100+ Ellen Ripley Quotes From The Protagonist Of Alien Series

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These Ellen Ripley quotes are from the protagonist of the alien series. There are so many Ellen Ripley quotes that can help you when you are tired of being in the same old rut, and all you need is a little push, a little inspiration, a smile on the face, change of mood, bring you out of the banality of life, make you laugh a little, or may even make you cry a bit, and these Ellen Ripley quotes exists just do that.

Ellen Louise Ripley alias Ellen Ripley is the main character and action heroine of the sci-fi series Alien. Ellen Ripley was conceived on January 7th in the year 2092 at the Olympia settlement on Luna. Subsequent to picking up a Masters in building from the New York Aeronautics University, Ellen Ripley presented with the US Merchant Navy on board the Zelazny, where Ellen Ripley went about as co-pilot. Ellen Ripley, in the end, met and wedded her significant other Alex, and during a delay between excursions, they imagined their first youngster. In spite of the way that it abused Weyland-Yutani guidelines, Ellen Ripley enabled the pregnancy to come to term, in the end bringing about the introduction of her girl Amanda. Ellen Ripley was not taught for this transgression. Alex would later leave Ellen Ripley when Amanda was 3 years of age and had no further contact with either Ellen Ripley or his daughter. Ellen Ripley later remarried, despite the fact that Amanda did not coexist with her second husband.

Lieutenant First Class Ellen Ripley was a regular citizen guide to the United States Colonial Marine Corps and a massively powerful figure in mankind’s experiences with the species Xenomorph XX121. Ellen Ripley was the mother of Amanda Ripley-McClaren and the progenitor of Alan Decker. Starting her profession as a warrant officer with Weyland-Yutani’s business cargo activities, Ellen Ripley was doled out to the USCSS Nostromo in the year 2122 when it experienced a solitary Xenomorph unexpectedly gathered from the planetoid LV-426. The occasion prompted the passing of the remainder of her team and the decimation of the ship, and her revelation of the Xenomorph would change a mind-blowing course and plague her for the remainder of her reality. Later elevated to Lieutenant First Class and connected to the Colonial Marines as a non-military personnel guide, Ellen Ripley would proceed to have a few additional experiences with the animals over the next decades, before in the long run giving her life on Fiorina “Rage” 161 to put a conclusion to the Alien hazard for the last time. Her adventures guaranteed that Ellen Ripley was notable among gatherings and people that managed the Xenomorph for quite a long time, even hundreds of years, after her demise.

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“It was a bad call, ripley. A bad call.”

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“Get away from her, you bitch.”

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“Guess she don’t like the cornbread either.”

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“Look into my eye.”

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“I guess we’re not leaving soon.”

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“I grew up watching that movie, and she’s so brilliant in it… I remember being very impressed with her reactions, her stillness, her stillness in that film, I think really helped sell a lot of the horror.
Parker: Why the hell don’t you guys just freeze him?”

“Parker: If we ain’t out of here in ten minutes, we won’t need no rocket to fly through space!
Brett: Right.
Parker: I ain’t drawing no straws, I’m for killing that goddamn thing right now.”

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“Ellen Ripley: Final report, the commercial star-ship Nostromo. Third officer reporting. The other members of the crew—Kane, Lambert, Parker, Brett, Ash, and Captain Dallas—are dead. Cargo and ship destroyed. I should reach the frontier within six weeks. With a little luck the network will pick me up. This is Ripley, last survivor of the Nostromo, signing off.
Ash: I can’t lie to you about your chances, but… you have my sympathies.”

“Ellen Ripley: We will and then we will blow it the fuck out into space!”

“Parker: Get out of the room!
Ellen Ripley: This is Ripley, last survivor of the Nostromo, signing off.”

“Ellen Ripley: You…are…my…lucky…star…”

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“Ash: You still don’t understand what you’re dealing with, do you? Perfect organism. Its structural perfection is matched only by its hostility.
Lambert: You admire it.
Ash: I admire its purity. A survivor… unclouded by conscience, remorse, or delusions of morality.
Parker: Look, I am… I’ve heard enough of this, and I’m asking you to pull the plug.
Ash: Last word.
Ellen Ripley: What?
Ash: I can’t lie to you about your chances, but… you have my sympathies.”

“Kane: Brett “Jonesy… here Jonesy”
Brett: Jonesy… here Jonesy.”

