Edith Quotes in Despicable Me 3 (2017)
Agnes: [to the Scar Faced Man] You saw a for real, like, unicorn? What did it look like? Did you pet it? Did it smell like candy? Was it FLUFFY?
The Scar Faced Man: It was so fluffy... I thought I was gonna die!
[Agnes smiles and screams extremely loud]
Lucy Wilde: [outside the shop] Agnes!
[breaks in and severely attacks everyone]
Lucy Wilde: Excuse me!
[grabs a dart from someone and puts it in another person]
Lucy Wilde: Don't worry, I'm here!
[picks Agnes up]
Lucy Wilde: Are you okay?
Edith: Yeah, we're fine. Are you...?
Agnes: Unicorns are really real! And I'm gonna find ONE!
[happily runs outside the shop]
Lucy Wilde: [to everyone who is knocked out on the floor after she attacked them] Sorry. Went a little mamma bear on ya. You know, I heard a scream and... Yeah, okay. Have a good one!
Agnes, Margo: [to Gru and Lucy] Aloha!
[show them a Hawaiian decorated tree]
Gru: [irritated] This is unexpected...
Margo: [puts a lei with flowers on it on Gru] Well, you never got to go on a honeymoon, so...
Edith: [recording with her phone] ... we made you dinner!
Agnes: It's a luau!
[hands Lucy a lei with flowers on it]
Agnes: We got pineapples and coconuts and ukuleles!
[drags Lucy as Margo drags Gru]
Gru: [irritated still] Oh, yay...
Edith: Hey, that one looks like me.
Gru: What are you talking about? These are kittens! Any relation to persons living or dead is completely coincidental.
Agnes: Why are you wearing your pajamas?
Vector: [sputters] These aren't pajamas! It's a warm-up suit.
Edith: What are you warming up for?
Margo: What sort of stuff?
Vector: Super-cool stuff you wouldn't understand.
Agnes: Like sleeping?
Vector: THEY ARE NOT PAJAMAS!
Agnes: I like him. He's nice.
Edith: He's scary.
Agnes: Like Santa.
Edith: It was your cousin's idea!
Dave the Minion: *What*?
Agnes: Aw. My caterpillar never turned into a butterfly.
Edith: That's a Cheeto.
Edith: Are these beds made out of bombs?
Gru: Yes, but they are very old and highly unlikely to blow up. But try not to toss and turn.
Edith: When we got adopted by a bald guy, I thought this would be more like Annie.
Gru: Clearly we need to set some rules. Rule number one: You will not touch *anything*.
Margo: Aha. What about the floor?
Gru: Yes, you may touch the floor.
Margo: What about the air?
Gru: Yes, you may touch the air.
Edith: What about this?
[holds a ray gun in her hands, the laser sight aimed right at Gru]
Gru: [screams, holding a frying pan for protection] Where did you get that?
Edith: [shrugs] Found it.
[Gru takes it away from her]
Gru: Okay, rule number two: You will not bother me while I'm working. Rule number three: You will not cry, or whine, or laugh, or giggle, or sneeze or barf or fart! So no, no, no annoying sounds. All right?
Agnes: Does this count as annoying?
[lets go of Margo's hand and puckers her cheeks]
Gru: [stops Agnes] Very!
Gru: I'll see you in six hours.
[leaves the kitchen]
Margo: Okay, don't worry. Everything is going to be fine. We're gonna be really happy here. Right...? Agnes?
[She and Edith turn and see Agnes scarfing from the bowl on the floor marked "food."]
Agnes: [mouth full] Mmm?
Gru: [Sees Edith near his iron maiden] No, no! Stay away from there! It's fragile!
[the iron maiden closes with Edith inside; a red liquid leaks from underneath; Margo and Agnes gasp]
Gru: Well, I suppose the plan will work with two.
Edith: [Inside the iron maiden] Hey! It's dark in here!
[Gru opens iron maiden; Edith is unharmed, but her juice box is punctured]
Edith: [Spits out a straw] It poked a hole in my juice box.
Margo: Oh, uh, can we get stuffed crust?
Edith, Agnes, Jerry the Minion, Stuart the Minion: OOOOHHHH, stuffed crust.
Gru: I'll stuff you all in the crust!
Agnes: You're funny!
Gru: Just don't come out of that room again!
Edith: Yes! Mine's shaped like a dead guy!
Edith: Can I drink this?
Dr. Nefario: Do you want to explode?
Edith: Somebody broke that.
