From the Showcase Presents: Robin the Boy Wonder
"I'm not studying astro-mechanics for nothing!"
You'd be surprised how often three-body problems come up in crimefighting.
"Just call me Wary Harry!"
Really; isn't "Dick" bad enough?
"If Dick Grayson's face breaks out at the same time as Robin's, my secret identity is blown!"
From the story where Robin invents Clearasil Ultra Tinted Acne Treatment in chem lab.
"I think worrying about acne is what Bats would call alter-ego-ism."
Or, as regular people call it, vanity.
"Sorry, no happiness deliveries today!"
Okay, now we know how he put himself through college.
"In Gotham High, we're all friends!"
Good lord, Robin goes to DeGrassi.
"I recognize their leader-- Tommy the Tramp!"
Well, when you're all friends, word gets around fast.
"Pretty neat idea of mine, disguising a collapsible costume as a tie."
Robin versus Tim Gunn.
"URTCH'H! My--cape! Hooked-on-window!"
Shoulda listened to Edna Mode, dearie.
"We could use a small, high-powered rocketship in our work, couldn't we, Jimmy?"
Okay, fine; maybe astro-mechanics does come in handy.
"Don't like the idea of tackling a 70 year old man, but I've got to!"
Robin versus Tim Gunn, Round 2.
"Well, by golly, if the world can take a man like 'Babe' Ruth -- the greatest slugger baseball has ever known-- then I suppose the world can also stand a guy proud to call himself...Robin!"
I'd worry less about the name 'Robin', than your tendency to say things like 'by golly'.
"I go for Davy's togetherness!"
It comes with Happiness delivery (along with bread sticks).
"How can I resist-- I've always wondered what computer fans did at a meeting!"
Sarcasm ill-behooves you, Dick.
"With the world the shape it's in, maybe the Jesus people are right."
This is from the story where Robin discovers Two-Face is behind Young Life.
"Almost as if the Lunar Model had a mind of its own!"
I think someone's been studying too much astro-mechanics.