Ice Age: The Meltdown (2006)
Ray Romano: Manny
Sid : Manny, who do you like better, me or Diego?
Manfred : Diego. It's not even close.
Diego : Heh, told you.
Ellie : Manny, you can't choose between your kids.
Manfred : He's not my kid. He's not even my dog. If I had a dog, and that dog had a kid, and the dog's kid had a pet, that would be Sid.
Sid : Can I have a dog, Manny?
Manfred : No.
Sid : Ellie, can I have a dog?
Ellie : Of course, you can, sweetie.
Manfred : Ellie, we have to be consistent with them.
Manfred : Okay. Thanks to Sid, we're now traveling together, and, like it or not, we're gonna be one big, happy family. I'll be the daddy, Ellie will be the mommy, and Diego will be the uncle who eats the kids who get on my nerves. Now let's move it before the ground falls out from under our feet!
Sid : Well, shave me down and call me a mole rat. You found another mammoth.
Ellie : Where? Wait a minute. I thought mammoths were extinct.
Ellie : What are you looking at me for?
Manfred : I don't know. Maybe because you're a mammoth?
Ellie : Me? Don't be ridiculous! I'm not a mammoth, I'm a possum.
Manfred : Right, good one. I'm a newt.
[Points at Diego]
Manfred : This is my friend, the badger,
[Points at Sid]
Manfred : ... and my other friend, the platypus.
Sid : Why do I gotta be the platypus? Make him the platypus.
Manfred : And so, in the end, the little burro reached his mommy, and they lived happily ever after.
Diego : Good job.
Beaver Boy : Question. Why does the burro go home? Why doesn't he stay with the rabbits?
Manfred : Because... because he wanted to be with his family.
Diego's Bird Girl : I think he should go with the girl burro. That's a better love story.
Manfred : Okay. Well, when you tell your burro story, that's what he'll do.
Elk Boy : Burro is a demeaning name. Technically it's called a wild ass.
Manfred : Fine. The wild ass boy went home to his wild ass mother.
Manfred : See, that's why I called it a burro!
Manfred : See this ground? It's covered in ice! A thousand years ago it was covered in ice, and a thousand years from now, it will "still" be ice!
Sid : I'm gonna be the first one to jump off the Eviscerator, and then you guys are gonna have to start showing me some respect.
Manfred : You jump off this, the only respect you're gonna get is respect for the dead.
Diego : Come on, Manny. He's not that stupid.
[Sid prepares to jump]
Diego : But I've been wrong before.
Sid : [Manfred doesn't want to shoot Crash from a tree] You're never gonna impress Ellie like that.
Manfred : I don't want to impress her.
Sid : Then why are you trying so hard to convince her she's a mammoth?
Manfred : Because that's what she is! I don't care if she thinks she's a possum. You can't be two things.
Sid : Au contraire, "Manfred". Tell her that's a bullfrog, a chickenhawk, or the turtledove.
Manfred : We gotta listen to him, he was right about the flood!
Fast Tony : I am?
Fast Tony : I mean, yes, I am!
Elk Dad : [to Manfred] Wait a minute, "you're" the one who said there wasn't going to "be" a flood. Why should we listen to you?
Manfred : Because we saw what's up there. The dam's gonna break, the entire valley's gonna flood!
Manfred : I don't think her tree goes all the way to the top branch.
Sid : Hey, Manny. I've heard you're going extinct!
[eats some blueberries and licks his claws]
Diego : Hey. If you ever master hygiene, try working on sensitiviy.
Manfred : [to Sid] I'm not going extinct!
Aardvark Dad : [to his children] Kids, look. The "last" mammoth.
Aardvark Kids : [suprised] Woah!
Aardvark Dad : Now you probably won't see another one of "those" again! See?
Aardvark Dad : [questioning Manny] Say buddy, not to cast aspersions on your survival instincts or nothin' but haven't mammoths pretty much gone extinct?
Manfred : What are you talking about?
Aardvark Dad : I'm talking about "you" being the last of your kind.
Manfred : [in disgust] Uh, your breath smells like ants.