Manfred: So, you think she's the girl for me?
Sid: Oh, yeah, she's tons of fun, and you're no fun at all. She "completes" you.
Manfred: Uh, Diego, retract the claws, please.
Diego: Oh... right... sorry.
Sid: You know, if I didn't know you better Diego, I'd think you were afraid of the water.
Sid: [Diego grabs Sid's neck and chokes him]
Sid: OK, Good thing I know you better.
Sid: Maybe we could rapidly evolve into water creatures.
Diego: That's genius, Sid.
Sid: Call me Squid.
Sid: [tied up] This is either really good or really bad.
[looks down to see tar pit underneath him]
Sid: Oh, no, no, no. Me fire-king. Why kill fire-king? A thousand years bad juju for killing fire-king.
Female Mini Sloth: Superheated rock from the earth's core is surging into the crust, melting ice built up over thousands of years.
Sid: You are a very advanced race. Together we can look for a solution.
Female Mini Sloth: [eagerly] We have one. Sacrifice the fire-king.
Sid: That's not very advanced.
Female Mini Sloth: Worth a shot.
Female Mini Sloth: [pointing at the falling sloth statue] Bad juju!
Beaver Dad: [after seeing the ice in the dam crack] Dam!
Manfred: See this ground? It's covered in ice! A thousand years ago it was covered in ice, and a thousand years from now, it will "still" be ice!
Fast Tony: [to Stu's empty shell] Stu, we made it! We're gonna live!
Fast Tony: Well, "I'm", anyway.
Sid: You did it, buddy, you kicked water's butt!
Diego: Nothing to it. Most animals can swim as babies, you know.
Sid: Yeah but not tigers. I left that part out.
Sid: If your species will continue, clap your hands.
Manfred: Sid? I'm-I'm gonna fall on you again and this time, I will kill you.
Sid: Okay. Someone doesn't like the classics.
Eddie: What if we're the last creatures left alive? We'll have to repopulate the earth.
Crash: How? Everyone is either a dude or our sister.
Sid: [Cholly has broken wind in his mouth] Well, don't "that" put the 'stink' in extinction!
Sid: Well, tomorrow's the day the scary vulture said we're all gonna die.
Sid: Manny, who do you like better, me or Diego?
Manfred: Diego. It's not even close.
Diego: Heh, told you.
Ellie: Manny, you can't choose between your kids.
Manfred: He's not my kid. He's not even my dog. If I had a dog, and that dog had a kid, and the dog's kid had a pet, that would be Sid.
Sid: Can I have a dog, Manny?
Sid: Ellie, can I have a dog?
Ellie: Of course, you can, sweetie.
Manfred: Ellie, we have to be consistent with them.
Dung Beetle Dad: [Pushing ball of dung] Do we have to bring this crap? I'm there's have crap where we're going!
Dung Beetle Mom: [Offended] Uh! This was a gift from my mother.
Diego: If anyone asks, there were fifty of 'em... And, uh... They were rattlesnakes.
Diego: Big mistake, you miscreants!
[starts laughing along with Crash]
Sid: Uh, Diego, they are possums.
Traffic Vulture: Do not leave your children unattended. All unattended children will be eaten.
Diego: [Crash and Eddie are playing on the ice] Can't you see is thin enough without you two wearing it down?
Sid: Ah, Diego! Come on, the ice may be thin, but it's strong enough to hold a 10 ton mammoth and a nine ton possum.
Manfred: Hey. Who said you kids could torture the sloth?
Diego: Manny, don't squash their creativity.
Sid: Hey, Manny, Diego, my bad mammal-jammals. Want to give the sloth a hand?
Manfred: Come on. Don't listen to him. Fast Tony would sell his own mother for a grape.
Fast Tony: Are you making an offer? I mean... No, I would not!
Manfred: I don't think her tree goes all the way to the top branch.
Sid: Hey. Can you guys slow down? I'm dying here...
[Vultures fly above]
Sid: It's just a figure of speech.
Ellie: [to Manny] You ain't savin' the species TONIGHT, or any OTHER night.
Sid: [explaining the meaning of fear] Jealously, mostly. But the point is that fear is natural.
Diego: [approaches Sid and glares at him] Fear is for prey.
Sid: Then what means the water has made you its prey.
Diego: [to the water] I am NOT your prey. I am NOT your prey. I am NOT... YOUR... PREY.
Ellie: What about me is attractive?
Manfred: Your... butt?
Ellie: What about it?
Manfred: It's... big?
Ellie: [flattered] You're just saying that.
Manfred: No, I mean it. It's huge. Biggest darned butt I've ever seen.
Ellie: That is really sweet.
Sid: Look, I opened my camp! "Campo del Sid". It means Camp of Sid.
Diego: Congratulations. You're now an idiot in "two" languages.
