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Diana Prince (Character)
from "Wonder Woman" (1975)

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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)
Bruce Wayne: You don't know me, but I've known a few women like you.
Diana Prince: Oh, I don't think you've ever known a woman like me.

Diana Prince: [to Bruce Wayne] You know, it's true what they say about little boys: born with no natural inclination to share.

Diana Prince: A hundred years ago I walked away from mankind; from a century of horrors... Men made a world where standing together is impossible.
Bruce Wayne: Men are still good. We fight, we kill, we betray one another, but we can rebuild. We can do better. We will. We have to.

Diana Prince: The others like me... Why did you say they'll have to fight?
Bruce Wayne: Just a feeling.

Bruce Wayne: Excuse me, miss. The other night you took something that doesn't belong to you. Stealing's not polite.
Diana Prince: Is it stealing if you steal from another thief?

Bruce Wayne: Who are you?
Diana Prince: Someone interested in the same man you are.

Bruce Wayne: All the circuses back east - burying an empty box
Diana Prince: They don't know how to honor him. Except as a soldier.
Bruce Wayne: I've failed him... in life. I won't fail him in death. Help me find the others like you.
Diana Prince: Perhaps they don't want to be found.
Bruce Wayne: They will. And they'll fight. We have to stand together.
Diana Prince: A hundred years ago I walked away from mankind - from a century of horrors. Man made a world where standing together is impossible.
Bruce Wayne: Men are still good. We fight. We kill. We betray one another. But we can rebuild. We can do better. We will. We have to.
[Scene of funeral ceremony and graffiti : IF YOU SEEK HIS MONUMENT LOOK AROUND YOU]
Diana Prince: The others like me. Why did you say they'll have to fight?
Bruce Wayne: Just a feeling.

"Justice League: Maid of Honor (#2.7)" (2003)
Bruce Wayne: [dancing with Diana] I'm a little surprised to see you here. From what I've heard, this isn't really your kind of affair.
Princess Diana: I've decided to get out more, have a little fun.
Bruce Wayne: [twirls her] Enjoying yourself so far?
Princess Diana: More than I expected. What about you? What brings you to the City of Lights?
Bruce Wayne: I never miss a good party. I may also have to attend to some business while I'm in town.

[as Bruce and Diana are dancing, terrorists drop in and seize Princess Audrey]
Bruce Wayne, Princess Diana: Excuse me.
[they break off in different directions; Bruce starts to loosen his tie... then sees Diana fly up and grab Audrey away]
Princess Diana: Always this popular?
Princess Audrey: Yes, although my admirers are usually unarmed.
[as she drops Audrey and flies at the terrorists, Bruce smiles and puts his tie back in place]

[in a club, Audrey and Diana are besieged by paparazzi]
Princess Audrey: Would you be a dear and pummel them mercilessly?
[Diana lifts her into the air]
Princess Diana: I don't think that'll be necessary.
[she flies out the door, Audrey whooping with glee]

[at a party, Diana is surrounded by a crowd]
Reporter: What is it like working with Superman?
Dignitary: When you fought the aliens, were you scared?
Princess Diana: Um...
2nd Dignitary: Are you really from an island with no men?
Princess Diana: I...
[a hand appears]
Bruce Wayne: May I have this dance?
Princess Diana: Yes!
[Diana is led away from the crowd]
Princess Diana: Thank you, Mr...?
Bruce Wayne: Wayne. Bruce Wayne.

Princess Diana: I'm not sure I believe you, Mister Savage.
Vandal Savage: I'm not sure I care.

"Justice League: The Balance (#4.5)" (2005)
Hermes: Felix Faust is on the loose.
Princess Diana: Felix Faust is dead.
Hermes: Yes, and pretty upset about it, too.

Hermes: I've got something for you, here, it's pretty important. Zeus paid for overnight service. Here it is.
[Hands Diana a scroll]
Princess Diana: "For a good time, call Podênemos."
Hermes: [takes back the scroll chuckling] Wrong scroll. I think I got a shot, it's her cell number... Here we go.
[reads the scroll]
Hermes: "By decree of Zeus, father of Olympus, it is so ordered: Diana of Themyscira will travel to Tartarus and set right what has been disturbed."
Princess Diana: He's telling me to go to...
Hermes: Basically.

Princess Diana: Why should I care?
Hermes: You mean, besides the whole direct-order-from-the-gods thing?

Princess Diana: [of Faust and Hades] So far as I'm concerned they deserve each other.

"Wonder Woman: The Murderous Missile (#2.22)" (1978)
Diana Prince: What's the matter with the people in this town, anyway? They act like they've, eh, never seen a stranger before.
Ernie: Stranger?
Diana Prince: Yeah.
Ernie: Oh, sure we get strangers through here all the time. Anyway, six, eight times a year.

Diana Prince: I can't seem to get my car radio to work.
George: Oh, maybe, you, you'll read a newspaper.
[takes a paper from his satchel and hands her one]
George: Only costs a dime.
Diana Prince: But this, eh, this newspaper is, eh, three weeks old, George.
George: Yes, that's why it costs a dime. Costs a quarter new.

Diana Prince: Well what about a bus? There's got to be a bus that goes through Burrogone?
George: [thinks for a moment] One came through... eh, eh... about eight years ago. The driver was lost.

