Cookie: Robert, how are the boys?
Granddad: I hate em both! Bye!
Young Mo: What nigga you know got enough heart to fly in the middle of Nazi Germany with a white woman on his plane? Huh? Who do you know could do some sh*t like that? Mo' Gunz, that's who!
Young Granddad: Mo! I'm trying to concentrate.
Young Mo: And I dare one of these crackers to say something'! Sh*t! I woke up this morning wanting to shoot me a white man!
Riley: Boo! Hey, Eyrka Bonduey! Real gay, my nigga!
Kyro: Shut up Riley!
Huey: Kyro, whats wrong with you? This nigga's corny.
Kyro: No, nigga you're corny. At least he's here. Why don't you run off with your punk ass granddad. Fake ass nigga!
(Huey punches Kyro.)
Mourner: Hey, Robert. How ya doing? I heard you was giving the eulogy. I think that's mighty nice. Knowing how you and Moe had bad blood.
Granddad: Well, what's in the past is in the past.
Mourner: Yeah. HA HA HA. I recall Moe telling me he couldn't stand your black ass. Woo. I remember it like it was last week. Matter of fact.....I think it was last week.
Granddad: Last week?
Mourner: Uh-huh. You should've heard 'im, Robert. He was on a roll, man. He was calling you all kinds of bitches and mother f**kers. Moe was like, Shabazz or something, man....
Granddad: Moe called me a mother f**ker last week? He said that last week?
Mourner: Like hell he did. I think it was Tuesday. About 1:28 PM.
Granddad: Well ain't this a bitch?
Moe: Well, I got somethin' here to give you that's very near and dear to me, playa pimp. (Granddad opens the suitcase with a jar of nuts inside) These nuts, nigga! Got you, nigga! From beyond the grave! You will never be able to get me back, nigga!
Riley: Man, you got knocked the-- nevermind.
Riley is about to say, "You got knocked the f**k out!" from the movie Friday. The movie starred John Witherspoon (Granddad Freeman) and its sequal starred Mike Epps (Moe.)
When Granddad tells Huey to say something deep, Huey quotes a portion of The Profit, one of the poems by Kahlil Gibran, a Lebanese author, philosopher, poet and artist. Huey's quote begins with “Your pain is the breaking of the shell that encloses your understanding.”