The Big O
Movie Quote Quiz

Alex Rosewater: This world has a New Order now! It has a new God.

Roger Smith: People are not ruled by their memories.

Roger Smith: Norman must be senile. How else could he possibly confuse an android for a woman?
R. Dorothy Wayneright: You couldn't tell the difference at first, either.
Roger Smith: Er - it was dark! I couldn't see in that dump.

Alan Gabriel: Destroying pretty dolls is always entertaining. But it'll be so difficult to match the pleasure I'll get, from destroying a work of art like you.

R. Dorothy Wayneright: Aren't you cold?
Roger Smith: Oh, hello, Dorothy. Are you now worried about my health?
R. Dorothy Wayneright: Not really.

Roger Smith: Well, I do have some household rules, Dorothy, and while living here you're obligated to observe every one of them.
R. Dorothy Wayneright: What kind of rules?
Roger Smith: The first one is a rule that even I follow. If you stay here, then you wear black.
R. Dorothy Wayneright: Your sense of fashion, Roger... really reeks.

Roger Smith: You have to use your pent-up energy to fight through the harshness of reality.
R. Dorothy Wayneright: Pardon?
Roger Smith: That's Roger Smith's Rule Number Two.

Schwarzwald: I've lived my life as a newspaper reporter. I uncover the truth and write my articles. But then I learned, all too well, that a mere reporter like myself can't ever get to the truth in this city... it's nearly impossible. And it's unsure! No one here is even interested in learning the truth - a truth that must be known. But I want to know! I want to learn what must be known.

Roger Smith: We have choices. Some people like to stand in the rain without an umbrella. That's what it means to live free.

R. Dorothy Wayneright: You're a louse, Roger Smith.
Roger Smith: Well, that's a first. I'm used to human women saying that to me.

Roger Smith: Big O! And action.

Beck Gold: Worried about your robot lover?
Roger Smith: Don't be ridiculous, Beck, that's physically impossible.
R. Dorothy Wayneright: What do you mean "impossible"? You're so cruel, Roger Smith, you're so cruel.

R. Dorothy Wayneright: What exactly are you? A human? An android just like me? I'm unable to determine what you are.
Alan Gabriel: I'm the boogeyman.

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