Wonder Woman: I didn't need you to save me. I needed you to stop Ares.
Steve Trevor: Hey, if it weren't for me, you wouldn't be here right now.
Wonder Woman: I'm an Amazon, Steve. We're prepared from birth to give our lives in battle. I knew what the consequences were going in to this mission. I bet you would have acted differently, if I were a man.
Steve Trevor: Oh, playing the sex card again, are you? You know what? I've had just about enough of listening to you go on about how terrible men are.
Wonder Woman: Does the truth hurt, Steve?
Steve Trevor: News flash: The Amazons ain't so perfect either. You act brave, but cutting yourselves off from the outside world was cowardly. Not to mention stupid. Like less communication between men and women is what the world needed.
Wonder Woman: How dare you?
Steve Trevor: No! I'm not done. You met your first man, what, like 15 minutes ago. And you think you have us all figured out. Well, I'm sorry, but not everything a man does is to further some misogynistic agenda. We don't hold doors open or pull out chairs for women because we're trying to keep you down. And I didn't save you because I thought were some damsel in distress. I saved you because... Because I care about you, Diana. And I'm not gonna abandon a friend in need, man or woman.
Wonder Woman: You should have saved the world, instead of me...
Steve Trevor: Maybe I figured the world's not worth saving if you're not in it.
Wonder Woman: Oh, crap.
Col. Steve Trevor: [after Diana shows a girl how to swordfight] That was sweet. Teaching her to disembowel her playmates like that.
Col. Steve Trevor: The truth is, I'm really not such a pig. No, that's not the truth. I am a pig. A womanizer. Been one for a long time now. Sometimes I think it's all because I don't wanna be hurt. Well, not again. This macho bravado, it's all a facade. Wait, why am I telling you this?
[Notices his foot's caught in the lasso of truth]
Col. Steve Trevor: God, I hope you Amazons can't mass-produce this thing.
Col. Steve Trevor: [in the cloaked fighter plane] Of course. Invisible missles. Har-dee-flippin'-har.
Wonder Woman: [to Ares] Well, I have learned one thing. It's not polite to hit a lady.
Alexa: There's a quote in which I find the courage to face the unknown. "As a rock on the seashore he standeth firm, and the dashing of the waves disturbeth him not. In the instant..."
Persephone: [stabs Alexa in the back] Yes, I know the quote well. It had aided me much in recent days. Shall I finish it? "In the instant of danger, the courage of his heart sustaineth him and the steadiness of his mind beareth him out."
Steve Trevor: [sees the Lincoln Memorial getting destroyed] They're messing with Lincoln! *Nobody* messes with Lincoln!
Ares: How will you stop me now that my powers rival that of any god? I am as strong as Hercules. As fast as Hermes. And now, like Hades, I wield dominion over the dead which allows me to unleash my own worst curse upon your people. Amazon dead, I command you to come to your lord. Slaughter your sisters.
Wonder Woman: It's all true, isn't it, Steve? Everything my mother warned me about man's world is true. She even told me you'd try to seduce me, and I, like a fool, told her, "For now, let's only expect the best from the pilot." You tried to get me drunk. As if you could out drink an Amazon, you pathetic lightweight.
Col. Steve Trevor: [Sees thugs approaching] Oh, crap.
Wonder Woman: [Unaware of the thugs] Yes, I knew exactly what you were trying to do. And please don't use that language around me.
Col. Steve Trevor: [being interrogated with the Lasso of Truth] I don't have to put up with this crap!
Hippolyta: We are unfamiliar with this particular idiom. What does 'crap' mean?
Col. Steve Trevor: [considers] No, forget I even said it.
[tightens the Lasso]
Col. Steve Trevor: [struggles] It's another word for excrement. You happy now, lady?
[Ares returns to the Underworld after being decapitated by Wonder Woman]
Hades: A tragedy. A terrible, terrible tragedy. How it weighs on my heart to see you like this. When my brother asked me not to remove your bands he said I was only dooming you, that he could not save you from yourself yet again. Perhaps, I should have listened.
Hades: You're early, nephew.
Ares: Not that I don't cherish your company, my dear uncle, but I'm afraid I'm only visiting today.
Hades: You are here for a favor.
Ares: I am.
Hades: Perhaps then you can enlighten me as to why you think I would remove your bands. Is it because I've longed for a return of your power-crazed ways? Or maybe, I wish to see you act again without regard for your divine brothers and sisters. Or is it simply because I am so easily manipulated and like a dog, will obey any command?
Ares: It is simplicity itself. Once these bands are removed, I will wage a war against humanity the likes of which this world has never seen. Its populace will choke on death. And you will be flooded with more servants to glorify you than you will possibly know what to do with it.
Homeless man: Hey, look at that lady!
Col. Steve Trevor: Oh, crap!
Wonder Woman: Remarkable. The Advanced brainwashing that has been perpetuated upon the females of your culture. Raised from birth to believe they're not strong enough to compete with the boys. And then as adults, taught to trade on their very femininity.