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Dick Grayson (Character)
from "Young Justice" (2010)

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Batman: Arkham Knight (2015) (VG)
Waylon Jones: I know your scent, Bat!
Dick Grayson: It's that aftershave.

Oswald Cobblepot: [after Batman destroys his last weapons cache] No! I swear to God, you'd better kill me, Batman! Otherwise I'm gonna kill you! I'M GONNA KILL-!
[Batman punches him unconscious]
Dick Grayson: You know, I was just going to suggest you do that.

Batman: [From Season of Infamy: Beneath the Surface] Taking the warden, why not just kill him and escape?
Dick Grayson: Maybe he likes a long lunch.

Dick Grayson: [From GCPD Lockdown] Nefarious characters, check. III-gotten money, check. Distinct lack of brain cells, definitely check. Yeah this is gonna be fun.

Dick Grayson: [after defeating the last of Penguin's thugs] Lucius, restore power to the elevator.
[through the intercom]
Dick Grayson: Hey, boss! We're gettin' you outta here!
Oswald Cobblepot: You are? Where's Nightwing?
Dick Grayson: Oh, he's right here. We thought you'd want to say hello.
Oswald Cobblepot: Oh-ho, I do!
[the elevator doors open. Penguin swaggers out, lighting a cigar, then sees Nightwing standing there]
Oswald Cobblepot: Oh, sod off.

[after defeating Penguin]
Dick Grayson: So here's the part where you tell me off...
Batman: I'm proud of you, Dick.
Dick Grayson: ...Are you feeling okay?
Batman: This is the end. This is the last time we meet.
Dick Grayson: Don't talk like that, okay? This won't stop you. Nothing stops you.
Batman: Promise me you'll keep Bludhaven safe.
Dick Grayson: It's okay, Bruce, I get it. You don't want me hanging around, stealing the spotlight.
[he turns away]
Batman: Promise me.
Dick Grayson: [over his shoulder] I won't let you down.
[swings away]
Batman: I know.

Batman Forever (1995)
Dick Grayson: I need a name! Batboy, Nightwing, I dunno. What you think? What's a good sidekick name?
Bruce Wayne: How about Dick Grayson, college student?
Dick Grayson: Screw you!

Dick Grayson: All I can think about every second of the day is getting Two-Face. He took my whole life. And when I was out there tonight, I imagined it was him that I was fighting, even when I was fighting you. And all the pain went away. Do you understand?
Bruce Wayne: Yes, I do.
Dick Grayson: Good, cause you gotta help me find him. And when we do, I'm the one who kills him.
Bruce Wayne: So, you're willing to take a life.
Dick Grayson: Long as it's Two-Face.
Bruce Wayne: Then it will happen this way: You make the kill, but your pain doesn't die with Harvey, it grows. So you run out into the night to find another face, and another, and another, until one terrible morning you wake up and realize that revenge has become your whole life. And you won't know why.
Dick Grayson: You can't understand. Your family wasn't killed by a maniac.
Bruce Wayne: Yes, they were. We're the same.

[Dick tries to open a door in Wayne Manor, but it won't budge]
Alfred Pennyworth: May I help you, Master Grayson?
Dick Grayson: How come this is the only locked door in this museum? What've you got back here?
Alfred Pennyworth: Master Wayne's dead wives.
[Dick gives him a look]
Alfred Pennyworth: The silver closet. On your way.

Gang Leader: Who the hell are you?
Dick Grayson: I'm Batman.
[the gang laughs]
Dick Grayson: Hey, so I forgot my suit alright?

Gang Leader: Who the hell are you?
Dick Grayson: I'm Batman.
[the whole gang starts laughing]
Dick Grayson: Okay, so I forgot my suit, all right!

Bruce Wayne: Just what the hell do you think you were doing?
Dick Grayson: You got a real graditiude problem, you know that Bruce? I need a name, Batboy? Nightwing? I don't know, help me out, what's a good side-kick name?
Bruce Wayne: How about: Dick Grayson; College Student.
Dick Grayson: Screw you. I just saved your life. You owe me.
Bruce Wayne: You were totally out of control, you're gonna get yourself killed.
Dick Grayson: You're looking at a new partner.
Bruce Wayne: [Aggravated] No!
Dick Grayson: Bruce. whenever you go out at night, I'll be watching. And wherever Batman goes, I'm gonna be right beside him. I mean, how you gonna stop me?
Bruce Wayne: [Stands up] I can stop you.
Dick Grayson: [Hands Alfred his costume] Al. Put this next to the Bat suit, where it belongs.

