Tilly: I have the con.
Zareh: Oh, you have the con. Well, I must say, I'm impressed. You've done a bang-up job. It took us all of twelve minutes to capture your ship and crew. I'm sure under lesser leadership, it would've been ten.

To think the Federation would hoard their technology, but you would free us all of the yoke of dilithium. The galaxy is a much better place with you in it, Osyraa.

Invigilator Orelio

Book: Go save the day, Michael.
Burnham: This is the wrong moment to tell you that I love you for the first time.
Book: Not quite the first. You talk in your sleep.

If this one gives you any trouble, you keep him alive but make him wish otherwise.

Zareh

Book: What the hell was that tapping?
Rhys: Morse Code.
Owo: Year One, Starfleet Academy.
Book: What were you saying?
Rhys: I was telling him to keep tapping.

Osyraa: What's with the holo and why is he staring at me so intently?
Vance: It's de rigueur during negotiations to use a biometric lie-detector system, even among allies.
Osyraa: Where's the fun in that?
Vance: Well, nobody seemed to like it when a red light would just go off so we gave it a face.

You're a chain of planets. We are a federation of mercantile exchanges. We need to focus on doing what is for the good of our people. At the end of the day, they are what this is all about.

Osyraa

Stamets: The tardigrade DNA that fused with my DNA was from a species that is long extinct. I've tried to replicate it but it's been corrupted. You'll probably have to kill me to extract it.
Orelio: Mr. Stamets, I can assure you, we have other methods now.
Stamets: And, if those methods don't work?
Orelio: Ah. We will grow the tardigrade cells. Fidelity is always the issue with replication. Growth marries the fidelity of a copy with the vitality of new beginnings.

Zareh: Hey, hero. Can you hear me? I'm guessing, right about now, you're getting a little nervous, huh? Figuring out that we've almost got you. You could just give up. Why not make it easy? I promise you the lofty position of having your skull be my candy dish...
[fire suppression protocol purges regulator, holding onto Burnham's shoes]
Burnham: Hey, Zareh, you're going to need more regulators.

Osyraa: [takes a bite of a slice of apple] Doesn't quite taste like the real thing, does it?
Vance: I've never eaten a real apple.
Osyraa: Well, how sad. Apples are a thing of beauty. You want to talk about oppression, you should start in your own mess hall.
Vance: It's made of our shit, you know. That's the base material that we use in our replicators. We deconstruct it to the atomic level and then reform the atoms. [takes a bite] It's pretty good for shit. And we don't have to commit atrocities for it.
Osyraa: Well, you're not being very diplomatic.

I believe you when you say that she is more than she appears to be, but she's also exactly what she appears to be.

Stamets

Do you ever think about what it cost you? All this abstraction? Lying causes a physiological change in a face. So why don't you just pick someone who is known to tell the truth? Make it real as opposed to an idea.

Osyraa

Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 Episode 12 Quotes

Osyraa: You're staring at the past. I just drew you a real map to the future.
Vance: The past is the only light with which we can see the future.

Osyraa: [takes a bite of a slice of apple] Doesn't quite taste like the real thing, does it?
Vance: I've never eaten a real apple.
Osyraa: Well, how sad. Apples are a thing of beauty. You want to talk about oppression, you should start in your own mess hall.
Vance: It's made of our shit, you know. That's the base material that we use in our replicators. We deconstruct it to the atomic level and then reform the atoms. [takes a bite] It's pretty good for shit. And we don't have to commit atrocities for it.
Osyraa: Well, you're not being very diplomatic.