Why do we fall sir? So that we can learn to pick ourselves up.
~ Alfred encouraging Bruce right after Wayne Manor is burn to the ground.

A Hero's Voice of Reason is something that motivates the hero or heroine. Usually in stories the Hero's Voice of Reason is a supporting character or someone that the hero or heroine is close to that comes to the him or her for encouragement. Most of the time it happens when the hero or heroine is down on his or her luck. Additionally it comes to times where the hero or someone their close to is in despair and already losing hope within them or those who are struggling with the strength to keep moving forward. The people will offer words of encouragement and assurance that is most likely to soothe the unease within that person. It is a version of Negativity turned Positivity but prior to the heroine or hero becoming more optimistic or regaing their optimism.


  • Woody encouraging Buzz to accept the fact he's a toy.
  • The Spirit of Mufasa encouraging Simba to return to Pride Rock to take his place as king.
  • Hinata Hyuga encouraging Naruto not to let Neji's death destroy him for who he is.
  • Green Arrow from Justice League Unlimited encourages the original founders not to step down by telling them the importance about their role in the Justice League.
  • Master Splinter encouraging Raphael to overcome his anger by being with him.
  • Vector Prime encouraging Optimus Prime not to let Galvatron's tauntings damage his esteem as a leader.
  • Artie convinces Hook and the other villains to give up their evil ways by saying what Shrek told him: Just because you may be treated like a loser, or a villain, it doesn't mean you are one.
  • Gosalyn Mallard and Launchpad McQuack encourage Darkwing Duck to pull himself together and go save the captured Justice Ducks from the Fearsome Five.
  • Azmuth encouraging Ben Tennyson not let the loss of Feedback define him, but rather grow from that loss.
  • Ashi reminding Jack about the innocent people he has saved and how he has regained hope in them, which successfully regained his confidence and prevented him from committing seppuku.
  • Madison Rocca telling Nick that he is the team's leader and that he will not give up.
  • Olivia and Dawson encourage Basil to help Olivia find her father even if it killed her in search of her father.
  • Hogarth Hughes telling the Iron Giant that guns kill and he doesn't have to be a gun as he is what he chooses to be.
  • Kyle Broflovski acts like the voice of reason to Stan and Kenny sometimes Cartman.


Simba. (Simba: Father?) (A giant shadow of Mufasa's Ghost appears in the clouds through Simba's vision) Simba, you have forgotten me. (Simba: No. How could I?) You've forgotten who you are, so you have forgotten me. Look inside yourself Simba. You are more than what you have become. You must take your place in the Circle of Life. (Simba doubting himself: How can I go back? I'm not who I use to be.) Remember who you are. You are my son and the one true king. Remember who you are.
~ Mufasa's Ghost encouraging Simba to return to Pride Rock and take his place as king.

(Julius: DAVID! WHAT ARE YOU DOING?) I'm making a mess! (Julius: Yeah, this I can see.) We gotta burn the rainforest, dump toxic waste, pollute the air and rip up the ozone! Because maybe if we screw this planet up enough- (he suddenly collapses, drunk) ...they won't want it anymore. (Julius (rushes forward to help) David! Don't do this to yourself. Listen to me, listen to me.) I'm listening. (Julius: Everyone loses faith at some point in their lives (takes a bottle from David's hands) Even myself. I haven't spoken to God since your mother died. You see, sometimes, we have to remember what we still have.) Like what? (Julius: still have your health. Come on, David, you need your rest. Come on, get off this freezing concrete floor before you catch cold. Come on.) What did you just say? (Julius: What, about faith? Well, you see, a man can live his entire life-) No, the other part. (Julius: What? I don't want you to catch cold. (pause) What is it, what's the matter.) Genius. (Julius: Genius?) My dad, a total genius.
~ Julius Levinson convincing his son, David, to never lose faith, and unintentionally giving him an idea in the process.