Batman & Robin (1997)
Bruce Wayne: I'm late for the dedication, then I go after Freeze and Ivy alone.
Dick Grayson: LIKE HELL YOU ARE.
Bruce Wayne: -Don't push me right now.
Dick Grayson: What? Nobody can face IVY but the big, bad Bat? YOU WANT HER FOR YOURSELF
Bruce Wayne: That's right, Dick. I want HER so much I can tastE IT. That's the whole point. She's done something to us. She has us fighting over her somehow.
Dick Grayson: I know she loves me and not you, and it's driving you crazy.
Bruce Wayne: Listen Dick, why do you think she's so desperate to kiss us? I bet her lips are poisoned.
Dick Grayson: A poison kiss? You don't understand. She understands how I feel.
Bruce Wayne: She has clouded your mind and you're not thinking straight.
Dick Grayson: I am thinking straight, for the first time in a long time. I want a Robin signal in the sky. I'm sick of being in your shadow.

Dick Grayson: Please be here for me!
Barbara Wilson: Actually I'm looking for Alfred.

Barbara Wilson: [about street racing not mixing well with being an Oxford student] They kicked me out, but it doesn't matter because I've already won all the money I need to do what I've always dreamed.
Dick Grayson: Just don't tell me you're going to run away and join the circus.

Barbara Wilson: Alfred's sick.
Bruce Wayne: Alfred's not sick, he's dying.
Dick Grayson: Dying? Why didn't he tell us?
Bruce Wayne: You know Alfred, he wouldn't say anything, but I can tell.

[last lines]
Barbara Wilson: Partners?
Dick Grayson: Partners.
Bruce Wayne: Partners.
Alfred: We're going to need a bigger cave.

Barbara Wilson: Uncle Alfred's been supporting me his whole life, I'm going to take him away from all this.
Dick Grayson: Alfred and Bruce are like family.
Barbara Wilson: Paying someone to do your dishes, cook your meals, you call that family?

"Young Justice: Welcome to Happy Harbor (#1.3)" (2011)
Red Tornado: Mission assignments are the Batman's responsiblity.
Dick Grayson: But it's been over a week and nothing...
Red Tornado: You'll be tested soon enough. For the time being, simply enjoy each other's company.
Kaldur'ahm: This team is not a social club.
Red Tornado: No. But I am told social interaction is an important team-building excersize. Perhaps you can keep busy by familiarizing yourselves with the cave.

Wally West: You brought your utility belt?
Dick Grayson: Never leave home without it. First thing Batman taught me.
Wally West: Right after don't go to the bathroom without it.

Dick Grayson: [after M'Gann drops a boulder on Mr. Twister] Don't know how things are done on Mars, but on Earth we don't EXECUTE our captives!
M'gann M'orzz: You said you trust me.
[Lifts the boulder to reveal an android]
M'gann M'orzz: That's why I couldn't read his mind.
Wally West: Cool! Souvenir.

Wally West: Batman, Aquaman, Flash, they'd all have jumped right in to fix things.
Dick Grayson: Guess if we're going to have a babysitter, a heartless machine is exactly what we need.
Wally West: DUDE! Harsh!
Red Tornado: And inaccurate. I have a heart. Carbon-steel alloy. I also have excellent hearing.
Dick Grayson: Right. I'll strive to be... more accurate.
Kaldur'ahm: And respectful.

Teen Titans: The Judas Contract (2017) (V)
Kid Flash: Speed it up, will ya? You drive like my Granny.
Dick Grayson: We're moving with the flow of traffic.
Speedy: When do I get to drive?
Dick Grayson: My car. So, never.

Dick Grayson: Do you ever get out of that uniform?
Robin: Only when I bathe.
Dick Grayson: Might be time.
Robin: [Sniffs himself] I'm good.

Speedy: when do I get to drive?
Dick Grayson: my car so never

Dick Grayson: Have I told you how glad I am that you've chosen to move in with me?
Starfire: At least I was your first choice for that.
Dick Grayson: Yeah, well, Gar's got his house and Jamie couldn't afford the rent.
Starfire: Oh, you brat!

Batman (1943)
Alfred Pennyworth: How many did I kill?
Bruce Wayne: Seven.
Alfred Pennyworth: But there were only four of the ruffians.
Richard Grayson: You killed three of them twice.
Alfred Pennyworth: Where are the bodies?
Bruce Wayne: We threw them out the window.

