Lawyer: Can you describe your job?
Lawyer: How would you describe your job?
Jacob: Hey, Elspeth. Does that look like lunch to you? [points at a restaurant]
Elspeth: That looks like a building to me, but it probably contains something that looks like lunch.
"Titania has already laid down the law. We've obeyed it. Not our fault if what she decreed was not what she wanted."
Voice of the Bug: Place... projectile weapon... on the ground.
Edgar: You can have my gun (cocks it) when you pry it from my cold, dead fingers.
Bug: Your proposal is acceptable.
Batman: Let her go.
Mapleshade: Remember your promise? Remember the exact words? You vow to put your clan above everything else you want? Your mother, father, mate, kits, and leader! From that one promise, I could take everything precious to you!
"The Emperor wants the thaumaturge alive; everyone else can die," Berne said simply.
This particular instruction had been carefully planned; he had to be able to say truthfully to Ma'elKoth that he didn't order a massacre.
"People should really avoid relying on semantics in this game. If I say, 'I thought you said we were good to the end.' And you justify it by saying, 'I said final four, not the end.' Thatís as damaging as lying. Actually, it might be better just to say, 'I Lied.'"
— Survivor columnist Gordon Holmes
Rex: But, how are going to get inside?
Buzz #2: Use Your Head.
[Cut to everyone using Rex as a battering ram, charging at the grate]'
Rex: BUT I DON'T WANNA USE MY HEAD!
And be these juggling fiends no more believed,
That palter with us in a double sense,
That keep the word of promise to our ear,
And break it to our hope.
Dave Lang: Listen, you paid us $25,000 to put you in the game. We put you in the game. You never specified anything else...
Alex Jebailey: Well, I did say "Keits, I need to be able to win my own tournaments," and I don't know if that's going to happen or not.
Adam "Keits" Heart: You specifically said, "Make me a badass." So I made you bad and I made you ass.
12. Self-appointed prophets who deliver elliptically-worded warnings will be politely asked to phrase their utterances in plainer terms. If said prophet refuses the request, a five-year-old child will be asked to explain the meaning of the prophecy.
— The list Things I Will Do If I Ever Become A Hero