Our list of the best quotes from Disney+ MCU action adventure TV series Ms. Marvel, which follows Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani), a 16 year-old aspiring artist, an avid gamer, and a huge fan of the Avengers, particularly Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel. But Kamala has always struggled to find her place in the world, that is, until she gets super powers like the heroes she’s always looked up to.
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1. Generation Why'Let's be honest, it's not really the brown girls from Jersey City who save the world.' - Kamala Khan (Ms. Marvel) Click To Tweet
Kamala Khan: Finally, the moment everyone has been waiting for. The final chapter to my ten part series on Earth’s mightiest hero, Captain Marvel. This week, we’re focusing on the battle of Earth. Now we all know the story. The Avengers were trying to save the world, but if we’re being honest here, they were losing, badly. Alien ships invading, Thanos being a jerk about magical Stones. Our heroes were done for. Until, Captain Marvel blasted in!
Kamala Khan: Now who was this glorious, well-coiffed hero? Due to my extensive research, and my diligent studying of Scott Lang’s podcast interviews, who seems like a pretty cool guy. I’ve learned a lot about Captain Marvel, and I know at least three things to be true. One, she blasted through Thanos’s fleet like a flaming angel. And you know what? She looked good doing it. Two, she like punched Thanos right in the face. No offence to any of the other Avengers, but I really don’t think they could’ve done that. And three, sometimes, someone can come out of nowhere and do something amazing.
Kamala Khan: I know some of you think, “Well, she abandoned the people of Earth.” But look, it’s not true. Obviously we don’t know exactly what she’s been up to. But maybe she just needed a break, you know? Can a woman just live, hmm?
Kamala Khan: Next week, I’m going to kick off a special two-part series on why I think Thor is secretly a gamer. Remember, new episodes drop every Wednesday. Be sure to like, comment, and subscribe at Sloth Baby Productions.
Yusuf: Aamir, if you don’t stop praying long enough to put some food in your mouth, one day you will starve to death.
Aamir: May Allah forgive you one day.
Yusuf: Oh, Kamala, my Kamala, the road is a long and winding one, so never fully stop at stop signs.
Kamala Khan: Way too early for poetry, Abbu.
Muneeba: You set her up to fail, having her drive in the street with all the other cars. I have taught her to drive myself.
Driving Instructor: Ma’am, because of your daughter, I’m walking home.
Muneeba: [referring to Kamala failing her driving test] This is my fault. This is all my fault. These are my genetics. I mean, I come from a long line of fantasizing, unrealistic daydreamers. My mother was one.
Bruno: Plenty of people fail their driver’s test. Instructors focus on the tiniest things.
Kamala Khan: I crashed my car into his car.
Bruno: Oh. That’s on you.
Mr. Wilson: Okay, first off, I just want to say, I get it.
Kamala Khan: You get what?
Mr. Wilson: Well, I hear you’ve had a hectic couple weeks. But your teachers, you know, they’re telling me you’re doodling all day, staring off into space in your little fantasy land. Hey! Oh. Really? We truly started the meeting thirty seconds ago. You got to be with me, girl.
Kamala Khan: Yeah. Sorry, Mr. Wilson.
Mr. Wilson: No. Mr. Wilson was my father. My name is Gabe. His name was also Gabe. So, doesn’t super-work.
Kamala Khan: Do I have to figure out my whole future before lunch, or is there, like…
Mr. Wilson: I’m going to give you a task. I want you to go home. Not right now, but after school. Then you’re going to look yourself in the mirror, and ask yourself, “Kamala, who is that girl I see staring straight back at me?”
Kamala Khan: You’re reciting lyrics from Mulan.
Mr. Wilson: I am. I am.
Kamala Khan: You are.
Kamala Khan: You know, the plan was perfect. I was going to get my license. Then under the cover of stupid wedding errands, we just have like one pure, beautiful day of freedom at AvengerCon.
Bruno: Guess there’s always next year.
Kamala Khan: No, there’s no next year. This is the first one ever. Right? And then future historians, they’re going to start writing about it, and where does it start? Here. Okay? There’s not going to be another first AvengerCon ever again. Never.
Kamala Khan: You’re an idiot.
Bruno: I’m not. I’m actually a genius. So, can we stop acting like your mom is Darth Vader?
Kamala Khan: [referring to Muneeba] And just like every single thing I love, she seems to hate. And it’s like she thinks I’m some kind of, you know, weirdo.
Bruno: You are a weirdo. What?
Kamala Khan: If I’m weird, you’re weirder.
Kamala Khan: Bruno, I still need to figure out my final flourish for my costume. Any ideas?
Bruno: Okay. How about steam punk Captain Marvel?
Kamala Khan: Steampunk is dead.
Bruno: Okay, fine. How about a mashup? Like Captain Panther, or Iron Marvel?
Kamala Khan: Ooh, Doctor Strange Marvel. I can like wear a cape.
Bruno: Capes are cool.
Bruno: Captain Princess Marvel.
Kamala Khan: No princesses. I’m sorry. But you know what’s even better?
Kamala Khan: Zombie Captain Marvel. I could be like, “I will eat your brains. But I also have super powers.”
Bruno: Okay. Hey, let’s never do that zombie impersonation again.
Muneeba: Hi, Kamala beta. How are you? Hmm? How was school?
Kamala Khan: I mean, apparently I have like four days to figure out my whole future, so that’s…
Muneeba: Oh, don’t be so dramatic, Kamala.
Kamala Khan: [referring to the bangle] This is so cool. Is this Nani’s?
Muneeba: That is junk.
Najaf: Flying vultures in Armani suits are buying up the whole neighborhood.
Kamala Khan: Then maybe we’ll actually get a Halal Guys this time.
Najaf: They charge you for extra sauce at Halal Guys.
Kamala Khan: [after asking if she can go to the AvengerCon] You do trust me, right?
Muneeba: No. I don’t trust you.
Yusuf: Of course she does.
Muneeba: No, I don’t.
Yusuf: She does. We do. It’s just that we don’t trust anyone else. Beta, you’re still young, and there are so many strange people roaming around at night.
Muneeba: Or strange boys. Thinking God knows know what, and drinking God knows what.
Kamala Khan: It’s not like I’m asking to go to a party and do cocaine.
Aamir: Not a lot of salaam here, huh?
