Rex: (to Bree) I want a divorce. I just can't live in this detergent commercial anymore. I'm sick of the bizarre way your hair doesn't move. I'm sick of you making our bed in the morning before I've even used the bathroom. You're this plastic suburban housewife with her pearls and her spatula who says things like, "We owe the Hendersons a dinner." Where's the woman I fell in love with, who used to burn the toast and drink milk out of the carton, and laugh? I need her. Not this cold, perfect thing you've become.