[on being told they are being adopted]
Margo: I bet the mom is beautiful!
Edith: I bet the daddy's eyes sparkle!
Agnes: I bet their house is made of gummy bears!
[off their looks]
Agnes: I'm just saying it'd be nice.
Miss Hattie: Now, go clean something of mine.
[Margo, Edith and Agnes trudge out, passing the Box of Shame]
Margo, Edith, Agnes: Hi, Penny.
Penny: [from inside] Hi, guys.
[the girls discover the entrance to Gru's underground lair]
Edith: Whoa! That is cool! Come on!
Agnes: [to Margo] I don't think he's a dentist.
[saying their prayers before bed]
Margo: And please watch over us, and bless that we'll have a good night's sleep.
Edith: And bless that while we're sleeping, no bugs will crawl into our ears and lay eggs in our brains!
Margo: Great. Thanks for that image, Edith.
Agnes: And please bless that someone will adopt us soon, and that the mommy and daddy will be nice... and have a pet unicorn.
[Margo and Edith roll their eyes]
Margo, Edith: Amen.
Gru: I have accepted a new job.
Margo: Whoa! Really?
Gru: Yes, I have been recruited by a top secret agency to go undercover and save the world!
Edith: You're gonna be a spy?
Gru: *That's* right, baby! Gru's back in the game with gadgets and weapons and cool cars! The whole deal!
Edith: [amazed] Awesome!
Agnes: Are you really gonna save the world?
Gru: [coolly] Yes.
[puts on a pair of sunglasses]
Gru: Yes, I am.
Dave: [copies him] Mocha!
Tim: [wearing an old Dutch beard and tie] Cacao!
Stuart: [dresses like Pippi Longstocking] Papadum? Eh,
Margo: Hey, what celebrity do you look like?
Gru: Uh, Bruce Willis.
Margo: Mmm, no.
Agnes: Humpty Dumpty!
Edith: Ooh, Gollum!
[arriving at the Cinco de Mayo party]
Gru: Okay, let's party! But first, let's go over the rules. Because what is fun without the rules?
[looks at Agnes, whose arms and mouth are already full of churros]
Gru: Agnes, easy on the churros.
[looks at Edith, practicing with her sword]
Gru: Edith, try not to kill anyone.
Edith: [salutes] Hai!
[sees she is already cozy with Antonio]
Antonio: Hello, Mr. Gru.
Edith: Can I be the first to say "eww"?
[later Edith Keating to Billy]
Edith: Jim's got roots here.
Billy: I got a horse and the west is wide.
Dewey Cox: Edith, I am starting to think... that maybe you don't believe in me.
Edith: I do believe in you. I just know you're gonna fail.
Dewey Cox: Springburry ain't big enough for me no more. I reckon it's time for Dewey Cox to move on.
Ma Cox: But y-you're only 14?
Dewey Cox: Mama, I love you. But I don't need nobody. All I need is my music. I've seen my path today, and I'm gonna take it, and some day, I'll make my masterpiece, and you'll all be proud of me. Just like you were of Nate.
Edith: Can I come, Dewey?
Dewey Cox: Of course you can, Edith! You're my girlfriend.
Edith: I am?
Dewey Cox: Yes, silly! I pointed at you in the audience.
Edith: [to the family] Did you hear that? I'm Dewey's 12 year-old girlfriend!
Dewey Cox: So you've never done nothin' you shouldn't have done to me?
Edith: What have I ever done to you?
Dewey Cox: Like that time you woke up in the middle of the night and drank up all the milk! And then I got up to have my corn flakes and there was none left!
Edith: Dewey, you cheated on me!
Dewey Cox: Oh, so I'm a cheater, but you can just drink up all the milk.
Edith: It's illegal to be married to two people at the same time, Dewey!
Dewey Cox: What about if, if you're famous?
Edith: What about my dreams?
Dewey Cox: Edith, I told you, I can't build you a candy house! It will fall apart, the sun will melt the candy, it won't work!
Dewey Cox: [after being caught cheating] Baby, you don't know what it's like out there on the road. It's lonely out there. Edith, I can't be alone.
Edith: Yeah, well maybe you should've thought about that before you went and got double married!
Dewey Cox: Is *that* what this is about?
Edith: Carrie, Harold told me that Becky Fraker doesn't think you're very ugly.
Ruth Condomine: Edith, you know the cocktail shaker?
Edith: Yes 'em.
Ruth Condomine: Well, I want you to fill two of those long stem glasses from it and bring them up here.
Edith: Yes 'em.
