Colonel Stone: We think you can set the charges off manually.
Ed: Oh hang on, you want me to just float here in space while a piece of the shuttle blows off in my face? Whose bright idea was that?
Ros: Mine, actually, Ed.
Ed: Cheers, Ros!
Ed [ finishing his space walk ]: I'm coming in. Or do you want me to clean the windows while I'm here?
Beckett: Be careful. These people are not going to leave a weapon like that unguarded.
Ros: Who do you think I am? Ed?
Ed: Ros, you did it! Ros!
Ros: You mean you had your doubts?
Ros: What's it feel like when you're up there during a radio blackout?
Colonel Stone: Like eternity.
Beckett: I'm just taking Joy to GMC. We have to get in touch with President Haikudu.
Ros: Haven't you rather overspent your credit with your ex?
Beckett: Oh I think I did that a long time ago, Ros. But this isn't for me, this is for the future of Kutuma.
Ros: You know the really weird thing is the way that Zito was killed by his own people.
Beckett: Well, whoever gave Zito his orders doesn't tolerate failure. You know, I can't help thinking that there was someone else behind all this, someone we never even encountered.
Amanda: I understand a very small number of anonymous international investors are set to make a killing out of the unexpected turnaround in the Kutuman economy.
Jean-Daniel: No, not a killing. The killings come later.
Ros: Is Commander Vornholt happy to try this?
Vornholt: Do we have any choice?
Ed: Susan thinks it's a terrific idea.
Beckett: They can't have everyone thinking any Tom, Dick or Ed can go into space!