Beal: [picking up a gun belonging to an unconcious man] Did you know he was packing this?
Diana Prince: [nervous laugh] It looked a lot bigger when it was pointing at me.

"Wonder Woman: Light-fingered Lady (#2.13)" (1978)
Ryan: [Ryan is introducing 'Lil' to the rest of the gang] And watch out for this one: his name's Grease. Our mechanic and general handyman.
Diana Prince: Hi.
[shakes his hand]
Grease: [speaking very quickly] Better looking than a set of white walls on a 54 Sedan.

Diana Prince: [posing as Lil Thaxton] I get you the plans and you let me in on whatever it is you want them for. Is it a deal?
Caribe: Obviously. It's the only kind I insist upon: I can't lose.

Diana Prince: [Leech is locked in a closed and banging on the inside door until Diana, posing as Lil, eters] Will you please be quiet. Wonder Woman has ears like radar!
Leech: Boy, when the heat's after you, it's after you in a big way.
Diana Prince: Well I can handle it, Leech, I don't get locked in closets.

Caribe: [about to smuggle Diana into a sarcophagus] This Egyptian chamber was the great resting place for Queen Nefertiti, for thousands of years. You can enjoy the discomfort for an hour or two.
Diana Prince: Well, Queen Nefertiti was hardly in a position to refuse.

"Wonder Woman: The Fine Art of Crime (#3.4)" (1978)
Shubert: [shouting] The crystal! It's been stolen!
Diana Prince: Stolen. From you? Y-you're a fence!
Shubert: What is the world coming to?

Diana Prince: [Diana is using her pass to open the door to Irac's room] Care to join me?
Colonel Steve Trevor, Jr.: Oh, no thanks. I have no desire to make a bad day even worse.
Diana Prince: Coward.

Diana Prince: [looking at a polaroid picture] Well, Mr. Goodman, you are about to grow another shadow.

Irac: A word of caution, Diana Prince: the thief obviously wanted the IADC to reach this conclusion. His or her reasons are still unknown.
Diana Prince: Well, I'm aware of that, Irac, that's why I intend to go as...
[catches herself]
Diana Prince: ... um... and be very careful.
[blows the computer a little kiss]
Diana Prince: Bye.
Irac: Even Wonder Woman cannot be too careful, Diana Prince.

"Wonder Woman: Going, Going, Gone (#3.13)" (1979)
Steve Trevor: My orders are to stay put until this incident's all cleared up.
Diana Prince: Poor you, stuck in Southern California for the duration.
Steve Trevor: [chuckles] Yeah, only I'm afraid it's poor you, too, because your orders are to do all the legwork.

Steve Trevor: Now you and I will do the same double agent routine that we did in Amsterdam last spring.
Diana Prince: Only this time, we're gonna need more green stuff. A lot more.

Steve Trevor: Too bad about one thing, though.
Diana Prince: What's that?
Steve Trevor: If both of us go undercover, poor Mr. Zukov is not gonna have anybody to tail.
Diana Prince: [smiles] Cold War is hell, isn't it?

Vladimir Zukov: I don't know how you conned your way in here, Miss Prince, but you are to be commended.
Diana Prince: And you are to be commended, Mr. Zukov. Most double agents look lousy in business suits.

"Wonder Woman: Knockout (#2.5)" (1977)
Diana Prince: I'm gonna take a chance and tell you something: there's a car following us.
Pete: Yeah, I noticed. Eh, husband, boyfriend, cops?

Pete: [about Wonder Woman] She eh, she usually show up when you're in some kinda trouble?
Diana Prince: Well sometimes, but usually when the man that I work with is in trouble.
Pete: Ah.

Joe Atkinson: [on speakerphone in office] Diana, can you have a bag packed in twenty minutes?
Diana Prince: [at home on hotline] Fifteen.

U.S. President: Well Steve, we certainly can't take the last few days of your vaction time. Do you plan to continue?
Steve Trevor, Jr.: Eh, yes, well, I've been giving that some thought, Sir, and eh, it's not a bad time of the year in Washington.
Diana Prince: Oh no, not at all, it's just hot, muggy, crowded with tourists.
Joe Atkinson: And then the airconditioning unit in your apartment has been going out regularly.
Steve Trevor, Jr.: [a beat] Would you believe San Francisco?

"Wonder Woman: The Queen and the Thief (#2.7)" (1977)
Joe Atkinson: Why has every crisis since World War Two happen right in the middle of my beauty sleep?
Diana Prince: [understanding] Hmm.
Steve Trevor, Jr.: You're not getting too old for this, are you, Joe?
Joe Atkinson: I was too old for this before either one of you were born.
[Diana giggles]

Diana Prince: Evan Robley has stolen just about everything from everybody.
[Steve hands her a cup of coffee]
Diana Prince: Thank you, Steve.
Steve Trevor, Jr.: If there were a thieves hall of fame, Evan Robley would be a charter member.
US President: [voice coming from monitor] Well said, Steve.

Evan Robley: [posing as Count Diaz] No one as lovely as you should be serving tea.
[takes the tray from Diana and puts it down]
Diana Prince: Oh, it's my privilege, sir. Will that be all?
Evan Robley: Certainly not. I intend to order everything in cousin Catherine's royal kitchen.

