In the classroom the chalk board read "Declaration
of Independence 1776 in" and the teacher made some marks underneath. The flips to Mr. T. When we look back at the teacher, not only are the marks missing, but it also says in "Phillidelphia."
Edward: Kate, what am I gonna do? I can't just allow people to stand on my son.
Kate: Maybe you should just trust him to handle it himself.
Kate: Well, besides, you can't be with him all the time.
Edward: Well, I know I can't. I can't. But...
Kate: Well, for a second there, I thought you were getting an idea.
Edward: I was.
Ricky: Well, some of the kids saw me getting out of the limo this morning, and they put two and two together and figured out I was a rich kid.
Edward: I knew I should've had Jenkins take you in the Ferrari. Sure, hindsight. Mmm-hmm.
Ricky: (attempting to hide his black eye) Hi, Dad. Good night, Dad.
Edward: Hold it. That isn't the eye you left with this morning. What happened to you?
Ricky: Got hit. Good night.
Edward: Good night? It's not even dark yet?
Ricky: Well, it is to me.
Edward: Hey, Son, how was school?
Ricky: We have to talk, Dad.
Edward: No need to thank me, son. Just the fact that your nose is in the same place, as when you left this morning is all the thanks I need.
Ricky: I've never been so humiliated. He scared the classroom, he scared the schoolteacher, and worst of all he got a hundred on a history test.
Mr. T.: Hey, man, I don't hold back for nobody.
Ricky: You're my bodyguard? I don't want a bodyguard.
Mr. T. Hey, kid. This isn't the thrill of my life, either. But your father hired me to do a job. And I'm gonna do it. Anybody mind?
(Ricky gets ready to leave for school)
Edward: Oh, here's--here's your pencils. And here's some milk money.
Ricky: This is a $100 bill
Edward: Yeah, in case you want some cookies.
Leonard Lightfoot does not appear in this episode.
This was the first of eight episodes that Nick@Nite aired as a tribute to the I Love the 80's special back in Feb. 2001.