Wade: Well, Professor, you've had some time now. Have you come up with that rational explanation yet on how a man can turn into a bird?
Professor Arturo: Not yet, Miss Wells, but I'm sure there are at least a dozen reasons.
Rembrandt: (to his "old girlfriend" Alesha who does not recognize him) Yeah, yeah, that, uh, happens to us a lot.
Rembrandt: (to Professor Arturo) Look, we've been sliding for a long time now and maybe an egghead like you can find happiness in a book on cosmology but I happen to enjoy the companionship of a woman.
Professor Arturo: (to Melinda) Quinn is no more a wizard than that door knocker.
Rembrandt: (to Wade) Maybe it's because we're the only two normal people on this journey.
Professor Arturo: (referring to the dragon) For once, Miss Welles, I have no explanation.
Professor Arturo: What power could possibly be worth your freedom?
Professor Arturo: That which is beautiful is not always good. But that which is good is always beautiful.
Professor Arturo: To love and win is the best thing. To love and lose is the next best.