Good morning. In less than an hour, aircraft from here will join others from around the world, and you will be launching the largest aerial battle in the history of mankind. Mankind. That word should have new meaning for all of us today. We can't be consumed by our petty differences anymore. We will be united in our common interests. Perhaps it's fate that today is the Fourth of July, and you will once again be fighting for our freedom. Not from tyranny, oppression, or persecution… but from annihilation. We're fighting for our right to live. To exist. And should we win the day, the Fourth of July will no longer be known as an American holiday, but as the day when the world declared in one voice: We will not go quietly into the night! We will not vanish without a fight! We're going to live on! We're going to survive! Today we celebrate our Independence Day!
~ President Thomas Whitmore giving a powerful speech to his new comrades.

Good evening, London. Allow me first to apologize for this interruption. I do, like many of you, appreciate the comfort of everyday routine, the security of the familiar, the tranquility of repetition. I enjoy them as much as any bloke. But in the spirit of commemoration, whereupon important events of the past, usually associated with someone's death or the end of some awful bloody struggle, are celebrated with a nice holiday, I thought we could mark this November the 5th, a day that is sadly no longer remembered, by taking some time out of our daily lives to sit down and have a little chat. There are, of course, those who do not want us to speak. I suspect even now, orders are being shouted into telephones, and men with guns will soon be on their way. Why? Because while the truncheon may be used in lieu of conversation, words will always retain their power. Words offer the means to meaning, and for those who will listen, the enunciation of truth. And the truth is, there is something terribly wrong with this country, isn't there? Cruelty and injustice, intolerance and oppression. And where once you had the freedom to object, to think and speak as you saw fit, you now have censors and systems of surveillance coercing your conformity and soliciting your submission. How did this happen? Who's to blame? Well, certainly, there are those who are more responsible than others, and they will be held accountable. But again, truth be told, if you're looking for the guilty, you need only look into a mirror. I know why you did it. I know you were afraid. Who wouldn't be? War, terror, disease. They were a myriad of problems which conspired to corrupt your reason and rob you of your common sense. Fear got the best of you, and in your panic you turned to the now high chancellor, Adam Sutler. He promised you order, he promised you peace, and all he demanded in return was your silent, obedient consent. Last night, I sought to end that silence. Last night, I destroyed the Old Bailey to remind this country of what it has forgotten. More than four hundred years ago, a great citizen wished to embed the fifth of November forever in our memory. His hope was to remind the world that fairness, justice, and freedom are more than words, they are perspectives. So if you've seen nothing, if the crimes of this government remain unknown to you, then I would suggest that you allow the fifth of November to pass unmarked. But if you see what I see, if you feel as I feel, and if you would seek as I seek, then I ask you to stand beside me, one year from tonight, outside the gates of Parliament, and together we shall give them a fifth of November that shall never, ever be forgot."
~ V giving a pre-recorded speech to the people of England, convincing them to rise up against their government

We are not losing one more of these civilians, understand? (Lockett: You getting us out, too, staff sergeant? Or are we expendable?) (Nantz marches up to Lockett.) All right, Lockett. You want to go there, let's go there. I commanded men, and men died. Kids, 19 years old, the best Marines I ever led. Do you think for one second that I wouldn't rather trade places with them? I know you think I got my men killed. They're dead. I'm here. Like the punch line to some bad joke. You think I like that? You think that a minute goes by that those faces aren't right here, seared into my brain? Dante, Thomas T. Corporal. 1-5-6-5-0-9-3-8-6. Ambruster, William R. Private. 8-7-6-6-6-2-3-5-4. Wharton, Jeffery H. Lance Corporal. 8-7-4-2-7-3-9-9-3. Lockett...Duane G. Corporal. 1-5-6-8-7-0-9... (Lockett: 5-5.) Your brother was an outstanding Marine. He was my friend. And I miss him every day. And you remind me of him. But none of that matters right now. Because our duty is to keep moving forward, to keep fighting. That's how we honour your brother, and Lieutenant Martinez, Corporal Stavrou, Lance Corporal Motolla...Hector's father, who picked up a rifle and did what needed to be done. A civilian did that. So we'd better dang well step it up. Discard any lingering doubt. Work fast, work as a unit and we will prevail. Let's figure out how we're going to get out of this mess. Imlay, you come with me. We need to get to higher ground. The rest of you, find some ammo and some vehicles. There's got to be a few LAVs or armoured Humvees still operational.
~ Staff Sergeant Nantz urging his platoon to work together and keep fighting to honour and avenge their fallen comrades.

