Grunt: I don’t remember anything after I ate the lamp.
Tali: Back on my pilgrimage, I often walked past that sushi bar and watch the fish inside that tank. I knew they would never let me in, but I always planned that if I prove myself to the galaxy, I’d go there for dinner. And you have broken their floor!
Shepard: Did they have anything that you could eat there?
Tali: Not the point, Shepard.
Illusive Man: Commander Shepard.
Shepard: Illusive Man. I thought we would be meeting face-to-face.
Illusive Man: A necessary precaution. Not unusual for people who know what you and I know.
Shepard: And what exactly is it that “you and I know”?
Illusive Man: That our place in the universe is more fragile than we’d like to think.
Legion: Human history is a litany of blood shed over different ideals of rulership and afterlife.
[Shepard sends a probe to uranus]
EDI: Really, Commander?
[launches another probe]
EDI: [sighs] Probing Uranus…
Garrus: You realize this plan has me walking into hell too… ha just like old times.
Ashley: I think this situation falls under the “shoot on sight” category.
Captain Bailey: Policing a ward is like policing New York City.
Turian Councilor: I believe there is a saying amongst you humans: “Even a broken clock is correct two times a day.”
Shepard: Here’s another saying: “Go to hell!”
Tali: Please, Shepard. I’m a quarian. Give me a chunk of scrap metal, a circuit board, and some element zero, and I’ll have it making precision jumps.
Shepard: I trust you, but I don’t trust Cerberus. Your experiments cross the line.
Miranda: All the time, yes. But I recall a Spectre who crossed a few lines while hunting down Saren and the geth.
Kaidan: Well, that’s very comforting. Certain death for some, fine for us.