The Paragon Of Animals
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Delenn: Why can't you sign the declaration?
Drazi: You cannot legislate morality, Delenn!
G'Kar: No! But we can encourage others to act with charity towards one another! The Alliance is about more than hardware!
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Londo: I would remind the Drazi ambassador that the Centauri Republic has already signed the declaration!
G'Kar: And if the Centauri can sign it, anybody can sign it!
Londo: That's right! I - wait a minute!
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Garibaldi: That was quite a little circus you had going there, Mr. President. [laugh]
Sheridan: Londo thinks we should drop the Declaration of Principles.
Garibaldi: Yeah, well you gotta consider the source, right?
Sheridan: G'Kar is taking it as a personal rejection since he wrote the damn thing...
Garibaldi: Oh, writers... they are a sensitive bunch. And Delenn?
Sheridan: Ready to strangle someone, which is saying a lot for her.
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Garibaldi: Oh, writers... they are a sensitive bunch.
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Garibaldi: But this isn't the time to start legislating morality or ethics, fairness... hell we've been working on that one for over 6000 years, you're not gonna settle it now!
Sheridan: If we don't make it clear where we stand for right from the start then we don't stand for anything!
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Sheridan: I didn't go through all this just to make a social club or some hightech store!
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Garibaldi: Call me a warmonger if you like or slightly to the right of Attila the Hun but as your duly appointed director of Covert Activities I like to see a little less of the touchy feely and a little more of the iron fist in the velvet glove... these people respect strength, nothing else!
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Sheridan: We have to get them to think in other terms!
Garibaldi: In time. But for now you have to get their attention and prove to them that we're a power to contend with and then you can send them the roses and the chocolates...
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Garibaldi: I'm not trying to tell you how to run your empire... hell, I can hardly even organize my socks. But this Alliance of yours is at a very critical stage. It's still an infant and it's gonna stand or fall depending upon what you do over the next 6 month. Now sooner or later you have to use force to make this thing work! If I were you I'd be spending my time contemplating that nasty reality and let morality take care of itself.
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Garibaldi: Hell, I can hardly even organize my socks.
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G'Kar: I was modifying clause 12 in the Declaration of Principles. I was thinking that if I could make it more linguisticly suitable to the Drazi they might be open to signing it.
Londo: Great Maker I need a drink!
G'Kar: Well, they don't like to say 'We commit to anything', they prefer 'the universe through us, agrees to'...
Londo: Make that two drinks!
Sheridan: Somehow, G'kar, I don't think a rewrite will solve the problem...
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Delenn: We may be able to get the Pak'mara on board to help but they are going to need something in exchange.
Londo: Oh, offer them my body. Another ten minutes of this I'll be dead anyway...
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Garibaldi: I want permission to use some of these telepaths to gather covert intelligence on our behalf.
Sheridan: Now there are rules against that sort of thing, Michael.
Garibaldi: Yeah, that's right, that's right, Psi Corps rules. But who in this room supports the Psi Corps anyway?
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Garibaldi: Every race except ours and the Narns use telepaths in some kind of military or Intelligence capability. The only reason the Narns don't do it is because they don't have any natural born teeps. No offence.
G'Kar: None taken.
Garibaldi: Look, I know you have reservations. I'm not big on telepaths myself. I'm not big on guns either but if everyone else has them I wanna make sure I can get my hands on the biggest one I can.
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Sheridan: I let them aboard figuring we could keep them in our back pocket until they were needed.
Garibaldi: And all I'm saying is let's move them to the front pocket instead of the back pocket. Let's put them to use now instead of waiting to the last moment. If they wanna work, I say great, here's a chance!
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Londo: You've misspelled. There's no 'y' in 'liberties'!
G'Kar: Oh, go away! Repress someone else!
Londo: As you wish...
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Sheridan: Garibaldi was right...
Delenn: I know, I hate it when he's right...
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Sheridan: Oh, I can just hear Londo now, [imitating Londo] 'I imagine you are finding your principles most inconvenient now, yes?'.
Delenn: He went on for a bit longer. But that was the sense of it.
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Sheridan: So, I have no idea how many White Stars to send out there to deal with this.
Delenn: Well, if you're going to make a point why not make it so that no one misses it? - Send all of them...
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Delenn: Dukhat once told me, if you can create sufficient fear in your enemies you may not have to fight them. Always remember that terror is also a form of communication.
Sheridan: Oh he taught you well.
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C&C: What's the mission?
Sheridan: The new Interstellar Alliance fresh out of its crib and before its even learned how to walk is gonna go find the neighborhood bully and pick a fight.
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Garibaldi: How you doing?
Lyta: I have had A day.
Garibaldi: I heard. Delenn told me. It's why I'm here, I thought...
Lyta: Did she tell you I was inside his mind when he died? Do you have any idea what that feels like? Do you have any idea what that does to you?
Garibaldi: No. Not really.
Lyta: And do you know why? Because you're not supposed to know.
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Lyta: When it happens you see it as a door opening. I guess there's no other way for the human mind to interpret what you're seeing. You feel the other person slipping away and for a second it touches you it pulls you in and a part of your soul goes with him.
Garibaldi: I don't believe in souls.
Lyta: Call it whatever you want but inside, in here, there's a part of you that goes cold, empty.
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Lyta: So yeah, I've had a day. I've had one hell of a day! And what kind of a job would you like me to do for you, Mr. Garibaldi?
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Delenn: Read it to me.
Sheridan: Oh, I'm not nearly as good a speaker as G'Kar is.
Delenn: *sigh* Read it.
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Sheridan: The universe speaks in many languages but only one voice. The language is not Narn or Human or Centauri or Gaim or Minbari. It speaks in the language -
G'Kar: - of hope, it speaks in the language of trust, it speaks in the language of strength and the language of compassion. It is the language of the heart and the language of the soul. But always it is the same voice. It is the voice of our ancestors speaking through us and the voice of our inheritors waiting to be born. It is the small still voice that says we are one no matter the blood, no matter the skin, no matter the world, no matter the star. We are one. No matter the pain, no matter the darkness, no matter the loss, no matter the fear. We are one. Here, gathered together in common cause, we agree to recognize this singular truth and this singular rule that we must be kind to one another -
Sheridan: - because each voice enriches us and ennobles us and each voice lost diminishes us. We are the voice of the universe, the soul of creation, the fire that will light the way to a better future. We are one.
G'Kar: We are one.
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Sheridan: I was just trying to savour the moment a little. We don't do that nearly enough I think sometimes.
Delenn: When you are celebrating... why aren't you smiling more?
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G'Kar: Oh, good, good, good! I was looking for these!
Delenn: What are you doing?
G'Kar: Well, we need to get everyone to sign them again!
Sheridan: What?!?! Well, do you understand what we went through to get them signed even once?!
G'Kar: I've revised it again. It's better.
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Sheridan: Somedays it's like living in a madhouse.
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