Everything you've heard about me is true. I lost my family, my job...I'm an alcoholic. My daughter was diagnosed with acute leukemia at the age of five, and I spent my time at work, instead of at home, looking after her, because I was afraid of watching her die! I'm not a good father. I'm not a good man. But I'm not hijacking this plane. I'm trying to save it. And I WILL save it if you work with me.
~ Bill Marks convincing the plane's passengers that he's not their hijacker, and that they should work with him to survive.

You all right? (Scarlett: Yeah, I'm fine. I didn't want anyone to see me like this.) Why? (Scarlett: I don't know. All the men we lost, General Hawk wounded, my neck just doesn't seem that important.) Hey. You almost lost your life out there. You have a reason to be concerned. (Scarlett: First fight I lost since I was a kid. My father taught me to win.) Look, I don't see how you could teach anybody to win everything every time. I mean, look at you. You're still here, right? You get knocked down, you get back up. Maybe that's what he wanted you to learn. But then again, there'd be an emotional response. (starts imitating General Hawk) One that can't be explained or quantified. (they both laugh)
~ Ripcord convincing Scarlett to get over her pain.

(Brenner is stuck on a platform, with barrels going in every direction around him.) I can't do this! There's no pattern! (Matty: Pretend you're the guy and you don't want to die!) I don't want to die! I COULDN'T EVEN BEAT EDDIE PLANT! (Matty: Eddie Plant's a cheater! That's why he was so good in New York, he used cheat codes! He did the same thing to you when you were kids! You know what that means, right?) (Brenner thinks for a moment and realises this.) I'm the Donkey Kong champion of the world. (Van Patten: And the Donkey Kong champion of the world doesn't need patterns.) Reset button!
~ Sam Brenner realising he was the Donkey Kong world champion the whole time.

I've risked everything. My entire life's work... (Passepartout: For something you believe in. Nothing could make more sense than that, sir. (Fogg smiles for a moment.) You're an honourable man, Passepartout, but I'm afraid this was a calamitous lapse of judgement. (Passepartout: (turns around and sees a painting.) Mr Fogg, maybe we should let your family-) There is no-one left to tell. This house and my inventions are all I have. (Passepartout: And a brave new French valet that will help you make it around the world in 80 days,) You really believe we can succeed? (Passepartout: Yes.) Yes! Yes...You're mad, we'll be sliced to pieces before we reach India.
~ Phileas Fogg coming to believe he and Passepartout can succeed in his bet.

(Monique: Come on, let's catch the next ship.) It will never reach London in time. (Everyone falls silent in sadness for a moment.) (Passepartout: No, no, no, WE ARE NOT GIVING UP! I ALMOST DIED, YOU ALMOST DIED! WE WILL CATCH THE NEXT SHIP AND WIN THAT BET!) (Phileas holds out his rulebook, which Passepartout takes.) Alright, let's go. (they walk out of the workshop.)
~ Phileas Fogg, Passepartout and Monique La Roche deciding to continue their round-the-world race just after their battle in New York City.

