If I heard a single word from the terse opening dialog in "Argonautica" where Command and the stuck Aquitaine are parsing out responsibilities with the player as an interested party I would recognize it immediately, like hearing a single note of a familiar song. The delivery and the situation sets the stage for the desperate tone of the final five-mission sequence.
Alpha: Command, this is Alpha wing. We are now in position. One wing of Mara fighters in range, designation Aries.
Command: Negate the Maras, Alpha. Secure this area on the double.
Aquitaine: Thank you for your assistance, Alpha wing. The Argo should be here in under five minutes.
<SCv Abaddon arrives>
Aquitaine: Alpha, this is the Aquitaine. You take care of the fighters, we'll worry about the Abaddon. Destroy its beam turrets if you get the opportunity.