Johnny: Friends help each other. Just like Ginger helped Fluffy.
Ginger: Wow, I'm higher up than I've ever been before. Ha ha. The clouds are so big. I can walk on 'em. It's beautiful up here.
Ginger: Wherever your home is, Fluffy, we'll find it. Together!
Ginger and Johnny: Sage!
Sage: You called? Hello?
Johnny: Sage, uh, back here.
Sage: Oh yes, I forgot. Ha ha ha. Well, hello there, little cloud. What's your name?
Ginger: The cloud's name is gonna be, ah, Fluffy! Yeah!
Ginger: What's a good cloud name?
Johnny: Let's see, um, Thunder.
Johnny: No, not Thunder. Okay, uh, Lightning.
Johnny: Definitely not Lightning.
Ginger: Whoa, no, Johnny, not Thunder and Lightning.
Johnny: I guess not.
Ginger: Hey, little cloud, are you following me? Hey, do you want to play? Okay!
Johnny: What was that? Oh, it was Ginger having a fly-about. She certainly does love zipping around.
Johnny: You know, Lily, sometimes you just have to be happy with the way you are.
Lily: I agree. Everyone should be happy with the way I am. Beautiful!
Johnny: The truth is, Lily's right. She's perfect just the way she is. And so are you.
Root: Hair go bye-bye. All gone!
Johnny: I found Root. He's around here someplace, in your hair.
Basil: Oh, wow, what happened?!
Johnny: Root made Lily's hair grow.
Basil: Oh. It looks nice.
Lily: It does not look nice!
Basil: Oh, ho, okay, it doesn't! Um, I never know what to say to girls.
Johnny: (sympathizing) Yeah, I know.
Lily: You cannot cut magic hair with regular scissors.
Lily: My ice cream swirl has become a triple scoop.
Lily: It's my new look. I call it "french vanilla grape swirl." Do you like it, huh?
Johnny: Well, it's certainly interesting, the way it keeps growing.
Lily: Keeps growing?!
Lily: I asked Root to make my hair longer, but I don't think the spell is working. Aw! Aw! My hair's still growing.
Root: Grow Lily hair, grow!
Lily: If my hair were longer, I think it would look even more beautiful.
Johnny: I know how much Lily loves her mirrors.
Francesca: (imitating Lily) "Beautiful!"
Close-captioning in this episode uses "weedleberries," rather than the more commonly seen "wheatleberries."