Agamemnon: Don't Tase me, bro!
Mr. Peabody: Sherman, sit. Sherman: I won't. I'm not a dog. Mr. Peabody: What did you say? Sherman: I said I'm not a dog! Mr. Peabody: ...you're right, Sherman. You're not a dog. You're just a very bad boy.
Agamemnon: Taste my bronze, Trojan dogs!
(Mr Peabody goes in time and encounters himself) Mr. Peabody: You know what they say: If at first you don't succeed, Troy Troy again... Mr. Peabody: This is no time for puns! Even great ones.
(from trailer) Judge: If a boy can adopt a dog, I see no reason why a dog can not adopt a boy...
George Washington: We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men - and some dogs - are created equal.
(Sherman and Penny had a fight) Mr. Peabody: What on earth provoked it? Sherman: She called me a dog... Mr. Peabody: Oh, dear.
(King Tut arrives) Sherman: Who's that, Mr. Peabody? Mr. Peabody: King Tut. Penny Peterson: My boyfriend! Sherman: WHAT? His name rhymes with "butt"!
King Tut: You see, Penny, when I die you, as my queen, must accompany me on my voyage to the stars. Thus, you will be ritually slaughtered, your heart and brain will be scooped out and placed in jars, and you will be mummified and laid to rest beside me! (Penny is shocked and frightened)
(first lines) Mr. Peabody: Our story begins high above New York City, in the luxurious penthouse apartment of perhaps the most unlikely genius the world's ever known. (Camera pans to Peabody in an upside-down position) Mr. Peabody: Oh! Sorry, caught me doing my yoga. You were expecting a downward dog, perhaps? (Jumps into upright position) Mr. Peabody: My name is Mr. Peabody.
Leonardo da Vinci: (watches Sherman and Penny play) They grow up so fast, the little bird leaving the nest. Isn't life wonderful? (Mr. Peabody watches sadly)
Sherman: If being a dog means you're like Mr. Peabody, who never turns his back on you, and who's always there to pick you up when you fall, and loves you no matter how many times you mess up; if that's what it means to be a dog, then yeah! (proudly) Sherman: I'm a dog, too!
(Mr. Peabody holds a baby Sherman in his hands) Sherman: Dada! Mr. Peabody: No, Sherman, not Dada, Peabody! Sherman: Peadada! Mr. Peabody: Yes... Peadada.
Agamemnon: What sort of creature are you? Ms. Grunion: The name's Grunion! Agamemnon: I'm in love!
Mr. Peabody: So, what have we learned today, Sherman? Sherman: I learned that the French Revolution was crazy. Mr. Peabody: How so? Sherman: Well, they were chopping off heads left and right. Mr. Peabody: Yes, and all of this could have been avoided had Marie Antoinette given an edict to distribute bread among the people. But you can't have your cake and edict too. Sherman: (laughs) I don't get it.
Register to update information, save favorites, post photos, news stories and comments.