“Parker: (To Kane) What’s the matter?… The food ain’t that bad…
Parker: [to Kane] What’s the matter? The food ain’t that bad…”

“Ash: Ripley, for God’s sake, this is the first time that we’ve encountered a species like this. It has to go back. All sorts of tests have to be made.
Ellen Ripley: Ash, are you kidding? This thing bled acid. Who knows what it’s gonna do when it’s dead?”
Ash: I think it’s safe to assume it isn’t a zombie.

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“Dallas: (from editited footage) Kill….me! Ripelyyy
Dallas: [from editited footage] Kill… me! Ripely.”

“Ellen Ripley: Whenever he says *anything* you say ‘right,’ Brett, you know that?
Brett: Right.
Ellen Ripley: Parker, what do you think? Your staff just follows you around and says ‘right’. Just like a regular parrot.
Parker: Yeah, shape up. What are you some kind of parrot?”
“Ellen Ripley: Ash can you hear me? Ash!?
Ash: [Eyes open] Yes I can hear you.
Ellen Ripley: What was your special order?
Ash: You read it, I thought it was clear.
Ellen Ripley: What was it?
Ash: Bring back life form, priority one, all other priorities are rescinded.
Parker: The damn Company. What about our lives you son of a bitch?
Ash: I repeat, all other priorities are rescinded.
Ellen Ripley: How do we kill it Ash, there’s got to be a way of killing it, how, how do we do it?
Ash: You can’t.
Parker: That’s bullshit!
Ash: You still don’t understand what you’re dealing with do you? Perfect organism. It’s structural perfection is matched only by its hostility.
Lambert: You admire it.
Ash: I admire its purity. A survivor, unclouded by conscience, remorse, or delusions of morality.
Parker: I’ve heard enough of this and i’m asking you to pull the plug.
Ash: Last word.
Ellen Ripley: What?
Ash: I can’t lie to you about your chances, but, you have my sympathies. [Smiles]
Ellen Ripley: [Pulls the plug]”

“Ellen Ripley: Whenever he says *anything* you say “right,” Brett, you know that?
Ellen Ripley: Whenever he says *anything* you say ‘right,’ Brett, you know that?
Brett: Right.
Ellen Ripley: Parker, what do you think? Your staff just follows you around and says “right”. Just like a regular parrot.
Ellen Ripley: Parker, what do you think? Your staff just follows you around and says ‘right’. Just like a regular parrot.
Parker: Yeah, shape up. What are you some kind of parrot?”

“Parker: Anybody ever tell you you look dead, man?”

“Parker: It’s a robot. Ash is a god damn robot.
Brett: Here kitty, kitty, kitty. Meaow. Here Jonesy.”

“Dallas: [looking at alien skeleton] Alien life form. Looks like it’s been dead a long time. Fossilized. Looks like it’s growing out of the chair. [climbs up for a closer look]
Dallas: Bones are bent outward, like he exploded from inside.”

“Ellen Ripley: This is Ripley, last survivor of the Nostromo, signing off.
Ellen Ripley: This is Ripley, last survivor of the Nostromo, signing off. [to Jonesy the cat]”

“Ash: You know, I’ve got an explanation for this.
Ash: There is an explanation for this, you know.

Ellen Ripley: I’m thinking.
Parker: Ash is a robot!”

“Ash: I admire its purity. A survivor. Unclouded by conscience, remorse, or delusions of morality
Ash: I admire its purity. A survivor. Unclouded by conscience, remorse, or delusions of morality.
Ash: I admire it’s purity. A survivor. Unclouded by conscience, remorse, or delusions of morality.

Parker: So, um, we think we should discuss the bonus situation..

Ellen Ripley: Micro changes in air density, my ass.”

“Ripley: Ash, that transmission, MOTHER’s deciphered part of it. It doesn’t look like an S.O.S.
Ash: What is it, then?
Ripley: Well, it looks like a warning. I’m gonna go out after them.
Ash: What’s the point? I mean, by the, the time it takes to get there, you’ll, they’ll know if it’s a warning or not, yes?”

