"But I took this right after something interesting happened... you're right, that's pathetic."
Hahahahaha! The Ock-tivator? This tickles me to no end. Peter was just handed a huge tactical advantage -- one of Spidey's arch enemies will now call him before he sets out on capers -- and somehow this registers as a loss. Priceless.
Damn, Robbie is extremely pleased with himself over that "wanted posters" quip. I bet he's imagining telling his wife about it tonight.
Extended inner monologue: "Shoot, if I use a common word associated with Spider-Man people will of course think I'm Spider-Man! Gotta save this..."
"Better run! Gotta catch a web downtown!"
"DAMN IT STUPID DAMN IT DAMN IT!"
Is this meant to be some betrayal of the heroic ideal? Because to me it seems like the first good decision Peter's made yet.
Who is more foolish? The fool or the fool who's needlessly running in place with his fat little legs ten feet off the ground?
"Yeah, so tired of living off of my successful wife! The 85 bucks I make today will totally turn that around!"