She makes me feel like a fifth grader again.

Manny: Jay, haven't you noticed the spring in my step?
Jay: Oh, kids say cruel things, that doesn't mean you'll turn out that way.
Manny: No, we have something in common. I'm seeing a younger woman.

Manny: Baby Bear's a girl? We have to do it over! I would have played it totally different.
Jay: You nailed it.

She's had the romantic, she's had the intellectual, how about all that in one fine little brown package.

Tell me about it, I've got a clingy 5th grader, I can't shake.

At this rate, I'm going to miss the first my wedding!

Jay: Flag on the play.
Manny: What does that mean?!?

My knee's been singing all morning.

I really thought it was too late for me. But for the last few minutes, I've been watching all of you acting like children and it hit me. I've got plenty of time left to be a kid.

Look at Luke there, making one big straw out of three. Never change, Luke.

Manny: It was the second thing that slipped right out from under me today. The first was my childhood.
Jay: I get it.

I'm trying to get a hold of more butts... Very funny, I don't have time for this foolishness.