Spider-Man: Whoa! It's snack time, and I'm the main course.
Spider-Man: Great, Jameson will probably be selling "Spider-Man really is the thief!" T-shirts by tomorrow.
Morrie Bench: I always said I'd give you the world -- this is just the down-payment.
Mary Jane: What are you doing here?
Spider-Man: A five-hundred foot geiser in Washington Square, and you're wondering why I'm here?
Man: Call the police!
Woman: Call a lifeguard!
Hydro-Man: This has nothing to do with you, Spider-Man, so butt out!
Spider-Man: Can't, they'd take away my superhero license.
Hydro-Man: Do you really think you can match the power of Hydro-Man?!
Spider-Man: Did you say "Hydrant-Man"? The dogs must love you!
Hydro-Man: My name is Hydro-Man, and it'll be the last name you'll ever know.
Spider-Man: For somebody new to this super-villain gig, you've sure got the clichés down.
Spider-Man: No surfing in the park, dude!
Hydro-Man: Forget your water-wings, dude?!
Spider-Man: What about the --
Mary Jane: Turning into water? That's new; I don't recall him doing that at the prom.
Spider-Man: Three minutes underwater. Do I get my merit badge?
Mary Jane: Brother, now you sound like my friend, Peter.
Spider-Man: Hey! Don't insult me!
"Battle of the Insidious Six (2)
Doc Connors says I might be mutating into some type of freak.
This is a reference to the last scene of the episode listed above, in which Dr. Connors informs Spider-Man that the transformation that gave Spider-Man his spider-powers was not a one-time process; he will continue to mutate until he turns into something inhuman.
Spider-Man: Sub-Mariner, eat your heart out!
This is a reference to Namor, the Sub-Mariner, of Marvel Comics. He basically possesses all of the powers of Aquaman of DC Comics.