Jayne: Boy’s going to get us killed. Let’s just do this deal and git.
Mal: His disguise ain’t half as funny as yours. Who’re you supposed to be, anyway?
Wash: You haven’t been here in years, Jayne. You really think you need that getup? No one’s going to remember you.
Mal: I think it’s possible they might.
(they come across Jayne’s statue)
Simon: Son of a bitch.
Firefly — Episode 7 — Jaynestown
Kaylee: Captain, don’t you think Simon should come with us?
Simon: What? Oh, Kaylee, I don’t—I don’t think that…
Book: You go on, boy. See the sights. I can watch over your sister. I believe we’ve been developing a rapport.
(River acts all sweet, innocent, and well-behaved…)
Simon: I—I don’t know, River can be…
Book: Go on. I’m a Shepherd, after all. I should be able to keep my eye on a flock of one.
Mal: I’m not going that far, Doctor, and you might maybe make yourself useful.
Jayne: Come again?
Mal: The management here don’t take kindly to sight-seers, which is why we’re posing as buyers. There ain’t a one of us looks the part more than the good Doctor. I mean, the pretty fits… soft hands, definitely a moneyed individual. All rich and lily-white, pasty all over…
Simon: All right. Fine. I’ll go. Just stop describing me.
Firefly — Episode 7 — Jaynestown
(Jayne is tearing up the medical bay)
Kaylee: Now, this would be the perfect time for a swear word.
Simon: What… happened in here?
Jayne: Needed to find some tape.
Simon: So you had to tear my infirmary apart?
Simon: My god — you’re like a trained ape. Without the training.
Firefly — Episode 7 — “Jaynestown”
Jayne: There’s times I think you don’t take me seriously. I think that ought to change.
Mal: Do you think it’s likely to?
Jayne: You got something you don’t deserve.
Mal: And it’s brought me a galaxy of fun, I’m here to tell ya.
Jayne: Six men came to kill me one time. The best of ’em carried this. It’s a Callahan full-bore autolock. Customized trigger, double-cartridge thorough gauge… It is my very favorite gun. (holds it out to Mal)
Mal: …Dàxiàng bàozhà shì de lādùzi (“The explosive diarrhea of an elephant”), you offering me a trade?!
Jayne: A trade?! Hell, it’s theft. It’s the best damn gun made by man. It has extreme sentimental value. It’s miles more worthy than what you got.
Mal: What I got? She has a name.
Jayne: So does this. I call it Vera.
Mal: Well my days of not taking you seriously are certainly coming to a middle.
Firefly – Episode 6 – “Our Mrs. Reynolds”
Mal: Zoe, would you get Wash?
Zoe: (on the intercom) This is Zoe. We need all personnel in the cargo bay.
Mal: Whoa, whoa. I said Wash.
Zoe: Captain, everyone should have a chance to congratulate you on your day of bliss.
Mal: There’s-there’s no bliss! I don’t know this girl!
Jayne: Then can I know her?
Zoe: Jayne! Don’t sully this.
Mal: You are gonna be cleaning latrines with your face you don’t knock that off.
Firefly — Episode 6 — “Our Mrs. Reynolds”
Yesterday I received in the mail the 2nd Firefly Cargo Crate from Loot Crate and Quantum Mechanix, surprisingly only a few hours after getting an email letting me know it was being prepared and to expect it in 10-14 days! The first delivery in this b-monthly Firefly/Serenity-exclusive subscription box came in April and was centered around Kaylee. I was generally impressed with the first box, specifically how well it was curated with regards to Kaylee and some of the more surprising items included. (As a side note, the awesome Kaylee bear is now available to purchase separately from QMx, so I would expect to see some of the new items from the June box for sale in the coming months as well.) This month’s box was all about “the man they call Jayne,” our favorite idolized mercenary. This time out we got another wide variety of items, though I have to say I wasn’t quite as impressed with Jayne’s box as I was with Kaylee’s, and I found myself with some questions as to how the rest of this series will play out. (For those who are interested, you can receive a discount on any Loot Crate subscription by clicking on this link.)