Kamala Khan: [referring to Aamir] Now, if it was him asking, it’d be like, “Oh, yes, Aamir. Do what you want, Aamir beta. Please, please.” But me, no, because I can’t do a single normal teenage thing in this house, right?
Yusuf: Come on, beta. You’re not normal. I meant you’re special!
Aamir: You want me to turn off the lights, or are you still afraid of the djinn?
Kamala Khan: Okay, I’m not twelve.
Aamir: [referring to her soft toy of Flash the sloth] Well, this says you’re twelve.
Kamala Khan: [referring to AvengerCon] This is mine and Bruno’s thing, okay?
Yusuf: Come on, bacchi. Can’t you make an exception for Abbu?
Kamala Khan: I can’t wear a salwar kameez to AvengerCon, okay? And you can’t come with me. Not dressed like that, because it is so humiliating. Okay, I didn’t mean it like that.
Muneeba: Bas, Kamala. If you don’t go with your dad, you’re not going at all. I made this for you. You’re not going to dress up like all those other girls in skimpy outfits. That is not you.
Kamala Khan: [over phone] So the worst thing that could happen has happened.
Bruno: Is that the code for “I fell into the Hudson for the third time”?
Kamala Khan: No, that’s “Black Sloth Down”. And I fell in once, okay?
Kamala Khan: It means everything sucks.
Kamala Khan: Maybe they’re right. Maybe I spend too much time with fan art, and costumes, and with my head stuck in fantasy land, so.
Bruno: Who is “they”?
Kamala Khan: My mom. My teachers. Mr. Wilson. Everyone.
Kamala Khan: Dressing up as Captain Marvel is weird.
Bruno: No, it’s not.
Kamala Khan: It is childish. And I know that, okay? And let’s be honest, it’s not really the brown girls from Jersey City who save the world.
Bruno: Sure they do. You’re Kamala Khan. You want to save the world? Then you’re going to save the world. With the right equipment of course.
Kamala Khan: If I can’t leave the house to go to AvengerCon, I’ll go to AvengerCon without leaving the house.
Bruno: How many slushies have you had today? Because all that red dye three, it’s making your brain…
Kamala Khan: Look, it’s illusions, old friend.
Kamala Khan: Then I make my way out of the house undetected, but extremely impressive, where you’ll be waiting in your costume, which better be awesome. Please don’t embarrass me.
Bruno: Me embarrass you?
Kamala Khan: Yeah, I said it.
Kamala Khan: Finally, you being a genius is coming in handy.
Bruno: What do you mean “finally”?
Kamala Khan: Then at 8:00 PM, the real reason we’re here, the reason I learnt to sew, and you learnt to airbrush. The cosplay competition. I win, obviously. We collect my crown and I’m assuming it’s made of real diamonds.
Bruno: It’s definitely not.
Bruno: So your plan is take the bus.
Kamala Khan: All this, and that’s your note? Really?
Kamala Khan: [referring to her bike] How likely is it I’m going to find it there when I get back?
Bruno: In Jersey City? Oh, I’d say you have a point zero-zero-zero-one percent chance.
AvengerCon Announcer: [after Kamala’s wears the bangle at cosplay and it activates its powers] Well, good luck following that, everybody.
Zoe: Oh, my God. Are you available to book for parties? You want to take a picture? I’ll tag you. I follow back. Mostly.
Kamala Khan: Move!
Bruno: What just happened? I don’t even know what to say.
Kamala Khan: Okay, Bruno. I actually have powers.
Bruno: Hey, keep me updated. And text me everything.
Kamala Khan: So weird. Hey. Please don’t tell anyone.
Bruno: Don’t. Stop, okay? I’d never tell anyone.
Kamala Khan: Never ever?
Bruno: Never ever ever.
Muneeba: I’m not recognizing you. Who is this rebellious girl sneaking out, lying to Abbu and me?
Kamala Khan: I’m not trying to be rebellious.
Muneeba: And I’m trying to protect you from yourself. I’ve seen what happens when people get obsessed with their fantasies.
Muneeba: [to Kamala] It’s time to stop fantasizing. I wish that you would just focus on you. Your grades. Your family. Your story. I mean, who do you want to be in this world, huh? Do you want to be good, like we raised you to be? Or do you want to be some, you know, this cosmic head in the clouds person? You think about that.
Kamala Khan: [as she looks at her glowing hand] Cosmic.
Agent Deever: [mid-credits lines, at the Department of Damage Control] Check this out. Teenage girl at AvengerCon.
Agent Cleary: AvengerCon? A cosplayer with too much time on their hands.
Agent Deever: Not this one. I’ve never seen powers like that.
Agent Cleary: [as Deever shows him the video footage of Kamala] Yeah, bring her in.
2. Crushed'My whole life I've either been too white for some people, or too ethnic for others. And it's been this very uncomfortable, sucky, in-between.' - Nakia (Ms. Marvel) Click To Tweet
Gym Teacher: Morning, Camelia.
Kamala Khan: Morning. Actually, I’ve been meaning to tell you for years, my name is pronounced Kamala.
Gym Teacher: Huh.
Bruno: The videos you sent were just flashes of pink light and I didn’t see anything.
Kamala Khan: Oh, you didn’t see anything? I tried to shrink, and fly, and talk to ants, and none of it worked.
Bruno: What makes you think you have Ant-Man powers?
Kamala Khan: Because we’re both charming, and we look a lot younger than we are.
Kamala Khan: [referring to Zoe] Dude, just imagine how many followers the girl who saved her would get.
Bruno: I feel like secret identities are secret for a reason.
Kamala Khan: Yeah, but a million followers?
Nakia: [referring to Zoe] There’s another superhero catastrophe, and she’s sitting there, bragging about being saved by the budget Captain Marvel.
Kamala Khan: Thank you.
Zoe: But it was all just so life-changing. Which is why I’m going to have a party on Friday. You know, to celebrate the fragility of life. I mean, also the half a million followers thing, but mostly the fragility of life.
Bruno: She’s celebrating the fragility of life.
Kamala Khan: Yeah, we’re so not going to that party.
Kamala Khan: [after she sees Kamran accepting the invitiation to Zoe’s party] We should go to that party.
Bruno: So I guess super strength is not a part of the equation.
Kamala Khan: Yeah, well, maybe I should’ve tried harder in gym.
Kamala Khan: I saved you.
Bruno: Only because you almost killed me first.
Kamala Khan: Okay, maybe I do need to work on my skills.
