Being a dialogue between Karrin Murphy and Captain Jack Harkness.
"You don't have to be embarrassed, Lieutenant."
"I am not embarrassed."
"You're blushing. Here, take my coat."
"I am not blushing. Thank you."
"Your cheeks are red."
"I just ran ten blocks in my underwear in the middle of winter, Harkness. I'm pink with exertion."
"I didn't mean those cheeks."
"I will shoot you right in the head."
"Don't give me that charming smile of yours."
"You're still under arrest. And you owe me a new pair of pants."
"You do understand why it was necessary for them come off?"
"You are not the first man to talk my pants off in the middle of a shoot-out, Harkness."
Being a dialogue between Bob Fraser and Hrothbert of Bainbridge
"That was in '62...or '63..."
"Then Buck Frobisher and I went on the trail of those moose. Tracked them for three days, ate nothing but snow. This was before all this pollution nonsense. Snow was snow."
"Ended up at Double Arrow gulch. Buck took one arrow and I took the other. Didn't see him for a week. Nearly mistook him for the Abominable Snowman, his beard was so thick. Neither of us had...what was his name?"
"Right. So we had to double back and he'd taken the-"
"Was that the door?"
"Never mind. Perhaps it was merely my brain snapping into pieces. Please, continue."
Being a dialogue between Jayne Cobb and Hrothbert of Bainbridge
"An' if I shot it?"
"Even with Vera?"
"Because, Mr. Cobb, there are spells protecting it. I cannot be burnt, bludgeoned, shot, melted, thrown against a wall, frozen, digested, stepped on, collapsed due to pressure, drilled into or destroyed in any fashion barring an apocalypse."
"What f'I just tossed ya out the airlock?"
"I would be very put out."
"Would ya break?"
"What f'we landed Serenity right on ya?"
"That would take quite a lot of accuracy on the pilot's part."
"Crazy girl flies pretty good."
"Then I imagine the skull would simply sink into the earth."
"What f'ya was on concrete?"
"Fine, yes, Mr. Cob. Then it would break."