“Dallas: Okay, Ripley, we’re clean. Let us in.
Ripley: What happened to Kane?
Dallas: Something’s attached itself to him. We have to get him to the infirmary right away.
Ripley: What kind of thing? I need a clear definition.
Dallas: An organism. Open the hatch!
Ripley: Wait a minute. We let it in, the ship could be infected. You know the quarantine procedures: 24 hours for decontamination.
Dallas: He could die in 24 hours! Open the hatch.
Ripley: Listen to me. If we break quarantine, we could all die.
Lambert: Look! Would you open the goddamn hatch? We have to get him inside!
Ripley: No. And if you were in my position, you’d do the same.
Dallas: Ripley, this is an order. You open that hatch right now, you hear me?
Ripley: Yes.
Dallas: Ripley, that was an order! Do you hear me?!
Ripley: Yes, I read you. The answer is negative.
Ash: Inner hatch opened.”

“Dallas: All right! Ripley, when I give an order, I expect to be obeyed!
Ripley: Even if it’s against the law?!
Dallas: YOU’RE GODDAMN RIGHT!!
Parker: Well, now that she has a point, you know, who the hell knows what that thing is!”

“Dallas: [looks at a pen being dissolved by alien’s body fluid] I haven’t seen anything like that except molecular acid.
Brett: It must be using it for blood.
Parker: It’s got a wonderful defense mechanism. You don’t dare kill it.”

“Ripley: [watching Ash examine the creature] That’s amazing. What is it?
Ash: Uh, yes, it is. Uh, I don’t know yet. Did you want something?
Ripley: Yes, I, uh … have a little talk. How’s Kane?
Ash: He’s holding, no changes.
Ripley: And our guest?
Ash: Oh.
Ripley: Hm?
Ash: Well, as I said, I’m still…collating, actually. But I have confirmed that he’s got an outer layer of protein polysaccharides. Has a funny habit of shedding his cells and replacing them with polarized silicon, which gives him a prolonged resistance to adverse environmental conditions. Is that enough?
Ripley: That’s plenty. What does it mean? [bends down to look through the micro-scanner]
Ash: Please don’t do that. Thank you.
Ripley: I’m sorry.
Ash: Well, it’s an interesting combination of elements, making him a … tough little son-of-a-bitch.
Ripley: And you let him in.
Ash: I was obeying a direct order, remember?
Ripley: Ash. When Dallas and Kane are off the ship, I’m Senior Officer.
Ash: Oh yes, I forgot.
Ripley: You also forgot the Science Division’s basic quarantine law.
Ash: No, that I didn’t forget.
Ripley: Oh, I see. You just broke it, then?
Ash: Look, what would you have done with Kane? You know his only chance of survival was to get him in here.
Ripley: Unfortunately, by breaking quarantine, you risk everybody’s life.
Ash: Maybe I should have left him outside. Maybe I’ve jeopardized the rest of us, but it was a risk I was willing to take.
Ripley: That’s a pretty big risk for a Science Officer. It’s not exactly out of the manual, is it?
Ash: I do take my responsibilities as seriously as you, you know. You do your job and let me do mine, yes?”

“Ash: Ripley, for God’s sake, this is the first time that we’ve encountered a species like this. It has to go back, all sorts of tests have to be made.
Ripley: Ash, are you kidding? This thing bled acid, and who knows what it’s gonna do when it’s dead?
Ash: I think it’s safe to assume it isn’t a zombie. Dallas, it has to go back.
Dallas: Well, I’d soon as not…burn it at the stake, but you’re the science officer; it’s your decision, Ash.”

“Dallas: [to Kane] Do you remember anything about the planet? [Kane shakes his head]
Ripley: What’s the last thing you do remember? Hmm?
Kane: I remember some…horrible dream about smothering…and, anyway, where are we?!
Ripley: Right here. We’re on our way home.
Brett: Yeah. Back to the old freezerinos.”

“Parker: We found this laying there. No blood, no Dallas, nothing. How come I don’t hear anybody say anything?
Ripley: I’m thinking! Unless somebody has got a better idea…we’ll proceed with Dallas’ plan.
Lambert: What? And end up like the others? No, no, you’re out of your mind!
Ripley: You got a better idea?
Lambert: Yes! I say that we abandon this ship! We take the shuttle and just get the hell out of here! We take our chances and … and hope that somebody will pick us up!
Ripley: Lambert…the shuttle won’t take four.
Lambert: Well, then why don’t we draw straws and…
Parker: I’m not drawing any straws! I’m for killing that goddamn thing right now!
Ripley: Right. Well, let’s talk about killing it. We know it’s using the air shafts. Will you listen to me, Parker? Shut up!!
Parker: Let’s hear it. Let’s hear it.
Ripley: It’s using the air shafts.
Parker: But we don’t know that.
Ripley: That’s the only way! We’ll move in pairs. We’ll go step by step and cut off every bulkhead and every vent until we have it cornered. And then we’ll blow it the fuck out into space. Is that acceptable to you?
Parker: If you think it means killing it, yeah, that’s acceptable to me.
Ripley: Obviously, it means killing it. But we have to stick together.”

