Fish: Bernice, it's not what you're thinking.
Bernice: How do you know what I'm thinking?
Fish: I know what you're thinking, and it is not possible for me to do all the things you are thinking. It is not possible for all of us together to do all the things you are thinking.
Gardeno: I just want to do my job. And I don't want to shave.
Barney: What's the matter? You got a skin condition?
Gardeno: If necessary.
Barney: And the earring?
Gardeno: I'm engaged.
Barney: You go home, shave, put on a clean shirt, break your engagement, and report back to me.
Gardeno: I didn't ask to come here. I don't know why I was transferred.
Barney: Probably the commissioner's way of saying you're still a member of the New York City Police Department… not The Green Hornet.
Wojo: Well, we ain't go any hot water again.
Fish: We ain't got any hot water yet.
Wojo: And we ain't never got any hot water ever… neither.
Fish: Sometimes you make a great deal of sense.
Yemana: You know those cute little Japanese dolls that you rub on the belly for luck?
Yemana: I'm taking one out to dinner tonight.
The Green Hornet
A crusading masked crimefighter created by Fran Striker and George W. Trendle. Secretly playboy newspaper publisher Britt Reid, the Green Hornet daringly battles criminals with the aid of his valet/chauffeur Kato and a wide array of gadgets. He first appearedon radio from 1936 to 1952, although the character has also been adapted for television, movies and comic books.