Bruno: So it looks like your power isn’t coming from the bangle. It’s coming from within you. Like the bangle unlocked the superhuman part of you.
Kamala Khan: So, what, am I like Asgardian or something? Dude, am I related to Thor?
Bruno: No. No. I didn’t say any of that. Maybe?
Bruno: Well, let’s focus on what we know. Light comes out of you and it hardens.
Kamala Khan: Let’s call it Hard Light.
Auntie Zara: No Snapchatting in the masjid!
Snapchat Girl: It’s Insta!
Auntie Zara: Shh!
Kamala Khan: They really got to fix this place.
Nakia: No, you mean they got to fix our section of this place. See, but the men’s section is pristine. We got mold under the carpets, and the walls are literally crumbling. We can’t just stick up a poster for every piece of plaster that falls.
Sheikh Abdullah: Sisters, no talking during the lecture, please.
Kamala Khan: Sorry, Sheikh Abdullah, you know, it’s really hard to concentrate when we can barely see you.
Kamala Khan: [referring to Mosque Board election] Oh, my God, Naks, you should totally run.
Nakia: Are you crazy? Do I look like a ninety year-old man to you?
Kamala Khan: Sometimes.
Nakia: No. Stop it.
Nakia: Kamala, somebody stole my shoes! My new Versaces.
Girl: And the mosque shoe thief has struck again.
Kamala Khan: [referring to Mosque Board election] Rasheed’s got nothing on you, baby, okay? You’re the change. The change is here, and the change is her, everyone.
Nakia: Yeah, you know what? Maybe I will run. You’re going to be my campaign manager.
Kamala Khan: What?
Kamala Khan: Wait, is this Swet Shop Boys?
Kamran: Yeah. It’s really cool that you like this kind of stuff as well.
Kamala Khan: Do you like watch, I don’t know, Bollywood movies and stuff?
Kamran: Obviously. But only the greats, like Baazigar, and other stuff like that.
Kamala Khan: I mean, it’s no surprise you like Baazigar. It’s only SRK’s best work. Yeah, I know. Popular opinion says DDLJ.
Kamran: DDLJ. Yeah. Of course.
Kamran: It was great meeting you guys. Miguel, Paul, Nakia, Brian. See you later.
Nakia: [as Kamran leaves] Brian.
Bruno: He knows my name’s not Brian.
Nakia: Brian’s mad. Why is Brian mad?
Bruno: He knows my name is not Brian.
Nakia: We spend six weeks on ancient Rome and ancient Greece, but six minutes on ancient Persia and Byzantium. History’s written by the oppressors. That’s all I’m going to say.
Kamala Khan: Everything’s just changing really fast, Naks. I feel like I can’t keep up. I know it’s dumb, but…
Nakia: Are you kidding? Between the hijab, and the girlies, my parents can barely make eye contact with me anymore.
Kamala Khan: How are you making it look so easy?
Nakia: Easy? It’s definitely not easy. My whole life I’ve either been too white for some people, or too ethnic for others. And it’s been this very uncomfortable, sucky, in-between.
Nakia: [referring to her hijab] So, when I first put this on, I was hoping to shut some people up, but I kind of realized I don’t really need to prove anything to anybody. Like when I put this on, I feel like me. Like I have a purpose. It’s probably why I ran for the Mosque Board. And remember, you’re the one who convinced me to do it in the first place.
Kamala Khan: I love you.
Nakia: I love you too.
Bruno: [referring to his offer from Caltech] Can I think about it?
Mr. Wilson: Okay. Bruno. Have you ever seen a movie?
Bruno: Yes, I’ve seen a movie.
Mr. Wilson: Yeah. You know that part in the movie where someone comes in to the main character, and they say, “You’re going to be a Jedi?” Or, “You want to answer phones of a demanding but impossibly chic magazine editor?”
Bruno: Yes. Yeah.
Mr. Wilson: Well, that’s this moment. That is happening to you right now. You’re the lead character, I’m Meryl Streep. And you got to do it.
Bruno: But it’s in California.
Kamran: Who taught you to drive? Bowser?
Kamala Khan: I think I did pretty good, okay?
Kamran: I think so too. I don’t know if anyone else would agree.
Aamir: I think I remember you, man. You were looking at haram things on the Internet. We called you Haram-dot-Kamran. I’m going to call you that from now on.
Yusuf: That’s why we moved to America, right? So that our children could be anything that they wanted to be, yeah?
Muneeba: Almost anything.
Muneeba: [after Kamala has a vision of a woman and blacks out] Kamala, are you okay, beta?
Aamir: It’s got to be the evil eye.
Muneeba: Did you not eat anything? Or did you eat too much?
Yusuf: Trust me, even a cover band of Bon Jovi is going to get people to talk for a long time. Moreover, your mother loves Bon Jovi.
Muneeba: Hey, don’t question my love for the Captain Kidd. If it wasn’t for Slippery When Wet, your father and I may never have met.
Aamir: That was gross. I don’t want to know. I’m done.
Muneeba: [referring to her great-grandmother, Aisha] That woman brought shame on our entire family. I had to move halfway around the world to forget it. Kamala. You would do best to do the same.
Kamala Khan: You’re the one who told me to focus on telling my own stories.
Muneeba: Not this one. Please let it go.
Muneeba: Hi, Bruno. You look so great.
Bruno: [referring to his top] Hi. It’s not too bright?
Muneeba: I don’t understand the question.
Aamir: It’s pretty bright, yeah.
Muneeba: Don’t listen to him.
Nakia: For maximum outreach, we need to divide and conquer. Yeah? Kamala, you’re going to start with the Mosque Bros. Yes?
Kamala Khan: Come on. The Mosque Bros never respect the halal gap.
Nakia: Hey, I mean, at least the Pious Boys are easier. Their life is one giant halal gap.
Nakia: Bruno, your group should be relatively easy. It’s the Converts.
Kamala Khan: Technically, the Reverts.
Nakia: But for that you have to make it past the Mini Harami Girls. And last, the ones who know it all, and will not let you forget it, the Illumin-Aunties.
Nakia: [to Yusuf] You wouldn’t rob two young women of that future, would you, Uncle? I mean, come on, this is Kamala and me. Your daughter, and basically your other daughter. Women’s suffrage, we fought for this, people died for this. You wouldn’t kill our dreams, would you? Vote for Nakia.
