Maid Marian and Her Merry Men Quotes

Barrington: [to Marian] You do know we want you to go on being our leader, don't you?
Rabies: Yeah! Robin wanted me to be a bouncer, but I can't bounce.
Little Ron: Anyway, your gang's more fun, with all the killing and maiming and stuff!
Robin: Hang on! She made us look stupid, and I hate looking stupid. And you lost us all our money!
'Rotten' Rose Scargill: And she snogged that double-crossing Much in public!
Marian: At least I didn't snog him in private like *some* people. Anyway, it wasn't a proper snog. I was thinking of something else.
Robin: Oh, I always do that when I'm snogging.

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Gary: [as he's picking up things that can't be seen] Bye-bye! Bye-bye! Bye-bye!
The Sheriff: Gary, what are you doing?
Gary: Oh, I'm saying goodbye to the germs, sir. They're going out of the bin, and into the rubbish tip where they can make new friends in a totally different environment.
The Sheriff: So it's more of a club 18-30s than a rubbish tip, is it, Gary?
Gary: Yes, sir.
The Sheriff: Wrong! [sprays a can of disinfectant]
The Sheriff: It's a funeral parlour! Gary, sometimes you're as stupidly sentimental as an Australian Soap Opera. Now get this place tidied up before we all die of the bubonic plague. And Graeme?
Graeme: Yes, sir?
The Sheriff: Get this old tin of paint out of here by 12 o'clock. Otherwise I'll chop you into a rather easy two-piece jigsaw.

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Guy of Gisborne: [singing] Ding-a-ling-a-ling / Dong-a-long-a-long / I'm a little silly / And this is my song / Dong-a-long-a-long / Ding-a-ling-a-lilly / This is my song / And I'm a little silly.
King John: Guy, will you please stop putting me off with your mindless moronic drivel. It's bad enough to win the Eurovision Song Contest!

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Marian: If a Norman wants me to be cheese- then that's the last thing I'll be!

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Marian: [Robin's in prison, and he thinks Marian is a traitor. Marian has got the key to open the cell door and she is outside trying to save him] Robin, Robin where are you?
Robin: That's *my* business, I think.
Marian: It's me, Marian.
Robin: What do you want? Got bored canoodling with our deadly enemies, have you? Snogged so many Normans you've run out of lipsil?
Marian: What are you talking about? I've got the key! I've come to set you free!
Robin: I'd rather stay in here, thank you, Miss Traitor.
Marian: Don't be silly. [she proceeds to open the door]
Robin: Don't touch that door! Guards! Guards! Help! There's a woman trying to set me free!
Marian: Robin, do you really want to have your head chopped off?
Robin: Yes, if it means I don't have to look at your double-crossing face again, yes, I certainly do. [she proceeds to open the door again]
Robin: Guards, guards, quick! She's got the key in the door!
Marian: [she enters the cell] Robin, do you really want to be sliced into more pieces than a package of garlic sausage?
The Sheriff: [sneaking up from behind] Apparently, he does, my little vixen.

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Robin: I'm Chief Dentist Robin, and I've got about seven dentisting certificates on my wall, you know? This is Dentist Barrington, Dentist Little Ron...
Rabies: And I'm Rabies, aren't I?
Robin: Of course you are! And you're a dentist too, aren't you?
Rabies: No.
Robin: No. How silly of me. He's the hygienist!
Marian's Mum: What, with those teeth?
Little Ron: No, he uses his hands.
Marian: [breezes in, carrying a large stack of files] Morning, dentists!
Robin: Hey, it's Maid Marian, our dental receptionist!

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