Quotes / Sufficiently Advanced Alien

Chris: The thing where her bracelet has a Superman logo on it that opens up a portal to other dimensions and that’s how they fight Darkseid who is made of crows that live inside Glenn Beck? I mean, sure, that’s no more crazy than a Lex Luthor robot fighting a talking telepathic super-gorilla, but it was a total shrug moment for me. “Well, okay, I guess. If that’s how it works here.”
David: The show’s really mysticized Krypton. Like, when I think of Krypton, I think of superscience and natural wonder, not magic spells and secret cults and all of this dumb sh*t.
Chris: It has to be mystical, since it’s a planet where you can blow up and still be bitching at your kids 30 years later.
Chris Sims and David Uzumeri on Smallville ("Supergirl")

Sinclair: Well, they say God works in mysterious ways.
Garibaldi: Yeah, but he's a con man compared to the Vorlons.

"Godlike aliens. Boy, do I hate godlike aliens. I'll take a critter over a godlike alien any time."
John Crichton, Farscape

"You found me out. I'm not really a god. I'm just an ordinary eternal, omniscient, super-intelligent being."
Sun God, Futurama

Ezio: You are... gods.
Minerva: (laughs) No. Not gods. We simply came... before.

Rudimentary creatures of blood and flesh. You touch my mind, fumbling in ignorance, incapable of understanding.
There is a realm of existence so far beyond your own you cannot even imagine it. I am beyond your comprehension.
I am Sovereign.
We impose order on the chaos of organic evolution. You exist because we allow it. And you will end because we demand it.
Sovereign, Mass Effect

"The stars themselves once lived and died at our command, and yet you still oppose our will?"
Farseer Mirehn Bielann, Warhammer 40,000 note 

"It was said the Masari could create energy from nothing!"
Hierarchy Scientist, Universe at War

"Don't you think we would appear to be gods to a race far more primitive than we are? He's no more than a man. But he's a man from another time with great strengths, great powers, but governed by the same rules we are."
Commander Adama, Battlestar Galactica (1978)

"I can guess what you are thinking! No, I am not all-powerful! The seeming miracles I accomplish are done through mastery of a science which no human brain can even remotely comprehend!"
Uatu the Watcher, a Hulk story in Tales to Astonish