Lt. Cmdr. Susan Ivanova: [last words] From the stars we came and to the stars we return, from now until the end of time. We therefore commit this body to the deep.
Dr. Stephen Franklin: It's all so brief, isn't it? Typical human lifespan is almost a hundred years, but it's barely a second compared to what's out there. It wouldn't be so bad if life didn't take so long to figure out. Seems you just start to get it right and then - it's over.
Lt. Cmdr. Susan Ivanova: Doesn't matter. If we lived 200 years we'd still be human, we'd still make the same mistakes.
Dr. Stephen Franklin: You're a pessimist.
Lt. Cmdr. Susan Ivanova: I'm Russian, doctor. We understand these things.
The Soul Hunter: And what will you do then?
Delenn: Free them. Release them.
The Soul Hunter: You mean kill them.
Delenn: They will join with the souls of all our people. Melt one into another until they are born into the next generation of Minbari. Remove those souls and the whole suffers. We are diminished, each generation becomes less than the one before.
The Soul Hunter: A quaint lie, pretty fantasy. The soul ends with death, unless we act to preserve it.
Dr. Stephen Franklin: [after arriving] Is it always this busy around here?
Lt. Cmdr. Susan Ivanova: Yes, we like it that way.
Soul Hunter #2: If I may ask, what happened to my brother's collection?
Cmdr. Jeffrey Sinclair: Life's full of mysteries. Consider this one of them.
Announcer: Passengers transferring from Starliner Azimov to outbound flights should take shuttle 1A to docking area 7.
Dr. Stephen Franklin: Commander Sinclair! It's good to see you again.