TeamworkEdit"I get lonely sitting here watching the world go by. It'd be nice to have somebody to talk to. [...] A friend, compatriot, a teammate. [...] Show me a superhero worth his salt [...] and I'll show you a support network of friends standing behind them. [...] Sailor Scouts, the Superfriends, or the Dragonball heroes. [...] Everybody needs a helping hand. [...] Even the bad guys get help from teamwork. [...] We all get by with a little help from our friends."
TeachingEdit"A wise man once said 'Knowledge is Power.' The trick is making sure it gets passed to the next generation. [...] When a master takes on someone who is ready to learn, [...] amazing things happen. Teaching techniques vary, [...] but if everybody works hard, it pays off. [...] There's nothing like the day when a teacher sees their student succeed. [...] A mind is a terrible thing to waste."
HeroesEdit"So, I see almost everything from up here. After a while, you begin to notice recurring themes. How many heroes do you think there are? [...] What would it be like without them? [...] No hero to stand up. [...] An end to nobility; [...] purity; [...] fearlessness. [...] Without heroes, there would be only victims. [...] Well, except villains. Y'know. [...] So, you guys should thank them. Believe me."
"Alright, listen up. Today, we are talking about something very important. Villains, bad guys, the heavies. […] Webster defines a villain as truly malicious, a scoundrel. […] We don’t get enough credit. What’s a hero without a villain? […] Bad guys make life more interesting. My favorite bad guy (besides myself) is Lotor. […] Remember him? He seems kind of wimpy, but he’s got personality. […] And let’s not forget Mumm-ra. […] Another one of my favorites. […] You know it’s not easy going out there to make the world unsafe for superheroes. […] They always seem to come out on top. […] Being a villain is a thankless job, but we always have more fun along the way. That’s what being bad is all about."
Cheetara: Modern Woman"It's the 90's. [...] Women are strong, stable. [...] Some more than others. [...] For me one stands head and shoulders above the rest. [...] She's everything a modern woman should be. [...] Brains, beauty, blinding speed, she's no damsel in distress. [...] If you're wondering about the woman of the next millenium [...]"
RerunsEdit"It's time you and I had a talk about the facts of life. [...] Reruns suck, but there's no escape. [...] Welcome to the television business. [...] If anybody knows reruns, it's us. Not because we want to do it that way, but sometimes you have to. [...] You can't make a new cartoon every day. [...] So we're destined to fall behind and show one more than once. [...] We're sorry about that. I know you guys get burned sometimes. [...] Don't judge us too harshly. [...] I mean, after all, we're doing this for you. [...] Have no fear, plans are in place to ensure the future. [...] There's new cartoons on the horizon, and new stuff's flowing down the pipes. [...] 99's gonna be a party. [...] Hang out."
Ironically, this speech was re-stated, almost word-for-word (albeit with different clips interspersed as well as "99's" being replaced with "It's") in 2012 by TOM.