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Odin (Character)
from Gods & Goddesses: Odin and the Valkyrie (2014)

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Son of the Mask (2005)
Odin: There was a baby, born of The Mask!

[repeated line]
Odin: Looookkiiiiiiii!

Odin: Now, find that mask, before I open up a can of lightning on you!

Odin: [in the body of a shopkeeper] You know, Thor never gave me this kind of trouble.
Loki: Oh, here we go again with the Thor crap. Thor, Thor, Thor! You know, father, I'm not like Thor. I'm never gonna be like Thor. I just wish that - can't you just love me for who I am and not for who I'm not?
Odin: No! I want you to be more like Thor!

Odin: You've brought me much grief, Loki
[pause]
Loki: [angrily] Right back at ya... DAD!

Odin: [possessing the shopkeeper] Fool! What in Helveti were you about to do to this shopkeep?
Loki: Nothing, I...
Odin: Fool! Don't lie to me! You know Thor never gave me this kind of trouble.
Loki: Here we go again with the Thor crap.

Odin: As expected, you've failed at your promise. You've failed at your quest. You are, in ever sense of the word, a failure.
Tim Avery: [to Tanya] Wow, and I thought your dad was mean.
Loki: Hey, we both knew it was gonna end this way, right? You practically set me up for failure, so at least I'm living up to your expectation in that regard.
Odin: Silence!

Odin: [surprised] You did the conjuring ceremony, by yourself?
Loki: Hey, I pay attention... sometimes.


"Gargoyles: Eye of the Storm (#2.36)" (1996)
Odin: Welcome to Norway. These days we don't get to see too many gargoyles up here in the Norse country.
Goliath: You... know us?
Odin: Let's just say I'm well versed in the matters of myth and legend.

Odin: [Odin has Elisa] Hear me gargoyle. This is ODIN who speaks to you! I tried barter and I tried fair combat, you have left me no choice: return my eye or forfeit the maiden's life!
Goliath: Odin? Odin himself his my enemy!

Goliath: [after Goliath puts on the Eye] Unhand her old man! NOW!
Odin: This calls for a change in strategy.
[leaves]

Goliath: No wonder you've been pacing yourself. Without your eye, you're not what you used to be.
Odin: What I lack in strength, I have *more* than gained in wisdom!
Goliath: Then have the wisdom to yield.

Goliath: Never again will you threaten those I care about!
Odin: *I* am not the threat!

Odin: I apologize for any trouble I caused in my efforts to reclaim it. It seems I am out of practice dealing directly with mortals.
Goliath: I owe you an apology as well. It seems I am unaccustomed to dealing with a god, or being one.
Odin: Then we have all gained rare enlightenment this night. The Eye's standard gift.


"Merlin: Another's Sorrow (#5.4)" (2012)
Odin: And now, you will pay the forfeit.
Arthur: My father's life, that wasn't enough?
Odin: No.
Arthur: So be it, but understand this, Odin: you kill me and you'll have all of Camelot to answer to.
Odin: Camelot is nothing without its king.
Arthur: Then you don't know my knights. They will hunt you, and they will find you, and they will not rest until they're done.

Odin: [having conquered Nemeth] So, we divide the spoils as agreed.
Morgana: Take whatever you wish.
Odin: Then what is your business here, Morgana?
Morgana: I seek what's rightfully mine. I seek the throne of Camelot, and for that I need an army.
Odin: My army?
Morgana: I believe they showed their mettle today.
Odin: And what do I receive in return for this service?
Morgana: Arthur - to do with as you wish.

Odin: Finish it. Finish it and be done.
Arthur: And what then? Your people will seek their revenge. A war without an end.
Odin: There is no other way.
Arthur: There is another way. In return for your life, you must restore Rodor to the throne of Nemeth.
Odin: Even if I agree, it solves nothing. What about us, Pendragon?
Arthur: A truce, binding our kingdoms to peace.
Odin: Never.


The Virgin Spring (1960)
Ingeri: What is your name?
Bridge Keeper: These days, I don't have a name.
[laughs menacingly]

Bridge Keeper: I hear what I want and see what I want. I hear what mankind whispers in secret and sees what they think no one sees. You can hear for your self, if you wills like me. Just listen!
Ingeri: What is it that thunders outside?
Bridge Keeper: Three dead men rode north.
[laughs menacingly]


Heavy Metal 2000 (2000)
Julie: [after killing Tyler] Now we must destroy the key.
Odin: Perhaps, perhaps not!
[strikes Julie with a whip]
Julie: [stunned] O-Odin, why?
Odin: Because...
[rips open his robe and reveals himself to be a n Arakacian]
Odin: I am Arakacian! My charade fooled the insufferable Holy Landers and even that little stone idiot! What makes you think a pathetic mortal can stop me?

