Joey: Oh, you went shopping again?
Mary Teresa: Yeah, here’s your credit card. Thanks for letting me use it.
Joey: Oh, thanks for taking it out of my wallet while I was sleeping.
Alex: I just wanted to let you know that I won’t be hanging around anymore. Mary Teresa fired me as your maid.
Alex: Yeah, she found silverware in my purse and accused me of stealing it. It was mine; I was taking it back. I don’t even know how it got here.
Joey: Oh, we borrowed it for British Night. Glen dressed up as a butler, and we made him speak in an accent. (gasps, to Glen) You hate that too?!
Alex: Where’s Mary Teresa? I have her laundry.
Joey: You did her laundry?
Alex: Well, she thinks I’m the housekeeper. I don’t like conflict. Just please don’t tell her that I speak English.
Mary Teresa: You’re right. I don’t need a rich husband.
Joey: There you go!
Mary Teresa: I have a rich brother! (hugs Joey)
Gina: There you go!
Gina: Wait a second? Does that mean her diamond is fake. (looks up) Oh God, please let me have this. I never asked your or anything!
Joey: (in a deep voice, imitating God) You always ask me for stuff.
Gina: Don’t do that! You sound just like Him.
Joey: (about Michael) No, no, no, I’ve tried. Every time I get involved, I put too much pressure on him, and he blows it. I need to just leave him alone.
Alex: But he’s your nephew.
Joey: Look, Alex, the best thing I can do is just live my life in a sexual manner, and hope he learns by example.
Gina: l it serves her right. Maybe she’ll learn not to fall for guys just for their money. Her whole life she has gone from Walter to Walter.
Joey: Wasn’t there a David in there?
Gina: Ah geez, you are worse than Tina. I was speaking metamorphically.