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I, Robot quotes are certainly quotable for movie fans. These are some of the best quotes from the sci-fi I, Robot as determined by you and your votes. The screenplay for I, Robot finds its origins in the short stories of Isaac Asimov. In the film, a detective in the year 2035 investigates a crime in which the prime suspect is a robot. Released on July 16, 2004, the tagline for I, Robot was "One man saw it coming."

What are the best I, Robot quotes? Do you like Detective Spooner's line, "Human beings have dreams"? Or do you like some of the lesser known lines from the film? Let it be known. Vote for your top I, Robot quotes and watch them rise to the top of the list.

Hold it or Wear it is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list The Best I, Robot Quotes
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Detective Del Spooner: Hold my pie.
Guy on the street: What? -...
Detective Del Spooner: Sir, hold it or wear it. [The man grabs the pie]
Asthmatic Woman: [After Spooner "arrests" her robot] You... [inhales with her inhaler] are an asshole.
Detective Del Spooner: Ma'am, is that your purse?
Asthmatic Woman: Of course, it´s my purse, I left my inhaler at home. He was running it out to me.
Detective Del Spooner: I saw the robot running with the purse and naturally I assumed...
Asthmatic Woman: What? Are you crazy?!
NS-4 Robot: I'm sorry for the misunderstanding, Officer.
Asthmatic Woman: Don't apologize. You were doin' what you're supposed to be doin'. [To Spooner] But what are you doing!?
Detective Del Spooner: [Embarrassed] Have a lovely day, ma'am.
Asthmatic Woman: You lucky I can't breathe, or I'd walk all up and down your ass!
The Last Nothing is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list The Best I, Robot Quotes
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Lt. John Bergin: [After Spooner arrives at the station] Lead by example. Says that right on your badge. So, are we going to talk about this?
Detective Del Spooner: About what?
Police Officer: [Sarcastically, as other cops laugh] Police, help me! That robot stole my dry-cleaning!
Detective Del Spooner: Oh, you wanna talk about that.
Lt. John Bergin: Spoon, how many robots have ever snatched a purse?
Detective Del Spooner: John, the thing is runnin'...
Lt. John Bergin: No. How many robots... in the world have ever committed a crime?
Detective Del Spooner: Now, define "crime."
Lt. John Bergin: Answer the question, dammit!
Detective Del Spooner: None, John.
Lt. John Bergin: What happened today?
Detective Del Spooner: Nothing.
Lt. John Bergin: Better be the last "nothing."
CEO Lawrence Robertson: Can I offer you a coffee?
Detective Del Spooner: Sure, why not. It's free, right?