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    Kagura: Kintama!
    Shinpachi: Kagura-chan, girls shouldn't say that word.
    Kagura: Okay then, how about golden ball?
    Shinpachi: That's not good either.
    Okita: Die, Hijikata.
    Hijikata: Die, Okita.
    Okita: Die, Okita. Oops, I mean Hijikata.
    Kagura: Where's Gin-chan? Is Gin-chan still asleep? Shall I wake him up?
    Shinpachi: No, never mind. Gin-san's in kanashibari.
    Kagura: Kanashibari? What is kanashibari?
    Shinpachi: It's a ghost paralysis. You're awake, but your body can't move. It's a very convenient state for the animators.
    Kagura: Convenient?
    Shinpachi: Seems all the anime staff are taking a trip to Kinugawa Hot Spa, so they were talking about creating a 30-minute "Gin-san Meets Ghost Paralysis" episode.
    Ane: What's the big deal about getting your butt groped? Do you know why there are two halves to your butt? It's so that you won't mind if someone touches one half.
    Sakata Gintoki: Even if you lose your memory, you still retain it in your heart. You never lose the memories in your head, they are still deeply entrenched in your heart. That's what I believe.
    Fuwa Aika: The beginning is the end, and the end is the beginning. Well then, let us begin again. And to each, their own tale.
    Takigawa Yoshino: Lovers don't need words to communicate.
    Fuwa Mahiro: To you, life was just something you acted out and ended, all according to someone else's script. That's why you were always quoting Shakespeare... However, Aika, I say that you were wrong! You did what you shouldn't have, and didn't do as you should have. Because you relied on someone else's script, you were wrong. [...] I won't live my life by another person's script. Not by "Hamlet" or "The Tempest". I don't know how many years in the future it will be... But I'll write and act my own ending.
    Hanemura Megumu: There's something I want to tell you. A story about those who seemed to have lost something. But were able to gain something by coming together.
    Ichiryū: The ones that the future can be entrusted to has always been those who can sit around the same dining table.
    Fuwa Mahiro: We don't know if this world is real or a dream. Maybe the world till now has been a convenient fake. But magic will probably disappear now. The dream is over.
    Fuwa Mahiro: Butterflies have always been said to carry souls of the dead or to bring bad omens.
    Fuwa Aika: The subtle light that is born when people's feelings come together. That light embraces felicity, evil, sin, and happiness. The light blazes forth... illuminating the whole truth.
    Kusaribe Hakaze: What's wrong with wanting to keep the man you love out of harm's way?
    Tomii Ryūnosuke: If we are truly Earth's genes, the purpose of space exploration is because mutation is necessary.
    Tomii Ryūnosuke: Michael Ende once compared humans to cancer cells, but I believe that humans are germ cells. However, there is the possibility that any of us could become the cancer cell that destroys Earth.
    Tomii Ryūnosuke: The American thinker Buckminster Fuller once called our planet "Spaceship Earth." On the other hand, British scientist James Lovelock stated that our planet was a life form named Gaia. I was always puzzled by the contrast between spaceship and life form. But the British scientist Richard Dawkins helped tie it together. Humans can be considered the Earth's genes. The planet is trying to self-replicate. That is natural behavior for a life form.
    Kusaribe Hakaze: Even if he hates me, being able to die with the knowledge that the one I love will never forget me... There is no greater happiness a woman could desire.
    Narrator: When the oceans of the world dried up, people said the end of mankind had come. They lamented their fate, and closed their eyes to the limitless ocean overhead. A small few gritted their teeth, believing in a bright new future for mankind... and embarked upon this new infinite ocean - Space. People pointed their fingers and laughed, calling them outlaws chasing empty dreams. This is the story of such a time.
    Kusaribe Hakaze: When you do something for the man you love, instead of for the world, it's easier to decide what must be done.
    Kusaribe Hakaze: To lose the woman you loved, not even being able to grieve... If not a tragedy, what is it?
    Takigawa Yoshino: What, exactly, would change if I wanted revenge, was consumed by hatred, or went insane with rage?
    Fuwa Mahiro: Only sadness can counter sadness.
    Fuwa Aika: Just because it's illogical, that doesn't make it wrong.
    Fuwa Aika: Summer stars are so unscrupulous. They shine without thought or care. [...] They try so hard to display their radiance. Trying to let us know they exist before they disappear. I admire that simple, honest wish.
    Takigawa Yoshino: A girlfriend isn't something you get just because you want one. You meet someone you like, and you want to spend time together. That's why you'd want them as your girlfriend, right?
