Fez: Fine. But if she's staying, I want a better parking space.
Fenton: You can have S.
Fenton: Why don't you park on the roof and pay me 3,000 dollars?
Fez: Is S still available?
Fez: Well, if it isn't Jackie. There's only one person I hate more than Jackie, and that is Fenton. And Fenton, there's only one person I hate more than you; Queen Elizabeth. Who does she think she is? Queen of England?
Fez: You pushed it too far. I want you out.
Jackie: Wait, what? Fez, where am I supposed to go?
Fez: Oh, how about this, why don't you go down to "I Don't Care" Street, make a left on "Get Out Of My Life" Boulevard, and take the express bus to down town "Suck It"!
Leo: I think what you're doing here is great, man.
Donna: Thanks, Leo.
Leo: Yeah, we haven't had a trash can in here in ages. (throws a wrapper into Donna's donation jar)
Donna: We have our first donation. Sir, how much did you give us?
Randy: Um... 68 cents.
Donna: Alright. And ah, how did you commit to that kind of cash?
Randy: I bought something that costs 32 cents.
Donna: Terrific! Hey, here's a fun fact: money is covered in germs and human waste, so give it to me!
Fez: Did you drink my last grape soda?
Jackie: Yeah! I left the empty bottle in the fridge, so you'd know to buy more.
Fez: But I'd been looking forward to this grape soda all day. I even made up a song. (singing) I'm looking forward to that grape soda. Yeah!
Fez: Z? Z's the last spot. It's dangerous to walk from there at night. I'm a single man.
Fenton: Well, maybe you should put some effort into your appearance.
Fez: Maybe you should put some effort into minding your own business!
Fenton: Maybe you should shut up!
Fez: Maybe you should go to hell!
Fenton: I'll go to hell when you shut up!
Fenton: Oh, it's you.
Fenton: During business hours, you may address me by my official title, "Landlord." I also respond to "Lord Fenton," or, on Sundays, "The Good Lord." Yes.
Hyde: You know, once the thrill being married to a stripper's gone, you're just left with the wife who's always got change for a five.
Jackie: What's going on with you and your stupid wife? You guys are fighting like cats and whores.
Jackie: Yeah I know. I had a tough day too. General Hospital was pre-empted by some stupid hostage crisis.
While the time-line for the series is questionable, this final year does seem to be set in 1979, according to the validation sticker on the license plate in the credits. The hostage crisis that pre-empted television programs in 1979 occurred on November 4, 1979, when Iranian militants stormed the US Embassy in Tehran and took 66 people hostage; this occurred during the reign of Ayatollah Khomeini, although he did not sanction the plan before it happened, he approved of the militants' actions after the fact. The crisis lasted for 444 days, ending on January 20, 1981.
General Hospital is a long-running ABC soap-opera which began in 1963.