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Benny the Taxi Cab: Sister Mary Francis! What the hell happened in here?! I have been a cab 37 years, and I've never seen a mess like this!
Dolores: What was that, a rubber mask?
Eddie Valiant: Yeah. And this is the rope from the safe that was dropped on Acme. I think your lab boys will find that paint's a perfect match.
Lt. Santino: Judge Doom killed Marvin Acme.
Eddie Valiant: And R.K. Maroon. And my brother.
Lt. Santino: Now, that's what I call one seriously disturbed toon!
As Eddie Valiant and Lt. Santino looking at Judge Doom's clothes, shoes, gloves, rubber mask... all dripping with dissolved paint.

Eddie Valiant: (To Roger when he tries to sit on Eddie's brother's chair) GET OUT OF THAT CHAIR! That's my brother's chair.
Roger Rabbit: Yeah... (examining picture frame) Where is your brother, anyway? He looks like a sensitive and... (side-eyes Eddie) sober fellow.
Eddie Valiant: (reaches for the telephone) That's it! I'm calling the cops.
Roger Rabbit: Go ahead, call the cops. I come here for help and what do you do? You turn me in. No, no, don't feel guilty about me. So long, and thanks for nothin'! (Slams the door)
Eddie Valiant: That's the closet! Stupe. (Hangs up the telephone) (He turns on the light as he opens the closet door)
Roger Rabbit: (Jumps out of Eddie's coat as he puts the handcuffs on Eddie's wrist while impersonating Dick Tracy) Eddie Valiant? You're under arrest!
Eddie Valiant: Get outta there!! (yanks Roger out of the closet) Idiot. I got no keys for these cuffs!
—From Eddie's detective office scene.

Roger Rabbit: Hide me, Eddie! P-p-p-please! (Hides in Teddy's desk) Remember, you never saw me!
Eddie Valiant: GET OUT OF THERE!
— When Roger tries to hide from the Toon Patrol weasels.

Roger Rabbit: What could have possibly happened to you to turn you into such a sourpuss?
Eddie Valiant: You want to know? (As Roger nods) I'll tell ya. A toon killed my brother!
Roger Rabbit: (quietly horrified) A toon?! No...
Eddie Valiant: That's right. A toon. We were investigating a robbery at the First National Bank of Toontown. Back in those days, me and Teddy liked workin' in Toontown. Thought it was a lotta laughs. Anyway, this guy got away with a zillion simoleons. We trailed him to a little dive down on Yockster Street. We went in... Only he got the drop on us. Literally. Dropped a piano on us from 15 stories. Broke my arm. Teddy never made it. I never did find out who that guy was. All I remember was him standin' over me laughin', with those burnin' red eyes, and that high, squeaky voice. He disappeared into Toontown after that.
Roger Rabbit: (Sobbing hysterically) No wonder you hate me! If a toon killed my brother, I'd hate me too.
Eddie Valiant: Come on, don't cry. I don't hate ya.
Roger Rabbit: Yes, you do!
Eddie Valiant: No, I don't!
Roger Rabbit: You do hate me. Otherwise, you wouldn't have yanked my ears all those times.
Eddie Valiant: Well, I'm... I'm sorry I yanked your ears.
Roger Rabbit: All the times you yanked my ears?
Eddie Valiant: All the times I yanked your ears.
Roger Rabbit: (relieved) Apology accepted! Put 'er there, pal. I feel bett— Oh boy, I hope it's another cartoon! (Universal Studio newsreel begins) Jeepers, another stupid newsreel! I hate the news.
—The saddest moment in the movie, where we hear about the death of Teddy Valiant.

Judge Doom: Remember me, Eddie? When I killed your brother, I talked! JUST! LIKE! THIS!!!
— The most scariest moment in this Disney movie. This was number 3 on the Nostalgia Critic's Top 11 scariest moments in kids movies.


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