Robert Langdon Quotes
There was every orb conceivable on that tomb, except one. The orb which fell from the heavens, and inspired Newtons life's work, work that incurred the wrath of the church. Until his dying day. A P P L E - Apple.
Why is it divine or human? Can't human be divine?
Sir Leigh Teabing: Robert! Do I owe you money?
Robert Langdon: Leigh, my friend. Care to open up for an old colleauge
Sir Leigh Teabing: Of course.
[Robert goes to shut the door]
Sir Leigh Teabing: But first, a test of honor. Three questions
Robert Langdon: [Somewhat annoyed] Fire away!
Sir Leigh Teabing: First, shall I serve coffee or tea?
Robert Langdon: Tea, of course.
Sir Leigh Teabing: Correct. Next question, Milk or Lemon?
Robert Langdon: That would depend on the tea now.
Sir Leigh Teabing: Correct! Now the kast and most grave of inquiries. In which year did a Harvard honor student outrow an Oxford student at Henley?
Robert Langdon: [Reluctantly] Surely such a travesty has never occurred.
Robert Langdon: [during a very bumpy ride in a jeep] Jesus!
Sir Leigh Teabing: Apropos.
The Holy Grail 'neath ancient Rosslyn waits / The blade and chalice watch o'er her gates / Adorned by masters loving art she lies / As she rests beneath the starry skies.
Robert Langdon: The ancient male symbol was the blade, it's a basic phallus. It's still used today on military uniforms.
Sir Leigh Teabing: Yes, and the more penises you have, the higher your rank. Boys will be boys!
So dark the con of man...
Sir Leigh Teabing: And this is from the gospel of Mary Magdalene herself.
Sophie Neveu: She wrote a gospel?
Robert Langdon: She may have.
Sir Leigh Teabing: Robert, will you fight fair?
Robert Langdon: She *may* have.
Sophie Neveu: It's a cryptex. Da Vinci's design. Sauniere made me one for my birthday once.
Robert Langdon: My grandfather got me a wagon.
What really matters is what you believe.
Robert Langdon: It's an old wives' tale.
Sir Leigh Teabing: The original one, in fact!