Steve Trevor, Jr.: [viewing the Malakarian reception on a TV screen] Wonder Woman would have loved this.
Diana Prince: Oh Steve, she's... she's probably seen it all before. With the original cast.
[both laugh, freeze frame on Diana's radiant smile]

Wonder Woman (2017)
Diana Prince: You're a man...
Steve Trevor: Yeah... I mean... do I not look like one?

Steve Trevor: Have you never met a man before? What about your father?
Diana Prince: I have no father. I was brought to life by Zeus.
Steve Trevor: Well that's neat.

Steve Trevor: I can't let you do this...
Diana Prince: What I do is not up to you.

Etta Candy: I'm Steve Trevor's secretary.
Diana Prince: What is a secretary?
Etta Candy: I go where he tells me to go, I do what he tells me to do.
Diana Prince: Where we come from, that's called slavery.
Etta Candy: I like her!

"Wonder Woman: The Boy Who Knew Her Secret: Part 2 (#3.21)" (1979)
Diana Prince: Skip, a person becomes whatever he or she really wants to be. Now that's a little known law of nature, but, if you want to be a writer, you'll be one.

Diana Prince: Oh, hi Skip, come on in. What' you up to?
Skip: Oh, about five foot nine.
[Diana laughs]
Skip: Listen, I've been spying at them out there...
Diana Prince: [not listening] Five foot nine, that's cute.
Skip: Standard comeback line. Listen, it, it seems to me that they're building a, a, a... pyramid out of those rocks.
Diana Prince: [slaps his hand] I got to remember that one.

Diana Prince: Skip, what is the matter with you?
Skip: Well, I'm just going nuts, that's all. I mean everything is upside down, backwards, not the way it's supposed to be and no ones round to explain why.

Diana Prince: [on phone in hotel room] Spare me the fancy rethoric, operator. It's quite obvious what is really going on.
[listens for a moment]
Diana Prince: Never mind my name.
[hangs up]
Colonel Steve Trevor, Jr.: [Meanwhile, in his office, Steve also hangs up a phone] I still can't get through. It seems like Crystal Lake is in the middle of the greatest communications breakdown in history!

"Wonder Woman: The Bermuda Triangle Crisis (#2.4)" (1977)
Diana Prince: Where ever you have human mysery, you can find Manta's hand.
Steve Trevor, Jr.: I wonder how long he's been operating in the Triangle. You know, years ago my father crash landed somewhere around here.
Diana Prince: Oh?
Steve Trevor, Jr.: Yeah. If Manta was behind that, maybe I'll get a chance to even the score.

Manta: The triangle's mine. Though I traded on it's reputation and added a few tricks of my own. I need a base of operations.
Diana Prince: You and everyone else who ever wanted to rule the world.
Manta: Rule the world?
Diana Prince: Yes.
Manta: The world is perfect for my needs just as it is. I couldn't improve it. Countries talk of international goodwill and then conspire against each other. Me, I'm just a simple profiteer. I go to one country and I say, "Look! Your neighbor's got a gun!" and I sell him a cannon. And then I go to the first country...
Diana Prince: ...And you say "Your neighbors have a cannon!" and you sell them a bomb.
Diana Prince: Yes! Isn't it glorious? And then after they blow each other half out of existence, I sell them food, for famine always follows war, and medicine, for disease always follows famine. War, pestilence, famine, and disease. Oh, the world is perfect just as it is, I wouldn't change a hair. I love it.
Steve Trevor, Jr.: You're a madman.
Manta: Thank you. All great men are called something like that.

Manta: The I.A.D.C. is the greatest single obstacle to my continuing success. Now, I know a great deal about your agency, as you can tell. But, there's nothing like first-hand information.
Diana Prince: You're talking about betraying our country.
Manta: Your people are playing cops and robbers with me! Might be profitable to find out where the cops are, huh? Profitable for, for us both.
Steve Trevor, Jr.: Manta, there's a lady present or I would tell you precisely what you can do with your proposition.
Diana Prince: Let me tell him.

Manta: The triangle's mine. Though I traded on it's reputation and added a few tricks of my own. I need a base of operations.
Diana Prince: You and everyone else who ever wanted to rule the world.
Manta: Rule the world?
Diana Prince: Yes.
Manta: The world is perfect for my needs just as it is. I couldn't improve it. Countries talk of international goodwill and then conspire against each other. Me, I'm just a simple profiteer. I go to one country and I say, "Look! Your neighbor's got a gun!" and I sell him a cannon. And then I go to the first country...
Diana Prince: ...And you say "Your neighbors have a cannon!" and you sell them a bomb.
Manta: Yes! Isn't it glorious? And then after they blow each other half out of existence, I sell them food, for famine always follows war, and medicine, for disease always follows famine. War, pestilence, famine, and disease. Oh, the world is perfect just as it is, I wouldn't change a hair. I love it.
Steve Trevor, Jr.: You're a madman.
Manta: Thank you. All great men are called something like that.

"Wonder Woman: My Teenage Idol Is Missing (#3.1)" (1978)
Whitney: I saw them take him away at gunpoint. Do you think I made it up?
Diana Prince: No, I think you saw something... you probably just misunderstood.
Whitney: I didn't misunderstand! I know what a mask is for and I know what a gun is for. I'm not a baby!

Diana Prince: Mr. Ripley. Eh, I know that Lane has been kidnapped. I'm here to help.
Ashton Ripley: Mind your own business, lady, that's how you can help!