Zoe: [referring to AvengerCon] It was so fun. I mean, the costume contest did get cancelled, but everybody said I was a front runner.
Agent Cleary: And then the enhanced individual tried to kill you? Right?
Zoe: She didn’t try to kill me. She saved my life.
Agent Cleary: [after Zoe reveals that her superhero is South Asian] Let’s do the tri-state sweep. Search every temple, community center, and mosque. Just be respectful. The FBI is already surveilling them, you know that.
Agent Deever: Copy.
Kamala Khan: [as she’s trying to save him] Is that two foods or one food?
Hameed: One. I put ice cream on pizza.
OnLooker: Did someone say ice cream pizza?
Hameed: I like the flavors.
Kamala Khan: That’s really gross. Yeah, we can work with that. Now just think of a nice plate, or a bowl of ice cream pizza.
Najma: [after Kamran helps Kamala escape from the DODC agents] Kamala. I’ve been waiting a very long time to meet you.
Kamran: I’d like you to meet my mom.
3. Destined'Good is not a thing you are. It is a thing you do.' - Sheikh Abdullah (Ms. Marvel) Click To Tweet
Kamala Khan: [referring to her great-grandmother] So, how did you all say you knew her? Was it, like, did you guys meet in school or something?
Najma: Not exactly. Aisha was from another dimension, and so are we.
Kamala Khan: You all look very good for being around in the ’40s.
Fariha: Thank you.
Aadam: [referring to Kamran] Okay. Not all of us. The kid’s seventeen.
Kamala Khan: Oh, good. That’s a relief.
Najma: You’re right. She is adorable.
Kamran: I never said that. Not that I don’t think that. I was trying to keep that to myself.
'Have you ever felt like you were up against the world? Like you wanted something so bad, and then it actually happened, but in reality, it's just not as great as you imagined it.' - Kamala Khan (Ms. Marvel) Click To Tweet
Kamala Khan: I never got a chance to thank you for saving me, by the way.
Najma: The least we can do is protect Aisha’s family. We didn’t even know she had any until you put on that bangle, and we sensed the presence of Noor.
Kamala Khan: Noor? That means light, right? Noor Girl. No, that’s not it.
Najma: [to Kamala] There’s Noor within us as well. It slows down our aging, for one thing. But we can’t access its full potential in this dimension. But maybe because you’re from here, you can.
'The man who chooses family is never alone.' - Yusuf (Ms. Marvel) Click To Tweet
Kamala Khan: What about Kamran? Wasn’t he born here too?
Najma: That bangle helps you unlock the Noor. Maybe one day something will do the same for him.
Kamala Khan: I don’t know. It seems like a lot of bad things happen because of this bangle.
Najma: The bangle and its visions brought you to me, and to all the people that you belong with. Those people out there just see you as a kid playing dress-up. But I know that you’ve inherited greatness.
Kamala Khan: So you want my bangle?
Najma: It was Aisha’s wish to bring us all home. And now you must finish what she started.
Najma: In our home dimension, the Noor dimension, we’re known as the Clandestines. As to what we are, we’ve been called Ajnabi. Majnoon. Unseen. The list goes on. But what we’re most commonly known as is Djinn.
Kamala Khan: I’m sorry. Did you say Djinn?
Kamala Khan: Dude, I just had the craziest night of my…
Bruno: You can’t just text me, “I’m alive,” and then go get a full eight hours, okay?
Kamala Khan: Also, do not forget, we are trying to drop the name Night Light.
Bruno: What are you even talking about?
Kamala Khan: It’s a bad name. It just sounds like it’s for five year-olds.
Bruno: Kamala. Focus.
Kamala Khan: I’m a Djinn.
Bruno: And tonic?
Kamala Khan: I found out what I am, and it’s not Asgardian, or alien, or anything cool like that. I’m like the stuff of my childhood nightmares. See, there’s like ghost stories, and then there’s Djinn stories. And the Djinn stories are so much worse because they’re real.
Bruno: Where are you getting all this information?
Kamala Khan: So like a group of Djinn people saved me from all the drone stuff last night. They call themselves the Clandestines. And Kamran’s one of them.
Bruno: Did I not say there was something weird about that kid?
Kamala Khan: Also, they need my help, which means I need your help.
Bruno: I figured. Okay. Yeah, sure. I guess. Why not? I don’t really know how I can help a group of ghosts, and their average-looking son. Look, I’m just going to need a lot more information.
Agent Deever: Department of Damage Control. We received a report of an unidentified enhanced individual operating out of this mosque.
Sheikh Abdullah: Operating? Out of here? I’m afraid not, ma’am. But if you do know of anyone who can fly, please send them my way. I’ve been looking for someone to clean out the rain gutters.
Nakia: Pursuant to US criminal code, law enforcement officers are not permitted to enter a private space without a signed warrant.
Agent Deever: Yeah? You studied the criminal code in homeroom?
Nakia: Law & Order re-runs, but I’m not wrong.
Kamala Khan: Damage Control? Why? What did they want?
Nakia: I don’t know. They wanted us to give her up or something. The whole good Muslim versus bad Muslim, let’s self-surveil our people routine.
Tyesha: Kamala, are all these people your family?
Kamala Khan: Yeah. We’re Pakistani. We roll pretty deep.
Auntie Shirin: Mothers and daughters, it is the eternal struggle. You will be sure not to give your mother any trouble.
Kamala Khan: Me? No. Wouldn’t dream of it.
Muneeba: No trouble. No, no. She’s no trouble.
Auntie Shirin: No. She’s a perfect angel.
Kamala Khan: Do you agree with everyone? About our new masked neighbor?
Sheikh Abdullah: Do you?
Kamala Khan: I thought it would be cool to have a superhero who actually fights for us. But I don’t know. Maybe she’s just making things worse.
Sheikh Abdullah: I doubt that boy from the minaret would agree.
Kamala Khan: So, how does she convince everyone that she’s good?
Sheikh Abdullah: Good is not a thing you are, Kamala. It is a thing you do.
Yusuf: [translating for Bruno] “Supernatural beings of pre-Islamic folklore, the Djinn have had many names across time and cultures. Some call them genies. Others, demons. Legend tells of a group of hidden Djinn, exiled from their home world, and damned to live out their days trapped in our own. They move in shadows, searching for the key that will help them get home. But to unlock such an ancient barrier will require a primordial power.” Interesting. Haven’t heard that one before.
