The Conners Season 4 Episode 10: "Spills, Pills and The Midnight Lasagna" Quotes
Harris: I know you didn't invite me because you thought I'd be jealous, but I love my little brother, and I'm happy when he does good.
Darlene: I know that.
Harris: And who knows, maybe if Mark does really good, you'll let him decide who he wants to fall in love with and won't throw him out of the house like a dog who crapped on the rug. Anyways, that's all I wanted to say. Love you all. Goodbye.
Mark: You're making a big deal out of nothing. It's like my generation's version of coffee.
Darlene: Yeah, your generation also ate detergent pods. You're a bunch of idiots.
Dan: How's Jackie's foot?
Becky: Oh, the foot's coming along, but the doctor used the phrase, "at your age," and that's going to take a while to heal.
Darlene: Hey, he gave me all the pills. I told you. It's over.
Dan: Oh man! How many times in high school did you give me all your weed?
Darlene: Never, and now I'm going to look through Mark's backpack.
You are not old. You are crazy.Neville [to Jackie]
Darlene: I think I'm just going to keep him in the school and hope he adjusts to the workload. I am going to have to watch him like a hawk.
Dan: What does that even mean? Are you going to drug test him every day?
Darlene: If I have to.
Dan: That's a nice bonding moment. I think Norman Rockwell painted that. It's called "A Specimen for Mother."
Look at yourself. You're shaking and begging for pills. No school or grade, or scholarship is worth that. You're a smart kid. You're just not cut out for this pace.Darlene
Mark: I'm going to do whatever it takes to do better than the rest of you. Nothing's going to get in my way. The rules no longer apply.
Darlene: Oh really? The rules do apply as long as you're under my roof. I'm not going to let you do anything stupid, but if you do, there will be consequences. Until you're 18, and then you can be as stupid as you want. And if The Conners before you are any indication, it's going to be Nobel prize stupid.
Mark: I hate you.
Darlene: Then I'm doing my job.