Sid: Shh! Not in front of the K-I-D-Z. These little guys love me. Right, Billy?
Glypto Boy Billy: Don't make me eat you.
Sid: Ah, they kid. That's why they're called "kids"!
Crash: [singing] I believe I can fly.
Sid: When the going gets tough, the great, party.
Sid: I Just did something involuntary... and messy.
Cholly: [after breaking wind squarely in Sid's face] Sorry. My stomach hates me.
Lone Gunslinger Vulture: [singing] Food, glorious food / We're... anxious to try it!
Manfred: Mammoths can't go extinct; we're the biggest animals on Earth.
Diatryma Mom: Uh, what about the dinosaurs?
Manfred: The dinosaurs got cocky. They made enemies.
Molehog Grandpa: Well. I'm not leavin'! I was born in this hole and I'll die in this hole.
Manfred: Okay. Thanks to Sid, we're now traveling together, and, like it or not, we're gonna be one big, happy family. I'll be the daddy, Ellie will be the mommy, and Diego will be the uncle who eats the kids who get on my nerves. Now let's move it before the ground falls out from under our feet!
Fast Tony: [trying to sell things to the other animals] Forget reeds! I present you with this revolutionary gizmo we call... bark! It's so buoyant, it actually floats!
Start Dad: [lewd] I'll show "you" something that floats.
Sid: Hey, Manny. I've heard you're going extinct!
[eats some blueberries and licks his claws]
Diego: Hey. If you ever master hygiene, try working on sensitiviy.
Manfred: [to Sid] I'm not going extinct!
Aardvark Dad: [to his children] Kids, look. The "last" mammoth.
Aardvark Kids: [suprised] Woah!
Aardvark Dad: Now you probably won't see another one of "those" again! See?
Aardvark Dad: [questioning Manny] Say buddy, not to cast aspersions on your survival instincts or nothin' but haven't mammoths pretty much gone extinct?
Manfred: What are you talking about?
Aardvark Dad: I'm talking about "you" being the last of your kind.
Manfred: [in disgust] Uh, your breath smells like ants.
Sid: [singing to annoy Manfred] Stop, hey! What's that sound? All the mammoths are in the ground!
Traffic Vulture: [giving "traffic report"] We've got an overturned glytpodont in the far right lane, traffic backed up as far as the eye can see.
Lone Gunslinger Vulture: Ooh, and it looks as though there may be a fatality!
Lone Gunslinger Vulture: [pause] I call the dark meat!
Mr. Start: Oy, this global warming is "killing" me!
Mrs. Start: This is too "hot", the Ice Age was too "cold", what will it take to make you happy? Aahhh!
[the ice that she is sitting on cracks and she falls into the water]
Mr. Start: "This" I like!
Sid: [the group has just escaped from Cretaceous and Maelstrom, the two sea reptiles] What in the animal kingdom was "that"?
Diego: I don't know. But from now on, land safe, water... not safe.
Manfred: I knew it! I knew I couldn't be the only one!
Ellie: Me too! Everybody falls out of the tree sometimes. They just won't admit it!
Start Girl: Sometimes I throw up!
Stu: [he has a reed up his nose, as a product of Fast Tony] I can smell the ocean!
Lone Gunslinger Vulture: Flood's real alright, and it's comin' fast. Look around, you're in a bowl, bowl's gonna fill up, ain't no way out. Unless you can make it to the end of the valley. There's a boat, it can save you.
Lone Gunslinger Vulture: Y'all better hurry, grounds melting, walls tumbling and rocks crumbling, survive that, you'll be racin' the water. In three days time it's gonna hit the geyser field. Boom!
Manfred: [looking for Ellie] Have you seen a mammoth?
Shovelmouth Male: No, sorry.
Manfred: Have you seen a mammoth?
Freaky Female: No, no I haven't.
Diego: Possum, about eleven foot tall?
Aardvark Mom: Uh-uh.
Freaky Male: [seeing Sid about to jump off a waterfall] Look! Some idiot's going down the Eviscerator!
Manfred: [to Diego] Please tell me it's not our idiot.
[Mother condor towers over Scrat]
Sid: No running, James! Camp rules!
James: Make me, sloth!
Sid: Make me, "sir"! It's all about respect.
Eddie: [Sid has said something that Eddie didn't like] I'd rather be roadkill!
Diego: "That" can be arranged.
Manfred: And so, in the end, the little burro reached his mommy, and they lived happily ever after.
Diego: Good job.
Beaver Boy: Question. Why does the burro go home? Why doesn't he stay with the rabbits?
Manfred: Because... because he wanted to be with his family.
Diego's Bird Girl: I think he should go with the girl burro. That's a better love story.
Manfred: Okay. Well, when you tell your burro story, that's what he'll do.
