Ensign Ro Laren: For all we know, you and I could be married.
Commander William T. Riker: For all we know, you and I could hate each other.
[Ro has paid Riker a surprise visit in his quarters]
Ensign Ro Laren: I just didn't like the way my quarters were decorated.
Commander William T. Riker: Maybe we should switch quarters.
Ensign Ro Laren: Maybe we should stay right here and see what happens.
Commander William T. Riker: What if I snore in my sleep?
Ensign Ro Laren: What makes you think you're gonna get any sleep?
[after the crew's memories have been restored, Riker and Ensign Ro have to come to terms with their recent fling]
Ensign Ro Laren: The Counselor tells me that at times like that, we might do the things that we've always wanted to do.
Commander William T. Riker: She said that?
Counselor Deanna Troi: It's psychologically valid.
Ensign Ro Laren: Commander, don't worry about it. As far as I'm concerned, you and I have shared something that we will treasure forever.
[gets up and leaves]
Commander William T. Riker: [flustered] Well... I'm a little confused.
Counselor Deanna Troi: Well, if you're still confused tomorrow, you know where my office is.
[after being hit by an energy wave, everybody on the Enterprise appears to have lost their memories]
Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge: Looks like we're all in the same boat.
Commander William T. Riker: Make that the same starship.
Counselor Deanna Troi: The bartender is an artificial life form.
Lt. Commander Data: Can I get you something? A beverage?
Captain Jean-Luc Picard: Your next priority will be to retrieve any information you can about this ship's mission. Contact the Operations Officer to assist you.
Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge: Aye, sir.
Ensign Ro Laren: He's in Ten Forward, waiting tables.
Lt. Commander Geordi La Forge: You must have been one hell of a bartender.
[on seeing Data operating the computer panels at high speed]
Commander William T. Riker: [about Riker] He's athletically inclined, loves to climb mountains; he's from somewhere called Alaska, enjoys exotic food... and takes his vacations on a planet called Risa.
Commander William T. Riker: [explaining Troi's visit in his quarters] We were just discussing the situation we're all in.
Ensign Ro Laren: Hm... good. Because I have a feeling that I used to be the jealous type.
Ensign Ro Laren: So, if everything were back to the way it was supposed to be, what do you think you'd be doing right now?
Commander William T. Riker: I'd be having more fun than searching the ship, I'd imagine.
Ensign Ro Laren: [surprised] Fun?
Commander William T. Riker: Well, with that holodeck we just saw. I think I could conjure up an interesting program or two.
Ensign Ro Laren: Now, that's disappointing.
Ensign Ro Laren: You don't strike me as a man who needs a holodeck to have a good time.
[Dr. Crusher has treated Kristin's shoulder with a medical device despite having lost her memory previously]
Doctor Beverly Crusher: I didn't even think. I just picked it up and knew how to use it. At least I have an idea of what I'm doing here.
Kristin: But... what about me? I mean, I'm a patient in a bathing suit. That doesn't say much.
Kristin: Do you... have any clothes around here I could borrow? Least until I figure out where the swimming pool is?
Commander William T. Riker: The rules on this ship do not change just because Ro Laren decides they do!
[the Enterprise has "orders" to destroy the Lysian command center - orders that no one can confirm]
Captain Jean-Luc Picard: I feel as though I've been handed a weapon, sent into a room, and told to shoot a stranger. Well, I need some moral context to justify that action. And I don't have it. I'm not content simply to obey orders. I need to know that what I'm doing is right.
Commander MacDuff: So do I. I'd feel a lot better if all the questions were answered. And if you want to abandon our mission until our memories return, that's your choice, but... I must ask you: is it right to risk prolonging this war? To allow the needless deaths of thousands on both sides, solely on the basis of our moral discomfort?
Counselor Deanna Troi: Nothing feels right. This room, this ship... most of all this war we're fighting.
Commander William T. Riker: I don't imagine war ever feels right.
Counselor Deanna Troi: I suppose that's true.
["Mac Duff" has been revealed as a Satarran bent on annihilating the Lysians]
Commander William T. Riker: With all the power that MacDuff had, to alter our brain chemistry and manipulate the computers, it's hard to believe he needed the Enterprise.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard: The Satarran weapons technology was no more advanced than the Lysian. One photon torpedo would have ended their war.
Commander William T. Riker: It almost did.