Whitney: I may as well die now, Diana.
Diana Prince: What?
Whitney: I have nothing left to live for.
Diana Prince: [laughs] Well eh, how about a hot fudge sundae after the show?
Whitney: With peanuts?
Diana Prince: The works.
Whitney: You're on!

"Wonder Woman: The Man Who Wouldn't Tell (#2.20)" (1978)
Colonel Steve Trevor, Jr.: [on phone in office] Hopewell and Furst.
Diana Prince: [on receiver in car] You got it. Furst is in this up to his... corporate wallet.

Diana Prince: Alan might be in a lot of trouble.
Meg: Look, I don't care. I really do not care. That guy has dumped me five times. First it was the stewardess, then the nurse, then the teachers assistant then the cashier in the bookstore and finally the meter maid.

Diana Prince: You know, it's really funny. I have dealt with spies from over the world. Only now I find out the most ruthless ones are in the business world.

"Wonder Woman: Stolen Faces (#3.10)" (1978)
Doctor: [Diana is inspecting a fake Wonder Woman costume and wig] Could even fool the real Wonder Woman, don't you think?
Diana Prince: Oh, I don't know...

Nancy: Look, you're just picking on me, 'cause I got a record. I make a couple of mistakes and all of a sudden I'm open game for anybody with a fancy I.D. Oh yeah, sure, badger her, call her a liar, she's used to it.
Nancy: Well I'm not.
Diana Prince: I'm sorry. After all, you are here because you saved a child's life.
Nancy: Doubt if I ever do that again.

Diana Prince: You okay?
Colonel Steve Trevor, Jr.: Oh, yeah. Just another lump on the head to go with my collection.

"Wonder Woman: The Starships Are Coming (#3.15)" (1979)
Colonel Steve Trevor, Jr.: [on phone in his office] But, with everything I've heard to day, the idea of somebody being kidnapped by a starship's beginning to sound tame.
Diana Prince: [on other line, at a payphone] I know what you mean.

Diana Prince: I see, you made a UFO out of a blimp and some colored lights.
Mason Steele: Combined with the appropriate sound effects, it could even fool a martian or two.

Diana Prince: You really are insane.
Mason Steele: We all have our passions. Mine is to see that democracy outlives every other form of government. And the others, they play the lead in a magnificent, cosmic tragedy!

"Wonder Woman: The Man Who Could Not Die (#3.22)" (1979)
T. Burton Phipps III: You're eh... Agent Prince.
Diana Prince: Diana Prince, for about the 15th time today, and who are you?
T. Burton Phipps III: T. Burton Phipps the third and this is the way the feds are lookin' in Washington, then better call my travel agent, but quick.

Admissions Clerk: But you expect to go through our admission files and match one of these names with the face in your head?
Diana Prince: I expect to try.
Admissions Clerk: Wow! You've got the needle, we've got the haystack.

Diana Prince: Who are you?
Dupris: [aiming a gun at Diana] The friend of an enemy.

"Wonder Woman: Time Bomb (#3.7)" (1978)
Diana Prince: Cassandra is going into mining? Why?
Adam Clement: Money. She loved this time period because of it's obsession with money.

[last lines]
Diana Prince: [having just received and read a letter from the future] You know, I wish I could answer this somehow, but Adam won't even be born for more than a century.
Colonel Steve Trevor, Jr.: Say, I've got an idea: why don't give a note to Wonder Woman? She could probably hold it until then.
Diana Prince: You know, maybe I'll do that.
[flashes her big bright smile; freeze frame]

Colonel Steve Trevor, Jr.: I guess you wouldn't want to check out the purple explosions that just occured at West Side Plaza, huh?
Diana Prince: Darn, investigating purple smoke bombs is one of my favorite assignments.

"Wonder Woman: The Boy Who Knew Her Secret: Part 1 (#3.20)" (1979)
Diana Prince: You locked that door just to give me a science lesson, doctor?
Dr. Jaffe: And observe that object which caused the particular shower you were watching.
Diana Prince: [Diana glances at the picture Doctor Jaffe holds up] It looks like a pyramid.
Dr. Jaffe: Technically, it's an equilateral tetrahedron.

Diana Prince: You mean there is nothing else? He doesn't explain why we're looking for these trapazoids?
Cameron: Tetrahedrons.

Diana Prince: I think *he* is nuts, and *I'm* sitting here talking to myself.

"Wonder Woman: Phantom of the Roller Coaster, Part 1 (#3.23)" (1979)
Diana Prince: [calling from phone booth] Well... I've got some good news and some bad news. Preferences to order?

Colonel Steve Trevor, Jr.: [referring to Rover] How does he do that?
Diana Prince: What, make those noises?
Colonel Steve Trevor, Jr.: No, get into rooms when all the doors are closed.
Diana Prince: [sighs] I don't know about you, but I've been afraid to ask.

Diana Prince: [password] The poundcake is stale. Why don't you try the apple pie?
Pierce: I... eh, had the apple pie yesterday. It's not that good.