Richard Grayson: [referring to Linda] You're liable to carry that masquerade too far.
Bruce Wayne: Think so?
Richard Grayson: Yes, I do. Why don't you let her know who you really are instead of letting her think you're just a good-for-nothing playboy?
Bruce Wayne: Well, if she knew I was the Batman, she might worry - not that she cares anything about me. Besides, on account of special assignment from Uncle Sam, our success depends on keeping our ability to keep our identity a secret.
Richard Grayson: And suppose she asks about your status in the army?
Bruce Wayne: Oh, I'm only still a 4-F.

Richard Grayson: With these bells we better get out of here. We don't want the police to catch us in these outfits.

"Batman: Green Ice (#2.19)" (1966)
Dick Grayson: [Mr. Freeze has crashed the poolside reception for the Bruce Wayne Foundation] Let's get him, quick.
Bruce Wayne: [reminding his youthful ward they are not wearing their crime fighting costumes] Patience... Dick Grayson.

Dick Grayson: Holy shamrocks!

Bruce Wayne: [Bruce Wayne is being robbed at his own pool-side party and unable to slip way to become Batman] Don't fight it, Aunt Harriet. One day these men will get their just deserts.
Aunt Harriet Cooper: [disgruntled] Oh!
Dick Grayson: You said it, Aunt Harriet!

"Batman: The Animated Series: Night of the Ninja (#1.28)" (1992)
Alfred Pennyworth: Master Bruce, I'm afraid there's been another robbery of a Wayne Enterprises company.
Dick Grayson: That's the sixth one in two weeks.
Bruce Wayne: Seventh.
[Dick makes a face behind Bruce's back]
Bruce Wayne: Where, Alfred?

[Alfred is washing dishes while Dick is sitting on the kitchen counter]
Dick Grayson: Alfred, do you know anything about Bruce's training in Japan?
Alfred Pennyworth: Of course, dear boy, I was there. Lovely country. I especially like the tea.
Dick Grayson: You ever hear of somebody named Kyodai Ken?
Alfred Pennyworth: Oh, indeed. He was the only student at the martial arts school who could consistently defeat Master Bruce. A bad egg, that one.

Dick Grayson: I think Bruce is worried he can't take this ninja. He won't admit it, of course.
Alfred Pennyworth: He never admits fears, Master Dick. Haven't you learned that by now?
[Alfred turns from sink, and both Dick and Alfred gasp when they see Bruce standing in the doorway wearing formalwear]
Alfred Pennyworth: Ah, Master Bruce, I-I - ah, uh, uh...
Bruce Wayne: I'll be at the museum. I should be back by midnight.
[leaves, closing the door]
Dick Grayson: Do you think he heard us?
Alfred Pennyworth: Who can tell?

"Young Justice: Independence Day (#1.1)" (2010)
Dr. Victor Fries: The Boy Wonder. The Bat sent you to drag me off to prison. Frankly, I'm underwhelmed.
Dick Grayson: Great, but I'm kinda in a hurry here.
Dr. Victor Fries: Kids. Always in such a rush. I prefer to preserve these moments... forever.
Dick Grayson: I'm not talking to you.
[Batman arrives]

Wally West: First time at the Hall. I'm a little overwhelmed.
Dick Grayson: You're overwhelmed. Freeze was underwhelmed. Why isn't anyone ever just whelmed?

Dick Grayson: I disabled the door, we're safe.
Kaldur'ahm: We're trapped.

"Young Justice: Performance (#1.24)" (2012)
M'gann M'orzz: I feel so silly. Who knew a Martian could be vulnerable to a human virus?
Dick Grayson: Uh... H.G. Wells?

Dick Grayson: I left you behind because you know my back story. I didn't want my best pal questioning my objectivity.
Wally West: Dude, that's what a best pal's for.

Wally West: Dude, where are you?
Dick Grayson: Confidential mission. From Batman.
Wally West: Wow! You know what I'm doing? Making a baloney sandwich, kinda like you just did.

"Batman: The Animated Series: Robin's Reckoning: Part I (#1.51)" (1993)
Bruce Wayne: I know it must be very difficult.
Dick Grayson: If only I could have stopped him! I saw him coming out of the tent! I knew he didn't belong there!
Bruce Wayne: I know. You keep thinking, If only I had done something differently. If only I could have... warned them. But there isn't anything you could have done. There isn't anything either of us could have done.
Dick Grayson: Your mom and dad? Does the hurt ever go away?
Bruce Wayne: I wish I could say yes. But it will get better in time. For you. That I promise.

