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Time's Arrow (Star Trek: The Next Generation) Quotes

Time's Arrow (Star Trek: The Next Generation) is a TV show that debuted in 1970 . Time's Arrow stopped airing in 1970.

It features Dennis McCarthy (composer) in charge of musical score.

Time's Arrow (Star Trek: The Next Generation) Quotes

  • (Samuel Clemens) "I know what you say, that this is a vessel of exploration, and that your mission is to discover new worlds. That -- that's what the, the Spanish said -- and the Dutch, and the Portuguese --"
  • (Samuel Clemens) "This thing put me down in the middle of Market Street. Took forever to get here."
  • (Samuel Clemens) "You got any passions, boy, any dreams?"
  • (Jack London) "Well, I'd like to do some traveling, maybe go to sea. And Alaska; I've had the strangest notion to go see Alaska."
  • (Samuel Clemens) "That's a great idea, son, that's exactly what I would do if I were your age. Alaska, the Klondike, the aurora borealis, that's it. Follow your dreams, and write about them."
  • (Jack London) "Thank you, Mr. Clemens. You know, that is exactly what I'm gonna do."
  • (Samuel Clemens) "You do that, son."
  • (Jack London) "You'll see my name in print, too."
  • (Samuel Clemens) "I'm sure I will."
  • (Jack London) "And don't forget; the name's London, Jack London."
  • (Samuel Clemens) "Any place that doesn't stock a good cigar doesn't rank high in my book."
  • (Samuel Clemens) "Young man, I have a maxim that I have always lived by: no one is more qualified to write your story than you are."
  • (Guinan) "You know an awful lot about me."
  • (Captain Jean-Luc Picard) "Hmm. Believe me, in the future, the tables will be turned."
  • (Guinan) "Do we become friends?"
  • (Captain Jean-Luc Picard) "Oh; it goes far beyond friendship."
  • (Samuel Clemens) "I suspect that even time travelers are vulnerable to the Colt.45."
  • (Lt. Commander Data) "I have spoken to several people in that office."
  • (Samuel Clemens) "Yes, I know. And in the hall of records, and in the Geological Society, and in a little-known mineral shop in Chinatown. You do get around, don't you?"
  • (Lt. Commander Data) "As apparently you do, Mr. Clemens."
  • (Samuel Clemens) "Where are we? And when?"
  • (Commander William T. Riker) "This is the 24th century, we're on Devidia II, and you're not supposed to be here."
  • (Samuel Clemens) "Well, it seems to me I have as much right to be in your time as you had to be in mine. I wanted to see how you've conducted my future affairs."
  • (Counselor Deanna Troi) "Your future affairs?"
  • (Samuel Clemens) "The affairs of mankind."
  • (Commander William T. Riker) "But the disappearance of Mark Twain, one of the most noted literary figures of the 19th century --"
  • (Samuel Clemens) "Thank you."
  • (Commander William T. Riker) "That's not supposed to happen."
  • (Samuel Clemens) "I only took advantage of an irresistible opportunity, as any good writer would."
  • (Captain Jean-Luc Picard) "Captain's log, stardate 46001.3; Everyone who should be in the 19th century is safely there, and those who should be in the 24th are here. Mr. Data has been restored to us, head and all, and Samuel Clemens will write the books he was to have written after our encounter."
  • (Samuel Clemens) "Don't worry, Madam Guinan. You're gonna be fine."
  • (Dr. Appollinaire) "Just what're you doing with those lamps?"
  • (Captain Jean-Luc Picard) "Replacing the burners. City ordinance. Makes it safer, in case of earthquake."
  • (Dr. Appollinaire) "There hasn't been an earthquake here in thirty years."
  • (Captain Jean-Luc Picard) "Well, that takes care of this ward. Time to be moving on."
  • (Dr. Appollinaire) "Earthquakes."
  • (Captain Jean-Luc Picard) "We know how you move back and forth through time. My crew have returned to the 24th century to destroy your transport site on Devidia II."
  • (Alien Nurse) "Destroy it? Your weapons will only amplify the time distortion. You will annihilate your own world."
  • (Samuel Clemens) "I'm glad I have a chance to thank you."
  • (Lt. Commander Data) "For what, sir?"
  • (Samuel Clemens) "Why, for starting me out on the greatest adventure a man's ever had."
  • (Samuel Clemens) "And for helping a bitter old man to open his eyes, and see that the future -- turned out pretty well after all."
  • (Samuel Clemens) "So, this is a spaceship. You ever run into Halley's Comet?"

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