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: Hey, you did this. Can you undo it?
Krushauer: You want me to un-crush?
Bob Parr: What? No one's ever asked for that?
Krushauer: No. To un-crush is silly. Why un-crush?
Bob Parr: To get into the engine room. Oh, forget it. We don't have enough time.
Krushauer: What if I said to un-punch someone? What do you do?
Screenslaver: The Screenslaver interrupts this program... for an important announcement. Don't bother watching the rest. Elastigirl doesn't save the day. She only postpones her defeat. And while she postpones her defeat... you eat chips and watch her confront problems that you are too lazy to deal with. Superheroes are part of your brainless desire to replace true experience with simulation. You don't talk, you watch talk shows. You don't play games, you watch game shows. Travel, relationships, risk... every meaningful experience must be packaged and delivered to you to watch at a distance. So that you can remain ever sheltered ever passive... ever ravenous consumers who can't bring themselves to rise from their couches break a sweat and participate in life. You want superheroes to protect you and make yourselves ever more powerless in the process. While you tell yourselves you're being looked after. That your interests are being served. And your rights are being upheld. So that the system can keep stealing from you... smiling at you all the while. Go ahead, send your Supers to stop me. Grab your snacks, watch your screens, and see what happens. You are no longer in control. I am.
Bob Parr (to Jack-Jack): We're gonna get along just fine... 'cause you don't ask any hard questions.
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.
Winston Deavor: That enthusiasm is golden. Now hold on to it. But for our first move... Well, Elastigirl is our best play.
Bob Parr: Better than me? (Helen gives him a look and coughs) I mean, she's good. Really, a credit to her... You know. You know.
Winston Deavor: With great respect... let's not test the whole "insurance-will-pay-for-everything" idea... on the first go 'round, okay?
Bob Parr: Wait a minute. You're saying what? I'm messy?
Winston Deavor: Well, Evelyn did a cost-benefit analysis... comparing all your last five years of crime fighting before going underground. And Elastigirl's numbers are self-explanatory.
Bob Parr: Well, it's not a fair comparison! Heavyweight problems need heavyweight solutions.
Winston Deavor: Of course! We're gonna solve all kinds of problems together. After the perfect launch with Elastigirl!
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.
In “Incredibles 2,” Helen is called on to lead a campaign to bring Supers back, while Bob navigates the day-to-day heroics of “normal” life at home with Violet, Dash and baby Jack-Jack, whose superpowers are about to be discovered. Their mission is derailed, however, when a new villain emerges with a brilliant and dangerous plot that threatens everything. But the Parrs don’t shy away from a challenge, especially with Frozone by their side. That’s what makes this family so Incredible. (Youtube) │ Produced by Disney/Pixar