Servilia of the Junii: So you see the tyrant is dead, the republic is restored and you are alone. Would you like some honey water?
Marcus Junius Brutus: If we are to reckon with Caesar on the senate floor then we will have to reckon with Lucius Vorenus also.
Quintus Pompey: Kill him too, what does it matter?
Marcus Junius Brutus: He's a popular man!
Quintus Pompey: So? I'll kill him.
Servilia of the Junii: It is most important that we keep the people on our side - killing one of their heroes would mess the whole business. Only the tyrant dies!
Quintus Pompey: Then let's kill him in his bed! He doesn't sleep with this man does he?
[On assassinating Caesar]
Marcus Junius Brutus: Gentlemen this is not some cheap murder! It is an honourable thing we do here. It must be done by ourselves, in the senate, on the senate floor, with our own hands... With my hand.
Gaius Julius Caesar: All these years together and it still surprises you I can tie my sandals.
[Forcing Brutus to raise his hand]
Cassius: Thus always for tyrants!
Casca: What about bloody Lucius Vorenus?
Quintus Pompey: Lucius Vorenus is a son of a whore!
Marcus Junius Brutus: And you know him personally, it seems.
Quintus Pompey: I know him.
[a wounded Pullo explains why he came back to Rome]
Lucius Vorenus: "Women," he says. If you took a woman now, you'd come apart like an old sack!
Titus Pullo: [laughs, then winces] Ow...
Mark Antony: [to a panicky Brutus, after the eulogies at Caesar's funeral] Nice speech. Possibly a bit technical for that audience.