find a new specialty... Perhaps... cranial reconstruction!
Dr. Phlox: I have a feeling that's... about to become very popular.
Commander T'Pol: How are you feeling?
Captain Jonathan Archer: Not too bad aside from some strange cravings. Plateful of live gagh sounds pretty good right now.
Dr. Phlox: The cravings should disappear in a day or so, along with your, er... ridges.
Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III: No, I'd keep 'em if I were you, Captain. It makes you look intimidating.
Lieutenant Malcolm Reed: I wanted to tell you everything, Captain.
Captain Jonathan Archer: There's a way out of this. I don't have to put you back in the brig, but you have to choose where your loyalties lie.