Les: And so, in summary, this German piggy went to the common market. This Chinese piggy stayed home. This Soviet piggy had turkey. Our American piggy had none. This is Les Nessman saying wee wee wee all the way home.
Mickey: Why don't you swallow this?
Mr. Carlson: What's this, Mickey?
Mickey: It's got fruit in it.
Mr. Carlson: Am I gonna like this, Mickey?
Mickey: What's your name?
Mr. Carlson: Arthur.
Mickey: I don't know, Art, but I do know one thing: It's got fruit in it.
Mr. Carlson: Thank you, Mickey.
Nikki: Hi, Mickey.
Mickey: Hi, Nikki, how's Vicky?
Nikki: Just fine, Mickey. Poisoner still loose, Mickey?
Mickey: For the time being, Nikki.
Nikki: I know what you're thinking, Herb. You're thinking God didn't make me this way. Well, God didn't make polyesters either, you know what I'm saying, Herb?
Herb: I know what you're saying, I have no idea what it means.
Andy: I have no idea where that pornographic slide came from.
Jennifer: Is Vicky Von Vickey a client?
Andy: I don't think she's going to sue us, if that's what you mean.
"Mickey's music" is Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV565.