Riddick: Cute goat. What's his name? Kitty: Beelzebub. Riddick: So, you name my hound Toby and then you name a goat Beelzebub. Kitty: I didn't name him Beelzebub.
Riddick: Chef might have some objection to you bringing him in the kitchen. Kitty: What Chef doesn't know can't hurt us.
Riddick: You OK, "Mr. Orlock?" Orlock: You can call me Max, if you want to.
Kermit: This is one of our assistants. She will show you your dressing room and help you if you need anything.
- Finally some peace and quiet. I really need a nap.
Kermit: Oh, hello Barbara. I haven't seen you in a long time. Barbara: I've been busy. I just saw Piggy. I'm sorry it didn't work out between you two. Kermit: Are you really? Barbara: No.
Kermit: You know she's going to hate you after this, don't you? Barbara: Why would she? I got the impression that she's gotten over it. Kermit: So soon? Are you kidding?
Kermit: Don't tell her. It's safer that way.
Penguin 1: I saw a blonde in a purple dress coming out of Kermit's office. - A good looking, skinny blonde. She really should have tidied herself before coming out. Penguin 2: Oh. Wonder what will happen, if Miss Piggy finds out.
Orlock: So I panicked. You would have too. How was I supposed to know he was with you? And more importantly, how could he have known I'm your friend?
Orlock: Who's that? And why is she lying on the floor? Kitty: I think she's dead.
Kermit: Damn. What now? Do we ask Holmes here again? Even he can't make this a suicide. Kitty: What choice do we have? We can't just dump her in the garbage, however tempting that may be. Orlock: Why not?
Watson: Looks like she got hit in the head with that fire extinguisher. Holmes: Yes, yes, yes. Anyone can see that. Try to come up with something useful. I'll go and interview the others.
Riddick: Does he always treat you like that? Watson: It's been getting worse. But he's so out of it nowadays that if I said nothing he would never get any cases solved.
Holmes: It was an accident. She tripped and hit her head to the fire extinguisher. Watson: The back of her head? Holmes: Don't interrupt me while I'm explaining how I solved the case with my brilliant skills of deduction.
Kermit: You know, there is a positive side to this. Riddick: Really? And that is? Kermit: Now I don't have to explain to her how it was all just fun and nothing serious.
Kermit: Please tell me you didn't do it.
Piggy: All I am saying is that if I were to do something like that, it would not constitute a breaking of the promise. The previous one was poisoning and I said I would never do something like that again. This was nothing like poisoning.
Piggy (thinking): Why didn't that little slut understand that when I said I won't mind, it was just trying to be civilized? A real friend wouldn't even have asked such a thing.
Riddick: Still being bothered by the pig? Kermit: Unfortunately. Riddick: I have a suggestion. There is a small risk of her becoming a serial killer, but if it works, you'll be free.