"Wonder Woman: The Girl from Ilandia (#2.21)" (1978)
Simon Penrose: [on phone] I'd like you to come out here, Diana and see if you can help identify her.
Diana Prince: [on other line in her office] Now Simon, the I.A.D.C. has, eh, people who specialize in that sort of thing, you know.
Simon Penrose: And they also have people who specialize in evasive rhetoric and bureaucratic double talk. Now if I wanted heartburn, I would have called them. But I want straight answers, Diana, that's why I'm calling you.

Simon Penrose: [about Tina] Well, it's nice to see you're eating like a football player. You think she'll be in shape in time for the, eh, Bronco summer training?
Diana Prince: Oh well, if the Bronco's are lucky she will.

Colonel Steve Trevor, Jr.: [on phone in his office] Bleaker? He's a legend, Diana. A mythological anti-hero of the underworld.
Diana Prince: [on other line] Anti-hero, yes. Myth, no. I have reason to believe that he's all to real.

"Wonder Woman: Formicida (#3.6)" (1978)
Diana Prince: Gideon D. Harcourt. They invented the phrase 'Industrial Giant' just to describe him, I hear.

Doug: [referring to Rover] Cavalry in computer form?
Diana Prince: [glad Rover was there to help] Don't knock it.

Diana Prince: Rover, I love you!

"Wonder Woman: The Man Who Made Volcanoes (#2.9)" (1977)
Diana Prince: Hey, congratulations. I hear that Atkinson got bumped upstairs and you've been promoted. All my assignments come from you from now on?
Colonel Steve Trevor, Jr.: That's right. Sorry we don't have time for champagne. But that's why I'm here, to give you your assignment.

Diana Prince: [shaking her head] You're mad...
Professor Chapman: I do not hold the copyright on madness, either...

"Justice League: Hawk and Dove (#3.4)" (2004)
Princess Diana: How do you stop it?
Hephaestus: You knew to ask! I do leave a small weakness in each of my creations. An Achilles' heel, if you will. It's so no one ever gets too powerful. You know what they say: "Only Zeus is perfect."
Princess Diana: And what's the Annihilator's weakness?
Hephaestus: Diana! You wouldn't want me to go around telling people the weakness in your armor, would you?

Princess Diana: I try to take a day off, try to have a semblance of a normal life, but you had to pick *today* to rob a bank!

"Justice League: Paradise Lost: Part II (#1.9)" (2002)
[after sending Hades back to the Underworld]
Princess Diana: What did you ever see in him?
Queen Hippolyta: Ancient history.

Queen Hippolyta: Diana, princess of Themyscira, stand forth! As your mother, I am overjoyed that you have at last returned to us. But as your queen, I am obliged to uphold the laws of Themyscira, and in bringing these outsiders to our island, you have broken our most sacred law. This cannot be overlooked.
Princess Diana: But Mother...
Queen Hippolyta: [holds up hand for silence] Diana, I have no choice. It is with a heavy heart that I must exile you from Themyscira.

Justice League (2017)
Diana Prince: [from trailer] He said he'll fight with us?
Bruce Wayne: More or less.
Diana Prince: More MORE or more LESS?
Bruce Wayne: Probably more less.
Diana Prince: He said no.
Bruce Wayne: He said no.

Diana Prince: He said he'll fight with us?
Bruce Wayne: More or less.
Diana Prince: More more or more less?
Bruce Wayne: Probably more less.
Diana Prince: He said no.
Bruce Wayne: He said no.

"Wonder Woman: The Return of Wonder Woman (#2.1)" (1977)
I.R.A.C.: You are tampering with me.
Diana Prince: Only out of necessity, I.R.A.C. Override response?
I.R.A.C.: I have no choice. I accept the data, Diana Prince.
Diana Prince: Thank you, I.R.A.C.
I.R.A.C.: You are welcome.
Diana Prince: You have very good manners.
I.R.A.C.: I am programmed for social politeness.

Diana Prince: [returning home, Diana finds a masked female burler pointing a gun at her] You're a woman, we shouldn't be enemies.
Gloria: I don't know where your head is at, baby. Women are naturally enemies.

"Wonder Woman: Seance of Terror (#2.19)" (1978)
Diana Prince: That picture was taken with a perfectly normal instant camera under perfectly normal conditions.
Colonel Steve Trevor, Jr.: It's impossible because this is not a perfectly normal picture.

Diana Prince: Where can I find Matthew Koslo?
Irac: Even if that information were contained in the IRAC computer, it would not be available to Diana Prince.
Diana Prince: Anything else that's, eh, unavailable to Diana Prince?
Irac: That the boy reputedly has psychic powers is a fact also to be withheld from Diana Prince... who now has five seconds to leave the premises before an alarm is activated. Five... Four...
Diana Prince: [grabs her bag and coat] Okay, okay, okay, I'm going.
Irac: Three... Two...
Diana Prince: Hang on!
[turns in door opening]
Diana Prince: Thank you Irac, forever!
Irac: Two and one quarter...
[Rover beeps a question after Diana leaves]
Irac: Major Trevor said nothing about clearance for Wonder Woman.

"Wonder Woman: The Feminum Mystique: Part 1 (#1.5)" (1976)
Drucilla: You work for a man?
Diana Prince: Yes.
Drucilla: He tells you what to do and you do it?
Diana Prince: Yes!