Psst!, Psst! Hey, Buzz! (Buzz doesn't respond as he is still depressed discovering that he is a toy and Woody picks up a stray washer from the desktop and throws it at Buzz's helmet and Buzz looks at Woody) Hey! Get over here and see if you can get this tool box off me. (Buzz looks away from Woody) Oh, come on, Buzz. I... Buzz, I can't do this without you. I need your help. (Buzz Lightyear (still depressed): I can't help. I can't help anyone.) Why, sure you can, Buzz. You can get me out of here and then I'll get that rocket off you, and we'll make a break for Andy's house. (Buzz Lightyear: Andy's house. Sid's house. What's the difference?) Oh, Buzz, you've had a big fall. You must not be thinking clearly. (Buzz Lightyear: No, Woody, for the first time I am thinking clearly. You were right all along. I'm not a Space Ranger. I'm just a toy. A stupid, little, insignificant toy.) Whoa, hey wait a minute. Being a toy is a lot better than being a Space Ranger. (Buzz Lightyear: Yeah, right.) No, it is. Look, over in that house is a kid who thinks you are the greatest, and it's not because you're a Space Ranger, pal, it's because you're a toy! You are his toy. (Buzz Lightyear: But why would Andy want me?) Why would Andy want you? Look at you, you're a Buzz Lightyear. Any other toy would give up his moving parts just to be you. You've got wings, you glow in the dark, you talk, your helmet does that... that whoosh thing. You are a cool toy. (Woody pauses and becomes depressed too) As a matter of fact, you're too cool. I mean... I mean what chance does a toy like me have against a Buzz Lightyear action figure? All I can do is... (Woody pulls his pull-string) (Voice Box: There's a snake in my boot.) Why would Andy ever want to play with me, when he's got you? I'm the one that should be strapped to that rocket. (Woody becomes dejected against the crate and Buzz sees the signature "ANDY" on the bottom of his foot and discovers that maybe being a toy is a lot better than being a space ranger and looks back at Woody while Woody is still dejected) Listen Buzz, forget about me. You should get out of here while you can. (Woody turns around, but Buzz is gone and Woody discovers that the milkcrate is shaking and discovers that Buzz has finally took Woody's advice about being the importance of Andy's toy as he is on the milkcrate, trying to push the tool box off, so he and Woody can escape) Buzz!! What are you doing? I thought you were- (Buzz Lightyear: Come on, Sheriff. There's a kid over in that house who needs us. Now let's get you out of this thing.) Yes Sir! (Woody puts his hat back on as he and Buzz push the milkcrate and the toolbox together) Come on, Buzz! We can do it!
~ Woody tells Buzz of what it means to be a toy

Charles. (Young Charles: Charles.) [Old Charles nods] (Young Charles: So this is what becomes of us? Erik is right. Humanity does this to us.) Not if we show them a better path. (Young Charles: You still believe?) Just because someone stumbles or loses their way it doesn't mean they are lost forever. Sometimes we all need a little help. (Young Charles: Oh, I'm not the man I was. I opened my mind, and it almost overwhelms me.) You're afraid, and Cerebro knows it. (Young Charles: All those voices.... so.... much.... pain.) It's not their pain you're afraid of. It's yours, Charles. And as frightening as it may be, their pain will make you stronger. If you allow yourself to feel it, embrace it, it will make you more powerful than you ever imagine. It's the greatest gift we have. To bare their pain without breaking, and it's born from the most human power: hope. Please Charles, we need you to hope again.
~ Charles Xavier from the future encouraging his younger self from the past to never lose hope

[Raphael steps inside his home and hang his jacket.] Raphael. [Light up a match] Come sit by me. (Raphael: Couldn't this wait till morning?) You will listen, now! [Raphaels approach Splinter and sits right next to him as he places the match on the candle.] My master Yoshi's first rule was, "Possess the right thinking." Only then can one receive the gift of strength, knowledge and piece. (turns Raphael's face towards him) I have tried to channel your anger Raphael, but more remains. Anger clouds the mind, turn inward, it is an unconquerable enemy. You are unique among your brothers, for you choose to face this enemy alone, but as you face it, do not forget them and do not forget me. (placing his hand on Raphael's head) I am here, my son.
~ Splinter encouraging Raphael to overcome his anger

