Hellboy: I wish father were here. He'd know what to tell you... us.
Tom Manning: What's going on? What's going on? Hellboy: I quit. (gives Manning his belt and weapon) Tom Manning: What? Are you serious? Liz Sherman: Looks that way doesn't it? (gives Manning her belt and weapon) Tom Manning: What's wrong with you? You can't all just quit. Abe Sapien: (gives Manning his belt and weapons) Watch us. (pats Manning on the cheek and walks past him) Hellboy: (comes back) On second thought... (pulls out the Samaritan) Hellboy: I think I'll keep this! (walks away) Tom Manning: Come on. Come on! Johann, they can't do this. Stop them. Johann Krauss: Dr. Manning, suck my ectoplasmic schwanzstucker!
Hellboy: Geez, it stinks in here! Worse than my room!
Jimmy Kimmel: (talking about Abe on TV) And what about this guy? Walking around with a toilet seat on his head. Hellboy: (laughing) A toilet! Abe Sapien: It's quite obvious it's a breathing apparatus.
Hellboy: Liz... Liz Sherman: Don't try to talk. Hellboy: No, you need to hear this. I know what's important. It's you. I can turn my back on the world, all of it... as long as you stay with me. Liz Sherman: I'll stay with you. You're the best man I know. Hellboy: (smiles) Man...
(entering the Golden Army chamber)
Goblin: Here we are... and there they are. Seventy times seventy soldiers. Sometimes I wish we'd never created them. Bim-bam went the hammers! Whoosh went the furnaces! One of those fires took my legs off. This is as far as I go. I'm not very good with steps. But if you're here to stop him, the Prince, I wish you luck. The Golden Army must not awaken. Undo what we did.
Hellboy: Maybe we can find a place with a yard. It'd be great for the baby!
Liz Sherman: Babies.
Hellboy: (mouths) Babies?
Liz Sherman: (holds up two fingers, wagging them)
Tom Manning: No fingerprints, no photos. But they say, and I'm translating, "he has a nice, open face."
(Johann's head turns out to be a clear, open bowl of glass)
Professor Trevor 'Broom' Bruttenholm: It is said that at the dawn of time, man, beast, and all magical beings lived together under Aeglin, the Father Tree. But man had been created with a hole in his heart, a hole that no possession, power, or knowledge could fill. And in his infinite greed, man dreamed of expanding his dominion over the entire earth. The blood of many an elf, ogre, and goblin was spilled in their war with man, and King Balor, the one-armed king of Elfland, watched the slaughter in dread and despair. But one day, the master of the goblin blacksmiths offered to build the king a golden mechanical army, seventy times seventy soldiers, that would never know hunger, and could not be stopped. Prince Nuada begged his father to agree. "Build me this army," the king said. And so, a magical crown was forged that would allow those of royal blood to command the Golden Army, if unchallenged. "I am King Balor, leader of the Golden Army. Is there anyone who disputes my right?" And in his throne room, no one challenged his word.
Hellboy: Now stay down!
Johann Krauss: Screw the clearance, we will take that plane!
Johann Krauss: (as the destroyed Golden soldiers reform themselves) Well, I'm out of ideas.
Hellboy: I've got one.
(Hellboy has defeated Nuada, and holds the completed Crown of Bethmora, that controls the Golden Army)
Hellboy: All that power...
Liz Sherman: Don't even think about it!
(grabs crown from his hands, and proceeds to destroy it)
Prince Nuada: (draws his spear) Your weapon?
Hellboy: (holds up his stone hand) Five-fingered Mary.
Prince Nuada: (after practicing, to Wink) How long have you been there, my friend?
(pointing to the Tooth Fairies)
Prince Nuada: They're over there. I bought them today. I haven't fed them, at all. I will go up first, you will follow. And remember Mr. Wink, don't be shy.