Bruno: What’s up with your knee?
Kamala Khan: You know when you like bump into a drone, and then fall off a truck, and you don’t really feel it till later?
Kamala Khan: Try again. This time like you have a social life. And go.
Bruno: If you help them go home, some things might go boom.
Kamala Khan: Might?
Kamala Khan: Might. There’s a chance.
Kamala Khan: I think I have this bangle for a reason. Like, obviously, I can’t be the superhero. I don’t know. Maybe this is something I need to do. Something good.
Bruno: [after he’s told her he’s been accepted at Caltech and wants to go] Look, Kamala, if you want to help these people, I will help you help them. I will do the research. I will help you figure things out. But just right now, today, I just don’t see a safe way to do this.
Kamala Khan: Carol Danvers wouldn’t wait. She’d punch a hole in space and time, and she’d help them now.
Bruno: Then Carol Danvers would be reckless. Maybe it’s not such a bad thing that you’re not her.
Kamala Khan: Have you ever felt like you were up against the world? Like you wanted something so bad, and then it actually happened, but in reality, it’s just not as great as you imagined it.
Muneeba: Yes, actually. America was my mountain.
Muneeba: Kamala, listen to me. Whatever mountain you’re facing, you don’t have to do it alone.
Yusuf: [to Aamir] A man has one fundamental choice in life. To live a life in fear or love. The man who chooses love chooses joonoon. Passion. He chooses faith, courage. You wear a shalwar kameez every day on the street. You are about to stand in front of God, and your family, and commit to the love of your life. You are brave, my son. Because you have chosen family. And the man who chooses family is never alone.
Kamran: Apparently it might be dangerous if we don’t do it right.
Najma: Of course it’s dangerous. Why wouldn’t it be?
Kamran: Wait. You knew? And you asked Kamala to do it anyway?
Najma: This place will never be our home. We’re going to make her help us. I’m not asking anymore.
Brown-Jovi Lead Singer: We are Brown-Jovi. Now, we also do Eid, Diwali, and bar mitzvahs, and Sweet Sixteens, and quinceaneras. Brown-Jovi does it all.
Kamran: You’re not safe. None of you are safe.
Kamala Khan: What?
Kamran: Kamala, they’re coming after you.
Kamala Khan: They were so nice to me. I’ll just go talk to them, okay?
Kamran: They’re not here to talk. They’ll kill everyone. You have to get out of here.
Kamran: Kamala, everyone will die.
Kamala Khan: I’ll distract them.
Bruno: How? Isn’t that too easy?
Kamala Khan: [as she turns on the fire alarm] Stick to the classics, right?
Najma: No use resisting now. That bangle is made for something bigger than you. Don’t be so selfish, Kamala.
Kamala Khan: Bruno, hey. Are you okay?
Kamran: Get Brian out of here!
Bruno: I swear he gets my name wrong on purpose.
Kamala Khan: Why are you doing this? You said you would protect me.
Najma: Why should I protect those who betray me?
Kamala Khan: [as Nakia sees her using her powers] I’m really sorry.
Nakia: It was you? This whole time it was you, and you didn’t say anything?
Sana: [over Facetime] Did you see it?
Kamala Khan: See what?
Sana: Did you see the train, beta?
Kamala Khan: How did you know about that?
Sana: Because I saw it too. Which is why you have to come. You have to come to Karachi.
Kamala Khan: Wait. Nani? Nani?
4. Seeing Red'What you seek is seeking you.' - Waleed (Ms. Marvel) Click To Tweet
Flight Passanger: First time to Pakistan?
Kamala Khan: What makes you say that?
Flight Passanger: You’re gripping that stuffed animal pretty tight.
Kamala Khan: Oh. It’s actually a napping pillow.
Flight Passanger: Right.
Kamala Khan: I thought I wasn’t allowed to speak. Unless laws of grounding are no longer applicable in international waters?
Muneeba: After you ruined your brother’s wedding, really? You’ll be serving out your sentence for years.
Kamala Khan: Was the house always this massive?
Muneeba: Yes, but it could use a paint job.
Sana: Yes, and paint all over this charm?
'If you have lived like I have, lost what I have, you learn to find beauty in the pieces.' - Sana (Ms. Marvel) Click To Tweet
Kamala Khan: [referring to the bangle] Nani, why did you send this to me? Am I…
Sana: A Djinn? Of course. At least, that is what my father told me.
Kamala Khan: How are you so casual about this?
Sana: I don’t see what the whole fuss is about. It’s just genetics.
Sana: You’re focusing on the wrong things. It is not about how I see the vision, or if you are a Djinn. The important thing is that when the bangle was used the last time, it saved my life.
Kamala Khan: Like the trail of stars? The day you left India.
Sana: The bangle is trying to tell you something, beta. I don’t know what, but I do know that you needed to be here with me to figure it out.
Kamala Khan: I don’t know how to figure it out. I feel like I’m trying to piece together a hundred different things, and I’m just breaking more than I can fix.
Sana: That’s quite a puzzle. But then, if you have lived like I have, lost what I have, you learn to find beauty in the pieces.
Kamala Khan: Nobody told me about the “no jeans” policy. This outfit plays better in Jersey.
Zainab: Maybe after the heritage walk we can swing by the mall. We’ll find you something less controversial.
Muneeba: I hope you don’t mind that we are sitting outside, because Kamala wore jeans.
Rukhsana: Is that why she’s so hot, Kamala?
Kamala Khan: Yeah, it’s not the temperature. It’s the…
Rukhsana: The pani poori.
Kamala Khan: Why did you not warn me this thing was death?
Owais: Come on. Is this not exotic enough for the ABCD’s Instagram? You know, American-Born Confused Desi.
Kamala Khan: I know what it means.
Owais: Yeah, I thought so.
Red Dagger ‘Kareem’: Found you. I’m not sure what’s worse. Those glasses you tried on, or that mask.
Kamala Khan: Are you following me?
Red Dagger ‘Kareem’: I sensed the Noor.
Red Dagger ‘Kareem’: Do all masked Americans have superpowers?
Kamala Khan: Well, how do you know I’m not Canadian?
Red Dagger ‘Kareem’: You’re wearing a shirt that says “New Jersey”. What is this look?
Kamala Khan: No one likes the outfit, huh?
Kamala Khan: Where did you learn to jump? Ninja Turtles?