Ruth Condomine: And Edith, as you're not in the Navy, its unnecessary to do everything on the double.
Edith: Very good, ma'am.
Ruth Condomine: And Edith, when you're serving dinner, try to remember to do it calmly, methodically.
Edith: Yes 'em.
Ruth Condomine: Now, go and get the cocktails.
Edith: Dear, what's the matter with her? Is she balmy?
Edith: For the first time in my life I'm making love to myself and it's wonderful.
Edith: [Angry] Where were you in 1292 A.D.?
John Oldman: [Calm] Where were you a year ago today?
Dan: Time... you can't see it, you can hear it, you can't weigh it, you can't... measure it in a laboratory. It is a subjective sense of... becoming, what we... are, in stead of what we were a nanosecond ago, becoming what we will be in another nanosecond. The whole piece of time's a landscape existing, we form behind us and we move, we move through it... slice by slice.
Linda Murphy: Clocks measure time.
Dan: No, they measure themselves, the objective referee of a clock is another clock.
Edith: All very interesting, but what has it got to do with John?
Dan: He, he might be man who... lives... outside of time as we know it.
Edith: [talking about God] He's everywhere. We just can't see him.
Harry: Pfft. If this was the best I could do, I'd be hiding, too.
Edith: Are you sorry for some of those things you said?
John Oldman: I'm sorry I said them.
Edith: My God, what is this? It looks like a genuine Van Gogh, but I've never seen it before...
Dan: Is that an original, John?
John Oldman: No, it's just a gift someone gave me.
Edith: Still, it's a superb copy. Contemporaneous I think, may I take a closer look?
John Oldman: Please, yeah.
Edith: Yes, it's the same stretcher Van Gogh used.
Dan: Hey, there's writing on the back. It's in French.
Edith: To my friend Jacques Bon. Wonder who that was?
John Oldman: Someone he knew, I guess.
Edith: [Upset by one of John's claims] Were you?
John Oldman: [Gentle] If I said no, could you ever be sure?
Dan: A medical test might be a way of proving of what you're saying
John Oldman: I don't wanna prove it.
Art: So, you're telling us this the yarn
Art: of the century and you don't care if we believe it or not?
John Oldman: I guess I should've expected you to... You're not as crazy as you think I am.
Sandy: I've always liked you.
Edith: Well, thank you dear.
Sandy: Well, that's changing.
Edith: You think that's all religion is about... selling hope and survival?
Edith: Blanche says Sara writes poetry- in the dunny! She found one there on the floor, all about Miranda.
Edith: Except for those people down there, we might be the only living creatures in the whole world.
Edith: Tell us!
Pupil #1: Yes Irma, tell us!
Pupil #2: Tell us, Irma!
Edith: Why can't we just sit on this log, and look at the ugly old rock from here? It's nasty here. I never thought it would be so nasty, or I wouldn't have come!
Edith: I think I must be doomed. I don't feel at all well.
Marion: I do wish you'd stop talking for once.
Edith: May I come, too, please?
Marion: So long as you don't complain.
Edith: I won't, I promise.
Miranda: And don't worry about us Mademoiselle. We shall only be gone a little while.
Edith: Miranda. Miranda. Miranda, don't go up there! Come back!
Edith: [Glaring at Johanna who has distracted her from revealing her cookie cutter plans for the future, asks rudely] "What do you want?"
Johanna Parry: [knowing it will be going over Edith's head, says] "I have what I want."
[Edith types her e-mail to Johanna, pretending to be Ken on the other end]
Stevie: [Edith clicks away on the computer beside her friend Stevie] You're so evil.
Edith: [Edith chuckles in response] Are you kidding? She loves this.
[continuing to type, giggling, with a big smile on her face]
Stevie: Actually, it's pretty mean.
[Edith continues to type without smiling anymore]
Stevie: [the camera cuts to Johanna in her bedroom reading Edith's fake e-mail]
Johanna Parry: [Johanna's plain expression becomes a wide-eyed, big smile, mumbling a quote from the e-mail] You're beautiful...
[Johanna covers her mouth face in pure joy]
Edith: You met the owner of the house. What's he like?
Rick: It's difficult to say, really. He was half-hidden behind a table.
Edith: We'll probably starve.
Prince Michael: Oh, we'll look after you.
Prince Alexander: Just leave everything to us.
Edith: Now *I know* we'll starve.
Edith: Oh, stop crabbing. The work is good for your liver.
Hubert: Well, why I'd care? My liver never did anything for me.
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