Thursday March 20, 2014
Book 15: Delegates and Delegation — Part I: Confidence


SCHLOCK: You know what?  I'm gonna say it.  I don't think you should get to be a captain.

I mean, I like how Captain Tagon's dad is being all organized, and Commodorey, but you're too new.

MURTAUGH: New to you, Sergeant.  Only two people in this company possess more military experience than I do: Commodore Karl Tagon, and Chief Gunther Thurl.

SCHLOCK: Wow.  How close do you come to them?  Because you don't look anywhere near as wrinkley as those guys.

MURTAUGH: Closer than my complexion suggests.  And thank you, I think.