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Jayne: Something wrong?

Simon: Hmmm? Oh, no. I suppose it’s just the thought of a little Mylar and glass separating a person from… nothing.

Jayne: It’s impressive what “nothing” can do to a man. Like that fella we bumped into. He’s likely stuck up under our belly about now. That’s what space trash does, you know. Kind of latches onto the first big something that stops long enough. Hey now, that’d be a bit like you and your sister now, wouldn’t it?

Firefly – Episode 3 – “Bushwhacked”

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Book: Shouldn’t we report this?

Mal: To who? Alliance? Right. They’re going to run out here lickety-split and make sure these taxpayers are okay.

Book: Then we’ll have to.

Jayne: If there’s folks on board in need of help, why ain’t they beaming no distress call?

Zoe: It’s true, there’s no beacon.

Mal: Which means it’s likely no one’s looking to find her.

Book: All the more reason for us to do the right thing.

Jayne: How about you just say a prayer when we slide on by.

Book: Shall I remind you of the story of the Good Samaritan?

Mal: I’d rather you didn’t. But we’ll check it out. See if there are survivors. If not, then, well no one’s going to mind if we take a look around, see if there’s not something of value they might have left behind.

Jayne: (Suddenly “concerned”) Yeah, no, uh, someone could be hurt.

Firefly – Episode 3 – “Bushwhacked”

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Jayne: Tell you what I think. I think that fellow we ran into did everyone on board, killed them all, then decided to take a swim through space, see how fast his blood would boil out his ears.

Wash: You’re a very “up” person.

Firefly – Episode 3 – “Bushwhacked”

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Zoe: Proximity alert. Must be coming up on something.

Wash: Oh my god! What can it be?! We’re all doomed! Who’s flying this thing!? … Oh right, that would be me. Back to work.

Firefly – Episode 3 – “Bushwhacked”