Arthur: Merlin is a wonder, but the wonder is that he's such an idiot. There's no way he's a sorcerer.
Merlin: What else could I do? It's my fault Gwen's going to die!
Gaius: Yes, but you don't prover her innocence by offering to jump into the flames. You do it by finding out what's causing the disease.
Merlin: I'm on my way, sorry I'm late.
Arthur: [flatly] Don't worry, I'm getting used to it.
Merlin: But not all magic is bad. I know it isn't.
Gaius: Magic is neither good nor bad. It's how you use it.
Arthur: [searching Merlin's messy room] Merlin, come here. Look what I found. I found a place where you can put things. It's called a cupboard.
Gaius: Patience is a virtue, Merlin.
Merlin: What? Sitting by and doing nothing, that's a virtue?
Gaius: [trying to find out what caused the disease] What's different about this victim?
Merlin: Um, she's-she's a woman.
Gaius: Sometimes I do wonder whether your magical talents were given to the right person. Anything else?
Merlin: Water. You think the disease is spreading through water?
Gaius: Merlin, you're a prodigy.
Gwen: How could you know?
Merlin: yeah, alright. You've finally found out. I'll tell you.
[takes a deep breath]
Merlin: I'm physic.
Gwen: [laughing] No you're not.
Merlin: It's true.
Gwen: Alright, what am I thinking?
Merlin: [pretending to concentrate] That I'm... *not* physic.
Gwen: [laughs] You're strange.
[Merlin gives her a look]
Gwen: I-I don't mean that in a nasty way. You're just... funny.
Arthur: She's right, father. You hear the word 'magic' and you no longer listen.
Arthur: Father, please, I can't allow this. This is madness! There's no way *Merlin* is a sorcerer!
Arthur: He's in love.
Arthur: With Gwen.
Merlin: I am not...
Arthur: Yes you are.
Merlin: No way.
Arthur: I saw you yesterday with that flower she'd given you.
Merlin: But... I am not in love with her.
Arthur: It's alright, you can admit it.
Merlin: I don't even think of her like that!
Merlin: Well, whatever it is, one thing's for sure, Arthur's not going to find it. He thinks he is *so* sharp. But even when I told him that I was a wizard, he still couldn't see it.
Gaius: A wizard's pretty hard to spot.
Merlin: Well maybe I should go around wearing a pointy hat.
Gaius: [the dragon tells Merlin how to defeat the creature, and that he and Arthur are two sides of a coin. Gaius doesn't know about the dragon] How did you find this out?
Merlin: Um, I just knew, y'know? Upon my powers.
Gaius: What else did your powers tell you?
Merlin: That... I am one side of a coin. The brighter side, obviously.
Arthur: I'm telling you, Morgana, turn back. You could be hurt.
Morgana: So could you. If you don't get out of my way.