Dick Grayson: I'll never be like him, Alfred, never. He's a stone-cold, self-righteous...
Alfred Pennyworth: Master Dick, try not to be too critical. I'm certain whatever his reasons, Master Bruce has your best interests in mind.
Dick Grayson: He shuts me out, man, treats me like a kid!

Bruce Wayne: I know it must be very difficult.
Dick Grayson, Age 10: If only I could had stopped him. I saw him coming out of the tent! I knew he didn't belong there!
Bruce Wayne: I know. You keep thinking "if only I'd done something differently. If only I could've... Warned them". But there isn't anything you could have done. There isn't anything either of us could have done.
Dick Grayson, Age 10: Your mom and dad? Does the hurt ever go away?
Bruce Wayne: I wish I could say yes. But it'll get better in time... For you. I promise.

Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders (2016)
Dick Grayson: The prince of perverted puzzles, the Riddler.

Dick Grayson: Holy unholy alliance!

"The New Batman Adventures: Chemistry (#2.8)" (1998)
Bruce Wayne: Everything's changed for me in the past few weeks. The pain of my parents' deaths... It's still there, but it seems smaller. And there's a new feeling now.
Barbara Gordon: Which would be?
Bruce Wayne: It's a lightness. A sense that things will work out for the best.
Tim Drake: It's called happiness.
Bruce Wayne: Whatever it is, I like it. And I know who's responsible for it. I've asked Susan to marry me. She's accepted. She's everything I need. She's perfect.
Dick Grayson: There's just one problem. That.
[nods at the batsuit]
Dick Grayson: How you gonna keep it from her?
Bruce Wayne: I won't have to. I've always assumed that sooner or later the three of you would get all this. Well, it's going to be sooner. I'm not going to be Batman anymore.

Dick Grayson: I give it a month.
Barbara Gordon: You don't think the marriage will last?
Dick Grayson: Not that. I'm saying he'll have the costume on again in a month.
Barbara Gordon: I don't think so. He's changed.
Dick Grayson: Yeah, right.
Barbara Gordon: Anyone can change and settle down... even you.
Dick Grayson: Don't get your hopes up.
Barbara Gordon: Ha! As if!

"Batman: The Joker Goes to School (#1.15)" (1966)
Batman: What's your name, son?
Dick Grayson: [stands up straight] Richard Grayson, sir.
Batman: Thank you, Richard. You darken the room, I'll man the projector.

Dick Grayson: Holy magician!

"Young Justice: Happy New Year! (#2.1)" (2012)
Dick Grayson: [to Tim] Dude! Way to get your feet wet!

Dick Grayson: Tim, you'll be running gamma.
Tim Drake: Me? Dick, I've never led a squad before.
Dick Grayson: Making this a good opportunity to get your feet wet as a field leader.
Tim Drake: Because it's gamma and you're not expecting trouble or because we're stretched thin and you have no choice?
Dick Grayson: [pause] Just don't die, ok? And no unnecessary risks to the squad. That's an order.

"The New Batman Adventures: Old Wounds (#2.5)" (1998)
Batman: Where's the Joker?
Connor: I- I don't know.
[Batman slams Connor against the wall]
Connor's Son: Daddy!
Batman: Remember now?
[Robin watches as Connor's wife and child huddle in the corner in fear]
Robin (Dick Grayson): Batman, not like this. Not in front of his family.
Batman: The sooner he talks, the sooner we leave.
Robin (Dick Grayson): [Sees Connor's son starting to cry] I'm out of here now!

Robin (Dick Grayson): Batgirl. I still can't believe it. How could you keep something like this from me?
Batgirl: You weren't exactly honest with me, either.
Robin (Dick Grayson): But you told him.
Batgirl: He knew.
Batman: It wasn't my place to tell you.
Robin (Dick Grayson): But it was your place to put her in danger.
Batgirl: It wasn't like that. I volunteered!
Robin (Dick Grayson): You think you did. You don't know him like I do. He manipulates, pulls strings, anything to get what he wants.
Batman: I thought we had the same goals.
Robin (Dick Grayson): Things change. I've changed. The game's over, Batman. I quit.
Batman: Robin, wait.
[Batman grabs Robin's shoulder. Robin then turns around and hits Batman in the face]

Son of Batman (2014) (V)
Alfred Pennyworth: Are you all right, Master Dick?
Dick Grayson: I took the cut, I can take the stitch.
Damian Wayne: Maybe you need more anesthetic.
Dick Grayson: And maybe you need to go f...
Alfred Pennyworth: Master Dick.