“Ripley: Ash. Any suggestions from you or MOTHER?
Ash: No, we’re still collating.
Ripley: [laughing in disbelief] What? You’re still “collating”? I find that hard to believe.
Ash: What would you like me to do?
Ripley: Just what you’ve been doing, Ash – nothing. I’ve got access to MOTHER now, and I’ll get my own answers, thank you.
Ash: All right.”

“Ripley: Ash, can you hear me? Ash?
Ash: Yes, I can hear you.
Ripley: What was your special order?
Ash: You read it. I thought it was clear.
Ripley: What was it?
Ash: Bring back life form. Priority One. All other priorities rescinded.
Parker: The damn company. What about our lives, you son of a bitch?!
Ash: I repeat, all other priorities are rescinded.
Ripley: How do we kill it, Ash? There’s got to be a way of killing it. How – how do we do it?
Ash: You can’t.
Parker: That’s bullshit.
Ash: You still don’t understand what you’re dealing with, do you? The perfect organism. Its structural perfection is matched only by its hostility.
Lambert: You admire it.
Ash: I admire its purity. A survivor…unclouded by conscience, remorse, or delusions of morality.
Parker: Well, I don’t. I’ve heard enough of this, and I’m asking you to pull the plug.
[Ripley moves to turn Ash off, but he interrupts]
Ash: Last words.
Ripley: What?
Ash: I can’t lie to you about your chances, but…you have my sympathies. [he smiles]
Ripley: [turns Ash off] We’re gonna blow up the ship. We’ll take our chances, and blow up the ship.”

“Ripley: And when we throw the switches, how long before the ship blows?
Parker: Ten minutes.
Ripley: No bullshit?
Parker: If we ain’t outta here in ten minutes, we won’t need no rocket to fly through space.”

“Ripley: MOTHER! I’ve turned the cooling unit back on. MOTHER!
MOTHER: The ship will automatically destruct in T-minus five minutes.
Ripley: You bitch!”

“Close your eyes, baby.”
“Don’t look at the light, Newt. Dangerous.”
“Absolute badasses.”
“Not bad, for a human.”
“Assholes and elbows.”
“So much for the salvage.”
“Well, that explains it then. The A2s always were a bit twitchy.”
“Where’s the goddamn beacon? Oh. I see it.”
“Burke, wait!”

“You secure that shit, Hudson!”
“Where do you want it?”
“We’re on an express elevator to hell, going down!”
“Weirzbowski, Weirzbowski!”
“Yeah, but it’s a dry heat!”
“You didn’t tell me there was an android on this mission, why not?”
“Most of the time, it’s true.”
“They mostly come out at night, mostly.”
“It’s very pretty, Bishop, but what are we looking for?”
“Don’t ask me, man. I just work here.”
“They’re cut off!”
“You always were an asshole, Gorman.”
“I say we take off, nuke the site from orbit. It’s the only way to be sure.”
“No offense.”
“None taken.”
“MARINES. We are LEAVING.”
“Ripley, what are you doing?”
“You’ve blown the main transaxle… ease down, ease down.”
“Aye-firmative.”
“Great! Why don’t you just put her in charge?”
“That’s inside the room.”
“At least you don’t see them fucking each other over for a goddamn percentage.”
“Come on, Spunkmeyer, we’re rolling.”
“Spunkmeyer? Spunkmeyer? Goddamn it.”
“HE’S GONE.”
“We manufacture those, by the way.”
“That… could have gone better.”
“What do you mean, ‘They cut the power’?”
“Then you’re not reading it right.”
“Sorry… that platform was just becoming too unstable.”
“WHAP! Fry half a city with this puppy.”
“We got nukes, we got knives, we got sharp sticks.”
“Every meal a banquet!”
“Oh, great. Wonderful. SHIT!”
“It was a bad call, Ripley. A bad call…”

“We’re in the pipe; five by five.”
“Maybe we can build a fire, sing a couple of songs!”

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