"Honey! Where's my super-suit?" "What?" "Where? Is? My? Super? Suit?!" "I, uh, put it away." "Where?!" "Why do you need to know?!" "I need it!" "Uh uh! Don't you even think of runnin' off and doing no derring-do! We've been planning this dinner for two months!" "The public is in danger!" "My EVENING'S in danger!" "YOU TELL ME WHERE MY SUIT IS, WOMAN! WE ARE TALKING ABOUT THE GREATER GOOD!" "GREATER GOOD?!? I AM YO' WIFE!!! I'M THE GREATEST GOOD YOU ARE EVER GONNA GET!!!!!!"
Elastigirl after she infiltrates Syndrome's base. She cleverly dodges trains and hides from guards with ease, and as she turns around to move forward, she notices herself in a mirror... where she sighs unhappily at the sight of her butt. Looks like Bob isn't the only one who put on weight during retirement.
Which turns into a Brick Joke in a later scene between Mr. Incredible and Syndrome.
Syndrome: See, Now you respect me, because I'm a threat. That's the way it works. Turns out there are a lot of people, whole countries, who want respect, and they'll pay through the nose to get it. How do you think I got rich? I invented weapons, and now I have a weapon only I can defeat and when I unleash it- [gets cut off as Mr. Incredible throws a tree trunk at him. He dodges and freezes Mr. Incredible in place.] You sly dog! You got me monologuing, I can't believe... [chuckles]
The montage of heroes who had... bad luck with capes.
"Elastigirl? You married Elastigirl?" (laughs, then looks at the kids) "Oh, and got BIZZAY!"
"Oh, this is just too good!"
Mr. Incredible's and Frozone's RiffTrax to their cartoon short:
Mr. Incredible: I was told it was a new process! Frozone: And what would that new process be, Mr. I? Cheap-o-rama?
And the first appearance of Frozone...
Frozone: Wait, is that me? I'm white...they made me a white guy?! Mr Incredible: You're... black-ish. Frozone: They made me a white guy!! Mr Incredible: Well, maybe the print's faded. You're tanned... ish.
Frozone: Oh, oh, oh, I get caught. The black superhero gets caught. Mr Incredible: Well, a minute ago, you were complaining they made you white! Frozone: Oh, that's right... the tanned superhero gets caught!
And then there's the big argument and Frozone's total meltdown later:
Frozone: This is a stain on my otherwise spotless endorsement record! You owe me one, Incredible!
Mr Incredible: I never saw this! We were forced to go underground before the episodes were finished! You can't blame me!
At the end of the movie, Dash is finally able to try out for track, and his family is on the bleachers cheering him on... and warning him not to run too fast. The look on the other parents' faces as they listen to the Parrs' instructions of "Make it second! A close second!" is priceless.
Nearly the entire conversation between Bob and Mr. Huph.
Bob: Did I do something illegal?
Huph: (through gritted teeth) Nnnnno...
Bob: Are you saying that we shouldn't help our customers?
Huph: The law requires that I answer 'no'...
In a display of literally superhuman self-control, it takes Huph being callously dismissive of and then openly mocking the victim of a mugging before Bob throws him through five walls and into a filing cabinet. He's several times the size of Huph, but it's still really cathartic (and hilarious). One of the commentaries talks about how the guy who animated it seemed to be working out an issue or two.
"And we've all met people like him. They seem to work in Middle Management. They give you these speeches about life—"
"And how you don't deserve to be in it."
Earlier, when Bob's helping the little old lady to penetrate the bureaucracy, and she begins thanking him profusely:
Bob: Shh! [Standing up;] I'M SORRY, MA'AM! I KNOW YOU'RE UPSET! [whispered, to her] Pretend to be upset. [The woman leaves his cubicle wailing melodramatically... and walks right past Mr. Huph, who doesn't notice her.]
After Helen rescues Bob and they're running through the jungle looking for the kids while arguing.
Bob: I should have told you about being fired, I admit it, but I didn't want you to worry.
Helen: You didn't want me to worry?! And now we're running for our lives through some God-forsaken jungle...
Bob: (grinning at her) You keep trying to pick a fight, but I'm still just happy you're alive!
Moments before, when Helen finally catches up with Bob, only to find her embracing Mirage (out of relief that his wife and children are still alive). Upon confronting an extremely pissed-off wife, Mirage is under no illusions about the position she's found herself in:
Mirage:[Nervously] Hello! You must be Mrs. Incre— [From off-screen, Helen punches her in the face — from the other side of the room — causing her to crumple like a sack of potatoes.]
"I am Syndrome! Your nemesis and... (inadvertently throws Mr. Incredible out of sight) oh, brilliant."
Kari:THE BABY WAS EXPLODING! YOU EVER SIT AN EXPLODING BABY, MR. DICKER?!
"Easy Helen, easy. Easy, girl. You're overreacting. Everything's fine. They're just...all getting coffee. At the same time. Yeah."
Even though Jack-Jack's transformation from fiery baby to metal baby to monster is awesome, Syndrome's priceless look and high-pitched scream before Jack-Jack begins beating him up is funny.
The scene where Dash realizes he's fast enough to run on water. That devil-may-care laugh is infectious.
"I even brought Mozart to play while he sleeps to make him smarter because leading experts say, 'Mozart makes babies smarter!'"
Which makes it rather funny when Kari does play music to Jack-Jack; his eyes widen like something's caught his attention...and he starts teleporting. 'Smarter', indeed...
In a deleted scene, Bob and Helen argue when she suspects him of having an affair, giving us this conversation:
Helen: What's this? (holding up a hair)
Bob: Looks like a hair.
Helen: Whose hair?
Bob: I don't know. Cleaner's?
Helen: It's blond.
Bob: It's white.
Helen: It's platinum blond.
Bob: It's white old lady hair. The cleaner's.
Helen: This is not old hair!
Bob: Why don't you ask what you want to ask?
Helen: Are you having an affair?
Bob: Yeah. Me and the old lady. One look at her laundry and I had to have her. Are you nuts?
The Incrediblunders a short collection of animation errors during production, ranging from Helen and Violet's hair going crazy (due to the rig they use to animate it), characters wearing inappropriate or messed up clothing (or no clothing at all) as it hadn't been rendered yet and Syndrome licking Mirage, wait, what?!