Louis: You sure this is the right blind voodoo lady who lives in the boat in the tree in the bayou?
Ray: Pretty sure.

Don't stand in the way of my actualization as a man.

Lotte Schwartz

Isabella Swan: You've got to give me some answers.
Edward Cullen: I'd rather hear your theories.
Isabella Swan: I have considered radioactive spiders and kryptonite.
Edward Cullen: That's all superhero stuff, right? What if I'm not the hero? What if I'm... the bad guy?

I wanna hug yo' face!

Toy #2

James: You're alone...because you're faster than the others. But not stronger...
Edward Cullen: I'm strong enough to kill you.

Never lose focus.

Jasper Hale

I know the consequences of the choices you're making. After a few decades, everyone you know will be dead.

Edward Cullen

Never go for the obvious kill. They'll be expecting that. And you, will lose.

Jasper Hale

Edward Cullen: What did you expect? Coffins and dungeons and moats?
Isabella Swan: No, not the moats.
Edward Cullen: Not the moats.

Princess Tiana: [while standing on the balcony, she sees a wishing star]
[sighs]
Princess Tiana: I can't believe that I'm doing this.
[looks up]
Princess Tiana: Please... Please... Please
[looks down and sees a frog sitting on the balcony]
Princess Tiana: Oh, very funny. So, what now? I reckon you want a kiss?
Prince Naveen: Kissing would be nice, yes?
[Tiana screams and backs into Charlotte's room]
Prince Naveen: I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to scare you.
[sees Tiana about to launch stuffed animals at him]
Prince Naveen: Wait, wait, wait, hold on.
[Tiana starts throwing the stuffed animals at him]
Prince Naveen: You know, you have a very strong arm, princess. Wait, please! Put the monkey down.
[Tiana throws a stuffed monkey at him]
Princess Tiana: [lifts up a book] Stay back, or I'll... I'll...
Prince Naveen: Please, please
[hops ontop of a table]
Prince Naveen: , allow me to introduce myself: I am Prince Naveen
[Tiana squashes him]
Prince Naveen: ... of Maldonia.
Princess Tiana: A prince? But I didn't wish for any... Hold on, if you're the prince, then WHO was that waltzing with Lotte on the dance floor?
Prince Naveen: The only thing I know, is that one minute I am a prince, charming and handsome, cutting-a-rug, and the next thing I know
[trips over his feet]
Prince Naveen: ... I am tripping over these
[points to his feet and Tiana lifts the book again]
Prince Naveen: Wait, wait
[catches sight of the book's title]
Prince Naveen: Wait a moment, I know this story! The Froggie Printo!
Princess Tiana: [hands the book to Naveen] The Frog Prince?
Prince Naveen: Yes, my mother had the servants read this to me every night.
[begins to flip back and forth between the last two pages of the book]
Prince Naveen: Yes, yes, this is exactly the answer! You must kiss me!
Princess Tiana: Excuse me?
Prince Naveen: You will enjoy it, I guarantee. All women enjoy the kiss of Prince Naveen. Come, we pucker.
[his throat bulges out and then returns to normal]
Prince Naveen: That's new.
Princess Tiana: Look, I'm sorry. I'd really like to help you, but I DO NOT kiss frogs.
Prince Naveen: But on the balcony, you ask me.
Princess Tiana: I didn't expect you to answer!
Prince Naveen: Oh, but you must kiss me. Look, besides being unbelievably handsome, I come from a fabulously wealthy family. Surely, I can offer you some reward or a wish that I could grant, perhaps?
Princess Tiana: [reluctantly] Just one kiss?
Prince Naveen: Just one. Unless you beg for more
[licks lips]
Princess Tiana: [they lean in to kiss, but Tiana flips at the last second]
[sighs]
Princess Tiana: All right, all right. Get it together, Tiana.
[she turns around quickly and kisses Naveen]
Prince Naveen: [lets out a dissapointing sigh, upon realizing that he is still a frog]
[he looks down and gasps in horror]
Prince Naveen: [speaks Maldonian]
Princess Tiana: [gazes up at the table] Well, you don't look any different. But how did you get way up there? And how did I get way down here, in all this.
[sees her hands are webbed. She looks in the mirror, sees she is a frog, and screams]

A philosopher once asked, "Are we human because we gaze at the stars, or do we gaze at them because we are human?" Pointless, really...”Do the stars gaze back?" Now *that's* a question.

Narrator

It's crushing you, from the inside out.

Edward

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