(The Circus Bugs notice the very sad Flik) (Slim: Poor fellow.) (Francis: Hey, maybe we could cheer him up a bit.) (Heimlich: Don't worry, Flik. The circus life isn't so bad.) (Slim: Yes you can be part of our act. Watch this. [Francis slaps Slim and spins him] Slapstick! Get it? I'm a walking stick! [Flik turns away] Oh, never mind.) (Dot, in distance: Flik!) (Flik pricks up in surprise) Dot? (Dot: Flik! Wait! [flies into Flik's hands]) Dot? You're flying! What are you doing here?) (Dot, out of breath: You...have to come back. Hopper moved into the Anthill and his Gang's eating everything!) (Circus Bugs: [gasp in shock] Oh!/Oh, no!/Good heavens!!) (Dot: And I heard a grasshopper say that when their finished, Hopper's gonna squish my mom!) (Circus Bugs: Oh no!/Not the Queen!) (Rosie: Oh no! We've gotta do something!) (Slim: But what?) (Rosie: Think guys! Think!) (Gypsy: Oh I know! The bird!) (Slim: The bird! That's brilliant!) The bird won't work. (Francis: What are you talking about? It was your idea!) (Dot: But you said that everything-) Forget everything I ever told you, alright, Dot? Let's face it, the Colony is right. I just make things worse. That bird is a guaranteed failure... just like me. (Manny: You listen to me, my boy! I've made a living out of being a failure. And you sir, are NOT a failure!) (Rosie: Oh, but, Flik, you've done so many good things!) Oh, yeah? Okay, well show me me one thing I've done right. (Dim: Us.) (Manny: Dim is right, my boy. You have rekindled the long-dormant embers of purpose in our lives.) (Slim: And if it wasn't for you, Francis would've never gotten in touch with his feminine side.) (Francis: Oh, yeah?! You know what? He's right.) (Gypsy: Lt. Gypsy reporting for duty!) (Francis: Kid, say the word and we'll follow you into battle!) (Manny: We believe in you, my boy!) (Dot: Flik, please? [Flik hangs his head and turns away. Dot flies out and gets out a rock and puts it at Flik's feet.] Pretend this is a seed. Okay?) (Flik suddenly smiles) Thanks, Dot. (Flik and Dot hug each other.) (Francis: Hey, what's with the rock?) (Slim: Must be an ant thing.) All right, let's do it! (Rosie: That's the Flik we know and love!)
~ Dot getting Flik and the Circus Bugs' for help to stand up against Hopper. Flik stubbornly refuses and continues to mope until Dot cheers him up with the same philosophy he used on her earlier.

(Phil is headed toward a boat out of Thebes; Meg and Pegasus fly up to him) Phil! Phil, Hercules needs your help! (Phil: [stubbornly] What does he need me for when he's got friends like you?) He won't listen to me! (Phil: Good! He's finally learned something.) (Phil turns to leave, but Pegasus blocks his path.) (Meg is desperately near the verge of tears) Look, I know what I did was wrong, but this isn't about me, it's about him! If you don't help him now, Phil, he'll die! (Phil freezes like a ton of bricks)
~ Megara convincing Phil to return and help a weak Hercules

(Dave is hanging for his life on a fallen log, with crazy Zoe right by his feet) (Dave; Help me up!) (Zoe: Oh, help you up? Is that what I'm supposed to do now, Dave? All I had was my treasure and now it's gone! You get that?! My life is ruined! And now you're gonna know how that feels.) (Lowers her boot to his hand) (Dave: No! NO!) (Ian arrives) It's tempting to blame Dave. I know. I've been there. I wish I could take back all those years I spent plotting my revenge. All that time and energy, wasted. All those pizzas I had delivered to his house, wasted! (Dave (surprised): That was you?) Not now, Dave! Alright? You can let Dave fall to his death, and I could go back to the raft with the Chipmunks, become their manager again, and make tons of money, so really I'm good either way. But let me tell you something: Hate, anger, regret. Those aren't just members of a girl-group I once signed. They're what consumed me. And they're consuming you. It's not to late to do the right thing. (Zoe looks thoughtful) Or again. I'm good either way. so I don't wanna sway you. (Alvin sprints in) (Alvin: What are you guys doing?! Help me! Please! Help me save my dad!)
~ A fully redeemed Ian Hawke convincing Zoe to save Dave from falling off a fallen log.

