[to Peter] Do not get me into trouble.

Gwen Stacy

Peter Parker: Watch out!
May Parker: That's a fly, Peter.

Philip Stacy: Did you catch that spider guy yet?
George Stacy: No, we didn't catch him yet. But we will. An amateur who's assaulting civilians in the dead of night. He's clumsy, he leaves clues, but he's still dangerous.
Peter Parker: He's assault - He's assaulting people? I'm not sure. I mean, I saw that video with him and the car thief and I think most people would say he was providing a public service.
George Stacy: Most people would be wrong. If I wanted the car thief off the street, he'd already be off the street.
Peter Parker: So, why wasn't he, then?

Peter Parker: I got to stop him, though. I have to because I created him.
Gwen Stacy: What do you mean?
Peter Parker: I gave him an equation... that made all of this possible. Something my father had been working on, you know. Secretly. Now I realize why he kept it a secret. Point is, this is my responsibility. I have to fix it.

Dr. Curt Connors: Did you know there's rumor of a new species in New York? Beautiful but quite large.
Peter Parker: What do you know about it? Have you seen it?
Dr. Curt Connors: No, it's not yet classified. But it can be aggressive... if threatened.

You're a wanted man, Peter Parker.

Gwen Stacy

Miss Ritter: Peter, don't make promises you can't keep.
Peter Parker: But those are the best kind.

Jack's Father: Who are you?
Spider-Man: Spider-Man.

Uh-oh. Somebody's been a bad lizard.


Gwen Stacy: No, Dad, I do not want cocoa. Honestly, I'm 17 years old.
George Stacy: Okay. I just thought I remembered somebody saying last week that her fantasy was to live in a chocolate house.
Gwen Stacy: Well, that's impractical.
Gwen Stacy: And fattening.
Peter Parker: Chocolate house.

I thought it was great what you did out there. Stupid, but great.

Gwen Stacy

Oh. You saw a video on the Internet? Well, then the case is closed.

George Stacy

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