|Quotes by Kathryn Janeway|
Captain, U.S.S. Voyager NNC 74656
|Set a course... for home.|
At ease before you sprain something.
There's coffee in that Nebula.
If I have another cup of coffee, I'll jump to warp.
Listen to me very carefully because I'm only going to say this once. Coffee. Black.
I'm a size four.
It's a fine crew and I've got to get them home.
With all due respect, unless you've got something a little bigger in your torpedo tubes, I'm not turning this ship around.
Time to take out the trash.
This is no time for protocol. Get started.
I'm no ones prey.
These lab rats are fighting back!
I don't respond well to threats.
Good. I dread the day when everyone on this ship agrees with me. I thank you for your opinion but our mission is not going to change.
We seek out new races because we want to not because we're following protocols. We have an insatiable curiosity about the universe.
Well, that would make for a dull ride home.
Not big enough.
I may never put my hands on my hips again.
A captain doesn't abandon ship.
Go back to hell, coward.
You've just threatened the wrong woman.
With all due respect Mr. Tuvok, loosen up.
I haven't decided whether I like you at all.
Tell me, are all of your inspections this personal?
It's all a little weird.
Mr. Kim, we're Starfleet officers. Weird is part of the job.
Exploring can sometimes be hard to resist.
Sometimes first contact is last contact.
We'll destroy this ship before we surrender it.
I don't care if you can make it sing and dance. We're getting rid of it.
It's too late for opinions. It's too late for discussion. It's time to make the call and I'm making it.
Either I've become impervious to anti-matter explosions, or we're still dreaming.
We've come 15,000 light-years; we haven't been stopped by temporal anomalies, warp core breaches or hostile aliens, and I'm damned if I'm going to be stopped by a nebula!
Admiral Hayes. Good man, fine officer. A bit of a windbag.
Fire at will!
If anyone balks at eating these, tell them it's an order form their captain.
Send in the Calvary.
You never brought me tea.
We're a long way from Starfleet, Lieutenant. I'm not about to waste 15 months because we've run into a bunch of bullies.
Space must have seemed a whole lot bigger back then. It's not surprising they had to bend the rules a little. They were a little slower to invoke the Prime Directive and a little quicker to pull their phasers. Of course, the whole bunch of them would be booted out of Starfleet today. But I have to admit, I would have loved to ride shotgun at least once with a group of officers like that.
Arm photon torpedoes! We seem to have a knack for provoking strangers, these days.
Dismissed. That's a Starfleet expression for "get out."
I'm fairly easy to get along with most of the time, but I don't like bullies, I don't like threats, and I don't like you, Culluh!
Ever since my first day as a Starfleet captain, I swore I'd never let myself get caught in one of these Godforsaken paradoxes. The past is the future, the future is the past, it all gives me a headache.
Fear exists for one purpose, to be conquered.
I won't sacrifice this ship and crew based on a 10-second conversation. I need proof!
Sometimes you just have to punch your way through.
Just like Jonah and the whale...you're going in.
One of the things you learn as you move up the ranks and get a little older is that you wish you had more time in your youth to really absorb all the things that happen to you. It goes by so fast, it's so easy to become jaded, to treat the extraordinary like just another day at the office.
Apparently, you just crashed the main computer, locked out the Bridge and stopped this ship cold. Do you want to tell me why?
Unfortunately, extinction is often the natural end of evolution.
Who are we to swoop in, play God, and then continue on our way without the slightest consideration of the long-term effects of our actions?
This is my ship and my decision.
I'm your captain and that means I can't always be your friend. Do you understand that?
Seven of Nine:
No, but if we should be assimilated, our thoughts will be one and I'm sure I'll understand perfectly.
"Ma'am" is acceptable in a crunch, but I prefer "Captain".