Dr. Lawrence Angelo: All this power isn't meant to be in the hands of one person.
Jobe Smith: You're wrong! You need to be led, just like everyone else, it's a basic need.
Dr. Lawrence Angelo: This technology was meant to expand human communication, but you're not even human any more! What you've become terrifies me. You're a freak.
Jobe Smith: Your naive idiocy makes me very angry.
Martin: You know how I feel when I wake up in the morning? Humiliated. How do I feel at lunch time? Humiliated. My life flows in a steady stream of humiliation. I'm not sad, not angry, just humiliated.
Martin: We belong together, we're a team I mean we're the worst team the world has ever know and if I were picking none of you would have made it to the subs bench but still.
Ida: I really don't understand why anybody will work for you. When... when you're so awful and stupid and not nice.
Philip: I pay him good money.
Richard Langley: Whoever in this room who knows what goes on in the mind of the person who sleeps next to you... please, raise your hand... I know you can't, not honestly.
Richard Langley: I'm not at all certain that one can build happiness upon the unhappiness of someone else.
Professor Donald Kessler: We know they're extremely advanced technologically, which suggests - very rightfully so - that they're peaceful. An advanced civilization, by definition, is not barbaric.
Jean Charles Pommier: They're not real. They can't do anything.
Bertril: They brought you here, Pommier.
Narrator: Every breath we take, and every drop we drink, depends on a healthy ocean. Now, their life depends on us.
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