Kristoff: Remember our first trip like this, when I said you'd have to be crazy to want to marry a man you just met?
Anna: Wait, what? Crazy? You didn't say I was crazy. You think I'm crazy?
Kristoff: No. I did. You were. (Sven warns him with a growl) Not crazy. Clearly. (laughs nervously) Just naive. (Anna puckers her lips and moves away from Kristoff) Not naive. Just that... Just... New to love. Like... Like I was and when you're new, you're bound to get it wrong.
Anna: So you're saying I'm wrong for you.
Kristoff: What? No! No I'm not saying you're wrong or crazy, I'm saying that...
(Elsa wakes up hearing the mysterious voice again)
Elsa: Kristoff, stop, please.
Kristoff: Good idea.
Olaf: Who's into trivia? I am. Okay. Did you know that water has memory? True fact. It's disputed by many, but it's true. Did you know men are six times more likely to be struck by lightning? Did you know gorillas burp when they're happy? Did you know we blink four million times a day? Did you know wombats poop squares?
Kristoff: Did you know sleeping quietly on long journeys prevents insanity?
Olaf (laughs): Yeah, that's not true.
Kristoff: It is.
Anna: It's true.
Elsa: Definitely true.
Olaf: Well, that was unanimous. But I will look it up when we get home.