Damian Wayne: Is this what you wore in training?
Dick Grayson: It's what I wore when I went on patrol.
Damian Wayne: The only thing that's missing is lace trim and a sun hat.
Dick Grayson: You don't fool me. I know what you're thinking. You're thinking that you could be Robin. Well, you can't.
Damian Wayne: I don't need some insipid costume and a bird name. I'm way beyond your kind of simplistic training. As you saw tonight.
Dick Grayson: Don't forget, you lost that fight.

"Nightwing: The Series: Oracle (#1.4)" (2014)
Dick Grayson: We both know Batman can't die.
Bruce Wayne: Batman won't. But Bruce Wayne will. When it comes, someone's going to have take up the mantle. There's only one person I trust to do that.
Dick Grayson: I got my ass kicked the other night.
Bruce Wayne: You made a mistake.
Dick Grayson: I can barely stand on my own let alone...
Bruce Wayne: You rushed in head first without knowing your enemy. You have a secret weapon, Dick. Use it. You're a detective. It's who we are...
Dick Grayson: It's what we do.
Bruce Wayne: You're going to be way better at this life than I ever was.

Barbara Gordon: Be careful.
Dick Grayson: Never.

"Batman: Hi Diddle Riddle (#1.1)" (1966)
Bruce Wayne: Yes, commissioner?
Commissioner Gordon: You'll never guess who's on the loose. Your old archenemy. The Riddler.
Bruce Wayne: Good heavens!
Dick Grayson: Him again!
Commissioner Gordon: Will you come to headquarters right away?
Bruce Wayne: It'll be a pleasure, Commissioner Gordon.
[hangs up Batphone after which he and Dick head for the Batpoles without another word]

Bruce Wayne: My resources are behind you... in full.
Mr. Harris: You're a real champion, Mr. Wayne.
Female visitor: Indeed you are.
Bruce Wayne: Don't mention it, Mr. Harris. Perhaps if they're had been anti-crime centers of the type you now propose when my own parents were murdered by dastardly criminals...
Bruce Wayne: [Alfred clears his throat] Yes, Alfred?
Alfred Pennyworth: [Whispers] The batphone sir.
Bruce Wayne: Forgive me. I'm just reminded I promised to take my young ward Dick Grayson fishing. If you'll excuse me.
Mr. Harris: It will be a pleasure working with you, sir.
Female visitor: It's wonderful knowing you're behind us.
Bruce Wayne: Oh there you are, Dick. Feel like a bit of... fishing?
Dick Grayson: Holy Barracuda! You mean...
[Dick notices Aunt Harriet behind him]
Dick Grayson: Sure, Bruce. Why not? Sounds swell. Doesn't it Aunt Harriet?

"Batman: Zelda the Great (#1.9)" (1966)
Aunt Harriet: [gazing at the Bat Signal up in the sky] Mercy alive, whoever that unknown Batman is, I hope he sees the signal...
Bruce Wayne: Ah!
[slaps his forehead]
Bruce Wayne: Great heavens, what a fool I am. Isn't today Wednesday, Alfred?
Alfred: Indeed, sir.
Bruce Wayne: Wednesday night, Gotham Town Hall. We have tickets to that lecture on Latin American affairs.
Dick Grayson: [snapping his fingers] Holy Venezuela, you're right!

"Batman: The Cat's Meow (#2.29)" (1966)
Dick Grayson: [to Miss Klutz] Why, you're no dance teacher! You're Catwoman!

"Batman: The Thirteenth Hat (#1.13)" (1966)
Alfred: [Bruce is explaining fine art to Dick] Forgive me for interrupting, sir, but it's the Bat phone.
Dick Grayson: Hot diggety!

"The New Batman Adventures: Sins of the Father (#1.2)" (1997)
Bruce Wayne: You work with me, Tim, you follow the rules. Rule Number One: You give me everything you've got. Rule Number Two: Then you give me more. And Rule Number Three: I make the rules.
Dick Grayson: Watch that last one, kid. It's a killer.

"Batman: Come Back, Shame (#2.25)" (1966)
Dick Grayson: What's a nice cow like you doing in a place like this?

"Young Justice: Revelation (#1.14)" (2011)
Dick Grayson: [about Superboy and Miss Martian] You know they're a couple, right?
Kaldur'ahm: I think I knew before they did.
Dick Grayson: [Wally and Artemis enter] Do we tell them?
Kaldur'ahm: It is not our place.