Red Dagger ‘Kareem’: Where did you learn yours? Donkey Kong?
Kamala Khan: Who are you?
Red Dagger ‘Kareem’: What are you? You’re not a Clandestine?
Kamala Khan: You know about them?
Red Dagger ‘Kareem’: But you have the bangle. How did you get it from Aisha?
Kamala Khan: Wait. How do you know about Aisha?
Red Dagger ‘Kareem’: Come with me if you want to live.
Kamala Khan: What?
Red Dagger ‘Kareem’: Just kidding. I’ve always wanted to say that. But really, we should go. There’s someone you need to meet.
Kamala Khan: Are you going to murder me? Because I don’t want to be the subject of a true crime doc right now.
Red Dagger ‘Kareem’: Relax. Sometimes you have to look beyond what’s right in front of you.
Red Dagger ‘Kareem’: Welcome to the Red Daggers. Perhaps we can teach you to open your eyes.
Kamala Khan: Red Daggers? What, are you in a Pakistani boy band?
Red Dagger ‘Kareem’: Not quite.
Kamala Khan: Why is the hot and sour soup so red?
Red Dagger ‘Kareem’: That’s the color it’s supposed to be. Did you Americans find a way to whitewash the Chinese food too?
Kamala Khan: Tell me, was it difficult finding a scarf long enough to cover that big mouth of yours?
Waleed: For hundreds of years, that scarf has protected the identity of warriors willing to take on the mantle of the Red Dagger. Our function is simple. To protect our people from threats of the unseen.
Kamala Khan: Like Djinn?
Waleed: The Clandestines are not like the Djinn you’ve heard about in stories, or in religious texts. I mean, if Thor landed in the Himalayan mountains, he too would have been called a Djinn.
Red Dagger ‘Kareem’: Noor is the energy source of that realm. The Veil, the Clandestines. Even your powers are made of it.
Waleed: If the Clandestines use the bangle to tear down the Veil, they’ll unleash their world onto ours. Until there’s nothing left of it. That is why it is important to keep that bangle safe.
Waleed: [referring to the bangle’s inscription] It says, “What you seek is seeking you.”
Sana: So, you found what you came looking for?
Kamala Khan: It’s a bit of an education.
Sana: Even at my age, I’m still trying to figure out who I am. My passport is Pakistani, my roots are in India. And in between all of this, there is a border. There is a border marked with blood and pain. People are claiming their identity based on an idea some old Englishmen had when they were fleeing the country. How is one to deal with that?
Kamala Khan: Do you think you’re ever going to figure it out?
Sana: But what’s the rush?
Kamala Khan: Your name is minced meat?
Red Dagger ‘Kareem’: No. It’s Kimo. Short for Kareem.
Red Dagger’s Friend: [referring to her nickname] Sloth baby. Cool name.
Kamala Khan: Thank you. Thank you. At least someone appreciates it.
Muneeba: And why are there so many toffee boxes everywhere?
Sana: These toffee boxes? Well, they’re for you. You know, you liked them as a child. So I just kept them around just in case you came back. I may have eaten most of them along the way.
Muneeba: I think maybe it is time for you to start considering coming to live with us in America?
Muneeba: [in Hindi, as Sana laughs] What?
Sana: And there I thought you went halfway across the world to get away from me.
Muneeba: I wasn’t trying to get away from you. I just needed a change.
Muneeba: And even after Baba left you, you continued to cling to these fantastic theories.
Sana: I just thought I’d share them with you.
Muneeba: I didn’t need your stories, Mommy. I needed my mother.
Waleed: [to Kamala] We believe your genetics could be the answer to why it is that you can shape the Noor here. Your humanity links you to the matter of this world. It makes your abilities unique.
Waleed: [to Kamala, as he gives her a vest] Though we may not have fancy armor, you should know, there is history in every thread of this fabric, so you always remember where you came from. You’re not alone.
Red Dagger ‘Kareem’: [as the Clandestines are chasing them] Hold on tight.
Kamala Khan: Oh, my God. I knew you were going to murder me!
Red Dagger ‘Kareem’: We’re not dead yet!
Kamala Khan: Okay, driving on the opposite side of the road on a stick. Bismallah, bismallah.
5. Time and Again'When the soul lies down in that grass, the world is too full to talk about. What you seek is seeking you.' - Hasan (Ms. Marvel) Click To Tweet
Hasan: [flashback, 1942, in Urdu] We want freedom peacefully without riot, However, don’t consider our peaceful attitude as being weak.
Aisha: [as he wakes her up using his stick] Touch me and I’ll break your leg.
Hasan: What? You mean this one? It’s okay. I don’t use it much anyway.
Aisha: What do you want?
Hasan: Well, for one, I’d like you to stop trampling on my poor roses. But from the looks of it, I think you need more help than they do.
Hasan: So, do you have a name? Or shall I just call you hungry? Perhaps you can tell me where you’re from then? I see. You’re clearly not British. And you’re not from this village. So, what brings you to my doorstep?
Aisha: I like your roses.
Hasan: Ah, she speaks.
Hasan: You know, when I saw you out there, it reminded me of my favorite poem. “When the soul lies down in that grass, the world is too full to talk about. What you seek is seeking you.”
Aisha: Aisha. My name is Aisha.
Hasan: Aisha. “She who lives”. A beautiful name.
Aisha: I know that you’re pretty attached to that rotting tree branch, but I thought it might be nice to have a walking stick that actually helped you walk.
Hasan: And to think, when we first met, you threatened to break my leg.
Aisha: Well, I changed my mind.
Hasan: [to Aisha, referring to their baby, Sana] She looks at you as though you’re magic. I can’t say that I blame her.
Hasan: Peaceful. Could all this bloodshed be called as peaceful?
Aisha: We will get through this.
Najma: Don’t you want to go home, Aisha?
Aisha: Of course. Of course I do. But I hid the bangle for safe keeping. Retrieving it will take some time.
Najma: You have until sundown tomorrow. And then, we will all go home. Together.
Aisha: We can take our memories with us. So long as we’re together, we can build a home anywhere, Hasan. “What you seek is seeking you.” You taught me that.
Aisha: [to young Sana as she gives her the bangle] I know, beta. New adventures can be scary. That’s why I need you to hold onto this for me. This will keep you safe wherever you go, okay?
Aisha: [after she shows Hasan the bangle’s magic] You knew I was running from something. But you never pushed.
