Stamets: Just as I suspected, you are hosting a eukaryotic organism.
Tilly: A fungus?
Stamets: Obviously, multicellular since it has ...opinions

Pike: Was she this bossy as a kid?
Amanda: On Vulcan, we call it persistent and yes, she was. She learned that from me.

Leland: Control values his skill set. We would like you to work on your recruitment speech.
Georgiou: Don't give me notes.

Georgiou: Control believes that misfits have merit so we keep busy.
Tyler: I'm surprised you call yourself a misfit, Emperor.
Georgiou: The freaks are more fun.

How can she not know what tears are? That's impossible. Show me a teenage girl that's never cried. You can't. I know. I'm a xenoanthropologist.


I wanted to thank you for following orders and maintaining our cover despite your captain's impairment. And, by impairment, I mean having a phaser go off in my chest.


Burnham: You wanted to see me?
Pike: Yes. And don't make me laugh.
Burnham: Fortunately for you, I was raised on Vulcan. We don't do funny.

Welcome back, Captain, you made it. But your ribs? They're going to feel like the xylophone in a Klingon marching band.

Dr. Pollard

Saru: Perhaps you should disobey my direct orders more often, Ensign.
Tilly: No, I think your orders are probably really good. I need to pass out now.

Detmers: In order for the asteroid to exit at the correct angle, I would have to execute a sustained circular drift.
Tilly: A donut. You would be doing A DONUT in a starship!
Detmers: That's true.

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If we were brought here, perhaps this is why. We're responsible -- not only to our landing party -- but to every living being on that planet. Discovery will not allow a catastrophe on her watch.


Computer: Your personal shielding is phase-locked with the gravity simulator. Any change in this gravametric stability will result in...
Tilly: BOOM
Computer: ... confirmed.

Star Trek: Discovery Quotes

On the eve of battle, on a cold and windless night, an old general turned to a young soldier. 'Tomorrow,' said the master,'you will know Fear.' The young soldier who had not yet experienced the agony of war looked at the general with quizzical eyes. 'How will I know Fear if I do not know what it looks like?' The general replied,'You will know Fear because it speaks very fast and it speaks very loud...' 'If that is how Fear acts, recognizing it is easy.' But as the young soldier considered the general's advice, she asked the question facing us now,'Once I know Fear, how do I defeat it?'


Just as repetition reinforces repetition, change begets change....Sometimes the only way to find out where you fit in is to step out of the routine. Because sometimes, where you really belong was waiting right around the corner all along.