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Beverly Crusher

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Quote Episode
"I fell in love in a day. It lasted a week... but what a week!" - Crusher to Troi; on love at first sight
TNG : The Price
"The more unusual a life form is, the better he likes it. His personnel file shows that he's gravitated toward assignments that isolate him from other humanoids." - Crusher to Picard; discussing Tam Elbrun
TNG : Tin Man
"They're brothers, Data. Brothers forgive." - Beverly to Data
TNG : Brothers
"If there's nothing wrong with me, maybe there's something wrong with the universe!" - Beverly to herself; The sheer chutzpah of this statement is staggering
TNG : Remember Me
Beverly : "Computer, what is the nature of the universe?"
Computer : "The universe is a sphereoid region 705 metres in diameter."
  People :  Beverly Crusher
TNG : Remember Me
"You scare me, doctor. You risk your patient's lives and justify it in the name of research. Genuine research takes time, sometimes a lifetime of painstaking, detailed work in order to get any results. Not for you, you take shortcuts, right through living tissue. You put your research ahead of your patient's lives and as far as I am concerned, that's a violation of our most sacred trust. I'm sure your work will be hailed as a stunning breakthrough. Enjoy your laurels, doctor. I'm not sure I could." - Crusher to Russell
TNG : Ethics
"When I look at my patient, I don't see a collective consciousness. I don't see a hive. I see a living, breathing boy who's been hurt and who needs our help. And we're talking about sending him back to his people as an instrument of destruction." - Crusher to Picard
TNG : I, Borg

Yellow text = Canon source Green text = Backstage source Cyan text = Novel White text = DITL speculation


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