Al: (About Griff.) Peg, he's a shoe saleman. It would be like leaving me for me.
Peg: (Pretending to be Butter.) Al, I'm really uncomfortable with this. I don't think I could go through with it.
Al: Peg, Peg, Peg, just do what we do when we have sex. Pretend we're with someone else.
Peg: Thanks Fabio.
Al: You're welcome Ginger.......and Mary Ann.
Jefferson: I had to ditch Marcy down at the Employment Office. God what a depressing place.
Officer Dan: All those people out of work huh?
Jefferson: No, all those people looking for work. Have they no pride? (Marcy walks into the store behind him. Al starts making wing movements with his arms.) I'll tell you. If Marcy is so dead set on a two income family let her get a night job. (Jefferson looks at Al, shakes his head and starts imitating him and clucking.)
Al: Jefferson, you don't really mean that about Marcy do you?
Jefferson: Well Al, as sure as I'm skimming money off her mutual funds. (Starts laughing maniacly while Marcy walks closer to him.) I'll tell you, it will be a cold day in hell when my pay cheque in heels out smarts me.
Marcy: Well then, prepare to make snow angels with The Prince of Darkness.
Jefferson: Marcy? Marcy I-I can't believe you followed me here from the Employment Office?
Marcy: Look you-
Jefferson: Oh no no. Don't apologize the damage is done. (Al walks past Marcy doing the wing movements again.) Look Marcy, if I can't trust you not to follow me. How can I ever trust you as a reference on a job application?
Marcy: Well, I already got you a job. Playing life-sized Ken in the Barbie Christmas window at Marshall Field's. (The other guys laugh histerically.)
Jefferson: Okay, but don't blame me Marcy if your sick obsession with work drives me into the arms of a life-sized Barbie.