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We learn in this episode that Summer's mother left her and her father when she was 13.
Seth: That's the Torah for you. Once you start a-scrollin' it's hard to stop.
Seth: (stalling the Bar Mitzvah) Ryan forgot his glasses so he'll be just a minute.
Sandy: Ryan doesn't wear glasses.
Seth: He does when he reads right to left.
Julie: (to Ryan) I come in peace.
Kirsten: Best. Chrismukkah. Ever.
Seth: It'd be like a Chrismukah Bar-Mitzvahkah. Spell that, dude!
Seth: Doctor Roberts! Hello, hi, how are you?
Dr. Roberts: I'm good, Seth, how are you?
Seth: Great. I'm with your daughter so how could I.. not... be great. Plus the angels won! Looking pretty good this year, hm?
Dr. Roberts: Baseball season ended months ago, Seth.
Seth: But the market is up! Yes? -- No? -- It's a good time for the market? Yes? No? It's good, it's bad. It's a bad time for the market...
Summer: Cohen! Why don't you go comb out Princess Sparkle's tail, you know that relaxes you.
Seth: What...? Summer, what are you... what are you talking about? I would never... (pause) Is the comb where I left it?
Summer: And what do you think, Cohen?
Seth: My Chrismukkah forecast calls for trouble.
Seth: Jews don't believe in saints. Just really good stand up comics.
Seth: That was remarkable timing, my mom right there.
Sandy: Oy, humbug.
Sandy: Luckily Chrismukkah has twice the resistance of an ordinary holiday.