Dreamworker Quotes

Gabrielle: You think youíre man enough to test my blade? Do you? Your type are all cowards! Iíve met and defeated tens of hundreds of your type! So, come on. Make your move. Or, are you waiting for me to make the first move? First mistake? Well, thatís your first mistake, waiting for my mistake! ĎCause I donít make mistakes! Hah! Huh! Let that be a lesson to you.

Xena: This is not a plaything.
Gabrielle: I said Iíd get some wood. I didnít say _how_ I was going to get it.
Xena: Youíre lucky the tree was unarmed.

Gabrielle: You know? Doesnít it make more sense that I should learn how to defend myself? I think it makes more sense.
Xena: Donít confuse defending yourself with using a weapon. When you pull a sword, you have to be ready to kill.
Gabrielle: You donít think I know that?
Xena: No-- I donít think you do. People are too quick to go for their sword. It should always be the last resort.
Gabrielle: I donít want to learn to kill. I want to learn to survive.

Gabrielle: I still canít believe it. They came right for me when I picked up the sword.

Gabrielle: Itís the most beautiful sword Iíve ever seen. And-- oh! Believe me, Iíve handled plenty.

Xena: Whatís the matter with you?
Gabrielle: What do you mean?
Xena: I donít know. You just seem-- bigger.
Gabrielle: Oh! Hmm! No, Iím not. Itís just this mountain air. I feel motivated.

Gabrielle: Hah! Itís not like your breasts arenít dangerous enough.

Manus: You have been selected to be the bride of Morpheus.
Gabrielle: Bride? Morpheus? No, youíve got the wrong girl-- take my word for it. Iím not the wifely type. I-- Well, I sleep late; I donít know a lick about housework. And children? I mean, look at these hipbones. No way.

Gabrielle: Theyíre going to sacrifice me. Theyíre going to sacrifice me not. Theyíre going to sacrifice me.

Xena: Wait-- I donít know if youíre real or not.
Gabrielle: You donít know if Iím real? This is my dream. Iím the only one who is real.

Xena: Tell me something about you I donít know.
Gabrielle: Very well. All right. N-- nobody but my mother knows this. I had six toes on my right foot when I was born.

Gabrielle: I donít suppose that y-- youíd want to let me sleep a little longer-- would you? I mean-- Iíd hate to show up the blushing bride with circles under my eyes.

Gabrielle: Use what I know. Use what Iím good at. I'm not really good at anything except-- talking. Slow down! Not all at once. I mean, letís face it-- Iím going to get a bit tired. So why donít we be fair about this? Whichever one of you is the best fighter-- Iíll take you on first. And then the second, and then-- well-- the easy pickings. So, who is it? Whoís the best? You-- really? Well, I would have thought-- yeah-- that would have been my guess.

Gabrielle: Youíre the key to my nightmares. And no matter what part of me you think you are-- I control you.

Gabrielle: Xena-- I could have killed someone. I mean-- I was capable of it.
Xena: Weíre all capable of it. The point is, you didnít cross that line.
Gabrielle: But I got close enough to peak over. And what I saw scared me.
Xena: See how calm the surface of the water is. That was me once. And then-- The water ripples and churns; thatís what I became.
Gabrielle: But if we sit here long enough it will go back to being still again. It will go back to being calm.
Xena: But the stoneís still under there. Itís now part of the lake. It might look as it did before, but itís forever changed. Come on-- letís go.
Gabrielle: For your first stab at wisdom, you did all right.
Xena: I was just saying that for your benefit. You didnít think I meant it, did you?
Gabrielle: Huh! Not me-- I wasnít fooled.