I, Robot

I, Robot quotes

50 total quotes (ID: 852)

Detective Del Spooner
Dr. Alfred Lanning
Lt. John Bergin
Other
Sonny
Susan Calvin
VIKI


Thank you... you said "someone", not "something.", [when Del Spooner was saying "'Someone' in your position"]


NS-5 Robots: [Jumps on car and breaks windscreen] You are experiencing a car accident.
Detective Del Spooner: The hell I am! [draws gun and shoots NS-5 several times, knocking it off the car]

[to the head of USR] You are crazy. Look, this is not what I do but, I have an idea for one of your commercials: You could see a carpenter, makin' a beautiful chair, and then one of your robots comes in, and makes a better chair, twice as fast. An then you super-impose on the screen: "USR. Shittin' on the little guy." That would be the fade out.

Susan Calvin: (to a field of NS-5s) Attention NS-5s! (all come on-line)
Detective Del Spooner: Oh yeah, you're the robot shrink.
Susan Calvin: There is a robot in this formation that does not belong. Identify it.
NS-5s: One of us.
Susan Calvin: Which one?
NS-5s: One of us.
Detective Del Spooner: How much did you say these things cost?

Susan Calvin: Do you ever have a normal day?
Detective Del Spooner: Yeah. Once. It was a Thursday.

Susan Calvin: [after Detective Spooner was just in a house being demolished] What happened?
Detective Spooner: Cats.
Susan Calvin: Wait, what?
Detective Spooner: Cats. Do you like them?
Susan Calvin: What? No, I'm allergic. Why?
Detective Spooner: Because I have a cat, in my trunk, and he's homeless.
Susan Calvin: Wait, are you saying cats did this to you?
Detective Spooner: [looks at her incredulously] How the hell would cats do this to me?

Robots building robots? Now that's just stupid.

I see you still remain suspicious of me detective [while Del Spooner had his hand on the gun in his jacket]

Does believing you're the last sane man on the planet make you crazy? 'Cause if it does, maybe I am.

[to Calvin] You are the dumbest smart person I have EVER met in my life.

[To Del Spooner] Can you?

[Talking to Robertson, describing himself] That's right, I'm just a 6 foot 2, 200 pound civilian... here to kick another civilian's ass.

First off, stop cussin', 'cause you're not good at it. Bitch.

[to Spooner] You're living proof that it is better to be lucky than smart.

[two USR trucks surround Spooner's car and open up, revealing numerous NS-5s] There is no way my luck is that bad. [The robots activate and stare at him] Aw, HELL NO!