Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Maria Hill: "...a God"
Agent Ward: "I don't think Thor is technically a God"
Hill: "You haven't been near his arms." ... OMG! LOL!!! Genius!
Coulson: "Welcome to Level 7...sorry, that corner was really dark and I couldn't help myself." *snark*
Coulson: "When you get shanked by the Asgardian Mussolini, you can tell it your way." LOL!
Simmons: “I’m not Hermione, I can’t create instant paralysis with that.”
Skye: “With great power comes… a ton of weird crap that you are not prepared to deal with.”
Episode #2, "0-8-4": This outing is slightly better than first, and the cast are really starting to gel together. Especially since this episode is designed to reflect their differences and the group dynamics within. A typical Whedon-esque episode where they group works together, overcome their differences and beat the bad guys. But as the episode was not written by Joss, there seem to be less quotable quotes this time round. May and Fitz-Simmons are still the standouts here; Skye is interesting but the penultimate scene was a bit surprisingly. Poor Agent Ward, still rather dull. Pretty, but dull. But, OMG!, Fury is in the house! There's definitely some history going on between May and Coulson. I think this series won't do blockbuster, "Avengers"-style numbers, but it is a great fun for the fans/geeks/nerds.
Coulson: "The last [0-8-4] was a hammer."
Skye: "You took a bullet"
Coulson: "-ish". hah!
Coulson: "[Tahiti] is a magical place." Not so much a quip, but another clue; was Doctor Strange involved?
Coulson: "Do you need anything else before I go back and check on the device fueled by evil?"
Episode #3 to #5: Honestly, this series is leaving me rather underwhelmed. There are moments of sparks, but the quality as quite appreciably dropped since Joss's pilot. But thankfully #5 finally gave us some insight and headway into Skye's character. Although honestly, character development and complexities are sorely lacking in this series. The only really interesting character is May. Even Coulson is getting one-dimensional, but at least his quips are still razor sharp. Sadly, Ward is still rather block like; Fitz and Simmons are entertaining enough but currently they are better served as backdrop comic relief rather than upfront like Topher in "Dollhouse". These characters just need to be better written. Hopefully with the Big Bad introduced in episode #5, the upcoming episodes will get slowly evolve.