Seymour: There's no place around here for a schmole like me.
Johnny: I think we should just go to another part of Grotto's Grove.
Basil: I can't hear you, Johnny. I think we should just go to another part of Grotto's Grove!
Yolanda: Local rain, scary creatures?
Yolanda: Forget about the hotel. I'm outta here.
Root: Wait! I make her go!
Johnny: I should have warned you about the strange weather around here. Sudden sunshowers.
Ginger: My turn. Maybe a little change in the weather. Clouds above, from everywhere, make it rain, but only there.
Basil: We'll make this so magical that she won't wanna build here.
Yolanda: Now I'm going to poke around and explore. You don't mind, do you? Johnny Cakes? Of course you don't.
Ginger: We can't let her put a hotel there. We'll have no place to live.
Johnny: Don't worry. We'll stop her.
Yolanda: I'm talking about thirty floors, a swimming pool, beauty spa, shoes -- right back there where nobody lives.
Johnny Back there? B-but the Grove, the garden -- that doesn't belong to you.
Yolanda: Excuse me, I'm Yolanda Ivanna. And I do what I wanna. And you are?
Yolanda: That's right, Shawn, darling. Just keep this equipment here until I decide where to dig first.
Johnny: Lily's teaching us how to do yoga. You can do it too.
Ann Harada was part of the original Broadway cast of Avenue Q, one of the plays for which John Tartaglia is most famous.
Ann Harada's character gives her name as "Yolanda Ivanna," however, the closing credits list her character as "Ivanna Wanna."
Yolanda: Excuse me. I'm Yolanda Ivanna. And I do what I wanna.
The naming of this character may be a play on the name of Ivana Trump, who was at one time married to famous business-man Donald Trump.