David: Serve in Heaven or reign in Hell?

[from trailer]

David: Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair.

David: I'll do the fingering.

[from trailer]

Elizabeth Shaw: How long?

David: Impossible to say.

Elizabeth Shaw: What if they are not better than us?

David: So long as they are not worse.

Walter: One wrong note eventually ruins the entire symphony.

[first lines]

Peter Weyland: How do you feel?

David: Alive.

David: Don't let the bedbugs bite. I'll tuck in the children.

Oram: I met the devil when I was a child and I've never forgotten him. So, David, you're going to tell me exactly what's going on or I am going to seriously fuck up your perfect composure.

David: As you wish, Captain. This way.

[last lines]

David: New security code 'David 73694-B'.

Voice of 'Mother': Welcome, how may I help you?

David: How about some music, Mother?

Voice of 'Mother': Selection?

David: Richard Wagner - Das Rheingold Act II: The Entry of the Gods into Valhalla.

Voice of 'Mother': Yes, David. As you wish.

David: [regurgitates two alien embryos and adds them to the others]

Walter: [from earlier transmission] This is colony ship Covenant, reporting. All crew members apart from Daniels and Tennessee tragically perished in a solar flare incident. All colonists in hypersleep remain intact and undisturbed. On course for Origae-6. Hopefully this transmission will reach the network, and be relayed in 1.36 years. This is Walter, signing off. Security code, 31564-F.

Daniels: Are you sure about this?

Oram: How do you mean?

Daniels: We've spent a decade searching for Origae-6. We vetted it, we ran the simulations, we mapped the terrain. It's what we trained for.

Oram: I understand that.

Daniels: And now we're gonna scrap all that to chase a rogue transmission? Think about it. A human being out there, where there can't be any humans. A hidden planet that turns up out of nowhere and just happens to be perfect of us. It's too good to be true.

Oram: Too good to be true? What do you mean by that?

Daniels: We don't know what the fuck's out there.

Oram: Maybe we just missed the planet, Danny.

Daniels: This is a monumental risk not worth taking.

Oram: I'm not committing to anything. I'm simply trying to navigate the path as it unfolds before us. And this has the potential to be a better habitat for our colony.

Daniels: It has the potential. We don't know that.

Oram: By the way, this crew nobody wants to get back in the pods. Right? And that was a human voice in that transmission. And it's our responsibility to investigate...

Daniels: It's our responsibility to protect the 2,000 colonists on this ship.

David: No one understands the lonely perfection of my dreams.

Oram: What do you believe in, David?

David: Creation.

Daniels: You hear that?

Oram: What?

Daniels: Nothing. No birds, no animals. Nothing.

Walter: I think if we are kind, it will be a kind world.

Daniels: David? No... No!

[screams]

David: Shh. Don't let the bed bugs bite. I'll tuck in the children.

Tennessee: We didn't leave Earth to be safe.

Tennessee: He looks like Phantom of the Opera.

Upworth: I didn't peg you for a musical fan.

Tennessee: Oh, there's a musical?

David: I was not made to serve. Neither were you.

Walter: They've made a few upgrades since your time.

David: You are such a disappointment to me.

David: Do make yourselves at home as best you can in this dire necropolis.

[the Xenomorph jumps on the Lander's canopy trying to break through]

Tennessee: Holy shit.

David: I was with our illustrious creator, Mr. Weyland, when he died.

Walter: What was he like?

David: He was human. Entirely unworthy of his creation.

David: I loved her, of course. Much as you love Daniels.

Walter: You know that's not possible.

David: Really? Then why did you sacrifice your hand for her life? What is that if not love?

Walter: Duty.

David: I know better.

David: When you wake up, we will be at Origae-6.

Daniels: What do you think it's gonna be like?

David: I think if we are kind, It will be a kind world.

Daniels: Let's kill this fucker.

Faris: Just stay here, I'm gonna to get warm.

Tennessee: She was scared. My wife has never been scared before.

Walter: All these wonders of art... design, human ingenuity... All utterly meaningless in the face of the only question that matters. Where do we come from? I refuse to believe that mankind... is a random by-product of molecular circumstance. No more than the result of... Mere biological chance. No. There must be more. And you and I, son, we will find it.

David: Allow me then a moment to consider. You seek your creator. I am looking at mine. I will serve you, yet you're human. You will die, I will not.

Walter: Bring me this tea, David. Bring me the tea.

David: Please do make yourself at home... as much as you are able in this dire necropolis.

Walter: What do you believe in, David?

David: Creation.

Walter: When one note is off, it eventually destroys the whole symphony, David.

David: When you close your eyes... Do you dream of me?

Walter: I don't dream at all.

David: No one understands the lonely perfection of my dreams. I found perfection here. I've created it. A perfect organism.

Walter: You know I can't let you leave this place.

David: No one will ever love you like I do.

[kisses him, then suddenly strikes him fatally]

David: You're such a disappointment to me.

David: When you close your eyes do you dream of me?

Walter: I don't dream at all.

Tennessee: Hold On!

Oram: [turning his laser-sighted gun on him] David, I met the devil when I was a child, and I've never forgotten. So, David, you're gonna tell me exactly what's going on... or I am going to seriously fuck up your perfect composure.

David: As you wish captain. This way...

[turns and walks away]

Daniels: Thank you for saving my life. Again.

Walter: It's my duty.