How does Andy know all the kids at school e-mail address's?
When Andy is sitting on the couch playing a video game when Mrs.Larkin is looking for the teapot, the pillows keep disappearing and changing colours.
Mrs.Larkin: Deep down, despite all the pranking, you've got a big heart.
Danny: (to Andy) And kidney.
Andy: We just had to cross a street, why did you make us do all that?
Mush: It's a lot more fun! Chill out, dude. It's only a teapot.
Andy: You wanted my video game just because she's wearing a cute outfit? What a waste of a perfectly good game, give it back to me.
Andy: What have I ever done to you? (Jen raises one eye brow) Ok, lately. (Jen raises both eye brows) In the past 5 minutes? (Jen opens eyes wide) Fine. Name your price.
Jen: I have a degree in hiding things I don't want Andy to find.
Andy: Like what? Your diary? Trust me, it's not worth finding.
Jen: Can't you think of something besides your stomach for once?
Andy: Sure I can. Let's see. I can think of you shutting your pie hole forever.
Mrs.Larkin: Andy! You wonderful, wonderful boy!
Jen: Mom! Didn't you hear what he just said?
Andy: Yes, she did, and she's finally seen the light.
Mrs.Larkin: My great-aunt Lydia's teapot.
Mr.Larkin: Oh, that! I remember when you got it. I thought it was so hideous, I stuffed it- Uh, it was so original-looking that I didn't want anything to happen to it.
Jen: Don't worry, we'll help.
Andy: We? I'm otherwise occupied.
Jen: Measuring your toenails doesn't count.
Mrs.Larkin: Well, that travelling antiques show is coming to East Gackle, and I'm going to bring my oldest possession to show them!
Andy: You're gonna show them dad?
Jen: When are you going to get a life and stop annoying people?
Andy: The day you stop plucking the hairs out of your chin.
Mrs.Larkin: Andy, this really isn't a good time to be pushing my buttons!
Andy: Is there a good time? Please let me know.
Andy: As my dad always said, A little glue will take you a long way. (Pot Breaks)
Danny: Maybe your father should buy better glue.