Hasan: Because I didn’t care. You chose us, and that’s what mattered.
Aisha: And I’m still choosing you. Whatever happens, make sure Sana gets on the train tonight. Promise me, Hasan.
Hasan: Nothing is going to happen.
Najma: [after she finds Aisha trying to board the train with her family] You’ve turned your back on us. Your family. Your people. Where is the bangle, Aisha?
[after which she stabs Aisha in the stomach]
Aisha: [after Kamala finds the wounded Aisha by the train] The bangle worked. Sana, it brought you back to me.
Kamala Khan: I’m not Sana.
Aisha: They don’t have much time. Get Sana on the train. And protect that bangle. You have everything that you need.
Kamala Khan: No, you have to save her. You’re supposed to save Nani, like the story.
Aisha: [as she dies] It’s okay. She’s okay. Because you’re here.
Kamala Khan: [after she finds young Sana lost on the train platform] I can’t do stars, Nani, but I can do circles, okay?
[she uses the bangles power to guide young Sana back to Hasan]
Kamala Khan: [realizing she was part of Sana’s story] It was me.
Sana: You know, Magnum got lost once, I had him micro chipped.
Muneeba: Okay, Ammi, Magnum is a dog. Kamala is a girl. Okay? Though, trust me, if it was legal, I would do it.
Owais: I mean, she has a phone, right?
Muneeba: Yes, of course, beta, she has a phone.
Owais: Well, if Kamala’s phone is on your family plan, you can just log into your account and use the “find my phone” feature to see where she is.
Muneeba: Like spyware for parents?
Owais: Kind of.
Muneeba: Then why am I only just hearing about this?
Kamala Khan: [to Najma] All Aisha ever wanted was to be with her family, and you took that from her! Please don’t take that from Kamran too.
Muneeba: So you are that Light Girl?
Kamala Khan: Yeah.
Sana: Our family is magical. Munee, I’ve told you so many times over the years.
Muneeba: [referring to the photo Aisha gave Kamala before she died] This photograph, and those lights, how did that happen?
Sana: I don’t know, but I’d like to think two people fell in love and created something. Something much bigger than either of them could have created alone.
Kamala Khan: You know, I’m pretty sure a Pakistani goodbye is the opposite of an Irish one. Overstay your welcome and then ask if you could take home food.
Kamala Khan: Thank you, by the way. For everything.
Red Dagger ‘Kareem’: You know, if you ever need anything, I’m just a call away. Although the US government may or may not have several warrants out for my arrest, so.
Kamala Khan: Wow. Well, I don’t know how much more trouble I can get into after all this.
Red Dagger ‘Kareem’: [as he gives her his red dagger scarf] Just in case. For you.
Sana: [to Kamala] She was quite the rebel, you know. She ran away when she was seventeen to follow that star, Bruce Springfield.
Muneeba: Please don’t put all these lies into my daughter’s head, okay? It was Bon Jovi.
Kamala Khan: Huh? Why have I never heard of this?
Muneeba: Well, because you have never asked. Your father and I had a lot of adventures, Kamala. But I will tell you this. None of them have been as thrilling as being your mother. And recently, if I’ve been holding on really tight to you, it’s because I am not ready to let you go.
Sana: I didn’t hold you tight enough, Munee.
Muneeba: [in Urdu and English] No, Mummi, that’s not true. I couldn’t see what you needed me to see. Okay? I’m sorry.
Sana: Perhaps this was the journey I was intended to take. One that would bring me back to you.
Kamran: Argon. It’s one of my favorite elements. Yeah. So, you’re a car guy as well?
Bruno: Yeah, it’s a wonder we’ve never hung out before.
Kamran: Can we just restart? Because this is really weird. It’s nice to meet you. I’m Kamran.
Kamran: Oh, my God. I genuinely thought your name was Brian this whole time.
Bruno: Oh, no. I hadn’t noticed the first four times that…
Kamran: I need to stay here so my mom knows where to find me.
Bruno: Dude, she left you behind to fend for yourself. What makes you think she’s coming back?
Kamran: She wouldn’t just leave me behind like some kind of orphan. You don’t get it.
Bruno: My parents aren’t around anymore either.
Kamran: I’ve been followed. We have to go.
Bruno: [as Kamran blasts the drone] You have powers too?
6. No Normal'Just because someone treats you as their enemy, doesn't give you the right to treat them as yours.' - Sheikh Abdullah (Ms. Marvel) Click To Tweet
Agent Deever: This is what happens when the wrong people get powers.
Agent Barrie: What do you mean, the wrong people?
Agent Deever: Kids, Agent Barrie.
Bruno: It wasn’t easy when Kamala first got her powers either.
Kamran: What would she do?
Bruno: Well, she’s Kamala, so she stress-ate a gyro.
Kamala Khan: I am the Light Girl.
Aamir: You’re what?
Kamala Khan: Night Light.
Aamir: Oh, my God. I had no idea.
'There is no normal. There's just us and what we do with what we've been given.' - Kamala Khan (Ms. Marvel) Click To Tweet
Kamala Khan: You told them?
Muneeba: But, Kamala, I only told Abbu, really.
Yusuf: What are you implying?
Aamir: In classic Khan gossip train, you tell Ammi, she tells Abbu, and we overhear, because he always has his phone on speaker.
Muneeba: Speaker. Speaker is the problem.
Tyesha: [to Kamala] I have been dying to ask you, are your powers limitless, or do you have to recharge?
Aamir: Also, I’ve been dying to ask you, on Eid, did you drop that kid on purpose,
or was that like a game-time decision?
Yusuf: I mean, I, for one, am so proud of you. I mean, believe me, we are all in awe of you. But, beta, I just want to be sure that you’re being careful out there. I mean, just because you can do all these amazing things, doesn’t mean that you actually volunteer to go looking for trouble, right? I worry, beta. I just worry too much.
Kamala Khan: Abbu, I don’t think you raised me to sit by and do nothing when I can help people.
Muneeba: And we trust her, right?
Muneeba: [as she gives Kamala her superhero suit] This feels a bit more like you. Hmm?
Bruno: We need a place to hide from the cops.
Nakia: Are you crazy? You can’t hide in a mosque.
Bruno: Why? Houses of worship are supposed to offer sanctuary.
Nakia: This is a mosque in America. Damage Control, JCPD, hell, Department of Sanitation probably has us under surveillance.
