[Upon seeing graffiti depicting him, literally, stabbing Caesar in the back]
Marcus Junius Brutus: [to a slave] Erase that.
Cassius: I don't know why you're bothering, it's on every wall, every hill in the city... I wouldn't worry too much about scribbles on the wall, Brutus. King Caesar knows you're his loyal friend.
Marcus Junius Brutus: Oh I'm not worried about that, it's just... Do I really look like that?
Cassius: It's near.
Marcus Junius Brutus: But that's tragic.
[In his cell, awaiting execution, Pullo catches a single cockroach and holds it up to the sky]
Titus Pullo: Janus, Gaia and Dis, I humbly beg you accept this creature as my offering, and if it pleases you, I ask you to give Eirene long life... and same for my friend Lucius Vorenus and his family, if it's not too much. And let Eirene know, I'm sorry for what I did.
[crushes the cockroach]
Gaius Julius Caesar: I don't think I can take another one of Cicero's eulogies.
Mark Antony: He praises you so long and high one might think he was being sincere.
Marcus Junius Brutus: The plebs love to see the betters fight. It's cheaper than theatre and the blood is real.
Cassius: The people will not accept a tyrant's death unless a Brutus holds the knife.
Gaius Octavian: Did you? Did you have him killed?
Gaius Julius Caesar: I didn't even know he existed, until he no longer did.
Mascius: What are you doing here? I thought you said Pullo is dead to you.
Lucius Vorenus: He will be dead to all soon.
Gaius Julius Caesar: You know I've always looked upon you as a son.
Marcus Junius Brutus: Oh dear, one of those conversations.
Marcus Junius Brutus: Had you told me you were to march on Rome, and asked me for my allegiance, I would have given it. I would have judged you insane, but I would have given you my allegiance because I look on you as my father. But you did not ask me for my allegiance. You demanded it at sword point. *I* betrayed nothing.
Gaius Julius Caesar: I trust you completely.
Marcus Junius Brutus: So much so that you would send me from Rome to govern Macedonia. Well. Thank you, I am honored, but I will not go.
Gaius Julius Caesar: It is in my legal power to insist that you do go.
Marcus Junius Brutus: As my father. As my father I looked on you!
Gaius Julius Caesar: For a year or so, no more. Until the city's stable.
Marcus Junius Brutus: [near tears] Forgive me. I feel unwell. Perhaps we can finish this game another time.
Gaius Julius Caesar: Be reasonable! You're on every wall with a knife at my throat! It would be foolish to ignore it.
Marcus Junius Brutus: Only tyrants need worry about tyrant killers.
Marcus Junius Brutus: Mother... I owe Caesar no more friendship. I must do my duty.
Mark Antony: Your mother is a vicious and heartless creature. But I find I am wretched without her.
[Marched into the arena, Pullo tosses down his sword and sits on the sand. The crowd boos]
Gladiator #1: Stand up and fight!
Titus Pullo: I don't want to.
Gladiator #1: That's not how it works. You're supposed to resist.
Titus Pullo: Not if I don't want to. I just want to die, all right? So go ahead and kill me and be done with it.
Gladiator #2: Bollocks!
[pokes Pullo with his spear]
Gladiator #2: Move!
Gladiator #1: What's wrong with you? Where's your dignity?
Gladiator #2: Hey, soldier, wake up! Why don't you come here and suck my cock?
Gladiator #1: Look, just hold your sword. Just stand up and hold it, that's all, you don't have to run about or anything.
Gladiator #2: You're naught but a bloody molly! You and the whole Thirteenth! Naught but bloody mollys!
Titus Pullo: [looks up] Don't talk the Thirteenth.
Gladiator #2: Eh?
Gladiator #2: I piss on the Thirteenth!
Gladiator #1: [laughing] Pigspawn, all of them.
[Picking up on the theme, the crowd laughs derisively]
Gladiator #2: Why don't you and the whole Thirteenth all line up and suck my...?
[Pullo grabs his spear and goes berserk]