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Benjamin Lambert: These are samurai knots!
Kate: Mom, we're fine. We're having a dialogue about our relationship.
Tara: We? Honey, this Power Puff Boy does not warrant a collective pronoun.
Benjamin Lambert: Is this the bitch character or something? Make her turn it off.”
Katherine Calder-Young Papadapoli: I do? Oh, because I was making breakfast.
Webster: No, because you were ruining breakfast.”
Bertier: There's my mother.
Coach Boone: Good. [nods his head at Gerry's mom] You take a look at her. Cause once you step on that bus you aint got your mama no more. You got your brothers on the team and you got your daddy. You know who your daddy is, doncha? Gary, if you want to play on this football team, you answer me when I ask you who is your daddy? Who's your daddy, Gary? Who's your daddy?
Coach Boone: And whose team is this, Gerry? Is this your team? Or is this your daddy's team?
Coach Boone: Now get on the bus. Put on your jacket first and then get on the bus.”
Junior Bevill: How about 'Tallulah?'
Sanka Coffie: Tallulah! Hahaha! Tallulah! Sounds like a two-dollar hooker! Where you come up with that?
Junior Bevill: That's my mother's name.”
Tony Soprano: They all break my balls.”
Jeff: It's what she thinks. What can I say? Sweet dreams.
Larry: 'Sweet dreams.' I'll dream about fucking your mother. 'Sweet dreams.'”
Seth: Ahh, just... married.”
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