"I can't wait to get pregnant."
-- Kristen Stewart, about what she's looking forward to shooting in the "Twilight" saga
Terry Gilliam notes the 40th anniversary of the three at the beginning of "The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus" panel
"I love Comic-Con. I can start drinking at 3 in the afternoon, and if I see furry woodland creatures or mythical beasts, I know I'm not hallucinating."
-- "Fringe" writer Rob Chiappetta
"I think we should all start worrying about being downloaded and put in robots"
-- Jane Espenson, executive producer, "Dollhouse," "Caprica," "Battlestar Galactica" and "Buffy the Vampire Slayer", on the perils of her TV gigs
"If there are a lot of evil robots [on TV and in movies], I might lose my funding."
"Sorry -- killer robots are just a lot more fun to watch."
"Skynet's hiring, by the way."
-- A robotics researcher laments the potential impact of pop culture on his industry during the "Mad Science: The Science Behind Science Fiction" panel on Thursday. Jane Espenson of "BSG" and "Caprica" responds, and Kevin Grazier, science consultant for "Eureka" and "Virtuality", presents a job alternative.