Star Trek: Insurrection

Star Trek: Insurrection quotes

41 total quotes (ID: 975)

Adhar Ru'afo
Jean-Luc Picard
William Riker
Worf


Picard's first officer? You really believe he'll listen? My ships are powerful enough to intercept the Enterprise before it reaches the perimeter. I could send them to... escort it back. But Commander Riker might not want to come.


If Picard, or any of his crew interfere... eliminate them.

Admiral Dougherty will not be joining us for dinner. Deploy the collector.

I'm going to miss these little flesh-stretching sessions of ours, my dear.

After today, that won't be a problem... for either of us.

Beverly Crusher: You either need a new uniform or a new neck.
Jean-Luc Picard: Euchene Chefaw. My collar size is exactly as it was at the Academy.
Beverly Crusher: Of course it is.
William Riker: Our guests have arrived. They are eating the floral arrangements on the banquet tables.
Beverly Crusher: I guess they don't believe in ****tails before dinner.
Deanna Troi: Oh, my God. Are they vegetarian? That wasn't in the report!.
Jean-Luc Picard: Perhaps we should have the chef whip up a light balsamic vinaigrette-- Something that goes well with chrysanthemums.

William Riker: Counselor, do you think it's possible for two people to go back in time, fix a mistake they've made?
Deanna Troi: On this ship, anything's possible. [Riker kisses her, and she pushes him away] Yuck!
William Riker: "Yuck"?
Deanna Troi: I never kissed you with a beard before.
William Riker: I kissed you, and you say "yuck"?

Data: I seem to be missing several memory engrams. [Geordi shows several microchips he is holding] There they are.
Jean-Luc Picard: Data, what's the last thing that you remember?
Data: [singing] His nose should pant, and his lip should curl--
Jean-Luc Picard: Uh, from the mission.
Data: I was in an isolation suit gathering physiometric data on the Ba'Ku. My last memory is going into the hills following some children.

Anij: Help! I can't swim!
Jean-Luc Picard: Don't panic!
Anij: I've been shot at, thrown into a lake out of a ship that's come to abduct us - what's there to panic about?
Data: In the event of a water landing, I have been designed to serve as a flotation device.

Jean-Luc Picard: Mr. Worf, did the hostages mentioned anything about a cloaked ship during their debriefing?
Worf: No, sir.
Jean-Luc Picard: Debrief them again. [Notices a huge blemish on Worf's face] Have you been in a fight, Mr. Worf?
Worf: [sighs] No, sir. It is a gorch.
Jean-Luc Picard: Gorch?
Data: [whispers] Pimple, sir.
Jean-Luc Picard: Oh, well, it's, uh-- it's hardly noticeable.
William Riker: [Refering to his own clean shaven face] Smooth as an android's bottom, eh, Data?
Data: I beg your pardon, sir?

Jean-Luc Picard: A perfect moment?
Anij: When time seemed to stop and you could almost live in that moment.
Jean-Luc Picard: Seeing my home planet from space for the first time.
Anij: Yes... exactly. Nothing more complicated than perception.

Jean-Luc Picard: I wish I could spare a few centuries to learn.
Anij: It took us centuries to learn that it doesn't have to take centuries to learn.
Jean-Luc Picard: There's one thing I don't understand. In 300 years, you never learn to swim?
Anij: Ha ha ha! I just haven't got around to it yet.

Adhar Ru'afo: Am I to understand that you are not releasing my men, captain?
Jean-Luc Picard: We found the holoship.
Admiral Matthew Dougherty: Ru'afo, why don't you let the captain and me--
Adhar Ru'afo: NO!!!
[The skin on Ru'afo's forehead breaks and begins to bleed]
Adhar Ru'afo: This entire mission has been one Federation blunder after another. You will return my men... or this alliance will end with the destruction of your ship.

Jean-Luc Picard: We are betraying the principles upon which the Federation was founded. It's an attack upon its very soul. And it will destroy the Ba'ku... just as cultures have been destroyed in every other forced relocations throughout history.
Admiral Matthew Dougherty: Jean-Luc, we're only moving 600 people.
Jean-Luc Picard: How many people does it take, Admiral, before it becomes wrong? A thousand? Fifty thousand? A million? How many people does it take, Admiral?
Admiral Matthew Dougherty: I'm ordering you to the Goran system. I'm also ordering the release of the Son'a officers. File whatever protest you wish to, Captain. By the time you do, this will all be done.

Data: I feel obliged to point out that the environmental anomalies may have stimulated certain rebellious instincts common to youth, which could affect everyone's judgement... Except mine, of course.
Beverly Crusher: Okay, Data, what do you think we should do?
Data: Saddle up. Lock and load!