"Batman: The Animated Series: Christmas with the Joker (#1.38)" (1992)
Dick Grayson: [Robin and Batman are about to watch some TV] Come on, Bruce. You're gonna love "It's a Wonderful Life".
Bruce Wayne: It's not relentlessly cheerful, is it?
Dick Grayson: No, it's about the difference one man can make to an entire city. Sound familiar?

"Nightwing: The Series: Origins (#1.2)" (2014)
Bruce Wayne: Are you ready to go out?
Dick Grayson: Bruce, we literally just put her in the ground.
Bruce Wayne: The Joker's still out there.
Dick Grayson: She's dead.
Bruce Wayne: People die every day. This is the life we live: it's who we are, it's what we do.
Dick Grayson: I'm getting so sick of this. Every single person you bring into your life gets consumed by this ridiculous vendetta you have, and look at the result! I can't be apart of this anymore.
Bruce Wayne: Careful what you say next.
Dick Grayson: You and I, Batman and Robin, it's over.
Bruce Wayne: Listen to yourself, you sound like a child. Barbara would tell you the same.
[Dick swings at Bruce]
Bruce Wayne: All the training you've done, all the good you can do, you're just going to abandon all that?
Dick Grayson: You're not listening. You *never* listen. What I'm abandoning is you.
Bruce Wayne: You're not ready.
Dick Grayson: I hope you treat Jason better than you treated me.

Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero (1998) (V)
Richard 'Dick' Grayson: Thank you, Alfred. I don't know what we would do without you.
Alfred Pennyworth: Frankly, neither do I.

"Young Justice: Secrets (#1.18)" (2011)
Roy Harper: I'm not convinced. Sure you two, and Kid Flash are above suspicion. But I know Artemis isn't shooting straight. For starters, she's not Green Arrow's niece.
Kaldur'ahm: What?
Dick Grayson: Well, yeah. In fact, she's related to...
Bruce Wayne: Enough. Artemis's relations may indeed make her suspect. But she's entitled to a secret identity. I'm more concerned about Superboy. We still know very little about what Cadmus programmed into their weapon. Conner could be the mole, and not know it.

"Batman: The Animated Series: Lock-Up (#3.9)" (1994)
Dick Grayson: Another villain made possible by a grant from the Wayne Foundation.
[Batman glares at him]
Dick Grayson: Only kidding.

"Batman: Batman Stands Pat (#1.14)" (1966)
[last lines]
Dick: What's wrong, Bruce?
Bruce: It's funny, I... when I came in here I could swear I was wearing a hat.

"Batman: The Animated Series: If You're So Smart, Why Aren't You Rich? (#1.41)" (1992)
[last lines]
Dick Grayson: But that creep Mockridge got to pocket a cool ten mil from the buyout. What a burn!
Bruce Wayne: Maybe. But we've searched everywhere for the Riddler, and he's still out there.
[Mockridge is shown, shivering with fear, locking five separate deadbolts on his front door, then tip-toeing to his bedroom, carrying a shotgun]
Bruce Wayne: [voice-over] Mockridge may have his money, but he won't be sleeping well at night.
[Still shivering, Mockridge looks nervously under the bed, then puts down his shotgun and climbs into bed. He turns out the light and lies awake, staring at the ceiling]
Bruce Wayne: [voice-over] How much is a good night's sleep worth? Now there's a riddle for you.

"Batman: Smack in the Middle (#1.2)" (1966)
Bruce Wayne: I have only one regret in the whole affair. One thing that makes me heartsick.
[as Bruce stares towards the window, a superimposed image of Molly appears shaped like a star]
Dick Grayson: Molly? You kind of liked her, didn't you?
Bruce Wayne: [turns around] If only I could have helped her somehow. Weened her from that tragic alliance with the underworld which led to...
Aunt Harriet: [Aunt Harriet comes in carrying a tray filled with milk, tea and cookies] Oh dear me, Bruce, I hope you're not speaking of any young lady we know. I mean the thought of young Dick being exposed to any criminal element is...
Bruce Wayne: Rest at ease, Aunt Harriet, the young lady won't trouble us. She's merely someone I passed like a ship in the night. Now vanished like a puff of smoke.

"The New Batman Adventures: Animal Act (#2.4)" (1998)
Tim Drake: [Regarding the Haley's Circus] This must've been such a cool place to grow up.
[Dick looks up, noticing acrobats performing on the trapeze]
Dick Grayson: ...It was.

