Zyke: I would like to repay you for the kindness...
[Slaps Indy across the face]
Zyke: But it's not in my nature.
Remy: Listen sir, all we want is to get back to civilization.
Bronislaw Malinowski: This is civilization.
Remy: A civilized civilization!
Bronislaw Malinowski: Kanoo, break through your sea passage, fly through peril, leave your imprint in the sand. Perhaps we'll meet again.
Young Indiana Jones: I hope so.
Rajendra Sing: The eye of the peacock. You must stop him. Stop him! The eye of the peacock...
Indy: I can't wait to see Miss Seymour. You know I think I miss her more than anyone else.
Remy: I miss my wife. Do you realize, we've almost been married for three years. Amazing. We've seen only each other for ten days.
Miss Helen Seymour: [Indy hears Miss Seymour's voice in his head as he reads her last letter to him] Dearest Henry. News of peace is on everyone's lips. I hope to live to see it. Your father is anxious for news of you. Please make your peace with him. Then turn your clever, inquisitive mind to your dreams. Make something of yourself. I know you will. With all my highest regards, Helen Seymour.
Remy: Miss Seymour. I can't believe it.
Indy: When we were fighting I used to picture the faces of the people we were fighting for. Especially Miss Seymour.
Remy: I talked to a Greek scholar at the museum. He translated for me. This says: behold the eye of the peacock for you are the chosen one.
Indy: [stifling a laugh] Remy, sounds like a dime novel.
Indy: Remy, this could be just a wild goose chase. It might not amount to anything.
Remy: I don't think so. Indy, you're my best friend. Let's do it together. One last adventure.
Zyke: Beautiful isn't it? Alexander was a magnificent man. Warrior, leader, I wish I would have been alive then to know him.
Remy: What does the man thinking he's a God have to do with my diamond? What does a dragon have to do with my diamond? Key to my dreams, key to my ulcer!
Lily: I'm an embarrassment to anyone that knows me, so why would you like me to sit with you?
Indy: Why would the frieze be part of the map if it doesn't pinpoint where the diamond is?
[pointing at the map]
Remy: Alexander is on his horse and he's right under the tallest mountain. There are three mountains.
Indy: And there's three temples. He's looking in the wrong place, it must be in the center temple.
Remy: Oh Indy, I already feel rich. Do I look rich?
Indy: You look the same.
Remy: But not the same. I see the world through different eyes. I feel higher, taller! haha!
Indy: I think you've got sunstroke!
Indy: [the natives implore Indy and Remy to remove their footgear] Take your boots off. Smile!
Remy: I never smile at my murderers.
Indy: We don't know if they're murderers. Even if they were, they could have killed us by now. Why would they wait?
Remy: Maybe they will wrap us in banana leaves and bake us.
Remy: Now where are we going? I don't suppose you are taking us to London, are you? No.
Remy: Indy, we must make a vow. Wealth and the power it brings will never threaten our friendship. We must vow we will be friends forever.
Indy: Friends forever.
Bronislaw Malinowski: Does your friend Remy hold this diamond sacred?
Indy: Yeah, I guess, in some ways he does.
Bronislaw Malinowski: Do you?
Indy: Well, I... well, I'd like to be rich, wouldn't you?
Bronislaw Malinowski: I am rich. Here. I don't need diamonds.
Bronislaw Malinowski: What will you do when you find your diamond and the riches in you dreams?
Indy: Go back home, become an archaeologist
Bronislaw Malinowski: That's what you were going to do if you didn't find your treasure.
Indy: That's what I want to do.
Bronislaw Malinowski: So you don't need this diamond to fulfill your dreams. How long will you put off your dream looking for this diamond you don't need? Time, Indy, is the most precious thing we own.