TRIP QUOTES: S2 EPS 18-20
Or read it here, Ep-by-Ep
Shockwave (Part II), Carbon Creek, Minefield, Dead Stop, A Night in Sickbay
EPISODES 6-8 Marauders, The Seventh, The Communicator
EPISODES 9-11 Singularity, Vanishing Point, Precious Cargo
EPISODES 12-14 The Catwalk, Dawn, Stigma
EPISODES 15-17 Cease Fire, Future Tense, Canamar,
EPISODES 18-20 The Crossing, Judgment, Horizon
EPISODES 21-23 The Breach, Cogenitor, Regeneration
EPISODES 24-26 First Flight, Bounty, The Expanse
Season One Trip Quotes
Malcolm: The atmosphere’s shifted. 76% nitrogen, 21% oxygen.
Trip: Somebody seems to know what we like to breathe.
Archer: What’s the temperature?
Malcolm: 18 degrees.
Trip: Florida in November.
Trip: What the hell happened? (When the wisp first entered him.)
Trip: What happened to the com? You three…talking’ about me?
T’Pol: A rescue mission is out of the question.
Trip: I’m willin’ to risk it.
T’Pol: The captain isn’t. He made it clear he didn’t want us to endanger the crew on his behalf.
Trip: So you’re saying we just forget about him?
T’Pol: I’m saying a rescue isn’t an option. But there are diplomatic channels.
Trip: We TRIED diplomatic channels.
T’Pol: Not all of them. I’ve dealt with several Klingon bureaucrats in the past. Some of them can be…persuaded.
Trip (to Archer): Some geologic fireworks! Could be fun.
Trip (to T’Pol): I’ve talked Chef into doing something special. Startin’ Tuesday it’s going to be movie night every night. Thought you might be interested seeing how you enjoyed that Western. We’re going to be showing the three greatest horror movies ever made: Frankenstein, Bride of Frankenstein, and Son of Frankenstein. We might even throw in Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein.
Trip (to T’Pol): I promise you’ll like it: reanimated life forms…science run amok…they’re right up your alley.
Trip (to Travis): A few family photos. I downloaded every picture I’ve taken since we left space dock. I thought your mom might like to see what her boy’s been up to.
T’Pol: According to the database, Frankenstein is also a work of literature.
Trip: Mary Shelley wrote it, the wife of a famous poet.
T’Pol: Perhaps a dramatic reading would be more illuminating.
Trip: You expect a Mess Hall full of crewmen to sit still while someone reads to ‘em?
T’Pol: They’d be more likely to appreciate the author’s true intent.
Trip: You want to start a book club, go right ahead.
Trip (to T’Pol): …so no one on Vulcan has ever heard of a horror movie?