Quote of the Day

Kirk: Spock… Spock? (they see that Spock is crying) Not for us?

Spock: No, Captain, not for us… for V’Ger… I weep for V’Ger, as I would for a brother. As I was when I came aboard, so is V’Ger now, empty, incomplete… searching. Logic and knowledge are not enough.

McCoy: Spock, are you saying that you’ve found, what you needed, but V’Ger hasn’t?

Decker: What would V’Ger need to fulfil itself?

Spock: Each of us, at some time in our life, turns to someone, a father, a brother, a god and asks ‘Why am I here? What was I meant to be?’ V’Ger hopes to touch its Creator to find its answers.

Kirk: ‘Is this all that I am? Is there nothing more?’

Star Trek: The Motion Picture

Quote of the Day

Mal: Listen, Saffron… it ain’t a question of pleasing me. It’s more a question of what’s, um, of what’s morally right.

Saffron: I do know my bible, sir. On the night of their betrothal the wife shall open to the man as the furrow to the plow. He shall work in her again and again, til she bring him to his full. And rest him then upon the sweat of her breast.

Mal: Whoa. Good bible.

Firefly — Episode 6 — “Our Mrs. Reynolds”

Quote of the Day

Spock: V’Ger has knowledge that spans this universe. And, yet with all this pure logic… V’Ger is barren, cold, no mystery, no beauty. I should have known.

Kirk: Known? Known what? …Spock, what should you have known?

Spock: This simple feeling …is beyond V’Ger’s comprehension. No meaning, …no hope, …and, Jim, no answers. It’s asking questions. ‘Is this …all I am? Is there nothing more?’

Star Trek: The Motion Picture

Quote of the Day

Oz: (in his head) I am my thoughts. If they exist in her, Buffy contains everything that is me and she becomes me. I cease to exist. (out loud) Hmm… 

Xander: (in his head) What am I gonna do? I think about sex all the time! Sex! Help! 4 times 5 is 30. 5 times 6 is 32. Naked girls. Naked Women! Naked Buffy! Oh stop me! 

Buffy: God Xander! Is that all you think about? 

Xander: Actually… bye. (runs away)

Buffy the Vampire Slayer — Season 3: Episode 18 — “Earshot”

Quote of the Day

Lorelai: Hello?

Luke: 
Yeah.

Lorelai: 
Luke? Stella got out and I don’t know — do I put seed on the floor? Do I make cheeping sounds? Or do I pull a Lucy Ricardo and walk like a chicken so she thinks I’m her mother?

Luke: 
Who the hell is this?

Lorelai: 
What do you mean who is this? It’s Lorelai. Who else would call you looking for her baby chick?

Luke: 
You’re right. I’m the idiot. Go on.

Gilmore Girls — Season 1: Episode 14 — “That Damn Donna Reed”