(Stu picks up Tommy and takes him to his workshop. After setting him on the workbench, Stu gives Tommy a pocket watch.) We weren't gonna give you this until you were a little bit older, but, I think now's the right time. (hands Tommy a watch with a photo of him and Dil inside) Shiny, huh? And Grandpa Lou put your picture inside. I know it's hard, Tommy. You have a little brother now, and that's a big change. (Tommy puts down the watch) Uh, Dil can be pretty tough to get along with, huh? But sometimes little brothers, they aren't everything you'd hoped they'd be. (Stu opens a drawer, then pulls out a picture of himself and Drew, when they were kids) That's why big brothers have got to have faith. And one day, you'll see...he'll change. After all, you've got responsibility now. I know I can trust that you'll stick by Dil's side and be a swell big brother. (Tommy looks at the watch in his hands) (Tommy [thinking]: Sponsitilitiy...)
~ Stu Pickles giving Tommy a special pocket watchto show him the responsibility his son now has as a big brother.

(Moses sees a burning bush and a voice booms out) (God: Moses...Moses...] Here I am. (God: Take the sandals from your feet, for the place on which you stand is holy ground.) (Moses stands around in confusion) Who are you? (God: I Am that I Am.) I don't understand. (God: I am the God of your ancestors, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.) (Miriam (from Moses' mind): You are born of our mother, Yocheved! You are our brother!) (Moses quickly removes his sandals and throws them behind him.) What do you want with me? (God: I have seen the oppression of my people in Egypt, and have heard their cry. [sounds of screams and cracking whips] (Moses' Voice: Leave that man alone!) So I shall stretch forth my hand, and lead them out of Egypt, and deliver them into a good land. A land flowing with milk and honey. And so, unto Pharaoh, I shall send... you.) [Moses is utterly shocked] Me? W-who am I to lead these people? They'll never believe me, they won't even listen! (God: I shall teach you what to say. [Moses' voice disembodied: Let my people go!]) But I was their enemy. I-I was the Prince of Egypt, the son of the man who slaughtered... th-their children! You-You've chosen the wrong messenger! H-How can I even speak to these people? (God: WHO MADE MAN'S MOUTH?! WHO MADE THE DEAF, THE MUTE THE SEEING OR THE BLIND? DID NOT I?! NOW GO!) (Moses cowers in fear) (God (soothing, lifting Moses up): Oh, Moses, I shall be with you when you go to the king of Egypt. But Pharaoh will not listen. So I will stretch out my hand and smite Egypt with all my wonders! Take the staff in your hand, Moses. With it, you shall do my wonders! [whispering] I will be with you, Moses.)
~ God concinving Moses to return to Egypt and free the slaves.

[Hears Tarzan's angry yell.] That sounded like Tarzan. He sounded like-like he was in trouble. (Terk, selfishly: Yeah well, why doesn't he get his new friends to help him? I don't care.) [Gets really angry at Terk] THAT'S IT!! [grabs Terk with his trunk] I'VE HAD IT WITH YOU AND YOUR EMOTIONAL CONSTIPATION! TARZAN NEEDS US, AND WE'RE GONNA HELP HIM! YA GOT THAT?! Now pipe down and hang on tight! We've got a boat to catch.
~ Tantor calling Terk out on her selfishness when they hear Tarzan's cry for help, then he puts her on his back as they head to Tarzan's rescue.

No test can tell you how to live your life! A man like you, a man like me, we boldly go, and daringly do! Our heads are in the clouds, and our eyes are on the stars! Fill up your eyes with those stars, man! With every fill-up you get a free sports bike. Your future's out there, I tell ya! It's callin' to ya! And the future doesn't leave recorded messages by the way; you've got to BE THERE when she rings!
~ Darkwing Duck pep talk and encouragement to Mr. Meekles.

Quinn! Use it!
~ Denton Van Zan noticing Quinn Abercromby flashing back to his mother's death at the hands of the male dragon, and comvincing him to use it as a weapon.

