(Charles sees Enid's horses on his bed)
Charles: This is my room, this is not Montana.
Stan: Well, Charles, it takes a long time to understand women, but when you reach the right age, it all becomes easy.
Charles: Really? Well, when's the right age?
Stan: I'll let you know when I get there.
Charles: Please don't mention women to me.
Heather: Sara Lee!
Stacy: Aunt Jemima!
Lila, Stacy and Heather: Betty Crocker!
Douglas: What is ready? What is up? The master says "All Action is Relative" and the disciple answers.
Jason: I'm not your disciple! And I'm sorry I'm your relative.
Buddy: Are you sure we're gonna make it to your room alive?
Charles: We've got to Buddy, out here in the open we're sitting ducks.
Paula: Here I come again!
Charles: It's Thackery hit it!
Gwendolyn: I do not appreciate your decible level because of my preference for lettuce.
Gwendolyn: I heard that.
Charles: Of course you did rabbit food, rabbit ears.
Lila: I'm waiting for Mr. Right.
Paula: I'm waiting for Mr. Wonderful.
Enid: I'm waiting for Mr. Ed.
Buddy: We're not gonna make it Charles, we're gonna die in this jungle, two lives snuffed out by some bizarre pajama ritual.
Douglas: What is love? What is out?
Jason: What is pain?!
Samantha Smith, 12-year-old from Maine, wrote a letter to the late Soviet Premier Andrei Andropov and was invited by him to visit the Soviet Union. She joins Julianne McNamara, triple medal-winning Olympic gymnast who appeared in a previous episode, in a cameo role in this episode.