Ahsoka Tano: This is the fifth scum-bucket drinking hole we've been to.
Master Plo Koon: Yes. And this time, try to be more subtle.
Ahsoka Tano: What do you mean?
Master Plo Koon: You've adopted many of your master's ways, including a lack of subtlety.
Master Plo Koon: We were lucky to arrive when we did.
Ahsoka Tano: Guess we have Artoo to thank for that.
Mace Windu: Come here, droid. I can see why your master trusts you, little one. Good job.
Anakin Skywalker: That's definitely more praise than I ever get.
Mace Windu: Mmm.
Sugi: Kindly drop your weapons, Jedi.
Anakin Skywalker: Take it easy, Snips. We don't want any trouble.
(Embo says something in his language...)
Anakin Skywalker: It's not always about the numbers.
Rumi Paramita: Four on one is hardly a fair fight, even for a Jedi.
Ahsoka Tano: Wait a minute, four on one? You mean four on two.
Seripas: We don't count you, knee-high.
Ahsoka Tano: How come every time you fly, we crash?
Anakin Skywalker: It's not my fault. It's the ship.
Ahsoka Tano: He always blames the ship.
Ahsoka Tano: For a guy that moves slow, you always seem to get ahead of me.
Tera Sinube: The value of moving slowly is that one can always clearly see the way ahead.
Ahsoka Tano: A thief stole my lightsaber, and I only got a quick look at him. I could tell he definitely came from one of the aquatic planets. You know, one of the water worlds.
Tera Sinube: So you're saying there was something fishy about him? (laughs, but Ahsoka is not amused)
Madame Jocasta: I'm sure if you explain your loss to your master, he'll understand.
Ahsoka Tano: No. He tells me over and over, "Your lightsaber is your life. Don't lose it."
Ahsoka Tano: Master, on the ship, Barriss was gone, and she wanted me to kill her. She told me...
Anakin Skywalker: But you couldn't do it.
Ahsoka Tano: No. No, I couldn't. But should I have? I mean, it worked out now, but if we had failed, if the ship docked and the worms spread and...
Anakin Skywalker: Ahsoka, it's your duty to save as many lives as you can. Barriss knew you could save thousands if the worms were destroyed. Which she thought meant destroying her, too. But you did the right thing. You knew the freezing cold would kill the worms. Letting go of our attachments is a difficult struggle for all of us. You followed your instincts. I'm sure she would agree that you made the right choice.
Ahsoka Tano: I was just thinking about what you said earlier, about enjoying the peace while it lasts. As a Jedi, I'm not sure I know how to do that.
Barriss Offee: Master Windu has said we are keepers of the peace, not warriors. However, once the war is over, it will be our job to maintain the peace.
Ahsoka Tano: Yes, but will we do so as keepers of the peace or warriors? And what's the difference?
Barriss Offee: I don't have all the answers, Ahsoka. Like you, I am a learner. What does your Master tell you?
Ahsoka Tano: Anakin? Oh, um... You might find some of his thoughts on the future a bit radical.
Barriss Offee: Really? Why?
Ahsoka Tano: Let's just say my Master will always do what needs to be done. I'm not even sure how peacetime will agree with him.
Barriss Offee: What happens to us now doesn't matter. By destroying this factory, we've saved countless lives elsewhere.
Ahsoka Tano: Well, I'm about to save two more.