Chutney: It's good you came to see my about your daughter. I've seen it all in my long life: Ravi Sahnkar, The Beatles...that whole crazy scene. Fact: I am Lucy from Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds. You don't know this because that damn McCartney wants credit for everything.
Larry: You're Lucy? But you're a guy.
Chutney: It was a weird time for all of us.
Kate: I'd love that program for Sierra. Those kids seemed really neat.
Larry: Uh huh. What's wrong with you?
Sierra: You guys are insane.
Larry: No! We're a new generation of parents. We had a lot of fun, so now you don't have to.
Sierra: Well congratulations! I didn't want to do drugs before, but now maybe I will.
Larry: You're grounded.
Sierra: You are the worst parents ever!
Larry: We are not. My parents were!
Kate: (to Martha) Thank you Mrs. Falvi for a delightful evening of discussion and song. My husband and I had a great time. (prompting him) Didn't we Larry?
Larry: Oh yeah. You guys sure beat the hell out of Dumb Kids Choir.
Sarmoti: Larry, I want you to know, if you were my own son... I'd be pretty disapointed. But I'd make do.
Roy: Hello!...Okay, enough with the chit-chat.
Choir: (singing) Bring out the copper kettle, bring out the copper kettle. Take my hand in the feild, my love. Bring out the copper kettle. The copper in the kettle and the kettle in the copper, copper in the kettle in the kettle in the copper...copper.
Martha: That was Copper Kettle.
Larry: (sarcastically) Really?
(Kate elbows Larry in the stomach)
Kate: That isn't funny, young lady! We were very very furried about you!...Hey, Larry, check it out. I just said "furried" instead of "worried."
Larry: "Furried," that's awesome...Who are you?
Larry: Hunter, what are you doing in Sierra's bed?
Hunter: She said if I didn't pretend to be her she'd kill Santa.
Larry: Don't worry buddy, there's no Santa.
(Kate frowns at Larry)
(Larry and Kate have just found a bag of catnip in Sierra's room)
Kate: Oh God, our daughter's a niphead.
Sarmoti: Nice. You run a tight ship, champ.
Kate: This explains the locked doors and the weird attitude.
Larry: Look, she's a teenager. She's bound to experiment.
Sarmoti: "Bound to experiment?" Way to parent with authority! Call me when she's pregnant.