In the scene where everybody is in the car the canoe is there but when the camera cuts to the car it's gone!
Louise: You keep your nasty little nappy-headed son away from my granddaughter. That's how I'm doing.
Chris Rock: (Narrating) That look means all seven of the words you can't say on television.
Rochelle: (to Chris) Boy, turn around before I smack a face on to the back of your head.
Louise: If it happens again, there is going to be a problem.
Chris: (narrating) Problem is a polite word for ass kicking.
Neighborhood Guy: Get off of my car, fool!
Chris Rock: (narrating) How did he know my nickname?
Julius: (after ripping a trading stamp) That's one cents worth of stamp! Chris, get the tape.
Chris Rock: (narrating) What my father didn't realize was that I had to use two cents worth of tape to fix one cents worth of stamp.
Chris: Hey, well, you know . . .
Chris Rock: (narrating) That's what you said when you didn't want to lie, but you didn't want to tell the truth!
Drew: Hey mom, you wanna watch The Ropers with me?
The Ropers was a sitcom that aired from March 1979 to May 1980 about a middle aged couple. It was a spinoff of Three's Company.
Narrator: That look means all the seven words you can't say on telvision.
That alludes to George Carlin's bit from the early 1970's called The Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television.