In this episode, the Pembroke children are waiting for election results that will determine whether they will be seeing a victory party on television starring Michael Jackson, but several times it is mentioned that the activity is taking place on a Saturday night, and most elections for political office are held on Tuesdays.
Gwendolyn: When I said that you were something out of "Animal House", how did you feel about that?
Buddy: Oh, I took it as a compliment.
(doorbell rings, Buddy opens door and sees Gwendolyn)
Buddy: Charles, it's your mother.
Jill: Let's go.
Stan: What for?
Stan: What's on?
Jill: We are.
Stan: I love that show.
Lila: I go first!
Jason: I go first!
Lila: I go first! Or I'll grow my nails long and come to your room some night and claw your eyes out.
Jason: She goes first.
Charles: Since I've come to school here, I found two very good friends.
Stan: Well, we appreciate that Charles.
Jill: Buddy and Gwendolyn.
Stan: We appreciate that too.
Gwendolyn: Buddy requires the night and the opportunity to seek out women, just like Jack the Ripper.
Buddy: I don't think this girl wants to marry me Charles?
Gwendolyn: I guess I never thought of you as the lamplight type?
Buddy: But you would think of me as the lamplight type.
Gwendolyn: I would think of you as the mayor of the lamplight.
Buddy: I happen to know in the Gwendolyn Pierce handbook she never sees anyone again.
Charles: Well, we happen to enjoy each others company.
Buddy: How do I get a job with your company?
Charles: Why don't you take comfort in some referendums?
Douglas: Thanks you, Charles, I'm specially interested in what they're doing about the aliens.
Charles: Douglas, that means immigrants.
Lila: I got the popcorn!
Jason: I got the butter!
Douglas: I got the mayonnaise.
Charles: Wait a minute who puts mayonnaise on popcorn?
Douglas: I'm not having popcorn
Charles: I don't need every Saturday night off when the Pembroke's deserve to go out once in a while okay?
Buddy: No! He's married? He can fail miserably in his own home.