Dr. Greysteel: "Such nonsense! Whoever heard of cats doing anything useful?"
Jonathan Strange: "Except for staring at one in a supercilious manner. That has a sort of moral usefulness, I suppose, in making one feel uncomfortable and encouraging sober reflection upon one's imperfections."
- --excerpt from Susanna Clarke's "Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell"
Spike Spiegel: "Y'know, Jet... there are about three things in this world that I positively cannot stand."
Jet Black: "Whatever..."
Spike Spiegel: "And those would be... dogs, rugrats and tomboys."
Jet Black: "..."
Spike Spiegel: "So tell me, Jet... how is it that we now have all three of them neatly gathered on our ship?"
- --"Cowboy Bebop" (Session #9 - Jamming with Edward)
Clint Barton: "You don't have to pay for my stuff. I have money."
Tony Stark: "I know you have money, I meant--"
Clint Barton: "--No, I mean, I have money now. Like--"
Tony Stark: "..."
Clint Barton: "--like money."
Tony Stark: "... Where did you get money?"
Clint Barton: "... Places?"
- --Matt Fraction's "Hawkeye" (Issue #6 - February, 2013)
Minister: "...but also because you are helping us."
Alex: "Helping you, sir?"
Minister: "We always help our friends, don't we?"
- --from Stanley Kubrick's "A Clockwork Orange"
Rosaleen: "And then they lived happily ever after?"
Grandma: "Indeed they did not!"
- --from Neil Jordan's "The Company of Wolves"
Jaime Lannister: "Well, even if the boy lives, he'll be a cripple, grotesque. Give me a good, clean death any day."
Tyrion Lannister: "Speaking for the grotesques, I'll have to disagree. Death is so final. Whereas life, ah life is so full of possibilities."
- --from HBO's "Game of Thrones" (S01E02 - The Kingsroad)
Woody: "You-are-a-TOY!! You are not the real Buzz Lightyear. You're-- oh, you're an action figure. You are a child's plaything."
Buzz: "You are a sad, strange little man. And you have my pity."
- --from Pixar's "Toy Story"
Jean Gabin: "Pecqueux, I have to tell you something. Don't say a word and don't move. I killed her. That's right, I killed her. It's all over. I'll never see her again. It'll be the death of me, I know it. I couldn't bear to hold her anymore. I loved her, you know? I loved her little hands most of all. But there's one thing I don't get: why haven't they arrested me?"
- --from Jean Renoir's "La bête humaine"
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