"Young Justice: Disordered (#1.17)" (2011)
Dick Grayson: Hurting? Try traumatized. I finally become leader and wind up sending all my friends to their deaths. I -I know I did what I had to do, but I hated it. When we first started this team, I was desperate to be in charge - not anymore. And - and that's not even the worst of it... You can't tell Batman.
Black Canary: Nothing leaves this room.
Dick Grayson: I always wanted - expected to-to grow up and - and become him. And the hero bit, I'm still all in. But that thing inside of him, that thing that drives him to sacrifice everyhing fro the sake of his mission, that's not me. I don't want to be Batman - anymore.

"Batman: The Purr-fect Crime (#1.19)" (1966)
Dick Grayson: Holy Reshevsky!

"Batman: The Curse of Tut (#1.27)" (1966)
Dick Grayson: Holy hieroglyphics! This might mean a battle royale!
Bruce Wayne: Not the first, Dick, not the last. To the Batpoles.

The Complete Robin Storyboard Sequence (2005) (V)
Dick Grayson: [Batman grabs Dick Grayson] Let me go! You bastard!
The Joker: Hmm. I like your boyfriend. He's kinda hot. Ha ha.
Batman: Take me. Let the boy go.
The Joker: Ha ha! Gosh, I could kill you Batman, but then you'd miss my party, and you, Batman, you're the guest of honor!
Batman: What are you talking about?
The Joker: Batman, don't you recognize your old pal, Jack? After all, you made me what I am today
[the Joker laughs and takes off]
Dick Grayson: No! He killed my parents!

Batman: Under the Red Hood (2010) (V)
Bruce Wayne: [Dick has been injured] Alfred, take him home.
Dick Grayson: I can help.
Bruce Wayne: You already have. Thank you.
Dick Grayson: Alright but you know where to find me if you need me. He did just... thank me didn't he?
Alfred Pennyworth: Indeed he did sir.
Dick Grayson: Weird.

"Young Justice: Alpha Male (#1.13)" (2011)
Kaldur'ahm: [Quietly to Batman] Sportsmaster revealed the possibility of a mole within the team. In light of last night's attack, Red Tornado would appear to be the traitor. But whether he betrayed us willingly or was preprogrammed is still...
Conner Kent: [Conner launches himself at Kaldur] YOU KNEW? That android and his maniac family nearly killed M'Gann!
M'gann M'orzz: [Flying towards them] Conner, what are you doing?
Conner Kent: Kaldur knew we had a traitor among us and *said nothing*!
Dick Grayson: You knew?
Wally West: And didn't tell us?

"Batman: He Meets His Match, the Grisly Ghoul (#1.16)" (1966)
Susie: Good gravy, it's Dick Grayson, president of the school council!
Nick: A goodnik like that? Coming in here?
Dick Grayson: [Dick walks in wearing black leather] Hiya, Sue-baby, how's tricks?
[puts a miniature camera on the counter in plain sight]

"The New Batman Adventures: Joker's Millions (#1.7)" (1998)
Dick Grayson: You sure The Joker's inside?
Barbara Gordon: The Penguin's throwing a "going legit" party.
Oswald Cobblepot: Sorry, we're full up tonight. Shoo, shoo.
Barbara Gordon: [loudly] Gee, you'd never think Penguin would turn away the Police Commissioner's daughter.
Oswald Cobblepot: [under his breath] Egad, Gordon's brat!
[speaks up]
Oswald Cobblepot: My dear Miss Gordon, how nice to see you! Welcome, have fun, and by all means, send the bill to me.
Barbara Gordon: Thank you, Mr. Cobblepot.
Oswald Cobblepot: [muttering] Lousy little freeloader...

"Batman: The Animated Series: Riddler's Reform (#3.3)" (1994)
[last lines; after Bruce explains how he escaped]
Dick Grayson: [chuckles] Nice going, Bruce. Man, I'd have never thought of that.
Bruce Wayne: Neither would the Riddler.
[cut to the Riddler, who is back in Arkham]
The Riddler: It's impossible, I tell you! Impossible! My trap was perfect! HOW DID HE DO IT? I have to know! Somebody tell me! It's not fair! There was no way, I tell you! No way he could have gotten out! Somebody tell me! Do you hear me? SOMEBODY TELL ME HOW HE DID IT! I have to know! I HAVE TO KNO-O-O-O-OW!

"The Batman/Superman Hour: A Game of Cat and Mouse/Beware of Living Dolls (#1.10)" (1968)
[last lines]
Dick Grayson: Just goes to show you that consorting with criminals doesn't pay any more than crime itself. Right, Bruce?
Bruce Wayne: [clearing his throat] ... So it would seem, Dick.
[Dick hides a wicked grin]

Batgirl (1967) (TV)
Dick Grayson: Holy apparition!
Batgirl: No, Boy Wonder. I'm Batgirl! You're no longer alone, Caped Crusaders.

