Elizabeth Driscoll: I have seen these flowers all over. They are growing like parasites on other plants. All of a sudden. Where are they coming from?
Nancy Bellicec: Outer space?
Jack Bellicec: What are you talking about? A space flower?
Nancy Bellicec: Well why not a space flower? Why do we always expect metal ships?
Jack Bellicec: I've never expected metal ships.
Dr. David Kibner: Face it, Bellicec, you got some friends who enjoy playing practical jokes.
Jack Bellicec: I don't have any friends, Dr. Kibner.
Dr. David Kibner: Then, some enemies.
Elizabeth Driscoll: Matthew, we'll never be able to stop them.
Matthew Bennell: Yes, we will.
Elizabeth Driscoll: We can't! Look it, they control the whole city.
Matthew Bennell: We'll find a way somehow.
Elizabeth Driscoll: Oh, Matthew, I can't go on! I wanna go to sleep. I can't stay awake any more.
Matthew Bennell: You have to. You have to stay awake.
Mr. Tong: No, no... she all right. She betta now. Much betta now.
Dr. David Kibner: We came here from a dying world. We drift through the universe, from planet to planet, pushed on by the solar winds. We adapt and we survive. The function of life is survival.
Jack Bellicec: The rest of the world is trying to change people for fit the world. I'm trying to change the world to fit people.
Elizabeth Driscoll: I hate you.
Dr. David Kibner: There's no need for hate now. Or love.