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Hercules

Hercules quotes

63 total quotes

Hades
Hercules
Meg
Other
Phil
The Narrator and the Muses


View Quote "It takes more than sinew, comes down to what's in you, you'll have to continue to gro-o-ow! Now that's more like it!..." --One Last Hope
View Quote Hades: Ladies! Hah. I am so sorry that I'm...
Fate 1, Fate 2, Fate 3: Late.
Fate 1: We knew you would be.
Fate 2: We know everything.
Fate 1: Past.
Fate 2: Present.
Fate 3: And future. [aside, to Panic] Indoor plumbing. It's gonna be big.
View Quote Hades: Meg, my little flower, my little bird, my little nut Meg. What exactly happened here? I thought you were gonna persuade the River Guardian to join my team for the uprising, and now here I am, kind of River Guardian-less.
Meg: I gave it my best shot, but me made me an offer I had to refuse.
View Quote Hades: So you took care of him, huh? Dead as a doornail. Weren't those your exact words?
Pain: This might be a different Hercules.
Panic: Yeah! I mean, Hercules is a very popular name nowadays!
Pain: Remember, like, a few years ago, every other boy was named Jason, and the girls were all named Brittany?!
View Quote Hercules: Aren't you, a damsel in distress?
Meg: I'm a damsel. I'm in distress. I can handle this. Have a nice day.
View Quote Hercules: Meg, when I'm with you, I-I don't feel so alone.
Meg: Sometimes it's better to be alone.
Hercules: What do you mean?
Meg: Nobody can hurt you.
View Quote Hercules: People are... are gonna get hurt, aren't they?
Hades: Nah! I mean, it's, you know, it's a possibility. It happens 'cause, you know, it's war, but what can I tell ya. Anyway, what do you owe these people, huh?
View Quote Hercules: You like making deals. Take me in Meg's place.
Hades: Oh, hmph. The son of my hated rival trapped forever in a river of death.
Hercules: Going once!
Hades: Hmm? Is there a downside to this?
Hercules: Going twice!
Hades: Okay, okay, okay, okay, okay! You get her out. She goes, you stay.
[Hercules dives in to save Meg]
Hades: Oh, you know what slipped my mind? You'll be dead before you can get to her. That's not a problem, is it?
View Quote Hermes: Fabulous party. You know, I haven't seen this much love in a room since Narcissus discovered himself.
Calliope: From that day forward, our boy Hercules could do no wrong. He was so hot, steam looked cool.
Thebians: "All we need now is a plague of locusts." (locust croaks) "That's it. I'm moving to Sparta!"
Hermes: Uh, Hephaestus has been captured, my lord. Everyone's been captured. (Pain and Panic grab him) Ah! I've been captured! Hey, watch the glasses.
Boy: Nice goin', Jerk-ules.
Boy: Call I X I I!!!
View Quote Meg: Hercules, look out! [shoves him aside, the pillar falling on top of her]
Hercules: Meg! NOOOOOOO!!!!
[rushes over and begins to lift the pillar off of her, his strength suddenly returning as he holds it over his head] Hercules: What's happening?
Meg: H-hades deal is broken... (gasps in pain)He promised I wouldn't get hurt...
Hercules: [takes Meg into his arms] Meg, why did you...?
Meg: People always do crazy things...(groans)when they're in love.
Hercules: M-Meg... I...
Meg [wryly]: Are you... always this articulate?
View Quote Meg: Is Wonderboy here for real?
Phil: What are you talkin' about? Of course he's real. Whoa! And by the way, sweet-cheeks, I'm real too.
View Quote Narrator: Long ago, in the far away land of ancient Greece, there was a golden age of powerful gods and extrodinay heroes. And the greatest and strongest of all these heroes... was the mighty Hercules. But what is the measure of a true hero? Now that is where our story--
Muse: Would you listen to him?!
Muse 2: He's making the story sound like some Greek tradgedy!
Muse 3: Lighten up, dude!
Muse 4: We'll take it from here, darling.
Narrator: You go, girls.
View Quote Panic: He's not gonna be happy when he gets outta there.
Pain: You mean if he gets out of there.
Panic: If? "If" is good.
View Quote Panic: Hercules. Why does that name ring a bell?
Pain: I don't know. Um, maybe we owe him money?
View Quote Zeus: So, Hades, you finally made it. How are things in the underworld?
Hades: Well, they're just fine. You know, a little dark, a little gloomy. And, as always, hey, full of dead people. What are you gonna do?