LEGO Ninjago – Quotes
Mr. Liu: Why don’t you play outside with your friends?
Boy: Sometimes they make fun of me.
Mr. Liu: He looks like a brave fighter.
Boy: No, he’s just a kid. He can’t do anything.
Mr. Liu: He may look like a kid, but he can do great things. You just have to look at it from a different point of view.
Lloyd: It’s your son, Lloyd Garmadon.
Garmadon: No. My son’s tally bald and has no teeth.
Lloyd: I’m not a baby anymore. ... Is there maybe another reason why you called me?
Garmadon: No. My butt dialed you. Well – gotta go. Glad your teeth came in.
Lloyd: Why do you want to conquer Ninjago so badly?
Garmadon: Because there’s something very special here... a guitar....
Lloyd: Are you sure there’s no other special connection in this city? Any other someone?
Garmadon: You’ve got a lot of issues, green ninja. I hope you get a chance to work them all out before I come back.
Nya: It’s Okay, Lloyd. Nobody’s parents are perfect.
Jay: I mean, my mom is weird and collects seashells. Your dad levels cities and kills innocent people. They all have their quirks.
Wu: Your elemental power is green.
Lloyd: Fire, ice, water, earth, lighting and ... green.
Lloyd: That’s right, it’s me. And it’s Lloyd.
Garmadon: No—L-loyd. I was there. I named you.
Lloyd: I wish you weren’t my father.
Garmadon: Is it just me or was that a weird thing to say?
Tune: You conquered the green ninjago. He turned out to be your son, though.
Garmadon: Omelet omelet weapon.
Scientist: Sir, he’s talking about the ultimate, ultimate weapon.
Garmadon: That’s why I said, ultimate omelet weapon.
Ninjagos: You’re alive!
Wu: Duh! I’m a ninja master. If I die it will be to teach you a lesson.
Garmadon: 1! 2! 3! ... I thought that was supposed to work with kids?!
Garmadon: Throw like no one’s watching, except your judging father.
Garmadon: Something’s happening to my face. It’s turning upward...
Lloyd: It’s called smiling!
Lloyd: On a scale of 1-10, how bad is it?
Garmadon: I’d say it’s about a 7...point...armed ripped off.
Lloyd: That’s a leg.
Garmadon: Have you ever had an arm that kicks?! How about this?
Lloyd: It’s a sword.
Garmadon: Ever had a sword arm?!
Garmadon: Behold, the temple of fragile foundations.
Jay: This is my new least favorite place I’ve ever been.
Lloyd, about the temple of fragile foundations: So, you know this place?
Garmadon: Who doesn’t know their childhood home? This place is so unstable I had to move to a volcano to feel safe.
Garmadon: She was fighting for good and looking good doing it.
Garmadon: It was love at first fight.
Garmadon: The life of a conquering war lord was not the life that she wanted for you. ...I could’ve changed, but I didn’t. And before I knew it, she was gone and you were gone.
Garmadon: Lloyd, your mom was the best and she expected the best from me and only wanted the best for you.
Garmadon: I’ve realized, we don’t need to fight each other when we can fight alongside each other. Lloyd: No. I don’t want to be your general #1.
Wu: Inner piece. The ultimate ultimate weapon is inside you.
Lloyd: You were right, Master Wu. I need to walk the path that only the son of Garmadon can walk.
Lloyd to Meowra: I know it, I know it. You didn’t want to destroy everything. When people look at you, they see a monster, but I know that you just feel scared and alone and I know how that feels – to be judged unfairly. So I just want to say that I forgive you and I’m sorry when I said I wish you weren’t my father. I didn’t really mean it. What I should’ve said is I wish we didn’t fight all the time. I wish you could’ve been there... seen what I’ve gone through... I just, I need my dad.
Garmadon: Son, did you mean all that stuff you said...to the cat?... Well, I know for certain the cat feels the same way.
Lloyd: No mom, I’m really sorry I took you for granted. All you did was support me, the real me, that’s on the inside.
Lloyd: Green is the color of life. It flows through all living things, connecting them all. The way I connect the ninjas and the way I connect my family, whether they’re together or not.
Wu: Some powers are not powers you see.
Boy: So, does that mean I’m a ninja now?
Mr. Liu: No. All you did was listen to a story. That does not make you a ninja artist.