Posey : (To the pimp) Get out of my home, you cartoonish villain.
Kevin : No one leaves this till we cracked the code.
Toby : Can I least go to the bathroom?
Kevin : Sure, if you want to go to Arizona State or Pamona.
Toby : I'll just pee in a bottle.
Gus : (While rubbing Andy's rear) Last time I felt an ass like this, Eisenhower was president.
Andy : AAH! Holy crap! (Runs off)
Wally : He's joshing you, Andy. He says the same thing about my ass.
Kevin : Like I'm going to Borchmore.
Andy: Hey, we were Playboy's number six party school. And we had more fraternity drinking deaths than all of your ivy league schools put together.
Jim: And that doesn't include haseing deaths.
George: Your motherboard is pretty old.
Kevin: Don't you be talking about my motherboard.
Andy: (mocking the pimp) Look at me, I'm Pimpy McPimpinhire!
Pencil: Every year another sucker comes knocking. Mister i want to crack the code. It is impossible I tell you. Impenetrable. God will not be mocked!
Kevin: I got as high as double 650s.
Pencil: Hey, you mocked god.
Andy: Yeah, keep banging. That'll make me come faster.
Posey: Andy, can you tell me how this ad is misleading. "Let Posey's soft hands give you healing relief."
Andy: That says, "release."
Posey: Oh my.
Andy: No way! You're a pimp, right? A good, old-fashioned bell-bottom and platform shoe pimp. Didn't I see you in Baretta?
Andy:Didn't I see you in Baretta?
Baretta was a detective television series which ran on ABC from 1975 to 1978.
The "ooga chaka, ooga chaka" part of the Borchmore Cavemen chant which Andy and Jim demonstrate comes from the remake of the B.J. Thomas song Hooked On A Feeling by the mid-1970's rock group Blue Swede. Blue Swede's version added the cavemen-like chant for the hook.