In the bedroom scene, Michelle is supposedly all hot and sweaty, and yet she's wearing long jeans.
DJ: I promise, the three of us will go out this weekend and do something really grown-up together.
Michelle: You mean, get pierced and tattooed???
Stephanie: Uh, how about a PG movie?
Michelle: With mature themes and adult situations?
DJ: We better get you into bed right now.
Michelle: But I feel fine!
DJ: Well, all sick people start out feeling fine!
Michelle: I've got Smedrick's Disease.
Kimmy: Really? I had that when I was 10!
DJ: Somehow, I doubt that.
Stephanie: Michelle, you're fine. There's nothing wrong with you.
Michelle: You mean, I don't have Smedrick's Disease?
Stephanie: Michelle, Mr. Smedrick is my Biology teacher. We made the whole thing up.
Michelle: You guys have been so good to me, I have to tell you the truth. I really don't care that much about Counting Cats.
Michelle: All I wanted was to do something grown-up with you guys. You get to do all kinds of cool things, and I always feel left out.
DJ: You do?
Michelle: You guys are so cool. I want to grow up and be just like you.
DJ: Oh, rats!
Stephanie: We were so close!
(Becky and Jesse see that it's a long way down from their position)
Becky: (voice shaking)Whoa.
(they continue to look down)
Becky, Jesse: (nervously) Have mercy.
Stephanie: (to Michelle) You don't even know who the Counting Crows are!
Michelle:I will when I see them at the concert.
Last episode in which Jesse and Rebecca say Have Mercy! at the same time.
Rebecca: Jess, you listened to a guy who was wearing Power Rangers pajamas.
Power Rangers is an action show where boys and girls watched and it was on air since 1993.