Etta Candy: I, eh... don't suppose you could make it for four?
Diana Prince: Oh, Etta, I wish I could but you heard Steve. He has important business to discuss with Peter Knight.
Etta Candy: Business or social, I never get to go out to dinner.
Diana Prince: Well I'll make you a promise: I'll take you out to dinner sometime.
Etta Candy: It's not the same Diana, I mean, you're not a man.
Diana Prince: I've always been very happy about that.

"Wonder Woman: Gault's Brain (#3.12)" (1978)
Steve Trevor: [looking at a newspaper picture of athlete Morton Danzig] I can't understand why I don't remember his picture.
Diana Prince: Well, I think he has a few attributes that women might find more memorable than men.

Diana Prince: Since when do security guards have to look like Bruce Jenner?

"Wonder Woman: The Pied Piper (#2.6)" (1977)
Joe Atkinson: [sticking his head around the corner of Diana's office door] You busy?
Diana Prince: Oh, Joe, I was hoping it was you. How 'bout a cup of coffee?
Joe Atkinson: I'm about to turn into a cup of coffee.

Hamlin Rule: How about a little Rock & Roll, Diana Prince? Nothing like a little bubblegum to relax the bod.
[turns on his music]
Diana Prince: Who are you?
Hamlin Rule: Hey, can't you get out of that secret agent bag? I'll crack the whip and you take the trip!

"Wonder Woman: Beauty on Parade (#1.4)" (1976)
Diana Prince: Perhaps if we could get one of our own agents into that beauty contest...
Major Steve Trevor: ...We might flush 'em out. Take a really beautiful girl, though. Someone with all the right qualifications.
Diana Prince: Well... I'd be willing to try...
Major Steve Trevor: Thanks, Diana. I'd know you'd do a wonderful job, but I'm afraid this calls for a really gorgeous girl, someone who looks great in a bathing suit.

Major Steve Trevor: It's funny, but seeing you in that dress makes me realize you look like somebody.
Diana Prince: Who?
Major Steve Trevor: [thinks for a moment] Joan Crawford.
Diana Prince: Well, I'm very flattered, sir.
Major Steve Trevor: Around the ankles.
Diana Prince: [no longer flattered] Thanks.

"Wonder Woman: Amazon Hot Wax (#3.16)" (1979)
Eric: Kathy, uh, Jim tells me you're planning to leave after you cut this next song.
Diana Prince: [awkward smile] That's right. See, my trial contract will be over then, and I have to leave. Go back East.
Eric: But why? Hey, you got a great future in this business. Now this exortion thing's over, I, well, I was kinda hoping that maybe we could see more of each other.
Diana Prince: Eric...
Diana Prince: I've got something to tell you. My name is not Kathy Meadows, it's Diana Prince. And I'm an agent with the IADC. I came here and posed as a singer to find and capture Adele Kobbler. And now that I've accomplished that, I have to leave.
Eric: Why didn't you tell me?
Diana Prince: I was undercover, I couldn't tell you, I couldn't tell anybody.
Eric: Right... so I was just part of your assignment. That's all I was to you.
Diana Prince: Eric, if I try to tell you differently, you won't believe me.
Eric: Well that's right, lady.
[Eric turns and leaves, taking one last look at Diana before slamming the door]
Jim the Engineer: [after a beat] Ready, Kathy?
Diana Prince: [takes a deep breath] Sure.
[Music Starts and Diana begins to sing the song 'Toto'. But before she reaches the end, Eric has returned to the recording booth]

Diana Prince: I'm afraid I overheard.
Eric: Then you know everything.
Diana Prince: Everything. You're being blackmailed, huh?
Eric: The proper term is 'extorted'.

"Wonder Woman: Pot of Gold (#3.11)" (1978)
Gino: [Diana is undercover as a security agent] I just can't get over it.
Diana Prince: What's that?
Gino: A woman being an agent with the AIDC.
Diana Prince: It's the IADC. What? You don't approve?
Gino: Oh, sure... It's just gonna take some time to get used to it.
Diana Prince: Well don't take too much time, Gino.
Gino: Why not?
Diana Prince: Well, you might get replaced. By a woman.
[wiggles her eyebrows]

Pat: Now, look, miss: I told the police and Wonder Woman everythin' that I know.
Diana Prince: Yes, but you didn't tell her what you were doing in the back of that truck.
Pat: I was goin' to rent the truck, and I accidentally locked myself i...
[he breaks off and looks narrowly at Diana]
Pat: Now how would you know what I told Wonder Woman?

"Wonder Woman: The Deadly Toys (#2.12)" (1977)
Major Dexter: Well, Diana, looks like we'll be seeing quite a lot of each other.
Diana Prince: Well, yeah, I guess the more I... find out, the more questions I'll have for you, Dex.
Major Dexter: Well why don't plan on asking me some of those questions over dinner one of these evenings?
Diana Prince: More likely I'll be, eh... asking them over the telephone.

Diana Prince: I guess geniuses can play with toys, when they're over 50 and get away with it.

"Wonder Woman: Skateboard Wiz (#3.8)" (1978)
Diana Prince: Testimony by magic lasso isn't exactly admissible in court.

Colonel Steve Trevor, Jr.: [as Diana prepares to leave for vacation] I thought you'd be going someplace really exciting, like Hawaii or the Rockies or the Caribbean.
Diana Prince: The reason I'm going to Santa Corona, Steve, is the worst thing that can happen there is that I run out of suntan lotion.

