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Ricky Bobby: No, never again.
Cal Naughton, Jr.: You're right. I was like a total dick, man.
Ricky Bobby: From now on, you're the Magic Man and I'm El Diablo.
Cal Naughton, Jr.: What does Diablo mean?
Ricky Bobby: It's like...Spanish for like a fighting chicken.”
Lyn: Well, I'd say that it was much more complicated than that, Johnny.
Johnny: Please! And this time I'm not letting you get in there! I ain't the same pendejo from before, who just smell you and starts babeando.
I got myself a great girl and I'm about to be a father with her, and you know what? I've never been happier about nothing in my whole life, so I'm begging you, please, for however long you have to be in town this time, stay the fuck away from me.”
Lucy Ricardo: What thin?
Ricky Ricardo: Never mind makin' fun of my English.
Lucy Ricardo: That's English?”
Blanca: And I will say, with *that* they are doing a very good job.
Mike Baxter: Why are they teaching him Spanish in the first grade?
Vanessa Baxter: Well, honey, it's a bilingual school. The teacher says everything in English and then says it again in Spanish.
Mike Baxter: So you work twice as hard to learn half as much.
Vanessa Baxter: Or they are learning twice as much because they're learning another language.
Mike Baxter: How do they even understand 'twice as much' if there's no time for math?”
Mike Baxter: Well, I'll give him this, he's a good salesman.
Kyle Anderson: I think you mean sailo.
Mike Baxter: No, I mean salesman. He was an Italian, got the Spanish to pay for three trips to India, which he never found. That's a good salesman.”
Roger: Well, I think it's pronounced Henga, but if you wanna crap all over the Spanish language, go ahead.”
Miss Felter: Muchas gracias.
Arnold: Aw, enchilada.”
Turk: I haven't told her yet. I mean, I was going to, but her not knowing I understand Spanish is like having a secret power. It got me flapjacks for dinner.”
Carla: Cause all my cousins will throw tortillas in the air and fire their guns.
Elliot: Really? God I wish I was ethnic.”
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