Elk Boy: Burro is a demeaning name. Technically it's called a wild ass.
Manfred: Fine. The wild ass boy went home to his wild ass mother.
Manfred: See, that's why I called it a burro!
Sid: I'm gonna be the first one to jump off the Eviscerator, and then you guys are gonna have to start showing me some respect.
Manfred: You jump off this, the only respect you're gonna get is respect for the dead.
Diego: Come on, Manny. He's not that stupid.
[Sid prepares to jump]
Diego: But I've been wrong before.
Fast Tony: It's all part of my accu-weather forecast. The five-day outlook is calling for intense flooding followed by... the end of the world! And a slight chance of patchy sunshine later in the week.
Lone Gunslinger Vulture: There is some good news, though. The more of you die, the better I eat. I didn't say it was good news for you.
Ellie: Hey, do we do any special tricks like roll over, or do we just throw our weight around?
Female Mini Sloth: Fire King avert flood. Join us, O great and noble flaming one.
Diego: Whoa, not so fast there! Okay? You make a quality offer, but Fire King has a prior commitment. His herd needs him. He is the gooey, sticky... stuff that holds us together. He made this herd, and we'd be nothing without him.
Sid: You mean it? Ohh!
Diego: Sid! Sid! I'm... That doesn't mean "want to touch."
Ellie: I thought fat guys were supposed to be jolly.
Manfred: I'm not fat. It's this fur. It makes me look big. It's poofy.
Ellie: Oh, okay.
[to Crash and Eddie]
Ellie: He's fat.
Sid: Well, shave me down and call me a mole rat. You found another mammoth.
Ellie: Where? Wait a minute. I thought mammoths were extinct.
Ellie: What are you looking at me for?
Manfred: I don't know. Maybe because you're a mammoth?
Ellie: Me? Don't be ridiculous! I'm not a mammoth, I'm a possum.
Manfred: Right, good one. I'm a newt.
[Points at Diego]
Manfred: This is my friend, the badger,
[Points at Sid]
Manfred: ... and my other friend, the platypus.
Sid: Why do I gotta be the platypus? Make him the platypus.
Sid: [Manfred doesn't want to shoot Crash from a tree] You're never gonna impress Ellie like that.
Manfred: I don't want to impress her.
Sid: Then why are you trying so hard to convince her she's a mammoth?
Manfred: Because that's what she is! I don't care if she thinks she's a possum. You can't be two things.
Sid: Au contraire, "Manfred". Tell her that's a bullfrog, a chickenhawk, or the turtledove.
Fast Tony: [stopping female ox] You, ma'am! You look like a big "fat" hairy beast. How you'd like to lost a ton or two?
Female Ox: Uh! Would I ever!
Male Ox: Don't listen to him, Vera. You're already thin as a twig.
[the two leave]
Fast Tony: And I also have the perfect cure for your eyesight, my blind friend.
Molehog Kid 1: C'mon, Grandpa its time to go!
Molehog Kid 2: The flood's over!
Molehog Grandpa: I'm not leaving this boat! This is my boat now!
Sid: He's coming around the corner, and he's up by a couple of fifths. He's ahead by a tusk! Oh, he's beating Diego! Diego's gonna go to the corner!
Manfred: Hey, buddy, have you seen a mammoth?
Glyptodon: I sure have, big as life.
Glyptodon: I'm looking at him.
Manfred: Not me!
Glyptodon: [to his friend, another glyptodont] Poor guy, doesn't know he's a mammoth.
Manfred: We gotta listen to him, he was right about the flood!
Fast Tony: I am?
Fast Tony: I mean, yes, I am!
Elk Dad: [to Manfred] Wait a minute, "you're" the one who said there wasn't going to "be" a flood. Why should we listen to you?
Manfred: Because we saw what's up there. The dam's gonna break, the entire valley's gonna flood!
Ellie: [annoyed with Manny suggesting they save their species] OK. We followed you during the day, now you're coming with us at night.
Manfred: But we can't see at night.
Ellie: Then enjoy the flood.
Eddie: I can't even look at him!
Crash: [turns and looks at Manny] Pervert!
Eddie: [while looking down and around him] Crash, I told you not to drink before bed.
Crash: [while looking down and around him] I didn't do "this"!
[looks behind him]
Crash: At least not "all" of it.
Sid: You guys won't believe what happened to me just now!
Diego: I'm gonna go out on a limb and say you were "sleepwalking".
Sid: Oh, no. I was kidnapped by a tribe of mini sloths.
Diego: That was going to be my second guess.
Sid: Manny, you've come a long way since we first met, and I'll take the credit for that, but you need to let go of the past so you'll have a future.
Sid: [Sarcastically] Makin' friends everywhere yuh go - just makin' friends.
Fast Tony: The five day outlook is calling for intense flooding followed by the end of the world.