[Julie, Odin, and Zeek need to cross the lava river]
Chartog: [to Julie] I am Chartog, guardian of the river. I know the way across, and I will tell you. You just have to...
[Chuckles pervertedly]
Chartog: ... kiss me.
Julie: Ugh... No way!
Chartog: [chuckles] What's the matter, my precious? Don't you find me... attractive?
[chuckles pervertedly]
Julie: [hesitantly] Ugh... if this is what it takes to kill Tyler...
Chartog: [chuckles] That's a good girl. Help your friends... it will be over soon...
Julie: [leans in, groans] Who will I have to kiss to get back?
[Kisses Chartog, his slimey tongue darting into her mouth]
Zeek: [sees what's going on] Hey, what are you doing?
[Julie sees him and Odin on the boat, which is floating in the lava river, making her time with Chartog a complete waste]
Zeek: We're waiting for you.
Julie: [furiously] Son of a bitch!
[draws a fist back]
Julie: KISS *THIS!*
[slugs Chartog and knocks him into the lava river]
Odin: [disturbed] Your people have strange customs.
[Julie steps onto the boat]
Julie: [huffs] Tell me about it.


"Xena: Warrior Princess: The Rheingold (#6.7)" (2000)
Xena: [Brunnhilda tells Gabrielle the story of Xena; a flashback of a younger Xena riding slowly through the woods is shown. Odin, the King of the Norse Gods, is heard moaning. Xena rides over to him] Whoa...
[She stops her horse to look at Odin. He is crucified on a tree. A raven is with him]
Xena: Hey, there. Who did you mess with?
Odin: No one is capable of doing this to me without my consent.
Xena: What kind of an idiot has himself crucified?
Odin: I don't wish to take part in the struggle of life anymore.
Xena: Why would you wanna do that?
Odin: I am Odin, king of the Norse Gods. It is my duty to bring peace to the Norse country. Yet as I sit in Valhalla, and watch the bitter struggle called life on this Earth, I ask, "Are we doomed to live in a constant state of endless conflict"?
Xena: Damn straight. That's what makes life so worth living! You know, every day I wake up and I feel pumped by the knowledge that there is always someone around the next corner - someone for me to challenge, to fight, and to conquer.
Odin: Someday... someone may conquer you.
Xena: Precisely... which is why I don't have time to waste chatting with a God who doesn't know what to do with his immortality.
Odin: [as Xena starts to leave with her horse] Wait... who are you?
Xena: The name's Xena.
[pause]
Xena: You know, you can't escape the struggle, Odin. Ya gotta embrace it!
Brunnhilda: [voice-over] Xena brought Odin out of his despair by sharing with him her lust for life. He, in turn, made her a Valkyrie.

Xena: [Brunnhilda tells Gabrielle the story of Xena; a flashback of a younger Xena riding slowly through the woods is shown. Odin, the King of the Norse Gods, is heard moaning. Xena rides over to him] Whoa...
[She stops her horse to look at Odin. He is crucified on a tree. A raven is with him]
Xena: Hey, there. Who did you mess with?
Beowulf: No one is capable of doing this to me without my consent.
Xena: What kind of an idiot has himself crucified?
Beowulf: I don't wish to take part in the struggle of life anymore.
Xena: Why would you wanna do that?
Beowulf: I am Odin, king of the Norse Gods. It is my duty to bring peace to the Norse country. Yet as I sit in Valhalla, and watch the bitter struggle called life on this Earth, I ask, "Are we doomed to live in a constant state of endless conflict"?
Xena: Damn straight. That's what makes life so worth living! You know, every day I wake up and I feel pumped by the knowledge that there is always someone around the next corner - someone for me to challenge, to fight, and to conquer.
Beowulf: Someday... someone may conquer you.
Xena: Precisely... which is why I don't have time to waste chatting with a God who doesn't know what to do with his immortality.
Beowulf: [as Xena starts to leave with her horse] Wait... who are you?
Xena: The name's Xena.
[pause]
Xena: You know, you can't escape the struggle, Odin. Ya gotta embrace it!
Odin: [voice-over] Xena brought Odin out of his despair by sharing with him her lust for life. He, in turn, made her a Valkyrie.


"Supernatural: Hammer of the Gods (#5.19)" (2010)
Odin: Everybody knows when the world comes to an end, the great serpent Jörmungandr rises up. And I myself will be eaten by a big wolf.

Odin: Your beliefs are so much more realistic? The whole world's getting carried around on the back of a giant turtle?
Zao Shen: [in Chinese] Don't mock my world turtle!


"Samurai Jack: The Birth of Evil Part II (#3.12)" (2003)
Odin: This blade was forged from the righteous energy within thee.
Ra: It possesses the power to destroy this evil force.
Rama: But be warned. This evil is not of the human world. It has magic beyond your understanding. Trust not what you see, but what you feel.


"Xena: Warrior Princess: Return of the Valkyrie (#6.9)" (2000)
Odin: Do you know who I am?
Xena: She said your name is Odin, but I don't know you from your horse.