Finding Nemo

Gill: All drains lead to the ocean.

Gill: From this moment on, you shall now be known as Sharkbait.

BloatGurgleBubbles: Sharkbait! Hoo ha ha!

Gill: Welcome, Brother Sharkbait!

BloatGurgleBubbles: Sharkbait! Hoo ha ha!

Gill: Enough with the Sharkbait.

Gurgle: Sharkbait! Hoo... bop pa doo.

Gill: [Catches Nemo staring at his broken fin] My first escape. Landed on dentist tools. I was aiming for the toilet.

Nemo: The toilet?

Gill: All drains lead to the ocean, kid.

Nemo: Wow. How may times have you tried to get out?

Gill: Ah, I lost count.

Gill: To the top of Mount Wanna-hock-a-loogie!

Gill: You see that filter?

Nemo: Yeah.

Gill: You're the only one small enough to get in and out of that thing. All you have to do swim inside, jam a pebble in the fan, and swim out. Once you do that, this tank is going to get filthier and filthier, and the dentist will have no choice but to clean the tank himself. He'll put us in individual baggies, then we roll out the window, down to the ground, across the street, and into the ocean. It's foolproof!

Marlin: ...and the sea cucumber turns to the mollusk and says, "With fronds like these, who needs anemones?"

[Everyone laughs]

Marlin: Crush, wait. How old are you?

Crush: Hundred and fifty, and still young, dude. Rock on.

Marlin: Dory there's no way out!

[Bruce bangs on the door]

Dory: Hello?

Marlin: Dory, help me find a way out!

Dory: Sorry, can't help you, trying to escape!

Marlin: Dory, what are we going to do?

Dory: Hey look here, "es-ca-pe!" Its funny, it's spelled just like the word escape...

Marlin: Hey. Guess what?

Nemo: What?

Marlin: Sea turtles? I met one, and he was a hundred and fifty years old.

Nemo: Hundred and fifty?

Marlin: Yup.

Nemo: Oh. 'Cause Sandy Plankton said that they only live to be a hundred.

Marlin: Sandy Plankton? You think I would travel the whole ocean and not know as much as Sandy Plankton? He was a hundred and fifty, not a hundred!

Marlin: I can't afford any more delays and you're one of those fish that causes delays. Sometimes it's a good thing. There's a whole group of fish . They're delay fish.

Dory: You mean...

[whimpers]

Dory: . You mean you don't like me?

Marlin: No, of course I like you. It's because I like you I don't want to be with you. It's a complicated emotion.