Angela: Mother, what are you doing?
Mona: Improving customer relations.
Max: "Mother?" I thought the two of you were sisters.
Mona: Well, you're not the first to make that mistake.
Angela: The game warden told me I set a record.
Tony: Yeah, well why don't you go put it in the refrigerator? 'Cause it's starting to stink.
Angela: I haven't seen Mother this happy in a long time.
Tony: Yeah, not since they rerouted that men's marathon down our street.
Angela: We never got a chance to chat. You were always walking in the woods with Max, or talking in the woods with Max, and who knows what else in the woods with Max.
Mona: The woodchucks know.
Angela: You didn't put me down once this weekend.
Mona: I didn't?
Mona: Well, I'll have to make up for that.
Mona: Angela, I'm thinking about taking a big step—a kind of change in my lifestyle.
Mona: I'm going down to the Y and erasing my name from the wall.
Angela: Mother, I am so proud of you. What about the gas station?
Angela: It finally happened. My mother wants to go steady!
Mona: Go steady? I feel a zit coming on.
Angela: I saw those long looks he was giving you when we were playing Bridge last night.
Mona: Angela, we were cheating.
Jonathan: This omelet is great! What's in it?
Angela: My trout.
Tony: Nothing ruins a romantic cruise more than throwing up on the bulkhead.
Tony: Gee...what would Gavin McCloud do in a spot like this?
Max: It was really lovely up until she got to the part about kids.
Angela: What did she say about me?!
Mona: You don't know what I like! Well, you know some of the things I like, but that is besides the point!