"Batman: The Joker Is Wild (#1.5)" (1966)
Aunt Harriet Cooper: I'm afraid you're going to have to practice more diligently, Dick. You're just not making any progress with Chopin.
Dick Grayson: Gee whiz, Aunt Harriet, what's so important about Chopin?
Bruce Wayne: All music is important, Dick. It's the universal language. One of our best hopes for the eventual realization of the brotherhood of man.

"Batman: Fine Feathered Finks (#1.3)" (1966)
Dick Grayson: Oh, heck! What's the use of learning French anyway?
Bruce Wayne: Dick, I am surprised at you. Language is the key to world peace. If we all spoke each other's tongues, perhaps the scourge of war would be ended forever.
Dick Grayson: Gosh, Bruce, yes. I'll get these darn verbs if they kill me.

"Batman: The Animated Series: I Am the Night (#1.34)" (1992)
Batman: When all is said and done, how much good have I accomplished? They sell t-shirts of me. I've become a cliché. More good for the tourists trade than the streets.
Dick Grayson: This city would fall apart without you!
Batman: Maybe. Maybe not. When you look too long into the abyss, the abyss looks back through you. Maybe it's time for Batman to return to the night that spawned him. Before anyone else gets hurt!

"Young Justice: Homefront (#1.12)" (2011)
Dick Grayson: We'll laugh about this one day.
[Dick takes a picture with himself and Artemis. Then runs off]
Artemis: Uh, who was that?
Bette Kane: A Freshman. Ignore him.
Barbara Gordon: Dick. What was that about?
Dick Grayson: Nothing Barbara, just being friendly to the new girl.

"Batman: The Spell of Tut (#2.7)" (1966)
Dick Grayson: Holy hieroglyphics!

"Batman: The Animated Series: The Terrible Trio (#4.1)" (1995)
Dick Grayson: The Terrible Trio strikes again. How 'bout those masks? They look like refugees from Mardi Gras.
Bruce Wayne: Predators of land, sea and air.
Dick Grayson: Maybe they're experts in those areas.
Bruce Wayne: The only thing these guys are experts in is arrogance.

"Batman: Fine Finny Fiends (#1.33)" (1966)
Dick Grayson: Holy Wayne Manor! You don't mean our Alfred?
Bruce Wayne: Yes, Dick, I mean our Alfred.

"Nightwing: The Series: Descent (#1.3)" (2014)
Barbara Gordon: I take it by your surprise, you've known.
Dick Grayson: That the bullet that supposed to kill you only lacerated your spinal cord, or that you've been alive this entire time and just forgot to mention it to me?
Barbara Gordon: Okay, you're upset.
Dick Grayson: And here I thought I was being subtle.
Barbara Gordon: I can leave, it that's what you want.
Dick Grayson: Well, Barbara, you came all the way back from the dead to see me. So, what do *you* want?
Barbara Gordon: Deathstroke. We've been tracking his movements for months, and he resurfaced again last night. Oh, it looks like you already know that.
Dick Grayson: Yeah. He's in Blüdhaven. That means he belongs to me. Not you, not Bruce. He's mine.

"The Batman/Superman Hour: The Jigsaw Jeopardy/Wrath of the Riddler (#1.16)" (1968)
Dick Grayson: [at the end of it while the Riddler's men are at the base ready to advance] Careful. It's dangerous to fool around on diving boards!
[leaps off and somersaults in midair so they charge and end up falling into the swimming pool]

"Batman: Batman Is Riled (#1.6)" (1966)
Aunt Harriet Cooper: It's time for your piano lesson, Dick.
Dick Grayson: [watching television with Bruce and Alfred] Aw, gee, Aunt Harriet, I wanna hear about the Joker!
Aunt Harriet Cooper: The Joker?
[turns off the television set]
Aunt Harriet Cooper: Bruce Wayne, I'm surprised at you. Allowing a boy Dick's age to listen to such sordid goings on.
[Bruce winks at Dick as Aunt Harriet addresses Dick]
Aunt Harriet Cooper: Now you march yourself straight over to that piano, young man.
Dick Grayson: [desperate glance at Bruce] Golly G-minor, Bruce, do I have to?
Bruce Wayne: Who am I to oppose your Aunt Harriet? I doubt whether even Batman would wanna take that job on.