"Wonder Woman: Judgment from Outer Space: Part 1 (#1.10)" (1977)
Diana Prince: [translating classic greek spoken by Andros] 'A messenger to barbarians is a beast of burden', sir.
Andros: No offence meant, gentlemen. Just something an old friend of mine once said at a party.
Diana Prince: Socrates said that.
Andros: Yes, that's correct. I see I'm not alone in having met that great man.

Steve Trevor: My assignment is a logical military alternative and a patriotic necessity.
Diana Prince: To quote Dr. Samuel Johnson: Patriotism is the last refuge of scoundrels.
[Etta gets a wide-eyed look of shock]
Steve Trevor: Yeoman Prince!
Diana Prince: [angrily] Yes sir!
Steve Trevor: Dismissed!
Diana Prince: Aye aye, sir!
[angrily leaves]
Steve Trevor: Etta!
[Etta jumps and looks at Steve scared]
Steve Trevor: This is confidential.
Etta Candy: Oh, yes sir! Absolutely!
[Etta leaves the office desperately]

"Wonder Woman: Disco Devil (#3.5)" (1978)
Colonel: [Andrew Borden is late for a critical military test] He'll be here any minute.
Diana Prince: Oh, he'd better be, Colonel, or your camp could wind up glowing in the dark for the next 500 years.

Kerwin: Hey, you're quite a number!
Diana Prince: Yes, unlisted.

"Wonder Woman: Last of the $2 Bills (#1.9)" (1977)
Diana Prince: I've got the strangest feeling...
Etta Candy: What?
Diana Prince: I've seen that photographer before.
Etta Candy: The only feelings I have are hunger pains.

Diana Prince: Etta, if only once you would begin at the beginning of a sentence, I might know what you're talking about.

"Wonder Woman: Screaming Javelins (#2.14)" (1978)
Diana Prince: Weren't you supposed to have drowned in the North Sea at the end of our last little encounter?
Mariposa: Why, you should know that I always have my entrances and my exits carefully choreographed. Why Diana, I had one of my submarines pick me up.

Diana Prince: Eh, they told me at the dorm I'd find Tom Hamilton here.
Runner: Some guys have all the luck.
Diana Prince: I just want to ask him about his girlfriend.
Runner: Well, how 'bout asking me about my girlfriend? She just left on a field trip.

"Wonder Woman: The Man Who Could Move the World (#2.3)" (1977)
Steve Trevor, Jr.: This man was trapped in a vault. Wonder Woman got him out.
Diana Prince: Wonder Woman?
Steve Trevor, Jr.: Yeah.
Diana Prince: Oh, that's amazing.
Steve Trevor, Jr.: She usually is.

U.S. President: There were some tragic errors after the hysteria that followed Pearl Harbor.
Diana Prince: Well, I guess that's why pencils have erasers. Its a shame, but we learn from our mistakes.

"Wonder Woman: The Deadly Dolphin (#3.9)" (1978)
Colonel Steve Trevor, Jr.: [on phone in IADC office] Only they can't find his service records.
Diana Prince: [on other line in phone booth] Dolphins have service records?
Colonel Steve Trevor, Jr.: [cracking a smile] They certainly do. Only Bluebeard's is either mislaid or stolen.

Diana Prince: [Diana is helping to pick up spilled fish from the ground and return them to Billy's grocery bags] Boy, I guess you like fish.
Billy: Eh, I got a lotta cats, lady!
Diana Prince: I hope nobody else around here does, looks like you bought the whole store out.
Billy: Would you keep your hands off? There's more inside, go buy your own!
Diana Prince: You're not very polite for a police officer.
Billy: So I'm off duty, maybe.

"Wonder Woman: Formula 407 (#1.12)" (1977)
Etta Candy: Oh do you have any idea how much I envy you? You and Steve, alone, under an incredibly huge South American moon.
Diana Prince: Etta, that's scientifically impossible. The moon is the same size in the Northern and the Southern hemispheres.

Antonio Cruz: Do you know Diana, if you would only take those terrible glasses off, you would be a most attractive lady.
Diana Prince: I'm afraid a very near sighted one, as well.

"Wonder Woman: Anschluss '77 (#2.2)" (1977)
Diana Prince: It took me a while to get back but I guess I was... lucky.
Steve Trevor, Jr.: You were lucky for the both of us.

Joe Atkinson: So he was cloned and then, eh, un-cloned.
Steve Trevor, Jr.: That's it.
Joe Atkinson: And Wonder Woman helped you to find the secret Nazi base.
Steve Trevor, Jr.: Eh, she was even there for the un-cloning, but by that time, she'd changed into a medical technician.
Diana Prince: And subsequently destroyed the lab.
Joe Atkinson: Well, it's your report, not mine.

"Wonder Woman: Judgment from Outer Space: Part 2 (#1.11)" (1977)
Diana Prince: From what you told me, Andros was the most honest man you've ever met. He said he was going back to his own planet, why would you doubt him?
Major Steve Trevor: Oh, I don't. I guess I'm just... a little jealous, that's all. I saw the way Wonder Woman looked at him and... just want to make sure a hundred % he's gone.

"Justice League: Starcrossed: Part II (#2.25)" (2004)
[to hide from a Thanagarian patrol, Diana grabs Bruce and plants a long, deep kiss on him]
Princess Diana: [as they break apart] Sorry.
Bruce Wayne: [smiles] Don't be.

