Violet Parr: Tony, this is my mom.
Helen Parr: Pleased to meet you.
Violet Parr: This is my dad.
Bob Parr: Oh, we've met.
Violet Parr: And this is embarrassing...
Dash Parr: Charmed, I'm sure.
Violet Parr: My little brother, Dash. And the baby is Jack-Jack. I tried to limit it to one parent.
Helen Parr: We're all going to a movie, too, Tony. Don't mind us.
Bob Parr: We'll be sitting on the other side of the theater. Not watching you.
Violet Parr: He's kidding. They are only dropping us off at the theater. They have other things to do.
Tony Rydinger: So, you guys are close, I guess.
Violet Parr: Yeah, I guess.
Bob Parr: We can get closer.
Helen Parr: Bob.
(There is shooting sound coming from somewhere close, everyone exchanges looks)
Violet Parr: Stop! Let us out! (gets out of the car with Tony) Here, large popcorn, small soda. Save me a seat, center, about eight rows back. I'll be back before the previews are over.
Bob Parr: Elasticycle? I didn't know you had a bike.
Helen Parr: Hey, I had a mohawk. There's a lot about me you don't know.
Bob Parr: Yeah, but... A mohawk?
Helen Parr: Ah, you didn't miss anything.
(Helen is trying out the new supersuit)
Helen Parr: This isn't me. I'm not all dark and angsty. I'm Elastigirl. I'm, you know, flexible.
Bob Parr: E designed this?
Helen Parr: No, some guy named Alexander Galbaki.
Bob Parr: Glad it's you and not me, 'cause you're gonna hear from her.
Bob Parr: I'll watch the kids, no problem. Easy.
Helen Parr: Easy, huh? You're adorable. Well, if there is a problem, I'll drop this thing and come right back.
Bob Parr: You won't need to. I got it, you go do this thing. Do it so... I can do it better.
Rick Dicker: Politicians don't understand people... who do good simply because it's right. It makes 'em nervous. They've been gunning for Supers for years. Today was all they needed. Anyway... I'm done. I'm afraid two more weeks in the motel is the best I can do for ya. It ain't much.
Helen Parr: You've done plenty, Rick. We won't forget.
Rick Dicker: Well, it has been a great honor working with you good people.
Bob Parr: Thanks for everything, and good luck.
Rick Dicker: Yeah. You, too.
Bob Parr: I have to do this alone.
Helen Parr: What is this to you? Playtime?
Bob Parr: No.
Helen Parr: So you can be Mr. Incredible again?
Bob Parr: No!
Helen Parr: Then what? What is it?
Bob Parr: I'm not...
Helen Parr: Not what?
Bob Parr: I'm not strong enough.
Helen Parr: Strong enough? And this will make you stronger?
Bob Parr: Yes. No!
Helen Parr: That's what this is? Some sort of workout?
Bob Parr: I can't lose you again! I can't. Not again. I'm not strong enough.
Helen Parr: If we work together, you won't have to be.
Bob Parr: I'm sorry. This is my fault. I've been a lousy father. Blind to what I have. So obsessed with being undervalued that I undervalued all of you.
(Violet makes a force field but no one but Dash notices)
Dash Parr: Dad?
Helen Parr: Shh. Don't interrupt.
Bob Parr: So caught up in the past that I... You are my greatest adventure. And I almost missed it. I swear, I'm gonna get us out of this safely if I...
Violet Parr: Well... I think Dad has made some excellent progress today but I think it's time we wind down now.
Violet Parr: Mom, what happened on the plane. I'm sorry. I wanted to help. When you asked me to... I'm sorry.
Helen Parr: Shh. It isn't your fault. It wasn't fair for me to suddenly ask so much of you. But things are different now. And doubt is a luxury we can't afford anymore, sweetie. You have more power than you realize. Don't think. And don't worry. If the time comes, you'll know what to do. It's in your blood.
Edna Mode: I cut it a little roomy for the free movement. The fabric is comfortable for sensitive skin, And can also withstand a temperature of over 1000 degrees. Completely bulletproof. And machine washable, darling. That's a new feature.
Helen Parr: What on earth do you think the baby will be doing!?
Edna Mode: Well, I'm sure I don't know, darling. Luck favors the prepared. I didn't know the baby's powers, so I covered the basics.
Helen Parr: Jack-Jack doesn't have any powers.
Edna Mode: No? Well, he'll look fabulous anyway.
Helen Parr: Now, it's perfectly normal...
Violet Parr: Normal? What do you know about normal? What does anyone in this family know about normal?
Helen Parr: Now, wait a minute, young lady...
Violet Parr: We act normal. I wanna be normal. The only normal one is Jack-Jack, and he's not even toilet trained.
Dash Parr: Lucky. (Violet and Helen give him a look) I meant about being normal.
Helen Parr: You're late. When you asked if I was doing anything later, I didn't realize you'd forgotten. I thought it was playful banter.
Bob Parr: It was playful banter.
Helen Parr: Cutting it close, don't you think?
Bob Parr: You need to be more... flexible.
Helen Parr: I love you, but if we're gonna make this work, you've gotta be more than Mr. Incredible. You know that. Don't you? As long as we both shall live. No matter what happens.
Bob Parr: Hey, come on. We're superheroes. What could happen?
Elastigirl: Settle down? Are you kidding? I'm at the top of my game! I'm up there with the big dogs! Girls, come on. Leave the saving of the world to the men? I don't think so. I don't think so.