Bruce Wayne: Everything's changed for me in the past few weeks. The pain of my parents' deaths... It's still there, but it seems smaller. And there's a new feeling now.
Barbara Gordon: Which would be?
Bruce Wayne: It's a lightness. A sense that things will work out for the best.
Tim Drake: It's called happiness.
Bruce Wayne: Whatever it is, I like it. And I know who's responsible for it. I've asked Susan to marry me. She's accepted. She's everything I need. She's perfect.
Dick Grayson: There's just one problem. That.
[nods at the batsuit]
Dick Grayson: How you gonna keep it from her?
Bruce Wayne: I won't have to. I've always assumed that sooner or later the three of you would get all this. Well, it's going to be sooner. I'm not going to be Batman anymore.
Dick Grayson: I give it a month.
Barbara Gordon: You don't think the marriage will last?
Dick Grayson: Not that. I'm saying he'll have the costume on again in a month.
Barbara Gordon: I don't think so. He's changed.
Dick Grayson: Yeah, right.
Barbara Gordon: Anyone can change and settle down... even you.
Dick Grayson: Don't get your hopes up.
Barbara Gordon: Ha! As if!
Susan Maguire: Why are you interrogating me like this?
Bruce Wayne: Too much perfection, and too many green eyes.
Susan Maguire: What are you talking about?
Bruce Wayne: Let's just say I want to know more about you. Where you came from, your friends, your relatives.
Susan Maguire: Oh, you're just being silly.
[Bruce stares sternly, as Susan tries to walk away. Bruce grabs her arm]
Bruce Wayne: You're not leaving this cabin until you tell me. Well?
[Susan starts to sweat green liquid]
Bruce Wayne: What are you?
Susan Maguire: Why, Bruce. I'm your wife.