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Going TurboWreck-It Ralph: "I don't want to be the bad guy anymore."
Kano: "You can't mess with the program, Ralph."
M. Bison: "You're not going turbo are you?"
Wreck-It Ralph: "Turbo? No, I'm not going turbo! Come on guys! Is it turbo to want a friend or a medal or a piece of pie every once in a while? Is it turbo to want more out of life?"
Clyde: "Ralph, Ralph, we get it but we can't change who we are and the sooner you accept that the better off your game and your life will be."
Zangief: "Hey, one game at a time, Ralph."
Clyde: "Now, let's close out with the bad guy affirmation."
Bad Guys: [in unison] "I am bad and that's good. I will never be good and that's not bad. There's no one I'd rather be than me."
When Ralph reveals to his support group full of fellow bad guys that he wants to be a good guy for once, they kind of flip out and accuse him of going turbo, which we can only conclude is really bad in bad guy video game talk.
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Bad GuysWreck-It Ralph: "It sure must be nice being the good guy."
Clyde: "Nice share, Ralph. As fellow bad guys, we've all felt what you're feeling."
Zangief: "I am Zangief. I am bad guy."
Bad Guys: [in unison] "Hi Zangief"
Zangief: "Ralph, you are bad guy but this does not mean you are bad guy."
Zombie: "Zombie. Bad guy."
Bad Guys: [in unison] "Hi Zombie"
Zombie: "Zangief saying, labels not make you happy. Good, bad, uhgh! You must love you."
Since of course in video game land there are support groups for all the bad guys in games, Ralph confides in his group how he feels about always being the bad guy and never the hero.
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Not That Kind of DutyVanellope von Schweetz: "What's that?"
Wreck-It Ralph: "A medal. I earned it in Hero's Duty."
[Vanellope von Schweetz laughs]
Wreck-It Ralph: "Not that kind of duty!"
Vanellope von Schweetz: "I bet you really gotta watch where you step in a game called Hero's Duty!"
Poor Ralph. He's so proud to finally be doing something positive, earning a medal in Hero's Duty and he gets nothing but flack from little Vanellope von Schweetz.
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You're Mimicking MeVanellope von Schweetz: "What's your name?"
Wreck-It Ralph: "Wreck-It- Ralph"
Vanellope von Schweetz: "Are you a hobo?"
Wreck-It Ralph: "Listen, I try to be nice."
Vanellope von Schweetz: "I try to be nice."
Wreck-It Ralph: "You're mimicking me."
Vanellope von Schweetz: "You're mimicking me."
Wreck-It Ralph: "That is rude and this conversation is over."
Vanellope von Schweetz: "This conversation is over."
Wreck-It Ralph soon learns that despite being in the seemingly sweet game Sugar Rush, not everyone there is as nice as he'd expect. Vanellope von Schweetz shows him this the hard way when the two meet.
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Hit a Guy with GlassesKing Candy: "You're game jumping?"
Wreck-It Ralph: "Hey!"
King Candy: "Ah hah! You wouldn't hit a guy with glasses, would you? You hit a guy with glasses! Thats... well played."
Jumping from video game to video game is difficult for Ralph, especially after living for 30 years as that tough, strong, bad guy. That's why when he runs into the innocent little King Candy, things get a little sticky.
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Hero's DutyGeneral Hologram: "On a planet with no name, a top-secret experiment has gone horribly wrong."
Wreck-It Ralph: "Rootin' tootin' ready for shootin'"
Sergeant Tamora Jean Calhoun: "All right, now listen up because I'm only going to say this once. Fear is a four-letter word ladies. You want to go pee pee in your big boy slacks, keep it to yourself. It's make your mama proud time."
Wreck-It Ralph: "I love my mama!"
In his game-jumping adventures, Ralph finds himself in the epic battle game Hero's Duty. Ralph is sweet and well-intentioned but this kind of environment might be a bit too much for his kind spirit.
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Wreck-It RalphWreck-It Ralph: "My name's Wreck-It Ralph. 30 years I've been doing this. It starts to feel hard to love your job when no one else seems to like you for doing it."
As viewers meet Wreck-It Ralph they are introduced to a legend in the video game world yet a broken man yearning to break out of his mold as the bad guy.
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Ralph Abandoned His GameFix-It Felix, Jr.: "Ralph abandoned his game!"
Just as people often talk about quitting their job but rarely go through with it, after Ralph talks about leaving his game, no one thinks he will actually do it and when he does, the remaining characters in Fix-It Felix, Jr. are shocked.