(Ice Tray entered the house)
Vivian: I didn't hear you come in. Geoffrey, did you answer the door?
Geoffrey: Well no.
Vivian: Well then we must have left it unlocked.
Ice Tray: Well no.
Ice Tray: When I first met you, you was carrying you're books in a pizza box so nobody would know you was studying.
Will: Yeah, that was cool until thost guys jumped me trying to steal my pizza. Man they was uuuuupset.
Hilary: I got a tatoo of Tray's initals.
Ice Tray: Oh, don't worry Ms.Banks. Nobody will ever see it.
Ashley: (about Ice Tray coming) Word up. This is gonna be cold, stupid on the serious tick.
Philip: What did you say young lady?
Ashley: I mean, this is quite an exceptional idea daddy; peachy keen even.
Ice Tray: A book...Crime and Punishment.
Will: Oh, that's just some tired this Carlton is reading.
Ice Tray: (reads) From the library of Master William Smith. Who's tired now, homeboy?
Will: Oh that's just some book they're making us read in school. I ain't gonna read it.
Ice Tray: Wait wait, this is your handwriting. (reads) Intriguing Duality?
Will: Give me that!
Philip: What did you see?
Vivian: I'll give you a transcript Philip. (raises her hands mimicking Tray and Hilary) Tray to Hilary Hi. Hilary to Tray Hi. (slaps her hands together and twiddles her thumbs)
Philip: (sounding disgusted) I don't get it. What could she possibly see in him?
Vivian: Well, he's got a nice smile and... cool hair.
Philip: Hair? I thought it was a hat.
Vivian: Will, why don't you introduce Ice Tray to your family?
Will: This is my little cousin Ashley. This is my bodyguard Geoffrey. All of this is my Uncle Phil. Remember, we used to say that Daffy Duck must have a little brother somewhere? Meet my cousin Carlton.
Ice Tray: Man this is dope! Rich people have all this stuff they have no use for. Look at all this...crystal, china dog, a book.
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic - Host do domu (Guest to the House)
This was the fourth episode produced, but the fifth to be broadcast.
Janet Hubert-Whitten is credited as Janet Hubert.
Title: Homeboy, Sweet Homeboy
This title is a pun of Home! Sweet Home!, an 1823 song by Henry Bishop and John Howard Payne.
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