Kat Dennings: Darcy Lewis
Thor : [taking coffee for the first time] This drink... I like it!
Darcy : I know, it's great right?
Thor : ANOTHER!
Thor : [throws the mug on the floor and shatters it]
Jane Foster : [to the lady behind the counter] Sorry, Izzie, little accident...
Jane Foster : [to Thor] What was that?
Thor : It was delicious! I want another!
Jane Foster : You could have just said so!
Thor : I just did!
Jane Foster : I mean ask nicely!
Thor : I meant no disrespect.
Jane Foster : Alright, no more smashing. Deal?
Thor : You have my word.
Darcy : [On seeing Thor, who's been hit by their car, lying on the ground] Whoa, does he need CPR? 'Cause I totally know CPR!
Darcy : [staring at Thor] You know, for a crazy homeless person... he's pretty cut.
Darcy : [mispronounces Mjölnir] Myeuh-muh? What's Myeuh-muh?
Darcy : Look! Look, it's "Myeuh-muh"!
[points to a mythology book, specifically a page with a drawing of Mjölnir]
Jane Foster : [about the mythology book] Where'd you find this?
Erik Selvig : The children's section. I just wanted to show you how silly his story was.
Jane Foster : But you're the one who's always pushing me to chase down every possibility, every alternative.
Erik Selvig : I'm talking about science, not magic.
Jane Foster : Well, "magic's just science we don't understand yet." Arthur C. Clarke.
Erik Selvig : Who wrote science-fiction.
Jane Foster : A precursor to science fact!
Erik Selvig : In some cases, yeah.
Jane Foster : Well, if there's an Einstein-Rosen bridge, then there's something on the other side. And advanced beings could have crossed it!
Erik Selvig : Oh, Jane.
Darcy : A primitive culture like the Vikings might have worshiped them as deities.
Jane Foster : Yes! Yes, exactly. Thank you.
Darcy : I am not dying for 6 college credits!
Darcy : Is somebody else coming?
[the Destroyer approaches]