Wednesday April 23, 2014
Book 15: Delegates and Delegation — Part I: Confidence


ENNESBY: It's okay, Lieutenant.  You're an official inspector.  We expect everything you see and hear to be reported.

I suppose it violates some unwritten rule of diplomatic skullduggery to come right out and say that we know you have implants, but we like you.  Why keep secrets?

SORLIE: Manners?

SCHLOCK: Do they hurt?

SORLIE: I don't think good manners hurt.

SCHLOCK: No, I mean those things they stuck into your eyes.