Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III: Come on - you gotta admit, you've been avoiding me ever since the two of us... You know, when we...
Sub-Commander T'Pol: Had sexual relations?
Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III: Wow, it's real romantic when you put it that way.
Lorian: I wasn't raised with the same inhibitions most Vulcans have. My Human side has allowed me to find a balance between emotion and logic. I've even been known to tell a joke on occasion.
Lorian: [to Tucker] You were a good father... It's strange, being able to tell you that.
Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III: Only in the Expanse could I have a son who's nearly three times my age.
Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III: [to T'Pol] Who would've thought - you and me, huh? Lorian says we're gonna be married in a traditional Vulcan ceremony. It's gonna take me weeks to learn to pronounce the vows. You know where we're gonna have our honeymoon? Cargo bay 3.
Lorian: You don't know what it's like, living with the responsibility. Millions of people are dead because of me.
Captain Jonathan Archer: I'm sure your crew did everything they could to stop the probe.
Lorian: I could have destroyed it! Years ago, I... I swore to my Captain on his death bed, I'd save those seven million lives. You were the man I made that promise to.
Lorian: I won't let my emotions get in the way again. I will not let Earth be destroyed.
Lorian: There's no alternative. You'll be thrown into the past if you try to use the corridor.
Captain Jonathan Archer: I've got two T'Pols who'd disagree with you.
Captain Jonathan Archer: Starfleet will be glad to hear Enterprise was built to last.
[aboard the old Enterprise]
Captain Jonathan Archer: They didn't tell me you were still aboard.
Old T'Pol: Ah... You mean still alive.
Sub-Commander T'Pol: I should've known this was a mistake.
Sub-Commander T'Pol: Exploring Human sexuality with you. You're obviously unable to have a physical relationship without developing an emotional attachment.
Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III: You know, all the other women on board must've been taken. 'cause I can't imagine any other reason why I would've married someone as stubborn as you.
Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III: [to 100-year-old Lorian] Take some advice from your old man. You don't wanna do this.
Karyn Archer: We can't do this.
Lorian: There's too much at stake.
Karyn Archer: These people are family. I'm not going to let you kill them.
Captain Jonathan Archer: You almost crippled us. My mission would've been over.
Lorian: Your mission *is* over, Captain. You just won't accept it. I took the only logical course of action.
Captain Jonathan Archer: Attacking your ancestors doesn't sound very logical to me.
Lorian: [to Archer, of the Kovaalans] They must've been surprised when your reflection turned and attacked them.
Lorian: [before present Enterprise enters the subspace corridor] Tell my parents that I'll see them soon.
[Lorian's Enterprise hasn't followed Archer's through the corridor]
Captain Jonathan Archer: Lorian has years of command experience. Something tells me we shouldn't write him off yet. - I suppose there's another possibility. Since we weren't thrown into the past, maybe history somehow corrected itself?
Sub-Commander T'Pol: Are you suggesting that the other Enterprise never existed? If you're right... then why would we remember them?
Old T'Pol: If Enterprise hadn't been stranded in the past, it's... possible I never would have married Trip. But I can't imagine what my life would have been like without him.
Sub-Commander T'Pol: What do you suggest I do?
Old T'Pol: There's a Human expression: follow your heart.
Sub-Commander T'Pol: What if my heart doesn't know what it wants?
Old T'Pol: It will - in time. It will.