Pinky and the Brain“The same thing we do every night, Pinky…”

It isn’t quite what Walker ends up doing, of course. But her level of ambition and determination is set high from the start.

…and (unlike Miranda), she’s not going to ultimately end up using her powers for good.

Ann: Thank you for getting me away from that nightmare.

Mr. Oliver: I take it your father wasn’t the one who wrote to me in Braille after all.

Ann: I don’t think he really understands that Braille typewriters make words. How he imagines I made it through college, I haven’t the faintest idea.

Oliver’s Being: You do realize that I wouldn’t be able to help you with that sort of thing? Reading your language is difficult for me. Writing, next to impossible.

Ann: I am aware of your limitations, yes. As well as your considerable advantages.

Mr. Oliver: And why, Miss Ann, should those advantages be granted to you?

I appreciate your initiative, and have sympathy for our shared handicap. But let us suppose I agree to grant you this Mastery upon my death. What would you do to make that grant worthwhile?

Ann: May I be frank with you, Mr. Oliver?

I rather thought I’d begin with trying to take over the world.