Quotes: Instant Awesome, Just Add Ninja

"First mistake: Never tell Galasso what to do. Second mistake: Never presume a man does not have ninjas at his disposal."
Galasso, Shortpacked!, to an armed gunman

Roy: There were no ninjas in Rumplestiltskin!
Orson and Wade: There are now!
U.S. Acres, "The Name Game"

Ethan: We haven't seen Rick in weeks.
Ninja Rick: That is because all ninja master the dark art of invisibility.
Robin: Being alone in your apartment and catching up on Naruto doesn't cut it, Rick.

"What a terrible world we live in where ninjutsu can't solve all our problems..."

"As of the 2009 movie, Sulu's totally a ninja. You just can't get cooler than ninja."

Hide in shadows and darkness. Use ninja skills on your mission. You're a ninja! A NINJA! Cool...

"Whoa. Kamikaze? I'm more like a ninja!"
Dean Winchester, Supernatural

"I'm Live Wire; this is one sassy ninja you don't wanna tangle with!"
Laney Penn, Grojband, "Super Zeroes"

Weasly Crusher: Remember the last Star Trek game? El Disgusto wanted to play a ninja.
El Disgusto: How could Star Fleet not have ninjas? Its the only thing that keeps the Klingons from attacking in force.

Like all the other topics in this book, martial arts was a huge obsession of mine when I was growing up. Inspired by The Karate Kid and the Ninja Turtles (rebranded as Hero Turtles to protect our delicate British constitutions), there was a period when all my pocket money went on karate magazines, and I could often be found practising clumsy kicks in the garden that I'd learned from library borrowed teach-yourself-tough manuals whose pages smelled of sour milk and low self-esteem. I don't know why I never thought to take actual classes. I think the DIY nature of big-screen training montages, where average Joes unknowingly molded themselves into black belt wizards by balancing on turtles or waxing cars led me to believe I could do it on my own. I have a vivid memory of a sunny afternoon spent 'painting' a fence with a brush dipped in plain water, using that same repetitive up-down motion that had unleashed the hidden power within Daniel-san, and figuring wrongly, as it turned out that I was making myself unpunchable...When I'm an adult, I thought, I'll have all of these weapons in my Kung Fu arsenal, and I'll be the coolest man alive! Boys will fear me, and girls will think me a proper hunk, defeating the bullies and the scrappy footballer kids with fashionable haircuts with my flying leap-kick.
Stuart Millard, Smoke & Mirrors and Steven Seagal