When George left for work Max and Ricky found his car keys. But then how did George get to work?
Reply: In Long Time No See George said he had spare keys above his visor couldn't George have taken those?
Angie: (Sees Max trying to get Ricky out of the house in a trash bag) Max, what are you doing?
Max: I'm just taking out this bag of trash.
Angie: Oh, well, let me throw in these coffee grounds.
Max: No, I'll just take it out like this.
George: Are you sure, cause I could throw in this hot bacon grease!
Max: Well it's really full.
George: Then I'll stomp on it to squash it down! (Ricky runs outside and George chases him)
Benny: George how many times do I have to tell you, make sure they're dead before you stuff 'em in a bag!
George: (to Max) You're grounded for sneaking Ricky in the house.
Angie: He's already grounded for skateboarding in the house.
George: All right, then no video games for a month!
Angie: We took them away for eavesdropping on the phone calls.
Angie: Took it away when they burned down the garage.
George: (to Max) Okay, you leave me no choice. For the rest of the month...you're not allowed to use your hands!
(George is scolding Ricky for crashing the car through the fence)
George: Do you know you could've killed someone?
Ernie: Wow. Hey, your mom sits out here. What if she was in that chair?
George: Don't try to cheer me up!
(Angie comes down for breakfast)
Angie: Wow, this smells great.
Ricky: I cook for my mom all the time.
Angie: Well, she's lucky to have you for a son. How come you don't cook anything for me, Max?
Max: 'Cause I don't have to work for your love. I mean, who's my competition, Carmen? I don't think so.
(George is rethinking banning Ricky)
George: Look, I want him to stay with us for a while.
Angie: Are you crazy? I mean, first the garage, then the fence. He's getting closer to where we sleep, George.
The title of this episode is an allusion to "The Trouble With Harry", a 1955 Alfred Hitchcock movie, based on a novel by Jack Trevor Story, about a comical situation regarding a dead man and the suspicions of who killed him.
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