Red: Who’s there?
Peter: Let me in.
Red: I’m just a poor old widow. Spare me.
Peter: Let me in or I’ll…
Peter: I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll...
Red: You’ll huff and puff?
Peter: I couldn't think of nothin'.
Red: Oh, so you thought that you’d level the house with the power of your breath. Well, a case could be made.
Mary Margaret: Was he bothering you?
Ruby: The day I can’t handle a lech is the day I leave town, which this is, I guess.
Henry: You want to be a bike messenger?
Ruby: Bike messenger?
Henry: That's about taking things to people in a little basket.
Ruby: Umm, no. You see, I'm not so great at bike riding.
Henry: How about taking things on foot to people in a little basket?
Ruby: Not so sure that's a real job.
Granny: Gods, I was a fool to think I could keep this from her. I am a fool, and I have cost so many lives.
Snow: You didn't mean to. That's the main thing.
Granny: Is it?
Ruby: And you dress like Norman Bates when he dresses like Norman Bates’ mother.
The 1960 movie Psycho, based on the Robert Bloch novel of the same name, features Norman Bates, who stuffs birds and puts on a dress to impersonate his dead mother, who manifests through him as a separate personality.