Star Trek: Lower Decks Season 3 Episode 7: "A Mathematically Perfect Redemption" Quotes
Be a hero, Peanut Hamper. The needs of many, Peanut Hamper. Kill yourself for a bunch of randos you met three hours ago, Peanut Hamper! It was my first day! They expect me to sacrifice myself on Day One? No way! I hate Starfleet! What about the needs of the me?!?Peanut Hamper
Of course I could send a distress call to Starfleet. But those bipedal bastards would just lock me up for going AWOL. They’re so uptight about being betrayed.Peanut Hamper
I’m sorry. Sky snake? That’s ridiculous. If everything here flies, then why call it a sky snake? Wouldn’t that just be a snake?Peanut Hamper
Yeah, yeah, calm down. It’s called Science. Which you could have if you didn’t put up with straw and parasite water.Peanut Hamper
Peanut Hamper: Hey, Doyle. Did those stomach worms clear out?
Doyle: Oh yes. My fecal matter is back to being oily and white.
Peanut Hamper: Great! But also, gross.
You know, for a backwards planet in the middle of nowhere, it really is beautiful.Peanut Hamper
Rowda: There is one person you haven’t treated yet.
Peanut Hamper: I guess we should start with a physical.
Rowda: Oh, how I long for the touch of your nozzle.
Peanut Hamper, when I first met you, I was afraid. Not only because you were the literal embodiment of everything I was taught to fear, but also because you were full of life.Rowda
Just shut the f*ck up, Rowda. Grow a f*cking beak. I wasn’t going to spend the rest of my very long robotic life on a frickin’ bird planet.Peanut Hamper
Oh, whatever. I don’t want to stay here anyway. You’re like the poor man’s Aurelians.Peanut Hamper
You think this is bad? A room full of awesome robots? I love it here! Not an organic to be found!Peanut Hamper