Fujiko Mine Quotes in Lupin the IIIrd: Jigen Daisuke no Bohyo (2014)
Fujiko Mine Quotes:
Arsene Lupin III: [sees a naked Fujiko] That's one hell of a view!
Fujiko Mine: [covers herself] Don't look at me!
Daisuke Jigen: How could they kill a singer from their own homeland who only desired peace?
Arsene Lupin III: No one can understand the mind of a tyrant.
Fujiko Mine: Oh, it's quite simple! Everyone loves money!
[Fujiko absconds with the Calamity File]
Daisuke Jigen: Are you ever gonna wise up? You ain't doing yourself any damn favours by keeping that woman around.
Arsene Lupin III: Don't be like that...
[holds up the FIle]
Daisuke Jigen: Jeez, I don't know why I put up with you...
Fujiko Mine: [looks through a duplicate] What the hell is this?
Fujiko Mine: [gasps] Lupin?
Arsene Lupin III: Alas... only what's left of him.
Fujiko Mine: Hm. What exactly is that supposed to mean?
Arsene Lupin III: [walks to her with a rose] It means, my dear Fujiko, that you are a rose, and I have been pricked by the thorn of your indifference...
Fujiko Mine: "The thorn of my indifference?" Oh, brother...
Arsene Lupin III: [smells the rose] Fatally pricked, and now, almost completely wasted away, my darling.
Fujiko Mine: [chuckles] Fatally pricked, huh? You gotta love karma!
Arsene Lupin III: Yet, there is still one thing that could save me.
Fujiko Mine: What might that be?
Arsene Lupin III: If your petal-like lips would but caress my own unworthy sad ones, I might yet survive, my love.
Fujiko Mine: I would, but you know you'd just prick yourself all over again.
Arsene Lupin III: [throws the rose away] Boy, you're all thorns. And after all I went through to get you that damn Stone!
Mamo: Look at this man, Fujiko! This is the man you want to spend the rest of eternity with? This ignorant fool who laughs like a hyena at his own impending doom? I refuse to grant the gift of immortality to one so unworthy!
Fujiko Mine: Well, if that's the way you want to be, you can just count me out, too!
Fujiko Mine: What's the point of being forever young and lovely? It's no fun if I have to sit by and watch him getting old and shriveled up!
Fujiko Mine: [referring to Mamo's promise of eternal life] I can't believe it. It was all a lie!
Arsene Lupin III: Maybe it wasn't. I think he was researching immortality...
Daisuke Jigen: He's just another wacky old rich guy.
Arsene Lupin III: Or a clone.
Daisuke Jigen: Say what?
Arsene Lupin III: You said it yourself. The guy had the bucks to pull anything off! Technologically, it's not a big deal anymore. Just a little dab of DNA'll do ya, and theoretically, if you repeat the process over and over again, you - or, successive copies of you - could live forever.
Daisuke Jigen: Well, it certainly would explain the mystery of your dear departed doppelganger...
Arsene Lupin III: And a single strand of my hair is really all anybody would have needed to do it.
Daisuke Jigen: Anybody with a few billion dollars to play with...
Mamo: The process has its limitations.
Fujiko Mine: Limits?
Mamo: The transfer of the chromosomal data is never accomplished with complete fidelity. There are... anomalies, infinitesimally small in each case, but the cumulative effect of such - chaotic - pollution... can be observed after only a dozen or so generations, and what you see before you is a 130th generation facsimile. I am but a faint, distorted echo of myself.
Arsene Lupin III: But you were always distorted by your obsession.
Mamo: But is it not... everyone's obsession?
Lady Clarisse de Cagliostro: Miss Fujiko!
Fujiko Mine: I came to say goodbye while I have the chance.
[removes her disguise]
Lady Clarisse de Cagliostro: Who in the world are you?
Fujiko Mine: I'm the only woman in the castle, employed to serve you. But in reality, I'm a spy searching for the secrets of this castle. I'd intended to stay a bit longer, but Lupin's here, so I'm leaving now because things are going to get all screwed up.
Lady Clarisse de Cagliostro: You know him?
Fujiko Mine: I've known him to the point that I've gotten sick of him. Sometimes we're friends, sometimes we're enemies. We've even been lovers. He's a born womanizer. Take care.
Lady Clarisse de Cagliostro: Did he drop you?
Fujiko Mine: No, silly. I dropped HIM.
Fujiko Mine: [on TV] Thank you for waiting, ladies and gentlemen. We're now back on the air. And all hell has broken loose in the ceremonial hall!
Fujiko Mine: The time's come to say goodbye.
[removes off her disguise]
Clarisse d'Cagliostro: What are you...
Fujiko Mine: To all appearances, I'm the one woman who is employed here in the castle as your servant. But in reality, I'm a lady spy who's looking for this castle's secret. I was hoping to stay a little longer, but now Lupin's come. Everything's fallen apart, so I'm leaving.
Clarisse d'Cagliostro: You know that man?
Fujiko Mine: Only too well. Sometimes we're allies, at others we're enemies. Occasionally, we're even lovers. The guy's a natural born lady-killer. Watch your step around him.
Clarisse d'Cagliostro: He walked out on you?
Fujiko Mine: Oh, hardly. I walked out on HIM.
[while on the road, Lupin meets a fellow traveler]
Lupin III: Fujiko!
Fujiko Mine: Lupin, look at my trophies!
Lupin III: The counterfeit plates... Hey! Hey! Let's be friends!
Fujiko Mine: So long!
Lupin III: Hey! Hey! Hey! Wait a second!
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