(As the other kids continue arguing, Cindy approaches Jimmy's cell) Jimmy, you there? Look, don't listen to them. They're just scared. Are you OK? (Jimmy Neutron [sniffling]: Yeah. I-I'm f-fine.) Don't be so hard on yourself. We'll get out of this. (Jimmy continues to mope and cry) OK. So, you made a mistake. Beating yourself up isn't gonna fix anything. You know, I was the smartest kid in school until you came along. And I admit that you know more about some things than I do. But I know one thing that you don't seem to get! And that's that we're never getting outta here without you. So, why don't you buck up, mister, and put that big brain of yours back to work? Nick can handle the fighting stuff, but first we have to get out of this cell. (Jimmy Neutron: Um, Cindy, wh-why are you being so nice to me?) Because there's a bunch of kids in here that need you. And...I do too.
~ Cindy Vortex explaining Jimmy Neutron that he may have caused all the parents to be abducted by the Yolkians in the first place, but he's still the kids' only hope of escaping the dungeon.

Archer: Gorgonites, we must help Alan. Slamfist: But if we fight, we would lose. Freakenstein: Last time we fought, I woke up with AM/FM. Insaniac: I tell you, war is nuts, and I know what I'm talking about. Punch-It: We shouldn't fight, we should hide. Archer: If we hide, we will still lose. No more hiding.
~ Archer telling his fellow Gorgonites to stop hiding and save Alan from the Commando Elite.

Ben, Hope, I know you don't believe in modern medicine, but you do believe in the power of prayer. (Hope: That's right.) And through the years, when there was disease or infection, people of good faith would pray to God for a cure. (Ben: Yes. It's what we do.) Well, then isn't it possible that penicillin, vaccines and antibiotics are all actually answered prayers? [Hope and Ben look at each other.] And isn't it possible that the amazing men and women of medicine who brought about these miracles could be the instruments of God's answers to our prayers? (Peter: It's good so far, Lois. Try to work a few laughs in there if you can.) Look, I believe life is sacred. And I know you want Scotty to live a full life. [Peter laughs] And if that's true, then I think it's wrong for you to ignore what very well could be the Lord's will. I mean, what's the point in praying to God if you're just going to wipe your butt with his answers? [Hope and Ben are sad for a moment and then they come to realize that Lois is right.] Hope, Ben, please let God answer your prayers. Please let your son get help. [Hope and Ben look at each other then they hold hands.] (Ben: Well, I guess through the Lord's will, anything is possible.) [They let go of their hands and Ben puts his hand on his wife's shoulder, Hope smiles.] (Ben: All right, Lois. Scotty can have his treatment.) Oh, thank you! Thank you, and God bless you both! [Hands Scotty over to his parents.]
~ Lois giving her speech to Hope and Ben Jennings finally convincing them to accept medical care for themselves and their children.

Stop!!! (The Omen: "whacks Ashi away" This does not concern you. There is no hope.) No, hope lives! It is everywhere! I've seen it. Everyone you have touched.The people you have helped. You saved them! (The Omen: Enough! (Fights Ashi) Hope is just a fleeting sentiment. Your failure is real. You must face the consequences or continue to bear the guilt of your dishonor for all eternity.) Jack, don't listen! You're being misguided! I've seen it! You've saved COUNTLESS innocents-but most of all. (The Omen: "growls and attacks her") You showed me the truth! You made me see that there's so much more to me than I know existed! You made me way more than what I was! The hope you gave me SAVED MY LIFE! (The Omen: Death follows in your wake. Men, women, children. Yes, all those children dead because of you!) No! The children! They're alive! You saved them!
~ Ashi talks some sense into Jack, reminding him of the innocent people he saved and how he regained hope in them, which prevented him from committing seppuku.

