Potiphar's Wife: [after Joseph is spared execution] You sent him to prison? At your pleasure? What about my honor?
Potiphar: What honor?
Potiphar's Wife: How dare you!
Potiphar: I know you, wife. I know you.
Potiphar's Wife: You don't understand. Whatever you may think of me... how could you? How could you humiliate me like that?
Potiphar: Because one humiliation deserves another. Wife, anyone who knows Joseph also knows that if he swears by his God then he's telling the truth.
Joseph: I have seen the evils of rape! It is hateful to me and an abomination in the eyes of God.
Joseph: What is your name?
Benjamin: I am called Benjamin, master. How is it that the master comes to speak our tongue? Has you traveled to our lands?
Joseph: [recoils] God be gracious to you, my son.
[Joseph leaves and cries to himself]
Benjamin: Was I wrong to ask the master how he came to speak our tongue?
Ednan: The master has traveled far and wide. He knows a great deal.
Potiphar: You had better prostrate quickly.
Joseph: You know I cannot.
Pharaoh: [furious] You what?
Joseph: Clearly the Pharaoh is greatness itself but my faith decrees that I can only kneel before God - even on pain of death.
Pharaoh: [laughs] Come forward. Take heed, magicians. Whatever happens, I know this man won't lie to me.
Potiphar: I'd be careful if I were you. You worship as you like in Canaan but in Egypt only Pharaoh, son of Ra, is god.
Joseph: [screams] God! My God! Why have You forsaken me?
Joseph: Forgiveness is greater than vengeance. Compassion more powerful than anger.
Pharaoh's Wife: Asaneth on the other hand...
Pharaoh: Yes, let me guess. She's so taken with this foreign slave. Oh yes, nothing escape's Pharaoh's eye when it comes to a woman.
[Paces and looks at Asaneth]
Pharaoh: She thinks he has the answer.
Asenath: By your own word lord, we know he does nothing against his conscience - even on pain of death. And you yourself seemed reluctant to have him hanged. There must have been a reason why you withheld your mighty hand and spared him to see another day.
Pharaoh: [places his ring on Joseph's finger] I make you the governor of all Egypt. I place you over my house, my people, my kingdom. From this day forward no man shall life a hand or foot without your consent. Your name shall be "Zapaneth Paneah".
[beckons to Asaneth]
Pharaoh: And this fine woman shall be your wife.
Judah: You're a very courageous girl, Tamar.
Tamar: But not brave enough to face death.
Judah: That won't happen. I have enough to answer for. The crime of taking your life for something I have done is more than I can bear.
Judah: You were right and I was wrong. I should have given you to Selah. The only sin there is belongs to me.
Judah: You will live to have your child and raise him as a mother should. Living in your own tent with respect and love.
Merchant: He's submissive, he's obedient, and he knows his place! Never opens his mouth except to pray.
Potiphar: Is that true, boy?
Merchant: Answer the master!