Quotes / Doing In the Wizard

(After finding "robot ghosts")
Farnsworth: Just as I suspected. These robots were buried in improperly shielded coffins. Their programming leaked into the castle's wiring through this old, abandoned modem, allowing them to project themselves as holograms.
Hermes: Of course! It was so obvious!
Farnsworth: Yes, that sequence of words I said makes perfect sense

"You got your crappy sci-fi all over my fantasy RPG."

"My old maths teacher used to say: 'Magic doesn't show the working.'"

We are not exploring the Moon or any other more improbable region. No analysis in any laboratory would discover chemical properties of lembas that made it superior to other cakes of wheat-meal.
J. R. R. Tolkien, Letter #210

It's like finding out that pixie dust is just a fungus which grows in the brain.
The Distressed Watcher note 

A likely impossibility is always preferable to an unconvincing possibility. The story should never be made up of improbable incidents; there should be nothing of the sort in it.

"Science was taking the magic out of everything."
— Eoin Colfer, Artemis Fowl

I thought that they were angels, but to my surprise
They climbed aboard their starship and headed for the skies.

"Church, there's no such thing as ghosts. You're one of them. You're an AI. You... are the Alpha."
Washington, Red vs. Blue

Some Jerk with a Camera: When you try to shoehorn science into magic, all you do is make it less fun for the fantasy lovers, and even more infuriating for the science nerds!
The Nostalgia Critic: We don't need to know the science of the flux capacitor, we don't need the engineering manual for the Ring of Power. Do you want midichlorians? Because this is how you get midichlorians!