Everybody, stop! (A spotlight shines upon Artie as everyone on the play gets his attention.) (Charming: Oh, what is it now?!) (Shrek: Artie?) Who really thinks we need to settle things this way? (All villains raise their hands) You're telling me you just want to be villains your whole lives? (Capt. Hook: But we are villains! It's the only thing we know.) Didn't you ever wish you could be something else? (Steve: Well its Easy for you to say. You're not some evil enchanted tree...) (Charming: You morons! Don't listen to him! Attack them!!) (Ed grabs Charming, covering his mouth as he talks: Steve's trying to say here is it's hard to come by honest work when the whole world's against you.) (Steve: Right. Thanks, Ed.) Okay. Fair enough. You're right. I'm not a talking tree. But you know, a good friend of mine once told me: that just because people treat you like a villain, or an ogre, or just some loser... It doesn't mean you are one. (Shrek was amazed of what Artie is saying) The thing that matters most, is what you think of yourself. If there's something you really want, or someone you really want to be, then the only person standing in your way is you. (Short villain: Me?) (Thug: Get him, lads!) (Villains: Yeah!!!) No, no, no! What I mean is each of you is standing in your own way. (Villains: Oh...) (Headless Horseman: *Sniffles* I've always wanted to play the flute.) (Wicked Stepmother: I'd like to open up a spa in France!)(Capt. Hook: I grow daffodils. And they're beautiful.)
~ Artie came to rescue Shrek and the others and gave an inspiring speech to get the villains to abandon their evil ways.

Don't you say that. Don't you say that. Not you. You have held us together through all of this. You will not give up. Listen to me! Giving up is not an option for you. We are a team and you are this team's leader we go on no matter what.
~ Madison Rocca telling Nick that he is the team's leader and that he will not give up.

Alright, knock it off! Come on! The Scooby Gang does not have nervous breakdowns. Now, you may not have tangled with the supernatural, but you've fought monsters. Real freaking psychos! You stopped Zeke and Zeb. Shaggy figured out that the sharks Old Iron Face rode were really just torpedoes disguised to look like sharks. And what about the Black Knight? Huh? Mamba Whamba? (Sam: The Space Kook?) (to Sam) Aw, I knew it! You love this show, too! [Sam shrugs] (to Scooby Gang) Space Kook! Ghost Clown! Miner 49er! You guys have all jumped into danger with no thought for yourselves! You're heroes! And together, we're gonna take down this Phantom.
~ Dean reminds Mystery Inc. of several of their greatest achievements, using them as motivation for them to take on the real-live Phantom Shadow.

[Following their battle with Commander Spog, Ratchet and company are now left with a large robot with a damaged voice.] Your voice modulator is damaged, Commander. But if you tell us how to defeat Ephemeris, I believe I know someone who can fix you. (Captain Quark: Well, I don't like to brag, but I did modify my crotchetizer with a special vibrating function I call "the happy platypus".) [The others look confused and surprised.] Um, beg your pardon, Quark, but I was referring to him. [points at Nefarious] (Dr. Nefarious: Me? Are you insane?) If I may, being evil has not worked out well for you these last few years. Perhaps using your intelligence for good will yield... better results. (Dr. Nefarious: Alright, fine! But speak of this to no one! [immediately repairs Commander Spog]) (Ratchet: Alright, Spog. We did our part. Now how do we defeat Ephemeris?) (Commander Spog: Only the architect knows. He lives beyond the lighthouse, in the forest of the blue rocks. [flies off]) (Captain Quark: You did the right thing, Doctor!) (Dr. Nefarious: Get bent!)
~ Clank persuades Dr. Nefarious into repairing Commander Spog because he believes the latter could gain better results from using his intelligence for good.

[The Giant tries to fire at Hogarth, but Hogarth calms the Giant down.] No, wait. It's me, Hogarth. Remember? It's bad to kill. Guns kill, and you don't have to be a gun. You are what you choose to be. You choose. Choose. [The Giant comes back to its senses and remembers what Hogarth has said.] (Iron Giant: Hogarth.) [Hogarth discovers that Giant isn't hurting him and the Giant reverts back to it's normal mode.] It's okay, it's okay. You've got to show them you're good. [The Giant looks at the army.]
~ Hogarth Hughes telling the Iron Giant that he doesn't have to be a gun and telling him what he chooses to be.