Mr. Rzykruski: Science is not good or bad, Victor. But it can be used both ways. That is why you must always be careful.

Mr. Rzykruski: Ladies and gentlemen. I think the confusion here is that you are all very ignorant. Is that right word, ignorant? I mean stupid, primitive,unenlightened. You do not understand science, so you are afraid of it. Like a dog is afraid of thunder or balloons. To you, science is magic and witchcraft because you have such small minds. I cannot make your heads bigger, but your children's heads, I can take them and crack them open. This is what I try to do, to get at their brains!

Mrs. Frankenstien: When you lose someone you love, they never really leave you. They just move into a special place in your heart. He'll always be there, Victor.

Victor Frankenstien: I don't want him in my heart. I want him here with me.

Victor Frankenstien: Nobody likes scientists.

Mr. Rzykruski: They like what science gives them, but not the questions, no. Not the questions that science asks.

Victor Frankenstien: [pause] Actually, I have a question.

Mr. Rzykruski: [chuckles] That is why you are scientist.

Mr. Frankenstein: Victor, is there anything we can do for you?

Victor Frankenstien: [kneeling at Sparky's lifeless body] You said that I need to let him go.

Mr. Frankenstein: Sometimes, adults don't know what they're talking about.

Mr. Frankenstein: Victor, what have you done?

Victor Frankenstien: You said yourself, if you could bring back Sparky, you would!

Mr. Frankenstein: Yes, but that was different because we couldn't! It's easy to promise the impossible.

Victor Frankenstien: I was doing my experiment, my project, and the first time it worked great. But the next time it didn't. I mean, it sort of worked, but then it didn't. And I don't know why.

Mr. Rzykruski: Then maybe you never really understood it the first time. People think science is here

[pointing to head]

Mr. Rzykruski: but it is also here.

[pointing to chest]

Mr. Rzykruski: The first time, did you love your experiment?

Victor Frankenstien: Yes.

Mr. Rzykruski: Ah. And the second time?

Victor Frankenstien: No. I just wanted it over.

Mr. Rzykruski: Then you changed the variables.

Mr. Rzykruski: Back home, everyone is scientist. Even my plumber wins Nobel Prize. Your country does not make enough scientist. Always needs more. You should be a scientist, Victor.

Victor Frankenstien: [to Sparky's lifeless body after resuscitation attempt] It's okay, boy. You don't have to come back. You'll always be in my heart.

Edgar 'E' Gore: [to Victor] Your dog is alive!

Bob: [frantically] Victor! I... I need your help.

Victor Frankenstien: Did you see those things? They were like...

Bob: Sea Monkeys! You know how on the package, they're like, in a happy kingdom, and everyone's smiling?

Victor Frankenstien: Yeah?

Bob: They're not like that at all.

Toshiaki: [running up] Victor! I need your help.

Bob: I asked him first!

Toshiaki: My problem bigger!

[pointing behind him]

Toshiaki: [Sounds of thundering footsteps and roaring. Camera pans to show a giant dinosaur-tortoise mutant stomping down the street]

Bob: Yeah, he's right.

Victor Frankenstien: [giving an excuse about an upturned bucket moving across attic floor, as Sparky struggles to escape from it] It's a robot.

Mrs. Frankenstien: A robotic bucket?

Victor Frankenstien: Yes.

Mrs. Frankenstien: For mopping, I suppose?

Victor Frankenstien: Yes.

Mrs. Frankenstien: Maybe when you're finished, you'll let me use it.

Edgar 'E' Gore: I know.

Victor Frankenstien: What?

Edgar 'E' Gore: [pointedly] I know.

Victor Frankenstien: Know what?

Edgar 'E' Gore: [pointedly] You know...

Victor Frankenstien: No.

Edgar 'E' Gore: I think I know what you know I know.

Victor Frankenstien: Look, I don't know what you think I know. But I don't know it.

Toshiaki: How are we supposed to see an invisible goldfish?

Edgar 'E' Gore: Put your finger in. You can feel it.

Bob: [inserting hand into glass jar of plain water] Ah! It bit me!

Mayor Burgemeister: As mayor of New Holland, you have entrusted me with your safety. So I can't sit idly, while a teacher *endangers* our children.

Bob's Mom: [referring to Mr. Rzykruski] The man is a menace!

New Holland Townsfolk: She's right. He's crazy!

New Holland Townsfolk II: Have you looked through this science book they're using? Apparently, Pluto isn't good enough to be a planet any more. When I was a kid, Pluto was a great planet. This guy comes along, and rewrites the rules!

Mrs. Frankenstien: In fairness, he didn't write the textbook.

Victor Frankenstien: Where's Mr. Rzykruski?

Gym Teacher: All I know is I'll be teaching the class for the rest of the semester.

Elsa Van Helsing: Do you know anything about science?

Gym Teacher: I know more than you do.

Bob: Mr. Rzykruski knew a lot.

Gym Teacher: Well, sometimes knowing too much is the problem.

Victor Frankenstien: What about the science fair?

Gym Teacher: Oh, it's still on, but it will be judged by someone who's not insane: Me!