In Iliad 13, the Trojan prince Hector, who has been leading an assault on the Greek ships, finds his brother Paris off to the side of battle. Hector, furious, begins berating Paris, and ends his short speech in despair:
"Troy is doomed.And then, for one strange and hilarious moment, Paris sounds remarkably like Niles Crane:
The whole towering city is as good as gone."
"I see you're in a testy mood, Hector.
I may have held back from battle before,
But not now. My mother didn't raise
A total weakling."
(Translated by Stanley Lombardo)