"Wonder Woman: Spaced Out (#3.14)" (1979)
[last lines]
Diana Prince: Excuse me, Sylvester, but... I've got a robot to catch.

"Wonder Woman: Mind Stealers from Outer Space: Part 1 (#2.10)" (1977)
Diana Prince: Captain... we may have an illegal alien problem and we just don't want innocent people getting hurt, that's all.
Captain Parelli: Well we have an illegal alien problem all over the country, Miss Prince, but we don't usually seal off an area this big to find them.
Diana Prince: These aliens are from outer space, Captain.

"Wonder Woman: The Girl with a Gift for Disaster (#3.19)" (1979)
Diana Prince: Karen, that little girl I took into my office? Which way did she go?
Receptionist: She went that way, like a bat outta...
[Diana makes a frustrated noise]

Wonder Woman: Who's Afraid of Diana Prince? (1967) (TV)
Diana Prince: But the fate of the free world depends on me!
Mother: All right. Eat first, save the free world later. You can't be a decent martyr on an empty stomach.
Diana Prince: This can't wait.
Diana Prince, Mother: The nation needs Wonder Woman!
Mother: And what about Wonder Woman? Does the nation care what she needs? Like a fellow, for example, huh?

"Wonder Woman: IRAC Is Missing (#2.17)" (1978)
Diana Prince: [speaking to I.R.A.C] Speaking of programs, I think you've got some work to do on our little friend here
[referring to Rover]
Diana Prince: So far he's damaged two doors, four desks, a lamp and three ankles.
[Rover opens a compartment and makes a noise like 'Ah, shucks']
Diana Prince: And his manners are atrocious.

"Wonder Woman: The Deadly Sting (#3.3)" (1978)
Professor Brubaker: Then that's it? I can leave?
Diana Prince: You're a free man.
Professor Brubaker: Oh, but what about Cappucci? I heard his lawyers got him out on bond ten minutes after he was arrested. He'll try to kill me. He is so mean, I know he will.

"Wonder Woman: Hot Wheels (#3.2)" (1978)
Diana Prince: Mr. Chadswith wasn't too keen on the idea of letting us pretend to steal his car. So, if anything happens to it, he will have my head, neck, arms, and possibly my firstborn child.

"Wonder Woman: A Date with Doomsday (#3.18)" (1979)
[last lines]
Diana Prince: Compu Cupid strikes again!
[laughs and flashes her famous bright smile]

"Wonder Woman: Wonder Woman Meets Baroness Von Gunther (#1.2)" (1976)
Diana Prince: No, it's too dangerous. It could be a trap, or an ambush. Either way it's dangerous.
Major Steve Trevor: War is dangerous, Diana.

"Wonder Woman: Diana's Disappearing Act (#2.15)" (1978)
Harold: I think that's a real bummer. The I.A.D.C. has no right making you butter up to 24 carat yuck like that Emir.
Diana Prince: [nervous laughter] I think you've got me confused with somebody else.
Harold: You have me confused all the time, not about who you are. You're Diana Prince, the spy from I.A.D.C.
Diana Prince: Ah, that sound we just heard, that was you blasting my cover.

"Wonder Woman: The New Original Wonder Woman (#1.1)" (1975)
Diana: You wanted to see me, Mother?
Queen Hippolyte: You may leave his care to others.
Diana: Well thank you, but I would prefer to stay on until I'm certain that he's well.
Queen Hippolyte: That was a command, not a request.
Diana: Am I allowed to ask why?
Queen Hippolyte: You are very intelligent.
Diana: I am your daughter.
Queen Hippolyte: There are so many things you don't know. Do you have any idea of your age?
Diana: By what standard?
Queen Hippolyte: By the earth's clock.
Diana: No.
Queen Hippolyte: You are immortal, as are all of us on Paradise Island. If you should ever leave here, you could revert to a human being.
Diana: Why are you telling me this now, Mother?
Queen Hippolyte: Because I sense what might happen between you and that man. We are stronger, wiser and more advanced than all those people in their jungles out there. Our civilization is perfection!
Diana: No! There's something missing, Mother. When I look at Steve Trevor, I feel things. Things I've never known before.
Queen Hippolyte: There are some things that are better not known. Young Amazon minds are best occupied with athletic discipline and higher learning.
Queen Hippolyte: We now know why he was in the area. That man must be returned to his own country.
Diana: But why, Mother?
Queen Hippolyte: For his safety - and ours. One of our young Amazon girls will escort him to his country, and then return to Paradise Island.
Diana: But all the girls will want that task.
Queen Hippolyte: I know. To forestall any ill feelings, I have planned a tournament of athletic games, by which I alone shall determine the strongest, nimblest, and most likely aspirant for the assignment.
Diana: A tournament! That's a wonderful idea, Mother. I look forward to participating in the games myself.
Queen Hippolyte: You? Never!
Diana: But, Mother! I don't understand...
Queen Hippolyte: [interrupting] I cannot risk my only begotten child, our princess, on a mission in behalf of the life of a... a savage!

"Wonder Woman: I Do, I Do (#2.8)" (1977)
Christian Harrison: [Trying to explain that he has seen and met Wonder Woman] Look, listen... there was this girl...
Diana Prince: [Pretending to be angry] On my honeymoon?