    Fuwa Aika: Everything happens for a reason. The daily tragedies and misfortunes are all meaningful events, leading toward an ideal conclusion. With that in mind, there probably isn't really any meaningless misfortune.
    Kusaribe Hakaze: There are no convenient miracles, and there is logic that should be inviolable.
    Fuwa Mahiro: I'll do whatever it takes to have everything make sense again!
    Hoshimura Jun'ichirō: Boobs that don't shake aren't boobs at all.
    Komatsu: Ah, Sanita!
    Sunny: Sanita?!
    Komatsu: You know, because you're wearing a Santa suit and you're Sani.
    Higaki Rinne: Yasuri, people die when they are killed.
    Dziadek Bernadotte: Why do mercenaries kill? For money. The people we fought had goals based on principles and assertions, like overthrowing the establishment or maintaining the establishment. For aggression, defense, and one's homeland. For family, women, narcotics, food, and many other things. We don't understand stuff like that, but we know they're important. But I also think that you can do all those things without killing anyone. I mean, do you really need those reasons to pull the trigger?
    Hikigaya Hachiman: "It's taking part that counts." These words became famous after the father of the modern Olympics, Baron Pierre de Coubertin, used them in a speech, but some say the quote has been frequently misused as a coercion tool to force participation. Yet, there are countless situations in our society where it was a waste to even go. If it's taking part that counts, then taking part in the side that doesn't take part should also count. If everything can be chalked up to experience, then the experience of experiencing nothing should be worth just as much. In fact, the idea that someone isn't getting experience could be called priceless.
    Alucard: You can't even change into fog or a bat. You can't even heal your gunshot wounds. If you run out of bullets, you can't even fight. And you want to be a nosferatu? Shame on you!
    Integra: The most efficient way to destroy a vampire is with another vampire.
    Alucard: It's a great night. The kind of night that makes me want to drink blood. Ah, the quiet. It really is a great evening.
    Luke Valentine: You've reduced yourself to being a dog for the Church of England. You're not fit to—
    Alucard: Quiet! You're dog food.
    Yoshino: Were you browsing adult sites on Kirino's laptop again?
    Kyōsuke: What are you saying, dear mother? Look at this pure blue sky which precisely reflects my heart!
    Kanji: 人.
    Hikigaya Hachiman: Well, they say the kanji for "people" is two people supporting each other. But did you ever notice one side is leaning on the other? I believe the acceptance of sacrificing someone is the whole idea behind "people."
    Motoi: How come your hand is wet?
    Killer B: Don't sweat the small stuff.
    Motoi: And where's Naruto?
    Killer B: I was a pissin' and he went a missin'
    Do wskrzeszonych wrogów.
    Nara Shikamaru: You guys look down on the living too much. Granted, you now have immortal bodies and you're stronger than when you were alive. But we've been constantly fighting against something way tougher. A rival called "the future." Ghosts from the past don't even stand a chance.
    Hikigaya Hachiman: It's said that if you change, the world changes with you, but that's not true. When people evaluate others, it's through prejudice and existing impressions. People who are alone are pressured to stay alone. If they work hard to stand out in something, it only becomes ammo to use against them. That's the lousy rule of the world of kids. The question: The world does not change. One can change oneself. How, then, does one change? The answer: Become the god of a new world.
    Hikigaya Hachiman: Hey! I'm really grown up! I grumble, I tell filthy lies, I do underhanded things...
    Hikigaya Hachiman: I hate nice girls. If they so much as say hello, it stays on my mind. If they return my texts, my heart races. The day one calls me, I know I'll look at my call history and grin. But I know that's just them being nice. People who are nice to me are also nice to everyone else. I almost end up forgetting that.
    Hikigaya Hachiman: These days, prep schools are granting tuition waivers for students with good grades. If I get that, and get tuition money from my parents, that money will be mine.
    Hikigaya Hachiman: The police don't mobilize until after an incident happens, and it's standard for heroes to show up late. But would anyone condemn them for being late? So, speaking paradoxically, lateness is justice...
    Hikigaya Hachiman: Well, worst case, I get serious. When I get serious, groveling and even boot licking is no problem.
    Yui: Well, see, I lost in a game with Yukinon, so this is like my punishment.
    Hachiman: Talking to me is a punishment?
    Do Hanzō.
    Mifune: A sword that is continuously honed will gain renown and will be passed on. And... Men who cling to their convictions and defend them become heroes whose stories live on throughout the ages!
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