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NEMO: Wake up, wake up! C'mon, first day of school!
MARLIN: I don't wanna go to school. Five more minutes.
Not you, dad.
MARLIN: Okay, huh?
NEMO: Get up, get up! It's time for school! It's time for school! It's time for school! It's time for school! Oh boy! Oh boy!
MARLIN: All right, I'm up.
NEMO: Oh boy, whoa!
First day of school!
MARLIN: Nemo, don't move! Don't move! You'll never get out of there yourself. I'll do it. All right, where's the break? You feel a break?
MARLIN: Sometimes you can't tell 'cause fluid is rushing to the area. Now, any rushing fluids?
MARLIN: Are you woozy?
MARLIN: How many stripes do I have?
NEMO: I'm fine.
MARLIN: Answer the stripe question!
MARLIN: No! See, something's wrong with you. I have one, two, three... that's all I have? Oh, you're okay. How's the lucky fin?
MARLIN: Let's see.
MARLIN: Are you sure you wanna go to school this year? 'Cause there's no problem if you don't. You can wait 5 or 6 years.
NEMO: Come on, dad. It's time for school.
MARLIN: Ah-ah-ah! Forgot to brush.
MARLIN: Do you want this anemone to sting you?
NEMO: Okay, I'm done.
MARLIN: You missed a spot.
MARLIN: There. Ha ha! Right there. And here and here and here!
MARLIN: All right, we're excited. First day of school, here we go. We're ready to learn to get some knowledge. Now, what's the one thing we have to remember about the ocean?
NEMO: It's not safe.
MARLIN: That's my boy. So,
first we check to see that the coast is clear.
We go out and back in. And then we go out, and back in. And then one more time out and back in. And sometimes, if you wanna do it four times...
NEMO: Dad ...
MARLIN: All right. Come on, boy.
NEMO: Dad, maybe while I'm at school, I'll see a shark!
MARLIN: I highly doubt that.
NEMO: Have you ever met a shark?
MARLIN: No, and I don't plan to.
NEMO: How old are sea turtles?
MARLIN: Sea turtles? I don't know.
NEMO: Sandy Plankton from next door, he said that sea turtles, said that they live to be about a hundred years old!
MARLIN: Well, you know what, if I ever meet a sea turtle, I'll ask him. After I'm done talking to the shark, okay? Whoa, whoa, whoa! Hold on, hold on, wait to cross. Hold my fin, hold my fin.
NEMO: Dad, you're not gonna freak out like you did at the petting zoo, are you?
MARLIN: Hey, that snail was about to charge. Hmm, I wonder where we're supposed to go.
FISH KIDS: : Bye, mom!
FISH MOM: I'll pick you up after school.
CRAB KID: Come on, you guys. Stop it! Give it back!
MARLIN: Come on, we'll try over there.
MARLIN: Excuse me, is this where we meet his teacher?
BOB: Well, look who's out of the anemone.
MARLIN: Yes. Shocking, I know.
BOB: Marty, right?
BILL: Bill. Hey, you're a clownfish. You're funny, right? Hey, tell us a joke.
BOB AND TED: Yeah, yeah. Come on, give us a funny one.
MARLIN: Well, actually, that's a common misconception.
Clownfish are no funnier than any other fish.
BILL: Aw, come on, clownie.
TED: Yeah, do something funny.
MARLIN: All right, I know one joke. Um, there's a mollusk, see? And he walks up to a sea, well he doesn't walk up, he swims up. Well, actually the mollusk isn't moving. He's in one place and then the sea cucumber, well they... I mixed up. There was a mollusk and a sea cucumber. None of them were walking, so forget that I...
BOB: Sheldon! Get out of Mr. Johansenn's yard, now!
MR. JOHANSSEN: All right, you kids! Ooh! Uuh, where'd you go? Where'd you go? Where, where'd you go?
NEMO: Dad, dad can I go play too? Can I?
MARLIN: I would feel better if you go play over on the sponge beds.
MARLIN: That's where I would play
PEARL: What's wrong with his fin?
TAD: He looks funny!
SHELDON: Ow! Hey, what'd I do? What'd I do?
BOB: Be nice. It's his first time at school.
MARLIN: He was born with it, kids. We call it his lucky fin.
PEARL: See this tentacle? It's actually shorter than all my other tentacles but you can't really tell. Especially when I twirl them like this.
SHELDON: I'm H2O-intolerant.
TAD: I'm obnoxious.
MR. RAY: Oooh, let's name the zones, the zones, the zones. Let's name the zones of the open sea.
KIDS: Mr. Ray!
SHELDON: Come on, Nemo.
MARLIN: Whoa, you better stay with me.
MR. RAY: ...mesopolagic, bathyal, abyssalpelagic. All the rest are too deep for you and me to see.
MR. RAY: Huh, I wonder where my class has gone?
KIDS: we're under here!
MR. RAY: Oh, there you are. Climb aboard, explorers. Oh, knowledge exploring is oh so lyrical, when you think thoughts that are empirical.
NEMO: Dad, you can go now.
MR. RAY: Well, hello. Who is this?
NEMO: I'm Nemo.
Well, Nemo, all new explorers must answer a science question.
MR. RAY: You live in what kind of home?
NEMO: An anemo-none. A nemenem menome...
MR. RAY: Okay, okay, don't hurt yourself. Welcome aboard, explorers!
MARLIN: Just so you know, he's got a little fin. I find if he's having trouble swimming, let him take a break. Ten, fifteen minutes.
NEMO: Dad, it's time for you to go now.
MR. RAY: Don't worry. We're gonna stay together as a group. Okay, class, optical orbits up front. And remember, we keep our supraesophogeal ganglion to ourselves. That means you, Jimmy.
JIMMY: Aw, man!
MARLIN: Bye, Nemo!
NEMO: Bye, dad!
MARLIN: Bye, son! Be safe.
BOB: Hey, you're doing pretty well for a first timer.
MARLIN: Well, you can't hold onto them forever, can you?
BILL: Yeah, I had a tough time when my oldest went out at the drop off.
MARLIN: They just gotta grow up the drop off?! They're going to the drop off?! Wh-what are you, insane?! Why don't we fry 'em up now and serve them with chips!
BOB: Hey, Marty. Calm down.
MARLIN: Don't tell me to be calm, pony boy!
BOB: 'Pony boy'?
BILL: You know for a clownfish, he really isn't that funny.
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