Spidermonkey: [as in the tale of Little Red Riding Hood] Why, Grandma, what big trouble you have!
Gwen Tennyson: I have to find a bathroom.
Kevin Levin: Lots of trees around.
Ben Tennyson: Real debonair, Kevin.
Kevin Levin: Answers, lady. We're done playing.
Human Verdona: Not till I put my toys away, sweetie.
Human Verdona: This little world would be a lot more tolerable without trouble-making imps like you getting in my way.
Gwen Tennyson: I met Grandma Verdona today.
Frank Tennyson: I was afraid this day might come, but you never showed any signs of having powers. Your mother and I thought we were in the clear.
Gwen Tennyson: Magic runs in the family? I knew it.
Frank Tennyson: Honey, there really is no such thing as magic. Your grandma's an alien.
Human Verdona: You always could tell when I was watching, baby. I had hoped it meant you had the spark, but no such luck.
Human Verdona: Anodytes are a race of free spirits with powers that humans can barely comprehend. Now, we don't often mess in the affairs of just plain folks, but I fell deeply in love with Max Tennyson.
Kevin Levin: And ditched him?
Human Verdona: No. It's just that, after the kids were grown and out of the house, I needed to reconnect with my Anodyte heritage, and Max was busy saving the universe with the Plumbers.
Frank Tennyson: Dad thought you didn't know about that.
Human Verdona: Yes, he didn't want me to worry. Sweet man. We had many good years, but we grew apart. Even a fellow loaded with as much mana as Max is still just a physical being.
Human Verdona: Why do the most backward creatures make the best music?
Verdona Tennyson: How do you know you don't like something if you don't try it?
Kevin Levin: Dude, I don't know if I can pound your grandma!
Spidermonkey: That's okay. We're teaching her to mind her "mana." Ah-ah-oo-oo!
Verdona Tennyson: [chuckling] Good one, Ben.
Kevin Levin: Was not.