Cleo Bellows: Terrific. My return to the social scene involves false medical history.
Alex Bellows: [finding himself the center of attraction at a party] So Orpheus was some kind of artist?
Cleo Bellows: I'm disappointed in you, Alex.
Alex Bellows: Spare me.
Cleo Bellows: He was basically the first rock star, only Greek.
Alex Bellows: And, uh, that's why all the women.
Cleo Bellows: You didn't think that they were were throwing themselves at Alex Bellows, did you?
Alex Bellows: [checking out his reflection] Oh, yeah! I would DEFINITELY date me.
Cleo Bellows: Jeesh, maybe I should let you be alone with yourself.
Alex Bellows: [still gazing at his reflection] Good thing you got the brains, Clo, 'cause I definitely got the looks.
Cleo Bellows: Just remember: Orpheus' life turns out to be a tragedy, so be careful.
Alex Bellows: Is that why I brought my harp?
Cleo Bellows: [correcting] Lyre.
Alex Bellows: No, really. I got a harp.
Charon: [guarding the entry to the afterlife] This is a bad place for a hike.
Alex Bellows: Yeah, so I'm told.
Cleo Bellows: Alex, if I know my Orpheus, I'd get out my lyre and I'd play.
Alex Bellows: What?
Cleo Bellows: Look, just pretend I'm your muse, okay? And when your muse says play, you play.
Gorgos: You're not just a man who lives in myths, Dr. Bellows. You're a man who believes his own fairy tales.
Alex Bellows: [staring down the passageway to Hades] Paved with good intentions?
Alex Bellows: Look, if you know who I am, I need your help. My wife, her name is Eurydice...
Jades: She's already here.
Alex Bellows: She died too soon, too young.
Jades: Not your decision.
Alex Bellows: But it was my fault that she died. It's not fair.
Jades: Even if that's true, your wife is not the only reason you're here. Is it? You search every face.
Jades: [to Persephone] He wants more than Eurydice.
Jades: [to Alex] Your father... is not... here.
Alex Bellows: I was a total phlegm, I know that. No man should treat his wife the way I treated you.