Winston: Mother just loves a good party.
Penny: Well, hey! Let's all get naked and make a pile!
Barnes: (to Donald) A fruit cup for the fruitcake?
Kelly: Well, that wasn't a very polite thing to say!
Barnes: You're right. (to Donald) A fruit cup for the fruitcake, sir?
Donald: I saw that look in his eyes. And it was a look that said, "Dear when you smiled at me, I heard a melody, it haunted me from the start. Something inside of my started a symphony. Zing! Went the strings of my heart!" Am I right?
Donald is quoting a verse from the song "Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart," a hit in 1943 for Judy Garland, from the musical revue Thumbs Up. Frank Sinatra also had a recording of the song, and the Trampps (the band who later had the hit "Disco Inferno") made the Billboard Hot 100 with a version of the song.
Cliff: Shouldn't I want to love him?
Donald: Who am I, Joyce Brothers?
Dr. Joyce Brothers is a well-known family psychologist and advice columnist.