- "Being normal is vastly overrated."
- When Gwen and her mother argue about magic, Aggie zaps the fried chicken into a live one.
Aggie Cromwell: Leftovers, when you should know that chicken tastes better when it's back on the bone.
- Many of Dylan's lines. One such example is "if ghosts are dead then why do they care about fitness?"
- Benny the cabby guy often has a pun or two to spare. In the first film, he has the voice of Rino Romano, so it's even funnier.
- The scene when Marnie compares herself and her siblings to coach-potato's.
Gwen: I'm just trying to protect you.Marnie: Yeah, you're protecting us from being anything but a bunch of vegetables. (sits down) Hey look! I'm a potato, are you happy now? Maybe I'll put down some roots in the carpet. (mockingly) Oh no Marnie, it's too dangerous! There're things about vegetables that YOU don't understand.
- The ghost being offended by "such stereotypes" when Sophie is running around in a white sheet and moaning.
- Kalabar's over the top performance. At one point, even the crowd he's trying to sway to his side all backs away from him as he shouts "JOIN ME!" like a madman.
- Marnie mocking Kalabar's name.
Marnie: Hey, Chocolate Bar!
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- When Marnie and Luke meet Gort in the past, Marnie informs him that they need to find Aggie's spellbook in his mess, before the Grey Spell cleans it all away. Cue a Big "WHAT?!" from Gort, who can't fathom the thought of living in a clean house.
- The look on this guy's face when Aggie is breaking Kal's spell
- In the third movie, Marnie gets annoyed with Dylan and magically sticks him to the ceiling. The next morning, he has a crick in his neck. When asked if he's all right, he gives the following response:
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