Carmen: (About a human pyramid) It's a trust exercise.
Angie: Trust? You wanna talk about trust? This pyramid is going to come tumbling down! Because that's what everything does eventually!
George: Okay, it's time for bed! Mrs. Lopez is just a little tired, it's really a nice pyramid, and you built it without any fat girls on the bottom, I'm really impressed.
Vic:(about his wife's affair) Last week, I went to her dermatology clinic to surprise her. I walked in on her checking a man for moles in a place where sun-damage is not a possibility.
(Carmen's sleepover guests are leaving)
George: Nice having you, move along. You don't have to go home, but you can't stay here.
Ernie: Never mess with a guy with no life.
Vic: You know how Cuba and the United States use to have relations, and then they grew apart?
Angie: Daddy, is this like when you said my wedding night would be like the Bay of Pigs invasion: quick and a failure?
George overhears Vic's conversation on his cell phone
Vic: How can you pick him over me? You barely know him.
George: to himself I hope he's not talking to the girl in the sleeping bag.
George: You're about to play the most exciting game to come outta Cuba since Wheel of Misfortune. "I'd like to buy a vowel. There are no vowels, Castro detained them all."
Vic: George, maybe I'll show you another Cuban game to play.
George: Yeah, I can't wait to play "eat the tail on the donkey".
The title of this Episode is a spoof on the Cuban Missile Crisis
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