- Emilia telling her husband to stick it—even when she knows he's quite willing to kill her if she won't shut up. "Perchance, Iago, I shall ne'er go home."
- The Hindi adaptation Omkara adds an extremely epic Not His Sled moment for Indu, their version of Emilia. When she finds out what Langda (Iago) has done, she kills the bastard. After 400 years of Iago killing his wife for owning up to her role in the plot, finally, a version where the tables are turned. Ah, sweet karma.
- You really have to hand it to Iago; his plan to turn a loving husband into a raving murderous machine is spectacularly successful, through sheer wit, flawless manipulation and insane improvisation skills. Also, not only does he almost get away with it in the end, but the whole ordeal lasts about three days. The Chessmaster hardly begins to cover it.
Awesome / Othello