Marian: [Being led outside by Gisborne blindfolded] I do not like surprises.
Guy of Gisborne: Well, you'll like this one.
[He removes her blindfold]
Marian: [Gasps at the sight of the horse] Oh, he's beautiful!
Much: So. Master, forgive me, but... you found him trying to burn a church, yet you saved him and not the church?
Robin Hood: Because I could not fit the *church* on my horse!
Guy of Gisborne: Marian and I have had a disagreement, that's all. I'd hoped that...
Sheriff of Nottingham: Hope! I would rather be *dead* than spend my life hoping. I hope for this; I hope for that. Buy her something. A trinket or two.
Guy of Gisborne: Marian is not the type to be bought.
Sheriff of Nottingham: Nonsense. All women can be bought; it's a nesting thing. They want to make sure that their offspring are provided for. They're animals really.
Robin Hood: The Devil couldn't make it. You'll have to deal with me instead.
Allan A Dale: [as Marian rides up on her new horse and dismounts] Whoa! Nice legs!
[Marian and Robin both look at him]
Allan A Dale: I meant the horse.
[Robin stifles a laugh]
Djaq: You're not listening to me because I'm a woman! Don't make the same mistake with them!
Much: I didn't do anything. I just listened to him.
Robin Hood: Well, maybe that's the real magic. Listening.
[He slowly walks away, whistling]
Much: Why don't you listen to me more then, Master?
[Robin continues whistling]
Robin Hood: [as if he only just noticed Much was talking to him] What? Sorry. Sorry, did you say something?
Much: Unbelievable! You talk to me about listening, then you don't listen!
Robin Hood: Pardon?
Much: You talk to me about listening... Very funny.
[Robin laughs as Much catches on]
Much: Very funny. But seriously, you don't, you don't listen to me.
Robin Hood: I *do* listen to you!
[They continue to argue; fade out]
Peasant Woman: What kind of man burns churches?
Robin Hood: I'll let you know... when I've asked him.
Marian: [to Robin] You've been eating too many mushrooms in that forest.
Much: [to Harold, just after he's woken up in the cage] Don't worry, it's for your own protection... Well, ours, really.
Harold: What did I do this time?
Much: Well, let's just say you, ah, ruined the kebabs.
Much: That's a gift?
Prince Malik: It was. A peace offering.
Allan A Dale: Peace? Let's stick needles in his head and see how he likes it.
Prince Malik: And this is what happens when cousins marry.
Sheriff of Nottingham: [after being saved by the outlaws] And, Locksley... remember... business as usual tomorrow.
Robin Hood: I look forward to it.
Sheriff of Nottingham: [whilst fighting the assassins] I hate this! This isn't much fun at all!