Rameses: I will not be the weak link.
Miriam: Moses, hear what I say. I have been a slave all my life. And God has never answered my prayers until now. God saved you from the river, He saved you in all your wanderings, and even now, He saves you from the wrath of Pharaoh. God will not abandon you. So don't you abandon us.
Miriam: There can be miracles, when you believe Though hope is frail, it's hard to kill Who knows what miracles you can achieve When you believe, somehow you will You will when you believe.
Rameses: I will not be dictated to, I will not be threatened. I am the morning and evening star, I am Pharaoh.
Rameses: Tell me this Moses, tell me this: why is it that every time you start something, I'm the one who ends up in trouble?
Seti: Why do the gods torment me with such reckless, destructive, blasphemous sons?
Rameses: Father, hear what I say.
Seti: Be still! Pharaoh speaks. I seek to build an empire, and your only thought is to amuse yourselves by tearing it down! Have I taught you nothing?
Hotep: Don't be so hard on yourself, your highness. You're an excellent teacher.
Huy: It isn't your fault your sons learned nothing.
Hotep: Well, they learned blasphemy.
Hotep: You're playing with the big boys now.
Huy: Playing with the big boys now.
Hotep: Oh that's pretty.
Aaron: Miriam, do you want us flogged?
Tzipporah: Look. Look at your people, Moses. They are free.
Rameses: And there shall be a great cry in all of Egypt, such as there never has been or ever will be again.
Rameses: Tell your people from this day forward, their work load has been doubled, thanks to your God. Or is it thanks... to you?
Jethro: When all you've got is nothing, there's a lot to go around.