Suze: Fluent in Finnish?
Rebecca Bloomwood: Everyone has fudged their resume a little.

Don't you think it's ironic that Rebecca Bloomwood is advising people on how to handle money.


Denny & George Clerk: Declined.
Rebecca Bloomwood: Can you try again?
Denny & George Clerk: Really Declined.

Your mother and I think that if the American economy can be billions in debt and still survive, so can you.

Graham Bloomwood

Italian Reporter: [after the Pope's ring has been stolen] Mr. Pepperidge, was the Dream Team asleep when the theft occurred?
Pepperidge: No comment.
Italian Reporter: Do you think they will recover the ring?
Pepperidge: If I give a comment, when I said 'no comment.' I would look like a complete ass, wouldn't I?

Kenji: Have we decided on lunch?
Insp. Jacques Clouseau: I'm sure you'll be wanting sushi, my little yellow friend!

Oh you are going to love him, and by love I mean cower in terror from.


Dustfinger: His name's Gwin. And I know he looks charming, but you know what they say about books and covers.
Meggie Folchart: Yes, I do. And I also know what they say about talking to strangers. Excuse me.
Dustfinger: But I'm no stranger, Meggie.

I don't want to go back into my stinking book.


Since the dawn of time, storytellers have enchanted audiences with their words. But there is an even rarer gift. There are those, who by reading out loud, can bring characters to life. Out of books and into our world. Most of these Silvertongues, as they are know prefer to keep their skills a secret but some do not even know this gift is theirs, until it is too late.


Capricorn: What's that sticky stuff called?
Basta: Duct tape.
Capricorn: Yes, duct tape. I love duct tape.

Dr. John Watson: Holmes, does your depravity know no bounds?
Sherlock Holmes: No.

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