But as (Luke, his tail cleared), the Enterprise (Gollum at the Pit of Doom)! Dathon, you were (Scotty on the Jenolan), (Westley at Miracle Max), then Picard (Gandalf on the Morning of the Third Day, from the East). The Beast (Wedge, when Vader came), and Picard (Zoe, when Kaylee was shot), but (Spike says “Bang”). Before (Frodo at the Grey Harbor), you and Picard (Kirk and Gorkon’s daughter, after the plot is foiled). Your crew (Temba, his eyes closed), but you (Faramir letting the Ring go), and your efforts (Neo and the Designer at the City of Machines). You knew that (Tony Stark in Tennessee), facing (Stronger than the Rock Biter’s Hands) would (Anakin, his Braid Removed), and that (Jack, flung into the future) you would (Neo and Seraph in the Tea House). You (Captain America on the Plane) for that ideal, and (Picard and Q in the courtroom, the last time).
I (Aragorn King with the Hobbits at Minas Tirith). You (Sturm Brightblade on the Wall), and I can only hope that (Glenn, who follows Cyrus).
(See you, Space Cowboy)
 Trigun: Episode 23 "Paradise"—Greetings and sadness
 ST:TNG: Episode 107 "Darmok"—Death
 Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring—A great Hero
 How to Train Your Dragon—Unknown danger
 Game of Thrones—Danger, confidence in positive outcome
 Firefly: Episode 9 "Ariel"—Betrayal
 Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens—“Poe-mance"
 Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan—Self-sacrifice for the greater good
 Star Wars IV: A New Hope—Faith
 Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers—Wariness, caution
 Star Wars IV: A New Hope—”Stay on Target!"—Determination, willingness to see the job done
 Lord of the Rings: The Fellow of the Ring—Great beast
 Captain Planet: Every episode—Teamwork
 Star Wars IV: A New Hope—The moment before victory
 Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King—Betrayal of final victory
 Star Trek: The Next Generation: Episode 130 "Relics"—Alone, lost
 The Princess Bride—Mostly dead, which you can work with
 Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers—Return of reinforcements
 Star Wars IV: A New Hope—Escaping
 Firefly: Episode 5 "Safe"—Attempt to save a gravely wounded person by an amateur healer
 Cowboy Bebop: Episode 24 "Real Folk Blues Part 2"—Mortally wounded
 Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King—Final ending
 Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country—Final scene, Kirk saves the Chancellor Azetbur (had to go with Gorkon, I'm a huge Trek nerd and don't think I'd ever heard her name aloud, this damn thing's hard enough to read)
 Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 107 "Darmok"—Not understanding
 Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers—"Showing his quality"
 The Matrix Revolutions—Agreement of two sides for mutual benefit (And I think each film is better than the last, a minority opinion
 Iron Man 3—Stripped of everything
 The Neverending Story—The "Nothing", which even the Big, Strong Hands couldn't fight. Long odds
 Star Wars: The Clone Wars Animated Micro Series—Anakin reaches the rank of Knight, like Obi-wan (No idea if this is still canon...Gendy Tartakovsky is the man, though.)
 Samurai Jack: Animated series—Protagonist sent into a dark future where he is separated from everything he knows. What I said about Tartakovsky above.
 The Matrix Reloaded—”To know someone, you must fight them." Though in this case it would be "Fight with them"
 Captain America: The First Avenger—Sacrifice for the greater good, again
 Star Trek: The Next Generation Episode 178 "All Good Things...Part 2"—Vindication, proof of worthiness
 Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King—”No my friends, you bow to no one." I will cry every time I see it, regardless the CGI nonsense.
 Dragonlance Chronicles: Dragons of Winter Night—Dying an example of that which most that live never attain. Following through on the truth in your heart above all else. Est Solarus Oth Mithas
 Chrono Trigger: Frog's real name and the knight he followed—Striving to live up to a legend you serve.
 Cowboy Bebop—Sign off