Marg Helgenberger: Dr. Laura Baker
Dan Smithson, Empath : I thought I was dead.
Preston Lennox : I thought you'd drank your last Long Island Iced Tea there, Dan.
Dr. Laura Baker : Yeah, I thought we all had. Hey, you okay?
Dan Smithson, Empath : Yeah, I'm okay. My pants are a little messed up, but I'm okay.
Dr. Laura Baker : She was half us, half something else. I wonder which was the predatory half.
Preston Lennox : The dead half. Let's get the hell out of here.
Dr. Laura Baker : You don't want us to capture her alive so that we can study her?
Preston Lennox : Laura, I think this is strictly a search and destroy operation. Nobody ever asked me to ever find any thing they didn't want dead.
Dan Smithson, Empath : I'm sorry for you.
Preston Lennox : Yeah, well, thank you, Dan. I'm sorry for her.
Dr. Laura Baker : [Sil] She would make one excellent biological weapon if someone out there thought we were some kind of galactic weed that was going to spread through the universe.
Preston Lennox : So, what you're saying is that, er... she's the cure and we're the disease?
Dr. Laura Baker : That's well said.
Preston Lennox : [studying a terminal] Baker, Laura. 1735 Meander Drive, Simi Valley, California. That's you, right?
Dr. Laura Baker : Last time I checked.
Preston Lennox : What do you do for kicks out there in Simi Valley?
Dr. Laura Baker : Oh, pine for guys like you.
Preston Lennox : That's what I thought.
[they both laugh]
Dr. Laura Baker : Ahh! I never thought I'd be so happy to be back in a sewer.