Nakia: When the coast is clear, you guys head to the high school, and I’ll call Kamala.
Bruno: Why would we go to the high school?
Nakia: Because it’s the only place guaranteed to be empty on a Saturday.
Agent Deever: We are looking for a high-level threat. Presumably male, sixteen to twenty-five, Pakistani or Arab.
Woman in Mosque: But you are describing practically everyone here.
Sheikh Abdullah: See, this could take a while. But lucky for you, Rasheed has brought his famous yummy-yummy chocolate-chip cookies.
Uncle Rasheed: The secret ingredient is nutmeg.
Agent Deever: If you’re abetting a potential suspect, no one will be on your side, Sheikh.
Sheikh Abdullah: I don’t need anyone on my side. “I’m not even concerned if God is on my side as long as I am on His side. For God is always right.”
Agent Deever: I don’t have time for Quranic quotes. Excuse me.
Sheikh Abdullah: Actually, that was Abraham Lincoln.
Nakia: [to Deever and Barrie] I know. My mom would kill me if she found out I had a boyfriend and that it was that one.
Miguel: Did you hear that? I’m her boyfriend. And you’re both witnesses. Do you have a body cam? I’d love to have this moment on tape.
Sheikh Abdullah: And remember, just because someone treats you as their enemy, doesn’t give you the right to treat them as yours.
Kamala Khan: [referring to their baseball hats] What are you guys wearing?
Bruno, Kamran: [referring to her suit] What are you wearing?
Red Dagger ‘Kareem’: [over phone] Don’t tell me you’re in trouble again so soon.
Kamala Khan: Okay, please don’t make a big deal out of this. I really need help.
Kamala Khan: Are you mad at me?
Nakia: Well, I mean, I tell you everything. And this is the biggest thing that ever happened to you, and you didn’t tell me. So, I mean, maybe.
Kamala Khan: Okay, but you like kind of hate superheroes. I didn’t want you to hate me.
Nakia: Kamala, I would never hate…
Kamala Khan: I know you wouldn’t hate me, hate me. I messed up. I’m sorry.
Kamala Khan: What are you doing here?
Bruno: How did you get in here?
Aamir: Bathroom window. I went to school here too. Mom sent me to watch out for you.
Kamala Khan: Superheroes don’t need chaperones.
Aamir: Take it up with her.
Kamran: Guys, clock’s ticking.
Kamala Khan: Fine. Just don’t ruin anything.
Nakia: So, we’re going to stop Damage Control with softballs?
Kamala Khan: No. We’re going to stall Damage Control with softballs. And the real plan is Zoe.
Nakia: So you mean to tell me you knew Kamala had powers, and you didn’t say anything? Because it’s not like you.
Zoe: You know, Kamala saved my life at AvengerCon. I think Kamala should be able to tell the world when she’s ready.
Aamir: Not cousin Kamran, huh? What were you even doing with my sister?
Kamran: Driving lessons.
Aamir: Do you even like British Bake Off?
Aamir: [to Kamran] I’m only helping you out because my sister’s one of the smartest people I know. And I know she wouldn’t help anybody out that didn’t deserve it.
Zoe: Hey. It’s Zo, I’m at Coles High School, where Damage Control has me and my friends totally surrounded. Two of them have superpowers. I know, but they’re being targeted. These people are super scary, and they’re just not backing down. Please, you have to help us. To all my loyal followers, tag this message and share stories.
DODC Agent: [over radio] We’re chasing multiple suspects. All identical. I repeat, all identical.
Agent Barrie: What, he can multiply now?
Kamala Khan: Still with me?
Kamran: Always was.
Kamala Khan: My friend has a contact. He can meet you at the docks.
Kamran: This friend of yours, they’re the Red Daggers, aren’t they? They are, aren’t they? Look, The Red Daggers are as much a threat to me as those cops are out there. They’ve been fighting my family for decades.
Kamala Khan: Pretty sure those guys aren’t cops.
Kamala Khan: Hey, guys. Are you okay?
DODC Agent: Yes, Ms. Night Light.
Kamala Khan: Not that name.
Kamran: Kamala, look around. They’re never going to accept me, and they’ll never accept you either! My mom was right. This isn’t my home.
Kamala Khan: But she saved it for you! In her last moments, she sent everything she had to protect you. She chose you.
Kamran: Look at everything I’ve done, Kamala. What am I supposed to do now? How can I be normal?
Kamala Khan: There is no normal. There’s just us and what we do with what we’ve been given.
Auntie Ruby: [referring to Kamala] It’s going to be very difficult for her to find a husband.
Sheikh Abdullah: Looks like I am now a hot dog. Let’s hope this hot dog is Halal.
Hameed: [referring to Kamala] She’s a freaking action superhero. Mad skills. But I don’t know where those skills went when she dropped me and broke my leg. Guess I was the beta test.
Yusuf: So, you are now the great new superhero called… Called what?
Kamala Khan: I’m still figuring it out.
Yusuf: Of course you are. Yeah, we’re all still figuring it out.
Yusuf: Do you know why we named you Kamala? Your mother and I tried for years to have a second child. We’d almost lost all hope. And then you came. Beta, you were just so perfect. That’s what kamal means in Arabic. “Perfect”. But in Urdu, it’s more like, what’s the word? “Wonder”. “Marvel”. Kamal means marvel.
Kamala Khan: I share the same name as Carol fricking Danvers?
Yusuf: I don’t know who that is. But you sure are, and always have been, our own little Ms. Marvel.
Bruno: [referring to Kamran’s car] We really bonded in that explosion, okay? Plus, I look good driving it. So, I’ll probably take it to Caltech.
Nakia: I, for one, think that it looks much better on the streets of Jersey City without you in it, to be honest with you in it, so.
Kamala Khan: Yes, I for two.
Bruno: No. No. I, for three, disagree.
Bruno: Kamala, there’s something different in your genes. Like a mutation.
Kamala Khan: Whatever it is, it’s just going to be another label.
Nakia: Get in, losers. We’re getting shawarma.
Kamala Khan: I love you!
Kamala Khan: [referring to Kamran’s car] Listen, I’m the only one who’s actually driven this thing. Ten and four, right now.
Nakia: It was some myth. Ten and four.
Carol Danvers: [mid-credits lines, after the bangle glows, Kamala and Captain Marvel swap places] Oh, no, no, no.