Emperor: They (the people) see the truth! (looks down at self) That's not all the people see!
Emperor: One has to love one's self in order to love others, and no one loves me like I do.
Morty: I don't like to relax; it makes me jumpy.
Emperor:(about his one-man army) There goes a great army and a wonderful dancer.
Emperor: Excellent, excellent, yes. Where are you from soldier?
Soldier: Here, sir!
Emperor: Good, good. And where is the rest of the army?
Wmperor: Huh? I beg your pardon?
Prime Minister: You see, my Lord, due to the prohibitive cost of the uniforms, this is the army.
Soldier: (in marching cadence) I'm the Emperor's fighting man/ Protect his honor when I can!
Shiny shoes and starchy shirts/ We avoid all grime and dirt!
(on a tilted,weather-worn piece of wood)
"Meanwhile, just outside the village..."
Emperor: The emperor must reflect. Time for reflection. (as the courtiers have left, her turns to his full-length mirror) And what a reflection I see!
The Emperor: Does the sash make me look fat?
The awards given to Bo and Morty at the ceremony were: Royal Knights of the Loom, Magnificent Order of Fabric Workers, and Best Achievement in Alterations.
The full names of our tailors are Rambo Lorenzo Wagner and Morton Woodrow Clayton.
Art Carney was nominated for a CableACE Award for his role in "The Emperor's New Clothes".
Emperor: And there will be a ceremony with much pomp and many, many circumstances.-- This is a reference to the musical piece Pomp and Circumstance, usually used for graduations in the U.S.
Emperor: Does this sash make me look fat?- In the 80s, there was a trend of figure- and fashion-conscious women asking if something made them look fat began.