Star Trek: Insurrection

Star Trek: Insurrection quotes

41 total quotes (ID: 975)

Adhar Ru'afo
Jean-Luc Picard
William Riker

[Notices blemish on Worf] Klingons never do anything small, do you?

Jean-Luc Picard: Mr. Worf, do you know Gilbert and Sullivan?
Worf: No, sir. I have not had a chance to meet all the new crew members since I have been back.
Jean-Luc Picard: They're composers, Worf. From the 19th century.

Can anyone remember when we used to be explorers?

But some of the darkest chapters in the history of my world involved the forced relocation of a small group of people to satisfy the demands of a large one. I'd hoped that we had learned from our mistakes but it seems some of us haven't.

How many people does it take before it becomes wrong? A thousand? Ten thousand? A million? How many people DOES IT TAKE, admiral?

I am not pleading for my life. I'm pleading for yours.

Mr. Worf, destroy that thing.

Ru'afo, we're getting too old for this.

Sorry. Time's up.

We're through running from these bastards.

Definitely feeling aggressive tendencies, sir!

Captain, the Son'a crew want to negotiate a cease-fire. It may have something to do with the fact that we have 3 minutes of air left.

The Federation will never know what happened here.

In six hours, every living thing in this system will be dead or dying.

Federation support. Federation procedures. Federation rules. Look in the mirror, Admiral. The Federation is old. In the past 24 months, they've been challenged by every major power in the quadrant: the Borg, the Cardassians, the Dominion. They all smell the scent of death on the Federation. That's why you've embraced our offer. Because it will give your dear Federation new life. Well, how badly do you want it, admiral? Because there are hard choices to be made now. If the Enterprise gets the news to the Federation about their brave captain's valiant struggle on behalf of the defenseless Ba'ku, your Federation's politicians will waiver. Your Federation opinion polls will open a public debate. Your Federation allies will want their say. You-- need I go on?