Okay, look. I know you got a crocodile in spelling, but this has gone too far.


Lindsay: I'm not signing this.
Maeby: Fine. I will. Is Lindsay with an "A" or an "E"?

Maeby: D plus. Sign this.
Lindsay: This is a D minus.
Maeby: Well, either way, it's above a D right?
Lucille: Another world beater.

Narrator: Later, Lucille stopped by the model home to enlist her daughter's help cataloging her valuables.
Lindsay: I can't.
Lucille: Why not?
Lindsay: Because I'm ... Don't want to.

Michael: I can't help you, Mom. I've got a job. I've got to make some money so you can buy more things and destroy the evidence.
Lucille: You're right. I'll ask Lindsay.

Lucille: I need a favor.
Michael: We ought to put that on our family crest.

Gob: I need a favor.
Michael: What happened to "Hello. I need a favor"?

Michael: Well, those lessons worked, didn't they? I mean, we still leave notes to this day.
Lindsay: Oh, that's what that was about. I thought he was trying to get us off of dairy.

George, Sr.: Why?! If someone had left a note, this innocent man would still have his arm! Why?!
J. Walter Weatherman: And that's why you always leave a note.

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