Linda: I'm surprised leftovers can make it this long with Bill in the house.
Bill: You know, if more men liked leftovers, you might be able to get a date.
Judy: Don't we love each other enough to go a few hours without television?
Bill: It depends what's on.
Bill: Maybe after a night of looking at the planets, you can I can come home and...
Judy: You're not going to make a Uranus joke, are you?
Bill: I promised to take my family to the planetarium.
Bergner: (cackles) I'll be bowling while you're looking at a bunch of fish.
Bill: Planetarium, Bergner.
Bergner: All right, plants, whatever.
Bill: I'm here, when am I up?
Bergner: You're up fourth, right behind me, bringing up the rear, just where I like like it—that doesn't sound right.
Judy: All I want is for us to be a family that plays together, like this family on the box.
Lauren: That boy looks like a dweeb.
Brian: The girl looks snotty.
Bill: The mom's kind of hot--hey, that is our family!
Tina: I wanted to see the stars.
Bill: Well, you still can. Close your eyes real tight and rub 'em with your fists.