Naomi: Honey, there's only so much I can do with weenies and beans.
Mama: Well Tutti, Old Lincoln was right when he said, "The guy that knows most of the poop can lead the troop."
Ellen: Abraham Lincoln said that?
Mama and Alvin: No, Sam Lincoln.
Alvin: The man was an imbecile.
Alvin: Oh, Betty Ahern has been a thorn in my side for years. Listen, if she starts to get a little too pushy, you just remind her of the time she was a topless dancer at the Boomerang Room out on Route 5.
Ellen: She was?!
Alvin: Well sure. You've never heard of Bouncin' Betty Who Move Like Spaghetti?
(The radio news wakes Ellen up)
Ellen: Sweetheart, wake up. Tutti, we've got to do something.
Alvin: Oh, please, not again!
(Mama is told she is the Chair)
Mama: Oh yeah, well you are the sofa!
Betty: My motion was being defeated!
Mama: If you don't sit down and shut up, I'm gonna show you the agony of defeat.
The beginning of this episode features a "Last Week on Mama's Family" recap of part 1.
Notice that when Mama says she will run for mayor and is inaugurated outside, the front of the house looks much different, and in a weird place.
Shown as the 33rd episode in Syndication.